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north Hungary? "SATORALJAUHELY" ,sorbs
Posted by: Gordon Valgardson (ID *****2161) Date: May 26, 2006 at 11:53:37
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I have been in conversation with "Imre" in Hungary.
He states that his great grand father came from an area in "now Slovakia" near the Tatras.
He said the surname was "Mudrak" [or a spelling that phonetically would sound like Mudrac?] as was the grandfather.
This was around 1888 the grandfather "Josef Mudrak" was about 1924? At that time,it was A/H empire, and this area was known as north Hungary??? father was Mikhal Mudrak? We were corresponding live on Skype.. I was talking with my mic and headphones, he could hear me, but he doesn't have a mic as yet. He had to type his messages and I would vocally answer. Imre said something about "SATORALJAUHELY" and something about the "sorbs territory" Can anyone help me out about this? Also Imre said that the family came from the "Vatanno Csemerje" area of now Slovakia. I tried to locate this area on one of my maps. I have 9 very detailed maps when put together form a collage of Slovakia. 1:100,000 scale. so they are very detailed. The closest site I found was "Vranov nad Topl'oo" on highway 18 east of "Propad" When I told Imre this he said that would be the Slovak name???In the local LDS FHC there are a number of microfilm FHL INTL 1739193,-4, ...5, of Greek Catholic and Roman Catholic microfilmed records. and files 1739455

line 72 I found 27 a Crsely 5 nov Michael +885.23 Joamics Mudrak Catherina Hause
line 99 20.20 novbry Andrias + 20/11/ 882 Michael Pisko + Catharina Pojdak

I went line by line up to 1873..and located names I recognized from an old labelled picture from Helcmanovce of a cooperative. familiar names as
1873 l55 25j Sephanns Szakak Michal
1873 l138 13 nov Anna Szlovinszky Jose
I don't know what the entries were for with no knowledge of latin or Hungarian or Slovak
The following surnames appear and they also appear in some genealogy I have of the family...
Tsmei Virostek, Maria Sslovinszky, Joannes Hudak Michal Slovinsky, Maria and Michael Ferencz in 1861
in 1862 GGeorgina Pojdak appears on line 21 16 april and line 26 1 May and line 29 29 june Josephine Pavek.
1863 Anna Kosko, Elizabeth Ferencz, Michal Kosko
Anno 1864 22 jan Joannes Hudak.
Can someone with more knowledge than me tell me the meanings of these entries? Or can someone redirect me to look elsewhere??

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