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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

WW1 and First Czechoslovak Army / Legions

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Quite an interesting piece. I have relatives that came from the border region, later migrating to Germany Regards, Ray Lopez ... On Thu, 5/11/17, Nick
R Lopez
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May 16

question on town/area

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Thanks. My son lives in Falls Church, VA, so I will try and build it into a future trip. Ray ... From: Helen Fedor helenfedor@hotmail.com [SLOVAK-ROOTS]
Casperveth
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May 13

Translation request

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Thank you Joseph for the translation.. Therefore, presumably the building was a preschool or equivalent.
kika3_au
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May 9

Surnames: FRANEK, YATCHIK, ZELENKA, LESO

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Or the name could also be spelled Jaczik (Yatsik phonetically). If the family were slovak and Catholic, teh parish records will be written in either Latin or
kika3_au
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May 9

Hrinda,Molka, Kollar, Andras, Zencs and others

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Thank you for reply. I did see that all were females listed in the village on Juraj Cisarik's site. ... From: 'Michael Mojher' mgmojher@verizon.net
Deb Kandybowski
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May 6
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