Up until this weekend I had never done any Czech research. I knew my wife’s great-grandmother was born somewhere in Bohemia, which is in the Czech Republic, but we didn’t dig much deeper. As you may, or may not have, read in my last post, I sort of fell into researching my wife’s Czech line last weekend. While I don’t consider myself an expert by any means, I do feel I know a lot more about Czech research than I did a week ago. I stumbled upon a little site that filled my brain with helpful information (Thanks, Jennifer.)
The site was created by Blanka Lednicka over at Czech Genealogy for Beginners, a site I didn’t know about until the other day. While the site is pretty new and doesn’t have a ton of content, yet, everything that’s posted so far is extremely helpful to anyone doing Czech research. I’m personally used it to find some really helpful translations and writing comparisons. Google Translate can only take me so far.
The blog is also currently being updated and Blanka even personally responded to some of my comments, which is very nice and has also been very helpful.
If you’re doing any Czech research, definitely bookmark Czech Genealogy for Beginners. I know I did.
One comment on “Speaking of Czech Research”
Hi Brian, thanks a lot for mentioning my website. I hope it will help not only you but also other people researching Czech roots!
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