19504Re: [S-R] I meant Cukalovce!
- Feb 6, 2008Thanks Bill!
Then do you have any idea where I could get a birth record for 1903?
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Tarkulich"
> Oh! That's entirely different
> Old name Csukahaza:
> In 1910
> 10 magyar, 14 German, 384 ruthenians
> 393gk, 15 jews.
> The "russian" you see is actually Church Slavonic, using the
> alphabet. I'm sure you see it for the oldest records. It wascustomarily
> used in Greek Catholic Churches. As a general rule, most GC churchrecords
> are often in Magyar (1800s), Slovak (late 1800s) and ChurchSlavonic (1700s
> and earlier). Church Slavonic is the hardest - save that forlast! I've
> never seen German in the GC register, but nothing surprises me.1895. It
> My archives cross reference says there are B, M and D records 1882-
> doesn't even suggest that any records are stored elsewhere. That'snot much
> at all. They might be somewhere else, like the Sat. Archives inHungary, or
> even perhaps still at the church.Roman C.
> Or maybe they would be at Nova /Stara Lubovna. But that church is
> only, so probably not...
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