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Re: HARVILLA, HARABIN

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  • drsparky01
    Thank you. Of course - GC is Greek Catholic. My brain is a little slow this morning. :)
    Message 1 of 21 , Feb 26, 2012
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      Thank you. Of course - GC is Greek Catholic. My brain is a little slow this morning. :)

      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "CurtB" <curt67boc@...> wrote:
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      > drsparky,
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      > To find the parentage you need to look in the church records of the village which are online at the LDS Site. The village was predominately Greek Catholic. Zebegnyo is the old Hungarian name of the village in Zemplin county; the present name of the village is Zbehnov.
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      > Look under Greek Catholic records, Trebisov district, then Zbehnov.
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      > Curt B.
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      > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "drsparky01" <drsparky01@> wrote:
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      > > My husband has a Havrilla In his line. Susanna Havrilla, his great grandmother, who married Frank Toth and immigrated to Wakefield Mass in the early 1900's after having spent some time in both new jersey (maybe Perth amboy) and Nova Scotia. She was born around 1868 in zebegnyo, (Slovakia?). We have been unable to identify her parents. A ship manifest for Susanna had a parental name listed but it was unreadable, at least to me.
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      > > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Debbie S" <imabusy2000@> wrote:
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      > > > Hi, I am new to the group. I am just started researching my grandfather's family. His surname was HAVRILLA. He was born (1904) in the USA but his mother was from CSERCS (according to Ellis Island). She came over to the USA in 1900 to work at the Botany Mills in NJ. My grandfather was born in Donora, PA. I have no idea what brought her there. They ended up moving back to the old country sometime after my grandfather was born (within a couple years) so are not on the 1910 census. My grandfather returned to the USA when he was 19. Would love to find out more information about his family.
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      > > > He married my grandmother, Mary HARABIN. My cousin has done the research on that side of the family so I do already have that info. Her family was from OSTURNA.
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      > > > Thanks. Debbie
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