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- --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, stephaine arvay
> Hello!and Gregor.
> I am searching the families of Árvai/Árvay, Czimer, Márs
> ...............1780-1915Valyko.(Gömör megy) now Gemer
> The old village names are Licze, Deresk, Vargede and
> The Árvai/ Árvay were mill and, landowners.incomplete or have not be done yet. It says Licze is done up to a
> I have seen the old mill in Licince.
> I have found that, the filming in most of these villages are
date but, it is not.
> The Priest does not have any of the records any more.(Deathrecords)
> Most of the grave stones in Licince are worn out and, you can`tread the dates on them.
> Does anyone know were the names
> Márs and Czimer come from? We don`t think they are Hungarian or
> So this is a little about my research interest
> If anyone is familiar with these surname, please let me know.
> Thank you
By coincidence I do Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Yugoslav etc genealogy
as a hobby.
I don't personally know your surnames.
But, A'rvai/A'rvay is a Hungarian surname.
The letters i/y were interchangeable in old family names.
The old Hungarian megye (county) was later called Orava (Sk)
The villages were located in different járás (districts) in Gömör -e's Kis-=
Lice/Liczine Licince (Sk)
Dersek/Dressko Dersek/Drz^kovce (Sk)
Várgede Hodejov (Sk)
Vályko/Vály Valice (Sk)
The LDS-Mormons have filmed some of the R.C. parish church records :
Lice/Liczine Licince (Sk)
Licince, Slovakia, formerly Licze, Gömör megye,
Text in Latin and Hungarian.
film # 1923085
Supposedly , R.C. parish church records (1829-1887) for
are listed under Uzovska Panica.
For Várgede (1762-1897) under Hodejov (Sk)
For Dersek/Dressko (1787-1896) under Drz^kovce (Sk)
I can't locate them in LDS Family History Library catalog.
Call International desk 800 number for the LDS HQ in Salt Lake City,
A toll free number 1-800-453-3860, extension 2881.
Call and ask Sylvie Pysnaková where the LDS microfilm numbers for
R.C. parish church records for latter 3 villages as listed in the '
Cirkevné Matriky na Slovensku zo 16.-19. Storoc^ia ' (Parish
Slovakia From 16th to 19th Century) might be located ?
Surnames Mars could be from many countries ?
Surname Czimer is a Hungarian surname from Bács-Bodrog megye,
former Yugoslavija (now Serbia and Montenegro)
USA just shut off any foreign aid to Serbia and Montenegro.
Do you have any first names for Czimer surname bearers ?
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