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Re: New member introduction Joan, I don't know about the Dudas in Florida. I'm weaker on that side of my family, today anyway. I don't have my spreadsheet online... but now that you
Re: New member introduction There are a lot of people with the surname of "Fagan" in the Kansas City Area. I went to school with some Fagans - the church (St. John the Baptist in
Re: New member introduction Jim, I don't think I am related. As far as I know, I'm only blood related to 14 other people in the country with ancestors that name changed from Visnovsky to
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Re: New member introduction Are you any relation to don or mike Fagan from Colorado? From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Nicholas Fagan
Re: New member introduction It sounds like you're doing something similar to an effort that I just started for the town of Modra. I started it for the express purpose of connecting
New member introduction Hello all, My name is Nick Fagan (changed from Visnovsky), I'm researching my family history in Slovakia in the towns of Hranovnica (previously known as
Nicholas Fagan III
Re: Juris & Others http://www.cisarik.com/0_Giraltovce_Svidnik_PV_Saros_Saris.html This page shows 40 Hliboky live in Giraltovce. Is the 1826 a birth year, address?
Juris & Others Is anyone familiar with these names? Susie Hliboky 1826, Giraltovce, Slovakia. Joannes Rakos 1815, Celovce, Slovakia Juraj Rakos 1789 & Alzbeta Cina 1794 They
Re: New York Public Library Austria Hungary Maps Bruce, I couldn’t find the dpi at max. I did notice that by moving back one (-) the resolution was better than max. Since these maps cover up to 1912 they
Re: New York Public Library Austria Hungary Maps Thanks for the "heads up" I was looking for Jarabina and used your finding Stara Lubovna and just went north. The fact that the maps are cataloged in
Re: New York Public Library Austria Hungary Maps Barbara, Thanks for the link. Having looked at the maps I would like to give a “heads up” to anyone using them. They are in Hungarian, so if you do not
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Thanks for the recommendation! Looking forward to finding and reading it. Andrea ________________________________ From: "lovadina_karen@..."
Lance and Andrea Batchelder
New York Public Library Austria Hungary Maps he New York Public Library has just released more than 20,000 cartographic maps, for free download. These include a large collection of Austria-Hungary Maps.
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and A very interesting book that I read about a year ago gives an account of the journey from the Carpathian Mountains ( in Spisska Nova Ves county I believe) to
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and My paternal grandmother worked at one of those mills ... the Botany Woolen Mill in Passaic. She was 15 years old and worked in the weaving room. She
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Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and That is sad piece of news. My maternal grandmother worked in Passaic as a cigar roller. Until my grandfather spotted her at church. He followed her back to her
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Just a minor contribution. I read today how the American-Hungarian Museum in Passaic New Jersey, had to close from lack of funding. What I found relevant was
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Railroads were the means of getting to the port cities. Your time period is during WWI, so that makes the travel a little more interesting. The traditional
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Susanna, I will add a little more directly to the question of travel. The route taken by one's ancestor(s) may also have been influenced by: whether they were
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Thank you for your insight into the social conditions of the time. My grandfather came to America from Rudabanyackska, Hungary, settled in South Fork,
Re: Lousy handwriting Thanks to everyone. This falls in the category of stuff that you knew must be there somewhere, but still couldn't find. This Elizabeth Brestovits fits well
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and My grandfather from Dubovica traveled by train to Trieste in 1904. My grandmother from Lipany, about two miles from Dubovica, sailed out of Bremen in 1906. I
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and I would like to explain something to you and others, concerning your question. this is not the first time I have witnessed someone trying to understand lives
William C. Wormuth
Re: Travel from villages to departure ports of Bremen, Hamburg, and Trnkov/Presov District Should have been Kökény, Saris county. I think I will repeat this posting under the title "Maps, RR Maps" so it can be found by a
Re: SLOVAK-ROOTS LDS shows church records available for Starina.
Re: Lousy handwriting Column 8 titled "Lakhelyok" means Locus or residence. First word is either Szilvas or Szeplak - I would go with Szeplak. Second word is unintelligible, however
Re: [S-R] Ciroka Orfalu/Orfalu, Szentgotthár di, Vas County, Hungar Great map. Thanks
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Re: SLOVAK-ROOTS Thanks for the information. Do you know if it is possible to get up near what was the location of Starina? Any idea of what happened to the village records?
Re: SLOVAK-ROOTS Thank you very much for sharing. What a beautiful, evocative photo.
Re: Ciroka Orfalu/Orfalu, Szent go tthárdi, Vas County, Hungary Thanks for the link to the Jewish Gen website. I'd been there before -- and Starina/Ciroka Ofalu are not included in their information -- I'm guessing because
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