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Duba family in St. Louis

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Duba family in St. Louis

Carol Rogers (View posts)
Posted: 1125255121000
Classification: Query
I'd like to make a contact with any of the descendants of the following Duba family from St. Louis. The parents emigrated from Czech (then called Bohemia) in 1884. They are listed in the 1900 and 1920 census as such:

John Duba

1900 Census - St. Louis
1828 Dolman Street
John HOH Aug 1855 44yrs. mg-16yrs Boh/x3 emg: 1884 stone mason
Mary wife Aug 1858 41yrs. mg-16yrs Boh/x3 emg: 1884 6children/5living
Theresia dau Mch 1887 13yrs. b.MO
Mary dau Mch 1890 10yrs b.MO
John son Mch/Jne? 1892 8yrs. b.MO
Willie son Apr 1895 5yrs. b.MO
Frank son May 1897 2yrs. b.MO

John Duba

1920 Census - St. Louis
3338 Pennsylvania
John HOH 63yrs. Boh/x3 emg: 1875 stone mason/ contract municipal
Mary wife 60yrs. Boh/x3 emg: 1878
Theresa dau 29yrs. single b.MO seamstress/pullman
Mary dau 26yrs. single b.MO forelady/pullman
William son 23yrs. single b.MO shoeworker/shoe factory
Frank son 21yrs. single b.MO painter/RR
Joseph son 18yrs. single b.MO office clerk/RR
Anna dau 15yrs. single b.MO

Please contact me at:

I have ship records for the parents, and information on the mother's family who relates to my own ancestors. My mother and aunt were flower girls in their daughter's wedding.

To my knowledge, the spousal family connections were: Wetzel, Klecka, Haefner, Herman, Reznicek, and Bauer. The mother was nee Komrska, connected to one of the two (thus far unrelated, going back at least two generations) Komrska families in St. Louis back then.

Carol Rogers

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