If the Kosice archive doesn't have them, they may have been lost in fire.
Many times I found this to be a case. One time during my research I
discovered near Snina that former priest upon his retirement took the
records with him and nobody can find them.
Licince should have the records from 1896 as that is the last cut off date
fro archives. This still doesn't help in your ancestral search.
Did you try local office in Jelsava or Tornala as Licince is looks like in
the middle between these two larger towns. Just a hint.
At 09:03 AM 5/11/2004, you wrote:
>I am trying to find out who holds the records for Licince for 1860-1899.
>The Mormons only have them, up to 1787-1859, so does the Archives in Kosice.
>The Archives in Kosice could not tell me where the records are for 1860-1899.
>I called the LDH in Salt Lake and they said more records for Gemer will
>come out in 6 months (maybe) I wrote to Hucin Reg. I am still waiting for
>Licince holds records after 1908 only.
>Would anyone here, happen to know where, the records might be for
>Licince? (1869-1899) any ideas?
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