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Magyar Family
Posted by: Barbara Goldberg (ID *****5748) Date: November 08, 2002 at 16:40:39
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My maternal GM was a Magyar. She came to the US from Nyireghazy, Hungary around 1900 with her mother, father, and brother. She and her brother were the only ones to survive infancy in Hungary.Her family settled in Springdale, Pa, where her father had a grocery store. Two sisters were born in Springdale. All except my GM are buried in the St. Mark's Lutheran Church Cemetery (also known as the Old Miners' Cemetery) in Springdale.My GM moved to Detroit with her second husband and my mother and aunt. My GM had an uncle, George Magyar,who lived in or around Springdale, but in his later life moved back to Hungary. My GM is buried in Woodmere Cemetery in Detroit, Michigan. I would like to know if any other Magyars know anything about this part of my family. Please write at BeeGold422@aol.com if you would like to share information. Who knows, we may be related


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