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Ancestors or Descendants of Josef Tintera &Josefa Westfalova, Resanice, CR
Posted by: Marie B. Meyer (ID *****4469) Date: June 14, 2003 at 20:35:05
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I am researching the family of Josef Tintera born about 1850 in Resanice, Bohemia (now Czech Republic) and his wife Josefa Westfalova of Drahenicky Malkov, Bohemia.

Josef had a daughter Anna by a previous marriage. I don't know her mother's name. Anna migrated to New York, New York and married someone whose last name was Kuklis. She died in 1953.

Josef and Josefa had the following sons who were born, married and died in Resanice:

Josef Tintera, died about 1957.

Vaclav Tintera, born 1885 and died in 1955.

Their daughters, who all migrated to the U.S., married and died there were:

Marie/Mary Tinterova Ledell, born about 1888 and died in 1938. I might be wrong about the spelling of her husband's last name. His first name was Fred.

Anezka/Agnes Tinterova was born in Resanice in 1891 and died in 1942. She was married to Joseph Novotny and later to Frank Lacina.

Josefa/Josephine Tinterova Kohout was born in Resanice about 1894 and died about 1959. Her husband was Karel/Charles Kohout of Nedrev, Bohemia.

Frantiska/Frances Tinterova Kohout was born in Resanice in 1896 and died in 1975. Her husband was Bohumil/Barney Kohout of Nedrev.

I would be happy to hear from anyone researching the ancestors or descendants of this family.

Marie B. Meyer

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