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Re: SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

Soltis [Shol-tees]  Hungarian - Sol-teesz  Soltis - telefónne čísla a adresa | Telefónny zoznam ... Packo [Pah-tskoh]  Hungarian - Paczko  Americanized
William C. Wormuth
May 18
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39306

Re: SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

Hello Saraya: My name is Jim Soltis.  I had a great uncle named Jan (John) Soltis.  He arrived in New York, possibly first time, on 18 Jul 1895 aboard the
James Soltis
May 18
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39305

Re: SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

A Slovak website gives these alternative spellings for Patsko: pansko pasko patko patsto patzko putsko From: mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday,
MGMojher
May 18
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39304

Re: SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

Luckily, the 1869 Hungarian Census is online for these villages.
johnqadam
May 18
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39303

Re: SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

As Zlatica Beca pointed out in 2011, these villages are in Poland.A Polish board might be more helpful in researching your European history. Message Boards
johnqadam
May 18
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39302

SOLTIS and PATSKO from Fayette County, PA

Hello, I have joined this group before but it has been many years. I am working on my genealogy again. My family names are SOLTIS, FALTIN and KURUCZ from Felso
snvm4
May 18
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39301

Re: Duda attached to surnames.

I think you are misinterpreting what was said in the original email. The hyphenated surnames were not used THEN in the same way that they are understand them
Plichta
May 13
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39299

Re: Request for name interpretation help

I sent info about the Smisko family----was it helpful-did not hear—thanks Maxine Sasala Vigilantr From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
vigee96
May 13
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39300

Re: Duda attached to surnames.

To David, That's impressive that there is one so early in the family history. I'd like to say that the hyphenated name is Germanic in some way. Balog was in
htcstech
May 13
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39298

Re: Duda attached to surnames.

Hello: In regard to hyphenated surnames, I found in my own research that the hyphenated surname originated from an earlier generation. For example, the
davidsadventure4
May 12
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39297

Re: Duda attached to surnames.

In Kuty Western Slovakia, we use "Nicknames, (as you explained). The problem is they are not used in public records like birth matrimony, death, etc.... Here
William C. Wormuth
May 11
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39296

Re: Duda attached to surnames.

Peter, I found that my Mojcher family in Hromos had three alias names that were used for different branches of the family because they were need differentiate
MGMojher
May 11
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39295

Re: slovak document

It looks like a marriage certificate extract based on the ages 30 and 28 respectively. The marriage year is obscured 19xx and the left hand side of the
htcstech
May 11
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39294

Re: slovak document

Thanks :) ... From: randm1979@... [SLOVAK-ROOTS] To: SLOVAK-ROOTS Sent: Sun, May 10, 2015
kimberlygodush
May 10
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39293

Re: slovak document

Kimberly, Looks to me like the certification of the the birth and EVAC baptism of Jan on 15 and 17 Feb 1905? whose parents were Jan Godus and Barbara
randm1979
May 10
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