|Ruth George||RE: Family member?|
|angelina kretzschmar||RE: Barbora Dusek Hulchanek|
i compiled a book on the ammannsville cemetery (first 50 years) and she is in the book. her second husband was "hyl" so she is listed under both surnames in findagrave. she does not have a tombstone. she does have descendants. i did talk with betty osina a dusek descendant who put a cross on her grave. i have not been able to find someone to put a tombstone on her grave. i can email you the pages on barbora or you can buy a copy of the book with her in it. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. i am a joseph and anna dusek descendant. angelina genzer kretzschmar
|DJ Bradshaw||RE: NEUSSER FAMILY|
I did find that my Aunt Hattie Krizak's first husband was August Schlebock . Is he in your family tree?
|DJ Bradshaw||RE: Neiser ?|
Thanks for your quick response!
I located the name Franciscus "Frank" Neusser today and noticed his children had changed the name to Neiser. Neiser is the only name we had to trace the family who too in my grandfather (Josef Frank Krizak) at the age of 7 and brought him to America in 1881.
I'm pretty sure this is the family because we know they lived in Holman and the dates fit. I will be going to the Czech museum at La Grange later this month and will try and locate info on Franciscus Neusser and will let you know what I find.
It was a very generous family that took my grandfather in and we'd like to say 'thanks'.!!
D. (Krizak) Bradshaw
|DJ Bradshaw||My Grandfather Joe Frank Krizak|
Thank you for adding your great uncle to this website!
My family has been trying to locate the Neiser family records which might show that my orphaned Grandfather Josef Frank Krizak came to America with the Neiser family from Austria in 1881.
All we know is that the Neiser family settled in the Holman community and that my Grandfather lived with them until he left at the age of 14 to go to Beaumont TX in about 1900 - then he returned to Holman, married Alvina Clara Barton and co owned the cotton gin there.
He left Holman about 1919 when he bought land in Oakland TX and raised 12 children.
Do you have any information on this or can direct me to a Neiser family member who may have any information?
(I will check back here for your response.)
|Lynda Kennedy||Eugenia Skarkes|
I would be happy to go photograph the marker/monument if you can give me the Section number and Plot number. Without this info it would be impossible to find due to the cemetery being so large. If you don't know the info you can contact the cemetery at 281-332-3111 and they will look it up for you.
Would you be alright with emailing me,and it's great to discover new family.
|Chance Neisser||Looking for info|
Came across this page while looking for information on my ancestry,Eleanor had posted that she researched back to the 1700s.If you could help me out w this it would be greatly appreciated.
|Ginny Iannelli||RE: Samuel Sweigart|
|Leonard J. McCown||Gladys Koenig?|
My sister was in the class with Gladys and they were good friends. My sister, Geneva McCown Garrett has lost contact with her. My email is email@example.com please ask her to contact me if you have contact information. Thanks. Leonard
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