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Re: common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages And my maiden name was Rabatin - humble beginnings for sure! Regina Haring New York On Fri, Mar 6, 2015 at 7:17 AM, MA Bensh mabensh@... [SLOVAK-ROOTS]

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Re: common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages I remember taking Russian (this was as close as I could get to my Slovak & Polish roots) in college and thought it interesting that the Russian word for

MA Bensh
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Re: common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages As a sci-fi reader from way back.... From Wikipedia: "The word 'robot' was first used to denote fictional humanoid in a 1921 play *R.U.R.

htcstech
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Re: common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages Thank you for posting this. It is a useful tool to keep handy! Debbie

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Re: common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages Ok! The Slovak word for Laborer is Robotnik (!??) _Now_ I understand Grampa! Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note® 3, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone Ok! The Slovak

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common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages Good morning, all, Christina George is offering a handy chart of genealogical terms in several languages that we commonly see in Slovak and Central/Eastern

Julie Michutka
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Re: Research ideas... Hi Nancy, My family also settled in Buffalo from Ireland both North & South and Canada. My “slovak-roots” settled in Baltimore. I found a wonder note in

Dorann Cafaro
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Re: Research ideas... Again Michael, excellent tips and information.    I understand what you mean about some ancestors not knowing their birth dates, but at least by comparing

Nancy Templeton
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Re: Ancient Slovak Roots How can we separate history/geography from genealogical research? More understanding of history and geography helps put our ancestors into a context. Without

lrrykck
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Re: Ancient Slovak Roots Peter, I made the post of the article from a link that Helene Cincebeaux posted on Facebook. With a down period at S-R I thought it might be of interest.

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Re: Ancient Slovak Roots I understand why previous moderators were so (overly) strict on certain posts. Not that there is anything wrong with yours, but as you can see in the comments,

htcstech
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Ancient Slovak Roots Here is an article on the Danube Valley Civilization whose northern border is present day Slovakia. It may have had the earliest known writing system.

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Re: Research ideas... Nancy, You are correct about Komlospatak being just above the word Magura. My paternal ancestral village is on this map. On it is spelled Kormos, presently

MGMojher
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Re: Research ideas... Michael, Thank you for this map.  I was able to locate Laska on it.  I believe I also located Komlospatak, in the northern and greenish section of the

Nancy Templeton
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Re: Ulicny ancestors Hello John, I have obtained the parents names of Jozef and Justina they are Jozef Uličný - parents: Ján Uličný and Mária, born Zelenyak Born 26.10. 1902

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