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512 individuals from Kosicka' Bela' migrated to America between 1892-1924

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  • frank.r.plichta@earthlink.net
    A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka Bela to America during the years 1892-1924. The population of the village of Kosicka Bela
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 24, 2011
      A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
      America during the years 1892-1924.

      The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census years
      was as follows:
      1890 = 1066
      1900 = 911
      1910 = 880
      1921 = 768
      1930 = 757
      The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
      Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.

      During that same period of time the following number of individuals Migrated
      to America.
      1892-1899 = 104
      1900-1909 = 265
      1910-1920 = 131
      1921-1929 = 12

      The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
      the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
      find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
      spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
      Kassa Bela or
      Kassabela during this time.

      Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
      K.
      Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
      Kasabela,
      Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.

      The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
      company
      when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
      Europe
      as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
      the
      work for the Ellis Island web site.

      Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
      directly for
      assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
      ancestors
      due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
      passengers lists.

      Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
      attempt was
      made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
      lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
      some
      of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
      might
      help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.

      ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
      BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
      BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
      CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
      DISKANT(6),
      DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
      FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
      [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
      FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
      GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
      HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
      HLAJTUK(1),
      HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
      HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
      IZEDLACSCK(1),
      JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
      JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
      KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
      KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
      KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
      KOLVEK(11),
      KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
      KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
      KRISTOF(4),
      KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
      LENARTH(1),
      LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
      MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
      MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
      MARJAK(3),
      MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
      MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
      NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
      PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
      PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
      RENDES(1),
      RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
      ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
      SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
      TANOSCSAK(1),
      TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
      TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
      URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
      VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
      ZAVIK(10).

      Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?

      Till we type again.
      Frank R. Plichta
      "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
    • patskanovo
      I have compiled a list of surnames from the village of Patakos (Patskanovo)and the destinations given where the the individuals were going to here in America.
      Message 2 of 6 , Sep 24, 2011
        I have compiled a list of surnames from the village of Patakos (Patskanovo)and the destinations given where the the individuals were going to here in America.

        It also includes variations of the village and surnames as transcribed.

        I was able to connect many families doing this....

        Patakos was in former Bereg County and as we know these records are not indexed as yet.

        Not a small task Frank. I have since expanded this database to include other ports of entry,ie: Philadelphia,Boston etc.

        Dennis

        --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, <frank.r.plichta@...> wrote:
        >
        >
        > A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
        > America during the years 1892-1924.
        >
        > The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census years
        > was as follows:
        > 1890 = 1066
        > 1900 = 911
        > 1910 = 880
        > 1921 = 768
        > 1930 = 757
        > The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
        > Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.
        >
        > During that same period of time the following number of individuals Migrated
        > to America.
        > 1892-1899 = 104
        > 1900-1909 = 265
        > 1910-1920 = 131
        > 1921-1929 = 12
        >
        > The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
        > the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
        > find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
        > spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
        > Kassa Bela or
        > Kassabela during this time.
        >
        > Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
        > K.
        > Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
        > Kasabela,
        > Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.
        >
        > The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
        > company
        > when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
        > Europe
        > as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
        > the
        > work for the Ellis Island web site.
        >
        > Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
        > directly for
        > assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
        > ancestors
        > due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
        > passengers lists.
        >
        > Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
        > attempt was
        > made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
        > lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
        > some
        > of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
        > might
        > help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.
        >
        > ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
        > BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
        > BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
        > CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
        > DISKANT(6),
        > DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
        > FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
        > [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
        > FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
        > GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
        > HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
        > HLAJTUK(1),
        > HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
        > HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
        > IZEDLACSCK(1),
        > JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
        > JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
        > KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
        > KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
        > KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
        > KOLVEK(11),
        > KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
        > KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
        > KRISTOF(4),
        > KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
        > LENARTH(1),
        > LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
        > MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
        > MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
        > MARJAK(3),
        > MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
        > MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
        > NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
        > PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
        > PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
        > RENDES(1),
        > RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
        > ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
        > SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
        > TANOSCSAK(1),
        > TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
        > TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
        > URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
        > VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
        > ZAVIK(10).
        >
        > Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?
        >
        > Till we type again.
        > Frank R. Plichta
        > "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
        >
      • htcstech
        A good study. Well done. I can identify with the spelling variations, which was a hard nut to crack in my research. There is one single point about spelling
        Message 3 of 6 , Sep 24, 2011
          A good study. Well done.
          I can identify with the spelling variations, which was a hard nut to crack
          in my research.
          There is one single point about spelling variations that I only discovered
          last night that I wish to share.

          My father's name was MARAFKO and I found a GGGGrandfather who was born as
          MORAVKO but was recorded in his death record as MARAFKO.

          In my search for origins, I've been looking at tax records, phone surnames
          etc for MORAVKO.

          Weirdly, I typed MORAVKO into YouTube (of all things) and it came up with 1
          Serbian song with MORAVKO in the title !
          I used Google Translate to get English and Slovak and Czeh versions of the
          song title.
          I got these variations:

          MORAVKA (with and without diacritical marks)
          MORAVEK
          MORAVKE (as sung in the song)

          MORAVEK was particularly interesting because I was discounting it in my
          searches as being too different. There were LOTS of MORAVEK in the towns I
          was skimming through.

          I then suddenly realised that depending on which language a name is written
          in, even between Slovak and Czeh, Slovene, Rus, Polish etc, varaitions will
          creep in.
          The other thing was that why would a computer program alter the spelling
          unless it actually means something?
          I kind of knew the answer - that my ancestors were named after MRVA orsag -
          or in Latin, MORAVIA or MORVA.
          On Czeh/Slovak/Austrian border there is the MORAVA river.

          There is also a MORAVA river that runs from Albania, eastwards through
          Macedonia and Serbia and joins the Danube.
          The significance of that is there are a few MORAVKO families that migrated
          to the States from Vojvodina and lower Hungary, but they were most likely
          named from the MORAVA river district in old Yugoslavia and not the MORAVA
          river in Bohemia/Slovakia.

          And so ends my search on origins. I call it the SMITH EFFECT. What used to
          be a fairly unique name: MARAFKO, has now turned into MORAVA-(add your own
          ending) - and every 2nd word in Czech seems to begin with MORAV - a very
          common name.


          Peter


          On 24 September 2011 22:22, <frank.r.plichta@...> wrote:

          > **
          >
          >
          >
          > A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
          > America during the years 1892-1924.
          >
          > The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census
          > years
          > was as follows:
          > 1890 = 1066
          > 1900 = 911
          > 1910 = 880
          > 1921 = 768
          > 1930 = 757
          > The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
          > Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.
          >
          > During that same period of time the following number of individuals
          > Migrated
          > to America.
          > 1892-1899 = 104
          > 1900-1909 = 265
          > 1910-1920 = 131
          > 1921-1929 = 12
          >
          > The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
          > the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
          > find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
          > spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
          > Kassa Bela or
          > Kassabela during this time.
          >
          > Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
          > K.
          > Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
          > Kasabela,
          > Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.
          >
          > The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
          > company
          > when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
          > Europe
          > as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
          > the
          > work for the Ellis Island web site.
          >
          > Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
          > directly for
          > assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
          > ancestors
          > due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
          > passengers lists.
          >
          > Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
          > attempt was
          > made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
          > lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
          > some
          > of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
          > might
          > help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.
          >
          > ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
          > BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
          > BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
          > CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
          > DISKANT(6),
          > DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
          > FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
          > [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
          > FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
          > GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
          > HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
          > HLAJTUK(1),
          > HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
          > HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
          > IZEDLACSCK(1),
          > JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
          > JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
          > KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
          > KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
          > KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
          > KOLVEK(11),
          > KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
          > KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
          > KRISTOF(4),
          > KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
          > LENARTH(1),
          > LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
          > MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
          > MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
          > MARJAK(3),
          > MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
          > MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
          > NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
          > PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
          > PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
          > RENDES(1),
          > RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
          > ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
          > SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
          > TANOSCSAK(1),
          > TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
          > TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
          > URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
          > VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
          > ZAVIK(10).
          >
          > Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?
          >
          > Till we type again.
          > Frank R. Plichta
          > "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
          >
          >
          >


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        • Ron
          Frank, I looked at Sulin (Spis and Saris) and came up with over 700 travelers to America from about 1880 to 1910, but have not worked up the names of the
          Message 4 of 6 , Sep 24, 2011
            Frank,

            I looked at Sulin (Spis and Saris) and came up with over 700 travelers to America from about 1880 to 1910, but have not worked up the names of the individuals. The total travelers in that time period exceeded the population of the villages at any one time. I included Zavodie and Velky Sulin in Spis and Maly Sulin in Saris county. You can imagine the variation of names for the the towns, the farthest out perhaps being Lepesszulin for Velky (Szepes) Sulin. Another challenge in accounting would be to discern multiple trips by individuals!

            Ron

            --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, <frank.r.plichta@...> wrote:
            >
            >
            > A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
            > America during the years 1892-1924.
            >
            > The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census years
            > was as follows:
            > 1890 = 1066
            > 1900 = 911
            > 1910 = 880
            > 1921 = 768
            > 1930 = 757
            > The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
            > Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.
            >
            > During that same period of time the following number of individuals Migrated
            > to America.
            > 1892-1899 = 104
            > 1900-1909 = 265
            > 1910-1920 = 131
            > 1921-1929 = 12
            >
            > The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
            > the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
            > find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
            > spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
            > Kassa Bela or
            > Kassabela during this time.
            >
            > Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
            > K.
            > Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
            > Kasabela,
            > Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.
            >
            > The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
            > company
            > when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
            > Europe
            > as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
            > the
            > work for the Ellis Island web site.
            >
            > Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
            > directly for
            > assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
            > ancestors
            > due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
            > passengers lists.
            >
            > Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
            > attempt was
            > made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
            > lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
            > some
            > of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
            > might
            > help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.
            >
            > ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
            > BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
            > BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
            > CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
            > DISKANT(6),
            > DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
            > FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
            > [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
            > FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
            > GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
            > HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
            > HLAJTUK(1),
            > HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
            > HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
            > IZEDLACSCK(1),
            > JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
            > JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
            > KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
            > KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
            > KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
            > KOLVEK(11),
            > KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
            > KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
            > KRISTOF(4),
            > KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
            > LENARTH(1),
            > LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
            > MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
            > MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
            > MARJAK(3),
            > MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
            > MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
            > NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
            > PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
            > PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
            > RENDES(1),
            > RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
            > ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
            > SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
            > TANOSCSAK(1),
            > TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
            > TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
            > URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
            > VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
            > ZAVIK(10).
            >
            > Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?
            >
            > Till we type again.
            > Frank R. Plichta
            > "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
            >
          • Frank R Plichta
            Ron, Checking multiple trips by individuals. I hadn t thought of that. I know that my grandfather came twice, 1899 and 1920. I ll have to look at my
            Message 5 of 6 , Sep 24, 2011
              Ron,



              Checking "multiple trips by individuals."



              I hadn't thought of that. I know that my grandfather came twice, 1899 and
              1920. I'll have to look at my database again to check for that variation.



              Thanks for the suggestion.

              Frank

              "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"

              _____

              From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com] On
              Behalf Of Ron
              Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2011 12:01 PM
              To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: [S-R] Re: 512 individuals from Kosicka' Bela' migrated to America
              between 1892-1924





              Frank,

              I looked at Sulin (Spis and Saris) and came up with over 700 travelers to
              America from about 1880 to 1910, but have not worked up the names of the
              individuals. The total travelers in that time period exceeded the population
              of the villages at any one time. I included Zavodie and Velky Sulin in Spis
              and Maly Sulin in Saris county. You can imagine the variation of names for
              the the towns, the farthest out perhaps being Lepesszulin for Velky (Szepes)
              Sulin. Another challenge in accounting would be to discern multiple trips by
              individuals!

              Ron

              --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com <mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS%40yahoogroups.com>
              , <frank.r.plichta@...> wrote:
              >
              >
              > A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
              > America during the years 1892-1924.
              >
              > The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census
              years
              > was as follows:
              > 1890 = 1066
              > 1900 = 911
              > 1910 = 880
              > 1921 = 768
              > 1930 = 757
              > The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
              > Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.
              >
              > During that same period of time the following number of individuals
              Migrated
              > to America.
              > 1892-1899 = 104
              > 1900-1909 = 265
              > 1910-1920 = 131
              > 1921-1929 = 12
              >
              > The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
              > the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
              > find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
              > spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
              > Kassa Bela or
              > Kassabela during this time.
              >
              > Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
              > K.
              > Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
              > Kasabela,
              > Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.
              >
              > The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
              > company
              > when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
              > Europe
              > as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
              > the
              > work for the Ellis Island web site.
              >
              > Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
              > directly for
              > assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
              > ancestors
              > due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
              > passengers lists.
              >
              > Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
              > attempt was
              > made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
              > lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
              > some
              > of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
              > might
              > help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.
              >
              > ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
              > BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
              > BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
              > CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
              > DISKANT(6),
              > DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
              > FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
              > [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
              > FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
              > GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
              > HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
              > HLAJTUK(1),
              > HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
              > HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
              > IZEDLACSCK(1),
              > JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
              > JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
              > KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
              > KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
              > KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
              > KOLVEK(11),
              > KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
              > KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
              > KRISTOF(4),
              > KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
              > LENARTH(1),
              > LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
              > MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
              > MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
              > MARJAK(3),
              > MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
              > MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
              > NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
              > PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
              > PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
              > RENDES(1),
              > RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
              > ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
              > SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
              > TANOSCSAK(1),
              > TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
              > TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
              > URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
              > VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
              > ZAVIK(10).
              >
              > Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?
              >
              > Till we type again.
              > Frank R. Plichta
              > "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
              >





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            • anderson6804@comcast.net
              Ron, Pleaseremove me from the website.  I did not realize that I would be copied on each and every email to to each and every member and their responses. 
              Message 6 of 6 , Sep 25, 2011
                Ron, Pleaseremove me from the website.  I did not realize that I would be copied on each and every email to to each and every member and their responses.  Sorry, I just wanted to look at the website resources and note streams.



                Theresa Anderson



                ----- Original Message -----


                From: "Ron" <amiak27@...>
                To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
                Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2011 11:01:26 AM
                Subject: [S-R] Re: 512 individuals from Kosicka' Bela' migrated to America between 1892-1924

                 




                Frank,

                I looked at Sulin (Spis and Saris) and came up with over 700 travelers to America from about 1880 to 1910, but have not worked up the names of the individuals. The total travelers in that time period exceeded the population of the villages at any one time. I included Zavodie and Velky Sulin in Spis and Maly Sulin in Saris county. You can imagine the variation of names for the the towns, the farthest out perhaps being Lepesszulin for Velky (Szepes) Sulin. Another challenge in accounting would be to discern multiple trips by individuals!

                Ron

                --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com , <frank.r.plichta@...> wrote:
                >
                >
                > A study of the number of individuals who migrated from Kosicka' Bela' to
                > America during the years 1892-1924.
                >
                > The population of the village of Kosicka' Bela' for each of the census years
                > was as follows:
                > 1890 = 1066
                > 1900 = 911
                > 1910 = 880
                > 1921 = 768
                > 1930 = 757
                > The population census data comes from Vlastivedn=FD Slovn=EDk Obc=ED na
                > Slovensku, 1977, Bratislava.
                >
                > During that same period of time the following number of individuals Migrated
                > to America.
                > 1892-1899 = 104
                > 1900-1909 = 265
                > 1910-1920 = 131
                > 1921-1929 = 12
                >
                > The numbers of individuals who migrated to America comes from a search of
                > the passenger lists at Ellis Island. It should be noted that in order to
                > find all 512 individuals it was necessary to search for a variety of
                > spellings of Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1. Remember that the village name was =
                > Kassa Bela or
                > Kassabela during this time.
                >
                > Following are the variations of spellings found: Kassa Bella, Kassabela, =
                > K.
                > Bela, Kassa Belaka, Kasa Bela, Kocsa Bela, Kaszabela, Kassabella, =
                > Kasabela,
                > Kassanjfalu, Kasiabela, Kos Bela, Kohelsa Bela, Kosicka, Kosicka Bela.
                >
                > The alternate spellings may be due to the form used by the shipping =
                > company
                > when the passenger lists were prepared at their port of departure in =
                > Europe
                > as well as when the passenger lists were digitized by the folks doing =
                > the
                > work for the Ellis Island web site.
                >
                > Anyone searching ancestors from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1 may contact me =
                > directly for
                > assistance. If you searched Ellis Island, you may have missed your =
                > ancestors
                > due to the variety of ways in which the location was spelled on the
                > passengers lists.
                >
                > Following are the Surname who migrated from Ko=B9ick=E1 Bel=E1: Every =
                > attempt was
                > made to spell the names as they are found on the Ellis Island passenger
                > lists. Please excuse any typos in this list. It is interesting to see =
                > some
                > of the spelling alternatives that appear quite similar to others. This =
                > might
                > help you find an ancestor under an alternate spelling. Good Luck.
                >
                > ADAMCIK(3), ADAMCSIK(8), ADAMCZYK(2), ANDRAS(1), BABCAK(2), BABCSAK(2),
                > BARDAR(10), BARVENYIK(1), BENIS(1), BENJIO(1), BILAR(1), BLICTEZIG(1),
                > BOHU(2), BONIS(1), BUNYAR(2), CHOMEJ(1), CHVOSZA(1), CSANAR(3),
                > CSANAR-JANOSCSAK(1), CSANNE(1), CSARNI(6), CZAPAK(1), DEMKO(1), =
                > DISKANT(6),
                > DLUMACS(1), DRABEK(1), DRABIK(7), DUBECZKI(3), FABISIK(1), FARKAS8),
                > FAROKAS(1), FERENCZ(6), FINDORAK(1), FINDVRAK(1), FLAMACS(2), FLICHTA(2)
                > [misspelling of PLICHTA one of which was my grandfather], FLINDURAK(10,
                > FLUMACS(1), GARABOS(1), GARIK(1), GASPAR(2), GOTTFRIED(2), GREGA(7),
                > GREGOROVICS(2), GREZA(1), GROSSMAN(1), GYANIE(1), GYURIS(1), GYWIN(1),
                > HAJDNCSEK(3), HAJDUS(1), HAMORSKI(3), HARENCSIK(1), HATALA(4), =
                > HLAJTUK(1),
                > HOLUB(1), HOLUT(1), HOLYOCK(2), HORNYAK(1), HOZA(12), HORMI(3)
                > HORMI-KOLBAJ(1), HRONIC(1), HRONIS(1), HRONSI(1), HRONY(1), =
                > IZEDLACSCK(1),
                > JAKOLLA(2), JANASCZAK(1), JANOSCAK(3), JANOSCSAK(10), JANUSCIAK(1),
                > JASPER(1), JERGA(4), JURCSAL(3), KALBEK(2), KALYVEK(1), KANDRA(1),
                > KANDRACS(4), KANDRAS(2), KANDROCS(1), KASPAR(1) KASPER(23), KASZPER(1),
                > KAZSIMER(1), KDOLYVEK(1), KISRJAN(2), KLAPKO(1), KLEIN(2), KOLACH(1),
                > KOLBAJ(2), KOLBAJ-CSARNI(2), KOLIVEK(2), KOLVEC(3), KOLVED(1), =
                > KOLVEK(11),
                > KOLWEK(3), KOLYSEK(3), KOLYVCK(1), KOLYVEK(18), KOLYVEK-DURIS(1),
                > KOSCELNIK(3), KOZTELNIK(1), KOVICS-GYORGY(1), KRABKOVSZKY(1), =
                > KRISTOF(4),
                > KROMI(1), KUPECZ(1), KURGAN(1) KURJAN(2), KUZYAN(1), LENARD(3), =
                > LENARTH(1),
                > LENGYEL(2), LORINCZ(1), LUKACS(3), LUKACSIK(1), MACEJ(1), MACSIGA(1),
                > MACSINGA(1), MACZEJ(3), MAJDUCSEK(1), MAREMSIK(1), MARENCSEK(1),
                > MARENCSIK(9), MARGICANSZKY(1), MARGICSANSZKI(2), MARINESIK(1), =
                > MARJAK(3),
                > MARONCIK(3), MARYAK(1), MASONCSIK(3), MATEJ(1), MATLAKOVA(1), MEHOK(1),
                > MIHAK(1), MIHOK(15), MINDGAL(1), MYHA(1), MYHA-KOLYVEK(1), NASAUSZKY(1),
                > NEBILYAK(1), OLEJNYIK(4), OLYHA(3), PACSANSKY(1), PACSANSZKI(1),
                > PACSANSZKY(4), PACSAUZKY(1), PAPCZUN(1), PARGANSZKI(2), PARKANSKY(1),
                > PARKAS(1), PASANSZKI(2), PLICHCIK(1), PLICHCZIG(2), PLICHTA(18), =
                > RENDES(1),
                > RICHTER(1), RISIDAI(1), ROLVAK(2), ROLVEK(1), ROLYVEK(1), ROSZI(1),
                > ROTH(11), RUACSAK(1), RURIJAN(1), RUSCSAK(1), RUSNYAK(1), SMAJDA(1),
                > SPISAK(8), STEFAN(8), SZABOL(1), T.RCSAK(2), TAMASKOVICS(10), =
                > TANOSCSAK(1),
                > TARKAS(3), TENDORAK(2), TLUMACS(2), TLUMACZ(1), TOMASKOVICS(16),
                > TOMASOKOWICZ(2), TOMKO(1),UIHOK-UOCEY(1), URBANCSIK(8), URGANCZSK(1),
                > URBANIK(1), URBANSZKI(1), URGAYESIDE(1), URLIANOSIK(2), VARGA(1),
                > VARGOCKO(1), VASANSZKI(1), WEBER(3), ZARIK(2), ZARIKOVA(1), ZARUK(1),
                > ZAVIK(10).
                >
                > Has anyone else done a study such as this for their village of origin?
                >
                > Till we type again.
                > Frank R. Plichta
                > "Searching the World for PLICHTAs"
                >




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