Vladi, you may be correct about Nyitrabanya, but Jeanann was asking about
Nyitrabajna, a different village. Both were in Nyitra, but Nyitrabajna was
in Nagytapolcsanyi district, and Nyitrabanya was in Privigyei. See the map
Bill Tarkulich has
pointed out that the correct Slovak name is Bojna.
Behalf Of Vladimir Linder
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2006 8:27 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] another town IT IS HANDLOVA!!!!!!
For your information the town that was called NYITRABANYA in 1913 is
now called HANDLOVA near PRIEVIDZA.
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yahoogroups.com, helene cincebeaux
> It's now called Bojna and it is about 7 km west of Topolcany.
There is a little
> kastiel or small castle there. Likely when your document was
issued the country was Hungary (Austro-Hungarian Empire) but now it
is located in western Slovakia.
> i don't have your surnames listed in our Slovak Pride data base
and would really like to have them - all i need is last name and
village if known.
> Jeanann Jameson <jjeanann2000@...> wrote:
> I just came across this name, Nytrabajna, its suppose to
> Hungry.Do I have the right spelling? Has anyone ever heard of it?
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