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Genealogy and History Translation Section Four Pages 56 to 68   A total of 89 members have been accepted into the order since its founding until July 27 of 1894, a period of n[...]
Section Three of Genealogy and History Book Translation Pages 41 to 55   Brother Vác. Šafář donated a voting box to the order, while brother F. P. Pešek donated a stand for th[...]
Early Czech gathering in Cleveland, Ohio
Bohemian Settlers and Their Social Life in Cleveland, Ohio, North America. Published in 1895 by Cleveland Bohemians for the Prague Ethnographic Institute.  Liberty (1895) BEGINNING[...]
One of the 1800s photographs from Hugo Chotek's book
As seen in Huffington Post United Kingodom For the first time ever in English, a rare look at an early immigrant community as well as more than one thousand immigrant family names [...]
Albert Sluka, Cleveland City Policeman killed in the line of duty, found through genealogy.
It’s that time of week.  Time to check out the genealogy blog over at http://blog.genealogybank.com for the newest genealogy/family history article for your reading pleasure.[...]
Our Genealogy Translation Partner: KENAX Translations! As I posted the other day, we are getting ready to launch the first of the original translation sections on the Hugo Chotek a[...]
Here it comes!  The unique Cleveland Czech Project is almost done!  It’s on the way! As you may recall, Onward To Our Past® Genealogy and Family History Services has been har[...]
Today’s Tip:  ObitMessenger can be a nice help. Once again, I found a nice little piece of technology that helps me out and may help you too. If you are like me, you hav[...]
Today’s Tip is for those of you with ancestors in the Cleveland, Ohio area and who need help with a marriage issue. There are two sites that when you work them in combination[...]
Today’s Tip:  Remeber that not every immigrant to the United States came via Ellis Island! Following up on yesterday’s tip about Castle Garden being the main New Y[...]