Message 4 Family History - Genealogy - Perich (Pirics) et al
- Before WW I, Slovakia was part of Upper Hungary (Felvid�k) and
part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Ungvarska is grammatical locative case for Ungv�r (H)
Uz^gorod, now located in the Ukraine just over the eastern
You probably mean Carpatho-Rusyns, i.e. Ruthenians.
Fedorko looks like a Rusnak surname.
Surname probably practiced the G.C. religion ?
Ungv�r was formerly in the old Hungarian Ung Megye (county)
Lackovce is located at Humenn� (Sv) Homonna (H) and 228 miles ENE
of Bratislava in eastern Slovakia.
Formerly located in the old Hungarian Zempl�n Megye (county)
Hungarians had a surname ending -ics which was not native to Hungarian
but a phonetic adaptation i.e. written -ics pron. ick.
This was akin to South Slavic -ic'/-vic', -ovic' pron. ovich, meaning
Similar to Polish -owicz or -owycz.
This special ending also has the same meaning in Russian.
So Pirics is pron. Perich
The LDS-Mormons have filmed the parish church registers for Humenn�
You should be able to research your g GF surnames through local LDS
- In a message dated 2/10/0 5:22:18 PM, GoSlovakia@... writes:
<< Where is Sobrance >>
Sobrance is at the far Eastern tip of Slovakia near the border with Ukraine
On the map find Michalovce in eastern Slovakia and then go about 20 km east
to Sobrance and then another 20 km to the Slovak/Ukraine border - the city of
Uz~horod is just over the border.