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Vlasak family in Polipsy

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Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 8 Aug 2012 10:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Aug 2012 11:12AM GMT
Ok, readers. Check out this link.

Signatura Kacov 24, Snimek 101 from the Prague archives.

I think there is a Josef Vlasak (Wlashak) at lower left. But I don't see an Ignatz in the next column, but then again, I am overwhelmed by the hand. This is not a style I have seen yet. Do I even have the correct Polipsy?

If so, unfortunately the two books where this record might be are not yet online. Kacov 09 and Kacov 11. But Kacov 13 has marriages for the time, and I am going through it to find the Polipsy pages. There are 16 villages in this book.

I think I found Polipsy on Snimek 85, starting in the middle of the page. I didn't find a house 17, but it starts at 1823 at this point. It looks like the records were continued after a fill-in of another village.

And here is the true 1785 beginning of Polipsy, image 75, page 39 in the book:

Of course, if the bride were from a different village, the record would be there, not in Polipsy.

There are only about 12-14 images for Polipsy.

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ampy01 13 Apr 2012 4:39PM GMT 
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