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Re: Delic in Herzegovina
Posted by: Robert Jerin (ID *****9128) Date: October 26, 2003 at 15:21:05
In Reply to: Delic in Herzegovina by Rebekah of 705


Interesting there are 2 arrival records for Gavrilo DELIC found in Ellis Is records one is from Bilec but both are going to Claybourne Ave in Chicago to a Gjoko DELIC.

Also John would most likely be Jovan or Jovo if they were Orthodox, which I suspect they were. Catholic John would be Ivan, Ivica or Ivo.

Simijova is 59.0 miles S of Sarajevo

Here is a link to the addresses for the Archives of Bosnia-Hercegovina.

However Bileca is in the so-called "Serbian Republic" so I don't know what you will get from the archives.

Here is a link to "Srpska Republika"

Interesting name Eliki! It is an ancient submerged city

And the surname LOKABR I have no clue such a name shows up nowhere! Where are you finding this name?

The surname DELIC' (delich) may come from the word delo meaning feat or strength. The IC ending with a diacritical mark / over the C sounds like CH and is a diminutive meaning little one, typically accepted as meaning son of.

Robert Jerin
Croatian Heritage Museum
Cleveland Ohio

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