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Re: [S-R] Plencner, Plenzner in Wagendrüssel , Spis

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  • Michael Mojher
    Marie, Go here: http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/ At the top are some tabs. Click on Toolbox The click on Slovakia Surname & Settlement search
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 11, 2010
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      Marie,

      Go here: http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/
      At the top are some tabs. Click on "Toolbox"
      The click on "Slovakia Surname & Settlement search (instructions)" Start with (instructions) so you will know what to do.
      Do you know there is a Jenner, CA?


      From: M Jenner
      Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 10:58 AM
      To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [S-R] Plencner, Plenzner in Wagendrüssel , Spis



      Hi Michael,

      I am new to this group. Is the 1995 Slovak Census searchable to anyone or do you have to belong to a service?

      Marie

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      From: Michael Mojher <mgmojher@...>
      To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thu, March 11, 2010 8:51:53 AM
      Subject: Re: [S-R] Plencner, Plenzner in Wagendrüssel , Spis

      Scott,
      This is what the surname Plencner has in the 1995 Slovak Census. They found 66 listings of the name in 26 places. Then they list the "Top 10 " places with that name and the number found there.\
      As you see, Nalepkovo, is number two on the list with 10. Six in Nalepkovo and 4 in an area of Nalepkovo called Hamre. Plus Prakovce with 4 listing is in the same District, Spisska Nova Ves.

      Priezvisko PLENCNER sa na Slovensku v roku 1995 nachádzalo 66×, celkový pocet lokalít: 26, najcastejsie výskyty v lokalitách:
      PETRZALKA (obec BRATISLAVA), okr. BRATISLAVA - 8×;
      NÁLEPKOVO, okr. SPISSKÁ NOVÁ VES (od r. 1996 GELNICA) - 6×;
      HÁMRE (obec NÁLEPKOVO), okr. SPISSKÁ NOVÁ VES (od r. 1996 GELNICA) - 4×;
      NOVÁ DUBNICA, okr. POVAZSKÁ BYSTRICA (od r. 1996 ILAVA) - 4×;
      NOVÉ ZÁMKY, okr. NOVÉ ZÁMKY - 4×;
      PRAKOVCE, okr. SPISSKÁ NOVÁ VES (od r. 1996 GELNICA) - 4×;
      DUBNICA NAD VÁHOM, okr. POVAZSKÁ BYSTRICA (od r. 1996 ILAVA) - 3×;
      GEMERSKÝ JABLONEC, okr. RIMAVSKÁ SOBOTA - 3×;
      TRNAVA, okr. TRNAVA - 3×;
      ZVOLEN, okr. ZVOLEN - 3×;

      Some websites on Nalepkovo - http://www.slovenskyraj.sk/obce/nalepkovo/en.html , http://www.nalepkovo.sk/ , http://www.statisti cs.sk/mosmis/ eng/zaklad. jsp?txtUroven= 440801&lstObec= 543373 ,

      The search engine that has the 1995 Census database also has a dictionary and grammar search engine. Plencner and Plenzner has only surname results. I would say the surname is not related to the Czech town and beer.
      The Hungarian royal government in 1400 began to invite German immigrants who knew trades to come to Hungary. In present-day Slovakia there are villages that are known for still being very German in their traditions and dress. So the name could be German and still be Slovak.

      http://translate. google.com/ translate? langpair= auto|en&u=http%3A% 2F%2Fwww. plencner. sk%2F

      From: Scott Plencner
      Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 10:25 PM
      To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@ yahoogroups. com
      Subject: [S-R] Plencner, Plenzner in Wagendrüssel , Spis

      I have been doing research for a long time but have never gotten very far back in the Old World with these branches of my family. Was wondering if anyone had any idea on specifics regarding these families and the following questions.

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      I am investigating PLENCNER. There are three major immigrants with this name to America that I know of. My immirant was Ludwig Plencner (ca 1870-1945 IL) and his wife was Anastasai Stanislawa Banach (1870-1952) of Chicago. It seems they made the journey to America in eary 1894 per U.S. Census papers and son's birth certificate. I am not sure if they were married in the U.S. or overseas. I know much of their lives after coming to America, but little about the Old World. Family tradition is that we are Polish and that Poznan was a stop on the way to America, but there has always been debate about this.

      Today there are many people named PLENCNER in Poznan and some along the Slovak-Polish border. The heaviest PLENCNER population in Europe is in Slovakia in the mining towns of Spis (Szepes) County. The Plencners have a history (that I know almost nothing about) in the Slovak town now known as Nalepkovo, once a German mining town called Wagendrüssel or Vogendrisel.

      I want to know (a) more about the PLENCNER family (aka PLENZNER); (b) more about the Spis region; (c) more about the potential migration of these people over time through Europe; (d) Does anyone else think this name has something to do with the Czech town of Pilsner?; (e) Is this name German in origin or is it Slovak?
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      All the best to you all.
      Scott Plencner
      Chicago, IL
      www.splencner. com/family
      for my family tree visit above site

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