- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., connie_ruley@y... wrote:
> > Pat,i would very much like to fine out if any of those kazimir aremore
> part of my family . i have some infor.. just tell me what you would
> like to know and i will send it to you. maybe i can fineout some
> family. thank you connieDon't know your surnames.
> > _________________
> > connie_ruley@y... wrote:
> > > iam looking for any one that might know if there is any kazimir
> > > [kazimer]that might be still living in a place that is now call
> > > ruskov. it used to be call regeteruszka.or any churches that i
> > > send a email or write a letter to in that country. thank you
> > > ruley email add. worlock@a...
Ruskov is located 200 miles ENE of Bratislava in
okres (district) Kos^ice in eastern Slovakia.
You didn't specify surname religion ?
Parish church records are available for Ruskov.
R.C., G.C., Calvanist, and Jewish records.
Before WW I, Slovakia was part of Upper Hungary (Felvidék) and
part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1867-1918) and earlier a
part of Hungary under the Austrian Empire.
Hungarian names were used for towns and counties.
For example :
The LDS-Mormons have filmed the R.C. parish church records (1789-1906)
for Ruskov, Slovakia, formerly Regete-Ruszka, Abaúj-Torna Megye
Film headers in Slovak.
In Slovak the matriky (parish church records)
Krstení = Baptisms (Christenings)
Sobás^ení = Marriages
Zomrelí = Deaths
Text in Latin and Hungarian.
In Hungarian the matriky are titled anyakönyvek.
Kereszteltek Anyakönyve = Baptism Records
Házasultak Anyakönyve = Marriage Records
Halottak Anyakönyve = Death Records