Re: [Slovak-World] Does anyone in Australia know about this?
- The only thing listed in her obituary is the word
Croatian -- although the name could be Slovak, in any
event, a very sad end to a beautiful life.
May her memory be eternal.
--- BJLK@... wrote:
> I just read the tragic story about fashion model_http://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5478,15510428%255E661,00
> Larissa Brdar and her
> apparent suicide in Australia, and wondered if she
> might be of Slovak heritage.
> The full story is here:
> B. J. Licko-Keel (BJLK@...)
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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- At 03:47 AM 6/06/2005, you wrote:
> Larissa BrdarI had never heard of her, but I looked on the net found her death notice
and as her grandmother is Croatian I would presume that is her origin also.
Fred Kovalyak asked me the same question.
I checked the National Archives website - which is www.naa.gov.au (click
'record search' then 'guest' to gain access).
Most of the records for the surname of this girl are listed as
I would suggest that anybody with Slovak/Eastern European connections put
their names through this site - there were thousands of refugees who came
here after WW2 who could "belong" to you!
Boulder Western Australia