|Posted By:||Zlatica Beca|
|Subject:||Re: SOCACIU Janos (John Sockaci)|
|Post Date:||July 20, 2009 at 06:58:28|
|Forum:||Romania Genealogy Forum|
You most likely looked at these
Socaciu, Andrai Kis..., Hungary 8 1905 1913
Socaciu, Constantin Mundra, Hungary 27 1883 1910
Socaciu, George Mundra, Hungary 25 1885 1910
Socaciu, Savata Kis..., Hungary 47 1866 1913 that arrived to America thru EI www.ellisislandrecords.org It is possible that one of them could be related to your ancestor. Do keep in mind that our first ancestors went to a place in the new land where someone from the family was already established.
Contanstin SOCACIU was going to brother Ivan/Iuou SOCACIU
You might also want to look at :
Socacin, David Mundra 17 1889 1906
Socacin, Fany Tasnadsranto, Roumania 42 1880 1922
Socacin, Jon Tasnadsranto, Roumania 46 1876 1922
Socacin, Jon Tasnadsranto, Roumania 17 1905 1922
Socacini, Fany Tasnadsanto, Roumania 42 1880 1922
Socacini, Jon , Roumania 46 1876 1922
Socacini, Jon Tasnadsanto, Roumania 17 1905 1922
I want to say that the above surname is SOCACIU and not the way it appears on the manifest.
No one arrived thru EI from Svard or Sward so obviously the village's name is misspelled. Your ancestor's naturalization intent and petition will have his place of birth.
Mundra, Fogaras megye, Hungary now Romania
Tasnádszántó, Szilágy megye, Hungary now Romania The above village can be found on Fogaras and Szilagy county map at: