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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 04 December 14 23:51 GMT (UK) »
Thankyou thats really helpful So grateful

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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 07 January 15 12:36 GMT (UK) »
Family in Czeck republic have sent more info

Georges father was Rudolf Novacek Born 1887 in Ukraine He married Pavlina Ernestova  in Ukraine and they moved to Czech Rupublic where they had children Ruzenka Emilka  Bohuslav   Betuske ? Vojtesin ? Not sure if last two are names or places

Rudolfs parents were Josef and Marie Novackova Hlavackova (Probably a Czeck Family)  and Pavlina  were Gustav Ernesta and Vilemina Ernestova Kirahardova (Probably a German Family)

 Are there any websites I can go to to findout more of these families

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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #11 on: Monday 28 January 19 17:30 GMT (UK) »
Jaroslav's birth record in Nesvich Roman Cath. Church

Russian "old" orthography & alphabet.
Тысяча девятьсотъ четырнадцатого года Iюля тринадцатого дня въ Несвичскомъ Римско-Католическом приходском костелѣ окрещенъ младенецъ именемъ Ярославъ. Настоятелемъ того-же костела ксендзомъ Евгениемъ Порковичемъ, съ совершениемъ всѣхъ обрядовъ Таинства.

Крестьянъ Чаруковской волости Рудольфа и Паулины урожденной Эрнстъ Новачковъ, законныхъ супруговъ сынъ родившийся сего года Iюля шестого дня въ с. Губинѣ Несвичскаго прихода.

Восприемниками были: Францъ Главачекъ съ Анною Ярошъ дѣвицею.

The first column: Новачковъ (Novacheks')

28th male baby (in 1914)

One thousand nine hundred and fourteen, on July 13th, a baby named Yaroslav was christened in the Roman Cath. church of Nesvich parish, by priest Yevgeniy (Eugen) Porkovich with all proper ceremonies.

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Peasants ov Charukov volost [administrative unit] Rudolf and Paulina nee Ernst Novachek, lawful spouses, [their] son was born on July 6th this year in the village of Gubin/Hubin, Nesvich parish.

The godparents were Franz Hlavachek and a maiden Anna Yarosh/Jarosz.

The recordbook is kept at The Central Archives of Historical Records in Warsaw.
https://agad.gov.pl/
http://www.agad.gov.pl/inwentarze/KMluck436x.xml    Ctrl+F  -->  Nieświcz --> scroll to the very bottom of the page.

http://agadd2.home.net.pl/metrykalia/436/sygn.%201061/pages/1_436_0_0_1061_0018.htm

I think that this book was kept at Lutsk or Zhitomir State Archive before it was ceded to Poland (I saw Volyn Archive's labels on some other books on AGAD). Also there might have been some info about Novacheks in those 2 archives (Zhitomir was a capital of Volhynian Governorate, so there are many documents relating to Lutsk).

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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #12 on: Monday 28 January 19 19:49 GMT (UK) »
Noticed a pencil handwriting in the last column on the 2nd screenshot.
mieszk.... ?? Sviniuchi
It's Polish.
Mieszkać means to live, and Swiniuchi (it's called Pryvitne now) is a village 25 km West from Nesvich.
Gubin is called Hubyn Pershyi (Gubin 1-st) now

Gubin on German map 1917:
http://freemap.com.ua/maps/nemeckie1km1917/Q39.jpg

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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 31 January 19 11:53 GMT (UK) »
Family in Czeck republic have sent more info

Georges father was Rudolf Novacek Born 1887 in Ukraine He married Pavlina Ernestova  in Ukraine and they moved to Czech Rupublic where they had children Ruzenka Emilka  Bohuslav   Betuske ? Vojtesin ? Not sure if last two are names or places

Rudolfs parents were Josef and Marie Novackova Hlavackova (Probably a Czeck Family)  and Pavlina  were Gustav Ernesta and Vilemina Ernestova Kirahardova (Probably a German Family)

 Are there any websites I can go to to findout more of these families

thats interesting
www.geneanet.org has Novackova families in Czech republic as early as 1600s - so it looks like their origins are Czech
 :)

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Re: George Jaroslav Nowaczek
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 02 February 19 09:03 GMT (UK) »
NovŠčkova is a feminine form for NovŠček. I don't know for sure but I think that it is a common name. It is smth like diminutive or pet form for NovŠk (this Czech surname is very common) that comes from 'novż'=new.
Nowaczek is a Polish spell of NovŠček, pronunciation is the same (Nůvachek ENG).

The godparents' names are Czech too: Hlavaček and Jaroö.

In the 2nd half of the 19th cent. Germans and Czechs were invited by Russian government to settle in Russia. Czechs lived in Volhynia till the end of WW2, then they returned back to Czechoslovakia.