6892Re: [S-R] Maczko, Macko, Orendas
- Feb 8, 2003Do you have an idea when your relatives came through Ellis Island and
have you checked spelling variations of their names through the site?
What was John Emil's wife's maiden name?
At that time period, much of the area between Market Street and Third
St was Slavic/Rusyn with a Jewish section along Passaic Street. Many
Slovaks went to St Michael's - partly because people there spoke a
language they knew. A little later in time it would have been St
Peter & Paul's RO on Monroe St, I believe, just past Market.
Yes, there is a strong likelihood your grandmother was GC if the baby
is in St Peter's. My paternal grandparents and others are there.
Have you tried asking the Passaic Vital Statistics for a copy of the
baby's birth certificate ($10)? It might supply another set of
spelling variations, so don't be surprised. I was born in Passaic.
When I sought to obtain records from the period you identify, I found
many are missing as midwives sometimes "forgot" to register the
births. A fallback would be to write to the state but they now seek
proof of a relationship to the party you are seeking. Sigh....
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Alyssa Eppich" <eppicha@a...>
> John, thanks for your help! I knew that you would come through.Orendas was a particularly hard name for me to trace as I truly
thought it was Hungarian. I did find Macko in the towns you listed,
plus some others like Nitra and Jaklovce, but have not gotten
further. There are also Mackos in Margecany.
> Although my great grandfather had a middle name, their first childEmil(b. 1902d.1903) was buried in St. Peter's Greek Catholic Cemetery
in Garfield New Jersey. Could it be that Mary was GC?
> ----- Original Message -----approx
> From: John M,
> To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 6:43 PM
> Subject: Re: [S-R] Maczko, Macko, Orendas
> At 09:34 PM 2/8/2003 +0000, you wrote:
> >I am looking for information regarding John Emil Maczko born
> >1881-d approx 1951 somewhere in Slovakia married Mary Orendas b.Szecspolyanka, which is
> >approx 1880 d 1934.
> I noticed there were a few Orendas in the EIDB from
> now Sec^ovska Polianka in Eastern Slovakia. When I searched thedirectory
> for using Ore for the surname and Sec for the town I came up withtwo
> Orendas in Sec^ovska Polianka and one in Sec^ovce. Doing asearch on Mac
> and Sec, I came up with five Macko in Sec^ovce and none inSec^ovska
> Polianka. I found a Jan Macko in Dvorianky about four milessouth of
> Sec^ovska Polianka. Sec^ovska Polianka is about 10 miles NNEfrom
> Sec^ovce. The fact that John had a middle name would indicatethat he was
> probably Roman Catholic. Greek Catholics are baptized andconfirmed at the
> same time and normally do not have a middle name. My father'sname was
> Maczko when he emigrated and it was Anglicized to Matsko early on.email to
> John M.
> >They emigrated to Passaic New Jersey where they
> >had a grocery store at 230 Market St. Any help would be greatly
> >appreciated. I do have photos that could be uploaded, if anyone
> >thinks that would help. Many thanks!
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