1734Re: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Questions
- Jun 6, 2000
> I'm very new to all of this, but I noticed you are in Florida. I live justWhich makes me think -- there seemed to be a large Hungarian
> south of Pittsburgh, and I'd be more than happy to help you with anything I
> can from here. You all have been so helpful already (and I've only been on
> this group since this morning!), so just ask if you need a Pittsburgh
> connection! Anita B.>
population in Pittsburgh. I wonder why there? Was it because some
Hungarians arrived there and "sponsored" others?
Which also brings me to another question. I found my great-uncles in
the Social Security death index and got copies of their Social Security
card applications, but since I couldn't find my grandmother, I assumed
she had never gotten a Social Security card. I had heard that women
were not required to be naturalized? She did domestic and waitress
work, and I thought maybe she just never got into the system.
I was also wondering if such a thing as a "green card" existed back
then (1911 and on)?
I remember my grandmother telling me she couldn't vote because she
wasn't a citizen. But when I got her death certificate, I see she did have
a social security number! Is there anywhere else I could use that social
security number to find out more information about her?
Thanks so much!
Kathleen in Florida
researching GALEK, HUTZMAN
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