10420Re: Religion Help
- Jul 1, 2004--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Joe Mrnka <jmrnka@y...> wrote:
> please tell me more. There was a story passed down in my
> family on my dad's mother's side, that they were
> descendants from people fleeing religious persecution. The
> "Steinhubels" settled in the area of Modra. Is there any
> literature in Slovak or English that would give a more in
> depth account?
> Thank you so much for your always informative posts to the
There is also a town called Steinhübel, Kreis Neisse, located in
Silesia, Germany. However it was a R.C. parish.
Steinhübel (umlaut u) would be the German surname spelling meaning
Stein = stone + affix hübel.
The Slovakia telephone directory lists 4 surnames under Modra in
2 spelled Steinhübel, 1 Steinhubel, and 1 S^teinhu"bel (Slovak version
of German surname)
And 1 Steinhübel listed under Pezinok.
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