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  • Vaclav Pitr BLECHA[1, 2, 3]

    Male 1858 -


    Personal Information    |    Notes    |    Sources    |    Event Map    |    All    |    PDF

    • Name Vaclav Pitr BLECHA  [4, 5
      Born 29 Jun 1858  House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 3
      Christened 30 Jun 1858  House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 5
      Gender Male 
      Person ID I5949  Blecha/McDaniel
      Last Modified 3 May 2017 

      Father Jan BLECHA,   b. 30 Jul 1827, Kladruby No. 30, Bohemia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Feb 1900, Podmokly No. 115, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
      Mother Annastazie HULKOVA,   b. 8 Oct 1832, House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Aug 1895, House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years) 
      Married 20 Oct 1856  Zvikovec, Bohemia Find all individuals with events at this location  [6, 7
      Notes 
      • In the marriage record for Jan, it appears that his father is listed as Vaclav, but this has to be the same son of Frantisek from Kladruby 30.

        [7]
      Family ID F527  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

      Family Josefa BORNOVA,   b. Bujesily, Bohemia Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Children 
      +1. Josefa BLECHOVA
      Last Modified 2 Jun 2015 
      Family ID F2945  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    • Event Map
      Link to Google MapsBorn - 29 Jun 1858 - House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Link to Google Earth
      Link to Google MapsChristened - 30 Jun 1858 - House #46, Podmokly, Czech Republic Link to Google Earth
       = Link to Google Earth 

    • Notes 
      • From Vaclav's baptism record (as well as other children)

        Parish register of Zvíkovec No. 4, book of baptisms
        Leaf: 148-149r
        Date of birth: Oct. 29, 1858
        Date of baptism: Oct. 30, 1858
        Baptizing priest:
        Name of a child: Vaclav
        Religion: Catholic
        Gender: male
        Legitimate
        Place and house number: Podmokly No. 46
        Midwife:
        Father: Jan Blecha, houser at Podmokly No. 46, son of Frantisek Blecha (deceased), houser from Podmokly, and Anna Sommerova from Podmokly.
        Mother: Annastasie Hulka, daughter of Jan Hulka (deceased), houser from Podmokly No. 46, and Maria Richderova from Podmokly No. 40
        Godparents:
        Language of record: Czech


        Updated Report:

        Birth record of Jan Blecha's children

        Parish register of Zvíkovec No. 4, book of baptisms, 1850-1868
        Page: 184-185
        Date of birth: Jun 29, 1858*
        Date of baptism: Jun 30, 1858
        Baptizing priest: Josef Dvorák, parish priest
        Name of a child: VÁCLAV PITR
        Religion: Catholic
        Gender: male
        Legitimate
        Father: Jan Blecha, tenant from Podmokly No. 46, son of + Wáclaw Blecha from Suchomelka** by Prasný Újezd, and Anna Bornová from Bujesily
        Mother: Annastasie, daughter of + Ján Hulka, tenant from Podmokly No. 46, and Marie Richterowa from Podmokly No. 46
        Place and house number: Podmokly No. 46
        Godparents: Václav Tjsl, tenant from Podmokly No. 53; + + + Marie, wife of Ján Breburda, housekeeper at parsonage, from No. 33, signed by parish priest
        Midwife: Johana Thorowa from Zvíkovec, examined
        Language of record: Czech
        * Though the spelling of the month looks like "ríjna" (= October), actually it is "r??na" (= June). R??en is an older term used for Cerven = June, it was used mostly during the period of Czech National Revival (second half of 19th century)
        **Suchomelka was a small hamlet east of Kladruby

    • Sources 
      1. [S752] Denni Hlasatel: April 18, 1912: Cover article, written in Czech, about attempted murder and suicide of Frank Blecha.

      2. [S833] Parish register of Zvikovec No. 4, book of baptisms, 1850-1868, P. 148-149.

      3. [S917] Parish register of Zvikovec No. 4 book of baptisms, 1850-1868., (As stored in the archives in Plzen, Czech Republic), P. 184-185.

      4. [S1174] Blecha Family Tree from Jan Zajicek.

      5. [S1267] Czech Church Records for Birth Death Marriage, Zvikovec 04, Page 95 of 205.
        Actual Image at: http://www.portafontium.cz/iipimage/30070547/zvikovec-04_0950-n


      6. [S1169] Jan Zajicek Email.

      7. [S1795] Czech Church Records for Marriages, Birth, Deaths, Zvikovec 06, Page 211 of 283, Bottom entry.
        Marriage record for Jan Blecha and Anna Hulkova in 1856
        Actual image at: http://www.portafontium.cz/iipimage/30070549/zvikovec-06_2110-o?x=17&y=657&w=429&h=147



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