As I sometimes publish information about immigrants from various villages, I also prepared this post - it's not focused on one village, but on whole parish as there were just few notes about immigrants in the birth registries of this parish. The parish is Velký Ořechov, which is located on border of Zlín and Uherské Hradiště districts in Moravia.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Friday, April 25, 2014
As I promised before, I prepared a blog post about marriage notes in Czech language which you can find in the marriage registries. Notes mentioned in this article were taken from the marriage book in Horní Záhoří parish, one of my most favorite parishes. Believe me - there is much interesting information included in these notes, so they are worth reading.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
I run into evidence about immigration sometimes, often only one person from whole village. As I see it as nonsense to create a special post for such cases, I decided to create this post which I will update in cases I find some new record.
There is wonderful source of old maps - three military mappings which took place in 18th and 19the century. Whole Hapsburg empire was mapped and Czech maps are available online for those who are interested. And I believe many people are interested in old maps of regions where their ancestors lived. These maps have also on big advantage - the website they are placed on is available in Czech, German and English. I already mentioned them in one of the previous posts, but let's check them in detail.
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