Texas Czech Genealogical Society
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These links were updated October 19th, 2017.
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Cemeteries, Obituaries, Marriage records, Census Records and more for Brazos County.
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Information on learning to speak Czech for all ages and other interesting information.
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Great genealogy websites and tips.
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Search many Historical Texas Newspapers. Researching is Free!
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A how to video on how you can make a homemade concrete headstone for about $30.
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A non-video step by step guide on how to make a concrete headstone.
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So you have a ancestor who died on February 8th, 1915 and their obit says they were buried on Wednesday. What day was Wednesday? Find it here.
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A guide to choosing and cleaning headstones.
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TexasCzechs online has almost 20,000 Texas Czech obits.
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123Genealogy is the leader in family history tutorial videos focusing on methodology, software, internet and research topics. The nation's best genealogy experts become your personal tutors as you learn step-by-step the ins and outs of family history. Beginners to advanced levels of hobbyists buy and use our tools and aids.
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The present-day Czech Republic in Central Europe borders Poland to the northeast, Germany to the west, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east, encompassing the historical territories of Bohemia and Moravia, as well as the small, south-eastern portion of historical Silesia. If you have ancestors who came from this small landlocked country, then you won't want to miss these five online databases and resources for researching your Czech roots online.
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World's largest online family history resource. You can start your family tree, trace your family history, DNA testing.
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Fold3 provides convenient access to US military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. Perfect for genealogists, researchers, historians and more.
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The meaning and origin of 182 Czech surnames.
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Located in the San Francisco Bay area. The California Czech and Slovak Club provides a platform for connecting members of the Czech and Slovak communities and everyone who is interested in the Czechoslovak cultural heritage. The connection is facilitated by organizing cultural events, festivals and gatherings for members and guests. CCSC further provides advisory services to anyone interested in issues such as genealogy, history, comparative social studies etc.
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The Mission of the Catholic Archives of Texas is to collect, preserve, and make available for research those records of individuals and organizations engaged in work reflecting the goals of the Catholic Church in Texas.
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Census Links is a growing catalog of links to transcriptions of census, tax lists, birth, death, marriage and military records, all freely available to help with your genealogy research.
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Cyndi's List provides a full list of links for birth, death, and marriage records in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
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Cyndi's List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 18 years. Cyndi's List is free for everyone to use and it is meant to be your starting point when researching online. Our link takes you directly to information on Czech research.
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Czech and Slovak heritage, folklore, genealogy, travel, and history.
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Czech Center Museum Houston is a non-profit educational, cultural arts organization located in the Museum District in Houston, Texas. The Center’s mission is to preserve, record, and celebrate the language, scholarship and arts of Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia and Slovakia.
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The Czech Center New York (CC NY) is a cultural institute of the Czech Republic dedicated to promote Czech art abroad, fostering interaction between Czech, American and the wide international community in the New York City. The CC NY established in 1995 is part of international network of Czech Centers supporting artists, professionals and cultural exchange in 23 countries on 3 continents.
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History of Czech lands, Modern Era, First Czechs in America, Recent Immigration, Settlement Patterns, Acculturation and Assimilation, Traditions-Customs-Beliefs, Proverbs, Cuisine, Traditional Costumes, Dances-Songs, Holidays, Health Issues, Language, Greetings-Popular Expressions, Family-Community Dynamics, Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals, Religion, Employment-Economic Traditions, Politics-Government, Military, Academia, Film-TV-Theater, Journalism, Literature, Music, Public Life, Science-Technology, Sports, Visual Arts
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Our purposes include promoting genealogical research and creating an interest in ancestry and heritage among descendants of ethnic groups who comprised the former nation of Czechoslovakia, including Bohemian (Czech), German-Bohemian (Bohmisch), Hungarian, Moravian, Ruthenian (Rusyn), Silesian, Slovakian, and those of Jewish ancestry.
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Society of Arts and Sciences. Since its inception in 1958 by Czech and Slovak emigre academics, the SVU has grown into a respected international member organization with chapters around the world. After the peaceful 1989 Velvet Revolution, it has expanded its activities to Czechoslovakia and its succession states, the Czech and the Slovak Republics.
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List of cemeteries within the Diocese and a link to their online database.
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email mk@czechfamily.com cell :420 603 326 285 email:mirekk@volny.cz phone: 420 585 241 234 email:familyhistory@seznam.cz Address: Přichystalova 43 77200 Olomouc Czech Republic
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Public Diplomacy, Education and Czechs Living in the USA The mission of the Embassy of the Czech Republic’s Public Diplomacy Section is to bring the vibrancy and richness of Czech culture and heritage to Washington, DC and the surrounding areas, as well as the international community.
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This site has a lot of FREE data. 1- Sign up, sign in (all free) 2- click on Search 3- click on Records 4- click on Browse all Published Records 5- Wait to load, it is a bit slow. Lots of Free Data on Texas Births, Deaths, Marriages etc. (Sorted alphabetically)
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