35346Some progress for Georgius Mraffko with updated online databases
- Feb 28 3:35 AMHello All,
In a previous recent post I found a possible ancestor or at least an
ancestral branch. He was Georgius Mraffko - otherwise Mraffkó György
There was enough information in his children's birth records to show that
he was of civic importance. - eg a lawyer and perhaps later a Lord in
Bratislava and afterwards in Budapest.
So I started looking and found mention of him at AdatbázisokOnline.
This only a catalogue entry, and gives me good hope of finding more about
When you click through and read the notes in full, it states in part that
the information it could provide includes *(with reference to the nobility)
~ This is google translated:
1 / - to the conventional I-line, pre-and surname,
- Give the name of the wife of conventional,
- Names of descendants and their spouses,
- I give the conventional siblings and their spouses and descendants of
- Different surnamed relatives, or give their conventional peers and
spouses, descendants of names
2 / - deed of gift to the publisher's name,
- The place of publication,
- The date of issue,
- The type of donation,
3 / - to be announced at diploma,
- The time of publication,
4 / - donated land for the donated land title and department,
5 / - National Archives of symbols,
6 / - a reference to the classification number under the type of source,
7th / - a reference to the literature,
8 / - reference to the county town and the church - of authentication - for
archival classification number,
9 / - a reference to family relatives, associates or I-bar.
That's very detailed and could be a great resource. Sounds interesting and
it will be on my shopping list!
AdatbázisokOnline is a fast growing resource. About 6 months ago, they had
only digitized the 1715 and 1720 searchable tax records. Now, it contains
many collections and is easily reachable (Mon-Fridays, some weekends except
public holidays) at:
Hungarian only. The site isn't too user friendly and would suit moderately
experienced database researchers.
Playing around with it, I also found a 1601 resource (product) census of
many villages and towns of principally Hapsberg controlled areas. You do
have to know the very early names of your town for the search to work
though. I had to use a neighbouring village name that didn't change too
much to bring my village name up.
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