Re: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Re: Help
- That was my starting point for my father's patrilineal relatives -- a town
was mentioned, although misspelled, on his father's death certificate.
----- Original Message -----
From: Judy (& Dr. Joe) Quashnock <judyq@...>
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2000 8:14 PM
Subject: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Re: Help
> Things are a little sketchy now, but the key is to locate their hometown.
> you have a death certificate, I suggest you contact the church/cemetery
> they were buried and ask for a copy of their record. This is how I
> town of my great grandparents. Until I did this, all official records
> listed them as from "Austria". Once you have their town of birth, you can
> looking at microfilmed church records, ship manifests, etc.
> Good luck.
> Dr. "Q"
> >Bruce Bagin wrote:
> > What is the next step in finding my ancestors and can anyone confirm
> > the names are slovak?
> > from the death certificates of my grandparents who lived and died in
> > Milwaukee Wisconsin, I have learned the following:
> > My grandfather KAROL BAGIN was born in CZECHO-SLOVAKIA on September 10,
> > to MICHAEL BAGIN and ELIZABETH KRALIK.
> > My grandmother MARY BAGIN was born in Czecho-slovakia on June 15, 1881
> > JOSEPH MINAR and EVA ZSIKAVSZKY.
> > ANY HELP IS MOST WELCOME AND GREATLY APPRECIATED.
> > Bruce Bagin
> > 312 Boulevard of the Allies,#600
> > Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1923
> > 412-281-1110
> > FAX 412-281-8481
> > email bagin@...