Re: [S-R] Re: Spis County-Turek
- Hey Tom It just takes a while to get used to. For a while there I posting in two places. From my mail box and then on the site. Things got really confusing for me so now I only answer from my mail box. I'm still trying to learn how to upload files. Everyone here is pretty patient. You just need to visit more often. K
From: t.salony <t.salony@...>
Sent: Saturday, August 10, 2013 12:30 AM
Subject: [S-R] Re: Spis County-Turek
Would you be kind enough to try explain to a very confused guy:
1. Did you choose to "Post" or "Start(a new)Topic",then insert "Spis County-Turek" in the Subject field(instead of using "Reply"? If so, was it intentional?
2. You seem to be replying to Mike Sabanos' post that is quoted below yours, however there is one line that was not in Mike's post, but rather from Martha Turek's post? Do you have any idea how that can happen?
I'm not criticizing anything. I am just having a more difficult time following the flow of posts here.
3.(which I don't think has anything at all to do with YOUR post) Martha Turek's post has a subject field of "Re: Spis County". Was her post in response to a thread entitled "Spis County", or did she also begin a new post with "Re: Spis County"?
p.s. I'm not seeing any deterioration of my mental faculties at work, but recently when I come here to try to enjoy the hunt, I begin to wonder.
--- In mailto:SLOVAK-ROOTS%40yahoogroups.com, Bruce Bauer <bbauer@...> wrote:
> I have a Irene Terek, the wife of one of my wife's uncles. Not sure
> where her family is from (a little off the lines I have done) but I will
> be seeing her in a few months . She is 90 and relatively healthy. Most
> Slovak families in her town were from Spis. Are you sure about the Spis
> On 8/9/2013 12:39 PM, MichaelS wrote:
> > Martha,
> > My father's mother was Mary (Marie) Turek. Married to George Sabanos.
> > My husband's Grandfather John Turek was from Spis.
> > Does this ring any bells for you? Unfortunately, I do not know what village they came from. Both came to US a few years apart, 1920's.
> > Regards,
> > Mike Sabanos
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