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1869 Census

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Your villages are not listed in the census records. As well, all of the Zemplen records belong elesewhere and so it is always good to check Zemplen to see if
johnqadam
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Mar 25

1869 Census for Gernath family

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Thank you ALL for your wonderful help!  Everyone had great responses, and I so appreciate all you do for everyone! Karen From: "htcstech htcstech@gmail.com
Karen Chorba
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Mar 24

Research ideas...

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Thank you!    I just found another child, Anna, born 1872.  I will keep moving forward through the records.   Again, such beautiful and well preserved
Nancy Templeton
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Mar 22

John Paul Chesmer

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Linda - I received the marriage license.  I was so excited to see it!!.  I can't thank you enough. Where in the world did you find this?  I am a novice to
Sue Mayovsky
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Mar 20

About Hniezdne / Gnazdá / Gnézda / Kniesen and Forbasy

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My Grandmother was born in 1883. I do think you found my Grandfather as his Father was Josephus, he also had a brother named Josephus ... From: "Lothar Klein
Paula Byrd
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Mar 12

common genealogical terms in Slovak & other languages

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Hi William, Thanks for the links and for the "th" info. I was wondering why a few had the "th". But if it the "h" is not pronounced as we would, that answers
Karen Chorba
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Mar 9

Ancient Slovak Roots

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How can we separate history/geography from genealogical research? More understanding of history and geography helps put our ancestors into a context. Without
lrrykck
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Mar 1

Update for Ulicny

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Thank you
Stibila ,Rosemary
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Feb 22

KOCERHA and btw: Does anyone recall the old posting of old Carpathia

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This could be the link the original poster is looking for: http://www.slavorum.org/slovakia-in-the-19th-and-20th-century Peter M. On 3 February 2015 at 13:13,
htcstech
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Feb 10

Sepas, Austria

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Dear Ray: Hello! Because the territory which is now Slovakia went through several changes in countries during the 20th century (from being part of Hungary, to
davidsadventure4
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Feb 3

Surname endings (i.e. ek & ec)

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Wow - a great summary! Ray ... From: Sarah Emmerson familyhistree@yahoo.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS] To: SLOVAK-ROOTS
Casperveth
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Feb 1

Kuntz, Kunc, Balek, Stankovich, Suran

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There are Suran's in Holic, Slovakia. On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 8:35 AM, johnqadam@yahoo.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS]
Tom Potsko
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Jan 30

Re: Anna Mihalenko & LDS records

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Good catch, Carl. I was doing this at work without my paperwork in front of me and I was jumping lineages. I agree with Sam - so many new facts combined with
Casperveth
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Jan 28

Re: [S-R] Re: Anna Mihalenko & LDS records

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Sam, We are all in agreement that the marriage records must be found to quantify the correct parents. Ray, you need to get the film and find all these
ktlrchk
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Jan 28

RAPACH, RYABIK, HOPSTOCK?

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... Yes, quite likely.
johnqadam
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Jan 28
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