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Veronica Sue Valenta Camarillo (#47330337)
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Bio Photo I have been doing family research since 1988.

Surnames: VALENTA, SIMICEK, BAKER, KELLOGG, MATOCHA, LESAK to name a few.

I am able to take pictures in Gonzales County only right now.

Also willing to do research on Czechs in Gonzales County, Texas.
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Matt
RE: Joseph Velek
Not at all. It shows his Czech heritage, so it's great to have that!
Added by Matt on Nov 22, 2014 3:03 PM
Kinfolk News
Marker photos for L.B. and Ruth Owen
Thanks a bunch for the marker photos. Very much appreciated!
Added by Kinfolk News on Nov 10, 2014 9:23 PM
Linda Wiesner
Rosina Baca obituary - thanks!
Veronica,
Thank you very much for finding and adding the obituary for my g-g-grandmother, Rosina Baca. What a find! I'm going to work on a translation.
I would like to find the obituary for her husband, my g-g-grandfather John (Jan) Baca, who died in 1915. How could I access these old Novy Domov newspapers? Thanks so much!
Linda Wiesner

Added by Linda Wiesner on Nov 03, 2014 8:30 PM
Victoria Valenta
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That would be awesome! My email is victoria.valenta@austin.utexas.edu.

Thank you so much!!
Victoria
Added by Victoria Valenta on Oct 07, 2014 5:48 AM
Victoria Valenta
Bohus Valenta
Hi Veronica,

My name is Victoria Valenta and I am the great grand daughter of Bohus and Rosie Valenta, and grand daughter of Frank and Evelyn Valenta. I recently came across this website and for the first time saw a picture of Bohus and Rose Valenta as well as Bohus' brothers and their wives. I was just wondering if you have a family tree created or any other pictures or family history that you could share with me.

Thanks,
Victoria
Added by Victoria Valenta on Oct 05, 2014 12:37 PM
Susan
RE: Strouhal
Hi Veronica,
You are welcome. Yesterday I was able to confirm his sister's Amelia's final resting place (memorial 42686944. I have requested that she be linked to the family. Ted actually was listed on the 1920 census as living with her and her family.
It is always exciting to find family.
Have a nice day,
Susan
Added by Susan on Apr 09, 2014 7:51 AM
teresa meyer
RE: Ferdinand Jalufka
By all means, YES. How in the world did you get that? I guess I'll google translate it. I can't wait to see it. Thanks a bunch!!
My family will be surprise. Thanks again.
Added by teresa meyer on Apr 02, 2014 5:05 PM
James
Grossman
I think someone along the way asked Find a Grave to combine Shiner Cemetery and SPJST but they are actually two different cemeteries. I have asked Find a Grave to delete the reference saying that they are the same and to move your picture to the new SPJST Cemetery that I created but it is taking a while for them to get around to it.

The SPJST cemetery that I created is now nearly correct with only a few memorials that still remain in Shiner Cemetery that should be in SPJST. I hate asking people to move their memorials as long as it still says these two cemeteries are the same cemetery because they won't understand.

To move memorials just click on the edit tab that is right beside the transfer memorial tab. Then you will see where you can edit cemetery information. That is where you can choose a different cemetery.

Thanks, James
Added by James on Mar 18, 2014 11:41 AM
Husband & Wife❣
Hey Veronica....
Not as of yet....If I do....I will send your way!!
Added by Husband & Wife❣ on Mar 07, 2014 8:09 PM
Mike Jaska
RE: Czech Veterans
Veronica--

I added your two uncles to my virtual cemetery of Czech-American Veterans.

I'm not sure if you are interested in this type of thing, but you can request your Uncle Jerome's Official Military Personnel Record (OMPF) Archival Record (over 62 years ago) from the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO.

Unfortunately, most of the Army records from 1912 to 1959 were destroyed in a 1973 fire that ravaged the Center so they may not have much left.

I'll e-mail you separately with more National Archives information.

Mike Jaska
Added by Mike Jaska on Feb 19, 2014 3:45 PM
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