Re: [TexasCzechs] Re:Orphan Trains to Texas
- Jana, Her name was Helen. I have the Ancestry PDF files. If you like me to send them please email me at pfosterbmt@.... paulasmaggie----- Original Message -----From: janapivecSent: Monday, June 02, 2008 12:23 PMSubject: [TexasCzechs] Re:Orphan Trains to Texas
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> Added note to Helen Hudec. Her adopted parents were John Hudec and
> Agnes Muzny. This is part of Cousin Bernard Gaas Mareks and part of
> my Muzny Family Trees. Helen was the youngest sister to Mary Hudec
> Marek who married George Marek. This was Bernards Grandparents.
> Helen is buried at Frenstat Catholic Cemetery. Her tombstone reads
> bn May 11, 1906 d November 4, 1968 Helen Keifer Case. She died in
> Harris County. paulasmaggie
I have been puzzling over this message since you sent it, trying to
find the Mary Hudec you mention. In the 1900 Census, I only find a Jim
Hudec, in Colorado County. In the 1910 Census, I do see John and Agnes
Hudec, with sons John, William, Emil and Henry, plus adopted daughter
Helen. I thought it was nice that Agnes got a little girl in that
houseful of boys. Similarly, in the 1920 Census, I find John, Agnes,
Henry, Helen, Emil and john Jr, but no Mary.
Can you enlighten me? Many thanks, jana
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