Vlasta Mary (Mazac) Konecny

Vlasta Mary <i>Mazac</i> Konecny

Emma (Mazac) Strmiska, Matilda “Tillie” (Krampota) & John Mazac, Adolph & Vlasta (Mazac) Konecny, Williamson County, Texas, about 1925.

Vlasta Mary <i>Mazac</i> Konecny

Matilda (Krampota) Mazac, Vlasta (Mazac) Konecny, Emma (Mazac) Strmiska, Williamson County, Texas, about 1925.

Vlasta Mazac & Frances Strmiska, Granger, TX, about 1924

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

Birth:  Jul. 24, 1904
Granger
Williamson County
Texas, USA
Death:  Apr. 28, 1999
Cleveland
Liberty County
Texas, USA 

“A Loving Daughter, A Loving Sister, A Loving Mother. A Loving Grandmother. A Loving Great-Grandmother. A Loving Aunt and Great Aunt. An Everlasting Friend.”Vlasta was the Moravian daughter of Jan “John” & Annie “Mary” Marie (Dudika) Mazac, of Granger, Williamson County, Texas.Her parents emigrated from Vsetine, Moravia in June 1892. They were hard working farmers. They settled in the Corn Hill, Granger, and Taylor areas in Williamson County, Texas.
She was the wife of Adolph Edward Konecny.She was a devout Catholic. She attended the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Crosby, Harris County, Texas. Vlasta was a Homemaker. Aunt Vlasta dedicated her life to taking care of her family. She was a member of the SPJST.
Vlasta had eleven brothers: Albert, Anton, Andrew, Joe #1, Steve, Johnnie, Robert, Frank, Johnny #2, John Joseph, and Frank Joseph. She had seven sisters: Rosalie, Marie, Bessie, Emma, Effie, Bertha, and Olga Mazac. Vlasta was the Mother of Gladys Konecny (Barnes). She took care of her daughter for many years, until she couldn’t take care of her anymore. One of her Sister’s was my Grandmother, Elizabeth Annie “Bessie” (Mazac) Frederick.

Vlasta had two Granddaughters, Paulette Jean Barnes (Smith), and Stacey Michelle Barnes (White).

Name: Vlasta M Konecny
Titles and Terms (Original):
Also Known As:
2nd Also Known As Name:
3rd Also Known As Name:
Residence Date: 01 Dec 1993-13 Nov 2000
Residence Place: Houston, Texas, United States
Birth Date:
Phone Number: 643-9131
Phone Number Recorded Date: 25 Mar 2008
Address: 5625 Antoine Dr Apt 202
Address Continued: Houston, Texas 77091
Address Date: 01 Dec 1993-13 Nov 2000
2nd Address: 6000 Telephone Rd
2nd Address Continued: Houston, Texas 77087
2nd Address Date: 01 Jun 1993-01 Aug 1994
3rd Address: 4111 Lockfield St
3rd Address Continued: Houston, Texas 77092
3rd Address Date: 01 May 1993-25 Mar 2008
4th Address:

Sources
“United States Public Records Index,” index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KP6D-DMJ : accessed 18 Oct 2013), Vlasta Mary Konecny, 01 Dec 1993-13 Nov 2000.Vlasta has no headstone. 

Family links:
 Parents:
  Jan Mazac (1863 – 1931)
  Annie Marie Dudika Mazac (1862 – 1939)
 
 Spouse:
  Adolph Edward Konecny (1896 – 1982)
 
 Children:
  Gladys Marie Konecny (Barnes) (1933 – 2008)
 
 
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Feb 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24618889

John Jerry Mazac~~My Moravian First Cousin Once Removed~~Granger, Williamson County, Texas

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

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

John Jerry Mazac, Son of Jan “John” & Marie “Mary”  (Dudika) Mazac.Czech-Moravian Catholics.
He married Matilda Krompota in 1918 in Granger, Williamson county, Texas. She was the daughter of Josef & Agnes Krampota.
Father of Raymond John Mazac, of Taylor, Texas, and Elizabeth Mazac Orr.

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

My Paternal Second Great Grandmother, Annie Marie (Skybarove) Mazac

English: Kroměříž Archbishop's Palace, Moravia...

Birth: 1844, Usti, Vsetine, Moravia
Death: 1925, Usti, Vsetine, Moravia
Born and died in Usti, Vsetine, Moravia.
Married Jiriho (Jiri) “George” Mazac in 1862 in Moravia. Annie was a Homemaker and Catholic.
She and Jiri had my Great Grandfather, Jan “John” Mazac.
source Mazac Family History book from Mazac Family Descendants Reunions, transcribed by Sally Frederick Tudor, President 1995-1998 Annual Mazac Family Reunion, Circleville, Williamson, Texas.
So far, I have not found any information on the location of their burial site in Moravia.Family links:
Spouse:
Jiriho/Jiri Mazac (1843 – 1923)

Children:

Pavel “Paul” Mazac (1862-1917)
Jan “John” Mazac (1863 – 1931)

Burial:
Specifically: Burial cemetery unknown
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jun 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91945280
Annie Marie <i>Skybarove</i> Mazac
Added by: TEXAS TUDORS
RIP
TEXAS TUDORS
Added: Jun. 15, 2012
Česky: Moderní verze historického znaku Moravy.
Česky: Moderní verze historického znaku Moravy. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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 Moravian Second Great Grandmother, Evy “Eve” (Chlevestanove) Dudika

Male and female Moravian Slovak costumes worn ...

Birth: 1843, Mala Bystrici, Novy Jiovin, Moravia
Death: 1925, Hrozenkova, Moravia
My Paternal Second Great Grandmother, Evy “Eve” (Chlevestanove) Dudika (also spelled Dudik).
Born: 1843 in Mala Bystrici, Novy Jiovin, Moravia.
Married: 1861 to Tomas Dudika (Dudik) in Hrozenkova, Moravia.Child: Annie Marie “Mary” (Dudika) Mazac.Died: about 1925 in Hrozenkova, Moravia.Family links:
Spouse:
Tomas Dudika (1842 – 1922)

Children:
Annie Marie Dudika Mazac (1862 – 1939)
Note: Buried in Moravia

Burial:
Unknown
Specifically: Burial site unknown
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Feb 05, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104714880
RIP, dear Second Great Grandmother

Historical map of Great Moravia
Historical map of Great Moravia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Kroměříž Archbishop's Palace, Moravia...
English: Kroměříž Archbishop’s Palace, Moravia, Czech Republic

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.