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Sipiorski Reese [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Sipiorski Trace b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Mitchell Steven [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Mitchell Sara [Female] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Mitchell Casey [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Thor Archie [Male] b. 30 APR 1924 - d. 1 JUL 1973

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Lemberger Lucy [Female] b. ABT. 1907 WI - d. DEC 1967

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Title: 1940 census

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Blahnik Jacqueline [Female] b. --Not Shown-- IL

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Title: 1940 census

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Blagnick Frank [Male] b. 2 JUL 1814 Habrec near Novy Jicin in Moravia - d. 10 JUL 1899 Tabot, SD

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Title: Czeching out our Ancestors

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Title: Czeching out our Ancestors

Immigration: 14 JAN 1867

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Title: German Immigrants 1860s

Residence: 15 MAY 1870

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Title: Czeching out our Ancestors

Residence

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Title: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/cedar/familygroup/koletzkyalbert.txt

ARE THESE TWO FAMILIES RELATED?
http://www.iarelative.com/czech/search09.htm#n145Researching: BLACHNIK, SUCHY
I am searching for ancestors/descendants on the Blachnik and Suchy names. Here is information about them that I found in a book: Frank Blachnik, Sr., born 02 July 1814 in Habrec near Novy Jicin in Moravia, came to America in 1867 with his wife to La Crosse, Wisconsin. She was born in July 1828 in Stepanov near Budejovice and her maiden name was Anna Suchy. He came to Dakota 15 May 1870 and took up land near Tabor. He died 10 July 1899, and she died 04 November 1910. Their son Charles F. Blachnik resides at Yankton in retirement with his wife, born Hamberger, and a son Frank farms near Bon Homme with his wife, born Petrik. A daughter, married to Frank Kralicek, resides near Utica.
email: - [email protected]@ftw.mot.com - Posted 07 August 1996
==============http://www.germanimmigrants1860s.com/index.php?f=ln&q=BlagnickName age from to ship date arrived
Anna Blagnick 5 Germany WI Gutenberg 01-14-1867
Anna 39
Antohie 09
Carl 13
Franz 07
Franz 52
Karoline 15https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MCVS-5Y2
"United States Census, 1880," Frank Blacknik, Bon Homme, Dakota Territoryname: Frank Blacknik
residence: Bon Homme, Dakota Territory
birthdate: 1814
birthplace: Czechoslovakia
relationship to head: Self
spouse's name: Anna Blacknik
spouse's birthplace: Czechoslovakia
father's name:
father's birthplace: Czechoslovakia
mother's name:
mother's birthplace: Czechoslovakia
race or color (expanded): White
ethnicity (standardized): American
gender: Male
martial status: Married
age (expanded): 66 years
occupation: Farmer
nara film number: T9-0111
page: 109
page character: A
entry number: 3495
film number: 1254111
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Frank Blacknik M 66 Czechoslovakia
wife Anna Blacknik F 63 Czechoslovakia
son Frank Blacknik M 21 Czechoslovakia
dau Mary Blacknik F 16 Czechoslovakia
dau Fannie Blacknik F 13 Czechoslovakia
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http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/cedar/familygroup/koletzkyalbert.txt
Albert and Mary Suchy Koletzky Albert Koletzky (Koleckz) and his sister Rose were smuggled to
Czechoslovakia from Poland by a Catholic Priest during a political upheaval.
They found safety at the home of a Suchy family that had two daughters, Mary
and her sister Anna. Mary Suchy married Albert Koletzky in Bohemia. Anna Suchy born July, 1828 in Stepanov near Budjovice. married a
Francis (Frank) Blacknik born July 2, 1814. She died November 4, 1910, and
Frank died July 10, 1899. They are buried near Tabor, SD. Albertís sister Rose Koletzky married a Thomas Korbel. Mistakenly it
was presumed that Thomasís family was connected with the Korbel wine family. There were so many wars, much upheaval, and so much poverty that the
Koletzkys, and Blackniks immigrated to America leaving behind Grandmother
Suchy, Rose and her youngest brother Ignac, (sometimes known as Nathan) and
the Korbels. The Koletzkyís didnít have enough money for passage to America
for the whole family and Ignac, five years old was sickly. Sailing on a Sail ship they landed in New York, they took a train to
LaCrosse, Wisconsin where Albert worked as a mason, the boys worked in a
foundry. Mother Mary worked too. After a year they had enough saved to send
for the rest of the family. Grandma Suchy, Rose, Ignac and the Korbels
started for America. During their journey a bad storm blew the ship off course
leaving them at sea for nine weeks. They werenít sure they would see their
family again. The family stayed for a while in Wisconsin and moved on to Dakota
Territory with the Blackniks. They arrived May 15, 1870. Albert lost track
of the Korbels, who migrated to California, never heard from again. Coming to Yankton, Albert filed for the Koletzky home place in Bon Home
County, and Jacob and Frank filed for places one just north, and one west of
the home place. Their house was built of prairie rock . An orchard was started,
and Grandma Suchy planted as many wild grape vines she could find in a ravine
near the house. Albert and Mary Koletzky are buried near Tabor but it is unknown when
they died. The two older boys later sold their farms for $300 each. Frank moved
to Springfield, MO. He spent some time in Little Rock Ark., later moved back
to Springfield. Jacob Koletzky married a Josephine unknown b. 1860, whom he divorced.
Later he lived and died in a civil war veterans home in Leavenworth, Kansas.
They had four children, John, born 1880 Ė died 12-24-1916, Anna M. Koletzky
Johnson, Jamestown, ND. Alda R. Koletzky Penny, Livingston, MT. and Frank M.
Koletzky who changed his last name to Wilson, Huntley, MT. Josephine remarried a Wilson and moved to Glasgow, Montana with Anna, Alda and
Frank. John remained behind living near Menominee. An eccentric, John didnít
associate with nearby neighbors. Rose Koletzky first wife of Ferdinand Tramp was born in Radostye
or Radoscye Bohemia, Febuary 17, 1845 to Albert and Mary Suchy Koletzky. Rose Koletzky met Ferdinand Tramp while working at a store in Yankton
and married him March 20, 1871 at St. Maryís Church outside of St. Helena, NE.
Their marriage license is the first license listed in the parish books. She was
the Catholic influence in the Tramp family as Ferdinandís family was Lutheran.
The young couple set up housekeeping west of Menominee in a tiny cabin before the
larger house was built. They had six living children. Mary, (Bernard Herber),
Frank, Albert, John, Fred and Rose (Ed Feldhacker) Church services were held only once a month and Rose would walk or ride
horseback to St. Maryís to attend church. This church was south and west of St.
Helena so it was a long trip for her. Rose died in childbirth on May 15, 1883
and is buried in Menominee, NE. On January 15, 1884 Ferdinand married the hired
girl Philomina Kemper. Ignac or Nathan Koletzky married Anna Trunec and lived on the home place
until retirement when they moved to Tabor and son George took over the operation.
They had seven children; Joseph, died at 11 months, Mary (Bilka), Teofiel, Eleanor
(Joseph Bouza,), George and Anna dying at 2 months, and Annie (Vodraska). As time passed the Koletzky family lost touch with the Tramp family. Some of
this information was provided by Eleanor Bouza who had kept ď the little blue
bookĒ that told of the Koletzky beginnings in Bohemia and their trip to Wisconsin
and later South Dakota. Dr. Dennis Schulte of UNL was also a contributor.
Submitted by Norman and Carol Tramp.

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Hilsaheek David [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Mattice Thomas [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Milwaukee, WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Schmelzer Dolores M. [Female] b. 18 JUL 1922 Forestville, Door Co., WI - d. 18 MAY 2005 Manitowoc, WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Jeanquart Lawrence [Male] b. 19 APR 1921 Union, Door Co., WI - d. 10 AUG 2001 Algoma, Kewaunee County, WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Jeanquart Larry [Male] b. 4 JUN 1945 Ahnapee, Kewaunee Co., WI - d. 12 JUN 2004 WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Title: obit

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Title: SSDI

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Jeanquart Michael [Male] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Jeanquart Michelle [Female] b. --Not Shown--

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Jeanquart Gail [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Ahnapee, Kewaunee Co., WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Koch Elizabeth (Betty) [Female] b. 23 APR 1921 Algoma, Kewaunee County, WI - d. 28 APR 2006

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Title: mother's obituary

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Title: mother's obituary

Algoma Record Herald per Bob Blahnik look upTue, May 2, 2006 Elizabeth LaCrosseElizabeth (Betty) LaCrosse 85, Algoma, died Friday, April 28, 2006, at the Algoma Long Term Care Unit.
She was born April 23, 1921, in Algoma, to the late Herbert and Martha (Melchior) Koch.Betty married Melvin LaCrosse on September 30, 1939, in Algoma. The couple then owned and operated the Michigan Club Tavern, Algoma, from 1967 to 1971. They moved to Pembine in 1971 and returned to Algoma in the early 1990s. Melvin preceded her in death on Oct. 7, 1995.Betty is survived by her daughters, Sandra (Marvin) Massart, Brussels; and Pat Haucke, Algoma; daughter-in-law, Joyce LaCrosse, Algoma; two sons, Michael (Linda) LaCrosse and Randy LaCrosse and special friend Elaine, Green Bay; 16 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. She was further preceded in death by her son, Dale; brother, Ken (Shirley) Koch; sister, Pat Blahnik; and her brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Walter and Edna LaCrosse.Friends called at St. Mary's Church, Algoma, from 1-3 p.m. on Monday, May 1. The Mass of Christian Burial was held at 3 p.m., Monday, with Rev. Wm. Swichtenberg officiating. Private burial will be held at a later date.
Schinderle Funeral Home, Algoma, assisted the family.

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Kottke Kayle [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Green Bay, Brown County, WI

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Title: Wenzel Blahnik

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Hernandez Ivonne Ramirez [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico

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Title: Bob Blahnik

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