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Re: Vlastivedny Slovnik

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  • John J. Kubla
    I was lucky enough to get a book from Slovakia called Stara Bystrica a okolie.. That is where my grandparents came from. BUT it is written in Slovak, so it is
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      I was lucky enough to get a book from Slovakia called Stara Bystrica a okolie..
      That is where my grandparents came from. BUT it is written in Slovak, so it is
      really hard to get any info from it.

      John J. KUBLA

      BARTEK,POPKOROVA,HRASKANKA,TIMCULOVA,TOMCOLA

      MASHAK,BURSIC,VINSKI

      Dollins wrote:

      > From: "Dollins" <axd2@...>
      >
      > >1. Does anyone have any experience with the book "Vlastivedn� Slovn�k Obc�
      > >na Slovensku" as a source of information on ancestral villages?
      >
      > I borrowed the volumes (there are three) on interlibrary loan -- it came
      > from the University of Pittsburgh. The history of each town is given along
      > with changes in town names through the years. It's all in Slovak, of course.
      >
      > Anabeth
      > axd2@...
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