Re: [Slovak-World] villages in the 1828 Hungarian Census
I don't know if you received any of the messages I posted regarding the
information you requested. Let me know if you are interested in making
contact with someone who is familiar with some of the villages you are
interested in. She has visited the area a couple of times and has
relatives in Snina. I believe her ancestral village is Ruske.
At 06:43 PM 7/25/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Can anyone confirm if the following villages taken from the 1828
>Hungarian census (under the Zemplen Megye) correspond to what the
>modern Slovak names for these places are? I am being selective since
>that's where my research is centered:
>1. Brezovecz - Berezovec
>2. Csukalocz - Cukalovce
>3. Dubrava es Smigacz - Dubrava at or near Smigovec
>4. there is no Dara (my primary research area) but there is Sztarina
>es Dara - does this mean that Dara was administratively (and as far
>as church records go, incorporated under Starina?)
>5. Homonna - Humenne
>6. Hrabova-Rosztoka - Hrabova Roztoka
>7. Kolbaszo - Kolbasov
>8. Nehval-Polyanka - Nechvalova Polianka
>9. Orosz-Ruszka - Ruske
>10. Osztroznyicza - Ostruznica
>11. Polena (Homonna mellett) - Velka Polana? what does 'mellett' mean?
>12. Szmolynik (should've been Szmolnyik) - Smolnik
>13. Zuella - Zvala
>14. Szinna (perhaps misspelled as Sznina?) - Snina
>Also, what do 'also-' and 'felso-' mean as in Also-Jablonka and Felso-
>Jablonka. I know that one should be Vysna and the other one Nizna.
>Is this right?
>Is the 1828 census available? Where could one access it?
>Also, are these census years correct? 1828, 1848, 1857, 1869, 1880,
>1890, 1900, 1910, 1921 (first Czechoslovak census)? Is there anything
>How far back do the LDS microfilms go?
>thanks to all for their answers.
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