I've looked at the map, there isn't anything northeast of Bos^any (Bossa'ny)
that looks like the Holbeny on the manifest. However, about 5 km northwest
of Bos^any is present day Horne' Chlebany which used to be named Halban,
Helben, and Felso"helbe'ny (Felsőhelbény) it looks like Helbeny on the map
you referenced. Felso" (Felső) just meant upper in Hungarian, horne' (horné)
means upper in Slovak.
> I have a Rudolph Skvarenina in the Ellis Island records that is listed
> as coming from Kolbeny. However, it looks to me like the first letter
> should be "H" yielding Holbeny. Does anyone know if there was a
> Holbeny and what it is now?
> If you want to see the manifest, there are links to it from here:
> Most Skvarenina's are from Bosany. When I looked at the 1910 map:
> I noticed there is a town about 5 km NE of Bosany that looks like it
> might say Holbeny or Helbeny but it's not clear enough to be sure.