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29010Re: [S-R] Shkurativtsi / Kal'nyk

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  • Elaine
    Feb 20, 2011
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      Hi Dennis,

      There is a famous Admiral Chester Nimetz who was born in
      Fredericksburg, TX. There's a museum on him and his service
      in the Pacific. They may have records on his family ancestry,
      that part of Texas is home to many "Czechs." Maybe you're related!

      Elaine

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      On Feb 20, 2011, at 2:56 PM, "haluska" <ddhalusker@...> wrote:

      > As seems to be the case with my Family,everyone appears to have married close to home.
      >
      > My villages are Patakos/Patskanovo,Kobler/Kybliary,Nagy Gajdos/Haidosh,Iglincz/Lintsi.For my Paternal line.
      >
      > The twist here is the surname,"Nimetz" or Nemeth. This name is of German origin! Hungarian I understand with an "H" added.
      >
      > I have a George Nimetz,born in Shkurativtsi abt.1895,whom married Mary Bumbak of Kybliary in Perth Amboy
      >
      > at St.John's on 15 July 1922.
      >
      > I also have my Great Grandfather Vasily Bumbak's 2nd.wife Maria aka. Natalie and Nellie Nimetz born 1888 from Neffs,Belmont County Ohio.(Born Where?)
      >
      > The trend in my family is a strong one that these two Nimetz's are related but this at the time is an assumption.
      >
      > I do know from Family sources that both spoke Rusyn and are also listed on various records as Slovak,Austrian,Russian etc. etc. (As the norm) yet their records of passage remain elusive.
      >
      > From the 1930 census,George Nimetz of Perth Amboy,emigrated from Czechoslovakia in 1915.
      >
      > Nellie of Pultney Township (Neffs) from Galicia,1906.Both appear on the census as NA or naturalized.
      >
      > Can any one expand on this before I put everything I have together and send for their Naturalization records?
      >
      > Am I missing any clues?
      >
      > How does the surname "Nimetz' fit into this mix?
      >
      > Kal'nik [Rus], Kal'nyk [Ukr], Kalnik [Cz], Kalnik [Hun], Beregsarret [Hun] Bereghalmos [Hun]
      >
      > Bereg/Mukachivskij raion/district > Zakarpatska oblast/region.
      >
      > Any insight is appreciated,
      >
      > Dennis
      >
      >


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