Slovak and Carpatho-Rusyn Genealogical Research
Indexed Outline Malatina Detail Register 1779 - 1799
It is the last 20 years of 18th century which are recorded. At first, the wooden church in Malatina was painted on the inside. There were two bells in the steeple, one since 1652, the other one since 1670. These bells were "baptized" by bishop Lukas Natali on 25 July 1715 from Dubova.
On 05 December 1798, Malatina, the diocese of the St. Anne church was just a small church, but on 15 November 1808 it was turned into a parish church. The church of all saints was built in 1802-1809.
It was the last twenty years of 18th century which they recorded.
Year 1779/there were 24 baptisms 4 weddings 2 funerals 1780 23 3 8 1781 21 5 7 1782 26 9 11 1783 14 3 24 1784 36 3 15 1785 19 10 15 1786 24 6 14 1787 40 9 33 1788 24 4 11 1789 30 8 20 1790 43 7 20 1791 31 1 8 1792 31 11 7 1793 34 6 39 1794 45 3 29 1795 28 12 83 1796 45 15 10 1797 44 8 6 1798 34 8 19 1799 39 3 11I am sure that anyone with roots in the area will be interested in this list of church members from St. Anne church in Malatina for years 1779-1799.
The surnames are listed in order they appear in the document.
Hubka Krivacka Jerhuba Pucovan Hajduch Brna Haramura Handak Muzla Stikadla Kudzbel Basdura Duricka Kramer Busia Stenko Hladis Sluka Sikula Jurov Bubal Patris Martincak Mazur Klosar Handel Slusniak Papula Mikita Bajdura Pajtak Sviba Planka Lovish Sivko Polchleb Kutel Zajac Klochan Pasko Jambrich Sojcak Kolac Juricka Klos Skvarek Nemec Paluda Slanina Grisko Busak Kopilec Bory Durik Mariencak Kostolnik Gazda Okal Lovicky Hlavaj Velgan Tomlak Hubcik Smrtka Pirosiak Krokvak Malko Bobcek Janos Tomo Macak Sutorcik Slachta Garbas Pison Martincek Sepaur Velovky Kapral Krivus Pajtas Rohac Buban Dubas Kuban Kubovcek Lisak Stikavka Goras Smrtko Kysel Jasen Majzel Poliak Pul Pascha Laurinec Durkovie Zrnka Druntek Kovac Ryba Gajdos Jakuba Borcak Grsag Gazda Burovan Busak Truntek Velogi Niket Futalaj Krivan Tomo Cengliak Grinvolt Rohacik Majerchin Sivka Kapina Dragan Synko Borove Petkuba Hanzelli Hutan Gigas Pirom Stefko Lukac Majercak Sranda Barbina Straka Svrcak Fuzia Gibas Marincin Slachtik Paluga Kubovcik Sluka Goleczi Sabadak Fruntek Sareny Cizmar Jetkuba Nitkel Kapina Jantek Janagurov Zavatek Sekan Stenko Sinko Garbina Palugi Kocalko Kostolny Hurtka Gavon Slachtink Martinak Zavacki Maskurica Lavrincak Klucka Kakus Getko Getkube Jancak Zmesko Zuntek Gerat Kuban Jancar Hudec Hevlinger Macko Borcak Sitko Macak Koprc Mkuska Jurovka Maskuric Sikudla Talusnak Ondriskov Zareni Ondrus Gresko Gerzic Stevanka Jancek Hornik Velocky Kuhajda Bjtofal Teplik Jurickaj Labos Pirik Glonek Gorcak Gancar Plzik Drba Borian Adamec Blcha Trencih Mikus Vajdik Decka Angel Kontur Targos Pelek Beliny Lajcak Plavka Lovich Smolen Zaptocny Krokviak Magercak Skrlik Balo Vrastiak Cenduliak Kopilicak Stikuta Mariencin Malko Pazdur Osvalda Valko Jantek Omasta Kobilic Dubos Habovcan Hadrich Kvaka Opareny Ballo Majercak Dorcin Stracka Rostak Pir Capina Chabovcik RokaSome surnames they are typical: Jedzkuba, Polochleba. And some they are formations of neighboring villages: Pucovan, Borovan, Krivan, Hutah, Habovcan.
Found surnames which are in accordance with name of village: Mikita, Muzil, Scefanovjch, Hunkoviech and Vojveda. The name Mikita symbolizes Wallachian colonalism, and that it was the mother town, farming and noble.
Surnames from year 1624 besides these found Kobilica, Freno, Sykora, Stanik, Drahy, Gavuca, Vretenica, Zemelych, Golian, Vsenak, Gresko, Gregorov, Risian, Lanseciak, Scefanik, Hubcik, Vojtko, Zajac, Cierny, Dudik, Janko, Smrt, Brasin.
Hope this helps at least a few researchers.
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