- Enjoy the trip. I am up to seven visits as a direct result of the hobby and they want me to come again, perhaps later this year.Message 1 of 3 , Feb 28, 2013View SourceEnjoy the trip. I am up to seven visits as a direct result of the hobby and they want me to come again, perhaps later this year.
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, ROBERT LISTON <bojomo@...> wrote:
> I am must apologize to those of you who tried to help me find the village
> Stutnick. My friend gave me the village name but after checking with her brother
> she came back with Rochovce. I don't see any resemblance to the names but I will
> go with the brother and try to get more information from him.
> I did find two possibilities, Rochovce in eastern Slovakia and Kohovce in
> south-west Slovakia. As the second is closer to Piestany, I will start there.
> Thank you all for your help this time and all the times in the past. I started
> my genealogical search knowing nothing and in the fall we will be going to
> Slovakia to visit a cousin I found in Senica. I also put together a book with
> the help of Ancestry of my grandfather's life and am now working on a book of
> my grandmother's life. Not to bad in the last seven years.
> Thanks Again,
> Joanne Liston
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- Have you tried Stitnik, Spis? It is in southeast Slovakia, a very small village. If you can t find it, I can mail you some photocopies of it from my mapbooks.Message 2 of 3 , Jul 1, 2013View SourceHave you tried Stitnik, Spis? It is in southeast Slovakia, a very small village. If you can't find it, I can mail you some photocopies of it from my mapbooks. My Hrusovsky family came from there and some still live there. Patricia Drenten