RE: [S-R] Re: Village & Family Connections
- The "cz" was usually the archaic Magyar ("Hungarian") spelling, "C" with a
hacek (accent mark atop) is the Slovak, and because it sounds like English
"ch", it's often Americanized as "ch".
From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of John
Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 2009 3:05 PM
Subject: [S-R] Re: Village & Family Connections
>>> But the Tomoczk, Tomoczik(?) are difficult, I know it was Anglicizedwhen my grandad reached the US to TOMOCHICK. <<<
Using the Steve Morse web site as a resource for Ellis Island research, we
find Tomocsik from the relevant part of Slovakia. That may be our best guess
for the moment.
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That's great information! TY so much!
On Nov 4, 2009, at 4:50 PM, Janet Kozlay wrote:
> According to the Dvorzsak Gazetteer, the Reformed records for
> Blatne Remety
> (Hungarian name Saros-Remete) are found with those for Vysnie
> Revistia, a
> couple of miles to the north. FHC has the films for 1794-1916.
> FHC #1920469, Item 6, contains births 1794 to 1830.
> FHC #1920470, Items 1-3, contain the following:
> Births 1830-1916
> Marriages 1851-1895
> Deaths 1794-1867
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