Czech Republic Bohemia and Moravia

- Updated 29 November 2007 -

Visit our Question and Answer forum for tips on Czech family research. Be sure to post your family information there when you stop by.

You can now Czech out the weather forecast and current conditions for the Czech Republic and the towns of Brno, Cervena, Cheb, Churanov, Holesov, Kocelovice, Kostelni Myslova, Liberec, Milesovka, Ostrava, Prague Libus, Prague, Pribyslav, Primda, and Usti Nad Orlici.

Check out our Map Resource section and find out how to get free village maps from the Library of Congress.

The Family Tree Maker 2008 is now available. It's a great gift idea.

Post your surnames and villages of interest on the internet along with your email contact information. Send email to to add your surnames and villages to this page along with email contact information. There is no charge and the only restriction is that the surnames must be from the Czech Republic - Bohemia or Moravia and related areas. For Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn names we suggest posting at Searching in Slovakia

To contact a family researcher listed here just click on their email address on this page.

You can You can Order Birth and Death Records Online! at It's a great way to add a generation as in most cases you will also get parent's information.

Print out a free 10 Generation Relationship Chart that takes all the mysteries out of First Cousin, Twice Removed.

We have a backlog of months of postings that we are now catching up on. A special thanks to Gary W. Skarka and Gene Kocsis for helping us get messages ready for posting here in the past.

Search US Federal Census Records on line at Ancestry.

Browse through great Czech Items on eBay for unique gift items and collectibles.

Stop at our What's New page on a regular basis to see the latest additions to our site.

The alphabetic index to Czeching Out Our Ancestors has been updated with all postings through 31 July 1999.

Czech Chicken Noodle Soup recipe by Alena Getvertova along with memories and traditions about this Czech favorite and great on line reading. Don't miss it.

You will enjoy the Czech, Bomenian and Moravian Christmas site and the Eastern European Wedding Traditions pages.

New Listings for the Month of November 2007

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To post your surnames and email address leave email to with surnames and locations. The only restriction is that the surnames must be from the Czech Republic, Bohemia, Moravia or related areas.

To contact a poster in the Searching area, just click on the email address of the poster.
The Czech, Carpatho-Rusyn, and and Slovak Chat area is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your use.
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