Genealogy Projects tagged with Moravia on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Jewish Families of Gaya (Kyjov)

    This project identifies individuals connected to the town of Gaya (Kyjov) in the Hodonín district of Southern Moravia . Individuals who lived in Gaya and its surrounding villages, or who were raised in families with immediate connections to the town, will be tagged here. A list entitled Namen das Familianten appears in the Czech Jewish Registers volume on "Kyjov, #931: N [Births] 1818, 1823, ...

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  • Jewish Families from Mikulov (Nikolsburg), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Mikulov (Nikolsburg) in the Czech Republic. Genealogists working with Nikolsburg records online will find helpful the JewishGen.org list of names from the old Nikolsburg Jewish Cemetery. It's a good idea also to review the Geni project overview page "Jewish Communities in Bohemia and Moravia" ...

  • Jewish Communities in Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Republic

    This is an umbrella project, listing all of the sub-projects on Jews from towns in Bohemia and Moravia in the Czech Republic. Please do not add profiles to this project. Please add them to the appropriate town or community where they lived. Our goal is to set up a project page for each of the towns or communities, and include links to families from those communities on the particular projec...

  • Jewish Families from Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to identify and collect Jewish persons with a connection to the Town of Prossnitz=Prostéjov, Czech Republic. Prostějov (Czech pronunciation: [ˈproscɛjof]; German: Proßnitz, Yiddish: פראסטיץ‎ Prostitz) is a city in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic, in the historical region of Moravia. Today the city is known for its fashion industry and AČR special forces unit 601 ba...

  • Jews in Frýdek-Místek Region

    This project is dedicated to the Jewish families who lived in Frýdek (Friedek) in Silesia and Místek (Mistek) in Moravia, Czech Republic. These two towns were merged in 1943, however, the Jewish Religious Association (Israelitischer Kultusverein) founded in 1863 with the seat in Friedek included Jews both from Friedek and Mistek, just as Jewish Religious Community (Israelitische Kultusgemeind...

  • Czech Americans / Čechoameričané

    Czech Americans (Czech: Čechoameričané ), known in the 19th and early 20th century as Bohemian Americans, are citizens of the United States who are of Czech birth or descent. Czechs originate from the Czech lands, a term which refers to the majority of the traditional lands of the Bohemian Crown, namely Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia. These lands have been governed by a variety of states, i...

  • Recovering the Lost Jewish Cemetery of Prostějov, Czechia (formerly Prossnitz, Moravia)

    The "Old" Jewish cemetery of Prostějov was in use from 1801 until 1908. There was an even older cemetery, but it was completely demolished in the 19th century. Most of the town's Jewish population perished in the Holocaust, with most the approximately 200 survivors leaving the country after World War II. All of the 1,924 tombstones were desecrated circa 1943 and disappeared following World War ...

  • GROSS Family from Bohemia & Moravia

    WELCOME... This project is made to brings together all families who have ancestors with the GROSS surname , who lived in what is now CZECH or CZECHIA. This work will also tie in any families who are connected to the GROSSes by marriage. Do you want to get notified when there are new discussion forum postings? Then click the "+Follow" button toward the upper right of this page. If you are re...

  • Jewish Families from Želetava (Scheletau), Třebíč, Vysočina, Czechia

    Information from the official website of the city Želetava : Township Želetava lies in the Moravian part of the highlands in Trebic district. A larger city near the Moravian Budejovice e, which is located 15 km southeast of Želetava. To the east is the county town of Trebic 20 km away. To the west of Želetava is the nearest major center of Telč (20 km). The county town of Jihlava is north of ...

  • The Pedigrees and Heraldry of the Murrays

    The Pedigrees and Heraldry of the Murrays The Heraldry of the Murrays with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of the arms, plates and pedigrees by G Harvey Johnston The above ebook is available at openlibrary.org . 125 copies of the work were printed, of which 100 were offered to the public. The object of this project, which is based on the above publication, is to c...

  • Bohemians of Nebraska

    By percentage of population, Nebraska is one of the most Czech/Bohemian/Moravian States in the U.S. Several counties were founded by Czech settlers; there's even a Prague on the map. I've been working on these families and thought that it would be nice to connect with others. To this project, I'm adding 1) Bohemian immigrants to Nebraska and 2) notable Nebraskans with Bohemian ancestry. I h...

  • Passengers of the Irene (1749)

    Passengers of the Irene in 1749 Please add your Moravian Church ancestors who arrived on the ship "Irene" from Europe to New York to settle Pennsylvania to this project. From Moravian Church In 1741, David Nitschmann and Count Zinzendorf led a small community to found a mission in the colony of Pennsylvania. The mission was established on Christmas Eve, and was named Bethlehem, after the ...