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Genealogy Resources

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Czech Republic

  • Baca, Leo. Czech Immigration Passenger Lists. Halletsville, Texas: Old Homestead Publishing Co., 1983-1998.

  • Church Record Translations. An excellent resource for anyone who must translate birth, marriage, and death records from Hungarian, Latin, or Slovak languages.
  • Czech Republic, Bohemia & Moravia Genealogical Research
  • Czech Research Outline. Sections on Czech history, vocabulary and language, gazetteers, maps, records types (church, land, military, migration documents) conducting research through Czech archives, Internet research, etc.
  • The Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International (CGSI). The society promotes Czechoslovak genealogical research and interest among people with ancestry in the Czechoslovak region as it was in 1918, including families of Czech, Bohemian, Moravian, Slovak, German, Hungarian, Jewish, Rusyn, and Silesian origin.

  • Czechoslovak Surname Index. St. Paul, Minnesota: Czechoslovak Genealogical Society, 1989-
  • It's All Relative Genealogical Research Pages offers tools, resources, and information to help in the search for Czech, Bohemian, Moravian, Slovak, Lemko, or Carpatho-Rusyn family history and ancestry. There are also links to a wealth of information on the area formerly Czechoslovakia and now known as Slovakia and Czech Republic.
  • Koerner, Frank. The Missing Peace of a Heritage Puzzle: A Memoir Uniquely Set in a Vanished Sudetenland. Lincoln, Nebraska: iUniverse, 2005.