When Larry and I were first discovering the villages my Hesch ancestors claimed, we found pictures of parts of them, like one of the main intersection, and another of the mill. A pic of the chapel showed it alone on a little hill. I never put the separate photos together in my head, to try to understand how they related to each other, ya know?But yesterday, Larry found a website with air-photos of various villages in southern Czech Republic. THERE it is, along the river, in Dolni Zdar (formerly Neidermuhl, Bohemia). If you use Chrome, it'll translate the site automatically, but if not, the villages are arranged alphabetically by their Czech name, so Oberschlagles is Horni Lhota.
BTW, I believe Johannes Hesch and Marya Schlinz were married in that little chapel. Cool, huh?