I must have missed something earlier. Just returned home form a trip and
found this message introducing PLICHTA.
I maintain an extensive database of PLICHTAs from around the world. I'm not
sure who is asking the question but I would welcome an opportunity to
discuss the PLICHTA connection.
Frank R. Plichta
"Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
"Já hl'adám Plichtovi na celom Svete."
"Já hledám Plichtovi na celém Svêtê."
"Szukanie PLICHTów na calym swiecie."
"Das die Welt fuer PLICHTA suchen."
"Je cherche le monde pour la famille PLICHTA."
"Buscando el mundo por los PLICHTA."
"Quaerere summa reum familia PLICHTA."
I would appreciate receiving ANY information, about ANY Plichta, from ANY
place, at ANY time in history.
From: geniekid39 [mailto:geniekid39@...
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 19:34
Subject: Re: [S-R] Tomkos of Malcice
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
, Caye Caswick <ccaswick@y...>
> And if they lived in Cleveland . . . so do I.
> The Plichta grandmother came from Cleveland, but then her family
returned to Europe. I don't know if the Tomko's are related-we have
discovered more members of the family came over thean we were told.
> --- johnqadam <johnqadam@r...> wrote:
> > If your Tomko clan originated in or around Malcice
> > or Falkusovce,
> > Zemplen Megye, south of Michalovce, I have a load of
> > genealogy info
> > for you.