Up to 1918 the records would say Hungary.
The KO ending suggest Greek Catholic.
MIHAL is Michal in Slovak and Mihaly in Hungarian and thus the KO ending can also be a term of endearment.
This surname does show up on Slovak Republic's phone book. www.zoznamst.sk type a 0 (zero) in area code to get all the listings for a particular surname.
A site with ALL for research in SK:
www.helenezx.homestead.com Slovak Pride to look in
You need to know a precise place of birth in order to proceed with the research. Take a look in Ellis Island website. www.ellisislandrecords.org Of course, Robert is not a Slavic first name that was used in those old days.
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