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Seeking 18th century town of Grudlitz, Bohmen

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Re: Seeking 18th century town of Grudlitz, Bohmen

Posted: 6 Aug 2009 6:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for the info. I've already looked up a little on the history of Choustnikovo Hradiste and think there is a pretty good chance this is where the "Grudliz" (which was probably a misread of Gradlitz) that Chyruska family came from. Undobutedly there was some Czech blod somewhere in there to have such a name, but also probably mixed with a lot of German. This is interesting because even though it's from centuries ago, this is the first time I've encountered any possible non-German ancestry from my mother's side. I remember how when I was a child my mother always told me her family was "100% of German origin". That is indeed interesting how your maiden name was of Spanish origin, yet you are English.

Thanks for the lead on dastelefonbuch.de. I will certainly check it out. Thankfully they do have an English page since my German is about as fluent as my Czech!

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
ChrisH06 31 Jul 2009 11:50PM GMT 
Blanka_Lednic... 3 Aug 2009 2:38PM GMT 
ChrisH06 4 Aug 2009 12:56AM GMT 
halpark 5 Aug 2009 6:45PM GMT 
ChrisH06 6 Aug 2009 1:55AM GMT 
halpark 6 Aug 2009 11:06AM GMT 
ChrisH06 7 Aug 2009 12:27AM GMT 
halpark 7 Aug 2009 10:58AM GMT 
rud_olf 10 Feb 2013 6:34PM GMT 
ChrisH06 10 Feb 2013 8:21PM GMT 
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