Overwhelmed - Cesky Krumlov - early 1900's
Hello Community -
I'm trying to find any and all records for the Surname Huder in Cesky Krumlov between ~1900-1946. I'm new at Genealogy and have a lot to learn, so thank you in advance.
Specifically, where do you suggest that I start my search? I'd like to start with the 1921 Census, but it doesn't appear to be Indexed so if there is somewhere easier to start and get all names and dates then I'll start there.
Interesting Hudor document from Cesky Krumlov
Hello and thank you for contacting the Community in FamilySearch. Your search for records from Cesky Krumlov does sound overwhelming and challenging but fun. FamilySearch has some awesome tools that help us find these important records from all over the world. Without knowing where you've already tried to search, I'm wondering if you've tried looking in the Research Wiki yet? I'm attaching a link to get there quickly but just for your info, you can get to Research Wiki by clicking on the Search tab in FamilySearch, look all the way down in the box that pops up and you'll see Research Wiki. Once you click on that I would suggest doing a search for the Czech Republic or even Cesky Krumlov. This will take you to many more options for your search. I love Research Wiki and I think you'll find some valuable information there that will help further your progress. They even have word lists to help us translate different languages. Here is the link for Research Wiki:
Another suggestion is to try to find a group in the Community specifically for the Czech Republic. I found one and I'm attaching a link here that will get you there fast but just for your information you can access the Czech Republic Community group from the Community home page. You'll see an option is Groups. Once you click on Groups, do a search for the Czech Republic. Here is that link:
One last suggestion, FamilySearch has a free tool available to everybody free of charge. You can make an appointment with a genealogist once a week for a 20-minute session. To find this awesome service you'd again go to the Community home page and look at the options on the right. You'll see Quick Links. Under Quick Links look for the Free Research Consultation link. Once you click that link you can follow the steps to choose which area you would like help with your research. I'm attaching a link that will take you directly to set up an appointment here:
Hopefully, these suggestions will help you in your progress with your ancestors from the Czech Republic. Thank you for all of your efforts! Please reach back out if you have other questions.0