Re: Abrahamfalu, Hungary
- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Rita R <sunnyrita2003@y...>
> Hello,My father, his parents and eight siblings arrived in New Yorkbetween 1906 and 1908. They came from Abrahamfalu near the town of
Kesmarok, which is now in Slovakia. They settled in Gloversville,
N.Y.My grandfather's name was Elias Schwartz. Also his brother Simon
came from Sz Darocz, which name was changed to Sarisske Dravce. Where
would I find the Jewish records for these people? Any help would be
appreciated.Rita Rubin (nee Schwartz)
A'brahámfalu (H) Abrahámovce (Sk)
They came from or was born there ?
Its Jewish records are listed under Vys^né Raslavice (1877-1880 only)
Jewish congregation registers of births, marriages and deaths for
Slovenské Raslavice, Slovakia; formerly Tót-Raszlavicz, Sáros megye,
Includes Uhorské Raslavice, Abrahámovce, Janovce, Kobyly, Trocany,
Vaniskovce, Demjata, Giraltov, Hubosovce a Jur, Malý Slivník, Mosurov,
Radvaj, Terna, Tulcík, Vel'ký Slivník, Záhradné, and Zatkovce.
Text in German.
Szepesdarócz (H) S^aris^ské Dravce (Sk)
Its Jewish records (1850-1895) are listed under Brezovica, Slovakia.
Brezovica, Slovakia, formerly known as Berzevice, Sáros megye
Text in German and Hungarian.
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