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Re: Balints of Nisza Misla, Slovakia
Posted by: Böszörményi Ádám Date: November 14, 2001 at 06:24:15
In Reply to: Re: Balints of Nisza Misla, Slovakia by Gussie of 142

If I understand you right, her name was "Fekete". That means in English "Black" and was a quite common family name in Hungary, referring to a group of hungarian tribes(as I know.
The place You are looking for can be e.g.
Balatonkeresztúr
Bodrogkeresztúr

It would be useful to know whether she was born on the flat region or between mountains. In celtral Hungary, in Transsylvania(today Romania) or on the Highland(Slovakia) or in the southern counties(Serbia or Croatia).
So the "B." can stand for various places. Please find out some more details. (Mails or back side of photos)

best regards



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