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Haluska family

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Hello Judy, Don't make the mistake of confusing Szobas with Szabos. Szobas means 'with room' and Szabos means 'tailor'. Both are very Hungarian names, though
htcstech
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4:01 PM

1869 Census

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Thank you so much. I will stop looking !! Sent from my iPhone ... Milhostov on the 1869 census, Zemplin County but can not. <<< Don’t believe ANY of what you
Judy
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6:24 AM

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
10
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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
4
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Mar 1

Ulicny ancestors

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Hello John, I have obtained the parents names of Jozef and Justina they are Jozef Uličný - parents: Ján Uličný and Mária, born Zelenyak Born 26.10. 1902
toniandjohn65@rogers.com
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Feb 27

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

Translate German Occupation

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Thank you! Joan To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com From: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2015 07:29:33 -0800 Subject: [S-R] Re: Translate German
Joan
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Feb 2
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