Today I'll meet my mother. Maybe she knows something about records of baptisms etc.
I'll send you an other mail then.
"John M," <jmatsko4@...
At 01:41 PM 5/29/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>If anone could help me:
>At the moment I've got very feew informations:
>My grandfather was Jura Rabatin, translated in spanish his name was Jorge
>Rabatin (That means George Rabatin)
>Born in June 1st 1899 in a place that my father call Kosice province.
>His father was Jan Rabatin and his mother Elizabeth Varolic.
>He had got older brothers and sisters in USA. Some of them were religious
>My cousin has got a few photographs but I don't know who are the peoples
>in them and nobody in here knows that. The people that knew that are all dead.
>I know this is not a lot of information but...
There are 85 Rabatin listed in the Ellis Island Database. These are the
people that arrived in New York from 1892 to 1924. Most are from
Hungary. They come from many towns.
There are 186 Rabatin listed in the online US phone directory:
There are 23 Rabatin/Rabatinova listed for Kosice in the Slovak online
Have you tried to get your family's Argentinean immigration records or
citizenship records? If your family belonged to a church in Argentina the
church might have records telling what town they were from. If you know
the town it becomes much easier.
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