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Posted: 10 Jul 2000 7:02PM GMT
Edited: 1 Jul 2001 9:10PM GMT
I'm looking for info on the Hladky family. I'm not sure on the spelling, as I have heard different things. My G. Grandmother was Rozalia Hladky born in Radimov, Czechoslovakia-1885.
Posted: 11 Jul 2000 10:30AM GMT
Edited: 4 Jul 2001 6:47PM GMT
there was a hladky, vaclav who had property in south dakota. Federal land records. in 6/20/1884. also, i requested the book history of the czechs in nebraska. mentions hladky will keep in touch.

i want to know history

angela hladki (View posts)
Posted: 14 Sep 2000 3:17PM GMT
my grandfather is walter hladki and my father's name is roger hladki i'm told we are polish if any body knows our history e-mail me i'm courious about my roots.
we live in michigan but i think walter came from new york

Hladky, My Father's Family

Posted: 24 Sep 2000 5:39PM GMT
Edited: 26 Feb 2002 11:35PM GMT
My paternal Grandfather was Karl/Charles Hladky. He was born in Nesovitz, (?sp) Austria. His parents were Charles Josepha Hladky. He came to America CA 1911 (I do have exact dates but not handy at this time) and from New York went to Chicago where he met up with his brother, Frank Hlakdy (wife Rose). He married in Chicago to Mary Wienkelmeier who was also a passenger on the ship. They came to Juneau Co., WI where Mary died of TB. He then married my grandmother Victorga/Victoria Gawel Mielneczek who was also a widow. They had children Mary, Sophia, Nellie, and Charles. Charles was my father. I find it very interesting that there are other family trees with Charles Hladky name but no other info. I know that my Grandpa Charles had other brothers but have not been successful at finding anymore info. I do have pictures and pictures of Frank and Rose as well. They ended up living in Michigan from what I have been told. I also have traveled to Poland and as most of you know, the boundaries of Austria, Chez and Poland moved around many times so even though my Grandfather gave up his allegiance to Austria, he may actually have been born in Bohemia because my Grandmother use to say "The children are what their father is." She would say he was Bohemian. Apparently his father was Bohemian.

My Grandfather

Joe Schatz (View posts)
Posted: 11 Oct 2000 7:56AM GMT
My Grandfather, Joseph Hlatki, was born in Czechoslovakia in 1910/12 (I am not sure which one). He came to the US when he was less than 13, if it sounds as if we are related please respond back. I have old photos with aunts of his in them, but we don't know who they are.


Posted: 11 Oct 2000 8:27AM GMT
Edited: 1 Jul 2001 9:10PM GMT
I don't know if there is a connection or not. My G.Grandmother Rozalia Hlatki's fathers name was John. I know of one brother he had named Stefan. One of Rozalia's brother was Andrew b.1889. She also had step siblings: Jacob,John,Mary and Charlie. Her fathers second wife was Helen. I'm not sure who her mother was. My Hlatky's migrated to Smithfield, Pennsylvania.


JoAnn (View posts)
Posted: 18 Nov 2000 7:22PM GMT
My great-grandfather, Joseph Hladky, had a brother named Vaclav. They lived in South Dakota during 1884..he may be the same Vaclav that you mentioned with the land records. I am interested in where I could find these records.
Posted: 21 Dec 2000 4:22PM GMT
Edited: 4 Jul 2001 6:47PM GMT
you can find the information at usgen web project. it lists all the states. put in hladky as a last name. state south dakota.

Rose Hladky

Posted: 3 Mar 2001 10:49PM GMT
Edited: 26 Feb 2002 11:35PM GMT
My Grandfather's mother was called Rose Hladky and she married Frank Hladky. I have picture of her. Frank was born in Austria and Rose was czech so could be one in the same. Frank lived in Chicago and then they lived in Michigan. Look in SS Death Index.

Hladky's in Nebraska

Annie Schneider (View posts)
Posted: 23 Apr 2001 5:24PM GMT
My mother's maiden name was Hladky. Her parents were Frank and Josephine. I would need to contact her for more information if you are interested.
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