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Katherine Szasz parents Paul and Maria(Mary) know she came left family behind any info please email me mel cleveland, ohio USA - Wed.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.It was later confiscated and became part of a National Park. I am curious about the Roman Catholic church that you had an image of in Ubrez.Here in the United States she married Jzsef Szab, who was also from eastern Slovakia. John E Pipta Jr Newry , PAThe story was very interesting USA - Fri. 9/23/2007 2:1 PM I have great grandparents who immigrated from Hungary roughly between 18. O-Post Evenouow Village-Wierevana Penuhne I have looked everywhere for information,and can not find a thing. Her father was David her mother was Zissel nee Reichbach.

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Any information about ancestors or relatives will be most appreciated Eva Rezek Buenos Aires, Argentina - Sat. Michael Sura from Kosice done my Genealogy research for me and I am well pleased with his work. George Sirko (Surname originally Szirka, Sirka) George CA USA - Mon. 7/23/2007 PM My great grandfather was born in Hanusovce Nad Toplou in 1863. I was just hoping that I could here from someone about helping me locate my slovak roots. 7/23/2007 AM Greg Lucotch Lewistown, MT USA - Mon. Does anyone out there have information that will tie to this family?

1/14/2009 Dear Mary, RUNINA village is on my website: is a list of surnames of still living people and there is also a surname MIKA that it belongs to your family tree. archive searching in the state archives of Slovakia and being a tourist guide hired by days in Slovakia. 1/25/2009 5:1 AM I have been researching my family tree and I saw on your site that you include surrounding cities.

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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.

Nandor was a lawyer and received numerous awards for the work he did during the war and for the undergroung movement. My grandmother, Julia Palko, was born in Szurte which is south of Ungvar so she is also out of the area you cover. Can u somebody help me to find if he has some family there? 10/15/2007 AM To Carol Sue Strenocski - I have read discussion below, Carol Sue was looking for some relatives in Senviz, now Krasna Luka. Maybe i can help her to contact her with some relatives here in Slovakia.I have been researching my maternal grandmothers origins for twenty years. Her marriage certificate said she was from Austria, my mothers birth certificate said her mother was from Czechoslovakia, and my grandmothers death certificate said that she was from Hungary! We finally discovered that she was from Slovakia, and have visited her home town four times. We have found family members who have received us with great hospitality. Also searching for the creator of ANDREW MIHALY & CATHERINE GLOVYNA genealogy to provide missing information.