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  • obit: Weldon Lynn Hendrick - 2016 - mom Sefcik

    Weldon Lynn Hendrick was born on October 7, 1944 in Houston, Texas passed away October 31, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Lynn was a wonderful husband, parent,

    rose.ermis 17 hours ago
  • obit: Robert George Urban - 2017

    Robert George Urban was born November 7, 1950, to Jerry and Marie Mach Urban. He was raised in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from North Dallas High School

    rose.ermis 17 hours ago
  • obit: Sharren Claxton Mikesh - 2017

    Sharren Mikesh went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. She was born on April 19, 1951 in San Angelo, Texas to parents John W Knox and Doris

    rose.ermis 17 hours ago
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TexasCzechs is the official e-list for The Czech Heritage Society of Texas. TexasCzechs, also known as the "Electronic Czechs," is a group of collective souls that are joined together by their heritage or love of Czech things in general. We have lively discussions regarding the food, culture, traditions and just growing up Czech. We tend to share a love of history whether it is by genealogy or stories posted by members regarding Czech immigrants. We are of varied ages but we learn from each other. Our postings can be anything that relates to Czech life, be it picking cotton or making grape wine. Many members post findings of their family while there are those who have no interest in the genealogy section but relish the stories. Please join us in our celebration of our wonderful Czech heritage!!!

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  • Apr 4, 2000
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