Czech and Bohemian Resource Chotek Book English Translation Section Seven Pages 96 to 108 The club organized two balls in 1891, both of which were successful. Because we lack the r[...]
Hugo Chotek Translation for Genealogy and History Section Six Pages 82 to 95 Father Malech presides over the community, brings joy to his flock and is well liked by all. So in less[...]
Hugo Chotek Genealogy and History Translation Section Five Pages 69 to 81 On that day Cleveland’s Czechs, in particular the members of Slovanská Lípa, celebrated with great f[...]
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[...]
Section Two: Bohemian/Czech Genealogy Book by Hugo Chotek Translation pages 21 to 40. The city is home to some 35,000 Czechs, probably more, of which about 13,000 reside in the 17t[...]
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[...]
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[...]
391 years ago today it was Bloody Sunday in Bohemia.   History and Genealogy Collide in Bohemia today. Bloody Sunday occurred shortly after the Battle of White Mountain.   The Batt[...]
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[...]