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Re: Jablonski, Preucil, Smrz
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: January 31, 2009 at 18:41:12
In Reply to: Re: Emily Jablonski by Shirley Catterson of 186

Shirley

Up to 1918 http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/austhung.htm
Hungary ruled present Slovak Republic.
The village Podvilk was in Czechoslovakia for a short while and after WWll went to Poland and now is as Podwilk.

A map of Czechoslovakia: www.cgsi.org Ruthenia went to Soviet Union after WWll and now is Ukraine.

The reason I asked about SMRZ being that most if not all that came thru Ellis Island seems to be from present Czech Republic.
Map of Bohemia: http://feefhs.org/maps/AH/ah-bohem.html
OVA is a female ending.
Charles was Karel
Few sites for research in CZ:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~elainetmaddox/index.htm
www.iarelative.com
www.csagsi.org
www.genea.cz
CZ's phone book : http://phone.quick.cz
dictionary: www.slovnik.cz
Remember that family went to family to a place where they knew someone went before them so possible the EI SMRZs could be going to the address of your ancestors.
Marie SMRZOVA in EI was from Naceradec, Czecho-S.
Naceradec is South of Vlasim; North-East of Tabor.
http://mapy.atlas.cz
You need PREUCILs place of birth to proceed, which you know. Check into Leo BACA's 9 volumes Bohemians to America. Maybe they show up there.


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