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Re: KOLPAK Family Message 4

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  • Frank Kurchina
    Bereg Megye was part of Czechoslovakia only from 1920 to WW 2 (Subcarpathian Rus ) and is now located in the Ukraine. It was part of Hungary from the 10th
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 24, 2000
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      Bereg Megye was part of Czechoslovakia only from 1920 to
      WW 2 (Subcarpathian Rus') and is now located in the Ukraine.
      It was part of Hungary from the 10th century to 1919.
      Believe the wrong county was listed for Darocz.

      Darocz/Ungdarocz [H] Dravci [Ru, U] was formerly located in Ung
      Megye.(Darócz can also be a Hungarian surname)
      Think it now called Dravtse and located 3 miles SSE of Uzhorod
      (Ungvár), Ukraine.
      In Hungarian, the letter cz is pron. ts.
      In most Slavic languages the plain letter c is also pron. ts.
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