No I don't that's what i'm trying to find out on thier marriage certificate it says they were both born in Austria. On the 1920 Pa. census it says Slavakland. I was always told by my mother that they met on the ship and one was from Czechoslavakia and the other from Lithuania. I think my gr grandmother was from Czechoslavakia.My moms cousin was over there 2 years ago and found alot of Madars living in Hungary-Budepest.he was born in 1876 and he became a citizen in 1892 and my gr. grandmother Annie Urbancik(Urbanscik) became one in 1895 I guess you had to be a certain age?? Sorry I don't know too much more.The Parents names were Andrew Madar and Elisabeth(Danko)Madar and Annies parents were Andrew Urbancik(Urbanscik) it seems to be spelled two different ways on the marriage certificate.And Mary(Yanusak) I don't know if those two sets of parents stayed in NYC after my Gr.Grandfather and Annie and thier son (my grandfather) left NYC for Luzerne Co. Pa. they had 8 more children in Pa.My Gr. uncle Frank Madar ended up back in NYC were he died 03-1993.They say Andrew Jr. had more siblngs but no one knows thier names.Annie's(1882) siblings were Katie (1884) George, John and Andrew. that's all I know.
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