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If your ancestors hailed from Prague or one of the larger cities, an exact address will greatly increase your chances of finding your Czech roots. Any additional data, such as date of birth, will also be very helpful. If you don't know your ancestor's village of origin, there are a few ways to go about finding that information. The most obvious approach is to contact older relatives to see if they know the name of the village or if they have original documents which indicate the name of the village of origin.
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Family bibles, passports, and old letters are other likely sources. Ship passenger lists often list the village where the people lived prior to embarkation. They're an important resource for locating your ancestor's origins.
Baca's lists are alphabetized and sorted according to port-of-entry. In some cases, Mr.
Knowing the exact date of arrival and the name of the ship on which your ancestor arrived will allow you to quickly and easily locate the original passenger list on microfilm. The passenger list microfilm, as well as Mr. Baca's books, can be found in most of the larger genealogical libraries.