Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Immigrants from Velký Ořechov parish, Moravia

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. 

It covers villages Velký Ořechov, Hřivínův Újezd, Březůvky, Částkov, Dobrkovice, Doubravy, Kaňovice, Kelníky and Pašovice. Immigration notes are present in four of those villages - Pašovice, Kelníky, Částkov and Březůvky. Below you can see names of those who have such note by their name. 

Pašovice:
Josef Gregůrek (Joseph Gregurek), born 13th March 1897, son of Jan Gregůrek and Marie Čadová; he married Emilia Lehnert in Villje, Texas, U.S.A., on 5th November 1924.

Jan Gregůrek (John Gregurek), born 17th May 1892, son of Jan Gregůrek and Marie Čadová; he married Františka Špačková in Galveston, Texas, U.S.A. on 26th September 1911.

Josef Mrázek (Joseph Mrazek), born 20th February 1887, son of Jan Mrázek and Anna Hrdinová; he married Josefa Jančová (Mikulcová) on 18th August 1917 in Racine, U.S.A.

Kelníky:
Josef Duda, born 3rd April 1882, son of Jan Duda and Alžběta Žáková; he married Františka Janoštíková in Chelsea, Iowa, U.S.A., on 17th July 1912.

Částkov:
Amálie Vašinová (Amalia Vashina), born 11th April 1882, daughter of Jan Vašina and Františka Vašků; she married Josef Joura in Chicago, U.S.A., on 14th May 1917.

Březůvky: 
František Varaďa (Frank Varada), born 8th June 1891, son of Josef Varaďa and Anna Pastyříková; he married Kristýna Jašková in Chicago, U.S.A., on 26th January 1913.

Antonína Zháňalová (Antonia Zhanal), born 28th July 1882, daughter of František Zháňal and Anna Gavendová; she married Josef Vláčilík from Kudlov in Ennis, Dallas, Texas, U.S., on 4th September 1911

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