Will I find answers to my Czech question in Poland?

Danny and I will go to the Czech Republic for the first time ever in a little less than a month. I’m very excited, and of course I’m trying to plan my trip in a way that lets me also do genealogical research! Although, I’m starting to think that I might need to return to Read more about Will I find answers to my Czech question in Poland?[…]

Polish Birth Records in Czech Archives

Today I found some Polish birth records in the Ostrava Land Archives online! See? Basically, this book includes birth records for a lot of teeny tiny towns, including two that are in present day Poland. It looks like these are Silesian villages. Clearly, the borders were very different back then. Here is what I think is Read more about Polish Birth Records in Czech Archives[…]

Genealogy look-ups at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church of Fayetteville, TX

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church is one of the earliest Czech Catholic churches in Texas. It is a valuable repository of Czech genealogical records that I am excited to use. From to the Fayetteville County History site: Many Czech and German immigrants settled in this area in the mid-1800s. After many years without the services Read more about Genealogy look-ups at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church of Fayetteville, TX[…]