Digest Number 199 Message 1
- 118 surname Mrazik are listed in the Social Security Death Index.
Probably several hundred surname bearers living in just the U.S.
You need to identify your particular surname more specifically ?
What was surname town/village of origin in Slovakia ?
Were surnames naturalized as citizens ?
What was surname religion ?
When did surnames emigrate to the U.S. ? Port of entry ?
What documentation do you have (if any) ?
Were surnames listed in the SSDI ?
Kovack can be a version of the Hungarian surname Kovach, Kov�cs,
In Hungarian, the letter cs is equivalent to the Slovak diacritic
c^ = ch.
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 surname affix -ic'/-vic', -ovic'
pron. ovich, meaning 'son of'.
You originally posted a query in May 2, 1999 at another Slovak
Where is Brezovan located ? Is it one of the 3 Brezov�
located in Slovakia ?
Have you found any additional clues in the past year ?
To help you researchers need some clues, too ?