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They were from the village of Wala, district of Kowelski. Their witnesses were Ignarij Powar from Tajkut, Timofej Koren from Wola, Kliment Martyniuk and Teodor Urdik from Srolim. 1/23/2009 10:3 PM Your thoughtful, comprehensive website came up as I was looking for information about eco-travel in easternmost Slovakia.Their marriage records were from Niezuchajze-Zarzeckiej parish. Just can't seem to locate the villages or any relatives. If I reach the region during future summer travel, I will be prepared with a deeper understanding of the local heritage and landscape thanks to your website. 1/9/2009 8:8 AM Thanks for this astonishing collection of information!I'll be using it to track my maternal grandparents, born in Doln Kočkovce and Praha. 1/4/2009 PM After the recent passing of my father, who followed his wife after 3 years, I have sat down on this rainy day to reflect on what I know about them and our family. 11/30/2008 PM My paternal grandfather was Francis Micka (Frank).You are a BLESSING to those of us who have been searching for a way to turn back the pages of time without travelling to our ancestral homelands. 1/8/2009 AM Too overcome by emotion at this time, but eternally grateful for this site which has connected me to the village of my mother, Kateryna Tytanych Zubal, who passed away in April 2004. Although I know much, I intend to use the resources of this MAGNIFICIENT website for further illumination. I believe he was born in Austria around the 1880's and came to US and settled in a little town outside of Pittsburgh called Monessen. Thankyou Mary Johnson mary e johnson long branch, nj USA - Sun.3/24/2008 PM My mother was born in Ungvar, Hungry 1918. He was the oly other sibling to move to the States. they eaven have baywac' born by ostrava and now live in Canada in Waterloo city. I have found the Church online, I believe, and the person/phone number/address of the responsible person. Joseph Yezowicz (born 1902) and Anna Yezowicz (nee Bielese)(born 1909) eventually settled in Canada as did my Father Anton Lipovsky (born 1917). My Father's Mother was Suzanah Lipovsky (nee Yezowicz) (born abt 1892). 11/2/2007 PM Im looking for some relatives in Canada (Toronto).Two of her brothers Nandor and Janos both changed their sir name to ZACHARIAS. 3/17/2008 PM I have found my paternal grandfather in Osturna which is to the west of the area you cover. My Father his Mother and two Sisters left Jablonkov in 1937. My forefather Imrich Istvan Homa has moved there from Senviz, Slovakia, now Krasna Luka, for work around the 1920s. We have information that he died there maybe around 1969 there.I would welcome any contact from BEDNARS, SULEKS, PILATS and BUCKOS from Belusa, Slovakia. Sorry I missed your recent Dukla Pass talk...a fractured kneecap has way of curbing my interests lately ! 8/29/2008 PM Thank you for allowing to see where my family came from. 8/7/2008 PM Searching for information on Paul Gyurik, Julianna Vorhanich (Vorhanics) and Peter Mikovich (Mikovics)names. Hungarian towns/villages associated with the name: Miskolc, Debrecen, Hejce, Mad, Nyregyhza, Trkblint, and Goncruszka. Does anyone know if Andrejkovics is a Croatian or Ukrainian name? Barbara Andrejkovics Callahan Renton, WA USA - Tues. What a bonanza - to know more of our family village of Valaskovce. They had even built a small wooden church in 1918 that is still standing in Bramble , MN.

It can be challenging for Spring Hill singles looking for a more meaningful relationships that last. We use a scientific matching system that leverages 29 DIMENSIONS® based on features of compatibility found in thousands of successful relationships – Spring Hill dating has never been more real.4/2/2008 AM Looking for Balko relative(s) from Europe. 4/1/2008 AM Information on brothers Petro Pete)and Yocum (Jack)Barna from Polany, Galicia, Ukraine/Austria/Poland/Russia can be found at have recently found two more brothers in the USA (Pennsylvania). The information on your website may help me in my research.Not sure when grandfather (Czechoslovakia)came to US. Married a gal from that country named Anna (father was a diplomat of her town and was forbidden to marry my Grandfather - they eloped and came to US). Had 9 children in US (John, Maria, Malvine, Phyllis, Paul I recall off mind). I am looking for any descendents of the Barna family of Polany, Galica. Their mother and a sister stayed on the family farm in Polany.Jeanne Gyurik Allen Jeanne Gyurik Allen Flanders, NJ USA - Sun. I desperately need to contact the administration of Nova Sedlica. His name was Andras Csurlik and was born around November 29, 1879 in Hanusovce nad Toplou. if you haven't received my email, and i sent it to one you no longer use my email address is; [email protected] cholock st. 5/5/2008 PM This site and Juraj Cisarik's site are terrific. Anyone needed research done in Slovakia or wanting to visit there should contact Juraj ( I have heard from my many clients that you gave them very good reference about my tour-guiding and archive searching services in Slovakia, best regards, Juraj Cisarik Kosice, Slovakia searching in the state archives and finding your family tree 1780-1900. My great grandmother Eva married a Andrew Kochen who was from the area but do not know what village. Sorry to hear that Smolnik does not exist anymore , but loved to see the pictures of the area.I have gone thru the Evangelical church records from LDS but he was not listed. (During one day of my research for you I guarantee to find minimum 10-15 new persons in your family tree.) - tourist guiding with my car, when you will come to Slovakia - my personal visit of your village and asking people there about their family trees and taking pictures of the village, churches, graves in cemeteries. 5/2/2008 3:0 AM Bill - Always a pleasure to come back to your site. 4/26/2008 10:1 PM I will glad to hear something about MENDELOVIC family from KLENOVA (near snina). If possible I would like to have any pictures of the village of Smolnik as it was before.

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