Re: [S-R] Re: George Petrov
- You are so lucky to find someone who may be family, or know of your family.
My family has been searching for our lost relatives for 80 years.
While you might want to proceed slowly, by all means take advantage of the
opportunity. I have found in my experience if you don't act quickly the
enthusiasm is lost and assistance becomes a slow tedious process or
God bless and good luck in your future searching.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 5:46 AM
Subject: [S-R] Re: George Petrov
> Dear members of Slovak-Roots,
> a short history: I am searching on the Internet since March 2000 and
> October 31st 2000 I addressed to Slovak-Roots the message, listed
> bellow.In December 2000 one lady from that area has found my very
> first message on the Internet(e-mailed in March )and contacted me.
> She found the daughter of my George Petrov.
> I`d like to ask a question:
> have You any experience (positive or negative)with FIRST CONTACT? I
> plan to post her a letter but I`m afraid of her response.
> Any advice will be appreciated.
> --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., petrovi@n... wrote:
> > My father`s uncle moved from East Slovakia, village Velky Folkmar
> > Folkmar) to the USA before WWI. His name was George PETROV and the
> > only information about him is the address on the envelope of his
> > letter sent in 1953 : 141 Front St. Corning, NY. I think he had
> > children .I search for his any descendants in the USA.
> > Imrich
> > mailto:petrovi@n...