[S-R] Re: Village: OROSZ VOLYA Surname: MITRO 1868 Hungarian Census
- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Caye Caswick <ccaswick@y...>
> The heading of the document says . . . "1869 Hungarian
> Census for Orosz Volya, Saros megye, Hungary"
> --- Bohdana Badzio <bbadzio@l...> wrote:
> > What part of Hungary was Orosz Volya in?
> > Bohdana
> > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Caye Caswick
> > <ccaswick@y...>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I ran across a .pdf of the 1868 Hungarian Census
> > -- it
> > > mentions my surname MITRO in the town Orosz Volya
> > --
> > > I've been to Shetlseeker -- but other than that,
> > does
> > > anyone have any info on the town Orosz Volya?
> > Thanks!
> > >
> > >
> > > Caye
1869 Hungarian Census of Sáros megye.
Orosz means Russian in Magyar.
Rus, rusky' Russian in Slovak.
Ruská (grammatical fem. gender)
Orosz-Volya (H) 1863-1902 Oroszvolya after 1920 Ruská Vol'a (S^aris^)
Orosz-Volya (H) 1927-1960 Ruská Vol'a now Ruská Vol'a nad Popradom
(S^aris^) at Polish border on Poprad river.
Orosz-Volova (H) later Oroszvolova and now Ruská Volová (Zemplín)
Ruská Vol'a was a Carpatho-Rusyn village 1900-1921 in Zempli zupa.
as was Ruská Vol'a nad Popradom in S^aris^ zupa.
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