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36306[S-R] Re: Searching: Marusinska, Kriger, Husarik

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  • John
    Jul 16, 2013
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      It's just too bad that the 1869 Hungarian Census is not online (yet).

      The Marusinsky surname exists in Trebisov with both RC and GC church records online.

      Worth a look.

      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Patrick Quinlan <pnlquinlan@...> wrote:
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      > Michalovce was what my grandmother put on her citizenship papers.  She said her mother was Maria Marusinska.  However, on her marriage records, the church records show "Jan" and "Anna Kriger" as her parents.  I thought her father's name was Jan Marusinsky, BUT something tells me she may have been adopted or there is another story here.  I will research towns near Michalovce and see what I can find.  I know she had her oldest daughter in Levoca and by that time her mother was remarried (or married) to John Husarik.  I will continue to try to search out more information.  I appreciate your time and your help.  This is the first time I feel I am not alone in my search.
      > Linda
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      > From: John <johnqadam@...>
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      > Subject: [S-R] Re: Searching: Marusinska, Kriger, Husarik
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      > >>> Frances Marusinska, was born in Michalovce on 28 Feb 1888 to Jan Marusinsky and ??? Maria or Anna Kriger. <<<
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      > Not found in RC or GC online church records for Michalovce for the specified date. Perhaps from a nearby village.
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