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Posted: 26 Feb 2000 10:34AM GMT
Edited: 6 Sep 2002 4:25PM GMT
Looking for connections to the Vlasak family of Podmokly, Czech Republic who immigrated to Chicago 1865/1866.

Vlasak family info

Posted: 18 Apr 2000 10:20AM GMT
Edited: 5 Mar 2002 2:01AM GMT
I have info on many vlasak family tree "branches", but i am having trouble putting them together even though i feel that several are linked. i would love to share info with you, contact me and let me know how much, if any, you have and we can go from there......thanks, missy


A HOWE (View posts)
Posted: 14 May 2000 6:34PM GMT


Posted: 15 May 2000 7:40AM GMT
Edited: 6 Sep 2002 4:25PM GMT
Hi, Missy--

Just found your message. I'd like to correspond with you directly. Here's my email address:
Posted: 23 Jul 2000 10:04PM GMT
Edited: 20 May 2002 12:43AM GMT
I have a copy of a letter from Great Aunt Mary Vlasik, who was born Mary Victoria (my great grandfather's sister) and lived in Los Angeles in 1904. Mary was born in Bohemia. She had one son. Not much more information. I have been trying to find out something about the Victorias (who could tell me what the name was in Bohemia as I haven't been able to do any tracing?).

Vlasak family tree reply to Steve Kamm

Posted: 30 Aug 2000 8:13PM GMT
Edited: 5 Mar 2002 2:01AM GMT
Hi Steve......i just got your reply, but your E-Mail address is not there.....mine is's exchange information!

Vlasak's from Cleveland, Ohio

Gordon Vlasak (View posts)
Posted: 9 Feb 2001 7:28AM GMT
A Thomas Vlasak b. 12/1846 - died 5/8/1924 emigrated to Cleveland Ohio. Thomas was a Mason/Plasterer/farmer. Married on 9/25/1875 to Maria Waick (Fucik). They had 5 children - Steve, Thomas Jr. Mar, Emma and Anna. This may be a start. I received this information from our family tree from Montgomery, Minnesota. There is a large number of Vlasak's whose roots are traced back to Cleveland Ohio.

Our Vlasak Family Tree

Gordon Vlasak (View posts)
Posted: 9 Feb 2001 7:43AM GMT
My great-great grandfather/grandmother John (Jan) (1841 - 1920), 1st wife Mary Mares (1856 - 1889), 2nd wife (Louisa Lichtner (1857 - 1937). They had seven children Mary, Katherine, James, Rose, John, Frank and Emma. they settled in Montgomery, Minnesota. My grandfather is James (1879 - 1953). He married Francis (1884 - 1962). They had four children James, Ludmilla, Dorothy and Alvin. My father is Alvin (1926 - present). He married Rita Moore (1925 - 1993). They had eight chidren - Gregory, JoAnn, Gordon, Mark, Richard, Kurt, Patrick and June - all living. There is quite an extensive family of Vlasak's, as well as other Czech's in the Montgomery, Minnesota. The heritage is still strong, as Montgomery has a huge festival and known as the "Kolacky" Capital of the World. Let me know about your history.

Cleveland Vlasak's

Posted: 10 May 2001 10:51AM GMT
Edited: 15 Aug 2003 11:01PM GMT
I am a relative of the Vlasak's that settled in Cleveland Ohio in 1866. The family consisted of Frank Vlasak who passed away shortly after, 1868 and Frank, Vincent and Joseph and Fanny. There may have been more. Many went out west to settle. Joseph stayed in Cleveland, married Katerina Kucera and had many children including my great grandmother Antoinette Vlasak Warak.

Vlasak Family

Posted: 10 May 2001 10:58AM GMT
Edited: 15 Aug 2003 11:01PM GMT
I mentioned that I am a direct decendent of the Cleveland Vlasak Family. But, members of the family went out west. The places included Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa and South Dakota. It is believed that Vincent Vlasak settled in South Dakota...maybe Yankton as did Frank Vlasak for a short while. They eventually left that area. Anyone know anything about that family? You can email me at
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