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Re: [S-R] varos vs felso

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  • helene cincebeaux
    Carl Kotlarchik wrote: I have been reviewing the 1869 census for Szinna, Zemplen County. Some of the homes are listed as varos
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 2 6:48 PM
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      Carl Kotlarchik <kkotlarc@...> wrote: I have been reviewing the 1869 census for Szinna, Zemplen County.
      Some of the homes are listed as "varos" which I translate as town or
      borough. But some of the other homes are listed as "felso" with the
      same house numbers. "Felso" translates to upper or top. What does
      this mean in terms of the properties? I suppose there was an upper
      and lower side of some towns. Is this what the terms are designating?
      THAT'S HOW I UNDERSTAND IT - LATER MANY OF THE PLACES MERGED AND DROPPED OR LOST THE UPPER AND LONGER OR LARGER AND SMALLER - VELKY AND MALY DESIGNATIONS

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    • Vladimir Bohinc
      Are you saying, that there is Felso alone there? No other word but a house number attached to it? ... From: Carl Kotlarchik To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 2 9:26 PM
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        Are you saying, that there is Felso alone there? No other word but a house number attached to it?
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        From: Carl Kotlarchik
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        I have been reviewing the 1869 census for Szinna, Zemplen County.
        Some of the homes are listed as "varos" which I translate as town or
        borough. But some of the other homes are listed as "felso" with the
        same house numbers. "Felso" translates to upper or top. What does
        this mean in terms of the properties? I suppose there was an upper
        and lower side of some towns. Is this what the terms are designating?






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