Re: [S-R] help with a town
- hi thanks for the info i don't no the name of any of
my uncles on my grandfathers side, Rak. i no very
little sorry this took so long but my computer is down
and have to wait for rides to the library. thanks
again. oh i no my grandfather spent some time in
Youngstown, Ohio. does that help? thanks jean
--- tarzantu2@... wrote:
> Hi Jean & Peter,__________________________________________________
> I'm sorry I missed your original emails, but Rak
> caught my eye on this one.
> To Jean - I have a Walter Rak married to Anna
> Goldinak (a second marriage
> for Anna), married in 1947 (I would assume in
> Chicago). I have nothing else on
> Walter. Anna was born about 1914 and died about
> November, 1990. She had a
> daughter, Rosemarie, born in 1937 from her first
> marriage (husband unknown).
> To Peter Nagy - My grandparents, Frank Kalman and
> Sophia Goldinak had life
> long friends named Nagy in Elkhart, IN, my hometown.
> I also have two Nagy
> families in my neighborhood of Mission, Texas. They
> are father, Alexander P.
> Nagy (80's), wife unknown, and son, Robert and
> Cheryl Nagy, (60's). There are
> still quite a few Nagys living in Elkhart.
> Ray Slack
> Researching the following surnames - Csarnogorsky
> (sp?), Goldinak, Kalman,
> Narcis, Vojtecka (likely sp? but listed as Voytick
> (phonetic sp on dtr's
> marriage certificate in Elkhart, Indiana), all from
> Slovakia, Mendenhall, and
> Wooten from England, and Slack (Slecht, Sleght and
> various other spellings) from
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- Hi Jean,
I'm not really researching the Rak name, as it was a second marriage, which
I don't think produced any children. All I have is his name. Your
grandfather's Youngstown connection has no meaning for me since I have no information
on this surname.
Thanks for your reply and I hope your computer problems are quickly resolved.
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