My Paternal First Grand Uncle, John Jerry Mazac, Williamson County, Texas

Bessie, Joe, Effie, & Frank Mazac, 1910, Granger, Williamson County, Texas

Elizabeth “Bessie” Annie (my grandmother), and siblings,  John, Effie, and Frank Mazac, Williamson County, Texas, c.1912

MAZAC Family Farm, John Jerry Mazac and his niece, Agnes Rainie Frederick, Granger, Williamson, Texas, c. 1920’s

Bessie (Mazac) Frederick and daughter, Agnes Rainie Frederick, and brother, John Mazac, Granger, Williamson, Texas, c. 1917

Jan & Marie Mazac, Granger, Williamson County, Texas, 1904. (back row from left) Bessie, Rosalie, Jan, Albert, Robert. (front row from left) Joseph, Emma, Olga (little girl with headband), Frank, Mary (baby-Vlasta), Marie, and Bertha Mazac.

John Jerry Mazac
 
Birth: Jan. 6, 1899
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Death: Jul. 15, 1966
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA

My first paternal grand uncle, John Jerry Mazac, son of Jan “John” & Marie “Mary” (Dudika) Mazac. Czech-Moravian Catholic.

He married Matilda “Tillie” Krampota on 3 November 1925 in Williamson county, Texas. She was the daughter of Josef “Joe” & Agnes (Kalinec) Krampota.

Father of Raymond John Mazac, of Taylor, Texas, and Elizabeth Agnes Mazac (Orr).

1900 CENSUS FOR CORN HILL, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS SHOWS JAN AND MARIE MAZAC WITH CHILDREN: ROZALIE AGE 19, MARIE AGE 6, ALBERT AGE 16, ROBERT AGE 10, JOSEF AGE 9, BESSIE AGE 5, EMMA AGE 4, EFFIE AGE 2, JOHN AGE 1, AND BERTHA MAZAC.

name:John Mazac
birthplace:Texas
relationship to head of household:Son
residence:Justice Precinct 2, Williamson, Texas
marital status:Single
race :White
gender:Male
immigration year:
father’s birthplace:Austria
mother’s birthplace:Austria
family number:231
page number:17
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self John Mazac M 47y Austria
wife Mary Mazac F 48y Austria
son Robert Mazac M 19y Austria
sonJoe Mazac M 18y Austria
dauMary Mazac F 16y Texas
dau Bessie Mazac F 13y Texas
dau Emma Mazac F 12y Texas
dau Eva Mazac F 11y Texas
son John Mazac M 10y Texas
dau Bertha Mazac F 9y Texas
dau Olga Mazac F 8y Texas
son Frank Mazac M 7y Texas
dau Vlaster Mazac F 6y Texas

name:John Mazac
residence:, Williamson, Texas
estimated birth year:1899
age:21
birthplace:Texas
relationship to head of household:Son
gender:Male
race:White
marital status:Single
father’s birthplace:Moravia
mother’s birthplace:Moravia
film number:1821857
digital folder number:4390329
image number:00435
sheet number:25
Household Gender Age Birthplace
selfJohn MazacM56yMoravia
wifeMary MazacF57yMoravia
sonJohn MazacM21yTexas
dauOlga MazacF18yTexas
sonFrank MazacM17yTexas
dauVlasta MazacF16yTexas
selfJack CookM22yTexas
wife Amanda CookF17yTexas

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH RECORDS FOR TEXAS SHOWS JOHN MAZAC SS#456-28-7529, DIED: 15 JULY 1966 IN GRANGER, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS 76530.

first name:John
middle name:
last name:Mazac
name suffix:
birth date:6 January 1899
social security number:456-28-7529
place of issuance:Texas
last residence:Williamson, Texas
zip code of last residence:76530
death date:15 July 1966
estimated age at death:67
Citing this Record
“United States Social Security Death Index,” index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J12K-QM6 : accessed 29 Sep 2012), John Mazac, 15 July 1966; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

Family links:
Parents:
Jan Mazac (1863 – 1931)
Annie Marie (Dudika) Mazac (1862 – 1939)

Spouse:
Matilda “Tillie ” (Krampota) Mazac (1902 – 1955)


 
Burial:
Holy Cross Cemetery
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Plot: Row 13

Maintained by: TEXAS TUDORS
Originally Created by: John Christeson
Record added: Feb 01, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24312364

Jiriho/Jiri “George” Mazac~~My Paternal Second Great Grandfather~~Moravia

Jiri & Jan Mazac(Macek) from here

Jiriho (Jiri) “George” Mazac

Birth: 1843, Usti, Vsetin, Morava, Czech Republic 
Death: 1923, Usti, Vsetin, Morava, Czech Republic 
Jiriho or Jiri “George” Mazac also spelled Macek.

Nationality: Moravian Born: 1843 Usti, Vsetin, Moravia.

Christened: 1879 Usti, Vsetine, Morava.

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Died in 1923 in Usti, Vsetin, Morava.

Married to Annie Marie Skybarove in 1862 in Morava.

He was a farmer, she was a homemaker.

He was my 2nd. Paternal Great Grandfather.

Jiri and Annie had Jan “John” Mazac (also Macek) baptized in 1865 in Sobotiste, Seneca, Slovakia; and Pavel “Paul” Mazac also spelled Pawel Macek, also baptized in Sobotiste, Seneca, Slovakia in 1869.

My Paternal Great Grandfather, Jan “John” Mazac, their son and his wife, Annie Marie “Mary”(Dudika) Mazac emigrated from Moravia in June 1892 to Castle Garden, New York, New York in August 1892.

Moved to Granger, Williamson County, Texas.~~~source Mazac Family History book from Mazac Family Reunions, transcribed by Sally Frederick Tudor, President 1995-1998 Mazac Annual Family Reunion, in Granger, Williamson County, Texas, 1998.

So far, I have found no record of where in Moravia, that Jiri and Annie (Skybarove)Mazac are buried.

Family links:

Spouse: Annie Marie Skybarove Mazac (1844 – 1925)

Children: Jan Mazac (1863 – 1931) 

Burial:Specifically: Believed to be buried in Vsetin, Moravia, Exact location unknown 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS

Record added: Jun 15, 2012

Find A Grave Memorial# 91945231 

My Paternal Great Grandmother~~Annie Marie “Mary” (Dudika) Mazac

Annie Marie Mary <i>Dudika</i> Mazac

Annie Marie “Mary” (Dudika) Mazac, Rosie Havelka (Nemec), & her Mom-Rozalie (Mazac) Havelka, near railroad tracks, Granger, Williamson County, Texas, c. 1920’s.

 
Added by: TEXAS TUDORS
Annie Marie Mary <i>Dudika</i> Mazac
Added by: TEXAS TUDORS
Annie Marie Mary <i>Dudika</i> Mazac

My Paternal Great Grandmother, Daughter of Tomas “Tom” Dudika (also known as Dudik) & Evy “Eve” (Chlevestanove) Dudika of Mala Bystrici, Novy Jiovin, Moravia.
Wife of Jan “John” Mazac, Mother of 21 children.
Emigrated on 19 January 1892 from Moravia to Ellis Island, New York, New York. Moved to Texas to meet her husband, John Mazac.

[LEO BACA’S BOOK ON CZECH IMMIGRATION:
MARIE MAZAC, AGE 29, ARRIVED ON JAN. 19, 1892 IN NEW YORK ON THE SHIP EIDER FROM MORAVIA, WITH ROZALIE AGE 8, ROBERT AGE 2, AND JOSEF AGE 1/2 [6 MONTHS] BOUND FOR TEXAS. IMMIGRATION PAPERS SHOW MAZAC, MARIE, DCERA TOMASE DUDIKA, DOMKARE V MALE BYSTRICI A JEHO MANZELKY EVY CHLEVESTANOVE.]

Hard working Farmers. Settled in Granger, Taylor, and Corn Hill, Williamson County, Texas areas.

Children: Rosalie, Albert, Anton, Andrew, Joe #1, Steve, Johnnie, Robert Albert, Frank, Johnny #2, Marie, Elizabeth Annie (Bessie), Emma, Effie, Eva (baby), John Joseph, Alberta “Bertha”, Olga, Frank Joseph, and Vlasta Mary Mazac.
Loving wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother.
Hardworking Czech-Moravian, farmer’s wife, and a devout Catholic. Member of the SPJST.

Member of the St.Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church in Granger, Williamson County, Texas. Mary & John Mazac helped build the St. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church, in Granger, Williamson County, Texas.

Note: Burial Information taken from Williamson County Cemetery Book, Vol.1.

Family links:
Parents:
Tomas Dudika (1842 – 1922)
Evy Chlevestanove Dudika (1843 – 1925)

Spouse:
Jan Mazac (1863 – 1931)

Children:
Rozalie Mazac Havelka (1884 – 1949)
Joe Frank Mazac (1891 – 1959)
Marie Mazac Motloch (1894 – 1968)
Elizabeth Annie Mazac Frederick (1895 – 1977)
Effie Mazac Hurta (1898 – 1979)
John Joseph Mazac (1899 – 1966)
Frank Joseph Mazac (1902 – 1990)
Vlasta Mary Mazac Konecny (1904 – 1999)
 
Burial:
Holy Cross Cemetery
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21074105

My Paternal, Moravian, Grandparents~Hardworking American Patriots

my paternal, Moravian grandparents

Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Barrett, TX

my paternal grandmother

Granger, Williamson County, TX

My paternal grandmother, was Elizabeth Annie “Bessie” Mazac. She married Charles “Charlie” F. Frederick on 12 October 12, 1914 at the St. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church in Granger, Williamson County, Texas. They were hard working, farmers, who never lived off others, but worked and made their own way. They worked for everything that they had which wasn’t much materially. They lived for their families. Moravia and Bohemia are now Czechoslovakia. The Moravians dream was to own their own land. In Moravia, there was little chance of that. My Grandfather emigrated here at the age of 16, and lived a hard life. He received his U.S Citizenship by serving in the Czech-Slovak division of the U.S. Army in World War I in France.