35339Re: [S-R] Re: Csutek, Cutek, Shutek, Shudic
- Feb 28, 2013St. Clair is not in the Pittsburg Diocese. Belive it is in the Allentown
In a message dated 2/28/2013 9:26:14 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
Were they Roman Catholic?
If so, and they were married in the U.S. and lived in St. Clair, Pa., then
there is a good possibility that you may be able to obtain marriage
information (not a marriage certificate, but a transcription of what is recorded
in the sacramental records) from the Diocese of Pittsburgh Archives Center.
Below is a link to their web page regarding requesting a search for
genealogy relevant records:
Though not Joseph's marriage, this may be of interest to you:
Marriage of Anna Warshowa & John Kurtz found on FamilySearch under
Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950.
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, "Deborah" wrote:
>(mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com) , "t.salony" wrote:
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> > Deborah,
> > [ pssst....what was your grandfather's given name? lol ]
> > >>> "...but I finally found him..." <<<
> > Does this mean you found his arrival manifest? >
> > >>> "... he was born out of wedlock in 1982..." <<<
> > Is "1982" a typo = should have been 1882", OR a transposition =
> should have been "1892"?
> > *** Are you familiar with St. Clair, Pa as destination for any of the
> family? For example:
> > CZUTIK, Jakob, 18 y.o., leaving his grandmother, Anna Czutik, in
> Klubin, arriving Apr.18, 1911 to stepfather, Josef ?Harsava? in St.
> Clair, Pa
> >>>>Yes, I did transpose that number... it should have been 1892 !!! I
> am so glad that was caught!!! And yes, after ten years of searching,
> I did find the manifest and it was the same one you mentioned. I have
> found the Birth/ Baptismal records for him, Jacobus Csutek, and his
> mother, aunts, uncles, and grandparents.
> When Anna came to America, she shortly married Joseph Warsava and lived
> in St Clair, PA. I cannot find the marriage certificate anywhere, and I
> finally found their census in St Clair in 1900 and 1910 ( the 1900's
> census, the name was pretty illegible, but everthing else fit) They had
> a large family there. The name Warsava was changed several times.
> Warshour Varshour, Warshaeva, Warshous, were altenate spellings on the
> names of their children's marriage liscensces. I have not yet found all
> of these children. And I have found no records for Annie. the present
> families have no photos of her<<<<
> 26S%3D.5&pID=101109080309&name=Giovanni%26nbsp%3BCosta&doa=Apr+18%2C+191\(mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com) , "Deborah" dljillustrations@
> > By concentrating your questioning in the old country, you make it
> difficult for anyone to help you find info/clues still available in the
> new country. :)
> >>>>I am sorry about not giving enough info on present day Families.
> Annie had at least 7 siblings. Maria, Andreas Josephus, Appolonia,
> John, Catharina and Steve . We know that Maria married a Paul
> Cziko,(Sr.) and their son, Paul (Jr) came to America and changed the
> spelling to Chiko. They lived in the Belmont county/Pease county area
> of Ohio. After living shortly in St Clair, Jacob, my grandfather moved
> to this area living by his cousin Paul, his Uncle John and his Uncle
> Steve in Lansing/Bridgeport Ohio. Later John and Steve would change
> thier name to Shudic, While my grandfather spelled it Shutek. We do not
> know what happened to his Uncle Andreas, or Josephus, or his Aunt
> Appolonia. We know that Catherina and Steve came together to St Clair
> and their contacts were the Warsawa's, but although Steve moved to Ohio,
> We do not know what happened to Catherina after she came here. I did not
> think anybody would have been interested in these facts but if these
> help with finding more about him, I am glad to share!
> Thank you SO much on your help, it is much appreciated!!!<<<<
> > TOM
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> > >
> > > Thanks to everybody for all their help with materials to help me
> > > some of my Grandfathers family. The name was mangled on the
> > > but I finally found him after years of hitting my head on a brick
> > > They came from Klubina, Trencin district, and the original spelling
> > > Csutek. they were a VERY large family there so I have a lot of
> > > together to do.
> > > My grandfathers mother was Anna Csutek he was born out of wedlock
> > > 1982 and for an unknown reason as of yet, she left him shortly
> after in
> > > his grandparents care While she went to America. I cannot find her
> > > manifest yet. His grandparents were Georgeus Csutek and Anna
> > > He didn't come to America until he was 19. He never talked about
> > > old country, so I am just now finding much of this out.
> > > It seems there are still a lot of Csutek's in Stara Bystrica nearby.
> > > there is anybody who can tell me more about Trencin county, Klubina,
> > > Stara Bystrica or the name Csutek (and variations) or Kaluszny (
> > > Kausney, Kaluzney, etc) I would be SO grateful.
> > > I think I am finally getting the hang of genealogy, And it just
> > > me want to learn more.
> > > Thank you SO much!
> > > Deborah
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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