35264Re: MRAVKO Translation of early Latin 1698 Franciscan Order?
- Feb 25, 2013Joe,
I am quite sure it is not the priest's name but says that one (=unus) ordained Fransiscan monk made the baptism. That has been often so when the regular vicar was not available for some reason (illness, travel etc...)
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Armata, Joseph R" <armata+@...> wrote:
> I think it's just the priest's name, Francis. Here's what I read:
> On the 26th?/20th? day of March (unus?) Father Francis baptized George born (in) Trnava, the son of Nicholas Mravko, the father, and Catherine, the mother. The godfather was Christopher Hiol??, and the godmother was Rosina (Rose?) the wife of the godfather.
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> I need help with a full translation of this entry, left page, 2nd from the
> For Georgius, father Nicholai? MRAVKO
> I'm not sure, but are these entries by the Franciscan order? I ask because
> there is another entry for Trencin, 1698 for Andras MRAVKO without the
> mention of any Order:
> Right page 2nd last entry (28th) above Junius (June).
> I'm aware that there was a Dominican order, but I don't see the
> significance of a priest mentioning his order unless it has something to do
> with the expulsion of the Turks as recently as 1697 in Visegrad. Could this
> be evidence of the counter-reformation movement?
> Peter M.
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