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  • Bill Tarkulich
    You don t need the link unless you want to buy the books. ... -- Bill Tarkulich http://www.iabsi.com
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 14, 2009
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      You don't need the link unless you want to buy the books.

      On Tue, April 14, 2009 4:50 pm, maxine wrote:
      > Bill, thanks for the links, however, the links will not go through. Can
      > it be fixed-good links. thanks maxine sasala
      >
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      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Bill Tarkulich
      > To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Sunday, April 12, 2009 2:17 PM
      > Subject: [S-R] Look-up Offers
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      >
      > Back in the "old days", travelers would come back from Slovakia with a
      > phone
      > book, or other source material and offer to do "look ups" for free for
      > correspondents. Correspondence was a lot more primitive and slower then.
      > In the spirit of "look ups" I'd like to offer that same lookup service
      > for
      > anyone desiring. I'll do it on my own time and it won't cost you a
      > penny.
      > Sometimes I can even scan a page or two on your village and email it.
      >
      > I've noted this before, and posted this offer on my web, but people come
      > and
      > go and info can be hard to find.
      >
      > If you have books of interest and would be willing to look up info for
      > folks, please post it here on S-R, even if it's the same book someone
      > else
      > has. We all get busy and having multiples is useful.
      >
      > Here are my books that I am willing to do "look ups" from for you:
      >
      > "Nazvy obci Slovenskej Republiky" (NAMES OF VILLAGES, SLOVAK REPUBLIC),
      > Milan Majtan, 1997. This is a recently published book which identifies
      > all
      > the names and locations for all Slovakia villages from year 1773 to
      > 1997.
      > This is probably the most reliable method of obtaining the various place
      > names.
      >
      > 7. <http://www.talmamedia.com/> ATLAS AND GAZETTEER OF HISTORIC HUNGARY
      > 1914 (based on 1910 Census)
      > <http://www.talmamedia.com/> (Second edition of Administrative Atlas of
      > Hungary 1914) "Magyarország közigazgatási atlasza 1914",
      > <http://www.talmamedia.com/> Talma Publishers. For each village it not
      > only contains fairly detailed period map, but an Index of Village names
      > used
      > in 1910 to 1914. For each village, the population, ethnic and religious
      > makeup is provided. It can also give you clues when trying to determine
      > what church your family went to and where it could have been located.
      > The
      > data is taken from the 1910 Census and the 1913/14 Gazetteers.
      >
      > DICTIONARY OF HUNGARIAN PLACE-NAMES "Magyar helységnév-azonosító szótár"
      > by
      > György Lelkes, <http://www.talmamedia.com/> Talma Publishers. Goes well
      > beyond Nazvy (above) to include all successor countries of Hungary
      > (i.e.,
      > Romania, Ukraine, etc.) not just Slovakia.
      >
      > VLASTIVEDNY SLOVNIK OBCI NA SLOVENSKU - 1977 VEDA, Bratislava - (in
      > Slovak) contains a couple of paragraph description of present-day
      > villages,
      > historical statistics, church information and village names. May or may
      > not
      > contain picture of the village. I am willing to scan pages from the book
      > and email to you. I am not willing to translate the Slovak for you as my
      > time is very limited.
      >
      > CIRKEVNE MATRIKY NA SLOVENSKU ZO 16.-19. SOTROCIA, Parish Registers in
      > Slovakia from the 16th to th 19th Century. 1991, Odbor Archivnictva
      > Ministerstva Vnutra SR. (Slovakia State Archives) Index of all the
      > church record holdings of the Slovak State Archives.
      >
      > DREWNIANA ARCHITEKTURA CERKIEWNA - Ryszard Brykowski, 1995, Warsaw -
      > Church
      > directory of architecturally significant extant churches in Southern
      > Poland
      > (Galicia). Narrative (polish) and black and white photos.
      >
      > CHURCHES OF UKRAINE ZAKARPATTIA, Mykhailo Syrokham, 2000. History of
      > Eastern Rite churches in the province of Zakarpattia, Ukraine. Written
      > in
      > Ukrainian. History and contemporary church photos.
      >
      > CHURCH IN RUINS - Oleh Wolodymyr Iwanusiw, 1987, Canada. Written in
      > Ukraian
      > - The Demise of the Ukrainian churches in the Eparchy of Peremyshl.
      > Present-day photos and short history of each parish, organized by
      > Deanery.
      > Some of these photos can make you cry - the communists turned some of
      > them
      > into fertilizer storehouses.
      >
      > Regards,
      >
      > Bill
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      Bill Tarkulich
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