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"Ruppan" in Bohemia or Germany?

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Re: "Ruppan" in Bohemia or Germany? Neaclass Nikolas Nikles

Posted: 12 Sep 2013 4:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Sep 2013 4:29PM GMT
Hi Tony, I'm looking for records of a Peter Morstain who was married to an Anna Neaclass both of Bohemia they, came to America by the 1850's, and one of their children,one of my Great Grandfathers Charles W Morstain was born here in the U.S. (1854 Centreville, Illinois which is across the river from St. Louis). Both the Morstain and Neaclass names have been spelled various ways on Census records.
Morstain(Morstin/Morstein) & Neaclass(Niclas/Nikolas Nikles)
The following link is from Charles W Morstain's death certificate showing his parents names (Peter and Anna)

It seems Peter died in 1858 and Anna re-married to Thomas Kraupa "Krupa". You can see that info reflected here I'm trying to go back further on Peter and Anna's history in Bohemia. Maybe the Morstain name can be found in the area of Roupov. Any tips are appreciated

Thank you!

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