- Glad to find this list. My roots are in western Slovakia: Brezova pod Bradlom, Myjava, and Banovce nad Bebravou. Anabeth Dollins firstname.lastname@example.org Family names fromMessage 1 of 50 , Jun 24, 1999View SourceGlad to find this list. My roots are in western Slovakia: Brezova pod
Bradlom, Myjava, and Banovce nad Bebravou.
Family names from Banovce nad Bebravou: BOLECH, HACSKO, KORBEL, KRIZAN,
Family names from Brezova pod Bradlom: BATKA, BEDNAR, BLANAR, DODRV, HUSKA,
JURICEK, KLUCOVSKY, KOPECKY, KOSTELANCIK, KRAVARIK, KRISKO, KUCERA, MAKYS,
OSUSKY, PLACKO, POSEDNIK, POTUCEK, REPTA, SASKO, SLAHOR, SLUKA, TOMASKA,
VALKO, VICIAN, ZVONAR.
Family names from Myjava: ADAMEK, BOHAC, KAVICKY, MOCKOVCIAK, SADAK.
- Julie is right, but It is necessery to check also the index. There are some books indexed, which are not accessible by browsing. Some of these have a pictureMessage 50 of 50 , Sep 16, 2012View SourceJulie is right, but It is necessery to check also the index. There are some books indexed, which are not accessible by browsing. Some of these have a picture added, some have no picture added.
From: Julie Michutka <jmm@...>
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2012 19:27:02
Subject: Re: [S-R] Roll Call: re szalamon
Be sure to search the images of the actual registers, and not rely entirely on the indexes published by FamilySearch. The indexing is not completely done by a long shot, and different people will read (and write the index entry) differently and possibly erroneously. If you know your family's village of origin, there's nothing like going through the register yourself and familiarizing yourself with local names, the handwriting of the person(s) writing the records, etc.
On Sep 15, 2012, at 7:00 PM, D D wrote:
> And for old world records? Of what spellings would be advantageous?
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