36677Re: MOLITORIS Genealogy
- Aug 29, 2013Robert - Sts Cyril & Methodius Church is about 6 blocks from where I grew up. One of my school friends still attends there. I belonged to one of the SOKOL groups in town for about 5 years. We had a Bolcar who lived a block away. I don't recognize the Zibura name but we had a Giblock family that I went to HS with. My mom is originally from Bayonne but ended up in Boonton when she married my dad, originally from Nanticoke, PA, but his family is Lemko.
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "robert_shive" <robert_shive@...> wrote:
> Melissa-- Lots of families from the Matiasovce area passed through Boonton. My Bolczar clan (from Zalesie, then Gibely, same church as Matiasovce) did as well. My grandfather was born there, before the family moved to Phillipsburg. Two family names that come immediately to mind are Zibura and Giblyak
> --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Melissa" <mabensh@> wrote:
> > The Molitoris family from Boonton were my immediate neighbors diagonally behind the house I grew up in. My mom still lives in Boonton and she is very friendly with them still. Perhaps I can get some info from them - give me some questions you would like answered.
> > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "John" <johnqadam@> wrote:
> > >
> > > >>> October 8, 1922 Josef Molitoris arrived in New York, New York, on October 8, 1922, at the age of 19. Josef arrived on the SS President Arthur from Bremen. Going to Boonton, NJ to live with his brother, Stefan Molitoris. He came from Matiasovce, Czechoslovakia. (New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957) <<<
> > >
> > > Leading the MOLITORIS pack to Boonton, NJ, would be the following, first there 1896-1898 per notation on manifest.
> > >
> > > Molitorisc, Andrasz Matjasfalu 44 1861 1905
> > >
> > > By my reckoning, the computed DOB may be off if he is the same one living at Matiasovce 133 in the 1869 Hungarian Census.
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