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 Ceski Bratri Cemetery (North Cemetery), Milligan, Fillmore, Nebraska, USA

Latitude: 40.509769677246396, Longitude: -97.4058473110199

Ceski Bratri Cemetery. Oldest Catholic Church in Nebraska is located in the cemetery. Earliest gravestone is dated 1876.

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Ceski Bratri Cemetery Gates
Ceski Bratri Cemetery Gates
Frank Koca left $100 to the trustees of the Ceski Bratri Cemetery to care for his grave. The rest was left equally to his siblings. His brother Vaclav Koca used his share of inheritance from Frank to erect a metal gate with ironworks at the entrance of Ceski Bratri cemetery that read "In Memory of Frank Koca." The gate was installed on Memorial Day in 1930. 


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Bernasek, Marie (Frycek)
Bernasek, Marie (Frycek)
Located    Marie Fryckova (d. 22 Feb 1910)
Soukup, Adolph
Soukup, Adolph
Likely the son of Frank Soukup and Rose Stech of Saline County. Rose was shown on the 1910 census as the mother of 9 children, 8 of them still living. The 1900 census also indicated that one of her children had died prior to 1900. It is also possible he was instead a son of Frank M. Soukup and Anna Beznoska, who lived in Fillmore County during this time frame. PLEASE HELP US POSITIVELY IDENTIFY HIS FAMILY. 
Soukup, Edward
Soukup, Edward
Located    Edward Soukup (d. 16 Feb 1953)