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  1. Jennifer Holik-Urban
    19 October 2011
    • Brian
      19 October 2011

      No, I didn’t. Still pretty new to the Czech stuff, but thanks for the link!brianjz

  2. JJT
    19 October 2011

    Great post!
    I haven’t had too much luck at that site yet, but I’m hoping it is because I haven’t put in enough time yet. I had a cousin in Prague share his tree with me and I’d like to get some sources to go with it… See ya around the Czech out!

  3. Carol Petranek
    21 October 2011

    Brian – I found your blog in your recent post on Blanka’s blog. My husband is Czech and we were so fortunate that a distant relative of his found us on the web. He has been helping us locate Czech recors in the archives, and we went to Prague 2 summers ago and came home with 3,000 digital photographs of birth, marriage and death records from the Zamrsk Archives. Now, all of those are online! We live in a great time, don’t we? The Catholic Church records are treasure troves of info. It’s been quite a challenge learning to read the old German script and Czech words, but our cousin has been a huge blessing in helping us.CarolPetranek

    • Brian
      21 October 2011

      Thanks for stopping by! Yes, the amount of readily available Czech records online has been a great surprise to me. I don’t know of another country that I actively research (besides the US) that has so many digitized records available.brianjz

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