Another village on Czech-Slovak borders, area, which was often left by young people looking for better future. There are just few notes in the registries between 1880 and 1900, but these notes will one day probably help someone in his search for ancestors...
Marie Bartošková (Mary Bartosek), born 15th April 1894, parents Jan Bartošek and Antonia Lukeš, she married Tomáš Talach in Chicago in 1916.
Alžběta Fialová (Elisabeth Fiala), born 15th October 1895, parents František Fiala and Alžběta Malář, she married Martin Minařík in New York in 1915.
Rosalie Jochová (Rose Joch), born 18th September 1894, parents František Joch and Apolena Staša, she married Josef Petrucha in Chicago in 1924.
Martin Kraus, born 3rd November 1883, parents František Kraus and Barbora Máchal, he married in Neo Eboraci "America) in 1911.
František Laga (Frank Laga), born 4th December 1889, parenst Martin Laga and Alžběta Úprka, he married in 1915 in New York.
Mariana Lagová (Mary Ann Laga), born 16th March 1892, parents Martin Laga and Alžběta Úprka, she married in 1915 in New York.
Mariana Michálková (Mary Ann Michalek), born 3rd November 1886, parents František Michálek and Kateřina Koryčanský, she married František Dula in 1910 in Allegheny.
Josef Petrucha (Joseph Petrucha), born 22nd February 1891, parents František Petrucha and Alžběta Šrámek, he married Rosalie Jochová in Chicago in 1924.
Tomáš Talach (Thomas Talach), born 27th February 1886, parents Pavel Talach and Kateřina Burešová, he married Marie Krbcová in Chicago in 1909 and Marie Bartošková in Chicago in 1916.