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  • gidget8154
    Thanks, I ll look into it a little further then. Good advice. Lisa ... Catholic Rites ... faith ... Greek ... around ... you ... the ... enough ... religin ...
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 25, 2006
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      Thanks, I'll look into it a little further then. Good advice.

      Lisa
      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Tarkulich"
      <bill.tarkulich@...> wrote:
      >
      > Don't assume that.
      > I would say it is safe to assume they were from one of the
      Catholic Rites
      > - most people went to a church in America that was either the same
      faith
      > or which recognized their faith. In my mind, it could be Roman or
      Greek
      > Catholic without further info.
      >
      > Do you know where they went to church, where they lived? Look
      around
      > these places and see if GC churches existed in those time.
      >
      > Were your GGPs born here? Find their birth information, it tells
      you
      > something more about their parents.
      >
      > Then again, when you are certain of the village and if you find
      the
      > predominant population was of one faith, it might be a fair bet.
      >
      > You may be right. I'm suggesting you turn over every stone, do
      enough
      > rigorous research to prove or disprove your assumtion.
      >
      > BT
      >
      > On Tue, July 25, 2006 10:02 am, gidget8154 said:
      > > Thanks! That gives me alot of places to look. I know that my
      > > grandparents were roman catholic, however I don't know what
      religin
      > > my great grandparents were. I would just assume that they were
      Roman
      > > Catholic also.
      > >
      > > Lisa
      > > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "johnqadam" <johnqadam@>
      > > wrote:
      > >>
      > >> BASIC RESEARCH HELP
      > >> For basic research help, be sure to visit Bill Tarkulich's
      > > excellent
      > >> site at http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/
      > >>
      > >> CURRENT MAP
      > >> To locate places in Europe, especially if you are not sure of
      the
      > >> proper spelling of the place name, the best reference is found
      at
      > >> http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm
      > >>
      > >> ShtetlSeeker will take you there via Mapquest.
      > >>
      > >> SLOVAK TELEPHONE WHITE PAGES
      > >> You might find relatives in Slovakia who have a telephone by
      > > looking
      > >> them up in the phone book white pages at
      > >> http://www.zoznamst.sk/hladaj?co=st_zoznam_en
      > >>
      > >> To use the search engine, you need to complete the first 5
      letters
      > >> of last name plus wild card *
      > >> In the 'Town' section use 00 and leave the area code blank to
      > > search
      > >> all Slovakia.
      > >>
      > >> The Slovak area code map is at
      > >> http://www.centroconsult.sk/facilities/phonemap.html
      > >>
      > >> >>> Her father was Michael Sarisky, he was born in Radch,
      Slovakia
      > >> [sic] <<<
      > >>
      > >> Slovakia did not exist in the 1800s.
      > >>
      > >> CHURCH RECORDS AT LATTER DAY SAINTS (MORMON) LDS FAMILY HISTORY
      > >> CENTER (FHC)
      > >> 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:
      > >> www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp The
      > > church
      > >> records cover baptisms (krsteni), marriages (sobeseni) and
      deaths
      > >> (zomreli).
      > >>
      > >> LDS has Roman Catholic parish registers of baptisms, marriages,
      > >> deaths, and confirmations for Radac'ov (Prešov), Slovakia later
      > > part
      > >> of the city of Radatice; formerly Radács, Sáros, Hungary.
      > >>
      > >> Krstení 1720-1726, 1733-1736, 1739-1746 Krstení 1748, 1751-1795
      > >> Sobášení 1753-1795 Zomrelí 1795, 1756-1787, 1793-1795 - FHL
      INTL
      > >> Film [ 1793519 Item 3 ]
      > >>
      > >> Krstení 1796-1818 Sobášení 1796-1816 Zomrelí 1796-1818 Krstení
      > > 1816-
      > >> 1852 Birmovaní 1836, 1841, 1851 Sobášení 1816-1818, 1820-1851
      > >> Birmovaní 1851 Zomrelí 1816-1852 Krstení 1852-1877 Birmovaní
      1884
      > >> Sobášení 1852-1877 Birmovaní 1858, 1873 - FHL INTL Film [
      > > 1793527 ]
      > >>
      > >> Zomrelí 1852-1877 Krstení 1878-1886 - FHL INTL Film [ 1793527 ]
      > >>
      > >> Krstení 1886-1895 Sobášení 1878-1895 Zomrelí 1878-1895 .
      > > DRUHOPISY:
      > >> Krstení, sobášení 1861 Krstení, sobášení 1864-1865 Krstení,
      > >> sobášení, zomrelí 1866 Krstení, sobášení, zomrelí 1869-1895 -
      FHL
      > >> INTL Film [ 1793528 Items 1-2 ]
      > >>
      > >> LDS also has the VERY informative 1869 Hungarian Census:
      > >> Radács (Radaèov) FHL INTL Film 2189247 Item 2
      > >>
      > >> 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
      > >> research.
      > >>
      > >> TRANSLATION OF CHURCH RECORDS
      > >> Checkout http://www.bmi.net/jjaso/ for parish record header
      > >> translations.
      > >>
      > >> For a Hungarian translation guide which you can download –
      > >> http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/RG/frameset_rg.asp?
      > >>
      > >
      Dest=G1&Aid=&Gid=&Lid=&Sid=&Did=&Juris1=&Event=&Year=&Gloss=&Sub=&Tab
      > >> =&Entry=&Guide=WLHungarian.ASP
      > >>
      > >> 1910 HUNGARIAN MAP
      > >> The old Hungarian map can be found at:
      > >> http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/saros.jpg
      > >>
      > >> Find Eperjes = Presov mid-map in the beige area. Look southwest
      in
      > >> the pink area for Radacs. 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.
      > >>
      > >>
      > >> >>> Mary Hodoba was born in Pennsylvania, but her parents John
      and
      > >> Susan Hodoba came from Austria/Slovakland. Her father came in
      1879
      > >> and was born about Mar 1957 [sic} <<<
      > >>
      > >> The only relevant phone listing is in Presov and that suggests
      we
      > >> have the correct geography.
      > >> Hodobaj Ladislav, Prostìjovská 62, Prešov
      > >>
      > >> >>> His wife Susan Hodoba came over in 1883 with her son Jan
      > > Hodoba.
      > >> Her maiden name was Hochella <<<
      > >> This needs work to pin down the village name.
      > >>
      > >
      > >
      > >
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