I have questions about two brides' surnames, and also about the history of boundaries between Bohemia and Moravia in 1715-1719.
1719 Marriage of my direct ancestor, 2nd entry on left of page 332:http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/4753/?strana=33...
1715 Marriage of his brother, last entry, left side:http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/4753/?strana=31...
Location in the "Super Index", right side:http://actapublica.eu/matriky/brno/prohlizec/5352/?strana=82
I have found 9 different spellings of the last name in the super index, in addition to the way we now spell it as Faimon: Fajmon, Fajneman, Fajnemon, Fajnemn, Feihemon, Feinemon, Feydeman, Frejmon, and Friman. I am pretty sure these are all the same people, as several of the birth records have parents Matej and Regina, which is an unusual enough combination that I figure they are the same, especially when the children's births are 2 1/2 years apart in the same village.
Here's what I can read of the two entries, and, as usual, would like the correct spellings of the brides' surnames:
Jan, son of Vaclav Friman from Sádek u Poličky, and Rozina (????) of Martin Suchyk?? from (????). 19 Feb 1715.
Matej, son of Vaclav Friman from Sádek u Poličky (abbreviated), and Regina (????) of Martin Pazderka??? (????) of Bohunov 8 Nov 1719.
But I thought Poličky was in Bohemia. so my real question: Is Sádek also in Bohemia in 1715? If so, how did these folks end up in Moravia? I thought it was unusual for someone to cross the boundaries of their own lord's lands, let alone into a different kingdom or margrave. Under what circumstances was this possible? Or am I wrong, and Sádek and Poličky were in Moravia?