... site. ... patient. My ... Today I ... as ... eresidence ... anyone tell ... Sedliská is located 217 miles ENE of Bratislava. Vranov nad Topl ou isMessage 1 of 6 , Sep 5, 2001View Source--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., "Jo Mulvey" <jm1734@h...> wrote:
> I wanted to encourage everyone who is searching the Ellis islandsite.
> Errors do exist,but it is possible to find gold there if one ispatient. My
> great Uncle Istvan VRABEL had been a missing person for a long time.Today I
> tried AGAIN- and there he was! His first name had been miss-spelledas
> Now, here is the problem I hope someone can help me with. His
> was given as 'Csicsva' I tired mapquest and did not find it. Cananyone tell
> me about this villiage?Sedliská is located 217 miles ENE of Bratislava.
> Thank you,
Vranov nad Topl'ou is located 215 miles ENE of Bratislava.
Csicsva (C^ic^ava) was located 214 miles ENE of Bratislava.
C^ic^ava, Slovakia, formerly Csicsóka (H), Zemplén megye,
The Magyar letter cs = Slovak diacritic c^ = ch, or = ts.
The letter cs which is pron. as ts was eliminated in 1910.
Perhaps there was a consolidation of settlement names ?
R.C. parish church records (1744-1895) for C^ic^ava are listed
under Ondavské Matis^ovce.
G.C. parish church records (1787-1900) are listed under C^ic^ava.
... John is right. the vilage is now called Sedliska but the name has changed few times. Podèièva was part of Sedliská but the name is not used anymore.Message 1 of 6 , Sep 5, 2001View Source
>From: John <jmatsko4@...>John is right. the vilage is now called Sedliska but the name has changed
>Subject: Re: [S-R] Csicsva
>Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 18:12:44 -0600
>At 03:03 PM 9/4/01 -0700, you wrote:
> > Now, here is the problem I hope someone can help me with. His
> >was given as 'Csicsva' I tired mapquest and did not find it. Can anyone
> >me about this villiage?
> >Thank you,
>I believe it may be Sedliska now. The only listing I could find that was
>close was Csicsvaalja under Sedliska, Zemplin. It reads Podc^ic^va: 1882
>Csicsvaalja. Frank K may be able to better interpret the
>listing. Sedliska is in Eastern Slovakia near Humenne and Vranov nad
>Toplou. There are listings for Vrabel in both towns but none in
>Sedliska. There is also a village called Vrable ("le" not "el") about 50
>miles east of Bratislava that has two Vrabel listed in the online phone
few times. Pod�i�va was part of Sedlisk� but the name is not used anymore.
there is a castle ruin called �i�va and Pod�i�va means just means that the
village is "under" the castle �i�va. i am not old enough to know but I
beleive that when your grandad lived the name of the village was the same as
the name of the castle.
I hope that I helped you in some ways
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