Kopet
or copet surname

from the Protivin area of southern Bohemia in 1853,
to pioneer farms in 1854-55, near Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA,
and in the early 1870's to a farm near Montgomery, LeSeuer Co, MN,
with second generation American offspring primarily in IA, MN, WI.


Protivin Bohemia area landscape

Overview

Overview:
---Brothers Frantisek 1779-1841 and Joseph 1783-????, (sons of Matej Kopet 1730-1820) had children that emigrated from the Protivin area of South Bohemia to America, in the mid 1850's to the early 1870's.
---Three children of Frantisek Kopet 1779-1841, Wenzel Varclav1811-1904, Rosalie Kopet Zbronik 1816-1875, and Frantisek Frank 1826-1893, removed in 1853, from the Protivin area of South Bohemia to NE Iowa, settling on farms near Spillville (Spielville), Winneshiek Co, Iowa, by 1854.
---One child of Joseph Kopet 1730-1820, Mathias Mike 1836-1912, immigrated aft 1870, to the Montgomery area of LeSeuer Co, Minnesota.
---Anna 1803-????, sister of Frantisek and Joseph, died in Minnesota, apparently the only member of that generation to come to Americal??

Four Generation Kopet/Copet Descendent Tree

Kopet Descendant Treefour generations, birth/death data, the same tree with notes follows.
1 KOPET, Ondrij Copet b: Abt. 1700 in South Bohemia d: in South Bohemia
. 2 KOPET, Matej b: 1730 in Milonovice, 10m W of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 08 Apr 1820 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... +TUREK, Rosina b: 1741 d: 24 Apr 1785 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Vaclav b: 1760 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 1822 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Josef b: Bef. 1777 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1779 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Veronika b: Bef. 1778 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Frantisek b: 09 Oct 1779 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 16 Jun 1841 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... +BALIK, Marie b: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav b: 09 Sep 1811 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1904 in Spillville area, Calmar Winneshiek Co, Iowa
............. +SOBOLICK, Eleanora b: 1823 in Bohemia d: 21 May 1876 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav:
............. +STRNAD, Roselia Maria b: Nov 1843 in Bohemia d: 09 Dec 1920 in Spillville area, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
......... 4 KOPET, Mariana b: 09 Dec 1812 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Rosalie b: 08 Apr 1816 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 14 May 1900 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
............. +ZBORNIK, Mathias b: 23 Feb 1816 in Chulupy, House #24, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 11 Feb 1875 in Sec 9 farm, 1+mi SE of St. Lucas, Auburn.Twp, Fay.Co.IA
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 22 Sep 1818 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: Bef. 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Matej b: Abt. 1823 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 31 May 1893 in Jackson Junction or Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA
............. +POLANSKY, Katerina b: Abt. 1828 in Bohemia d: 06 Sep 1919 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI
..... 3 KOPET, Elizabeth b: 08 Oct 1781 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 13 Jan 1783 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
. *2nd Wife of KOPET, Matej:
..... +JENDRA, Maria Anna b: Abt. 1755 d: 20 May 1845 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 04 Sep 1788 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Thomas b: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Joseph b: 07 Feb 1793 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... +HRUBECKY, Maria b: 14 Jan 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 29 Dec 1853 in Budicovice, Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Anna b: in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
............. +PASLICEK, Unknown b: in Krc, 2mi SE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Vojtech b: 07 Jul 1818 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Katerina b: 20 Nov 1821 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Marie b: 11 Jan 1824 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wencel b: 27 Jan 1826 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Tomas b: 18 Dec 1828 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Jan b: 19 Jul 1831 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South BohemiaBudicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wojtech b: 12 Sep 1834 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Mar 1835 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Mathias Mike b: 07 Feb 1836 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 12 Oct 1912 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
............. +UNKNOWN, Catherine Rozena b: 30 Nov 1830 in Horni, Bukovska Region, Bohemia d: 17 Jan 1898 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +STANEK, Theresa b: 20 Aug 1833 in South Bohemia d: 21 Dec 1886 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
......... *3rd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +PECHOTOVA, Josephine b: Mar 1854 in Bohemia d: 22 Nov 1919 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 11 Aug 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 15 Feb 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Antonin b: 16 Nov 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Feb 1862 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
......... +VORISEK, Anna b: 1803 d: 23 Jan 1878 in Budicovice area, Bohemia.
......... 4 KOPET, Vaclav b: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia d: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Josef b: 16 Jul 1838 in Budicovice, Bohemia
............. +FOUSEK, Katerina b: 1841 d: 1899
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 10 Feb 1800 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 08 Feb 1804 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 13 Jun 1803 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia d: in Fairbault, Rice Co, MN

 

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Protivin Bohemia area landscape

Four Generation Kopet/Copet Descendent Tree

Kopet Descendent Treefour generations with notes, a seven generation tree is near the bottom of the page.
1 KOPET, Ondrij Copet b: Abt. 1700 in South Bohemia d: in South Bohemia Number of children: 1 Note 1: 08 Jun 2008 Kopet last reviewed: Barry Zborniik, Hannibal, MO iowaz@hotmail.com Note 4: Surname analogs; Kopet, Copet. Note 6: Surname origin? Copet/Kopet from word 'capulet,' a warmer or shoulder throw. Note 7: Surname Capulet/Capulett large/old central Europe family/clan. Note 8: Capulet, Copet, Kopet, weavers/makers of warmers/throws/garments.
. 2 KOPET, Matej b: 1730 in Milonovice, 10m W of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 08 Apr 1820 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Number of children: 12 Note 2: May 2008 Kopet tree supplied by Jack Kopet, Larry Kopet. Note 5: Birth between Protivin & Vodnany, SW Bohemia. Note 6: Death, west of Protivin, Bohemia.
..... +TUREK, Rosina b: 1741 d: 24 Apr 1785 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia m: in St. Gallus Ch, Mysenec (2m N Protivine), South Bohemia. Number of children: 5
..... 3 KOPET, Vaclav b: 1760 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 1822 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Josef b: Bef. 1777 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1779 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Veronika b: Bef. 1778 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Frantisek Frank b: 09 Oct 1779 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 16 Jun 1841 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Number of children: 6 Note 3: Surname analogs; Kopet, Copet, Koput, Kopyt, Karpet, Kopit, Karpet. Note 4: Given analogs; Frank, Francis, Frantisek. Note 5: House #27, Zdar, Bohemia Note 12: Cuase of death; decrepitude (old age).
......... +BALIK, Marie b: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Father: BALIK, Josef Mother: VOYIKOVY, Maria Number of children: 6 Note 3: From Zdar, Bohemia Note 5: Surname? Bilhove
......... 4 KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav b: 09 Sep 1811 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1904 in Spillville area, Calmar Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, sec 2, row 9, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. Number of children: 1 Note 3: Given analogs; Wenzel, Vaclav, Vinne. Note 4: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated: age 42, Bohemia, from port Bremen, Germany on SS Patriot, to port NY. Note 5: 1853 Immigrated with Mathias & Rosalia Kopet (sister) Zbornik. Note 7: 29 Apr 1854 Entry; E1/2 of SW1/4, sec 10, T96N, R9W.Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 8: 1856 Census; farming, Washington Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 9: 1856 Census; given Vinnie 45y, wife Elenora 34y, no children. Note 10: 30 May 1859 Declaration of intent for citizenship, Decorah, Winn.Co.Ia. Note 11: 1860 Census; farming Washington Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; with wife Eleanora. Note 14: 1870 Farming, $1800/500, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; with wife Eleanora. Note 16: 1880 Census; farming, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 17: 1880 With ; wife Maria Rosa Strnad Kalec 37, step children Frank13, Anna10 Kalec, natural dau Mary2. Note 19: 1895 Census; Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; wife Maria 51y & dau Maria (Mary) 16. Note 21: 1900 Census; farming Calmar Twp, Winn.Co.IA, wife Rosy 56, dau Mary 22. Note 23: 1910 Census; dau Mary 34, running Wenzel's dairy farm on Conover Rd, Winn.Co.IA, with mother Rosa. Note 30: Death? Oct 14, 1903, Calmar Twp, Winn. Co, IA
............. +SOBOLICK, Eleanora b: 1823 in Bohemia d: 21 May 1876 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, sec 1, row 3, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: Bef. 1856 in Bohemia or Winn.Co.IA Father: SOBOLICK, Unknown Note 4: Surname analogs; Sobolick, Bolic. Note 5: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated on SS Patriot from port Bremen, Germany to Penn.
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav:
............. +STRNAD, Roselia Maria b: Nov 1843 in Bohemia d: 09 Dec 1920 in Spillville area, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: 24 Jul 1876 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Father: STRNAD, Unknown Number of children: 3 Note 3: Given analogs; Roselia, Rosa, Maria, Mary. Note 7: 1876 1900 Census; Bohemia to Winneshiek Co. IA.
......... 4 KOPET, Mariana b: 09 Dec 1812 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Rosalie b: 08 Apr 1816 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 14 May 1900 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. John's Cemetery, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Number of children: 6 Note 3: Given analogs; Rosalie (marker), Rosa, Rose, Rosalina. Rosalia. Note 4: Caste: House #27. Note 12: Died of heart failure. Note 14: Burial marker; death 1816, new Rozena V. Cechach.
............. +ZBORNIK, Mathias b: 23 Feb 1816 in Chulupy, House #24, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 11 Feb 1875 in Sec 9 farm, 1+mi SE of St. Lucas, Auburn.Twp, Fay.Co.IA Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem (on high point just to N. of Crucifix), St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. m: 24 Feb 1840 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Father: ZBORNIK, Josef Mother: VOYIKOVY, Marie Number of children: 6 Note 1: May 2008 Zbornik surname last reviewed; Barry Zbornik, Hannibal, MO, iowaz@hotmail.com Note 3: 24 Feb 1816 Baptism, catholic. Caste; House #24. Note 4: Reported Zbornik clan origin, Talin, 3mi N of Protovin, South Bohemia. Note 6: Given Analogs; Matej, Mike. Note 8: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated:age 37 from Bohemia, left port Bremen, Germany on SS Patriot, to port NY. Note 9: 1853 Wenzel Kopet, wife's brother immgrated with Mathias Zbornik. Note 10: Bet. 1853 - 1855 Bohemia > Germany > NY > PA > Cleveland, OH >Iowa Note 11: Bet. 1853 - 1854 Original Zbornik immigrant, Cleveland, OH to Dubuque Co, IA. Note 13: Abt. 1855 Farming Farmersburg area, Wagner Twp, Clayton Co, IA. Note 17: Bet. 1855 - 1865 Farmed 40a abt 3mi N. of Spillivlle, Winn. Co, IA. Note 18: Farmer & mason, worked on building of St. Wenceslaus Ch, Spillville, IA. Note 19: Bet. 1865 - 1875 Farmed 140a, sec 9, 1+mi ExSE of St. Lucas (Old Mission), Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA.
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 22 Sep 1818 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: Bef. 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Matej b: Abt. 1823 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 31 May 1893 in Jackson Junction or Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: Unmarked grave, Jackson Junction, Winneshiek Co, IA. Number of children: 2 Note 2: Given analog; Frank, Frantisek. Note 6: Abt. 1856 Marriage? Winneshiek Co, IA? Note 8: 1880 Census; farming, Jackson Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 9: 1880 Census; son Frank (b.1856), farming next dwelling, Winn.Co.IA. Note 11: 1885 Census; farming, Jackson Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 12: 1885 Anna Polansky, 18y/b.1867, in household.
............. +POLANSKY, Katerina b: Abt. 1828 in Bohemia d: 06 Sep 1919 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI m: 1856 in Protivn, Bohemia Father: POLANSKY, George Number of children: 2 Note 3: Given analogs; Katerina, Catherine. Note 4: Surname anlaogs; Polansky, Polanski.
..... 3 KOPET, Elizabeth b: 08 Oct 1781 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 13 Jan 1783 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
. *2nd Wife of KOPET, Matej:
..... +JENDRA, Maria Anna b: Abt. 1755 d: 20 May 1845 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Father: JENDRA, Jakub Mother: SUCHY, Rozina Number of children: 7
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 04 Sep 1788 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Thomas b: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Joseph b: 07 Feb 1793 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Number of children: 9
......... +HRUBECKY, Maria b: 14 Jan 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 29 Dec 1853 in Budicovice, Bohemia m: 17 Feb 1822 in Budicovice, Bohemia Father: HRUBECKY, Anton Mother: REZABEK, Marie Number of children: 9 Note 4: Surname analogs; Hrubecka, Hrubecky.
......... 4 KOPET, Anna b: in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Number of children: 1
............. +PASLICEK, Unknown b: in Krc, 2mi SE of Protivin, South Bohemia Number of children: 1
......... 4 KOPET, Vojtech b: 07 Jul 1818 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Katerina b: 20 Nov 1821 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Marie b: 11 Jan 1824 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wencel b: 27 Jan 1826 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Tomas b: 18 Dec 1828 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Jan b: 19 Jul 1831 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South BohemiaBudicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wojtech b: 12 Sep 1834 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Mar 1835 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Mathias Mike b: 07 Feb 1836 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 12 Oct 1912 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Sec 7, unmarked grave, Montgomery, SeSueur Co, MN. Number of children: 5 Note 5: 23 Dec 1870 Immigration, on SS Rhine to NY City. Note 6: 1880 Census; farming, Montgomery Twp, LeSueur Co, MN. Note 17: Cause of death; nephritis (renal infection), senility.
............. +UNKNOWN, Catherine Rozena b: 30 Nov 1830 in Horni, Bukovska Region, Bohemia d: 17 Jan 1898 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, sec WSW, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN.
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +STANEK, Theresa b: 20 Aug 1833 in South Bohemia d: 21 Dec 1886 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN m: 19 Jan 1864 in Zabori, South Bohemia Father: STANEK, Jan Mother: KOPET, Marie Number of children: 5 Note 4: 23 Dec 1870 Immigration, on SS Rhine to NY City, with husb Mathias Kopet. Note 6: Cause of death; apoplexy (stroke).
......... *3rd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +PECHOTOVA, Josephine b: Mar 1854 in Bohemia d: 22 Nov 1919 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, sec 7, unmarked grave, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN. m: 13 Nov 1898 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Father: PECHOTOVA, Joseph Mother: ANDELOVE, Josephine
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 11 Aug 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 15 Feb 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Antonin b: 16 Nov 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Feb 1862 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia Burial: St. Giles Ch. Cem, Herman village, N. of Budicovice, Bohemia. Number of children: 2
......... +VORISEK, Anna b: 1803 d: 23 Jan 1878 in Budicovice area, Bohemia. Burial: St. Giles Ch. Cem, Herman village, N. of Budicovice, Bohemia. m: 30 Oct 1827 in Budicovice, Bohemia Father: VORISEK, Frantisek Mother: POLANSKY, Katherine Number of children: 2
......... 4 KOPET, Vaclav b: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia d: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Josef b: 16 Jul 1838 in Budicovice, Bohemia Number of children: 2
............. +FOUSEK, Katerina b: 1841 d: 1899 Number of children: 2
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 10 Feb 1800 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 08 Feb 1804 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 13 Jun 1803 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia d: in Fairbault, Rice Co, MN

 


Origin of the Kopet/Copet Families
 in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin

Where did the Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin Kopet/Copets and collateral surname come from?? 
Answer:     The Protivin area of South Bohemia.
Protivin
began developing about 1260 as a fortified settlement near a ford of the Blanice River.  Protivin was first mentioned in a 1282 document.  The name of the village area was derived from the original owner, Protiva.  During the 1500's a series of ponds was created to the NE of Protivin.   During the 1800's, Protivin slowly developed into a town, but the closure of a sugar factory in the mid 1800's caused a massive emigration to America and especially to the area around Spillville, Winneshiek Co, in NE Iowa, plus MN, WI and OH.  Protivin received official status as a Bohemian town in 1899.

Matij Kopet 1730-1820,  lived 3mi W of Protovin in Budicovice, South Bohemia.  Later members of the family would live in the small home clusters/villages around Protivin to include:  Budicovice (3mi W), Herman (3+mi NW), Vodnany (4miSW, Krc (1mi ExSE), Tesino (3m ExSE), Chaulpy (2mi NE), Zdar (2mi NxNE), Talin (3mi NxNE), Pisk (7mi N). 

 


Budicovice area landscape with the village beyond the field.
A portion of the Budicovice village square.

 


Matej Kopet 1730-1820 family cottage (abt 2000), Budieovice (3m W of Protivin), South Bohemia.
Front entry above, courtyard below.

 


Historical overview of the land mass of Bohemia



 

Czech Republic History/Background
---Some of the oldest inhabitants of the Czech Republic region were the Boii, a Celtic tribe, which gave Bohemia its name.  Germanic tribes replaced the Celtic tribes starting in the 400's AD.
---Around 500AD the Slavic tribes from eastern Europe reached the territory. 
---Within a short period of time the Avars out of Mongolia conquered the Slavic tribes.
--- About 623, Samo, a Frankish merchant organized the Slavic tribes and defeated the Avars. Samo ruled the Slavic kingdom, centered in Bohemia, until his death in 658.
---In
Moravia, Slavic tribes helped the Frankish king, Charlemagne, destroy the Avar empire in the late 700's.  Their leaders were rewarded by receiving fiefdoms (smaller land properties than kingdoms) in Moravia.
---Around 830AD, Mojmir, a Moravian Slavic 'chief' and his successors expanded to include Bohemia, Slovakia, southern Poland, and parts of western Hungary, becoming known as the  "Empire of Great Moravia."
---In 907 Magyar tribes from Hungary conquered the region, the empire disintegrated, and Slovakia came under Hungarian rule. 

The Rise of Bohemia
---In the late 800's, the Premyslids, a 'family dynasty' of the Cechove or Ceši  tribe (from which Czechs derived their name), unified neighboring Czech tribes and established a form of centralized rule in Bohemia, and would dominate the Czech lands until 1306.
---Under the Premyslids, Bohemia expanded its territory and came under the protection of the German-based Holy Roman Empire.
---In 1212 Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II made Bohemia a largely independent kingdom within the empire.
---During the 1200s, many German craftsmen and merchants settled in Bohemia, contributing to the growing prosperity of the region.
---In 1335 Bohemia was expanded to include a large part of Silesia.
---Bohemia achieved great political and cultural prominence under King Charles IV of Luxemburg,  who reigned from 1347 to 1378. Charles was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1355. 
---Under Charles, the city of Prague grew into a major European center of learning and culture. Extensive building projects were undertaken, to include Charles University in 1348, the first university in central Europe.
---Late in the 1300's/early 1400's, an important church-reform movement took place in the Czech lands, based on the teachings of the Bohemian religious reformer John Huss.  
---The Hussite movement attacked the authority and corruption of the Roman Catholic church.  Hus was tried for heresy, and burned at the stake in 1415. His death triggered a series of religious wars in Bohemia, which ended in 1446 with a compromise. In 1458 Jirí of Podebrady, a Protestant, was elected king of Bohemia by supporters of Jan Hus. Jirí was the first Protestant to be elected king in all of Europe. In the late 1400s, most of the Czech nobility converted to Protestantism.
---In the 1400's, Bohemia was ruled by Vladislav II, a Polish prince and also the king of Hungary.
---In 1526 the death of Vladislav II's heir left the crowns of both Hungary and Bohemia vacant, and Ferdinand I, a member of the Austrian Habsburg dynasty, became king of Hungary and Bohemia.
---Much of the 1500's was conflict between the Czech nobility and the Habsburg monarchy. z
---In 1618 a revolt by the Czech Protestant nobility began the Thirty Years' War. In 1620 the Bohemian army was defeated at the Battle of the White Mountain and many Czech nobles and cultural leaders were killed or forced into exile. Those who remained in the Czech lands were forced to convert to Catholicism and to give up their own language and culture in favor of German.
---German culture was dominant in the Czech lands from about 1620 to 1770.
---In the late 1700's industries began to develop in Bohemia and Moravia.  Many Czech peasants began moving to urban areas, which at that time were populated almost entirely by Germans. At the same time, Czech writers, journalists, and intellectuals were creating greater national consciousness among the Czechs.
---By the second the mid 1800's, a mass movement calling for Czech self-government had developed in the Czech lands, but Habsburg rule continued.  In 1867 the Habsburg domains in central Europe were reconstituted as the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.


Historical overview of the Czech Republic

Czech History copied/pasted
http://www.myczechrepublic.com/czech-history/great-moravian-empire.html


The Great Moravian Empire and the Přemyslid Dynasty
    Some of the oldest settlers of the Czech lands were the Boii, a Celtic tribe that inhabited the region from around the 4th century BC and gave Bohemia its name. The Celts were later replaced by Germanic tribes, and around the 6th century AD, the Slavs finally reached the territory from the east. In the 7th century, a Frankish merchant Sámo succeeded in uniting the Slavic tribes under his empire and defeating the tribe of the Avars that occupied today's Hungary.
    Around 830, the Great Moravian Empire (Velkomoravská říše) was established along the Morava River by the Slavic leader Mojmír. Mojmír's successors expanded the empire to include today's Bohemia, Slovakia, southern Poland and western Hungary. The empire found itself at the crossroads between the Germanic people in the west and the Byzantium in the east. Mojmír's successor Rostislav feared the German influence and asked the Byzantine emperor to send two missionaries, Cyril and Methodius of Constantinople, to come and spread Eastern Christianity in the Great Moravian Empire. Cyril and Methodius created the Slavonic script (Cyrillic alphabet that is still in use in Russia and Bulgaria) and translated religious texts from Greek and Latin into the Old Slavonic language. After Methodius' death in 885, the Roman Catholic religion was adopted and the Cyrillic script was replaced by the Latin alphabet. The Great Moravian Empire collapsed with the Hungarian invasion in 907.
    The rule over the region was now in the hands of the Přemyslid dynasty that dominated the Czech lands from the 9th century until 1306. Around 880, the Prague Castle was founded by prince Bořivoj, the first of the Přemyslid princes, and the seat of power was moved there. Several churches, such as the St. Vitus rotunda, were built and foundations were laid to the Vyšehrad Castle in the 10th century. The Prague bishopric was founded in 973. The Czech lands had a high economic, cultural, and political status during the Přemyslid rule, which was further strengthened by Vratislav II being granted the royal crown and becoming the first Czech king in 1085 - so far remaining subordinate to the Holy Roman Empire and the German king, with the royal title being made hereditary in 1212 by the Golden Sicilian Bull.
    In the meantime, Prague was growing rapidly thanks to its position at the crossroads of several trade routes. The first stone bridge over the Vltava, Judith Bridge, was built in 1172. The Old Town (Staré město) was founded in 1234 and the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) was founded in 1257. During the reign of Přemysl Otakar II in mid-13th century, the Czech kingdom briefly expanded all the way to the Mediterranean Sea. The Přemyslid dynasty ended with the death of its last member, Wenceslas III, in 1306.

John of Luxembourg and Charles IV
    The Czech throne was taken by John of Luxembourg who ruled the country from 1310 to 1346. During his reign, the territory of the Czech lands expanded and Prague continued to grow. The Prague Castle Area (Hradčany) was founded around 1320, followed by the Old Town Hall in 1338.
    During the reign of John of Luxembourg's son Charles IV, the Czech lands experienced the Golden Age of their history. Charles IV was a highly educated man (he spoke five languages), an excellent diplomat and a very good king. He established Prague as the cultural capital of central Europe and made it one of the most prosperous European cities at the time. The Czech language was promoted to the official language in the country along with Latin and German, and the position of Bohemia became very strong.
    Charles IV loved Prague and the city flourished during his rule. The Prague bishopric was upgraded to an archbishopric and when the king was crowned the Holy Roman Emperor in 1355, Prague's status increased to the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Many building projects were started during Charles' reign, including the St. Vitus Cathedral. In 1348, Prague's New Town (Nové město) was founded, the Charles University was established to become the first university in Central Europe, and the Karlštejn castle was founded to protect the imperial jewels and other treasures. The construction of Charles Bridge began in 1357 at the place where Judith Bridge once stood (it collapsed in a flood in 1342).
    Charles IV is remembered as the most beloved Czech king and the "father of the Czech nation". Charles IV's son and successor Wenceslas IV took the throne after his father and his reign extended into the time of the Hussite wars of the 15th century.

The Hussite Era and George of Poděbrady
    The 15th century is marked by conflicts between the Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church. At the beginning of the century, a reform movement (reformace) was started and lead by priest John Huss (Jan Hus). Influenced by the writings of John Wycliffe, Huss spoke against the corruption of the Catholic Church. His sermons in Prague's Bethlehem Chapel were conducted in Czech to be understood by ordinary people. Hus' ideology was not liked by the Church and Hus was burned at the stake in 1415
    The killing of Hus started a massive protest movement by his followers, the Hussites. In 1419, the First Defenestration of Prague took place when the Hussites threw seven counselors out of the windows of Prague's New Town Hall. The religious Hussite wars were then sweeping the country from 1420 to 1434 when the last battle, the Battle of Lipany, took place.  Many historical artifacts and literature were destroyed during the wars and the Prague Castle deteriorated. The conflicts ended by an agreement between the Hussites and the Catholic Church.
    After some 20 years without a ruler, the Hussites elected a Czech Protestant, George of Poděbrady (Jiří z Poděbrad), as the country's new king in 1458. The "Hussite king" Jiří became another beloved king in Czech history. He lead a policy of peace and wished to unite the whole Europe in one peaceful nation. Even after his death, during the reign of the Polish Wladislaw and Ludwig Jagellons, Protestants and Catholics lived peacefully side by side

The Habsburg Dynasty to Joseph II
    Ludwig Jagellon died in battle in 1526 and Ferdinand I of Habsburg took up the Czech throne, thus initiating the Habsburg rule over the country that lasted until 1918. Ferdinand strengthened the position of the king and firmly reinstated the Catholic religion in the country, which included the arrival of the Jesuits in Prague based upon his invitation. The seat of power moved to Vienna and the Prague Castle became more of a recreational site for the Habsburgs. It was reconstructed in the Renaissance style and the Royal Garden, the Belvedere, and the Ballgame Hall were added.
    Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor, was crowned the Czech king in 1576 and moved his court back to Prague in 1583, thus promoting Prague to the imperial seat of power again. This era is sometimes referred to as Prague's Second Golden Age. Rudolf was obsessed with art and science, not spending much time on his royal duties, and made Prague the center of science and alchemy. It was during his reign that Prague earned its nickname "Magic Prague". Rudolf's court attracted scientists and artists from all over Europe, including astronomers Tycho de Brahe and Johannes Kepler. The legend of the Golem comes from that time, too.
    Rudolf's successor Matthias attempted to deprive the Protestants of the few freedoms they were left with since the Habsburgs took the throne, and this oppression resulted in another Protestant uprising. The rebellion started with the Second Defenestration of Prague in 1618 when several Matthias' governors were thrown out of a window of the Prague Castle (they landed on a pile of garbage and survived). The protests culminated in the Battle of the White Mountain (bitva na Bílé hoře) in 1620 in which the Protestants were severely defeated by the Habsburgs. The Battle of the White Mountain resulted in the Thirty Years' War that spread across Europe. 27 Protestant leaders were executed on the Old Town Square in May 1621 and all religions except Catholic were banned. The Czech language and national consciousness were suppressed for the next 150 years. Prague lost its importance and the Prague Castle deteriorated. This period in Czech history is referred to as the Dark Age (doba temna).
    The situation started improving with Marie Therese who ruled the Austrian Empire from 1740 to 1780. She and her son and successor Joseph II (1780-1790) brought some needed reforms that included reducing the power of the Catholic Church, expelling the Jesuits from the country in 1773, and issuing the Edict of Tolerance in 1781, which granted political and religious rights to religious minorities. The four independent urban areas of Prague (Old Town, Malá Strana, Hradčany, and New Town) were united by Joseph II in 1784. Josefov (named after the emperor) was added to the Prague's historical center in 1850.
    In 1787, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart visited Prague and was the guest of the Dušeks, leading Czech musicians, at their villa Bertramka. His opera Don Giovanni had its premiere at the Estates Theatre

National Revival to World War I
    A nationalist movement called the National Revival (národní obrození) started at the end of the 18th century, attempting to bring the Czech language, culture and national identity back to life. Some of the most prominent figures of the revival movement were Josef Dobrovský and Josef Jungmann who succeeded in introducing the study of the Czech language in schools, and historian František Palacký, author of the History of the Czech People. Czech literature was reborn with novelist Božena Němcová, Romantic poet Karel Hynek Macha, political columnist Karel Havlíček Borovský, and others. The first dictionary of the Czech language (the Czech-German Dictionary) was written by Josef Jungmann and published in five volumes in 1834-1839. Czech institutions were established to celebrate the Czech history and culture. The National Theater opened in 1883 and the National Museum in 1890.
    The 19th century is also characterized by the Industrial Revolution and the building of factories. A railway between Vienna and Prague was opened in 1845. The growing industry resulted in an increase of Prague's Czech population as people moved to the city from the countryside.
    The beginning of the end of the Habsburg dynasty came with the assassination of Francis Ferdinand in 1914, an event that preceded World War I

The First Republic and World War II
    With the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire after World War I, the Czech lands and Slovakia jointly proclaimed the establishment of independent Czechoslovakia on October 28, 1918. Prague became the capital of the country and the Prague Castle became the seat of the first president of Czechoslovakia, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk. The time between WWI and WWII is now called "the First Republic". Czechoslovakia had a parliamentary democracy, concentrated 70% of the industry of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, and had an economy that was among the strongest in the world. Prague became close to Paris then, as is exemplified by the great Czech-French art-nouveau painter Alponse Mucha.
    In the mid-1930s, the German inhabitants of the Czech border areas called the Sudetenland began calling for autonomy. Masaryk resigned from his post of president in 1935 due to illness and was replaced by Edvard Beneš. In September 1938, Germany, Britain, France and Italy signed the Munich Pact, giving Hitler the right to invade and claim Czechoslovakia's border areas, despite the fact that France had a treaty with Czechoslovakia promising help in the event of military aggression. O nás bez nás (about us, without us) has become a phrase bitterly remembered by all Czechs. On March 15, 1939, Czechoslovakia was invaded by Hitler's army. The border territories were seized by Germany and the rest of the country was occupied by Nazi Germany until the end of World War II in 1945. The end of the war came with the Prague Uprising on May 5, 1945 and the subsequent liberation of Prague by the Soviet Red Army on May 9. The western territories of the Czech Republic, including Plzeň, were liberated by the American army lead by General Patton

The Communist Era
    Soon after WWII, the power in the country went largely to the hands of the Communist Party and the first wave of nationwide nationalization of the industry and other areas of the economy took place. At the same time, some two million Germans were expelled from the country and their property was confiscated.
    The Communist Party seized complete power after the coup d'etat on February 25, 1948. This event marked the start of the Communist totalitarian regime that lasted until the Velvet Revolution of 1989. A second wave of nationalization took place and 95% of all privately owned companies became the property of the state. There were a number of political trials and executions in the following several years. The economy went steadily down under the socialist regime. Basic human rights were suppressed.
    The 1960s were a time of greater political and cultural freedom and changes were made in the Communist Party itself. Alexander Dubček, secretary of the Communist Party, attempted to create a more humane version of socialism, "socialism with a human face", that would guarantee people's basic rights and reduce the amount of political persecution in the country. The changes culminated in the spring of 1968 (known as "Prague Spring") when changes reached the government. The growing political freedoms in Czechoslovakia were seen as a threat by the Soviet Union. On August 21, 1968, five Warsaw Pact member countries invaded Czechoslovakia and Soviet troops continued to occupy the country until 1989.
    The period from 1968 to mid-1980s was the period of "normalization", the purpose of which was to put things back to the way they were before the attempted Prague Spring reform. Any sign of disapproval of the regime was persecuted and opposition moved underground or became limited to isolate acts of protest, such as the suicide of Jan Palach, student of Charles University, who lit himself on fire on Prague's Wenceslas Square in January 1969.

The Velvet Revolution and Beyond
    The Russian perestroika that was introduced by Mikhail Gorbachev in the mid-1980s marked the last years of communism in Czechoslovakia. The late 1980s are characterized by public demonstrations. A week after the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989, the Velvet Revolution brought an end to communism. Václav Havel, former dissident, was elected president during the country's first democratic elections in January 1990.
    On January 1, 1993, Czechoslovakia peacefully split into two independent countries, Czech Republic and Slovakia, and Havel was elected the first president of the Czech Republic.
    The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and was approved to become a member of the European Union in 2002. On May 1, 2004 the Czech Republic joined the EU along with 10 other nations.

Europe 2006


Europe 2006

Europe 1850
as it looked at the time of the Bohemian immigration to IA, MN, WI, OH.
Bohemia was a part of the Austrian Empire thus census data often lists as born in Austria.

 


Seven Generation Kopet/Copet Descendent Tree

Seven Generation Kopet descendent tree with notes last posted June 20, 2008/BZ.
Nearly all of the Kopet tree info has been supplied by Jack, Larry, Ann, with Zbornik info donated by Stephan (Hoss), and blended into some of my own material or speculations.  Information beyond the seventh generation tree may be available. 

Kopet Descendent Tree:  Seven generations with notes.
1 KOPET, Ondrij Copet b: Abt. 1700 in South Bohemia d: in South Bohemia Note 1: 08 Jun 2008 Kopet last reviewed: Barry Zborniik, Hannibal, MO iowaz@hotmail.com Note 4: Surname analogs; Kopet, Copet. Note 6: Surname origin? Copet/Kopet from word 'capulet,' a warmer or shoulder throw. Note 7: Surname Capulet/Capulett large/old central Europe family/clan. Note 8: Capulet, Copet, Kopet, weavers/makers of warmers/throws/garments. Number of children: 1
. 2 KOPET, Matej b: 1730 in Milonovice, 10m W of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 08 Apr 1820 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Note 2: May 2008 Kopet tree supplied by Jack Kopet, Larry Kopet. Note 5: Birth between Protivin & Vodnany, SW Bohemia. Note 6: Death, west of Protivin, Bohemia. Number of children: 12
..... +TUREK, Rosina b: 1741 d: 24 Apr 1785 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia m: in St. Gallus Ch, Mysenec (2m N Protivine), South Bohemia. Number of children: 5
..... 3 KOPET, Vaclav b: 1760 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 1822 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Josef b: Bef. 1777 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1779 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Veronika b: Bef. 1778 in Protivin area, South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Frantisek b: 09 Oct 1779 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 16 Jun 1841 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Note 3: Surname analogs; Kopet, Copet, Koput, Kopyt, Karpet, Kopit, Karpet. Note 4: Given analogs; Frank, Francis, Frantisek. Note 5: House #27, Zdar, Bohemia Note 12: Cuase of death; decrepitude (old age). Number of children: 6
......... +BALIK, Marie b: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Father: Josef BALIK Mother: Maria VOYIKOVY Note 3: From Zdar, Bohemia Note 5: Surname? Bilhove Number of children: 6
......... 4 KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav b: 09 Sep 1811 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 30 Jun 1904 in Spillville area, Calmar Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, sec 2, row 9, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 3: Given analogs; Wenzel, Vaclav, Vinne. Note 4: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated: age 42, Bohemia, from port Bremen, Germany on SS Patriot, to port NY. Note 5: 1853 Immigrated with Mathias & Rosalia Kopet (sister) Zbornik. Note 7: 29 Apr 1854 Entry; E1/2 of SW1/4, sec 10, T96N, R9W.Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 8: 1856 Census; farming, Washington Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 9: 1856 Census; given Vinnie 45y, wife Elenora 34y, no children. Note 10: 30 May 1859 Declaration of intent for citizenship, Decorah, Winn.Co.Ia. Note 11: 1860 Census; farming Washington Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; with wife Eleanora. Note 14: 1870 Farming, $1800/500, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; with wife Eleanora. Note 16: 1880 Census; farming, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 17: 1880 With ; wife Maria Rosa Strnad Kalec 37, step children Frank13, Anna10 Kalec, natural dau Mary2. Note 19: 1895 Census; Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA; wife Maria 51y & dau Maria (Mary) 16. Note 21: 1900 Census; farming Calmar Twp, Winn.Co.IA, wife Rosy 56, dau Mary 22. Note 23: 1910 Census; dau Mary 34, running Wenzel's dairy farm on Conover Rd, Winn.Co.IA, with mother Rosa. Note 30: Death? Oct 14, 1903, Calmar Twp, Winn. Co, IA Number of children: 1
............. +SOBOLICK, Eleanora b: 1823 in Bohemia d: 21 May 1876 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, sec 1, row 3, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: Bef. 1856 in Bohemia or Winn.Co.IA Father: Unknown SOBOLICK Note 4: Surname analogs; Sobolick, Bolic. Note 5: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated on SS Patriot from port Bremen, Germany to Penn.
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Wenzel Vaclav:
............. +STRNAD, Roselia Maria b: Nov 1843 in Bohemia d: 09 Dec 1920 in Spillville area, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: 24 Jul 1876 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Father: Unknown STRNAD Note 3: Given analogs; Roselia, Rosa, Maria, Mary. Note 7: 1876 1900 Census; Bohemia to Winneshiek Co. IA. Number of children: 3
............. 5 KOPET, Maria Mary b: 18 Aug 1877 in Spillville area, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 24 Sep 1954 in Spillville area, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: St. Wencelaus Cath. Cem, sec 2, row 9, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 5: Ran Wenzel's dairy farm after his death in 1903. Note 7: Apparently never married and lived Spillville area all of life.
......... 4 KOPET, Mariana b: 09 Dec 1812 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Rosalie b: 08 Apr 1816 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 14 May 1900 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. John's Cemetery, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 3: Given analogs; Rosalie (marker), Rosa, Rose, Rosalina. Rosalia. Note 4: Caste: House #27. Note 12: Died of heart failure. Note 14: Burial marker; death 1816, new Rozena V. Cechach. Number of children: 6
............. +ZBORNIK, Mathias b: 23 Feb 1816 in Chulupy, House #24, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 11 Feb 1875 in Sec 9 farm, 1+mi SE of St. Lucas, Auburn.Twp, Fay.Co.IA Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem (on high point just to N. of Crucifix), St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. m: 24 Feb 1840 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia Father: Josef ZBORNIK Mother: Marie VOYIKOVY Note 1: May 2008 Zbornik surname last reviewed; Barry Zbornik, Hannibal, MO, iowaz@hotmail.com Note 3: 24 Feb 1816 Baptism, catholic. Caste; House #24. Note 4: Reported Zbornik clan origin, Talin, 3mi N of Protovin, South Bohemia. Note 6: Given Analogs; Matej, Mike. Note 8: 26 Nov 1853 Immigrated:age 37 from Bohemia, left port Bremen, Germany on SS Patriot, to port NY. Note 9: 1853 Wenzel Kopet, wife's brother immgrated with Mathias Zbornik. Note 10: Bet. 1853 - 1855 Bohemia > Germany > NY > PA > Cleveland, OH >Iowa Note 11: Bet. 1853 - 1854 Original Zbornik immigrant, Cleveland, OH to Dubuque Co, IA. Note 13: Abt. 1855 Farming Farmersburg area, Wagner Twp, Clayton Co, IA. Note 17: Bet. 1855 - 1865 Farmed 40a abt 3mi N. of Spillivlle, Winn. Co, IA. Note 18: Farmer & mason, worked on building of St. Wenceslaus Ch, Spillville, IA. Note 19: Bet. 1865 - 1875 Farmed 140a, sec 9, 1+mi ExSE of St. Lucas (Old Mission), Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA. Number of children: 6
............. 5 ZBORNIK, James Mathias b: 10 Jan 1841 in Chulupy, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 30 May 1910 in Sumner, Bremer Co, IA Burial: 02 Jun 1910 Mt. Calvary Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Note 4: Would be father of Zbornik's around Fayette to Sumner, Fay.Co.IA. Note 5: 26 Nov 1853 Bohemia>Cleveland>1854Dubuque, IA Note 8: 1854 Cleveland, Ohio, arrived 1853 from South Bohemia with parents. Note 9: 1855 Printer's apprentice, Dubuque, IA. Note 11: 1860 Census; printer, 19y, hotel, Decorah, Winn Co, IA. Note 13: 1862 Farm hand, Jesse Siglin farm, Farmersburg area, Clayton Co, IA. Note 16: 1870 Bought 160a farm, NE1/4, sec 33, Bethel Twp, Fayette Co, IA. Note 18: 1885 Census; farming, sec 33, Bethel Twp, Fay.Co.IA, father/law Jesse same section. Note 19: 1901 Farm west of Fayette, IA. Note 23: 1908 Retired to Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Number of children: 11
................. +SIGLIN, Margarette Ann b: 10 Dec 1846 in Luzerne Co, PA d: 19 Jan 1922 in Sumner, Bremer Co, IA Burial: Mt. Calvary Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. m: 21 Jan 1866 in Siglin Farm, NW of Farmersburg, Wagner Twp, Clayton County, Iowa Father: Jesse SIGLIN Mother: Catherine LEARN Note 4: 1896 Farm, NE1/4, sec 33, Bethel Twp, on plat under her name. Number of children: 11
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Jesse Mathias b: 12 May 1867 in Farmersburg area, Wagner Twp, Clayton Co, IA d: 24 Feb 1944 in Cedar Falls, Iowa Burial: Mount Calvery Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Note 4: 1893 Farmed Bethel Twp, Fay.C.IA, between Hawkeye & Wilson's Grove. Note 5: Abt. 1894 Bought farm on Volga Riv, bet. Fayette & Randalia, Fay.Co.IA. Note 6: 1896 Plat map; 110a farm, Center Twp, SE1/4, NEpart, sec 25, Fayette co, IA. Number of children: 1
..................... +SCHULER, Frances M. b: 14 Dec 1873 in Clayton Co, Iowa? d: 31 Aug 1938 in Iowa City, Iowa Burial: Mount Calvery Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa m: 14 Feb 1893 in Chickasaw City, Near Sumner, Bremer Co., Iowa Father: George SCHULER Mother: Elizabeth RILLING Note 1: Cem marker says birth, 1869. Note 2: 31 Aug 1938 Death, Pneumonia, Iowa City, IA. Note 3: NEED the SCHULER tree! bz/2005. Note 4: Schuler, Shuler, Schueler, Scheuler, Schuyler, etc. Note 5: Likely Penn German's coming into Dubuque Co, IA. Note 6: Were Schuler's in early Clayton Co, IA. Note 7: Oelwein became the major Fay. Co. Schuler concentration. Number of children: 1
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Harvey Edward b: 11 Apr 1893 in Farm, Bethel Twp, Fay.Co. IA d: 02 Dec 1964 in Independence, Buchanon Co, IA Burial: Grandview Cem, sec H, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Note 6: Bet. 1914 - 1924 Running garage, Randalia, Center Twp, Fay.Co.IA Note 9: 1925 Census; East St, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Note 11: Bet. 1929 - 1937 Father's 2nd farm, SE corner, sec 28, Smithfield Twp, 4mi S. of Fayette, IA. Note 14: Abt. 1937 Machanic; joined father Jesse in Sumner, IA. Note 15: All of Jesse's siblings were in Sumner/Wilson Grove area, Bremer Co, IA. Note 16: Abt. 1936 Jesse lost farms to banks in 'Great Depression.' Note 17: 1939 Moved to Iowa Falls; selling & workinig on cars. Note 19: 1941 Moved to Oelwein, Fay.Co.IA; working in machine shop. Note 21: Abt. 1942 Final move, Woodang? & Wise Machine Shop, Machinist, Waterloo, Iowa Note 29: 1964 Death by cardio pulmonary collapse. Number of children: 5
......................... +UNKNOWN, Elizabeth b: 1898 d: 1973 Burial: Grandview Cem, sec H, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA
..................... *2nd Wife of ZBORNIK, Harvey Edward:
......................... +NEUENSWANDER, May Ella b: 06 Feb 1893 in Elgin, P.Val.Twp, Fay.Co.IA d: 06 Jun 1953 in Waterloo, Blackhawk Co, IA Burial: Grandview Cem, sec H, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA m: Abt. 1913 in Fayette, Fayette Co, iA. Father: William E. NEUENSCHWANDER Mother: Mary HALVERSON Note 1: 1855 Swiss, ggrandfather John, to Elgin, IA, major wagonmaker. Note 2: Bet. 1865 - 1875 John's offspring, farming around Hawkeye area, Fayette Co, IA. Note 9: Death from abdominal cancer. Number of children: 5
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Francis b: 04 Feb 1869 in Farmersburg area, Wagner Twp, Clayton Twp, IA d: 12 Feb 1946 in Fredericksburg, Chickasaw Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa Note 9: Resided in Fredericksburg, Iowa area. Note 12: Farmer, buttermaker
..................... +ROBINSON, Julia Ann b: 14 Dec 1875 in Willson Grove area, Banks Twp., Fayette, Co., Iowa d: 18 Aug 1958 in West Union, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa m: 28 Dec 1898 in Bethel Twp., Fayette, Co, Iowa Father: W. C. ROBINSON
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Frederick William b: 02 Apr 1871 in Eldorado area, Dover Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 11 Jan 1949 in Crown Hill, Madison Co, NE Burial: Crown Hill Cem, SWSWsec4T21N R1W, E.&S of Madison, Madison Co, NB. Note 4: Called Freddie. Note 12: Farmer, Raleigh Saleman Note 15: 1930 Census; farming, Madison Co, NB. Number of children: 3
..................... +HECK, Anna Caroline b: 29 Sep 1871 in Jefferson Co, WI d: 10 Jul 1940 in Crown Hill, Madison Co, NE Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery, Madison Co, NE m: 31 May 1893 in Center Twp, Rural Randalia, Iowa Number of children: 3
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Ester Mae b: 28 Feb 1899 d: 05 Aug 1976 in Madison, Madison Co, NE Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery, Madison Co, NE Number of children: 3
......................... +BROWNING, Berton Nathaniel b: 09 Jan 1886 in Schuyler, NE d: 07 Jan 1959 in Omaha, NE Note 1: Called Bert. Note 2: Engineer of Omaha light plant. Number of children: 3
..................... *2nd Husband of ZBORNIK, Ester Mae:
......................... +SCHUTT, Henry H. b: 20 Sep 1877 in Illinois d: 09 Jan 1946 in Norfork, NE Burial: Columbus, NE m: 08 Jan 1925
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Elmer Raymond b: 08 Sep 1905 in Slayton, MN d: 12 Sep 1979 in Crown Hill, Madison Co, NE Burial: Crown Hill Cemetery, Madison Co, NE Note 1: Livestock and Trucker
......................... +JOHNSON, Velma b: 08 Mar 1912 d: 14 Aug 1993
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Edith Ethel Marie b: 09 Nov 1911 in Madison, Madison Co, NE d: 20 Dec 1990 in Norfolk, NE Note 1: Carroll, Winside, Verdel, NE Number of children: 6
......................... +HANSEN, Viggo b: 21 Mar 1907 in Nyboking, Denmark d: 13 Mar 1985 in Norfolk, NE Note 1: Farmer Number of children: 6
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Rosa May b: 28 Nov 1872 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 30 Jun 1938 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Note 1: Resided in Sumner, Iowa area. Number of children: 5
..................... +MOSER, Gettlieb b: 06 Apr 1871 in Maxwell Twp, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 24 Jan 1936 in Rural Sumner, Banks Twp., Fayette, Co., Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa m: 28 Nov 1895 in Bethel Twp., Fayette, Co, Iowa Note 1: Farmer Number of children: 5
..................... 7 MOSER, Mabel Viola b: 01 Nov 1896 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 22 Dec 1969 in Wintrop, Buchanan Co, Iowa Number of children: 5
......................... +MAURER, Edward Harry b: 11 May 1892 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 26 Feb 1970 in Wintrop, Buchanan Co, Iowa m: 04 Apr 1915 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Number of children: 5
..................... 7 MOSER, Stella Blanche b: 22 Oct 1897 in Rural Sumner, Banks Twp., Fayette, Co., Iowa d: 31 Dec 1918 in Rural Sumner, Banks Twp., Fayette, Co., Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa Number of children: 1
......................... +LOPPE, Archie G. b: 07 Aug 1893 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 10 Jan 1962 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa Note 1: Lineman Number of children: 1
..................... 7 MOSER, Harley Willie b: 27 Jul 1899 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 16 Dec 1942 in Bryan, Ohio Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa
..................... 7 MOSER, Bessie Alice b: 01 Oct 1900 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 09 Jul 1904 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa
..................... 7 MOSER, Elwood Leslie b: 26 Oct 1903 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 14 Oct 1983 in Staples, MN Burial: Leader, MN
......................... +SOWERS, Zatha b: 30 Dec 1908 d: 05 Dec 1991 in Staples, MN Burial: Leader, MN
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Stella N. b: 28 Nov 1872 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 07 Jun 1876 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Note 1: Twin of Rosa May
................. 6 ZBORNIK, John Benjamin b: 21 Mar 1876 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 08 Jan 1952 in New Hampton, Chickasaw Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Bremer, Iowa Note 11: Buttermaker
..................... +BREMER, Hilda Mary b: 10 Mar 1877 in Leroy Twp, Bremer Co., Iowa d: 22 Sep 1923 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cemetery, Sumner, Iowa m: 10 Sep 1914 in West Union, Fayette Co, Iowa Note 11: Cause of death; Typhoid Fever
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Annie b: 21 Jul 1878 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 18 Aug 1878 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA.
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Elenora Irene b: 03 Jan 1880 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 22 Oct 1958 in Oelwein, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Note 1: Resided in Oelwien, Iowa area. Note 2: Elenor, Eleanor, Elnora Number of children: 4
..................... +REIMLER, Loius Carl b: 03 Apr 1880 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 06 Oct 1968 in Oelwein, Fayette Co, IA. Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. m: 18 Jun 1902 in Fayette Co, Iowa Note 1: Called Lewis. Note 2: Mechanic Number of children: 4
..................... 7 REIMLER, Bell Elizabeth b: 05 Dec 1904 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 30 Mar 1905 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA.
..................... 7 REIMLER, Robert James b: 17 Jul 1912 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 18 Mar 1913 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA.
..................... 7 REIMLER, Harold Joseph b: 24 May 1914 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 24 Dec 1986 in Oelwein, Fayette Co, Iowa Note 1: Army, WW II
..................... 7 REIMLER, Kathryn Margaret b: 05 May 1916 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 05 Feb 2001 in Maquoketa, Jackson Co, IA. Note 1: Lived in Oelwein and Maquoketa, IA. Number of children: 3
......................... +SEWELL, Wilbert Gordon b: 09 Jun 1917 in Oelwein, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 18 Feb 1978 in Oelwein, Fayette Co, Iowa m: 27 Jan 1946 in Las Vagas, NV Father: James Gordon SEWELL Mother: Ida UNKNOWN Note 1: Owned Laundermat, worked at library. Note 2: Lived in Maquoketa, IA. Number of children: 3
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Lawrence L. b: 31 Mar 1882 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 15 May 1953 in Canton, Lincoln Co,, SD Burial: Canton, Lincoln Co,, SD Note 6: Buttermaker Note 11: 1930 Census; stock farmer, Canton, Lincoln Co, NB. Note 13: Died in train accident.
..................... +TOPLIFF, Ida B. b: 14 Aug 1884 in Buchanan Co, Iowa d: 12 Dec 1972 in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co, Iowa Burial: canton, Lincoln Co,, SD m: 26 Nov 1908 in Independence, Buchanan Co, Iowa
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Elizabeth b: 21 Jul 1884 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 21 Dec 1889 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Mt. Calvary Catholic Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Note 1: Called Lizzie. Note 2: Died from croup infection.
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Agnes b: 09 Dec 1886 in Sec 33, Bethal Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 15 May 1953 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Number of children: 8
..................... +FORSMAN, Gustave Adolph b: 06 Jul 1882 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 13 Dec 1957 in St. Joseph Hosp, New Hampton, Iowa Burial: Wilson Grove Cem, Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. m: 21 Nov 1907 in Catholic Parsonage, Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa Father: Peter FORSMAN Mother: Louisa UNKNOWN Note 1: Bookkeeper Note 2: Death, chronic myocarditis. Number of children: 8
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Anna b: 27 Nov 1908 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 12 Aug 1987 in Sumner Hospital, Bremer Co, Iowa Burial: Lutheran Cem, rural Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Note 1: Called Lavere.
......................... +AMBROSE, Francis b: 04 May 1908 in Sumner area, Bremer Co, IA. d: 09 Jun 1987 in Allen Memorial Hosp, Waterloo, IA. Burial: Luthern Cem, rural Sumner, IA. Note 1: Called Vaylard. Note 2: Farmed. Note 3: Called Frank.
..................... 7 FORSMAN, James Darrell b: 16 Nov 1909 in Sumner area, Bremer Co, IA. d: 08 Sep 1970 in Waterloo, IA. Burial: Rose Hill Cem, Fredericksburg, IA. Note 1: Darrell Number of children: 4
......................... +SCHUTTE, Verona b: 14 Nov 1914 in Boone, IA. d: 01 Mar 1983 Burial: Rose Hill Cem, Fredericksburg, IA. m: 14 Sep 1933 in Fredericksburg, IA Number of children: 4
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Peter b: 16 Nov 1909 in Sumner area, Bremer Co, IA. d: 29 Oct 1985 in Fredericksburg, IA. Note 1: Called Donald. Note 2: Owned, Forsman Produce. Number of children: 2
......................... +KILCHER, Melba Elizabeth b: 18 Jan 1911 in Richfield area, Bethel Twp, Fayette Co, IA. m: 29 Jun 1933 in St. John Lutheran Ch, Sumner, IA. Note 1: Lived in Sumner after death of husband. Number of children: 2
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Daniel b: 1910
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Donald b: 1910
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Roger Adolph b: 10 Feb 1916 in Sumner, Bremer Co, Iowa d: 25 Jun 1971 in Vets Hosp, Omaha, NE. Burial: Wilson Grove Cem, N. of Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Note 1: Army, WWII. Number of children: 2
......................... +PRENTICE, Dolores Elaine b: Abt. 1930 in Chamberlain, SD
..................... *2nd Wife of FORSMAN, Roger Adolph:
......................... +SCHRADER, Dorthy Evelyn Blunt b: 03 Jan 1925
..................... *3rd Wife of FORSMAN, Roger Adolph:
......................... +PARKS, Delpha m: 24 Oct 1937 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Roberta Mae b: 12 Aug 1920 in Fayette Co, IA, east of Sumner Number of children: 2
......................... +CANNELL, Percy Dale b: 20 Sep 1919 in Banks Twp, Fayette Co, IA m: 14 Jun 1944 in Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Father: Dorsey CANNELL Mother: Mamie UNKNOWN Note 1: Bet. 1941 - 1946 1st Lt, US Army. Note 2: Phillips Petroleum, administrator, retired. Number of children: 2
..................... 7 FORSMAN, Herbert John b: 10 Sep 1923 in Clarion, IA d: 2004 Note 1: Bet. 1943 - 1947 14th Armor, European Theater. Note 2: WW II, wounded in action, hospitalized 26m. Note 3: Resided, Sumner, IA. Note 4: Co-owner, three newpapers, for 35 yrs. Number of children: 2
......................... +ERICKSON, Ardys Delores b: 12 Jun 1931 in Fayette Co, IA, bet. Randalia & Sumner. m: 25 Jun 1948 in Sumner, Bremer Co, IA. Number of children: 2
............. 5 ZBORNIK, Mary b: 12 Sep 1844 in Chulupy, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 03 Jan 1909 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem, St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. Number of children: 4
................. +FOREMAN, John Henry b: 31 May 1842 in Allegheny Co, PA d: 01 Apr 1922 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, Iowa Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem, St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. m: 27 Jan 1863 in Festina, Iowa Father: Harmon FOREMAN Mother: Clarissa Francie PHILLIPS Number of children: 4
................. 6 FOREMAN, Theresa b: 10 Oct 1864 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 02 Feb 1918 in Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 8
..................... +VONDERSITT, Anton John b: 20 Jun 1864 d: 06 Jun 1960 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa m: 05 Mar 1889 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa Note 1: Anton, AJ Number of children: 8
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, John Henry b: 10 Feb 1890 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 14 Jan 1916 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Anton Tony b: 17 Oct 1891 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 16 Nov 1985 in Ossian, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Note 1: AB Number of children: 4
......................... +YIRKOVSKY, Emma Matilda b: 08 Oct 1896 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 24 Dec 1971 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 4
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Mary Ann b: 06 Sep 1893 in Ossian, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 23 Apr 1967 Number of children: 10
......................... +UHLENHAKE, Theodore Joseph b: 30 Nov 1884 d: 15 Apr 1965 in Hospital in Waterloo, Blackhawk Co, Iowa Number of children: 10
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Anna T. b: 05 Nov 1895 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 05 Dec 1983 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 2
......................... +POSHUSTA, William J. b: 1892 d: 11 Jan 1923 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 1
..................... *2nd Husband of VONDERSITT, Anna T.:
......................... +BECZAR, Joseph e. b: 26 May 1901 d: 03 Mar 1985 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 1
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, William T. b: 31 Jul 1897 d: 1916 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Clara b: 29 Aug 1901 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 27 Sep 1973 in Calmar, Fayette Co, Iowa
......................... +BARURAK, Chalres Henry b: 1897 in Conover, Iowa
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Rose Elorne b: 06 Sep 1903 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 29 Jul 1981 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 4
......................... +ROONEY, Walter b: 29 Aug 1901 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 27 Sep 1973 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa m: 11 Jul 1922 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 4
..................... 7 VONDERSITT, Frank b: 10 Oct 1905 in St. Lucas, Fayette Co, Iowa d: 02 Jan 1957 in Calmar, Fayette Co, Iowa
......................... +KNOX, Juanita
................. 6 FOREMAN, John Nepomuce b: 17 Jun 1867 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 27 Oct 1944 Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem, St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. Number of children: 5
..................... +UNKNOWN, Anna M. b: 1873 in NE Iowa d: 1947 Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem, St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA. Number of children: 5
..................... 7 FOREMAN, Nicholas b: 10 Mar 1893 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: Sep 1973 in West Union, Fay. Co, IA. Burial: St. Luke's Cath. Cem, St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fay.Co.IA.
..................... 7 FOREMAN, Frank
..................... 7 FOREMAN, Theresia
..................... 7 FOREMAN, Mary
..................... 7 FOREMAN, Anna
................. 6 FOREMAN, Mary Ann b: 06 Jan 1870 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
..................... +SCHLICTE
................. 6 FOREMAN, Rosea Katherine b: 17 Jan 1875 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 18 Apr 1934
..................... +SCHLICTE
............. 5 ZBORNIK, Catherine b: 10 Nov 1849 in Chulupy, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 17 Dec 1930 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: Ossian Cem, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 3: 1880 Farming, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa. Number of children: 10
................. +KIPP, Bernard b: 19 Jan 1844 in Alsaette, Prussia (Germany) d: 27 Mar 1919 in Dubuque, Dubuque Co, Iowa Burial: Ossian, Iowa m: 03 Feb 1869 in St. Lucas, Iowa Father: Gerhard KIPP Mother: Margaretha LODERBUSCH Note 1: Called Barney. Note 3: 1880 Farming, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa. Number of children: 10
................. 6 KIPP, John Henry b: 20 Dec 1869 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 17 Nov 1942 Number of children: 6
..................... +MARESH, Mary E. b: 21 Dec 1873 d: 01 Sep 1947 m: 12 Nov 1897 Number of children: 6
..................... 7 KIPP, John J.
..................... 7 KIPP, James T.
..................... 7 KIPP, Cecilia M.
..................... 7 KIPP, Mary
......................... +KOELFGEN, Unknown
..................... 7 KIPP, Rose M.
..................... 7 KIPP, Katherine A. Number of children: 5
......................... +KOELFGEN, Theodore Number of children: 5
................. 6 KIPP, Mary Ann b: 12 Dec 1871 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 18 Jun 1928 in Adrian, MN Number of children: 5
..................... +BULLERMAN, John b: 19 Feb 1867 in Festina, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 26 Apr 1901 in Adrian, MN m: 17 Oct 1893 in Ossian, Howard Co, IA Number of children: 4
..................... 7 BULLERMAN, Rose b: in Adrian, Nobles Co, MN
..................... 7 BULLERMAN, Anna b: 24 Sep 1896 in Adrian, Nobles Co, MN Number of children: 2
......................... +VANDERAH, John Number of children: 2
..................... 7 BULLERMAN, John Joseph b: 18 Apr 1898 in Adrian, Nobles Co, MN
..................... 7 BULLERMAN, William b: 02 Mar 1900 in Adrian, Nobles Co, MN d: Jan 1984 in Tyler, Lincoln Co, MN Number of children: 6
......................... +HONERMAN, Elizabeth Number of children: 6
................. *2nd Husband of KIPP, Mary Ann:
..................... +MAIWALD, John b: 18 Aug 1873 d: 22 Dec 1940 m: 22 Feb 1909 in Audrian, MN Number of children: 1
..................... 7 MAIWALD, Mari Number of children: 3
......................... +HEITKAMP, Henry Number of children: 3
................. 6 KIPP, Joseph H. b: 23 Dec 1873 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 30 May 1951 Number of children: 4
..................... +HECK, Clara b: 14 Mar 1880 d: 13 Feb 1938 m: 10 Jan 1899 Number of children: 4
..................... 7 KIPP, John J. Number of children: 5
......................... +SCHOLBROCK, Relinda Number of children: 5
..................... 7 KIPP, Catherine M.
..................... 7 KIPP, Victoria b: 1908 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA
..................... 7 KIPP, Edwin b: 29 Oct 1916 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA
................. 6 KIPP, Rosa C. b: 12 Dec 1876 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 21 Dec 1900 Number of children: 2
..................... +BENNING, William m: Oct 1897 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 BENNING, Albert
..................... 7 BENNING, William Number of children: 1
......................... +COOK, Regina Number of children: 1
................. 6 KIPP, Catherine Marie b: 12 Aug 1882 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 25 Apr 1952
..................... +NEINHAUS, Unknown
................. 6 KIPP, Bernard Michael b: 21 Nov 1881 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 08 Feb 1950 in Rochester, MN Number of children: 1
..................... +SCHRODER, Kathryn W. b: 22 Nov 1890 in Ossian, Howard Co, IA d: 25 May 1964 in Rochester, MN m: 03 Nov 1908 in Ossian, Howard Co, IA Number of children: 1
..................... 7 KIPP, Mildred
......................... +JORGENSON, Arnold
................. 6 KIPP, Margaret Josephine b: 10 Mar 1883 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 08 Jun 1936
..................... +SCHISSEL, Unknown
................. 6 KIPP, Theresa E. b: 18 Jun 1885 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 13 Nov 1908
..................... +PHELAN, Unknown
................. 6 KIPP, Francis L. b: 31 Jan 1887 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 17 Dec 1918
..................... +PHELAN, Unknown
................. 6 KIPP, Cecelia Marie b: 31 Jan 1891 in Ossian, Military Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 15 Jun 1989 in Fort Atkinson, Winnisheik Co, IA Number of children: 5
..................... +DIETZENBACH, Andrew b: 22 Mar 1879 in St. Lucas, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA m: in Fayette or Winn. Co, IA Father: Andrew DIETZENBACH Mother: Anna VLORETZ Number of children: 5
..................... 7 DIETZENBACH, Agnes b: 1914 in Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
..................... 7 DIETZENBACH, Aloisius b: 1915 in Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
..................... 7 DIETZENBACH, Cathrine b: 1917 in Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
..................... 7 DIETZENBACH, Hildegrad b: 1919 in Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
..................... 7 DIETZENBACH, Wifred b: 1924 in Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA
............. 5 ZBORNIK, Franz Thomas b: 1853 in Chulupy, 2mi NE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 1855 in Spillville, Calmar Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Burial: St. Clement Cem, German Church, Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 1: Called Thomas.
............. 5 ZBORNIK, John Henry b: 18 May 1854 in Dubuque, Dubuque Co, Iowa d: 18 Aug 1927 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: St. John's Cem, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 8: Farmed, Ft. Atkinson & St. Lucas area. Note 12: Died of of stomach cancer. Number of children: 8
................. +BUSTA, Mary b: 28 Mar 1863 in Budejovice, Bohemia d: 07 Feb 1947 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: St. John's Cem, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: 13 Jan 1880 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Father: Jacob BUSTA Mother: Veronica VESELLA Note 4: 1871 Immigrated with parents from Bohemia. Note 12: Died from arteriosclorosis, bowel obstruction. Number of children: 8
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Joseph Francis b: 02 Nov 1881 in St. Lucas area, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 29 Apr 1980 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA. Burial: 02 May 1980 Calvary Cem, Cresco, IA Note 1: Merchant; store owner, Cresco, IA. Number of children: 5
..................... +PTACEK, Eleanora A. b: 22 Dec 1887 in Kinmball, SD d: 10 Jan 1913 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA. Burial: 13 Dec 1913 Calvary Cem, Cresco, IA m: 21 May 1907 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA. Father: Unknown PTACEK Mother: Unknown KIMBAL Note 1: Grew up in Schley, Paris twp, Howard Co, IA. Note 2: Death, TB (quick consumption). Number of children: 2
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Eleanora Genevieve b: 20 Feb 1908 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA Note 1: Teacher. Number of children: 4
......................... +BLAZEK, Edward Leonard b: 27 Feb 1911 in Little Turkey area, Chickasaw Co, IA. d: 22 Apr 1996 in New Hampton, Chickasaw Co, Iowa Burial: 25 Apr 1996 Mt. Carmel Cem, Lawler, Chickasaw Co, IA. m: 25 May 1945 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Note 1: Farmed near Lawler, Chickasaw Co, IA. Number of children: 4
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Joseph Victor b: 01 Jul 1911 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA d: 29 Apr 1990 in Redlands, CA Number of children: 2
......................... +SCHAVONE, Anne Cecelia b: 21 Jun 1914 Number of children: 2
................. *2nd Wife of ZBORNIK, Joseph Francis:
..................... +KOLICKA, Antonette b: 21 Apr 1891 in Saratoga, Howard Co, IA d: 02 Aug 1980 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA m: 26 Jun 1917 Father: Frank KOLICA Mother: Maria MARIK Note 1: Spelling, Koliha. Note 2: Called Nettie. Number of children: 4
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Adaline M. b: 17 Jan 1919 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Raphael William b: 23 Jul 1920 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA d: 06 Mar 1973 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Arnold Lawrence b: 25 Nov 1925 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA d: 27 Apr 1945 in St. Avoid, France, WWII Note 1: Army serial number 37691325, PFC, KIA.
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Wenceslaus Jacob b: 13 Apr 1883 in St. Lucas area, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 21 Nov 1964 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA. Note 1: Called Jim or J.M. Number of children: 5
..................... +CHYLE, Anastacia b: 02 Nov 1887 d: 1944 in Cresco, Howard Co, Iowa m: 1910 in Protovin, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Note 1: Stella Number of children: 5
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Agnes b: 10 Jul 1911 in Cresco, Howard Co., Iowa d: Oct 1982 in Jacksonville, FL
......................... +ERICKSON, James
..................... *2nd Husband of ZBORNIK, Agnes:
......................... +MCDONALD, David
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Thomas Wencl b: 07 Mar 1913 in Cresco, Howard Co, Iowa d: 02 Oct 1959 in Charles City, Floyd Co, Iowa Number of children: 3
......................... +SALSBURY, Frances I b: 22 Jan 1918 in Nebraska m: 29 Nov 1942 Number of children: 3
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Matthew E. b: 29 Jul 1915 in Cresco, Howard Co, Iowa Note 1: Mike, or M.E. Number of children: 4
......................... +HENRY, Dorthy L. b: 01 Jan 1916 in Boone, Iowa m: 14 Dec 1942 in New Orleans, LA Number of children: 4
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Anastacia b: 02 Mar 1919 in Cresco, Howard Co., Iowa d: 18 Apr 1993 in Norris, TN Note 1: Called Stacia. Number of children: 2
......................... +GRIM, Mark Sillers b: 17 Jul 1921 in Sevierville, Tn m: 26 Dec 1945 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Number of children: 2
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Cecelia M. b: 11 Dec 1925 in Cresco, Howard Co., Iowa d: 09 Oct 1975 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 1
......................... +CAROLAN, Leonard J. b: 26 Aug 1919 in Bluffton Twp, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 12 Jan 1976 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, Iowa m: 03 Sep 1946 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Father: Phillip Jermiah CAROLAN Mother: Elizabeth Agnes WHALEN Number of children: 1
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Mary Clara b: 29 Nov 1885 in St. Lusas areaa, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 27 Feb 1947 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA.
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Francis Raphael b: 28 Jul 1888 in St. Lucas area, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 09 Aug 1979 in Elma, Howard Co, IA Note 4: Called Frank. Note 6: 22 Feb 1918 Inducted, US Army, Decorah, IA. Number of children: 4
..................... +MARAVETZ, Elizabeth b: 23 Apr 1893 in Schley, Howard Co, Iowa d: 13 Apr 1982 in Elma, Howard Co, Iowa m: 01 Oct 1923 in Protovin, Howard Co, Iowa Father: Joseph MARAVETZ Mother: Marie JAROSH Note 1: Liz Number of children: 4
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Celestine Francis b: 11 Jan 1928 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 11 Jan 1928 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Ursula M. b: 03 Aug 1929 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Note 4: 2006 Living in Austin, TX. Number of children: 8
......................... +KLOCKE, Noel L.
..................... *2nd Husband of ZBORNIK, Ursula M.:
......................... +NEYENS, Paul T. m: 25 May 1949 Number of children: 8
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Celeste F. b: 26 Nov 1931 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Note 4: 2006 Living in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co, IA. Number of children: 3
......................... +JOHANNES, Jerome V. b: 27 Jan 1928 in Dyersville, Delaware Co, Iowa m: 16 May 1953 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Number of children: 3
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Adrian J. b: 07 Jun 1935 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 19 Oct 2006 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: St. John's Cath. Ch Cem, Ft. Atkinson, Winn.Co.IA Number of children: 6
......................... +SHINDELAR, Helen A. b: 01 Jun 1936 in Calmar, Fayette Co, Iowa m: 07 Sep 1957 in Calmar, Fayette Co, Iowa Number of children: 6
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Mathias Vincent b: 04 Jul 1891 in St. Lucas area, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 01 Mar 1971 in Cresco, Howard Co, IA. Number of children: 2
..................... +PECKA, Mary A. b: 06 Jan 1891 d: 06 Oct 1951 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Raymond Mathias b: 22 Jul 1928 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 05 Dec 1991 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA
..................... 7 ZBORNIK, Clarence W. b: 26 Sep 1929 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 04 Oct 1951 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 1: Called James?
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Rose Matilda b: 10 Oct 1893 in St. Lucas area, Auburn Twp, Fayette Co, IA d: 11 Jan 1953 in New Hampton, Chickasaw Co, Iowa Number of children: 3
..................... +FENCH, William b: 01 May 1888 in Utica Twp, Chickasaw Co, IA d: 29 May 1969 m: 11 Oct 1916 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Note 3: Farmed. Number of children: 3
..................... 7 FENCI, Julius Francis b: 19 May 1919 d: 20 Apr 1946
..................... 7 FENCI, Cletus Marcellen b: 02 Jan 1923 Number of children: 4
......................... +GRIPPE, Fernando Mary m: 11 Apr 1959 Number of children: 4
..................... 7 FENCI, Emil b: 08 Aug 1929 Note 1: Called Jack. Number of children: 4
......................... +QUINN, Ann Katherine m: 11 Apr 1955 Number of children: 4
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Agnes Gertrude b: 12 Dec 1895 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 02 Dec 1988 in New Hampton, Chickasaw Co, Iowa Number of children: 6
..................... +MARAVETZ, William Clement b: 23 Nov 1895 in Schley, Howard Co, Iowa d: 18 Mar 1967 in Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN m: 11 Jun 1923 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa Father: Joseph MARAVETZ Mother: Marie JAROSH Note 3: Birth may be Jan 4, 1896 Note 5: Farmed. Number of children: 6
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Phyllis N. b: 28 May 1924 Number of children: 3
......................... +CASEY, Daniel J. b: 27 Apr 1921 in Elma, Howard Co, Iowa d: 19 May 1996 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co, Iowa m: 22 Aug 1944 in Osage, Mitchell Co, Iowa Number of children: 3
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Marvin K. b: 13 Jun 1925 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Number of children: 5
......................... +MCGILL, Margaret A. m: 06 Oct 1948 Number of children: 5
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Gerald William b: 19 May 1929 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Number of children: 2
......................... +REINHART, Marie L. b: 12 Mar 1931 in Winnemucca, NV m: 01 Jan 1953 in San Francisco, CA Number of children: 2
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Eunice Agnes b: 07 Aug 1933 in Cresco, Winneshiek Co., Iowa Number of children: 7
......................... +COMBS, Harlan b: 23 Jul 1933 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co, Iowa m: 14 Feb 1953 Note 1: Duane Number of children: 7
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Lester L. b: 06 May 1937 Number of children: 4
......................... +LAPLANTE, Cathy m: 09 Sep 1962 Number of children: 4
..................... 7 MARAVETZ, Gabrial Eugene b: 19 May 1939 Number of children: 5
......................... +LA PLANTE, Colette m: 1963 Number of children: 5
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Frances Celia b: 24 Apr 1898 in Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, Iowa
............. 5 ZBORNIK, Joseph b: 25 Jan 1858 in Farm N. of Spillville, Winn Co, Iowa d: 18 Aug 1921 in Ft. Atkinson, Winn.Co.IA Burial: St. Johns Cem, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 4: Farmed near Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA. Number of children: 1
................. +PRIBYL, Petronila Nellie b: 29 Apr 1866 in Pacov, Bohemia d: 14 Apr 1907 in Ft. Atkinson, Winn.Co.IA Burial: St. Johns Cem, Ft. Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA. m: 31 Jan 1905 in Spillville, Iowa Father: Frantisek Frank PRIBYL Mother: Marie Mary JAROS Note 1: Called Nellie. Note 4: Surname analogs; Pribel, Pribyl. Number of children: 1
................. 6 ZBORNIK, Unknown
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 22 Sep 1818 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: Bef. 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Matej b: Abt. 1823 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: in Bohemia?
......... 4 KOPET, Frantisek b: 16 Sep 1826 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 31 May 1893 in Jackson Junction or Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Burial: Unmarked grave, Jackson Junction, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 2: Given analog; Frank, Frantisek. Note 6: Abt. 1856 Marriage? Winneshiek Co, IA? Note 8: 1880 Census; farming, Jackson Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 9: 1880 Census; son Frank (b.1856), farming next dwelling, Winn.Co.IA. Note 11: 1885 Census; farming, Jackson Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 12: 1885 Anna Polansky, 18y/b.1867, in household. Number of children: 2
............. +POLANSKY, Katerina b: Abt. 1828 in Bohemia d: 06 Sep 1919 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI m: 1856 in Protivn, Bohemia Father: George POLANSKY Note 3: Given analogs; Katerina, Catherine. Note 4: Surname anlaogs; Polansky, Polanski. Number of children: 2
............. 5 KOPET, Frank b: 26 Jan 1856 in Pisek, Bohemia d: 1926 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Burial: Evergreen Cem, Praire de Chien, WI. Note 6: 1880 Census; farming adj. to father, Jackson Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 8: 1885 Census; farming, Sumner Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Note 12: 1900 Census; farming Washington Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA Number of children: 7
................. +VRBA, Rosa b: Sep 1858 in Bohemia d: 1941 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Burial: Evergreen Cem, Praire de Chein, WI. m: 1879 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co?, IA Father: Charles Wenceslaus VRBA Mother: Mary Marcovitis PLASIL Note 3: Surname analogs; Veba, Vrba. Number of children: 7
................. 6 KOPET, Mary b: 30 Apr 1880 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 19 Nov 1950 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Number of children: 6
..................... +KUHN, George W. b: 12 May 1880 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 18 Jan 1965 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa m: 22 Nov 1904 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, IA Note 6: 1925 Census; Sumner Twp, Winneshiek Co, IA. Number of children: 6
..................... 7 KUHN, Mary b: 02 Jan 1907 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 18 Nov 1989
......................... +JIRACK, Adolph b: 22 Dec 1902 d: 15 Nov 1991 m: 16 Sep 1930
..................... 7 KUHN, Hugo b: 19 Nov 1908 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: Apr 1987 in Fort Atkinson, Winneshiek Co, IA
......................... +MARA, Viola b: 13 Jun 1913 m: 25 Apr 1934
..................... 7 KUHN, Cecila b: 16 Jun 1910 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 12 Sep 2001 in Decorah, Winneshiek Co, IA
......................... +FRANA, George b: 06 Feb 1903 d: 06 Jan 1983 m: 24 Mar 1928
..................... 7 KUHN, Verna b: 06 Feb 1912 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, IA d: 13 Oct 1986
......................... +BLONG, Edward b: 28 Feb 1907 d: 29 Oct 1953
..................... 7 KUHN, Peter J. b: 21 May 1914 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 26 May 2005 in Spilville, Winneshiek Co, IA
......................... +KLIMESH, Angela b: 02 Jun 1919 d: 08 Aug 2001 m: 07 Nov 1938
..................... 7 KUHN, Margaret A. b: 17 Jan 1916 in Spillville area, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 03 Jun 1981 in Waucoma, Fayette Co, IA
......................... +PANOS, Adolph b: 30 Nov 1913 in Lawler, Burchanan Co, IA d: 20 Sep 1990 m: 20 Apr 1936
................. 6 KOPET, Catherina b: Dec 1881 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 1904 Note 3: Given analogs; Catherina, Kathryn.
................. 6 KOPET, Charles Jerome b: Mar 1884 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 20 Mar 1954 in Spokane, Washington Note 4: 1910 Census; druggist. Number of children: 5
..................... +COLE, Bertha Ellen b: 11 Aug 1880 in Minnesota d: 1944 in Spokane, Washington m: 30 Dec 1910 in Pelican Rapids, MN Father: William H. COLE Mother: Mary Elizabeth CADY Number of children: 5
..................... 7 KOPET, Jerome Cole b: 29 Nov 1911 in Portland, Oregon d: Oct 1984 in Spokane, Washington Number of children: 3
......................... +BONNELL, Barbara b: 1918 in Tacoma, WA Number of children: 3
..................... 7 KOPET, John Ronald b: 13 Oct 1914 in Pelican Rapids, MN d: 04 Aug 1987 in Spokane, Washington Number of children: 5
......................... +LACROIX, Mildred Catherine b: 12 Jul 1916 d: 05 Jun 1986 in Spokane, Washington m: 1940 in Washington Number of children: 5
..................... 7 KOPET, Mary Elizabeth b: 1919 in Spokane, Washington Number of children: 3
......................... +ENT, James Number of children: 3
..................... 7 KOPET, Margaret Mary Ellen b: 15 Jun 1920 in Spokane, Washington d: 13 Oct 1995 in West LaFayette, IN Number of children: 2
......................... +COOLBAUGH, Wesley b: 06 Sep 1919 in Avery, ID d: 30 Dec 2002 in West LaFayette, IN m: 01 Jul 1941 in Spokane, WA Father: Roland Ray COOLBAUGH Mother: Gena OLSEN Number of children: 2
..................... 7 KOPET, Donald Howard b: 07 Mar 1924 in Spokane, Washington d: 22 Nov 1984 in Portland, OR Number of children: 4
......................... +GUNDRY, Eudora Camille b: 05 Feb 1925 in Spokane, Washington d: 11 Apr 2006 in Wilsonville, OR Father: George Frederick GUNDRY Mother: Camille BERRY Number of children: 4
................. 6 KOPET, John b: May 1886 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 1922 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 4
..................... +PROCHASKA, Julia b: 1885 in NE Iowa d: 1962 in Prairie du Chien, Crawfored Co, WI Number of children: 4
..................... 7 KOPET, Lawrence
..................... 7 KOPET, Albert b: 1909 d: 1973 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI
..................... 7 KOPET, Helen b: 1914 d: 1961
..................... 7 KOPET, Arlene Mary Agnes b: 20 Jan 1923 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI d: 13 Oct 1996 in Maquoketa, Jackson Co, IA Burial: Calvary Cem, Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI.
......................... +EDWARDS, Corlile Edgar b: 13 Jul 1917 in Clinton, Clinton Co, IA d: 20 Dec 1974 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Burial: Calvary Cem, Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI. m: 01 May 1946 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Father: Orville EDWARDS Mother: Anna PORTER
................. 6 KOPET, Rosa b: 01 Oct 1886 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 30 Oct 1957 in Winneshiek Co, IA Number of children: 4
..................... +MAPSON, Ralph b: 18 Aug 1881 d: 01 Jul 1945 in Winneshiek Co, IA m: 1906 in Winneshiek Co, IA Number of children: 4
..................... 7 MAPSON, Loretta
..................... 7 MAPSON, Anne b: 01 Apr 1910 d: 03 Jun 1979
......................... +RITTENHOUSE, Unknown
..................... 7 MAPSON, Norman b: 06 May 1922 d: 24 Jun 1994
..................... 7 MAPSON, Margery b: 01 Oct 1911 d: 28 Jan 1943
................. 6 KOPET, Agnes b: Jan 1890 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: 1972 Number of children: 6
..................... +LIPKE, Edward b: 1896 d: 1938 Number of children: 6
..................... 7 LIPKE, Joyce Number of children: 2
......................... +DERANTIZ, Sidney Number of children: 2
..................... 7 LIPKE, Arnold b: 03 Sep 1918 d: 10 Oct 1973
..................... 7 LIPKE, Lyle b: 22 Jul 1921 in Prairie du Chien, Grand Co, WI d: 31 Dec 2002 in La Crosse, WI
..................... 7 LIPKE, Virgil b: Jan 1924 d: 22 Mar 1966
..................... 7 LIPKE, Gladys b: 1929 d: 1938
..................... 7 LIPKE, Donald b: 21 Nov 1931 d: 03 Nov 1994
................. 6 KOPET, Frank R. b: 15 May 1893 in Spillville, Winneshiek Co, Iowa d: Oct 1958 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 8
..................... +JOHNSON, Sadie Marie b: 15 Aug 1903 d: 15 Oct 1995 in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co, IA Father: Sherman T. JOHNSON Mother: Lillian ORTLOFF Number of children: 8
..................... 7 KOPET, Robert Lewis b: 03 Nov 1925 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI d: 07 Sep 2000 in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co, IA Number of children: 5
......................... +RITTER, Shirley b: 24 Sep 1926 d: 21 Apr 2000 in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co, IA Number of children: 5
..................... 7 KOPET, John Raymond b: 04 Nov 1927 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI d: 2007 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, MN Number of children: 2
......................... +UNKNOWN, Anna May Number of children: 2
..................... 7 KOPET, Frank Eugene b: 17 Jun 1930 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI d: 11 Jan 1999 in St. Paul, Hennepin Co, MN Number of children: 4
......................... +KELLY, Rosetta Number of children: 4
..................... 7 KOPET, Verna Louise b: 04 Apr 1933 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 4
......................... +FRANKE, Floyd b: 13 May 1930 d: 05 Oct 2007 in Prairie du Chien, Grant Co, WI Number of children: 4
..................... 7 KOPET, Joseph Daniel b: 06 Apr 1935 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 3
......................... +UNKNOWN, Annette Number of children: 3
..................... 7 KOPET, James Allen b: 15 May 1941 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 3
......................... +YEATER, Margaret b: 17 Mar 1940 Number of children: 3
..................... 7 KOPET, Lois Jean b: 13 Jun 1943 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI Number of children: 3
......................... +KAAD, Peter Number of children: 3
..................... *2nd Husband of KOPET, Lois Jean:
......................... +ZEEB, Jerome
..................... 7 KOPET, Larry Eugene b: 01 Feb 1946 in Dubuque, Dubuque Co, IA Number of children: 3
......................... +KOLOSKE, Linda Lu b: 25 May 1950 in Watertown, WI Number of children: 3
............. 5 KOPET, Mary b: 1862 in Bohemia d: 1944 in Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co, WI
..... 3 KOPET, Elizabeth b: 08 Oct 1781 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia d: 13 Jan 1783 in Zdar, 2m NxNE of Protivin, South Bohemia
. *2nd Wife of KOPET, Matej:
..... +JENDRA, Maria Anna b: Abt. 1755 d: 20 May 1845 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Father: Jakub JENDRA Mother: Rozina SUCHY Number of children: 7
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 04 Sep 1788 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Thomas b: 19 Feb 1790 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Joseph b: 07 Feb 1793 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Number of children: 9
......... +HRUBECKY, Maria b: 14 Jan 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 29 Dec 1853 in Budicovice, Bohemia m: 17 Feb 1822 in Budicovice, Bohemia Father: Anton HRUBECKY Mother: Marie REZABEK Note 4: Surname analogs; Hrubecka, Hrubecky. Number of children: 9
......... 4 KOPET, Anna b: in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia Number of children: 1
............. +PASLICEK, Unknown b: in Krc, 2mi SE of Protivin, South Bohemia Number of children: 1
............. 5 PASLICEK, Jan b: in Krc, 2mi SE of Protivin, South, Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Vojtech b: 07 Jul 1818 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Katerina b: 20 Nov 1821 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Marie b: 11 Jan 1824 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wencel b: 27 Jan 1826 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Tomas b: 18 Dec 1828 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Jan b: 19 Jul 1831 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South BohemiaBudicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Wojtech b: 12 Sep 1834 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Mar 1835 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Mathias Mike b: 07 Feb 1836 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 12 Oct 1912 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Sec 7, unmarked grave, Montgomery, SeSueur Co, MN. Note 5: 23 Dec 1870 Immigration, on SS Rhine to NY City. Note 6: 1880 Census; farming, Montgomery Twp, LeSueur Co, MN. Note 17: Cause of death; nephritis (renal infection), senility. Number of children: 5
............. +UNKNOWN, Catherine Rozena b: 30 Nov 1830 in Horni, Bukovska Region, Bohemia d: 17 Jan 1898 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, sec WSW, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN.
......... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +STANEK, Theresa b: 20 Aug 1833 in South Bohemia d: 21 Dec 1886 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN m: 19 Jan 1864 in Zabori, South Bohemia Father: Jan STANEK Mother: Marie KOPET Note 4: 23 Dec 1870 Immigration, on SS Rhine to NY City, with husb Mathias Kopet. Note 6: Cause of death; apoplexy (stroke). Number of children: 5
............. 5 KOPET, Thomas b: 18 May 1863 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 18 Apr 1935 in Marshfield, Wood Co, WI Note 3: Surname analogs; Kopet, Copet (primary). Note 4: 1890 MN to Unity area, Clark Co, WI. Note 5: Bet. 1890 - 1916 Farmed/logged, Unity area, Clark Co, WI Note 7: 1916 Moved to Marshfield area, Wood Co, WI. Note 11: Sons all lived in Riplinger area, WI. Number of children: 4
................. +JINDRA, Mary b: 1861 d: 1943 in WI m: 22 Sep 1883 in LeSueur Co, MN Note 3: Surname analogs; Jindra, Yendria. Number of children: 4
................. 6 KOPET, Rose May b: 28 Feb 1884 in New Prague, LeSueur Co, MN d: 02 May 1958 in Medford Wood Co, WI. Number of children: 3
..................... +WENDORF, Reuben
................. *2nd Husband of KOPET, Rose May:
..................... +PICKETT, Howard Lynn b: 13 Sep 1876 in Unity, Clark Co, WI d: 25 Jan 1969 in Spencer, Clark Co, WI m: 24 Dec 1898 in Unity, Clark Co, WI Father: Samuel PICKETT Mother: Eliza MULTER Number of children: 3
..................... 7 PICKETT, Norman L. b: 09 May 1902 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 02 Jan 1969 in Dorchester, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 7
......................... +STARTZ, Elizabeth Number of children: 7
..................... 7 PICKETT, Thelma E. b: 1906 in Clark Co, WI d: Aft. 1958 Number of children: 3
......................... +JOHNSON, Walter A. b: 1900 Number of children: 3
..................... 7 PICKETT, Lenila M. b: May 1908 in Clark Co, WI d: Bef. 1958
................. 6 KOPET, Frank b: 15 Jul 1886 in New Prague, LeSueur Co, MN d: 22 Jan 1969 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 1
..................... +KELB, Ottelia b: 14 Apr 1880 in Scott Co, WI d: 28 Jul 1934 in Spencer, Clark Co, WI m: 11 Nov 1905 in Unity, Clark Co, WI Father: John KELB Mother: Clara CAPELLE Number of children: 1
..................... 7 KOPET, Loren Thomas b: 10 Aug 1907 in Marshfield, Wood Co, WI d: 25 Jan 1991 in Spencer, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 4
......................... +RAMER, Agnes b: 1907 d: 1955 Number of children: 4
..................... *2nd Wife of KOPET, Loren Thomas:
......................... +SINGSTOCK, Leona b: 1912 d: 1994
................. *2nd Wife of KOPET, Frank:
..................... +HENDRICKSON, Selma b: 16 Feb 1900 in Beaver, Wood Co, WI d: 02 May 1992 in Colby, Clark Co, WI. m: 23 Jun 1938 in Winona, MN Father: John HENDRICKSON Mother: Lena CARLSON
................. 6 KOPET, Frederick b: 15 Mar 1888 in New Prague, LeSueur Co, MN d: 26 Sep 1977 in Park Falls, WI Burial: Mercer Cem, Mercer Co, WI Number of children: 7
..................... +FULLER, Lillian Mary b: 15 Mar 1893 in Sparta, WI d: 17 Nov 1962 in Portage, WI Burial: Unity Cem, Clark Co, WI. m: 28 Jun 1911 in Spencer, Clark Co, WI Father: Geroge FULLER Mother: Helen PICKETT Number of children: 6
..................... 7 KOPET, Lila Isabell b: 05 Sep 1912 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 24 Mar 1993 in Friendship, WI
......................... +HOFFMAN, Roy Howard b: 31 Jul 1916 in Adams Co, WI d: 17 May 1991 in Friendship, WI m: 05 Feb 1937 in Freindship, WI
..................... 7 KOPET, Leon Edward b: 07 Jan 1914 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 25 Jun 1979 in Wausau, Marathon Co, WI Number of children: 2
......................... +BAUER, Mae Lucille b: 1920 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 KOPET, Agnes Iona b: 27 Jul 1916 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 13 Jul 1994 in Unity Cem, Clark Co, WI. Number of children: 2
......................... +BREUER, Benjamin V. b: 1912 d: 1994 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 KOPET, Leona Dolly b: 14 Feb 1918 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 24 Jul 1987 in Owen, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 4
......................... +KASS, Jack b: 1917 d: 1987
..................... *2nd Husband of KOPET, Leona Dolly:
......................... +CASTNER, Royall b: 1916 d: 1954 Number of children: 4
..................... *3rd Husband of KOPET, Leona Dolly:
......................... +KREGER, Benjamine b: 1918 d: 1990
..................... 7 KOPET, Arnold Ben b: 07 Dec 1919 in Riplinger, Clark Co, WI d: 06 Feb 1996 in Pearson, Langlade Co, WI Number of children: 3
......................... +SCHRIEBER, Mildred Lucille b: 1926 Number of children: 3
..................... 7 KOPET, Cecily Cora b: 03 Sep 1932 in Unity, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 6
......................... +HICKERTHEIR, Elmer b: 1932 Number of children: 6
................. *2nd Wife of KOPET, Frederick:
..................... +REESE, Leona Bertha b: 15 Jul 1921 in Pittsville, WI d: 01 Jun 1991 in Marshfield, Wood Co, WI m: 31 Aug 1945 in Unity, Clark Co, WI Number of children: 1
..................... 7 KOPET, Judy T.
................. 6 KOPET, Edward b: Abt. 1889 in New Prague, LeSueur Co, MN d: 1952
............. 5 KOPET, James Frank b: 28 Sep 1870 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 30 Sep 1934 in New Prague, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 11
................. +CHLAN, Catherine b: 1871 d: 1943 Number of children: 11
................. 6 KOPET, Frank J. b: 07 Apr 1891 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 16 Jun 1970 in Ramsey Co, MN Number of children: 6
..................... +FILIPEK, Frances b: Feb 1893 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: Apr 1989 in MN? m: 13 Oct 1912 Number of children: 6
..................... 7 KOPET, Frank Joseph b: 23 Jul 1913 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 30 Jan 1998 in Dakota Co, MN
..................... 7 KOPET, George H. b: 16 Mar 1920 in MN d: 12 Jan 1996 in Ramsey Co, MN
......................... +UNKNOWN, Rosemary
..................... 7 KOPET, Albert
..................... 7 KOPET, William
..................... 7 KOPET, Emil Thomas b: 02 Apr 1916 in MN d: 09 Sep 2000 in Ramsey Co, MN
......................... +UNKNOWN, Grace
..................... 7 KOPET, Bessie b: 16 Oct 1917 in Rice Co, MN
................. 6 KOPET, Emilie b: 1892
................. 6 KOPET, Wenzeslaus b: 1894 d: 1894
................. 6 KOPET, Mary b: 1896 d: 1896
................. 6 KOPET, James Frank b: 06 Jun 1897 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 21 Oct 1973 in LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 6
..................... +TRICKA, Jennie b: 12 Jul 1905 d: 11 Feb 1937 Number of children: 6
..................... 7 KOPET, Helen b: 10 Nov 1927 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 20 May 1975
......................... +JELINEK, Milton m: 09 Oct 1948
..................... 7 KOPET, Ottila b: 01 Jan 1929 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
......................... +LORENCE, James m: 27 Nov 1953
..................... 7 KOPET, Mary Catherine b: 17 Feb 1930 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
......................... +KNISH, Emil m: 28 Apr 1956
..................... 7 KOPET, James Frank b: 05 Jan 1933 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN
......................... +LARSON, Shirley m: 1956
..................... 7 KOPET, Alvin Robert b: 09 Aug 1934 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 02 Jan 1998 in Scott Co, MN Number of children: 5
......................... +PETE, Dorothy Ann b: 1933 d: 1978 Number of children: 5
..................... 7 KOPET, Joseph Louis b: 02 Feb 1937 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 3
......................... +VAVRA, Shirley b: 1942 Number of children: 3
................. 6 KOPET, Rosy Anna b: 1899 d: 1899
................. 6 KOPET, Bessie Theresa b: 1900
................. 6 KOPET, Thomas J. b: 10 Mar 1902 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 06 Jun 1936 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 1
..................... +TRCKA, Christina b: 12 Jul 1904 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 29 Dec 1974 in Faribault, LeSueur Co, MN m: 19 Aug 1929 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Father: Frank TRCKA Mother: Anna PEXA Number of children: 1
..................... 7 KOPET, Dorothy Anne
................. 6 KOPET, Rose Marie b: 02 Oct 1905 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 1
..................... +UNKNOWN Number of children: 1
..................... 7 UNKNOWN, Unknown b: 10 Mar 1925
................. 6 KOPET, John b: 1909 d: 1909
................. 6 KOPET, Babe b: 1912 d: 1912
............. 5 KOPET, Wenzcel b: Abt. 1871 in Bohemia or MN?
............. 5 KOPET, Eva b: 02 Feb 1873 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 04 Jan 1947 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 8
................. +SHIREK, Jacob b: 1865 d: 1942 in MN Number of children: 8
................. 6 SHIREK, Agnes b: 12 Feb 1891 in Erin Twp, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 3
..................... +CECKA, Thomas Number of children: 3
..................... 7 CECKA, Geroge
..................... 7 CECKA, Lillian
......................... +TONGEN, Unknown
..................... 7 CECKA, Hattie
......................... +LUND, Unknown
................. 6 SHIREK, Joseph Frandk b: 12 Feb 1891 in Erin Twp, LeSueur Co, MN d: 05 Dec 1972 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 1
..................... +VALEK, Agnes M. b: 1896 d: 18 Jan 1983 in Lonsdale, MN m: 14 Jan 1914 in Lonsdale, MN Number of children: 1
..................... 7 SHIREK, Geprge Number of children: 1
......................... +WONDRA, Gladys Number of children: 1
................. 6 SHIREK, Frank M. b: 1893 d: 1959
..................... +VAVRA, Rose Emma b: 1894 d: 1983
................. 6 SHIREK, William F. b: 28 Mar 1896 in LeSueur Co, MN d: 04 Nov 1986 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 2
..................... +NOVOTNY, Cecelia M. b: 1902 in MN d: 1994 in MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN m: 30 Jan 1923 in MN Number of children: 2
..................... 7 SHIREK, Evelyn
......................... +KAISERSATT, Unknown
..................... 7 SHIREK, Lillian
......................... +NOVOTNY, Unknown
................. 6 SHIREK, Edward J. b: 19 Mar 1898 in MN d: 19 Apr 1976 in Scott Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 2
..................... +HANZLIK, Agens Mary b: 28 Feb 1905 d: 19 Jun 1990 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN m: 1925 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 SHIREK, Milton
..................... 7 SHIREK, Richard
................. 6 SHIREK, James Jospeh b: 02 May 1900 in Marshfield, Wood Co, WI d: 19 Sep 1932 in Rice Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Number of children: 2
..................... +VAVRA, Mary b: 17 Mar 1898 in LeCenter, LeSueur Co, MN d: 15 Jan 1961 in Fairbault, Rice Co, MN Burial: Nerstrand, Rice Co, MN m: 19 Jan 1925 Number of children: 2
..................... 7 SHIREK, James Stanley b: 08 May 1928 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 08 Nov 1989 in Belle Plain, Scott Co, MN Number of children: 2
......................... +TIKALSKY, Arvilla Jane Number of children: 2
..................... 7 SHIREK, Marian Rose b: 26 Apr 1932 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 28 Jan 1998 in Orlando, FL Number of children: 3
......................... +WOLFE, Robert John b: 1932 Number of children: 3
................. 6 SHIREK, Anna b: Abt. 1904
................. 6 SHIREK, Bessie b: 1905 d: 1989
..................... +KUCHINKA, Frank b: 1901
............. 5 KOPET, John b: 27 Sep 1873 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN d: 03 Mar 1895 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: St. John's Catholic Cem, sec W, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN. Note 14: Cause of death; cut arm at wood mill, suffered setpic (blood) poisoning.
................. +PECHOTOVA, Josephine b: 1854 d: 1919
......... *3rd Wife of KOPET, Mathias Mike:
............. +PECHOTOVA, Josephine b: Mar 1854 in Bohemia d: 22 Nov 1919 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Burial: Calvary Cem, sec 7, unmarked grave, Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN. m: 13 Nov 1898 in Montgomery, LeSueur Co, MN Father: Joseph PECHOTOVA Mother: Josephine ANDELOVE
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 11 Aug 1795 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 15 Feb 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Antonin b: 16 Nov 1796 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 28 Feb 1862 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia Burial: St. Giles Ch. Cem, Herman village, N. of Budicovice, Bohemia. Number of children: 2
......... +VORISEK, Anna b: 1803 d: 23 Jan 1878 in Budicovice area, Bohemia. Burial: St. Giles Ch. Cem, Herman village, N. of Budicovice, Bohemia. m: 30 Oct 1827 in Budicovice, Bohemia Father: Frantisek VORISEK Mother: Katherine POLANSKY Number of children: 2
......... 4 KOPET, Vaclav b: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia d: 01 Oct 1836 in Budicovice, Bohemia
......... 4 KOPET, Josef b: 16 Jul 1838 in Budicovice, Bohemia Number of children: 2
............. +FOUSEK, Katerina b: 1841 d: 1899 Number of children: 2
............. 5 KOPET, Anna b: 1863
............. 5 KOPET, Josef Number of children: 1
................. +KRVSTUFEK, Barbora Number of children: 1
................. 6 KOPET, Marie b: 28 Nov 1930 Number of children: 1
..................... +MATISKO, Frantisek Number of children: 1
..................... 7 MATISKO, Pavel
..... 3 KOPET, Matej b: 10 Feb 1800 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), South Bohemia d: 08 Feb 1804 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia
..... 3 KOPET, Anna b: 13 Jun 1803 in Budicovice (3mi W of Protivin), Bohemia d: in Fairbault, Rice Co, MN

 



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