Re: [S-R] SZUSZKO
- I found this:
(Szolyva-Nagy-Bisztra), kisközség Bereg vármegye szolyvai j.-ban, (1891)
1836 rutén és német lak.; a járási szolgabirói hivatal széke, vasúttal,
posta- és táviróhivatallal és postatakarékpénztárral. A község közelében
bovizü hideg érvényes savanyuforrás fakad, mely szakszerüen kezelve kellemes
üdíto ital gyanánt kerül forgalomba, de nagy szénsav- és sziksótartalma
miatt emészto szervek és lélekzo szervek hurutjainál és köszvénynél itt jó
sikerrel használják. A forrástelep tulajdonosa Schönborn Ervin gróf.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Kettering" <kettering5@...>
To: "S-R" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 8:41 PM
Subject: [S-R] SZUSZKO
> A while back (late August ) I posted a question on Szuszko for my great
grandparents surnames TIKAL and STRAUSS:
> I was just wondering if I have enough information to try to locate records
in TWISFARA or not and what language would I have to write in?
> I thought I had found my great grandfather JOSEPH TIKAL in the Ellis
> Place of residence To..fahan Date of arrival November 16, 1904 Age 18y
Ship Ryndam Port of Departure Rotterdam
> I sent for his naturalization paper at the IRAD in Chicago, from the
Superior Court of Cook County
> On his Declartion he says he was born in Szolyva Austria April 18,1885 ,
emigrated from Rotterdam Holland on the vessel Rotterdam, November 17,1905,
last foreign residence was Twisfara Austria
> Petition for Naturalization
> says he was born April 18, 1884 in Twisfara Hungary, emigrated from
Rotterdam Holland on the vessel Rotterdam, arrived in New York on November
> His wife was born in Suszko Hungary. Became citizens November 17, 1916
> On the ship records from Ellis Island he was traveling with a buddy from
> His death certificate states he was born April 3, 1884 Birthplace of
parents was listed as Austria Hungary
> When my great grandmother applied for her ss# she said she was born in
> Census records state they were from Hungary and spoke Bohemian. Family
Bible says they both left from the port in Rotterdam, but doesn't list ships
> They were not married in a church, but I haven't check for baptismal
> I was checking for towns close together as they were supposed to have met
4 towns away from each other in Austria Hungary. Twisfara is 56.3 miles SSW
of Belgrade and Suszko (Suseoka) is 45.8 miles SSW of Belgrade.
> I also thought I had found my great grand mother in the Ellis Island data
> STRAUS, Helena
> Hungary, Germany
> Szuszkofalu, Hungary
> August 28 1911
> If you take out the first z you have the shortened version of Suszko.
> Any input would be graetfully appreciated.
> Thank you
> Well, I found out that oral history was in error and that there were
records in the Archdiocese of Chicago of a wedding on June 22, 1912 but I
didn't realize that the cost for a genealogical certificate went up to $20
so I had not sent enough money, but they were very nice an sent a letter
with the following information:
> Joseph Tikal baptism was April of 1885, Tevischvalva South Hungary ( but
no hits on the
> ShtetlSeeker) so I think it is probably spelled wrong.
> Helen Strauss baptism was May of 1891 Neudorf, South Hungary (many hits on
the Shtetl Seeker)
> They say some of the names appear in Latin.
> I haven't received tapes from LDS yet from Saint Nicholas Church in
> I was sort of leaning away form Vienna but now I think I might be around
that area again.
> Any information is gratefully appreciated, as I seem to be going around in
> Thank you very much
> Marcia Kettering
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