At 10:41 PM 10/18/01 -0400, you wrote:
>I have located an individual in the 1869 census of Henczocz (Hencovce),
>Zemplen whose birthplace is listed as what appears to be Csargo, Zemplen.
>This would be the Hungarian version of the place. Does anyone know what the
>Slovakian version would be? The handwriting is not too clear and the "r"
>could be "k" or "t". However, the place clearly ends with "go" and the first
>letter is "c". The second letter "s" could be a "z"
There is a C^aklov in Zemplin and Csarno in S^aris^ counties
>Similiarly, another individual was recorded with a birthplace that looks like
>Poruban. What is the Slovak version? Again, the handwriting makes it
>difficult to say for sure the spelling I have is the correct interpretaion.
>However, I am pretty sure of the "P, o, u,b, and a" The "r" could be a 'k' or
>"t" while the ending "n" could conceivably be a "cz".
There is a Porubka in Zemplin, Uz^horod, S^aris^,and Trencin. Can you scan
it and upload to the Slovak-Roots file area?