Re: [TexasCzechs] Hlucanek/Melcher genealogy
- Jennifer,I don't know if the spelling is the same or not, but, J.C. Melcher owned and operated a hardware store on Main Street in Port Lavaca, Tx for many years. His son, J.C. Melcher currently operates the store. My family moved to Calhoun County in the 1940s and Melchers was operating then.Calhoun County has a couple of pretty good genealogy websites and you may find Melcher obits in the Port Lavaca Wave newspaper or the Victoria Advocate. Good luck and welcome to the list.George----- Original Message -----From: Pauljen1Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2008 6:56 PMSubject: [TexasCzechs] Hlucanek/Melcher genealogy
I am new to this group. Beginning my family research on my mother's
side. My ggrandmother Hlucanek married Conrad Melcher ca. 1900. Any
leads would be great. They had an infant son who is buried in the
Thanks and glad to be here.
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- Welcome Jennifer. I don't have anything at this time to offer you but keep asking for your various lines and we will score a hit I am sure!Pat LyonResearching Urban, Orsak, Svach, Simik, Kunetka, Hubenak, Supak, Slovak, Cabron, Kazmir, Kortis, Valigura, et al
- Hi Matt-
Thanks, that little guy was my grandmother's older brother. I knew
about him, and even had a pic of his tombstone but no one alive knew
where he was buried! You helped me locate him!
--- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, Matt Cross <lennonluv@...> wrote:
> I'm not related, but on the Victoria Diocese cemetery website is a
listing for a Rudolf Melcher, born 21 May 1913; died 1 Jul 1914,
buried at Hostyn. I'm assuming this child is the infant you referred
to in your message.
> The website is http://vccms.org/index.phpMatt Cross
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