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Re: Friedman's From Austria / Hungary early 1900's
Posted by: John Friedman (ID *****7747) Date: August 14, 2005 at 20:56:24
In Reply to: Re: Friedman's From Austria / Hungary early 1900's by robert zecker of 430

Hello, Bob

Thank you for posting and thank Mr Kupan for passing on my query to you. I have checked the Roman Catholic records from Pusztavam from the LDS. My grandfather and grandmother did indeed come to the U.S. from Pusztavam. Grandmother settled in Passaic, New Jersey, and grandfather in New York. They must have known each other before coming to the U.S., but married after emmigrated from Hungary. They were married in N.Y. city. I was able to find the marriage certificate.

Grandfather was Thomas(Tamas) Friedman. His parents were Joseph Friedman and Anna Muller. Joseph's parents were Lipot Friedman and Katalin Billick. Lipot's parents were Marton Friedman and Magdalena Noll. Marton's parents were Simon Friedman and Anna Maria Baronik. Simon's parents were Jakob Friedman and Eva unknown. Jakob was born about 1729 and died in 1775. Eva's birth and death I have not yet discovered. They were married in 1775.

The only Johanns (or Janos) and Maria Anna (or Maria) that I have been able to connect to in the 18th century both died shortly after birth. However, there was a second line of Friedmans in Pusztavam at the time the Church started recording vital statistics. I believe Jakob was a brother to the patriarch of this second line, but have no proof.

If you wish to share more info, please email me at

Thank you again for contacting me.

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