I spent quite a bit of time searching for Josefa Hawlik. The one I found didn't quite match up. For example, she married a Faimon in 1820 or so, but the one who would be my ggg grandmother Faimon gave birth to children in 1810 and 1813.
So I started looking in other villages. The indices for Rozsochy did not have her, or their marriage. Then I remembered that Aunt Mary said she heard a story that the ancestors went on pilgrimage to Jimramov. I checked that index, and found a probable birth. Then the marriage index, and there they were! In Roženecké Paseky. The proof is that the Faimon groom is from house 9 in Kundratice.
18 Feb 1789http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/5783/?strana=53...
16 Jan 1808http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/5784/?strana=32...
Please check if I interpreted the dates correctly. Thanks.
This is a great example about remembering other towns in the family lore.