>>> George John Tomasko, born 1873 in Lazsczo, Saros, Slovakia <<<I would say that you are on the right track. Take everything with a
grain of salt. For example, in the above quote, there was no
Slovakia in 1873.
Best to have a look at the original church records.
CHURCH RECORDS AT LATTER DAY SAINTS (MORMON) LDS FAMILY HISTORY
When searching for genealogical information, knowing the birth
village is paramount because records are organized by village not
nationally, so it is not possible to search on a national basis. It
is also necessary to know the religion. To locate church records for
Slovakia, knowing the village/town name, go to the LDS web site:
LDS has Roman Catholic parish registers of births, marriages, deaths
and confirmations for Brezov, Slovakia; formerly Nyirjes, Sáros,
Hungary. Includes surrounding villages of Frankovce, Lascov, Marhaò
and tefurov in Slovakia, formerly Ferencvágás, Lszcó, Margonya and
Stefuró (or Istvánd) in Sáros county, Hungary.
Krstení 1840-1869 Zomrelí 1840-1857 - FHL INTL Film [ 1792030 Item
Zomrelí 1857-1869 Sobáeni 1840-1869 Birmovaní 1851, 1874 Krstení
1870-1897 Sobáení 1870-1902 Zomrelí 1870-1897 Index k matrike
pokrstených 1840-1900 Index k matrike zomrelých 1840-1900 Druhopsý
Krstení, sobáení, zomrelí 1871-1895 - FHL INTL Film [ 1792031
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LOCATE YOUR NEAREST FAMILY HISTORY CENTER AND ORDER FILM
You can go to the LDS web site to locate your nearest Family History
Center (FHC) and determine their hours of operation. You will need
to go there in person to order the film(s). In about a month, the
film will arrive and you can book a film reader and begin your
TRANSLATION OF CHURCH RECORDS
Checkout http://www.bmi.net/jjaso/ for parish record header
For a translation guide which you can download -
1910 HUNGARIAN MAP
The old Hungarian map can be found at:
Look in the pale yellow area, right side of map, right side of Topu
River, for Laszo. That's your village.
SAVE the map on YOUR computer. OPEN the map in any graphics program.
CUT and PRINT the relevant section of the map. Otherwise, you just
get a corner. This map uses the Hungarian village names that you
will likely find in church records.