RE: [S-R] web site cisarik.com & village names
My research has shown that Bela' (SK-1715), Be'la (SK-1863), Bella
(MAG-1773) and Kassabe'la (MAG-1877) are the older names for what is known
today as Kos^icka' Bela' (SK-1906).
From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of John Sabol
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2012 1:11 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] web site cisarik.com & village names
I believe it has something to do with where vital records are recorded. My
wife's family (Diskant, Ferenc, Plichcik, Kasper) are all recorded in
Kosicka Bela records. Yet they came from Bela and Hamre.
Kosicka Hamre was destroyed in the 1970s for a recreational lake. I'm told
there was a church at Kosicka Hamre, which was destroyed when the area was
flooded for the lake. The births, marriages and deaths, however, have always
been recorded in Bela.
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On Jul 5, 2012, at 11:14 AM, "Frank R Plichta"
<frank.r.plichta@... <mailto:frank.r.plichta%40earthlink.net> >
> When I examined the web site: http://www.cisarik.com/ I noticed that thedo
> village of Kos^icka' Bela' "includes the former villages: Ruzin, Maly
> Folkmar, Kosicke Hamre"
> Kos^icke' Ha'mre is located approximately 11 km (6.8 miles) Northwest of
> Kos^icka' Bela'.
> While I cannot find Maly' Folkmar on my 1:100,000 scale map of Slovakia I
> find Vel'ky' Folkmar which is located approximately 7 km (4.3 miles)Bela'.
> Northwest of Kos^icka' Bela'. According to the marker on the map for Maly'
> Folkmar, on the web site, it appears to be in the same general location
> where Vel'ky' Folkmar is located.
> Ruz^i'n is located approximately 12 km (7.4 miles) North of Kos^icka'
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> My question: How can villages that are located so far apart be considered
> to be "joined in the village Kosicka Bela"? What does it mean when the
> villages are "joined"?
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