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Vlasak family in Polipsy

Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1334335187000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Vlasak
Looking for information on the Vlasak family of Polipsy, Bohemia. Josef Vlasak is has far back as I have and all I have is his name. His children are Josef, Dominic, Olga and Ignatz. Ignatz came to America in 1873. Josef inherited the family home. Olga disappeared and Dominic died a beggar in Prague in 1899. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!

Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1334420357000
Classification: Query
What was the birth year for Ignatz?
Jean

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Posted: 1335373221000
Classification: Query
Ignatz was born 2 Feb 1825.

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Posted: 1335373251000
Classification: Query
Ignatz was born 2 Feb 1825.

Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1336552659000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1340409371000

I have no new information about your family, but I am sending to you a copy of Cadastre map from year 1838. Here is written Ignatz Wlasak (maybe father of Joseph, grandfather of your Ignatz) as an owner of house Nr.17 (yellow means wooden construction), near church of All Saints in Polipsy. He is, as you can see, also written Wlasak Ignatz, owner of the field. Maps are on http://archivnimapy.cuzk.cz

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Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1336888866000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Vlasak
David,

Are you related to the Vlasak family?
Thank you so much for this map. You made my day. This will give me more to go from to find records of them there. It is harder to find family in the foreign records.
Thanks again!
Jennifer

Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1336889735000
Classification: Query
I would like to look through the maps on the site also, but can't make heads or tails of it. How did you find the Polipsy maps on there? Which link? Thank you.

Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1336897363000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1340409317000

I am not related to the Vlasak family. First http://archivnimapy.cuzk.cz/index_temp_20.html and then click on Stabilni katastr and search on map - it is unfortunately only in Czech. The whole procedure it's a bit difficult to explain.
I guess a direct link will work:
http://archivnimapy.cuzk.cz/skici/skici/CAS/CAS441018380/CAS...
You can also try http://archivnimapy.cuzk.cz/cio/data/main/cio_query_01.html?...
there is a selection of different maps,

Re: Vlasak family in Polipsy

Posted: 1336899427000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1340409282000

One more little detail - monument to victims of first World War in Polipsy: the right of the road (about half of the hill) leading from the church down to the village.
Inscription: In memory of fallen soldiers 1914 - 1918,
Bosticka Fr. 1888, Cernik Jar. 1886, Havlicek Al. 1888, Jakoubek Fr. 1879, Kronus Ed. 1897, Kronus Fr. 1895, Masek Ant. 1885, Slavicek Jos. 1889, Slavicek Vac. 1897, Jos. Sticha 1868, Sticha Al. 1897, Vyborny Ant. 1892, Vlasak Fr. 1875 (maybe son of Joseph?), Jos. Vacík 1882, Zeman Fr. 1889 (=year of birth)
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Posted: 1337270074000
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I found it. Thanks again!
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