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  • Gerri Martisek
    For those who might be interested in the above referenced books, but not sure just what they contained, here is a brief summary: They can be ordered from the
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 3, 2001
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      For those who might be interested in the above referenced books, but not
      sure just what they contained, here is a brief summary:

      They can be ordered from the Texas Czech Heritage Society home page.
      http://www.czechheritage.org/Publications/booksta.html

      Each volume has the following items:

      1. Earliest tombstone dates in cemetery
      2. Language of tombstone inscriptions in each cemetery
      3. Surnames in each cemetery
      4. Villages of birth recorded in each cemetery
      5. Map of each cemetery
      6. Names/dates of those in cemetery with any additional info


      Vol. 1
      Legacy of 1856
      Ammansville Catholic Cemetery
      Dubina Catholic Cemetery
      Holman Catholic Cemetery
      Hostyn Catholic Cemetery
      Old Plum Catholic Cemetery
      Plum Catholic Cemetery
      Weimar Catholic Cemetery

      by Robert Janak, 1983

      Vol. 2
      "Mother Praha"
      Cistern Catholic Cemetery
      Flatonia Catholic Cemetery
      High Hill Catholic Cemetery
      Moravia Catholic Cemetery
      Praha Catholic Cemetery
      Psencik Cemetery
      Schulenburg Catholic Cemetery
      St. John's Catholic Cemetery

      by Robert Janak 1985

      Vol. 3
      "Cradle of Czech Texas"
      Ellinger Catholic Cemetery
      Ellinger (Public) Cemetery
      Fayetteville Catholic Cemeteryh
      Frelsburg Catholic Cemetery
      Frnka Cemetery
      Halamicek Cemetery
      Industry Brethren Cemetery
      Industry Catholic cemetery
      Nelsonville National Cemetery
      Old Latium Catholic Cwemetery
      Ross Prairie Brethren Cemetery
      Scranton Grove Cemetery
      Susen Cemetery
      Warrenton Catholic Cemetery
      Wesley Brethren Cemetery

      by Robert Janak 1987
    • Steve Alvarez
      Good books, I have one of them myself. God Bless Steve Alvarez Alvarez@brokersys.com http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~alvarez/ Zaruba, Lastovica,
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 3, 2001
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        Good books, I have one of them myself.
         
         
        God Bless
        Steve Alvarez
         
         
         
        Subject: [TexasCzechs] Old Bohemian Tombstones - Vol 1-3 Contents

        For those who might be interested in the above referenced books, but not
        sure just what they contained, here is a brief summary:

        They can be ordered from the Texas Czech Heritage Society home page.
        http://www.czechheritage.org/Publications/booksta.html

        Each volume has the following items:

        1.  Earliest tombstone dates in cemetery
        2.  Language of tombstone inscriptions in each cemetery
        3.  Surnames in each cemetery
        4.  Villages of birth recorded in each cemetery
        5.  Map of each cemetery
        6.  Names/dates of those in cemetery with any additional info


        Vol. 1
        Legacy of 1856
        Ammansville Catholic Cemetery
        Dubina Catholic Cemetery
        Holman Catholic Cemetery
        Hostyn Catholic Cemetery
        Old Plum Catholic Cemetery
        Plum Catholic Cemetery
        Weimar Catholic Cemetery

        by Robert Janak, 1983

        Vol. 2
        "Mother Praha"
        Cistern Catholic Cemetery
        Flatonia Catholic Cemetery
        High Hill Catholic Cemetery
        Moravia Catholic Cemetery
        Praha Catholic Cemetery
        Psencik Cemetery
        Schulenburg Catholic Cemetery
        St. John's Catholic Cemetery

        by Robert Janak 1985

        Vol. 3
        "Cradle of Czech Texas"
        Ellinger Catholic Cemetery
        Ellinger (Public) Cemetery
        Fayetteville Catholic Cemeteryh
        Frelsburg Catholic Cemetery
        Frnka Cemetery
        Halamicek Cemetery
        Industry Brethren Cemetery
        Industry Catholic cemetery
        Nelsonville National Cemetery
        Old Latium Catholic Cwemetery
        Ross Prairie Brethren Cemetery
        Scranton Grove Cemetery
        Susen Cemetery
        Warrenton Catholic Cemetery
        Wesley Brethren Cemetery

        by Robert Janak 1987

      • Matt
        Which Volume do you have?? ... but not ... page.
        Message 3 of 4 , Jul 3, 2001
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          Which Volume do you have??


          --- In TexasCzechs@y..., "Steve Alvarez" <alvarez@b...> wrote:
          > Good books, I have one of them myself.
          >
          >
          > God Bless
          > Steve Alvarez
          >
          > Alvarez@b...
          > http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~alvarez/
          > Zaruba, Lastovica, Pavlicek
          >
          >
          >
          > Subject: [TexasCzechs] Old Bohemian Tombstones - Vol 1-3 Contents
          >
          >
          > For those who might be interested in the above referenced books,
          but not
          > sure just what they contained, here is a brief summary:
          >
          > They can be ordered from the Texas Czech Heritage Society home
          page.
          > http://www.czechheritage.org/Publications/booksta.html
          >
          > Each volume has the following items:
          >
          > 1. Earliest tombstone dates in cemetery
          > 2. Language of tombstone inscriptions in each cemetery
          > 3. Surnames in each cemetery
          > 4. Villages of birth recorded in each cemetery
          > 5. Map of each cemetery
          > 6. Names/dates of those in cemetery with any additional info
          >
          >
          > Vol. 1
          > Legacy of 1856
          > Ammansville Catholic Cemetery
          > Dubina Catholic Cemetery
          > Holman Catholic Cemetery
          > Hostyn Catholic Cemetery
          > Old Plum Catholic Cemetery
          > Plum Catholic Cemetery
          > Weimar Catholic Cemetery
          >
          > by Robert Janak, 1983
          >
          > Vol. 2
          > "Mother Praha"
          > Cistern Catholic Cemetery
          > Flatonia Catholic Cemetery
          > High Hill Catholic Cemetery
          > Moravia Catholic Cemetery
          > Praha Catholic Cemetery
          > Psencik Cemetery
          > Schulenburg Catholic Cemetery
          > St. John's Catholic Cemetery
          >
          > by Robert Janak 1985
          >
          > Vol. 3
          > "Cradle of Czech Texas"
          > Ellinger Catholic Cemetery
          > Ellinger (Public) Cemetery
          > Fayetteville Catholic Cemeteryh
          > Frelsburg Catholic Cemetery
          > Frnka Cemetery
          > Halamicek Cemetery
          > Industry Brethren Cemetery
          > Industry Catholic cemetery
          > Nelsonville National Cemetery
          > Old Latium Catholic Cwemetery
          > Ross Prairie Brethren Cemetery
          > Scranton Grove Cemetery
          > Susen Cemetery
          > Warrenton Catholic Cemetery
          > Wesley Brethren Cemetery
          >
          > by Robert Janak 1987
        • Gerri Martisek
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          Message 4 of 4 , Jul 3, 2001
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            All three

            Matt wrote:
            >
            > Which Volume do you have??
            >
            > --- In TexasCzechs@y..., "Steve Alvarez" <alvarez@b...> wrote:
            > > Good books, I have one of them myself.
            > >
            > >
            > > God Bless
            > > Steve Alvarez
            > >
            > > Alvarez@b...
            > > http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~alvarez/
            > > Zaruba, Lastovica, Pavlicek
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > > Subject: [TexasCzechs] Old Bohemian Tombstones - Vol 1-3 Contents
            > >
            > >
            > > For those who might be interested in the above referenced books,
            > but not
            > > sure just what they contained, here is a brief summary:
            > >
            > > They can be ordered from the Texas Czech Heritage Society home
            > page.
            > > http://www.czechheritage.org/Publications/booksta.html
            > >
            > > Each volume has the following items:
            > >
            > > 1. Earliest tombstone dates in cemetery
            > > 2. Language of tombstone inscriptions in each cemetery
            > > 3. Surnames in each cemetery
            > > 4. Villages of birth recorded in each cemetery
            > > 5. Map of each cemetery
            > > 6. Names/dates of those in cemetery with any additional info
            > >
            > >
            > > Vol. 1
            > > Legacy of 1856
            > > Ammansville Catholic Cemetery
            > > Dubina Catholic Cemetery
            > > Holman Catholic Cemetery
            > > Hostyn Catholic Cemetery
            > > Old Plum Catholic Cemetery
            > > Plum Catholic Cemetery
            > > Weimar Catholic Cemetery
            > >
            > > by Robert Janak, 1983
            > >
            > > Vol. 2
            > > "Mother Praha"
            > > Cistern Catholic Cemetery
            > > Flatonia Catholic Cemetery
            > > High Hill Catholic Cemetery
            > > Moravia Catholic Cemetery
            > > Praha Catholic Cemetery
            > > Psencik Cemetery
            > > Schulenburg Catholic Cemetery
            > > St. John's Catholic Cemetery
            > >
            > > by Robert Janak 1985
            > >
            > > Vol. 3
            > > "Cradle of Czech Texas"
            > > Ellinger Catholic Cemetery
            > > Ellinger (Public) Cemetery
            > > Fayetteville Catholic Cemeteryh
            > > Frelsburg Catholic Cemetery
            > > Frnka Cemetery
            > > Halamicek Cemetery
            > > Industry Brethren Cemetery
            > > Industry Catholic cemetery
            > > Nelsonville National Cemetery
            > > Old Latium Catholic Cwemetery
            > > Ross Prairie Brethren Cemetery
            > > Scranton Grove Cemetery
            > > Susen Cemetery
            > > Warrenton Catholic Cemetery
            > > Wesley Brethren Cemetery
            > >
            > > by Robert Janak 1987
            >
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