I was born and raised in Tomah, WI. Spent 6 years in the U.S. Navy. I had four years on the USS Laffey DD724 and two of which was with the Navy Presidential Honor Guard in Washington D.C. Then 20 years in the WI. National Guard as a full time Mechanic. At present I am a Target Systems Worker at Ft McCoy, WI. I'm married to Donee Janusheske for 40 years. With daughters Kelli, Kristi and son Mitchell. We are Lutheran. My parents are Melvin and Rosemary (Kopenhafer)Pliner. My fathers parents are Frank and Mathilda Beranek Pliner. Franks parents are Wencel and Barbara (Subera) Pliner. Wencel was born in 1846 and came to the U.S. from Potvorov, Czech Republic (Bohemia) which is just north of Plzen . Barbara was born in 1852 and came to U.S. with her mother from Remesin, Czech Republic (Bohemia) just north of Plzen. All together they had 12 Children. Pliner was spelt as Pleiner Plainer and pleyner in Czech Republic
Duplicates: It's never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please let me know.
There is a typo mistake on Joseph "Josef" Beranek's Find A Grave Memorial# 42139501 birthdate. It says he was born and passed away in the same year. It says born Mar. 15, 1893. I believe that should be Born 18 March 1832.
Also the actapublica.eu website no longer carries the Plzen area records. They have been moved to portafontium.eu. Josef Beranek's birth is the 3rd line down here:
Prills in St Pauls Hi Mel, I added a memorial for a baby boy, son of Joseph and Amelia. This information is from the cemetery book. There is no stone for him, but he is supposed to be there and it looks like there might have been a stone in 1986 when it was catlogued. Usually if there is no stone, they put the name in parenthesis, and it was not.
Transfers Mel-If there are transfers you would like-send the requests to me. My grand daughter has survived her MVA and doing well. It was a rough month! Send me those you want and I will transfer them.