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Re: [TexasCzechs] Looking for living Kabella family members; McLennan County, TX

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  • Robert J Bacak
    Richard, Johanna Bacak (Kabella) Frank W. Kabella dob: May 19, 1874 dob: Nov. 6, 1868 dod: June 16, 1969
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 6, 2005
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      Richard,
       
      Johanna Bacak (Kabella)                  Frank W. Kabella
      dob: May 19, 1874                           dob: Nov. 6, 1868
      dod: June 16, 1969                            dod: Sept. 22, 1945
       
      Valentin Bacak was living with Father-in law Frank W Kabella in 1920.
       
      Robert
       
       
      On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 19:42:20 EST harmony3663@... writes:
      After immigration from Trojanovice, Moravia, to Texas in 1871, my Great Great Grandfather Valentin Bacak (dob:5 nov 1844) lived for a time with F.W. (Franz) Kabella in West, Texas (McLennan County) in 1920--when he was 75 years old.  He (Valentin Bacak) died one year later in 1921.

      In the 1920 census for McLennan County, TX, "F.W. Kabella's" wife's name was listed as "Jane", 45 years old.  Also listed in the 1920 census for Mr. Kabella (also 45 years old) were: son Frank, 28; Joe, 24; Henry, 20; daughter Mary, 15; daughter Albina, 12.  There were perhaps a few other children in residence at the Kabella home but it is unclear what there relation was.  One might speculate that Valentin and Kabella might have been "in-laws" in one form or another.  I don't currently have information tying "Jane Kabella" to Valentin, so I am unsure at this point.

      Any assistance some might be would be most appreciated.  I am hoping to contact related (living) Kabella's or find data to help clarify and verify the Bacak/Kabella connection.

      Thank you.


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    • Robert J Bacak
      Richard, correct this. Valentin was father-in-law to Frank Kabella when he was living there in 1920. Johnna Bacak was Valentin s daughter. Robert On Sun, 6 Feb
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 7, 2005
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        Richard, correct this. Valentin was father-in-law to Frank Kabella
        when he was living there in 1920. Johnna Bacak was Valentin's daughter.
        Robert
         
         
        On Sun, 6 Feb 2005 12:13:29 -0600 Robert J Bacak <rjbacak@...> writes:
        Richard,
         
        Johanna Bacak (Kabella)                  Frank W. Kabella
        dob: May 19, 1874                           dob: Nov. 6, 1868
        dod: June 16, 1969                            dod: Sept. 22, 1945
         
        Valentin Bacak was living with Father-in law Frank W Kabella in 1920.
         
        Robert
         
         
        On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 19:42:20 EST harmony3663@... writes:
        After immigration from Trojanovice, Moravia, to Texas in 1871, my Great Great Grandfather Valentin Bacak (dob:5 nov 1844) lived for a time with F.W. (Franz) Kabella in West, Texas (McLennan County) in 1920--when he was 75 years old.  He (Valentin Bacak) died one year later in 1921.

        In the 1920 census for McLennan County, TX, "F.W. Kabella's" wife's name was listed as "Jane", 45 years old.  Also listed in the 1920 census for Mr. Kabella (also 45 years old) were: son Frank, 28; Joe, 24; Henry, 20; daughter Mary, 15; daughter Albina, 12.  There were perhaps a few other children in residence at the Kabella home but it is unclear what there relation was.  One might speculate that Valentin and Kabella might have been "in-laws" in one form or another.  I don't currently have information tying "Jane Kabella" to Valentin, so I am unsure at this point.

        Any assistance some might be would be most appreciated.  I am hoping to contact related (living) Kabella's or find data to help clarify and verify the Bacak/Kabella connection.

        Thank you.


        Remember: You can alway set your account to Digest Mode for less mail.



         


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