Active Genealogy: Will You Answer the Call?   If you are a Genealogy Geek like me then you garner a great deal of satisfaction and enjoyment from your work on your family hist[...]
Final Section Eleven of Genealogy and History Resource Translation Pages 151 to end Prokopa, Martina, Petra No. 2., Bratrstva [Brotherhood]: Štěpána Krále [King], St. Augustina, La[...]
Section Ten of the Genealogy and History Translation for Czech and Bohemia Pages 136 to 150) At this meeting it was ruled to publish a contact name for the convenience of Czech vis[...]
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[...]
A bit belated, but Happy New Year from Onward To Our Past! This is the season for New Year’s Resolutions and I am all for them!  That is, I am all for them for me as a person[...]
I love, truly love, genealogy and family history!  I am a true-life example of my favorite genealogy quote “I used to have a life and then I started doing genealogy.”  This is espe[...]
Coaxing Memories For Your Family History   If you are at all like me, you love to hear other folks’ memories and stories about family!  It is what makes our family trees[...]
Toad-in-the-Hole: A Phillipps Family Favorite   I know it has been awhile since I have posted a family recipe here, so here we go! This one takes me back to my childhood in Ohio an[...]
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[...]
MyHeritage Announces Record Match Offering for Genealogy
Discoveries made easy: Millions of MyHeritage users to automatically receive relevant newspaper clippings and historical records, adding color to their family history. PROVO, Utah [...]