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1869 Hungarian Census Zemplen Megye = county

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Hi, I used to go to the LDS here in Raleigh often. I had reels & records from the area you refer to. Try looking at the Family History site. They have some
Julie & Kevin
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6:32 PM

1869 census

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... Szepes (yes) and Gomor Megye (no).
johnqadam@rogers.com
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6:32 PM

Three Questions

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I think that the word Mestecko wasn't used on the pages of the 1869 census. On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 12:32 PM, pmruzicka@yahoo.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS]
Anabeth Dollins
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Re: New file uploaded to SLOVAK-ROOTS

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the SLOVAK-ROOTS group. File :
SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
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Jul 18

Death records for 1895-1902 Vaga Hungary in Poszony

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BASIC RESEARCH HELP For basic research help, be sure to visit Bill Tarkulich’s excellent site at http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/
johnqadam@rogers.com
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Jul 17

Records in Hungary

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Dear Bob, as I mentioned I can get the records from the RC Church. Just one day of research. Lexy On Monday, July 17, 2017 1:59 AM, "Robert Pollak
Alexandra Vargovits
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Jul 16

Does anyone know the meaning of "inquillinus"?

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Inquillinus: Latin, masculine: a sojourner, tenant, lodger (an inhabitant of a place which is not his own.)1. an inmate or lodger. From: "R Lopez
Robert Malinzak
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Jul 12

Family History Microfilm Discontinuation

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Thank you for the information. Joan Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: johnqadam@rogers.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS] Sent: Monday, July 10, 2017 8:10 PM To:
Joan Hendershot
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Jul 11

Have any of encountered an ancestor whose first name changed

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That's a good one, Joan. Those scribes are something else. It can't have been that hard. ... From: kolarikj@hotmail.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS]
JFELZAN
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Jul 8

Slovak Records in Philadelphia

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This is the person I’m trying to research. I came across his Obit which mentioned his parents. Thank you for sharing this research. Just to let you know,
gregory majercik
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Jul 7

----PERTH AMBOY, NJ------------------------------- Help with 1920 ce

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Thank you….I never realized that this City had the population of Eastern Europeans, Slovaks and Czechs as it did. I know there is much online about Perth
gregory majercik
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Jul 3

Stitnik, Roznava

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That's my grandfather. Thank you soooo much.
patricia.drenten
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Jun 29

surname info

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Normally we first look for U.S. records containing place of birth information, and then find Slovak church and census records. 1) In this case, it makes sense
randm1979
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Jun 9
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