Appleton Public Library presents:
Find Your Ancestors: Introduction to the Czech Archives
by Ann Cramer, Susan Chapman and Don Skarda
presented on September 10, 2022
*****Note: since this presentation the Zamrsk Archive has been completely updated and the digital record images can be accessed directly online at https://aron.vychodoceskearchivy.cz/
- Description -
Join us via Youtube for a virtual genealogical program as part of Appleton Public Library annual Find Your Ancestors series.
Do you have ancestors that hail from what is now called the Czech Republic? In various records, your ancestor might have been listed as a citizen of Austria, Austro-Hungary, Bavaria, Czechoslovakia, or Germany or may have considered themselves Bohemian, Moravian, Silesian, Czech or German. This program will discuss locating parish vital records in Czech regional archives, how to get help with the language and what resources are available to learn more about your Czech ancestors! Please note to get the most out of this presentation, you will need to know the name of the village where your ancestors came from.
Presented by Sokol Milwaukee leaders Susan Chapman, Ann Cramer and Don Skarda.
Sokol Milwaukee hosts informal genealogy sessions via Zoom about six times a year. Susan Chapman has several years of genealogy research experience and is a member of Czechoslovak Genealogical International Society (CGSI), German-Bohemian Heritage Society (GBHS), and Milwaukee County Genealogical Society (MCGS). Ann Vojta Cramer is of 100% Czech heritage. She has worked on the Czech genealogy of her four grandparents and is familiar with the Czech Regional archives in Litomerice and Prague. She has a working knowledge of Czech culture, history and language, and has visited the Czech Republic nine times. Don Skarda, a Czech descendant, is the technical resource person for Sokol Milwaukee and other groups.