19991Re: A new member's introduction....
- May 5, 2008--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Mojher" <mgmojher@...>
>The genealogy that my cousin did is extremely detailed, as far as the
> With so many of the younger generation taking English as a
>second language it is very easy to find someone who can translate
> I will be in Plavnica for at least a week in early July. If
>there is anything I can do for you while I'm there let me know.
> With 82 pages of genealogy it would appear that you should have
>a substantial family tree developed. Is there anything in particular
>that you are interested in finding?
descendants of my g-g-grandfather are concerned. What I'm interested
in is mainly information on his generation and those before. The
information my cousin had was scant at best - I know his and his
wife's names, her maiden name and where they were born. Of their
parents, brothers and sisters, all there are are a few names and
speculation. He also found a reference to the Gladis name going back
to 1348 (in a German coat-of-arms book published in 1878). I'm not
quite up to going that far back in time, but it at least gives me a
There are also some gaps in the tree that need filling - I've been
contacted by a Gladis living in Kosice who is very interested in
knowing where he fits into the larger tree. Once I know what I'm
looking for, I can probably ask him to do some legwork as well. I've
sent email to the Maly Lipnik editor of tccweb.com in the hopes that
he might have information as well.
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