- Beau, Orsak and Orsag are the same name. This Johann Orsak(g)is not mine. I was just doing Ed a favor by looking up the Orsak since he hit a brick wall. IMessage 1 of 382 , Apr 18, 2013View SourceBeau,
Orsak and Orsag are the same name. This Johann Orsak(g)is not mine. I was just doing Ed a favor by looking up the Orsak since he hit a brick wall. I imagine these Orsak's all are related somehow since coming from Novy Hrozenkov and settling in Texas
--- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "Roland Beausoleil" <rbeausoleil@...> wrote:
> Hi Carl,
> I have a Joseph Orsak (b. 05 Apr 1852 in Novy Hrozenkov #216). He married Mary Prihoda on 21 Nov 1873 in Novy Hrozenkov. Mary was born 08 Sep 1851 and her parents were Joseph Prihoda and Rosina Valligury. Leo Baca's Baltimore 1880-1899 volume shows a Josef Orsag 30, wife Maria 31, Vinzenz 11, Rosalie 3, from Austria aboard the Hermann, arriving 14 Feb 1883. I'm pretty sure this is the same Joseph and Mary Orsak with their name changed from Orsag to Orsak. Joseph and Mary Prihoda Orsak are buried in St. Ann's cemetery, Hocheim, TX. Are these Orsaks possible related to your Johann Orsag?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: carlgenlnrt
> To: TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 12:25 PM
> Subject: [TexasCzechs] Re: Roll Call
> O, I-O . 1850 - 1882 . 2452 . Vs VI 8 . Nový Hrozenkov - image 28
> marriage date: 07 Feb 1860 - Novy Hrozenkov
> House no. 191
> Groom: Johann Orsag - 24 yrs old
> House no. 156
> Bride: Apolenia Mazac - 19 yrs old
> more details on each written in record
> --- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, ed <ekocurek@> wrote:
> > Roll Call
> > Edwin A. Kocurek researching :
> > Orsak, Mazoch, Dirba, Nosek, Prihoda, Mach and Baron.
> > My brick wall :
> > John Orsak(1835-1891) married Apolena ????????(1842-1897) both buried in St. Marys in Ellinger, Texas.
> > They had 8 children.
- ... I was going through some old posts on this board and saw that you are researching the Michna family from Frenstat. My Wiesner family originates fromMessage 382 of 382 , Jul 25, 2013View Source--- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "vmichna" <vmichna@...> wrote:
>I was going through some old posts on this board and saw that you are researching the Michna family from Frenstat.
> Valorie Michna researching:
> Michna from Frenstat
> Sasin from Zabreh nad Odrou
> Holain/Holan frmn Stara Bela
> Pitlik from Stara Bela
> Sorry, I am only 1/4 Czech so my list is kinda short.
My Wiesner family originates from Frenstat. My g-g-grandfather, Wilhelm R. Wiesner, had two family members marry into the Michna family. My 4th g-g-uncle, Antonin Wiesner b. 1795 Frenstat, married Johana Michna b. 1799, daughter of Martin Michna. My g-g-grandfather's sister, Alzbeta Wiesner b. 1844 Frenstat, married Jan Michna b. 1828, son of Tomas Michna.
I wonder if either of them connect with your line.