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Re: [S-R] Church records

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  • Maureen Pulignano
    Peggy, Were your g grandparents Greek Catholic? If so, you may want to try the LDS film #1792092. It has death records from 1885-1933. Maureen
    Message 1 of 41 , Aug 26 5:52 PM
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      Peggy,
      Were your g grandparents Greek Catholic? If so, you may want to try the LDS
      film #1792092. It has death records from 1885-1933.
      Maureen

      mleva@... wrote:

      > I am trying to find out if there is a film that has death records
      > dateing back to 1931 and 1934 for deaths that took place in the
      > village of Hazin nad Cirochou, in the region of Hummene, Zeplin
      > county. I am looking for my GGP's death record.
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      > Thank you. Peggy
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    • Bernardine Weigand
      Mine is the Cierne Pole which is very close to the Ukraine border. I thought it translated to Black Field. However, I did not know that another meaning for
      Message 41 of 41 , Sep 2, 2001
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        "Mine" is the Cierne Pole which is very close to the Ukraine border. I thought it translated to Black Field. However, I did not know that another meaning for "Pole" is boundary. So, that does make sense, as I believe it is about 8 km from the border. Perhaps it's both. My ancestors were farmers and horse traders and I think the farmland was very rich and dark.

        Hopefully we shall be visiting the village again this year while on our up-coming trip.

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        > At 02:00 AM 9/2/01 -0400, you wrote:
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        > >This is a great site..the breakdowns within each okres is very good as all
        > >the little villages are on each map. I even found "my" little "Cierne Pole".
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        > >Thank you Bernardine
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        > I guess Cierne Pole would translate to Black: Pole = acre, array, boundary,
        > domain, field, lay, paddock, region, scope, seat, span, sphere, terrain,
        > yard. I didn't realize there were that many meanings to the word
        > "pole". I'm guessing "field" but it comes close to being "boundary" in
        > this case. There are 2 Cierne Pole according to Mapquest and they are at
        > the opposite ends of Slovakia. One is near the Austrian border and the
        > other near the Ukraine border. You're welcome.
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