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151 Born at home 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Antoinette Marie (I10574)
 
152 Born at home 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Anton John (I10575)
 
153 Born at home 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Emil Frank (I10576)
 
154 Born at home 5 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Henrietta Angeline (I10589)
 
155 Born at home 5 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Henry Albert (I10591)
 
156 Born at home East of Bison Simunek, Rose Ann (I10579)
 
157 Born at home on a farm 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry Severin, Robert Julius (I10656)
 
158 Born at home on farm. Severin, Bertha Ann (I10651)
 
159 Born at home on the family farm; died at Blevin's Popcorn.

Social Security Number: 505-48-2408.

As a child, had rheumatic fever. Had open heart surgery. Died at the Popcorn Plant of a heart attack and was taken to Fremont Hospital where he was declared dead. 
Soukup, Anton Frank (I80)
 
160 Born at home. Patocka, Ervin Anton (I10635)
 
161 Born at home. Patocka, Vincent Franklin (I10638)
 
162 Born at Schuyler Hospital Soukup, Janel Katherine (I85)
 
163 Born in a dugout on the family farm 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry. The Family Document has the birth location as Goltry but that village did not exist before 1904. The hamlet of Alvarettta existed between 1893 and 1904 and was less than a mile from Anton Severin's homestead. Severin, Albert Frank (I10567)
 
164 Born in a dugout on the family farm 4 miles South and 1 mile East of Goltry. The Family Document has the birth location as Goltry but that village did not exist before 1904. The hamlet of Alvarettta existed between 1893 and 1904 and was less than a mile from Anton Severin's homestead. Severin, Mary Cecilla (I10568)
 
165 Born in a farm house near Bison Simunek, Emil Frank (I10381)
 
166 Born in farm home east of Goltry Navratil, Emma Josephine (I10380)
 
167 Born in Plasi, Saunders County, Nebraska Kubik, Frank J. (I9870)
 
168 Born in rural Touhy. Pekarek, Emma (I9512)
 
169 Born in rural Wahoo area Severin, Helen Lilly (I10252)
 
170 Born in St. Mary's Hospital Simunek, Gerald Lee (I10395)
 
171 Born in the home of her parents Markes, Elverda Ann (I10508)
 
172 Born in the home of his parents Pospisil, William John (I10507)
 
173 Born near Valparaiso Suchy, Joe H. (I10791)
 
174 Born on a farm Nemec, Mary (I105)
 
175 Born on a farm Rezac, Leonard A. (I102)
 
176 Born on a farm near Bison, OK Fuksa, Emil Bernard (I10379)
 
177 Born on a farm North of Crescent, OK. Williams, Katherine Carrie (I10657)
 
178 Born on a farm three miles east of North Bend. Howe, Frank D. (I3705)
 
179 Born on farm East of Bison. Simunek, Joseph J. (I10582)
 
180 Born on farm home East of Bison Fuxa, Bessie Lillie (I10577)
 
181 Born on the family farm Hakel, Lawrence John (I10889)
 
182 Born on the family farm.
Some records have the birth in Goltry but that village did not exist until 1904.
His father homesteaded one mile East of the then village Alvaretta. 
Hakel, Emil John (I10271)
 
183 Born on the farm. Pekarek, Louis Thomas (I10781)
 
184 Born on the farm. Meyer, Glendell Wayne (I11083)
 
185 Born on the Hovorka Farm.

Gladys did not have a given middle name. While in grade school, she felt bad that others had one and gave herself a middle name, Elaine.

Gladys was born at her Mom's sister's Farm. It was common in those years for the doctor to come to the house to help with the birthing.
One of Glady's memories is sliding down the cellar dooor and getting slivers in her behind. Her Dad (Dodo to us kids) had to pull them out. (A great story to tell her grandkids.)
When Gladys was growing up, her family only talked Czech (aka Bohemian) at home. When she went to school, her teacher would only speak English. Gladys went home crying after her first day. Ever since then, she was determined that her kids would not suffer the same embarrassment. Her kids were only taught English at home and never did get a chance to learn Czech, much to their disappointment, although this way their grandparents could talk to each other without them knowing what they were saying. 
Rezac, Gladys Elaine (I81)
 
186 Born to Pete Stejskal who died 1962. His mother later married George Reinhart with Louie changing his last name to Reinhart. Stejskal, Louis (I10459)
 
187 Both parents are deceased; guardian Antonin Dvorak. Kopecek, Frantiska (I2251)
 
188 Buried in Bohemian National Cemetery Kuska, John (I2956)
 
189 Buried in non-catholic cemetery Kozeluh, Terezie (I3288)
 
190 Buried in non-Catholic community Lastovica, Antonin (I3287)
 
191 Buried in Schuyler Cemetary Hovorka, John J. (I123)
 
192 Buried in Schuyler Cemetary Kucera, Agnes J. (I106)
 
193 Buried in the cemetery at the church of St. Jacob by father Kajetan Pohl, parson. Soukup, Jan (I2365)
 
194 Buried in the cemetery at the church of St. Jacob by father Kajetan Pohl. Subera, Anna (I2384)
 
195 Buried on the same day as his wife after she died 20 years after he passed. Remedi, Peter (I10963)
 
196 Burried in Bohemian National Cemetery Buzek, Milo Edward (I2911)
 
197 By way of Nancy Soukup (who provided the added notes); not sourced Source (S36)
 
198 Came to America at age 4 with his parents. Married and settled on a farm in Butler County, 2 miles south and 1 mile east of Linwood, Nebraska in a sod house. When mice and snakes were crawling down through the sod roof, John used to tell his mother "Let's go back where we had a nice house." Then his father, Peter Kucera, hauled lumber with a team of horses from Fremont and built a 2 room house they were proud of and still stood on the farm as of 1946. It was used in 1946 for repairing harnesses and junk. Mr. Kucera, when farming, had 2 fingers cut off by a corn sheller and, when cutting down trees for wood, had a tree fall on his leg which broke his leg. He still liked to work after he retired and helped thrashing on the farm. At 74, he felt better working than sitting around the house (From 50th anniversary, 1946, as recorded by Mrs. John P. Kucera). Kucera, John Peter (I104)
 
199 Caroline Dattel, F, 7, Child
Rosalie Dattel, F, 17, Child
Anton Dattel, M, 15, Child
The country to which they severally belonged: Germany
The country to which they intend to become inhabitants: US
Class: Zwischendeck (Steerage)

«b»Notes«/b»:
Their parents, Josef and Anna Datel arrived in the US on 14 Dec 1867
 
Datel, Rosalie Lidmila (I691)
 
200 Caroline Dattel, F, 8, Geschwister (Sibling)
Rosalie Dattel, F, 17, Single
Anton Dattel, M, 15, Single
Place of birth and residence - Coltiz (Kolec)

«b»Notes«/b»:
Their parents, Josef and Anna Datel arrived in the US on 14 Dec 1867

 
Datel, Rosalie Lidmila (I691)
 

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