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Neza (Agnes) Kastelic Praznik Glach and Joseph Praznik and Louis Glach
Posted by: Patti Denson (ID *****0872) Date: March 07, 2003 at 16:06:59
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I am looking for any inofrmation about my Great Grandparents Neza Praznik and Josef Praznik. They came from Austria on June 3, 1903. They were at Ellis Island. I do know that my great grandfather changed his name to Joseph. On my grandfather's birth cetificate she was still going by Neza but we all have known her as Agnes. I am for sure that my great uncle Joseph (Joe) was born in Newcomerstown OH on Dec. 17, 1906. My grandfather was born on March 5, 1912 in Aurora Village MN. They then had another son named John Praznik. I am not for sure of his bithdate, but believe he was born around 1914 or 15. My great grandparents divorced sometimes between 1915 and 1920. My great grandmother came to Texas with Louis Glach or Glatch or Glac sometimes in the very early 20's. They had three children Annie born in 1919, Steve born in 1921 and Louis born in 1925. After my grandfather's death my mother found a letter dated in 1942, along with his birth certificate, concerning correcting spelling mistakes on his birth certificate. In this letter, it stated that they could not make the changes, but HIS SISTER, MRS. JOHN BRACACH OF AURORA MN COULD. My mother had never heard of him having a sister by that name. She also realized that the birth order did not correspond with what she had been told all her life. My mother had heard that my grandfather was second in line and on the birth certificate it stated that he was fifth in line. We are wanting any information concerning my great grandparents and a Mrs. John Bradach of Aurora MN in 1942. My great half uncle told me that there are bones in the closet. Well, we are trying to find them and show my him that there is a skeleton in the closet. Seriously, I am trying to find information to perserve my family history.

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