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Frank Kurchina wrote:
> --- From "Bruce Bagin":
> > Many thanks to Ken Sadjak.
> > He found my grandfather's Petition for naturalization. It shows
> he was
> > born in Kamenicany, Hungary and that my grandmother came from
> > Hungary. Anyone know where these are? He renounced allegiance to
> > Joswph emperor of austria and apostolic King of Hungary, so I take
> it that
> > slovakia was at that time [May 23, 1914] a part of the
> > empire. He emigrated from Bremen Germany on february 15, 1902, and
> > in Baltimore, MD on March 2, 1902, on the Ship Breslau. Although
> name is
> > Karol, his petition lists his name as Chali.
> > His certificate of Naturalization number is 410143.
> > How do I find the ship documents and the birt and baptismal records
> of my
> > grandparents?
> > Bruce Bagin
> > 312 Boulevard of the Allies,#600
> > Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1923
> > 412-281-1110
> > FAX 412-281-8481
> > email bagin@d...
> Kamenic^any (Sv) Kamenicsán (H) is located 75 miles NE
> of Bratislava and near Slávnica in western Slovakia.
> The LDS-Mormons have filmed the R.C. parish church records
> (1700-1896) for Bolesov, Slovakia, formerly Bolesó, Trencsén,
> Hungary. Includes affiliated towns of Slavnica, Podhorie, Sedmerovce
> and Kamenicany, Slovakia, formerly Szlavnicza, Podhorje,
> and Kamenicsán in Trencsén county, Hungary.
> Text in Latin and Hungarian.
> Location of Morawitz (German) is more difficult.
> Several places in Czech-Bohemia named Moravice that were once called
> Or some other location in now Slovakia ?
> Given Hungarian name Karoly is Karol in Slovak and Charles in English.
> Expect Chali was an attempt at Charley ?
> My GF's naturalization papers contained about a dozen errors;
> including wrong ship, wrong country, wrong town of origin, and listed
> his 5 children as all born on same day and month, but in different
> In addition, GF supposedly renounced allegiance to the German Kaiser
> Wilhelm II when it was actually the Emperor Francis Joseph I as you
> The listener (clerk) usually wrote down what he thought he heard the
> immigrant say in response to his questions and nobody checked.