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Moravian Heritage Society

Moravian Heritage Society Website

Postal Address:
28485 Tomball Parkway #381
Tomball, Texas 77375
Telephone: 832-934-2772
Fax 832-934-2784

FEEFHS Representative:
Thomas Hrncirik, A.G.
, Founder
Accredited Genealogist with special skills for genealogy of the Czech Republic.
Please use the above address
eMail address: thrncirik@sbcglobal.net

Who are the Moravians? If you would like to learn more about Moravia, its history and culture, send for a complementary copy of Morava Krasna. The lack of written information in English about Moravia is frustrating to its American descendants who want to know more about their ancestral land.

Morava Krasna is our quarterly newsletter. It covers such topics as Moravian history and culture; Moravian music and folklore; the Great Moravian Empire of the 9th century A.D.; Thomas Masaryk, the George Washington of Czechoslovakia; Jan Amos Komensky, Father of Modern Education; Tomas Bata, the shoemaker tycoon; archeological findings and historic sites; are your genealogical roots in Moravia?; who are the Moravians?; Two Great Moments in Moravian History; Moravia's Ethnographic Regions; Moravia's Living Folklore; The Origin of the Slavs; Olomouc; Who are the Valachs?; Straznice and the Folk Festival; Moravian Christmas Memories; The Amber Route; Ostrava and the Poetry of Peter Bezruc; The Dawn of Christianity in Moravia and A Page from Moravian History - 1,000 years ago.

This publication features articles, photographs, and illustrations by cultural and historical specialists in America and abroad. This newsletter is sponsored by Helene Cincebeaux whose ancestry is from the Slovacko region in Southern Moravia and Thomas Hrncirik whose roots are in the Valachian region of Northern Moravia.

To obtain a free copy of Morava Krasna please write to either Thomas at his address above
or Helene at her address below.

Publication: Morava Krasna (quarterly).
Editor: Helene Cincebeaux (co-founder MHS)
151 Colebrook Drive
Rochester, New York 14617-2215
Telephone: (585) 342-9383
eMail address: helenezx@aol.com

The Moravian Immigrant Database is a research project to chronicle the emigrants from Moravia. More than 4,000 Moravian emigrants have been identified. The database includes family surnames, villages of origin, birth date, placed where they settled in the U.S., etc.

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