Sokol/Sokolice Milwaukee, Inc.
Celebrating Czech-Slovak culture through education and physical fitness since 1868
Czech-Slovak Genealogy Interest Group
 
 
Our schedule:
 
We will resume sessions in fall 2021.
          
Last session: Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 1 pm - 3 pm - online zoom session. 
 
Please contact: Ann Cramer or Susan Chapman; with any questions regarding the zoom session.
 
 
If you are interested in starting or advancing your Czech-Slovak genealogy research and would like to share resources, discuss problems and learn how to access online records from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, then maybe you would like to participate in the Czech-Slovak Genealogy Interest Group. 
 
Please let us know if there is some topic of special interest that you would like to see a presentation on.
 
Also known as Czech-Slovak Area Research Group.
The Milwaukee County Genealogical Society website also includes the calendar of our research group meetings.
 
Please contact: Susan Chapman; or Harold Kralik with any questions regarding your research and we will try to assist you with your research.
 
TRANSLATORS are always welcome and appreciated, to help translate old records/documents. Old records from the Czech Republic can be in Czech, German and Latin. Old records from Slovakia can be in Slovak, Hungarian and Latin. 
 
Please feel free to bring guests.
 
Helpful links for Czech genealogy can be found on MCGS (Milwaukee County Genealogical Society) site at: Links:  Ethnic - Czech and for Slovak genealogy at: Ethnic - Slovak.
 
More helpful links for reading those records in German script can be found on MCGS (Milwaukee County Genealogical Society) site at: Links: Ethnic - German

 
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(Previous in-person meetings since 2014 have been held at the New Berlin Public Library - in the Heritage Room (in main entry hallway) 15105 West Library Lane, New Berlin, WI; the former Norway House on Oklahoma Ave; and the Cudahy Public Library)