Daniels isn't a common name in Slovakia, perhaps it was spelled differently
and was changed to Daniels after coming to the US. The census record has a
column regarding citizenship, is this where you found the "Nat. in PA 1892"
entry? If so this probably refers to naturalization petition or the final
If they came to the US in 1892, they are probably on the 1900 and 1910
Do you have any idea where they lived between 1892 and 1920?
Is there some mention, however faint a memory, of a town in the "old
The church burial records may have the "place" from which they came in
Slovakia. As fragmented as it is, it will give you a clue.
Merry Garland wrote:
> Am seeking any info on the DANIELS line from Slovack. My great grand
> parents are both from Slovack. John and Barbara Daniels. ALL I have
> to go on at this time is the 1920 census........ where it mentions
> that John was "Nat. in PA 1892". I believe them to both be born
> about 1875 as in the 1920 census they were listed as 45yrs of age.
> They had at least 12 children........ from 1902 to 1920. The
> childrens names are John, Mary, Anna, Julia, Joseph, Helen (my
> grandmother), Stephen, Albert, Francis (m), Emerson, Bertha and
> It is possible that Barbara's last name was Rindos. Next
> to the Daniels in the 1920 census was Joseph RINDOS also born in
> Slovack ....... who had 7 children and many of the same names. Both
> he and Barbara reported thier nat. in Al., Barbara in 1899 and Joseph
> in 1900. Any help would be great it took me years to just find my