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(9)In Schenectady, NY, the name was spelled TERPAK. There are graves in the St. Cyril & Method Cemetery there. Good luck! Don Havlicek Quoting "'Michael Mojher'
(11)I too got a majority of Scottish connections after a comparison of 67 point DNA sampling of a distant male relative with myself. Impossibly, we are not
(3)Thanks so much CurtB! I’m not sure what the statement means. This enumeration was found in the Trebisov folio. There is a separate one for Parics. Could it
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(3)Thanks for your encouragement Margo! Sandra
(3)Sandra, thank you very much for your very reply. Steve --
(5)Hi Lexy. I'm still waiting for whatever it was that you found when researching my grandmother (Gustina Gonda) and the siblings born in Slovakia. Can you
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(7)Thanks Ladislav and Michael. Both of you have helped and I appreciate you taking the time to respond to my questions. Eileen
(8)Thank you Catherine, What is the link to the 1848 Census records please? Thank you, Tom From: "email@example.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS]"
(4)LDS has online RC church records for Vahovce from 1717 to 1895. Simply click on the camera image.
(10)Yes, thank you! I had looked at all of these entries, including 15. My family is page 39. I haven't quite figured out how all the others fit together
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