In the discussion on the web genforum.genealogy.com you wrote four years ago, that there could be a connection to the city Rokycany. I had been looking ahead in Prague. But in applications to the police, I found nothing. It is usually in archiv at least some trace in police applications dated to 19th century. So I looked at the indexes of parish registers of Rokycany. Then it was not so difficult.
This registration of birth is for example interesting, that the grandfather was glove-maker. And Anna had in America a millinery store in Cleveland at the corner of Clark Avenue and Iona Street, as I know.
I am sending old cadastral maps from Rokycany in the Annex. It's from 1838, and there´s written her grandfather Wenceslas, as the owner of land outside the city walls, with the house number #27.
I'll try to find that Joseph, who also went to America - it was Anne's brother.
And maybe very interesting will be: http://www.woodvorwerk.com/vorwerk/p8172.htm