Re: [S-R] Daniels/Futej
- At 07:30 PM 5/22/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Am seeking info on John DANIELS b. approx 1875 in Slovak. We believe that heHave you tried the EI database? http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/default.asp
>came to the states approx 1900. We are not sure if he met Barbara FUTEJ
>(born in Slovak approx 1877) on the trip over here or in NY/NJ. Their first
>born son is John Daniels born in New York approx 1902. (He is listed in the
>1920 census as being 18). I have some info on the younger children.... but
>have been unable to find anything on the older ones. Both Barbara and John
>are buried in Milford, CT.
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- yes I have ..... have not located exact match yet....... close ones for FUTEJ
but none for John DANIELS..... but am working on that.
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- At 11:53 AM 5/23/01 -0400, you wrote:
>yes I have ..... have not located exact match yet....... close ones for FUTEJAny luck with US church, naturalization, NARA, etc. records? Because of
>but none for John DANIELS..... but am working on that.
the large number of Daniels, I tried changing ethnicity to Magyar. That
was a couple of days ago. As I recall it kicked up about 3 names. None of
them seemed to fit your needs but home village and destination, if
available, might be useful to tie into Futej or as a possible home
village. Too bad it isn't just Tej. I have several in my tree who are
from NE Slovakia. Have you tried the online Slovak directory? I found a
couple of Futej in Bratislava and a Futejova in Velky Saris. I found a
Danielsz and a Daniel-Szabo in Kosice and various other spellings in
Bratislava. All you need is the first 3 letters of the surname and first
three of a town to do the searching. There seemed to be a lot of Daniel in
the towns. You can reduce the number of returns by using Danie but still
get close matches. I wonder if the name wasn't Danielsz, which may be a
version of Daniel-Szabo. Good luck.