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Joseph Janda, relative of Josef Nevihosteny

Joseph Janda, relative of Josef Nevihosteny

Posted: 6 May 2000 7:35PM GMT
Edited: 11 Mar 2002 7:41PM GMT
Joseph Janda arrived in Chicago in 1889 with my Grandfather, Josef Nevihosteny (aka Joseph Nevy Hosteny}. He live in Chicago and Berwyn until his death c1940. He might have been from Viska in the present-day Czech Republic. Have extensive genealogy information to share with his descendants.
Posted: 26 Jun 2000 12:27PM GMT
Edited: 5 Nov 2002 4:47PM GMT
My wifes ggrandfather was Joseph Janda. We think he arrived in Chicago about 1887?? We believe he came from Austria?? Would like to have your info to compare, and/or for future reference. Thanks Rick Strobel

Joseph Janda

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 5:34PM GMT
Edited: 11 Mar 2002 7:41PM GMT
The Joseph Janda I have some info on arrived in NY in September, 1889. He came from Hamburg on the Wieland. Supposedly, he came with my Grandfather, his cousin, Joseph Nevihosteny, but followed him on the next sailing of the same ship. He might have lived with a Joseph Guertler and his family when he first arrived. He did live in Berwyn, Illinois and died c1940 (I have the exact date). I do have a photo of him with my Grandfather, but that's all. I'm not certain how we're related, but do know that my GG Grandmother was Rosina Janda, who was married to Joseph Doms, my GG Grandfather. If you give me your e-mail address, I'll send you a copy of the photo.
Posted: 26 Jun 2000 5:43PM GMT
Edited: 5 Nov 2002 4:47PM GMT
Sorry, first time I have used this particular board. I thought you got my email address with the reply. It's rick12348@aol.com If you have a file on your Janda's that you can send also, maybe I can try to match them with my wife's family.
Thanks, Rick

Janda Surname

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 8:33PM GMT
Edited: 17 Jun 2002 7:09PM GMT
Can you help with information on the following family? Joseph Trsek (my gruncle) b.c.1866 Bohemia to Frantisk Trsek Marie (possibly Sima). Imm. c. 1872. Joseph m. Katherine/Catherine Janda on 2/6/1893 at St. Wenceslaus in Chicago. Joseph d. 5/11/08 and was buried from St. Precopius Church to St. Adalbert Cemetery in Chicago. Catherine re-married ? O'Hara, date unknown and was still living c. 1949. Siblings were Marie (m. John F. Tikalsky), Paul Wenzel. Joseph's occupation was printer. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find anything further about Catherine or any Trsek children nor have I been able to find a 1900 or 1910 census. Hoping you can assist and look forward to your reply. Thanking you in advance!

Joseph Janda

Posted: 26 Jun 2000 8:57PM GMT
Edited: 11 Mar 2002 7:41PM GMT
Sorry, I don't know of a connection. My Joseph Janda lived until c1940. Good Luck!

Tikalsky

Donna Clements (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jul 2000 11:08PM GMT
I saw your message about your search. My great grandfather's name was John Tikalsky and he came from the Chigago area. He moved to Verdigre, Ne. My mother's father was Benjamin Tikalsky, he married Clara Sukup and they had four children, George, Andrew, Mamie and Clara. They have all decesed except Andrew, my uncle who lives in So.Sioux City, Ne. If you have any more information let me know and I will ask my uncle if he knows anything about any of the Tikalskys you asked about. I did find out that the Tikalskys came to the states via Canada. I don't know if that is any help to you. I am looking forward to your reply.

Donna
Posted: 24 Jul 2000 3:39PM GMT
Edited: 11 Mar 2002 7:41PM GMT
Sorry, don't know how you got my address, but there's no Tikalsky in my family. Good Luck anyway!

Janda request

Robert Janda (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2001 8:19PM GMT
Paul was my grandfather and his brother was wenzel. My father talked about his aunt Mary in Chicago. I once met a Tikalsky who worked for Western Electric and raised flowers and worked with violins in his retirement. He visited my grandfathers farm.

Janda request

Robert Janda (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2001 8:23PM GMT
Paul was my grandfather and his brother was wenzel. My father talked about his aunt Mary in Chicago. I once met a Tikalsky who worked for Western Electric and raised flowers and worked with violins in his retirement. He visited my grandfathers farm.
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