9112Re: Help needed with a surname...
- Jan 27, 2004I believe I am related to the Kormanciks of Oravské Veselé as my
grandmother's passport listed Veselé as her residence and birth
My grandmother's name was Kristina Kormancik, daughter of John
Kormancik and Mary (Styer) Kormancik. She had 2 brothers, John and
Stefan, and one sister, Mary.
How do about tracing my family tree from there and locating long
lost relatives (children and grandchildren of my grandmother's
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Frank <frankur@a...>"
> --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Vladimir Bohinc"<konekta@n...>
> wrote:surname, of
> > Dear Frank,
> > I found those four under the surname Kormancsik.
> > The surname Korman, however, is also a legitimate slovak
> which I have found many on church records.derived
> > I would bet, Korman bas the basic surname and Kormancik was
> from it..man by
> > Regards,
> > Vladimir
> Dear Vladimir,
> You are quite correct.
> Kormancik (Kormanc^ik)
> So, -c^ik or -cik were modifiers to the actual root name Korman.
> And misspelled in ship manifest as Komanczik and Komancsik.
> From Buková (Sk) Bikszárd (H), Bernolákovo (Sk) Cseklész (H),
> and Oravské Veselé (Sk) Veszele (H)
> Korman was the 'root word'.
> Slovak diminutive forms -ko, -ak, -ek, and -ik were used as surname
> affixes indicating small size or state /quality (of smallness)
> Slovak surnames :
> Kormanak, Kormanik Kormancik, Kormanc^ik, Kormanovic, etc.
> You are in Slovensko.
> I haven't been there since 1946 and am not current on surname
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Frank <frankur@a...>
> > To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 12:08 PM
> > Subject: [S-R] Re: Help needed with a surname...
> > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Kristi <mcrulz@n...>"
> > <mcrulz@n...> wrote:
> > > My grandmother emmigrated from Czechoslovakia to the United
> > in
> > > the early part of last century. Here she married a Polish
> > > last name of Ziemba. My problem is that I know her maiden
> > > was "Kormancyk", but I'm not sure about the spelling sinceI've
> > > searched numerous databases with no result. If anyone knowsmuch
> > > about the proper spelling of this surname, a reply would be
> > > appreciated.email
> > The Hungarian letter 'cs' was usually equivalent to Slovak
> > diacritical letter c^ = ch.
> > In surnames the letters i/y were usually interchangeable.
> > You could expect variants of the Slovak spelling for Kormancyk.
> > For example, 4 surnames Kormancik emigrated to the U.S.
> > from Veszele (H) Hungary, which is Oravské Veselé (Sk) located
> > in western Slovakia.
> > Some emigrants changed or shortened names after arrival in the
> > U.S.
> > For example, => Korman.
> > That is not the problem.
> > How to identify which Ziemba was your GM's spouse ?
> > What was his first name and they married and settled where ?
> > 488 surnames Ziemba emigrated to the U.S. via Ellis Island
> > Gedcom files list over 400 surname Ziemba bearers.
> > There are thousands of surnames Ziemba bearers just in the U.S.
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