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    From: yawho2001 To: Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 8:44 PM Subject: [Slovak-World] Re: Village
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 12, 2003
      From: "yawho2001" <yawho2001@...>
      To: <Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 8:44 PM
      Subject: [Slovak-World] Re: Village Location...where is it?


      > --- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, durisek@a... wrote:
      > > Hi experts.... I'm looking for a village called Sokernica, probably
      > in
      > > Eastern SK, but maybe now in Ukraine or Hungary. It's a Greek
      > Catholic family named
      > > Mayor or maybe Myor?? Any ideas? Thanks ... Zuzka
      > >




      > Dears Slovak´s,
      >
      > This is help for you who are already third generation born outside
      > Slovakia.
      > If you want find birth city of your grand father or grand mother before
      > year 1900 when the city names were in hungarian or german language then
      > use ........
      >
      > In this tree books is all villages in Slovakia.
      >
      > Location of all slovak's villages from year 1773
      >
      > 1."Nazvy obci Slovenskej republiky. Ich vyvin v rokoch 1773-1997"
      > (Names of Villages, Slovak Republic ............)
      >
      > The book has very rich development of city and village names in Slovakia
      > at that time.
      >
      > The changes of the names to hungarian, slovakian language and.......
      > The author of this book funded all information in archives from Hungary,
      > Germany and Slovakia.
      > In this book you'll find the name how was many years ago and now.
      > The entries for each town name (as it is known now) are also in
      > alphabetical
      > order and consecutively numbered with the town name in larger, darker
      > print;followed by the district and county. Then follows the name changes
      > and and dates from 1773 -1997.
      > That's about it. I like it for its simplicity of use when checking to
      see
      > what your village name was at the time your ancestors lived there.
      >
      >
      ............................................................................
      > .............................................
      > 2."Cirkevne matriky na Slovensku zo 16. - 19. storocia"
      > (Church Registry in Slovakia from 16-19 century)
      >
      > If you want to find your ancestors in Slovakia you need to have their
      > birth
      > certificates.
      > Then you need to write to State archives for resers. ???
      > To find the correct address for State archives you will need publication
      > (in slovak) from J. Sarmanyova, "Cirkevne matriky na Slovensku zo 16. -
      > 19.storocia" "Church Registry in Slovakia from 16-19 century "
      > In this book you will find all information about which registry is in
      which
      > State archive.
      >
      >
      ............................................................................
      > ...................................
      > 3. "Podrobny auto atlas Slovenskej republiky" it in scale 1:100 000.
      > (Detailed Auto Atlas of the Slovak Republic).
      > (CZS003) by Vojensky kartograficky ustav Harmanec.
      > This excellent atlas is the best modern atlas available for the Slovak
      > Republic. Map scale is 1:100 000.
      > There are 95 pages of maps, a 12-page town-name index listing over 6,800
      > town names, 27 city maps (1:10 000), and postal codes are listed for all
      > town names in the index. Legends are in eight languages, including
      English.
      > The atlas has a wire spiral binding, so pages turn easily. 9-1/2 inches x
      > 12-3/4 inches, in color. 2nd ed., 1997. 132 pp.
      > In this book you'll find the city localization.
      >
      > Jan
      > www.jupo.sk/offer
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      Dears Slovak´s, This is help for you who are already third generation born outside Slovakia. If you want find birth city of your grand father or grand mother
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 2, 2003
        Dears Slovak´s,

        This is help for you who are already third generation born outside
        Slovakia.
        If you want find birth city of your grand father or grand mother before
        year 1900 when the city names were in hungarian or german language then
        use ........

        In this tree books is all villages in Slovakia.

        Location of all slovak's villages from year 1773

        1."Nazvy obci Slovenskej republiky. Ich vyvin v rokoch 1773-1997"
        (Names of Villages, Slovak Republic ............)

        The book has very rich development of city and village names in Slovakia
        at that time.

        The changes of the names to hungarian, slovakian language and.......
        The author of this book funded all information in archives from Hungary,
        Germany and Slovakia.
        In this book you'll find the name how was many years ago and now.
        The entries for each town name (as it is known now) are also in
        alphabetical
        order and consecutively numbered with the town name in larger, darker
        print;followed by the district and county. Then follows the name changes
        and and dates from 1773 -1997.
        That's about it. I like it for its simplicity of use when checking to see
        what your village name was at the time your ancestors lived there.

        ............................................................................
        2."Cirkevne matriky na Slovensku zo 16. - 19. storocia"
        (Church Registry in Slovakia from 16-19 century)

        If you want to find your ancestors in Slovakia you need to have their
        birth
        certificates.
        Then you need to write to State archives for resers. ???
        To find the correct address for State archives you will need publication
        (in slovak) from J. Sarmanyova, "Cirkevne matriky na Slovensku zo 16. -
        19.storocia" "Church Registry in Slovakia from 16-19 century "
        In this book you will find all information about which registry is in which
        State archive.

        ............................................................................
        3. "Podrobny auto atlas Slovenskej republiky" it in scale 1:100 000.
        (Detailed Auto Atlas of the Slovak Republic).
        (CZS003) by Vojensky kartograficky ustav Harmanec.
        This excellent atlas is the best modern atlas available for the Slovak
        Republic. Map scale is 1:100 000.
        There are 95 pages of maps, a 12-page town-name index listing over 6,800
        town names, 27 city maps (1:10 000), and postal codes are listed for all
        town names in the index. Legends are in eight languages, including English.
        The atlas has a wire spiral binding, so pages turn easily. 9-1/2 inches x
        12-3/4 inches, in color. 2nd ed., 1997. 132 pp.
        In this book you'll find the city localization.

        Jan
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