Re: [TexasCzechs] Is Anyone Interested In Obit Postings from the Ennis Area?
- Thanks to everyone for responding to my messages. I will start posting the obits hopefully tomorrow! (first I have to figure out how to) And, please, let me know if I post one that is not a Czech name. I'm still learning.I visited the Ennis Public Library on Tues. and was really impressed with what they are doing with the obituaries. They make copies of each one everyday and file them in binders alphabetically. The oldest one I saw was from 1984. Of course they also have microfilm of the paper.Thanks again to you all,Laurie----- Original Message -----From: msmac06@...Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 6:42 PMSubject: [TexasCzechs] Is Anyone Interested In Obit Postings from the Ennis Area?Hi Everyone!
I am just getting to know and do research on my Czech line. I have
so many questions. My mother is full blood Czech, she even used to
speak only Czech when she was little, but can't speak a word now. Her
family settled in the Ennis area.
Since I have become a member of this newsgroup, I haven't seen any
postings from the Ennis area. I just recently subscribed to the
Ennis Daily News and can somewhat spot a Czech name. Would anyone
really be interested in me posting the obits from the Ennis paper? I
would love to contribute, but it seems most everyone that posts is
from further south, so I thought I would ask first.
Thanks for your input,
Surnames: Zaidle, Zajdl, Novy, Novak, Vinkler and many more....
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