Hrdlorezy residents who emigrated to the United States:                                         

Bartusek of Hrdlorezy 57 went to Chicago before 1898.

Bedlan  of Hrdlorezy 45 went to Saline County, Nebraska.

Benda from number 25 went to Chicago in 1867.

Bicek from number 39 & 15 went to Chicago in 1891 & 1892. Bicek from number 28 went to Chicago before September 1884. Bicek from number 20 went to Chicago in approximately 1868 and to Nebraska before 1876.

Cada from number 22 – some went to Chicago, some to Wisconsin in 1858, one from Wisconsin to Nebraska, and 2 to Oxford Junction, Iowa.

Ciml from number 19 —  Jan & family went to Oxford Junction, Iowa in 1882.

Dedina from number 7 went to Chicago in 1872.  Dedina from number 57 went to Chicago in 1876, and to northern Iowa in 1879.

Divoky from number 3 & 4 – Frantisek who married Katerina Lejsek of 24 went to Chicago in 1858 or 1859, and to Oxford Junction 1 year later.  A Divoky went to Saline County, Nebraska.

Dudacek, Jan & Rosalie & children from number 9 went to Chicago in 1884.

Homolka from number 50 & 14 – went to Oxford Junction, Iowa in 1879 and later were the first Czechs in Republic County, Kansas.

Klima from number 12 & 41 – Jakub & wife Marie went to Chicago in 1854.

Kopriva from number 18 went to Chicago before 1893.  Kopriva, Frantisek from number 53 went to USA in 1922.

Koranda from number 16 & 17 – Frantisek went to Oxford Junction, Iowa in 1876 as did his brother Mikulas in 1881, and their father Josef between 1902 and 1904.

Korbel from number 12, 13, and 20 – Jan went to Chicago in 1856, then Oxford Junction, Iowa in 1862 and to Wilber, Nebraska in 1870.

Lejsek from number 24 – Frantisek & wife Alzbeta Kuchar from 25 went to Oxford Junction, Iowa in 1859 or 1860.

Roubik from number 4 went to Chicago in 1882.

Rudolf, Jakub of Hrdlorezy 56 went to Marion County, Kansas.

Sazma from number 2 &  1 – Matej & wife Anna Divoky from number 3 went to USA in 1876, to Illinois and Minnesota, then to Oxford Junction, Iowa, then Nebraska and returned to Oxford Jct.  Sazma widow & 3 daughters from number 28  went to Wisconsin.  Sazma from number 19 went to Chicago  in 1870.

Stanek from number 24 went to Chicago before September 1891.

Tikalsky, Josef from number 37 went to Knox County, Nebraska in 1870.

Vochoska from number 6 & 7 – Jan left in 1875,  Marie in 1877, Josef & Alzbeta in 1879, and their mother (born Anna Serhakl at number 15) & younger siblings in 1884 – all to Oxford Junction, Iowa.

Compiled by Diane McClure and Judy Nelson in Florida USA,  December 2011