- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "greenestamps2003" <ugreene@o...>
> Well, with such a-m-a-z-i-n-g help forthcoming on "Obidza", can Ipush
> my luck and ask for help locating ZADJAR? Adamus KLIMEK was fromwas
> Obidza and married Victoria BLASCAK who was said to be born in or
> from ZADJAR. Does anyone know the location of this town? I have hadto
> no luck locating it with MapQuest. Also, could someone suggest how
> pronounce ZADJAR phonetically? Is this a Hungarian, a Slovak or aahoj
> Polish name? The same suggestion would be appreciated for OBIDZA.
> Again, many thanks. Ursula
The surname Blascak is found in Slovakia in Spis^ z^upa.
Zadjar is most likely Z^diar (Sk) ZsÃ¡r (H) which is located 163 miles
ENE of Bratislava and SW of Nowy Targ (P) at the current Polish border
Was Victoria born in 1892/1895/1889 ?
How are you ? English
Hogy Van ? Hungarian
Ako sa mÃ¡s^ ? Slovak
Jak sie masz ? Polish
In Hungraian and Slavic languages the letter j is pron. y.
The LDS-Mormons have filmed the R.C . parish church records
(1741-1913)for Z^diar, Slovakia; formerly known as ZsÃ¡r, Szepes
Text in Latin and Hungarian.
(Only the film titles are in Slovak)
In Slovak the matriky (parish church records)
KrstenÃ = Baptisms (Christenings)
SobÃ¡s^enÃ = Marriages
ZomrelÃ = Deaths
In Hungarian the matriky are titled
Kereszteltek AnyakÃ¶nyve = Baptism Records
HÃ¡zasultak AnyakÃ¶nyve = Marriage Records
Halottak AnyakÃ¶nyve = Death Records
In Latin the matriky are titled matricula.
Matricula Baptisatorum = Baptism Records
Matricula Copulatorum = Marriage Records
Matricula Defunctorum = Death Records