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Searching for records/ information on George Wira. He lived in/around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Camden County, New Jersey; died between 1925 and 1940; born between 1876-1904.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: DUSKOVA, JEROVIC, JIROVIC, WALENTA, SPEVAK
I am looking for the following information: Kristina Duskova received first communion in the Church of the Lord in Susice (1875); I do not know where Susice is located, or if it even exists today. Later, Kristina married Jakob Jerovic / Jirovec. They had three daughters: Lillian and Josephine came to the United States in 1911 aboard the Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Bi..... (rest of name is missing). Lillian married Michael Walenta from Austria; Josephine married Anton Spevak. A third daughter remained behind. I do not know her first name. I am trying to trace my heritage beyond this. Lillian and Michael eventually settled in Corning, New York where Michael was a glassblower. Josephine settled in California, around Carson and later Redondo Beach. Any information would certainly be appreciated!
email: - JRuss75532@aol.com - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: KUNDRAT, BUBRICH
Trying to find out what happened to my g-fathers 2nd wife. G.father Jozef Kundrat (m) Julia Bubrich in 1909. Dau Julia born 17 March 1910 in Lisbon Falls, Maine. G.father dies in Maine July 1911. 2nd wife Julia B. Kundrat places 3 step-sons, Mike, Joe & George in Childrens Home in Cambridge, Ohio. Julia Bubrich Kundrat and 1 year old dau just disappear. I have been trying to locate the last 10 years a half-sister my father never knew he had. If the surnames are familiar please E-mail me. G.father worked the coal mines in Centre Co. Pennsylvania & Gurnsey Co. Ohio. Woodmill in Maine. He came from Zemplinska Teplica, Zemplen Dist. about 1893.
email: - DKasmann@aol.com - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: KOSCELEK, KONDIS
My name is Margaret Koscelek and my grandparents were Joseph Koscelek and Anna Kondis I recently found an article on the internet http://www.savta.sk/logos/nes/no/data/130896 the article "Archelogia" Autor TASR, Nizna Mysla...this article mentions the Koscelek name I donot speak slovak..but I think it mentions Kosice-vidiek and Koscelek property. If you have any information..please write. Thank you. Also how do I reach the LDS church on internet?
email: - email@example.com - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: KUNDRAT, ZUSCSAK
Searching for all Kundrat and Zuscsak's in Zemplinska Teplica, Zemplen District. My grandfather Jozef Kundrat married Mary Zuscsak there. Would also like any information on Zemplinska Teplica, or knowledge of where to find info.
email: - DKasmann@aol.com - Posted 31 December 1996
I was wondering if the name Gallman is Slovak or not?
email: Sue Worley - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: PACHUTA, FAYKO, FEYKO
I am looking for relatives named Pachuta or Fayko (Feyko) from Davidov, Czechoslovakia. Grandfather's name was John Pachuta, grandmother's was Mary Fayko. They lived in Trenton New Jersey. Thanks.
email: - GarysBetty@aol.com - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: ELCHIK, ILCIK, ILYCSIK, ILCILS
Several years ago I started work on my genealogy. I believe my ancestors (my grandfathers parents on my fathers side) emigrated from Michalovce in the late 1800's. Although my last name is spelled "Elchik", I have located local marriage certificates, baptismal certificates and burial certificates which spell the name "Ilcik", "Ilycsik", and Ilcils", respectively. It is possible and quite likely our name was Anglicized to "Elchik" after the family emigrated. Like others, it has been difficult for me to trace my ancestors back into Slovakia because of the language and the ever-changing politics of the region. I am considering enlisting the help of the Genealogical Research Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania to augment my own research. The first thing I would like to do however, is verify the name "Elchik" in order to build on the search. Do you have any suggestions as to how I would go about validating/verifying the name? Any pointers you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
email: Michael Elchik - email@example.com - Posted 31 December 1996
Researching: DURTA, IMMERBLUME
I am researching my grandmother's family who is from Kosich, Slovakia. Her maiden name is Durta. Her mother's maiden name is Immerblume. (spelling may not be correct). I have heard so many stories from my grandmother. She remembers that her mother, who was Jewish, and her father, a Catholic Slovak, owned a grocery / department store before World War II. I am not sure what I am looking for, but would appreciate someone's response.
email: - Dakota773@aol.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: MAJERCIN, MAJERCHIN, MYERCHIN, KACMAR,
I am searching for information on the following names: Michal Majercin emigrated from Slovakia (possibly Kracunovce in the Giraltovce District), c. 1900. He lived in Danville, Illinois and died in 1935. A story states that his first American experience was in eating a banana without peeling it first! His wife, Anna Peticky stayed in Slovakia to care for an ill child. Two sons and a daughter also came. Andrew Majercin (possibly Americanized to Majerchin), and Mary Majercin-Svetz settled in Streator, Illinois. My grandfather, Michael George Majercin, married Emilia Kacmar. They also lived in Danville, Illinois. Her parents were Michael Kacmar and Anna Kacmerak. I have no information regarding them. I have some information that they lived in Bratislava, but this is unconfirmed. I have recently made contact with a possible relative living in Prague, Czech Republic. He states that his 2nd great-grandfather, Josef Makercin was born in Kracunovce. He left Slovakia for Bohemia c. 1910. Any information will be appreciated.
email: L. Majercin - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: HLIVKO, TSAPIK, DURICHKO, DIURICJKO,
Searching for relatives of George Hlivko, born in Orehavica, Czechoslovakia in 1890 and came to United States in early 1900's. Also, searching for any relatives of Anna Tsapik, born in 1893 in Orichovtzy, Uzhorod, Region 4. Any information on Ivan Durichko (or Diurichko) or Anna Resheter (or Reshetar) of Orichovtzy (or Orihovitsa), Uzhorod, Region 4. Any information - no matter how small, or if you think may be insignificant. Thank you. Hope to hear from someone soon.
email: - email@example.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: SWILO, SWILLO
Searching for information regarding any reletives in Poland with the last name of Swilo or Swillo. The only information I have is that they were from the area of Wie's Badziwoly near Vienna. I just started searching so any help you can provide is appreciated. My grandfather was one of 5 brothers and we have not heard of anything about them since World War II.
email: - GOLFNONE@aol.com - Posted 30 December 1996
After talking with my father, I would like to know of the town of Turzova, and if any of the familly Ziacik still lives there. My grandfather's name was Blaze and he came to America in the early 1900's. I do know that when his first wife died, he came back to Slovakia and married his wife's sister then returned to America (Pennsylvania). Thank you very much.
email: Michael Ziacik - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: POLASCEK, POLACEK, FEDORENKO, VASILENKO,
CUPER, ESTOK, GUEHAR, FECANIN, FEJCANIN
My family names are: Polascek (Polacek), Fedorenko, Vasilenko, and Cuper from Hrabovik, Slovakia, near Svidnik; Estok and Guehar from Chertiz, Uzhorod District, Slovakia; Fecanin or Fejcanin and Baca from Vysny Orlik, Saros, near Svidnik. I am presently looking up the microfilm for these three areas at LDS Family history center.
email: - FIDGETYG@aol.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Looking for relatives of John Slovkofsky. Here was born in Niles, Ohio. in 1901. His mother's name was Sophia and father's name was Martin. He married Helen Layko. I am his grandson. We are very interested in any information anyone can supply. My mom has two brothers in Youngstown, Ohio.
email: Bob Stelter - YLYZ88A@prodigy.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: KOZELL, CHURILLA, SHURILLA, KAVULICH
We believe the Kozell and Churilla or Shurilla are from Bratislava. My uncle, Stephen Kavulich was president of the Pennsylvania Slovak Society and involved with Jednota. He has given me some information but we are looking for more.
email: Andy Kavulich - email@example.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Is there any place on the net to trace the Surlak family back to Slovakia?
email: John R. Minarcik, MD - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching the surname Matta. Father was born April 1901, Kassa. Trying to find any information that will help me find relatives remaing in this region.
email: - RMotto5411@aol.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: BLAHUT, RAGAN, KUCEJ, FRANKO, ROJKOVIC
Please forward any information on the Blahut, Ragan, Kucej, Franko, and Rpjkovic surnames, all from Slovakia.
email: - email@example.com - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: PREPUTNIK, HUTNYAN, KOSZTICK, PLAVCSAK
Looking for information on Theodore (Frank) Preputnik from Vojtovce, born March or May 1871; Eva Hutnyan from Breznicka, born April 1878; Joannes (John) Kosztick from Solnik, born January 1870; Anna Plavcsak from Breznicka, born 1873. Please note that the dates of birth could not be confirmed so they may be different. The towns are correct. If anyone has any information on these people or knows who I might contact for information please E-Mail me.
email: - MikeU107@AOL.COM - Posted 30 December 1996
I'm looking for relavtives of Anne Holcik who was born in 1905 and emigrated to Canada around 1929.
email: Stan Benedek - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 30 December 1996
Researching: TOMASYEWSKA, TOMASOVSKY, CSORNYAK,
Researching Tomasyewska (old name), Tomasovsky (American name) from the village of Uherce, County Lesko and Csornyak (Old name), Chornyak or Chornock (American name) from the village of Jestreb, County Saros.
email: - WendieC@aol.com - Posted 30 December 1996
I am researching the history of Drdul from Dolna Krupa and Velke Kostolinji, Slovakia. I am creating a family tree home page and would appreciate any information on this name.
email: - email@example.com - Updated 29 December 1996
Researching: PAPIERNIK, KRICEK, STEFANEK, BECUR,
STRUHAL, MARTON, HOSOVA
The following ancestors were born in Horne Srnie, Trencin, Slovakia: Martin Papiernik Kricek in 1868, Juraj Papiernik Kricek in 1838, Andrej Papiernik in 1803, Jan Papiernik in 1776. Also born in Horne Srnie: Maria Stefanek Becur in 1838, Andrej Stefanek in 1802, Franciska Struhal in 1868, Katarina Marton in 1807 and Katarina Hosova in 1771.
email: Edna Cherney - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 29 December 1996
Researching: DURIS, PANIK, SOVIS
Myjava is a small town about 80 kilometers North East of Bratislava. I need to learn if there are still people living there with the surnames of: Duris, Panik and Sovis. Is anyone researching these surnames? These people emigrated through Ellis Island and settled in Little Falls, New York and also in the area around Binghamton, New York. The emigration took place between 1890 and 1910. At least one is known to have traveled through Bremen.
email: Lowell H. Brigham - email@example.com - Posted 29 December 1996
Researching: PETRUNA, RENCKO, BENCKO, BAKOS,
Researching the Petrunia, Rencko, Bencko, Bakos, Grisak, and Wrobel families from Nizne-Slovinky also known as Slovinky, Slovakia, about 5 km. SE of Porac
email: Marc E. Petrunia - MEPETRUN@ACS.UCALGARY.CA - Updated 29 December 1996
Researching: VLCKO, WELSKO, BOTCHA
I am searching for information about the surnames Vlcko (Welsko) and Botcha. The families settled in northeastern Pennsylvania in the late 1800's. I am most interested in finding out exactly where they lived in Slovakia. It may be in the south, near Hungarian border. Thank you!
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 29 December 1996
Researching: ZELO, ZELYO, SOBECK, CERNAK
Researching the Zelo, Zelyo, Sobeck, and Cernak surnames for any information. Thank you.
email: John Zelloe - JZELLOE@webtv.net - Posted 29 December 1996
We are looking for infromation on the history of the Fedors name. Paul Fedors.
email: - lighting@SoCA.com - Posted 29 December 1996
Researching: POJMA, POYMA
My name is Michael Poyma, age 30, and I'm from Columbus, Ohio. I'm trying to gather any information regarding my great-grandparents, originally from Slovakia, who came to the United States in the mid-19th century. Their last name was Pojma, but was changed to Poyma. Their names were Thomas and Mary. They lived in Pennsylvania, but not sure where exactly. They had 7 children, and Thomas died at an early age. I am the grandson of Thomas's youngest boy, Michael. Anyone who sees this, recognizes the name, or can help, please contact me. I'm trying to help my aunt Patricia Poyma in her search for information. Thank You!
email: - Shrooomin@aol.com - Posted 29 December 1996
Researching: KOLIBAR, TOMBOR
I am interested in researching the history of both my Grandparents George Kolibar and Mary Kolibar nee Tombor. They both came to the United States in the early 1900's via New York. They were both born in Kocise, Slovakia.
email: - GKOLIBARIA@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
My grandparents, Pisiak, came from Galicia about 1908. Tomko was my other grandfathers name. They were Ukrainian and settled in the Pottsville, Pennsylvania area. Anybody with these names please reply. Thank you.
email: - Jbobdebob@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: NAZAREJ, NAZAREJ-ADAM, BACAY
I am looking for my relatives with the surname Nazarej. Before the second world war the surname was Nazarej Adam. Could be in the towns of Celovce or Pusovce. My grandfather John Nazarej came to Canada in the late 1920s or early 1930s. My grandmother was a Bacay. I believe her family was from Celovce.
email: - email@example.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: KUNFRAT, LAWRENCE, LORENZ, HRIVNAK, FILO
I am looking for information on the Kundrat, Lawrence (Lorenz), Hrivnak, and Filo families that settled in Cleveland, Ohio in the early 1900's, and lived in the St. Ladislaus, St. Benedict, and Sts. Cyril & Methodius parishes in Cleveland and Lakewood, Ohio.
email: - KINFP@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: TUTKO, LEBENZ, TRESCHOK, MEARNIC, ROBATIN
Great Greatgrand parents Lawrence Tutko and Suzanna Lebenz. Great Grandparents John Tutko (raised by Grandma Treschok, his aunt) and Margaret Mearnic, married 02 January 189_ at Connelsville, Pennsylvania, 12 children. Grandparents Steve Tutko & Margaret Robatin. They are 79 years old and live in Gallitzin, Pennsylvania. We think that John came from Vienna, Austria so did Margaret Mearnic? To Ellis Island and met here in the United States and married.
email: Ryan Carey - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: BADA, BORSUK
I'm looking for information on Villam Bada who was a Lutheran Teacher who died in 1927 in Turaluke. He was the father of Ludevit Bada who married Maria Borsuk, they came to Chicago in the early 1900's. Thank you.
email: Richard Petranek - RichardSTJ@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: VITKOVSKY, YELLEN, JELEN, NIPAUR
Searching for relatives of Anton Vitkovsky, Andrew Yellen (Jelen), and Emelia Nipaur from Stara L'ubovna and settled in Kearny and North Bergen New Jersey.
email: - Vitkovsky@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: KAVULICH, PAPCUN
I am looking for information on my father's mother and father. They are John Kavulich, grandfather, born in Martigany, Slovakia on 22 April 1882. He had two brothers, Joseph and Andrew and a sister Anna. Also for Elizabeth Papcun, grandmother, born in Jacklovce, Slovakia on 19 November 1885. She had a brother, Stephen and a sister, Kathryn.
email: Andy Kavulich - email@example.com - Updated 28 December 1996
Researching: FILIA, SCHWARTZ
I am searching for relatives, who lived in Oroska prior to World War II. Zdenek Fiala was my father and Theresa Schwartz whose father was Josef Schwartz. I would appreciate any information pertaining to the abowe relatives.
email: Dan Filia - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: VOJTILA, VOYTILLA, HANUSCIN, HANUSCHIN
John Vojtila was born circa 1856 in Porac, Slovakia. Sophia Hanuscin was also born in Porac, Slovakia, circa 1857. Their families were members of Saint Demetrius Greek Catholic Church in Porac. They immigrated to Minnesota for a while and the ended up in Canada, a destination for many familes from Porac. Steve Voytilla sent me an email, but I lost his email address. Can you please write me again.
email: Bill Litchy - email@example.com - Updated 28 December 1996
Researching: SUNYAR, KARNAC, BERACKO
I have limited info on my family tree before they came to the America. They came over to America about 1903 and the name was Sunyar. They were from a town in Slovakia called Rimaska Kakova. The y was subsituted for what seems like an i with a slash on it off to the right? My great grand mother was a widow with 4 children, her maiden name was Karnac she came over with all the children alone and the boys names were Andrew and John. There were also 2 girls. Her first name was Julia. This was my fathers side. His mothers side was from Bratislava and there name was Beracko and that's about all I know. I am looking to get leads on looking for more history on the family.
email: Jim Sunyar - JWS318@aol.com - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: KOVALAK, ZAYO, ZENCA, BUDAY, FIGULA, DOLAK
Looking for information on my grandparents' families. Kovalak came form the village of Circ and the Zayo family from Leluchow, 50 miles north in what is now southern Poland. They both migrated to Dunlo, Pennsylvania in the 1890's and lived in various mining town in sw Pennsylvania.
email: Louise Gentry - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 28 December 1996
Researching: HUDEC, HUDECZ, KLEBNETZ
Looking for Hudec, Hudecz, and Bakos from Klebnetz. I would be pleased to hear from anyone to who the aforementioned names and city have meaning.
email: - email@example.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: SIRKO, FAYTAK, THOMAS, KRISTOFEK
Searching for relatives of John Sirko, Mary Faytak (Thomas), or Kristofek families who settled in Clairton, Pennsylvania, Crown Point, Indiana (or near vicinity).
email: Sharon Williams - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: GERALSKY, SHOLTIS
I Would appreciate any information available for the Gerlalsky and Sholtis family names. Thank you.
email: - Dgslab@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
I am currently preparing a family tree for the surname Zajac. My grandfather John F. Zajac immigrated to the United States in the early 1900's and resided in Shamokin, Pennsylvaia. He worked as a coal miner in Shamokin most of his life. My great grandfather was named Andrew Zajac and supposedly immigrated to the United States in the late 1800's but later returned to his hometown. He lived in a village named Terna in the country of Slovakia. I am interested in locating the oriin of the family name Zajac. Also I would like to indentify possible family members that may be living in the United States or throughout the world (cousins, etc.) that may have been related to my great grandfather Andrew.
email: - JRZ8159@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
I am interested in any information on my g-grandfather, Janko Matuska. I think he was from Dolny Kubin, in the Tetra Mountains. My father tells me he was a musician, and was involved in writing a national anthem. I would like to find the words and music for my father. Thank you.
email: Linda Matuska - COPROGIRL@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: DMYTRYK, FEDIN, SOLTYS, BARONIC
Searching for information about location/origins of surnames: Dmytryk, Fedin, Soltys, Baronic. Fathers Side: Matey Dmytryk my grandfather was married to Fatinka Soltys in the United States circa 1920's. Moki Soltys (Fatinka's and Matey's son) my uncle was unable to come to America. His son Zenon Soltys resides somewhere in eastern Europe. Mothers Side: My Great great grandfather born Andrew Fedin born 1840 records show from Austia imigrated in 1892 was married to Mary Baronic.
email: Robert Metrick - email@example.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Looking for any info on Remis, 2 brothers, Alex and Cipriant from Horovce. Also a daughter Terka Remisova. Last known letters from 1949. Any help appreciated as we are just starting to look.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: BUDJAC, BUDIAK
I'm looking for relatives, Budjac or Budiac, from Bratislava to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
email: Mary Handeland - email@example.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: HORES, JOSEFAK, VNUK, SLIZIK, BYSTRAKOVA,
I am searching for the following names and locations: Hores and Josefak from Vrbovce; Vnuk and Slizik from Ujlacek (this is the Hungarian name of the Village. It is around Nitra.); Bystrakova and Suchanek north of Senica. I have more information to share with others. Thank you.
email: Joanne Michalovic Hanley - MJAHanley@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: REGETOVKA, REDETIVKA
My parents, Regetovka (Redetivka), were born in Regeovka, Slovakia before the church there was built. Does anyone out there know how I can locate their church record? Thank you!
email: - Jim4Irene@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: JUREWICZ, DUTKANYCH
Looking for any info on Jurewicz and Dutkanych.
email: - TPKEJOE@aol.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: CORDULACK, KORDULAK, GOROLKA
My father's roots are in Rakova, Slovakia. My name is Calvin Cordulack and I live in Stamford, Connecticut. I believe that the Slovakian spelling of the family name is Kordulak. My grandfather's name was John Kordulak and my grandmother was Eva Goralka. They emigrated to the United States in about 1917. It is my belief that there are still Kordulak's and Goralka's living in the Rakova area. I would be very interested in making contact. I have recently made contact with a branch of the family living in Saint Petersburg Russia. I hope to hear from someone. Thanks for your help, it is exciting to find this site.
email: Cal Cordulack - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 27 December 1996
Searching for ancestors in Eastern Slovakia - father born in Bysta, lived in Velka Trona.
email: Paul Hutka - email@example.com - Posted 27 December 1996
Researching: HANIS, WASKO, SOLTES, SIMA, VISZKUP,
GZEGOSS, FRIDRICH, TILICZKY
Looking for more information on the Hanis, Wasko, Soltes, Sima, Viszkup, Gzegoss, Fridrich, and Tiliczky surnames from three small villages northwest of Presov, the villages are Siba, Hertnik and Hervartov. The names would be found prior to 1870.
email: - KCHANIS@aol.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: BELEJ, JURO, PROVZO, POVARSNIK,
Seeking data on my great grandfather Mihaly Belej, born in 1844, Lesna, Slovakia (Leszna, Zemplen Co.) and his wife Anna Juro, born in Zbudza. Mihaly had three other wives, Anna Provzo, Anna Porvarsnik and Maria Mihalyko. (Spellings??) Mihaly son George Belej (Now Bailey) married Teresia Balogh, born in Palin (Palyn, Ung Co.) in 1901. They settled in Akron, Ohio via Pleasant City, Ohio, around 1920.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Updated 24 December 1996
Researching: HOMJAK, CHOMJAK, CHOMIAK
I am interested in any information about the Homjak, Chomjak, and Chomiak names. Some of the origin is in Sabinov, some came to the United States, perhaps turn of the century, early 1900's. What is the origin of these names, any other information. Thank you.
email: - email@example.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Franek, also posted as Czech. not real sure as I am just beginning research. First and second generation roots in Pennsylvania.
email: C. Mark Franek - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: BEDNAR, BEDNARIK, VELASCO, VALESKO
My grandfather Joseph Bednar(ik) was born in Fricovce and my grandmother Mary Velasco (Valesko) was born in Siroke. I am interested in finding someone from those towns with whom I might correspond for the purpose of furthering my search.
email: Norman M. Mohar - email@example.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: SZCUCS, YUHAS
If you have any information on the last name Szucs or Yuhas from a very small village, when it was part of Hungary, Bodrog Szentes. This town was located near Kiray Helmesz. I have found reference to Szentes but the size of the new town seems too large. Bodrog Szentes was a farming village with only a few hundred people and one church around the year 1927. Thank you in advance.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 24 December 1996
I am searching for information on the Latocha last name. My great-grandfather was born in Zabno, located in the county of Tarnow, in what is present day Poland. We know that the name is not Polish, and since the location is Slovakian, I was looking for any assistance available.
email: Stacy Latocha - email@example.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Looking for any information on Gabriel Jewitzski who was born 08 February 1842 in Metzensenfer, Hungary which today is Niz. Medzev, Slovakia. Also,I would appreciate knowing what churches exist there today. Thanks.
email: - DJJlego@aol.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: HOVENAC, PETRENCHIK
I'm looking for the names Hovenac and Petrenchik from Povaska-Bystrica, Slovakia.
email: - OMorris960@aol.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Hello from Colombia! The grandfather of my grandfather, was probably living at the frontier between Bohemia and Moravia. There was a traditional opinion in my family, that he immigrated to this place from Hungary, Slovakia, which was then (up to the end of the 1st World War) a part of Hungary. I know from a friend in United States, that our name does occur in Hungary and former Czechoslovakia republic. Do you have any information about the roots of my name? Please comment. Many thanks!
email: C. Bulla - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 24 December 1996
I want to know how big is my family, and to make contact, with the Gojtan's. I'm livin in Brazil, and I hope that is an answer. Thanks.
email: Edgar Erich Gojtan - email@example.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: KASAK, KASSAK, RADOCHA, PAVLIK, GALBAVA
In the native tongue the name is actually Kasak, but I would also like to research my mother's family - Radocha - I believe Method Kasak hailed from Kostelane and his wife Anna Pavlik hailed from Biksard. Paul Radocha came from Biksard as well and his wife Stephania Galbava was from Sila. I would be most greatful if you find any information on any of my grandparents here! I already have the dates of birth of these individuals, and would really like to go back futher from there, if at all possible.
email: Ed Kassak - EKassak@aol.com - Posted 24 December 1996
Researching: HARCAR, SABATOS
Looking for any information regarding maternal Grandfather's family in Slovakia. George Cyril Harcar : born 1888 - Hanusovce nad Toplou - emmigrated to the United States in 1905, resided in Trenton, New Jersey - lifelong Jednota member. Mother's Maiden Name : Sabatos from Pecksoska Nova Ves from Saris.
email: John C. Dougherty - Gmcd54@aol.com - Posted 24 December 1996
I'm trying to find information about my ancestors. I have managed to find out that they come from Torysky in Slovakia. Thats all I have been able to find out so far. I can't even find Torysky on any of the maps. All I know is that it's in the North Eastern Slovakia in the Carpathian Mountains. My surname is Duranko and my fathers name is Steve Duranko. I'm very interested to see if I have relatives still living there. Any information would be great.
email: Thomas Duranko - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 23 December 1996
I would like information on the Cifranick surname.
email: - RchStn@aol.com - Posted 23 December 1996
Am trying to find any relatives in the Czech Republic or surrounding area with name Yettra.
email: Stanley Wernick - email@example.com - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: STASKO, HOCKO, BALABONCUK, PEREHANIC,
RABUNESEN, POPP, PAPP, PEREKSTA
Looking for any information on: Anna Stasko, Anna Perehanic Rabunesen, and Ivan Tegza from Drahovo or Berezovo, Hust, Maramoros, Austria-Hungary; Hocko from Prislup, okres Snina; any Popp or Papp from Drahovo, Maramoros, Austria-Hungary; Pereksta from Prislup, okres Snina
email: Andrew Popp - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: MOHAR, MUHAR
Looking for all Mohar or Muhar family members. Our family is from the area around Loski Potak and descends from Joheph Mohar who imigrated to the United States in 1898.
email: Tom Graham - email@example.com - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: GURA, WASECKO
I am searching for information about the family name Gura from Spis. My grandfather and grandmother came to the United States and settled in North Braddock, Pennsylvania. His name was John and her's was Mary Wasecko.
email: - Brandt4749@aol.com - Posted 23 December 1996
I am researching my Great Grandmother in Slovakia. Her name is Eva Hutnyan and was born on either 16 April 1872 or 22 April 1878. I haven't been able to discover the exact date. She was born in the town of Kis Breznicka and immigrated to the U.S.A. sometime in 1904. I would be interested in any information on Eva and her parents and ancestors.
email: - MikeU107@AOL.COM - Posted 23 December 1996
Please send any information on the Orava Castle. It is located in a small town of Orava, along the Orava River in the Orava valley. I do believe that this is located in Slovakia. I may be related to people by the surname of Orava. Any info on this castle will be appreciated.
email: - YJuid12562@aol.com - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: VESKO, KOCHIS, PRUSAK, SPISHAK, CHOPKO
Looking for any information on the surnames Vesko, Kochis, Prusak, Spishak and Chopko. All of the above came from eastern Slovakia around the turn of the century. I was told that Chopko came from the county of Zemplin. All of the above families settled in northeastern Pennsylvania in the Scranton area. Thanks in advance.
email: Frank - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: METHA, STRASSER
I am searching for information on the surname Metha. My grandfather, Paul Metha and my grandmother, Francesca Strasser Metha, immigrated to Canada in about 1905. I have a baptismal certificate of an aunt who was born and baptized in Jabaka, Jugoslavia. I have been unable to discover anything about this surname. It seems to be very rare. Can anyone help?
email: - TECAYA@aol.com - Posted 23 December 1996
The surname is Hatala and the village is or was Cernova, thats all I have.
email: - AMay88@aol.com - Posted 23 December 1996
Researching: JAKUBOVIC, EIGNER
Searching for relatives of Jakubovic family that lived in Hummene in the 1930's. Also researching Eigner familly that lived in Trebisov during that time.
email: - email@example.com - Updated 23 December 1996
Researching: POPP, POGANY
I am looking for info on my GGrandparents Anna Popp and Andras Pogany who came to America in 1906 from Austria Hungary. They were Carpatho-Rusyn. They came from a village called Rakiso(sp). Nobody can seem to help. My GGrandfather was in the Austrian Military and his family owned farm land. He was as we would call it, a police officer who rode on horseback. There may be Judges on his side also. Please Help.
email: - Belle016@aol.com - Posted 22 December 1996
Is the Palanos name Czech or Slovak? Does anyone know?
email: Kevin Bean - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 22 December 1996
Looking for information on any surname Posler.
email: - Rory02@aol.com - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: HERWITZHOMVCS, HUMN, HUMAN
The surnames I am researching are 'Herwitzhomvcs' (my great-grandfather) and 'Humn' or 'Human' (my great-grandmother). Any information on the families would be appreciated. My great-grandparents were probably married around 1900 and emigrated to the United States between 1900 and 1910, but they left many family members behind somewhere in the Carpathian Mountain area.
email: D. Rickard - email@example.com - Posted 22 December 1996
Looking for surname the Gdula.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: SUPER, TZUPER, TSUPER
Searching for Super surname originally spelled Tzuper or Tsuper. From village of Stebnik, in the Carpathians. Went to Minneapolis Minnesota.
email: Theodore Kloski - email@example.com - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: PURDA, ONDKO, CZEBULA, MROSKO
Looking for information on the Purda, Ondko, Czebula, and Mrosko families from Porac, Slovakia
email: Jim Husband - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 22 December 1996
Looking for anything about the Cessna Family.
email: Jim Cessna - email@example.com - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: PHILLIPS, PHILLIP, FILIPP, FILIP, HLEBIK, CHLEBIK,
ZAHURANECZ, ZAHRADNYIK, REPASZKY, SCHNEIDER, DUBOVICZKY, JANOSSKOVA,
KOLCSOVSZKA, SAYNA, DROTZAR, ISTOCKOWA, RACSAR
Searching for Phillips, Phillip, Filipp, Filip (all variations), Hlebik, Chlebik, Zahuranecz, Zahradnyik, Repaszky, Schneider, Duboviczky, Janosskova, Kolcsovszka, Sayna, Drotzar, Istockowa, and Racsar. Researching the ancestors of Mary Phillips (b.29 September 1902 in Cleveland, Ohio; d. 16 Augugust 1979 in Cleveland, Ohio). Parents: -Jakub Jan Phillip (John J. Phillips) (b. 22 July 1873 in Spisske Vlachy; d. 6 July 1924 in Cleveland, Ohio) Immigrated with his wife, (m. 30 June 1897 in Spisske Vlachy) Mary Hlebik (b.23 November 1880 in Spisske Vlachy; d. 11 September 1953 in Parma, Ohio), in 1899-1900, and settled in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Grandparents: -Jan Phillip (b. 2 June 1839 in Spisske Vlachy; m. 27 November 1865 in Spisske Vlachy), and Anna Zahuranecz (b. in Polanovice?). -Jan Hlebik (b. 22 June 1851 in Spisske Vlachy; m. 4 February 1879 in Spisske Vlachy), and Maria Zahradnyik (b. 25 December 1862 in Zehra). Great Grandparents: -Andrej Filipp (b. 29 December 1807 in Hincovice; m. 21 November 1825 in Spisske Vlachy), and Anna Duboviczky (b. 18 April 1803 in Spisske Vlachy). -Jozef Chlebik and Maria Repaszky. -Matej Zahradnik (b. 13 January 1828 in Zehra; m. 4 November 1856 in Spisske Vlachy), and Terezia Schneider (b. 14 October 1835 in Spisske Vlachy). Great Great Grandparents: -Jaraj Filip and Maria. -Jakup Dubovitzky and Maria Janosskova or Kolcsovszka. -Stephanus Zahradnik (b. 18 April 1790 in Zehra; m. 29 November 1816 in Zehra), and Maria Sayna (b. 14 January 1792 in Hodkovce). -Paulus Schneider and Anna Drotzar. 3rd Great Grandparents: -Matej Zahradnik and Catharina Istockowa. -Jan Sajna and Anna Racsar. Any information on the above listed would be helpful.
email: David and Dana Dwyer - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: SITNER, WUKOVICH, VUKOVICH, PINC,
SITNERA, JANOUSEK, PINCE, PILAR
I am searching for Sitner relatives in the United States or Europe. I was born in St. Louis, Missouri on July 4, 1935. My grandfather, Rudolf Sitner, came from Europe (to St. Louis) in 1910 and married Margaret Wukovich (Vukovic) from Austria, Hungary the same year. They had three children, Rudolph, Anna & Margaret, and remained in St. Louis the rest of their lives. Rudolf was born in the village of Nadejkov, district of Sedlec, Bohemia in 1889. His parents were Frantisek "Frank" Sitner and Katerina Pinc. His fraternal grandparents were Vaclava Sitnera and Marie Janousek and on his mothers side were Jana Pince and Marie Pilar. I am looking for information on any of these families.
email: Mel Sitner - email@example.com - Posted 22 December 1996
My sister informs me that my grandfather's name Tazik could be a derivation of slang meaning Jew or Jewish one. Can someone who can answer the question?
email: Stan Budz - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 22 December 1996
Researching: KIPKA, KYPKA, PODBILLIANCIK
Family came from Slovakia in the 20's (John P. Kipta / Kypta) emigrated to East Chicago, Indiana. Family was from Bielho Potok, SK, Grandfather John P. Kipta, Grandmother Cecile Podbilliancik (spelling incorrect): Family emigrated through Canada I believe. Any information appreciated, thanks.
email: J. A. Kipta M.A. - email@example.com - Posted 22 December 1996
I'm just starting at this, but if anyone has any information on the Gimera family, I am interested. Thank you.
email: Mike Gimera - MGimera@aol.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: RONEWICZ, STOKOSA, PALIWODA, JANIS,
Searching for: Ronewicz, Stokosa, Paliwoda, Janis, Horak, and Hudy. If anyone has any information on any of these names, please e-mail me. I have very little information on any of these. All information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.
email: Jenni Hudy - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: FECEK, HARCHARIK
I am research the lasts names Fecek and Harcharik.
email: - JFECEK@spa.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: SISOLAK, YURAVATNY
My grandparents came from Zavod. My grandfather's name was Florian Sisolak and my grandmother's maiden name was spelled Yuravatny. I don't have access to the family records as I write this, but I will update as info becomes available. Will also check with my father regarding relatives who also settled in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania with my grandparents. They emigrated to the United States around 1910.
email: William A. Sisolak Jr. - email@example.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: KAMENICKY, STONE
I am looking for information about my grandfather and his family. Jan Kamenicky (Stone) he arrived in about 1873 to Lansford, Pennsylvania. He came from the village of Brekoc.
email: Mike Stone - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: KORACH, MESSINGER, MAREK
The Korach family patriarch lived in Klukna, and most all his 13 children were born in Siroka. I would like to share information on this family with anyone else connected. The Messingers lived in Abrahamsdorf, Kezmarok, Matzau and Hunsdorf. Wolf Marek and wife Shewa lived and died in Hunsdorf. Of their 3 sons, there were only 2 Marek sons in the next generation, around Locse (Levoca).
email: - email@example.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: PITTNER, GROSZMAN, BURGER, ORNTH, GRETSCH
Looking for information & correspondant to explore following villages & families in the German speaking population during subject period: Places: Kremnica or Kremnitz, Piargy, Johannesberg, and Hom (?) from the period 1790 to 1900; Surnames: Pittner, Groszman, Burger, Ornth, Gretsch.
email: - JMize54901@aol.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: SVAST, SVASTA
Looking for relatives living in Slovakia. My father was born in Posa in 1920 or 1921. Father's first name is Michael, Grandfather name is John. Relatives may now be living near Kosice. Possible first names are Elizabeth, John, Mary. Surname may have been spelled Svast or Svasta.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: TIRPAK, CHRASTINA, LOBO
Grandmother was Rose Tirpak, Grandfather Frank Chrastina, friends or relatives named Lobo, May have come from a town called Patrick? in Slovakia, or Hungary.
email: Louis Coscia - email@example.com - Posted 20 December 1996
Researching: BENA, NAMESPETRA, INAS
Searching for information on relatives Bena, Namespetra, and Inas living in Pusovce, Kapusany, and Presov.
email: Joanne Namespetra - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 19 December 1996
Researching: WOHLAND, SVEKOVA
My Grandfather's family, Wohland, is originally from Handlova. I was wondering if any one had any information.
email: - Eyebaal@aol.com - Posted 18 December 1996
Researching: BELZESKI, BELZECKY
The only thing I know is that my great-grandmother was Slovak, and her name was Mary Belzeski (it had been Belzecky but they changed the spelling for some reason). I do not know her maiden name. Can you help me find out anything about my family? I do not have contact with my parents, so I have no sources of information. Please tell me how one begins doing such a search.
email: Jennifer DeRosa - JLDEROSA@ucs.indiana.edu - Posted 18 December 1996
Looking for infromation on the Zgodova family from the village of Popra.
email: Ronald H. Nagel - email@example.com - Posted 18 December 1996
Searching for Radvansky's that immigrated during the early 1900's from Slovakia to Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 18 December 1996
Researching: SLENCSAK, FEDOCK, UHRIN, MNICH, MINNICK
I am searching for information about the Slencsak and Fedock families who were from Plavec Austria Hungary (now Slovakia) and also the Uhrin and Mnich (Americanized Minnick) families who were from Slovinky, Slovakia. Any information would be appreciated.
email: Joe Slencsak - Soeaster@aol.com - Posted 18 December 1996
Looking for information on Elizabeth Pall (Shimko, Mizisin), born near Bratislava, Slovakia, daughter of Andrew Pall on June 13, 1896.
email: Stephanie Saari - email@example.com - Posted 18 December 1996
Researching: NISPAN, NICPON, NICPONSKI, NICPONSKY,
NIEPON, NIEPONSKI, NIEPONSKY, NISPON, NISPONSKI, NIPONSKY, EGGED
I am researching Nispan, Nicpon, Nicponski, Nicponsky, Niepon, Nieponski, Nieponsky, Nispon, Nisponski, Nisponsky and other variations and Egged. I am searching my ancestors and your descendants or relatives. Grandfather of my grandfather (first name Adalbertus, Adalbert, Albert) was born (*1830 or 1831) in the Austro-Hungary Monarchy in the Polish town "Stary Sacz" in Galicia. He left in village "Nizna Mysla" near Kosice and later relocated in the East Slovak town Kosice. He has in registry from 1850 to 1898 very, very many surname variations! Her wife named Johanna Elisabetha Egged (*1836 in Nizna Mysla - +1880 in Kosice). Their childern: Aloisius Albert, Albert Johan (John), Augustina, Anna Berta, Gustav, Alexander Andrew, Maria Viktoria, Aloisia, Ferencz Vincent, Margita, Julius Leopold, Karolina Maria. One left for the United States or Canada. I am searching their descendants or relatives. Contact me, please. My name is Igor Nisponsky, from Kosice.
email: Igor Nisponsky - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 18 December 1996
Researching: SCHERHAUFER, NOVAK, KOPAL, PROSEK,
SNIETKA, SMITHKA, RONAK, ROCHNIAK
Looking for information on the following families. William Scherhaufer b.Bratislava, Slovakia, 24 July 1905; Wilhelm Scherhaufer b. Seden., Slovakia 28 May 1877; Theresia Kopal b. Slovakia 8 October 1888; Andreas Scherhaufer b. Seden., Slovakia circa 1850; Theresia Novak b. Nadas., Slovakia circa 1850. Need help, I cannot locate Seden. or Nadas. (Slovak or German?) Would appreciate hearing from anyone that might be familiar with the places or surnames. Hoping to get addresses of Scherhaufer's now living in Slovakia.
email: Don Scherhaufer - email@example.com - Posted 18 December 1996
Researching: HOVENAC, PETRENCHIK
I believe the surname Petrenchik is from Povazska-Bystrica. I know that a Hovenac married a Petrenchik.
email: - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 17 December 1996
Interested in obtaining all information on Andrew Yanchek born in 1880 and his wife Mary Drob born in 1888 in the Orava region of Slovakia. They emigrated to the United States in the early 1900's. No other information is available at this time. Thank you.
email: Thomas Enright - email@example.com - Posted 17 December 1996
Researching: MISCOVICH, MAJKOWICZ
Doing research of family Michael Miscovich (American spelling)& Miholaj Majkowicz(name on immigration paper of l9l0.The information we have they immigrated from Stelbach,Austria-Hungary (town now Tichy Potok). If you can give us any assistance on this family and the town and area please contact us.
email: Sean D. Williams - firstname.lastname@example.org - Posted 16 December 1996
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