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I'm trying to find any additional information about my GG Grandparents,
Vince (aka James) DUFEK and Barbora JANSA. As immigrants, alternate
spellings would be Duffek or Jance/Jancey.
Vince and Barbora moved to Pleasant Valley in Dodge County around 1880, and
had four children - James, George, Anna, and Edward/Edwin. I know Vince was
born abt. 1842 in Bohemia, and Barbora was born November 25, 1839 in
Around 1900, the family moved to either North Bend or Fremont, and further
details are sketchy. Just in case anyone has a cross-match, or additional
information in a historical Dodge County book, I would appreciate it.
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So sorry everyone....I sent a "test" message (even misspelled it!) when
I was trying to find a way to print off my address book. I'm in the
process of switching from a Mac to a PC and I'm basically computer
illiterate. Sorry :(
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