Czech Phone Book
Use Free service that allows you to search the Czech Phone Book (telefonní seznam) by name or by address.
In Phone Book you can find these Czech words – Hledat = Search, Co = What , Kde = Where, Jméno = Name , Adresa = Address.
Use correct spelling for Czech words.
For Czech phone Book website click here
Elis Island Foundation
Use Free Search to find your immigrant ancestors arriving through the Port of New York at Ellis Island
For Elis Island Foundation website click here
How to Translate Czech Texts into English
To translate an entire text written in the Czech language using Google Translate, follow these steps:
Open any web browser installed on your computer and go to translate.google.com and enter the text you want translated on the right.
Translate Czech Websites in Chrome Browser
When you come across a webpage written in Czech, you can use Chrome to translate the entire page. On your computer, open the Chrome browser. Go to a webpage written in the Czech language. At the top, click Translate. If you do not have Chrome installed, then you can download it from www.google.com/chrome.
Searching in Czech Register Records
Some of the Czech Regional Register Offices publish online archived records of birth, death, etc. in their local area. Click on each region below to view their archives. Use Google Translate, as most records are kept in Czech.
- Central Bohemia Region
- South Bohemian Region
- Pilsen Region
- Karlovy Vary Region
- Usti Region
- Liberec Region
- Hradec Kralove Region
- Pardubice Region
- Vysocina Region
- South Moravian Region
- Olomouc Region
- Moravian-Silesian Region
- Zlin Region
- Registers of Jewish Communities