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

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My paternal second great grandfather, Jiriho or Jiri “George” Mazac.

Nationality: Moravian.

Born: 1823 Usti, Vsetin, Moravia.

Christened: 1879 Usti, Vsetin, Moravia.

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Died: 1923 in Usti, Vsetin, Moravia.

Married to Annie Marie Skybarove in 1862 in Moravia.

He was a farmer, she was a homemaker. They both worked very hard growing their own food, raising chickens for their eggs and their meat, he hunted deer and cured and stored for the winter. They made deer meat jerky and deer meat sausage, and made jelly and canned it for the winter from the grapes that they grew. Annie sewed all of the clothes for her family.

Jiri and Annie had Jan “John” Mazac (also Macek) baptized in 1865 in Sobotiste, Seneca, Slovakia; 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 August 1891 to Castle Garden, New York, New York in October 1892. Moved to Texas by ship from New York, then by land to 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.

Birth: 1843, Czech Republic
Death: 1923, Czech Republic 

Jiriho or Jiri “George” Mazac also spelled Macek.
Nationality: Moravian
Born: 1823 Usti, Vsetine, Moravia.
Christened: 1879 Usti, Vsetine, Moravia.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Died in 1923 in Usti, Vsetine, Moravia.

Married to Annie Marie Skybarove in 1862 in Moravia.
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; 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 Texas by ship from New York.
~~~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:
Pavil Mazac (1862 – 1917)
Jan Mazac (1863 – 1931)

Burial: 
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: Burial location unknown 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jun 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91945231

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Retired and Loving it. God has blessed me with a loving Christian family and comfortable home, through all of our hard work. My forced retirement has blessed me with enough time to devote to my family genealogy, which is my favorite hobby, besides being a wife and mother, and the time to write about our beloved nation.
Today my mission in life is to help save our beloved America from the “demons” that plot to destroy her “from within”.

My ancestors came to America, Legally, and they helped to build these United States. Yes, they did build that, Hussein!! They came for freedom of religion, for a better life, and the freedom to live as they chose to, and to NOT be robbed to support the lazy liberals, and entitlement children!

That is what the third world hell holes do ROB people to give to others! We have no where to run to! We MUST fight to save our wonderful home. Stand up, Speak out, and Stop the Communist takeover of our dearly loved America. My Czech-Moravian ancestors said: “KRASNA AMERIKA”!=Beautiful America!

Vsetin, Moravia the Homeland of my MAZAC Ancestors

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Vsetín (Czech pronunciation: [ˈfsɛciːn]) is a town in Zlín Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 28,500 inhabitants and lies on the Vsetínská Bečvariver.

The area around Vsetín, called Vsetínsko, is spread out on the foothills of the Vsetín, Hostýn and Vizovice Highlands around the Bečva River. This area features the remains of log houses and cultural monuments of significant importance mainly in Vsetín itself.

The folk culture has been kept alive by Wallachian song and dance groups for many decades. Originally a small town, Vsetín has become an important centre of industrial, economic, cultural and sports life during the last century.

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Vsetínská Bečva is a river in the Czech Republic, the left tributary of the Bečva River. It originates in the Javorníky mountain range at the elevation of 896 m and flows for 59.38 km to Valašské Meziříčí, where it joins with Rožnovská Bečva to form the Bečva River.

It flows through numerous towns and villages, including Velké Karlovice,Karolinka, Nový Hrozenkov, Halenkov, Huslenky, Hovězí, Janová, Ústí, Vsetín,Jablůnka, Pržno, Bystřička, Jarcová and Valašské Meziříčí.