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Re: Reading a name on Ellis Island Manifest

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  • tskvarenina
    Frank and Joe, Thanks very much. Jozsa makes much more sense. I ve removed the file so as not to take up space that others can use. Tim ... in old ...
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      Frank and Joe,

      Thanks very much. Jozsa makes much more sense. I've removed the file
      so as not to take up space that others can use.

      Tim

      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., "frankly1us" <frankur@a...> wrote:
      > No.
      > Looks to me like Józsa, which is a Hungarian for given name
      > Josephine.
      >
      > Look at the given name Jan.
      >
      > Nagybossány , Hungary was formerly located in Nyitra megye.
      > Now Vel'ké Bos^any, Slovakia.
      > R.C. parish church records (1691-1899) exist for Vel'ké Bos^any.
      > Again because it was Nitra can't locate the LDS film numbers ?


      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., "Armata, Joseph R. (JArmata)" <JArmata@g...>
      wrote:
      > Hi Tim! I think it's Jozsa, since I and J are often the same letter
      in old
      > script. Compare #6 Itzek for the "z". Jozsa is Hungarian for
      Josephine.
      >
      > Joe Armata
      > jarmata@g...
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