Eastern Slovakia
Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogical Research

CLEVELAND, OHIO AND CUYAHOGA COUNTY
1880 TO THE PRESENT
AND ITS SLOVAK IDENTIFICATION

By Joseph Hornack

In 1930, Slovaks from Cleveland, Ohio were members of or sponsors for the printing of religious book and music in the Slovak language by the Sv. Vojtech Society, based in Trnava, western Slovakia.

Declared Slovaks by State, U.S. 1990 census

Slovaks of Cleveland

History of Krakovany / Straze

The DSSV Surname List for Krakovany

Map of Krakovany Area, Nitra County

The SLRP Surname Project

Associate Correspondents in Slovakia-SLRP

View the SLRP on line Surname Index

E-mail Joseph Hornack

Krakovany / Straze Section Copyright 1998 - Joseph J. Hornack, Independence Ohio: Nitra county Husband and father of six grown children. His paternal grandparents immigrated to America in 1905 from Krakovany, Nitra County. In 1983 he visited Slovakia, Krakovany, for the first time; later escorting tour groups in 1990, 1992, 1994 and 1997. In 1986, he founded the Slovakia Surname Location Reference Project (SLRP); he directed in 1991 its expansion to include County Associates publishing columns and logging lineage submitted. Two SLRP booklets have been produced: a book of compiled Columns published in the ongoing series, and the other, the Database alphabetical by surname and by location submitted. He remains active in Cleveland-Bratislava Sister Cities, Inc. (CBSC) since its formation in 1991; members dedicated to the exchange of cultural and commercial strengths.

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