Mary Lou Koukol
Bogenschutz, Buhr, Gfrorer, Kastander (Constance), Klotz, Koukol, Krone, Greschback or Greschbach, Mohr, Powers, Reff, Smithlin or Smithling, and Stehlik. Regions: Austria, Budweiss, Bohemia, Czech-Slovakia, Zimmern, Germany, Strasboug, Alsace, France.
Regions in the U.S. Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, NY, Chicago, IL, Centerville, Manitowoc County, WI, Milwaukee, WI, Luce,MN, Frazee,MN, Staples,MN and Perham, MN.
Information I am looking for:
I am especially interested in any information of the Stehlik surname, such as any other Stehlik's who came to U. S. in 1907.
Family members and other information:
My grandmother's name was Pauline Stehlik b. 1886, d. 1959. She had a brother John Stehlik who lived in Chicago, IL and a sister Anna Stehlik who married Anton Zimmerman who lived in Pittsville, WI. Their was also a brother in Austria named Peter Stehlik and a sister named Fannie Miller. Miller is married name.My grandmother married Frank J. Koukol, Jr. who was from Chicago and they moved to Minnesota.Pauline came to the U.S. in 1907 at the age of 21 years old. She came from Austria on the Steam Ship called Kroonland (Red Star Line) on October 30, 1907 arriving in New York according to Immigration records.I am trying to find out her parents names and if the had any other relatives who came to the U.S.
I hope to someday check out the passager list. If anyone has listing of the Kroonland let me know. Hope to hear from others working on the same surnames.