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Page #    House # or topic       Surnames       Other
3 thru 10         x                             x                         introduction
11                   x                             x                         crops and Suchdol cemetery
12 x x explains that book is in 3 parts: earliest history, village life, people & hses. Compiler? Adolf Benda
13 x Kratochvil mentionned history incl. nobles, abt. land, water, places. Ref. to year 1711.
14 x x Bor, Trebon, Tust, Hrdlorezy
15 x Cada Tri-Facky, Hrdlorezy, Suchdol, Bor, Dvory nad Luz., Tust.  Korbel & Divoky mentionned.
16 – 28 mentionned Bicek? Pond U Hadac, Trpnouze, Tust.  Bicek? forge or corner
17 x x Bor, Salmanovice, Trpnouze, & land piece/parcel designations (Hrdl. #8 & 9) incl. timber. parcels1-23
18 x Koranda pieces/parcels 24 thru #45.  #45 mentions Bor. Koranda hill in parcel 34
19, top x x parcels in the village, numbers and names.
19, bottom  – 1 “U Sazmu” p20 Sazma #1 was a cottage for #2, probably on #2’s land.
19, bottom  – 1 “U Sazmu” p20 Homolka, Bartholomew #1 was a cottage on #2’s land.  To Homolka’s dau.Teresa in1931 when she m. Lliska
20, top –  2 “U Sazmu dome” p21 Homolka vulgo Sazma dome=small hse.Bartolomej Homolka, then his son Jan. Ref. to Josef Krombholz & his son Vilem. Ref. to 1711.
20, bottom x x Margin note:  Annexed & supplement to number description (of) 1 & 2.  No text on the page for this.
21, top –  3, “U Divoky”, p22 Divoky, Tomas Tomas (to America), Antonin, Jakub got in 1857,etc .A Jacob d 1970.  Ref. to year 1740.
21, bottom –  4, parcel 84 Koranda Vaclav K- d.1959, dau. Marie m. Vochozka.  Son Frantisek Koranda. JN has translation
22, top –  5″U Divoky Cottage” p23 Divoky farm, Antonin Divoky, Jakub D- d. 1970 & his sons Karel who was sick and Josef. Ref. to 1930
22, bottom  – 7 “U Tetour” p32 Tetour farmer who held #6 was Hynek Cada at 22. Jan Tetour in1909, wf Marie. Thier son Jan & wf Marie.
22, bottom  – 7 “U Tetour” p32 Cada, Hynek Hynek Cada of #22 mentionned in Tetour house info.
23  – 6, parcel 33 Vochozka Voch. went USA (O.Jct.). Then:Aschbauer, Cada, Koranda,Homolka,the State, Homolka

23 – 6, parcel 33  Aschbauer
23 –  6, parcel 33 Cada, Hynek

23 –  6, parcel 33 Koranda

12 – 6, parcel 33  Homolka, Jan d.1939, Marie Homolka&sonMiloslav, the State, Miloslav Homolka.
24, top – 8 “U Vojtu”, p25 Vojta also Tomas Divoky, went USA, then Vojtech Cisar.  Ref. to Jan Vratneho of Klikov
24, bottom –  9 “U Dudacku”p.28 Dudacek 1874 Frant. Dudacek & son Jan  went USA 1885.
24, bottom –  9 “U Dudacku”p.28 Mikl, Josef Mikl took over in 1885?  His son Karl and dau. Teresie mentionned.
25, top –  10, “U Kovar”,p30 Homolka 1970 Jan Homolka d.   Kovar = blacksmith. #10’s blacksmith was Frant. Vostrak till got #16 in 1902.
25, bottom –  11 “U Zemanek” p31 Zemanek Vaclav Zemanek & his wife Albina.  Ref. to Cada #22
26 –  12 “U Korbelu”,p36/1 Korbel
26 –  12 “U Korbelu”,p36/1 Serhakl a Serhakl m. a Korbel
27, top –  13 “U Srafice”, p81 Nestaval In 1912 Matej Nestaval held.
27, bottom –  14 ” U Bazal”,p40/1 Drnek Jan Drnek in 1711. Nestaval from Dvory nad Luz. & Sazma mentionned
28, top -14 ” U Bazal”,p40/1 Nestaval see Drnek at #14
28, top -14 ” U Bazal”,p40/1 Kandera
28, bottom- 15 “U Vach”,p42 Vach/Vacha from Suchdol in 1711.  Serhakl got 15 by 1850s. Ref. to hse #12, Korbel. Ref to Zmeskal
29- 16 “U Korandu”, p43 Koranda Kor. fr.1674 when Rehor K- came fr Bor to take over Florian farm. Sazma held in 1857. JN has translation.
29 -16 “U Korandu”, p43 Sazma Josef Jos.Sazma of 28, related to Kor.- went 16 ‘tween 1827 & 1855. Had son Frantisek & dau. Marie m. Zmeskal.
29 -16 “U Korandu”, p43 Zmeskal, Josef Jos. Z- from #15 m. Marie Sazma, dau of Jos. S-, and took over 16.
30, top -17 “U Vostraku”,p45 Koranda (blt on 16’s land, was Koranda until…)1902 (r. Josef Kor.’s wife d. & he went USA) sold to Vostrak.
30, top -17 “U Vostraku”,p45 Vostrak, Frant. Vostrak, blacksmith fr #10 bought in 1902 from Hynek Koranda (prob. Josef). In 2005 owned by Mr. Herman.
30, bottom -18 “U Pazderne”,p46 Sazma, Vojtech Owned in 1961 by Frant. Mackovi
31, top- 19 “U Bartusku” Bartusek, Vaclav p.52/1 & 52/2. Rosalie Holy, Vojtech Sebesta mentionned.  I think 19 was a hunting lodge.
31, bottom -20 “U Homolka”, p2/1 Homolka, Jan m. Marie from Tust.  Son Josef & Marie b. Cisar held later.
32, top -21 “U Dudaku”, p3 Nestaval, Matej from hse 50. ref. to Tikalsky & Karl Homolka,  Jan Kojan, Frantisek Macek, Jan Kandera.
32, bottom -22 “U Cada”, p6 Cada 1711 yr.was Cada fr Suchdol. U Marousek, Kugl or Keegl & Zemanek are mentionned.
33, top -22 “U Cada”, p6 Cada, Hynek Ref. to 1918 and 1920 political changes. I think Cada pub went to 1955.  Jan Vondraska mentionned.
33, bottom -23 “Hasicska kolna” Fire house p 86.  Hrdlorezy fire dept. formed 1907.
34, top -24 “U Kolaru” ,p8 Lejsek from 1711. Ref. to USA, & Jakub Stanek & his son Vavrinec & V’s son Vaclav.
34, bottom -25 ” U Kucharu”, p10 Kuchar from 1711.  Tomas Divoky of #3 & Frantisek Divoky of #49 mentionned.
35, top- 25 ” U Kucharu”, p10 Divoky Frantisek and Karel Divoky mentinned.
35, bottom -26 “U Marousku” Marousek p.53/1, from 1711, Cada fr #22, Novotny, Adamec, Graf mentionned
36, top- 27 “U Bicku chalupe” Bicek p.78 (Bicek cottage). Katerina and Jan Sazma mentionned.
36, top -27 “U Bicku chalupe” Sazma, Vojtech p78 (Bicek cottage).
36, bottom -28 “U Bicku dome” Sazma (Bicek house), p.17/1,17/2,71/2, fr. 1711, 3 or 4 Sazma mentionned
37, top -28 “U Bicku dome” Cech, Jakub Ladislav Knap mentionned
37, bottom -29 “U Kamisu”, p15 Kamis Trsek, Ondrej then held.  Then his son Josef Trsek.
38, top -30, “U Matousu”,p19 Matous 30 called Matousu cuz Matous (Matej) Sazma fr 28 lived there.  Sazma had lots of property, e. end of town.
38, top -30, “U Matousu”, p19 Sazma, Matous Matous Sazma fr 28 held 30.  Ref. to Frantisek Sazma. Ref. to Koranda and to Prybil.
38, top -30, “U Matousu”, p19 Prybil  Prybil fom Nemeckeho (Dvory nad Luz.) is mentionned with Sazma info.
38, top -30, “U Matousu”, p19 Koranda Frantisek Koranda & a dau. (his?), Alzbeta Koranda ar mentionned in Sazma house info.
38, bottom -31 “U Cepaku” Cepak Vojt. Cepak m.? Marie Cepakova who d. 1965, had son Vojtech. Buric & Homolka mentionned.
38, bottom -31, p74/1 & 76/2 Buric Ondrej Buric & wife Marie Homolka fr #2, he d. 1918.  I think Cepak got 31 in 1925.  See Cepak.
38, bottom -31, p74/1 & 76/2 Homolka Marie Homolka m. Ondrej Buric, she fr #2, had 31 in 1896 & prob. till 1925.  See Cepak.
39, top -32 “U Korbelu chalupe” Pasek p.1, (Korbel cottage), Pasek, Korbel, Nestaval, & Koranda mentionned
39, bottom -33 U Roubiku”, p.76 Novak, Vit then Tomas Roubik & wife Teresa. Then Stanislav Houdka.
40, top- 34 “U Cisaru”, p.77 Zemanek, Jakub & son Bartholomew Zemanek, then dau. m. Jan Cisar & held. Miloslav Cisar later.
40, bottom -35 “U Bicku hospode” Sazma, Vojtech (Bicek pub), p.82, Sazma fr. #28, his son Rudolf held.  Vaclav Dlouhy & Adolf Vojnar mentionned.
41, top -35 “U Bicku hospode” Cisar Drahuska Cisarova in 1964.  Was jednoty (standing alone), apparently outside the village.
41, bottom -36 “U Fuchsu”, p.50 Fuchs Josef Kromlhota & Viktor Fuchs mentionned.
42, top- 37 “U Myslivne”,p.50 x Gamekeeper’s lodge. Several residents are named and presumed were gamekeepers for the nobility.
42, bottom -38 “U Hynkovce”,p.26 Hynek Frantisek & Jan Sazma are mentionned.
43, top -39 “U Krejcu”, p56 Herbert Dedina held later.
43, top -39 “U Krejcu”, p56 Dedina held after Herbert.
43, bottom -40 “U Cisaru”,p60 Cisar, Josef Son Tomas Cisar held, & Ladislav Cisar, & Frant. Koranda son of Vaclav of #47 (or Vaclav was son of Frant.)
44, top -41 “U Kalcu”, p57 Koranda  muddy field? Krombholrovi?, Josef & Jan Jindra mentionned.
44, bottom- 42 “U Binu”,p55 Bina, Jakub first Roubik, Dvorak, Jakub Bina, Jan Bina, Kodymovi mentionned in that order.
45, top -43 “U Drnku”,p 40/2 Drnek, Frantisek & Jan Drnek recently. First Nestaval, Pirka, Ploc, then Drnek.
45, bottom- 44 “U Bayerlingu”, p53/2 Cada, Tomas then Frant. Graf then Kaspar Baierling/Bayerling, then Bohuslav Baierling, then Jan Baierling
46, top -45 “U Klimu”, p.87 Klima, Frantisek just built in 1929?  Usually numbers match order of construction (#1 was first, etc.).
46, bottom -46 “U Bendu”, p29 Benda, Adolf Jan Homolka named first, then Adolf Benda.  Vojtech Ragina mentionned.
47, top -47 “U Matejku”, p.90 Koranda, Vaclav Vac. Koranda fr #30 blt. 47? in 1932. I think dau. Zdenka m. Miroslav Kodyma of Klikov and owned 47.
47, bottom -48 “U Homolku”, p2/2 Homolka, Vaclav blt 48 in 1933? Adolf Benda & Miloslav Homolka mentionned.
48, top -49 “U Kucharu cottage” Divoky, Frantisek p.11, blt on 25’s land? (25 was Kuchar). Frant. Divoky and his son Karel owned.
48, bottom -50 “U Pumparu”, p. 39 Nestaval, Matej blt on 14’s land? Jakub Nestaval held, & his son-in-law Josef Vavruska. Later owned by Kamila Barcika?
49, top -51 “U Kocu”, p.83 Kronika, Jan blt in 1912. Jan Kronika’s dau. m.? Frant. Kolar & held.
49, bottom -52 “U Kovaru”, p.34/2 Cada, Hynek Matej Macho, Hermina Benda, Anna Cada, Antonin Tuma, Ladislav Novotny, Vac. Homolka, Tomas & Paul Kovar.
50, top -53 “U Buricu”, p59 Buric Matej Buric had farm.  Kopriva & Tikalsky & Kris mentionned. In west end of Hrdlorezy
50, top -53 “U Buricu”, p59 Kopriva Frantisek Kopriva to America in 1922 w/wife & 2 kids.  Marie Kopriva mentionned.
50, top -53 “U Buricu”, p59 Tikalsky Tomas Tikalsky & his son-in-law Jaroslav Kriz.  Tomas there in 1954?  Kriz had wf Vlasta b. Tikalsky
50, top -53 “U Buricu”, p59 Kriz Jaroslav Kriz m. Vlasta Tikalsky, d/o Tomas.  Lkived in 53 in mid 1900s.
50, bottom -54 “U Vanku”, p62 Vanka/Vanek Frantisek Vanka m.? Alzbeta Sazma? Ref. to Klikova.  Milusi Vankova m. Frant. Trusou or Prusou in 20th cent.
50, bottom -54 “U Vanku”, p62 Benhardt family Benhardt apparently had 54 bef. going to America.  Mentionned in Vanka house info.
50, bottom -54 “U Vanku”, p62 Sazma Frant. Sazma had 54 between Benharts and Vanka, I think.  His dau. Alzbeta m. Frant. Vanka?
50, bottom -54 “U Vanku”, p62 Trusou Frantisek Trusou or Prusou m. Milusi Vanka in 1957.  Probably lived in 54.
50, bottom -54 “U Vanku”, p62 Prusou see Trusou in this hse
51, top -55 “Homolka u rybnika” Homolka (Homolka at the pond),p34/1, Jan Homolka had in ca.1921, his son Josef (d. 1970) in ca.1949. Ref toBuric&Cada
51, top -55 “Homolka u rybnika” Cada Hynek Cada mentionned, might have had #55 bef. Buric & Homolka.
51, top -55 “Homolka u rybnika” Buric Ondrej & Marie Buric are mentionned, might have had 55 before Homolka.
51, bottom -56 “U Rudolfu”, p61 Rudolf Rudolf Sazma blt in 1820.  Rudolf was a surname but the hse called U Rudolfu might ref. to his given name.
51, bottom -56 “U Rudolfu”, p61 Sazma Rudolf Sazma had 56 in 1820, his son Matej & son or g’son Frant. in 1880. Frant.’s son Adolf & wf Anna had 56.
52, top -57 “U Luksu”, p.63 Dedina Dedina blt, then Jan Cisar, Frant. Trsek, Lukas Kandera, Karel Potesil.
52, bottom -58 “U Kocaru”, p.65 Zemanek, Mikulas Zemanek, then Jan Macho.
53, top -59 “U Barusky Cisaru” Cisar, Frantisek p.85, Frant. Cisar of #40 blt it, his son Miloslav then owned, then Frant. Jerabek.
53, bottom -60 “U Cisaru na dolejsku” Cisar, Adolf (the lower Cisar’s), p.88, stayed Cisar for several years.
54, top -61 “U Kalatu”, p58 Kalat, Jan then son Tomas Kalat. Frantisek Tikalsky mentionned.
54, bottom -62 “U Bartosu”, p.54 Bartosu Blt by Barbara Divoky? Jan Potesil and son Josef Potesil owned later.
55, top -63 “U Vacku”, p.64 Drnek, Vit Vit Drnek blt it. Antonin & dau. Rozina Sazma, and Anna Florian mentionned.
55, bottom -64 “Zastavka ” Hrdl., p66 Adensam Not a regular hse/farm. Adensa, Bayerling, Tikalsky, Havel mentionned.
56, top -65 “Sazma u zastavky” Sazma, Frantisek p.89, not regular hse/farm. Vanek and Reitmeier mentionned.
56, bottom -66 “U Stani Cisaru” Tikalsky, Tomas p.91, T.T. from #21 blt., later owned by Stan. Cisar fr #8.
57, top -67 “U Kroniku”, p93 Kronika, Jan J.K. from #51
57, bottom -68 “U Hermanu”, p__ Herman, Jan his wife was b. Marie Vostrak fr #17.  I think it is Jan’s son who owns #17 now.
58, top -Kaplicka (chapel) x built or replaced in 1816.
58, bottom -Drubezarna x poultry farm.
59, top -“Stary kravin” on #26 x (old cowshed) on farmstead #26
59, bottom -“Novy kravin”, p. 92/3 x (new cowshed). This is a very thorough description of the village.
60 thru 65- x x these pages are blank in the chronicle.
66 – 68, top -under Austria-Hungary x Hrdlorezy as community (on) border of Austria-Hungary (empire). Description or history?
68 bott.& 69- Housing & Furniture x Margin note:  Housing & furniture.
70 & 71 -Hsg, Furn. & Tools x Margin note:  Housing & furniture & tools
72 -Dormitory ? x Margin note:  Dormitory for temporary workers?
73 -Residents & Jobs x Margin note:  Residents of the village & their jobs. No names.
74 thru 79 -Agri work, implements… x Margin note:  Procedures agricultural work – tools and implements
80 -Plots & reform x Margin note:  Renting plots – Plots reform (after 1848?)
81 thru 83 -Clothes & Residents x Margin note:  Clothes/costumes – inhabitants. No names.
83 bott.-86 top- Shoes & residents x Margin note:  Footwear – Inhabitants.  No names.
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Tikalsky, Jan fr.#5. Ref. to #39
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Vojnar?, Adolf fr. #29
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Bartos, Josef fr. #18
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Graf, Frantisek joiner or cabinet maker
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Nestaval, Jakub fr #50
86, bottom -Trades & Tradesmen Nestaval, Frantisek fr. #13
87 -Trades, Merchants, etc. Navratil, Frantisesk fr. #5
87 -Trades, Merchants, etc. Koranda fr. #40.  blacksmith?
87 -Trades, Merchants, etc. Cada, Hynek fr. #22 “U Cadu” became the village pub in 1880, after Marousek in 26.
87 -Trades, Merchants, etc. Sazma, Rudolf fr. #35
87 -Trades, Merchants, etc. Marousek fr. #26 “U Marousku” was pub until 1880, I think, then Cada had pub.
88 -Blato (mud/peat) Homolka, Bart. Margin note:  Blato ___ Bart Homolky born 1868
89 -Blato (mud/peat) x Margin note:  Blato
90 thru 93, top -Amusements x Marin note:  Amusements & Customs
93, most of – Fairs & religion x Margin note:  Fairs and Religion
94 thru 95- Life before WWI? x Margin note:  citizens life before WWI?
96 -Removal to America Koranda, Josef Margin note:  removal to America, Josef Koranda b. 1840 (not matched to a lineage I know). My Josef K- b. 1830.
97 & 98, top- Conscription/recruits… x Margin note:  Conscription recruits ____ by Austria-Hungary
98, bott. & 99 -Schools x Margin note:  Schools before WWI
100 thru 103 -before World War x life? bef.World War (I) – Died in foreign lands?  See names in this d.base.  Others are on page 100.
100 thru 103 -before World War Sazma, Vojtech fr #28, married, d.? at Russian front.
100 thru 103 -before World War Zmeskal, Frantisek fr. Nemeck (Dvory nad Luz.), married, d.? at Russian front.
100 thru 103 -before World War Novak, Frantisek fr. #33, married, d.? at Russian front.
100 thru 103 -before World War Serhakl, Frantisek fr. #12, unmarried, died…
100 thru 103 -before World War Pasek, Vojtech fr. #32, unmarried. d.? at Poland
100 thru 103 -before World War Sazma, Karel fr. #56, unmarried. d.? at Russian front, at Premysel Fortress
100 thru 103 -before World War Buric, Jan fr. #55, unmarried, d.? at Serbia
100 thru 103 -before World War Bumba, Josef fr #29, unmarried, d.? at Serbia
100 thru 103 -before World War Zemanek, Adolf fr. #34, unmarried, d.? at Poland
100 thru 103 -before World War Kamis, Karel fr #18, unmarried, d.? at Poland
100 thru 103 -before World War Herbert, Hynek fr. #39, unmarried, Zabyvat? Pr…..
100 thru 103 -before World War Adensam?, Frantisek fr. #64, unmarried, d.? at Serbia
104 -between WWI & II? Sazma, Frantisek Margin note: early years? post war & before (2nd?) war.  Sazma of #56 was mayor.
104 -between WWI & II? Homolka, Jan Margin note:  early years? post war & before (2nd?) war.  Homolka of #6 was mayor, twice I think.
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Serhakl, Josef Margin note: building road across town Hrdlorezy, in 1924?  Serhakl of #12
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Tsrka?, Josef Margin note: buiding road across town Hrdl.  Tsrka? of #29. 1924?
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Koranda, Frantisek Margin note:  building road across town Hrdl.  Koranda of #30. 1924?
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Cisar, Adolf Margin note:  building road across town Hrdl.  Cisar was mayor & of #60. 1924?
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Divoky, Jakub Margin note:  building road across town Hrdl.  Divoky of #3 was mayor. 1924?
105 & 106, top -bldg road in Hrdl. Divoky, Frantisek Margin note:  building road across town Hrdl.  Divoky of #25 was mayor. 1924?
106,bott.&107 -Disaster in 1961 x Margin note:  Unconrolled disaster in 1961.Ref. to #14, 34, & 29.  Ref. to several years prior to 1961
108 -Farm crisis, 1932-37 x Margin note:  Farm crisis 1932 up to 1937.
108, very bott.- Bus stop? x Margin note:  ______ bus station for cattle?  Ref. to years 1933 and 1946.
109 -Events of 1937 & ’38 Koranda, Vaclav Margin note:  Happenings in years 1937 and 1938. Ref. to Adolf Hitler. Vac. Koranda of #4 was mayor.
110 -1938 Sazma, Jan Margin note:  Year 1938. Ref. to Bicek, and Jan Sazma of 28.
110 -1938 Divoky, Jakub Margin note:  Year 1938. Jakub Divoky of #3.
111 -Protectorate 1st year Bayerling, Frantisek Margin note:  Protectorate first year.  re:  government. Frant. B- b. 1908, at 44?
112 thru 117 -World War II Vojnar or Vojnaz, Adolf Margin note:  Second World War. Adolf on page 112 might not have been a local.
112 thru 117 -World War II Cigler/Zigler, Jan  Margin note:  2nd World War.  Jan on pg. 113 might not have been a local.
112 thru 117 -World War II Koranda, Vaclav Margin note:  2nd World War.  Koranda on pg. 113 was mayor in 1941.
112 thru 117 -World War II Fuchs, Victor Margin note:  2nd World War.  Fuchs on pg. 113 was German, perhaps not a local.
112 thru 117 -World War II Cisar, Adolf Margin note:  2nd World War.  Cisar mentionned twice on pg. 113
112 thru 117 -World War II Vondraskova, Helena Margin note:  2nd World War.  Helena on pg. 113, bottom of page.
112 thru 117 -World War II Cisar, Ladislav Margin note:  2nd World War.  Cisar of #59, maybe at Suchdol.  twice on pg.114. father of Frantiska?
112 thru 117 -World War II Fuchs, Karl Margin note:  2nd World War.  Fuchs of Suchdol, s/o a Cz. mother.  twic on pg. 114
112 thru 117 -World War II Cisar, Frantiska Margin note:  2nd World War.  pg. 114, dau. of Ladislav?
112 thru 117 -World War II Sazma, Rudolf Margin note:  2nd World War. pg. 115, top line.
112 thru 117 -World War II Homolka, Marie Margin note:  2nd World War. pg. 115. Marie’s son? Miloslav at #6.
112 thru 117 -World War II Homolka, Miloslav Margin note:  2nd World War.  twice on pg. 115, Miloslav at #6, maybe son of Marie.
112 thru 117 -World War II Vanek, Frantisek Margin note:  2nd World War.  Frant. of #54, on pg. 115, ref. to 1945.
112 thru 117 -World War II Stanek, Vaclav Margin note:  2nd World War.  pg. 116, Vaclav of #24.
112 thru 117 -World War II Divoky, Frantisek Margin note:  2nd World War. pg. 116. Frant. of #25.
112 thru 117 -World War II x Margin note:  2nd World War.  Middle of pg. 116 says Hrdl. was the last railroad stop in Bohemia…..
112 thru 117 -World War II Fuchs, Victor Margin note:  2nd World War. pg. 117, Commissioner Fuchs, perhaps not a local.
112 thru 117 -World War II Porod, Marie Margin note:  2nd World War. pg. 117 has Marie of #47 twice.
118 -Post war years Vanek, Frantisek Margin note:  First postwar years & electrification of Hrdl. Frant. of #54. (1945+)
118 -Post war years Koranda, Vaclav Margin note:  First postwar years & electrification of Hrdl. Vaclav of #4. Got electricity?
118 -Post war years Benda, Adolf Margin note:  First postwar years & electrification of Hrdl. Adolf of #46.
119 & 120 -Post war years Fuchs, Victor Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War. Victor on pg.120 twice, commissioner at #36, I think German.
119 & 120 -Post war years Sazma, Rudolf Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War.  Rudolf on pg. 120. Ref. to Communism.
121 -Post war years & library Nestaval, Matej Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War, Library. Matej at #13.  Library might have been at #36 & #18.
121 -Post war years & library Sazma, Frantisek Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War, Library.  Frant. at #56.
121 -Post war years & library Benda, Adolf Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War, Library.  Adolf at #46.
121 -Post war years & library Kriz, Jaroslav Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War, Library. Jaroslav at #53.
121 -Post war years & library x Margin note:  First years after 2nd World War, Library.  Hrdl.’s name Bohmisch Schachen (Bohmschachen) here.
122 -Post war, transportation? Stanek, Frantisek Margin note:  First years after 2nd WW, transportation? & culture. Frant. fr. #24?
122 -Post war, transportation? Liska, Jan Margin note:  First years after 2nd WW, transportation? & culture. Jan fr. #1 on here twice.
122 -Post war, transportation? Herman, Jan Margin note:  First years after 2nd WW, transportation? & culture. Jan bought #17.
122 -Post war, transportation? Kupka, Mirek Margin note:  First years after 2nd WW, transportation? & culture. Mirek of #37. Ref. to 1957.
122 -Post war, transportation? x Margin note:  First years after 2nd WW, transportation? & culture. #36 was pub, showed film, had TV?
123 -Fire protection Sazma, Jan & Vojtech Margin note:  Protection against fires. Jan & Vojtech of #28. Firefighters? ca. 1960.
123 -Fire protection Homolka, Jan Margin note:  Protection against fires.  Jan of #6. A firefighter? ca. 1960.
123 -Fire protection Zmeskal, Jan Margin note:  Protection against fires.  Jan of #15. A firefighter? ca. 1960.
123 -Fire protection Kronika, Frant. Margin note:  Protection against fires.  Frant. of #36. A firefighter? ca. 1960.
123 -Fire protection Sazma, Jaroslav Margin note:  Protection against fires.  Jaroslav of #29. A firefighter? ca. 1960.
123 -Fire protection Prusa, Frantisek Margin note:  Protection against fires.  Frantisek of #54.  A firefighter? ca. 1960.
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 x Margin note:  Years 1950 to 1961.  pg 124: Adolf Vojnar, Frant. Vanek, Josef Homolka #20, Stan. Houdek #33,
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 x Margin note:  Yrs 1950-’61. pg.124: Stanislav Dedina #39, Jan Herman #17. pg.125: no names. Ref. to school.
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 Divoky, Frantiska Margin note:  Yrs 1950-’61. pg.126: Crops. Frantiska of #25, her land and crops.
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 x Margin note:  Yrs 1950-’61. pg 127: Trsek29,Cisar34,40&59,Homolka47,55&20,Dedina39,Houdek33,Kronika,no#.
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 x Margin note:  Yrs 1950-’61. pg 127: Vondrasek22,Sazma56,Tetour7,Potesil57&62,Vavrousek50,Adamec26?
124 thru 127 -Years 1950 – 1961 x Margin note:  Yrs 1950-’61. pg 127: Jaroslav Prnik or Trnik #61.  This page about farms.
128 -Years 1956 – 1961 x Margin note:  Yrs 1956-’61. pg.128 has no names.  Ref. to #26.  Crops.
129 -Years 1956 – 1961 x Margin note: Yrs1956-’61, st. of Czechoslovakia.pg129:Serhakl12,Zmeskal16,Stanek24,Divoky3&25,Sazma28
129 -Years 1956 – 1961 x Margin note: Yrs1956-’61, st. of Czechoslovakia. bott. of 129: #3,24,25&28 re-built?, Ref.#12&16 for other.
130 -1957 & 1958 x Many names, probably residents & hse #s in 1958 including Ruzena Vostrakova of #17.
131 thru 134 -1958 – 1961 x A few names on 131 & 132, and several on 133, 1 on 134.
135 & 136 -1961 thru 1963 x A few names incl. Jan Herman.  #35 was probably jednota (outside the village).
137 & 138 -1961 thru 1965 x Several names: residents in 1964 incl Jan Herman at #68.
139 & 140 -1965 & 1966 x No names seen on these pages.
141 & 142 -1966 & 1967 x Some names & hse #s in 1967, incl. Zmeskal at 16.
143 -Origin of name Hrdlorezy x one name, Bohmisch Schachel = Cesky lesik (Bohemian grove). Bohmisch Schachen = Ceske hrdla (throat). ?
144 -Masters & people? x Low on pg: 26 Dec 1927 the pub “U Bicku”…. demolished?  Ref. to #28 & to chronicles of Suchdol & Dvory nad L.
145 thru 147 -1968 – 1970 Cisar, Stanislav No names except Cisar, mayor in ’68 & ’69. Some hse #s. In ’70 a catastrophe re:  a pond?  end of chronicle.
Notes: p = parcel.  wf = wife Compiled by Diane McClure & Judy Nelson in 2010.  For pages, ask JudyNelson08@gmail.com
The original chronicle was photocopied in Czech Rep. by Olga Cerna and Drs. Robert Dulfer of Rozmberk Society and Czech Ancestry.