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Re: [S-R] Re: ANTHONY KUTCHER (Antoni Kuczer)

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  • Audrey Parks
    The only dates that I know are that Anthony was born in 1863 and Carolyn was born in 1871. I ve looked at the 1901 Census records online and have found that
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      The only dates that I know are that Anthony was born in 1863 and Carolyn was
      born in 1871.

      I've looked at the 1901 Census records online and have found that the names
      were listed as Anton and Karola Kucher. Are these names any more familiar?

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "frankly1us" <frankur@...>
      To: <SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 10:56 AM
      Subject: [S-R] Re: ANTHONY KUTCHER (Antoni Kuczer)


      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., "kalicokat14" <sparks@m...> wrote:
      > I have just begun to research my Ukrainian roots, and would like some
      > help in finding information about my Great Grandfather Anthony
      > Kutcher (I believe the spelling of the name in the Ukraine was Antoni
      > Kuczer).
      >
      > I believe he emigrated to Canada around 1900 from Shuparka, Borschiw
      > with his wife Carolyn (nee Dowhan) with at least 4 young children.
      >
      > How do I find out the date of his birth and names of his parents in
      > the Ukraine?
      >
      > How would I find out the same information about my Great Grandmother
      > Carolyn Dowhan?
      >
      > How would I find out the exact date that they emigrated to Canada?
      >
      > Any help would be greatly appreciated.


      Shuparka, district Borshchiv/Borschiw/Borshchiv/Bors^c^iv/
      Borscov/Borshchev/ et al is located 235 miles WSW of Kiev, Ukraine
      and 8 miles from town of Borschiv as above.
      This is close to the current Romanian and Moldovian borders with
      the Ukraine.

      Try alpha letter S on map of the oblast' below for
      exact location of Shuparka/Shchuparka.

      http://www.rootsweb.com/~ukrwgw/cherni/chernicity.htm

      There are a number of problems associated with researching
      surnames in the Ukraine.

      When transliterating from Cyrillic alphabet to western (Latin)
      alphabet,5-6 different place name spellings are possible because
      there is no standard - all spellings are correct.
      It depends into which European language the name was transliterated
      last ?

      How are you ?

      K A K D E J| A' ? Russian (Cyrillic)
      (k ah k d ye l a )


      R K C || P A B |/| ? Ukrainian (Cyrillic)
      (yah k s p r รก v ee )

      Ukrainian has a H sound/letter, but no hard G.

      Russian has no H sound/letter, but a hard G.

      Besides the surnames village/town of origin you need birth dates of your
      surnames to research the birth dates of their parents.
      So, surname Kuczer was K y U| e p or something similar ?

      In 1945, Czechoslovakia was restored back to its pre-Munich borders,
      less Subcarpathian Rus' which the Soviet Union kept.
      (The Allies stripped Hungary of all its post-Munich acquisitions and
      returned the country to its Trianon (1920) boundaries)
      The Karpatho-Ukraine was annexed in June 1945 by the Soviet Union.
      Since 1991, it is part of the independent Republic Ukraine.

      If you write the Ukrainian Archives in Cyrillic Ukrainian, they may
      reply to a request for surname records in a year or so, or never !
      Or, your letter may never arrive.
      The above was true in good times.
      The last five years have not been good in the Ukraine.

      Sometimes emigrants to Canada trans-shipped through the U.S. ports of
      entry.

      To find exact date they emigrated to Canada you will need to try :

      Canadian Genealogical Pages and Immigration Records.

      http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Ecgaunt/canada.html#CANADIAN




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