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SEDLACEK, Anna C., 1850, Serowitz, Tabor, Bohemia/Czech; HONEL, Vienna, Austria
Posted by: John Fischer (ID *****9555) Date: December 13, 2008 at 20:54:30
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SEDLACEK, Anna Christina, HÖNEL
Looking for ancestors, relatives, siblings and descendants of Anna Christina SEDLACEK, b. abt 1850 in Serowitz/Cernovice/Zirovnice, District of Tábor/Pocatek, Tábor, Bohemia/Czech. d. unknown, Austria? Married to Johann Edmund HÖNEL b. 1833 in Serowitz/Cernovice/Zirovnice, District of Tábor/Pocatek, Tábor, Bohemia/Czech. d. Unknown, Austria? Married Oct. 24, 1870 in St. Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Church, District III, Erdberg, Vienna (Wien), Austria. Johann served eleven years in the Austrian Army. He served on the Italian front during the war with Prussia in 1860 and was also stationed in the seaport of Königsberg, Prussia (now called Kaliningrad and part of Soviet Russia). Children include Pauline M. HÖNEL, b Jul 26, 1872, Antonia A. HÖNEL b. Jan 1, 1875, Josephine HÖNEL b. 1876, and Leopold R. HÖNEL b. Sept 18, 1880 all born in Vienna (Wien). Baptismal records for the four children are located in the parish house of St. Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Church, District III, Erdberg, Vienna (Wien), Austria. An old address given for Anna Christina SEDLACEK is: Letowitz, Brunner, Mahren, Austria. Language was German.


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