Re: Frantiska Mendlik, Bohemian immigrated here abt. 1865-1869
Thanks for your help.This is what I found so far:
Frantisek Mendllik (father, farm worker of Probulov. No. 14, Mirovice District, county of Pisek, Bohemia) and Barbara Urbanovac (Derban), daughter of Joseph Derban, of Novo Sedlo and Maria Prolinova) married on June 9, 1855 in Staro Dedlo, Bohemia St. Prokop
Frantisek (Franz) Mendlik (B.1832 Bohemia D. around 1910 possibly in Bay City, MI) married Maria Prolinova ....Maria's father Jon Prolin, farm worker of Zdakov (No. 9 Mirovice District, County of Pisek, Bohemia) and Katerina, nee Matuska, of Kvetov. Married June 9, 1855 at St. Prokop Church by Parish priest Ant. Gottwald.Witnesses were Jan Hridal, administrator of the estat of Nove Dvory, and Jan Zeman farmer of Probulov-
This couple live in Technice in the Distr. of Mirovits, County of Pisek in Bohemia.Franz was an innkeeper and butcher.
Came to the U.S. in 1866 via Bremen to Cleveland, Ohio.They received their passport on October 26, 1866 in the District Office of Mirovits.It was valid for 3 years.
1)Mary (B. 1856 Bohemia D. 1940 in Bay City, MI.) married Anthony Daniels.Anthony's parents were from Poland name was Danieluski shortened to Daniels.
2) Anastasia (B. 7-28-1859 in Bohemia, D. August 1946 in cleveland, Ohio) married Anton Horak
3) Josefa (B. April 8, 1863 D. at age 20 from typhoid)
4) Anna (B. April 28, 1866 Bohemia, D. September 22, 1968 in Bay City, MI) married Joseph Cerny in Cleveland, Ohio and they came to Bay City, MI.
5) Frank (Manelik) (B. October 19, 1871 in Cleveland, Ohio, D. in 1934 in Akron, Ohio.He was a machinest for an Akron tire company.Frank married Lucy Vetrovsky.He had a child named Hariet.