Re: [S-R] Baptismal Certificate
- At 01:39 PM 8/30/01 +0000, you wrote:
>I have a baptismal certificate for my GM's sister. She was born inHave you tried http://www.bmi.net/jjaso/index.html for church record
>Roznava and I presume she was baptized there as well (5 days later).
>I am having great difficulty translating much of the information. I
>would appreciate any help with this. I am sure I have made some
>typo's in the process.
> neve Leursanna
> neve es polgari allasa
> Benko, Janos (her father) .azitiev Kero
> Molnar, Maria (her mother)
> lakhelye hazszammal
> Rzev.eic Naranzoso .nursa
>A keresztszu o
> neve es poligari allasa lakhelye
> Rosch, G.rla
> Rosch, Ji...
>The date of birth and baptism are 12 sep 1895 / 17 sep 1895. The copy
>I have is 4th generation and very low quality. Thanks again.
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- John, Thank you once again for that great address. That is exactly
what I needed. Also, I have been able to locate many relatives
addresses with the Slovak white pages.
In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., John <jmatsko4@h...> wrote:
Have you tried http://www.bmi.net/jjaso/index.html for church
- At 04:17 AM 8/31/01 +0000, you wrote:
>John, Thank you once again for that great address. That is exactlyYou're welcome. Good to hear your research is going well.
>what I needed. Also, I have been able to locate many relatives
>addresses with the Slovak white pages.