Re: [TexasCzechs] Frank Novaks
- Yep, The Frank Novak that lives in El Campo has Novak's Meat Market and he makes the best Czech sausage! Buy it all of the time.Elaine Naiser Hicks----- Original Message -----From: Julie MatusSent: Monday, February 05, 2007 10:25 AMSubject: Re: [TexasCzechs] Frank NovaksMatt, that is interesting - we have Frank Novak in our tree also.This one was born May 28, 1899, died March 22, 1971, married to Angelina Korenek in 1920 in St. John, TX.Their son, Frankie Novak, born in 1941, married Jeanette Pustejovsky in 1961 - they live in El Campo, TX.Julie
Julie & Wes MatusResearching:
Herzik, Korenek, Toman, Dybala
Matus, Kubala, Grossman, Krenek----- Original Message -----From: Matt CrossSent: Monday, February 05, 2007 10:18 AMSubject: [TexasCzechs] Frank Novaks
I have three Frank Novaks in my tree, all married to distant cousins. I am
trying to see if any of them are connected to one another, but I have little
information on them:
Frank John Novak, son of Bernard Novak and Frances Novak, was born 26 Nov
1890 and died 6 Aug 1969. He married Annie Hajek at Praha.
Frank M. Novak, born about 1875, died 25 Jun 1924, at age 48 years, 9
months, and 13 days. He married Bertha Wotipka 18 Nov 1901 at Moulton.
Frank A. Novak, born 1888 and died 12 Feb 1958, married Mary Magdealena
Greive 4 Oct 1910 at Praha.
Does anyone have any info on these Frank Novaks?
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