Helene did it again, found the 'right' village.
I let myself be distracted by the mountain one. This one by Podolinec is in
"The Slovak-Polish Tatras offered by LOOK. On page 232 it has a 3" of
column write-up on the village, pop 1.100, in the valley of Lomnicky potok
brook (potok is brook, no?) 3 km east of Podolinec. Founded by the
Görgeys', first reference 1294, occupations Farming, last century also linen
bleaching. Much burned down 1813-1887. After the German displacement
population is prevailingly Roma. Original early gothic RC church dates from
1300, renovated in classic style in 19th century.
The karpaten deutsch list it as Klein Lomnitz
Sounds like I will have to visit on my next drive through!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2001 6:20 PM
Subject: Re: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Richwalsky, Fiedler from Lomnicka
> In a message dated 1/16/2001 1:40:38 AM, jmartinrd@... writes:
> << Is the tiny village a few kilometers from Podolinec
> the same as the village of Tatranska Lomnica? >>
> Julie - your Lomnicka is near Podolinec. Tatranska Lomnica means the
> in the Tatras and is in what is now the resort area to the southwest.
> Lomnicka means little Lomnica. - it's beautiful there - on the edge of a
> large wilderness area. It's such a tiny place - seems like a letter to
> Mayor would let you know if any of your family are still there.