Re: [S-R] I meant Cukalovce!
- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Vicky" <hcross888@...> wrote:
> Do you know how to go about getting a birth certificate from the
> Do I send a certain amount of money with a written request?I can only speak for Budkovce and my recent experience. Twenty look
ups in the civic records were specified in Slovak (only) and the cost
was SKK 50 per name. I provided all the known information about each
individual in an Excel spreadsheet format. The recording secretary
was too busy to handle the task while I was present and so the
project was handled later. I am about to receive the results via e-
mail from a local cousin. I left the SKK 1,000 payment while I was in
I would suggest that you use the following request form as a guide.
WRITING FOR SLOVAK RECORDS
For Czech and Slovak research letter writing help, go to:
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Click on RESEARCH HELPS
Click on the letter "C"
Scroll to the bottom of the page
Select and print PDF document Czech and Slovak Letter-writing Guide
- why do you need a certificate? Won't the information itself suffice?
Getting an official town document is much more expensive and slower
In any event, write to village mayor. Explain your request and your
relationship to the individual (only direct descendants is the privacy law
Some mayors will respond, some may not. If not, then you'll need someone
to call and sort it out that way. While the laws may be consistent, not
every mayor responds similarly.
On Thu, February 7, 2008 2:16 pm, Vicky wrote:
> Do you know how to go about getting a birth certificate from the town?
> Do I send a certain amount of money with a written request?
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