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[S-R] Re: Volkovoje and Ungordas

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  • Frank
    ... book. ... according ... roughly ... Hope ... your ... that ... SPONTAK ... name ... anywhere. ... Expect Volkovje et al was Vovkove, a former
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      --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., quyken64 <quyken64@o...> wrote:
      > hi squinch...
      > juast a a coincidence...
      > i was visiting a cousin in FL and they happened to have this very
      > i'm going to order it from lemar's.
      > thanks,
      > michael
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: squinch42
      > To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@y...
      > Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2002 9:35 PM
      > Subject: [S-R] Re: Volkovoje and Ungordas
      > I found a "Volkovoja" that was also known as "Wolkowyja",
      > to a table in Paul Magocsi's book, "Our People". It is/was
      > due east of Dukla, Poland and just above the Slovak NE border.
      > this helps.
      > I would suggest using the Family History Center films to find
      > family. You can identify the villages and pick out the film from
      > their web site.
      > Squinch
      > --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@y..., "quyken" <quyken64@o...> wrote:
      > > hi i'm new to the group and starting my family search. i know
      > > half of my family is from Volkovoje (volkovyja, vukovyja,
      > vovkovyja,
      > > volkovija - too many spelling variations) that last name is
      > > and... Ungordas (is that also ungvar also uzhorod ?) that last
      > > is Fesko. what i want to try to figure out first is locate
      > Volkovoje
      > > on a map. i'll looked everywhere and can see to find it
      > > next... i know when my grandparents can to the states and have
      > looked
      > > up their info in the ellis island site. if i knowwhen they left
      > > europe, what is the best way to search back their family in
      > slovakia ?
      > > thanks for any help :-)
      > > regards,
      > > michael spontak

      Expect Volkovje et al was Vovkove, a former Carpatho-Rusyn village.
      Vovkovaje, Vovkovyji.
      Ungordas [now Vovkove], was formerly located in Ung district.

      Probably Vovkii B O B K O |/| I (Cyrillic) in Rivnens'ka region,
      You need a good Ukrainian map or web site.

      Volkovyje,Vukovyja (Rus) Wolkoyja (Polish) located in SE Poland was
      just a coincidental because Ung megye/Uz^ z^upa was once part of
      Hungary, but not part of Poland (former Galicija).


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