- Do you know if your significant other s grandfather had a brother named Andrej? Or do you know his parents names? My great uncle was Andrej Pavlik. JoannMessage 1 of 3 , Nov 12, 2006View SourceDo you know if your significant other's grandfather had a brother named Andrej? Or do you know his parents names? My great uncle was Andrej Pavlik.
scorpioforu <beckiblair@...> wrote:
I've just posted some photos in the (PAVLIK) folder that I wanted to
share of our immigrant ancestors. My significant other's grandfather,
Juraj Pavlik, born 6/20/1884 Marikova, Hungary (today's Dolna
Marikova, Slovakia), immigrated 1906, died 6/30/1966 Racine, WI and
grandmother, Anna Duratny, born 2/11/1889 Banova, Hungary (today's
Banova, Slovakia) immigrated 1910, died 4/10/1952, Logan, Hocking Co.,
So as not to take up space in our Photo folder, I'll only leave them
there for a short time.
Thanks for letting me share.
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- Hi Joann, Our Juraj Pavlik did not have a brother named Andrej Pavlik. Do you have Andrej s date of birth? We are in contact currently with newly found PavlikMessage 2 of 3 , Nov 13, 2006View SourceHi Joann,
Our Juraj Pavlik did not have a brother named Andrej Pavlik. Do you have
Andrej's date of birth? We are in contact currently with newly found Pavlik
relatives in Slovakia and the Czech Republic that I would be happy to ask
about your Andrej Pavlik and see if they've heard of or know of him. Where
was he from?
We obtained our family line information after hiring Vladimir Bohinc, a
professional researcher that's a member of this group, who was able to find
several generations of our Pavlik line. It was well worth the cost for
everything he provided us and I would highly reccomend his services to
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