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Czechoslovakian Genealogy


Czechoslovakian Genealogy

Group devoted to those doing research into ancestors of Czechoslovakian background. Keywords: Czech, Slovak, Slovakian, Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Austria-Hungary

Members: 78
Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2019

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Znorovy (Vnorovy) and surrounding towns, Czech Republic 10 Replies

Started by Catherine. Last reply by Catherine May 18, 2018.

Ockov and Krakovany in Nitra, Slovakia 5 Replies

Started by Catherine. Last reply by Catherine Oct 12, 2011.

Location on Catholic Church Records 7 Replies

Started by Catherine. Last reply by Catherine Oct 12, 2011.

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Comment by Mary Gaborko on July 16, 2010 at 5:35pm
My grandfather, Michael Kuzel was born in Sonobor, Yugoslovia and as I mentioned in the last post, Agnes Kuzel was born in Kostanjevac, Yugoslavia. does anyone know anything about those locations?
Comment by Mary Gaborko on July 16, 2010 at 5:32pm
I just found a great deal of specific information on my grandparents from my grandmother's naturalization papers. she was born in Kostanjevac, Yugoslavia on Jan. 20, 1887 and he was born in
Comment by Mary Gaborko on July 10, 2010 at 4:50pm
The Kuzels are Croatian and of the 12 children born to Agnes and Michael, 3 are left and only 1 is able to recall facts and dates, etc.
Recently, I found that there is a large Croatian population in San Pedro, CA, about an hour and a half from where I live. There is even a Croatian Cultural Center that I am going to check out.
This genealogy has become an addiction for me-I love it
Comment by Mary Gaborko on July 10, 2010 at 4:44pm
I found this site today and hope that it can help me in my research. I am looking for info.on a Croatian family. The surname is Kuzel. According to the census records I have located, between 1920 and 1930, the name changed. In 1920, Michael and Agnes Kusie lived in Unity, PA with children with the same names and birthdates as my aunts and uncles. They moved to Ohio (Trumbull County) and the surname was Kuzel. According to the census records, they were born in "Yugoslovakia" and are Croat
Comment by Marianne Szabo on July 10, 2010 at 3:04pm
Alison - depending in the time period, it is very likely your Slovak records are in either Hungarian, Latin, or a combination of the two. The FHL website has a good genealogical Hungarian dictionary
Comment by John J. Tierney on July 10, 2010 at 1:06pm can do some fair translation.
Comment by Alison Zak on July 10, 2010 at 1:01pm
I found some church records with my ancestors in them however I cannot read the language! Does anyone know of anywhere I could find translations of basic genealogical vocab from English to Slovak/Russian/Rusyn/Ukrainian?
Comment by Tom Vajdik on June 17, 2010 at 9:20pm
This is a reply to Nancy Cole-- See below. I think we may be related. My grandfather was Cyril, who immigrated to Canada, Ontario (not Niagara Falls). I know that he had a brother John and a sister Josie who migrated to NYC. My Gr. Aunt Josie married a ... Zimic, and my Gr. Unc. John never married. Will contact you later.
Comment by Alison Zak on June 4, 2010 at 8:01pm
Researching ZAK and SOLTIS from north eastern Slovakia. Town: Vysny Mirosov...
Comment by Brad Patrick on March 30, 2010 at 2:13pm
Looking for HUJDIC in Krasnovce, Slovakia, before 1910.

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