GERMAN-BOHEMIAN HERITAGE

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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Dittrich family of Auherzen (Uherce)
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
4 years, 11 months
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Trying to get my mother's Birth Certificate from Sudentenland :-(
by Barbara PJ via
4 years, 12 months
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] St Castelus Church, Ober Sekerzen
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
4 years, 12 months
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Church at Lihn
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
4 years, 12 months
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Church at Lihn
by Jack Schaffer via
4 years, 12 months
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Church at Lihn
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
4 years, 12 months
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Chodoy and Chodischauer rule
by Jack Schaffer via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Find A Grave infections
by miscsearch via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Wenzelsdorf & Althutten
by Leora Wilkes via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Pronunciation of Czech place names
by Dr. Jack B Schaffer via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Pronunciation of Czech place names
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Printing from online Plzen records
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Chodoy and Chodischauer rule
by Carol Hutchins via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Chodoy and Chodischauer rule
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Chodoy and Chodischauer rule
by Biddy Orr via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Place names in Czech Republic
by Dr. Jack B Schaffer via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Place names in Czech Republic
by Dr. Jack B Schaffer via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Place name in Bohemia
by Aida Kraus via
5 years
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Place name in Bohemia
by Aida Kraus via
5 years
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Place name in Bohemia
by Duane/Rita Lamers via
5 years
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