Re: [TexasCzechs] Kulak surname
- I have a book the book named "The Hope has its Name - Texas" written byDr. Josef Simicek. There is one page that lists the Kulak's in Bordoviceand I have attached a scanned copy of that page for you.I hope you will be able bring up the scanned copy and are able to read the page.I'm not very good at this.When you see the reference < <> or <<<, this means they came to the US.....thanks,
Carolyn Theuber Louviere
Houston, Tx 77092
Spacek, Kubena, Kubicek, Pradeczka, Stefek, Peter,
Haluschka, Muran, Theuber, Hein, Hait, Cabron, Fraitier----- Original Message -----From: darlenbaker@...Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2001 4:54 PMSubject: [TexasCzechs] Kulak surnameAnyone have any Kulak's in there tree??? I found an Anna Rokyta married to a
Jana Kulak. Jana coming from Bordovice, Moravia living in Welcome,TX
Anna Rokyta coming from Bohuslavice, Moravia
At least maybe I have a town to go on now for my Rokytas.
Rokyta, Barton, Balusek, Melnar, Coufal, Dusek,Marek, Kotrla,Krizak, Krizek,
Pustejovsky, Michna, Valchar, Machac, Trlica, Janus or Janous, Sugarek,
Mikulencak, Michalik, and who knows how many more??
His: Baker, Dunn, Worrell, Peeples, Maynard, Tucker, Smith, Hancock,
Bundrant, Roberts, Blakey, Porch
http://www.geocities.com/texasczechs2001/familyties.html ---new family ties
http://www.angelfire.com/folk/czechfamily/index.html-- my personal site
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