[S-R] Re: 1869 Hungarian census
- Thanks! Yes, I was not sure if anyone else was interested enough for
me to put in the effort, but the translation was from poor English
summary and correcting the scanner misreadings. I picked up the book
in 1982 despite the communistic attitude toward customers.
I wrote a Slovak list of four or five topics of interest before I
walked into a bookstore & disrupted two clerks chatting with one
another. They told me coldly that they had no books on history,
architecture or the other topics I listed, and they did not look
happy when I turned to the shelves instead of the door. I found four
or five books of interest including this one, and treasure it. I am
starting to wonder what to do with my collection of books with the
next generation totally uninterested, and Alaska has no 'colony' of
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, nhasior@a... wrote:
> thank you for one of the most interesting articles. you must have
> great deal of time in translating this document. i have printed it
out and will
> save it for future reference and to share with some of my friends
> quite intested in historical views.
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- Trencin Census did not survive. Therefore it could not be filmed.
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Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 6:15 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] 1869 Hungarian census
>>> Regarding the 1869 Hungarian Census . . . does anyone know if
additional counties have been added (mainly interested in Trenscen)?<<<
The list of census films is on line at the LDS web site. Sorry, no
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