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Re: Village named Bardocz
Posted by: Zlatica Beca Date: December 25, 2001 at 21:16:28
In Reply to: Village named Bardocz by Richard W. Just of 4366

Most likely you have located the village of BARDOCZ
on the old 1910 Hungarian megye map in the Udvarh.jpg - Udvarhely county by the river BAROT.
The mapquest is not giving a great map for you to see where the Bradut/Bardocz is now.
Even the www3.calle is not giving the location but it does
give a towns in the area of Bradut.
I would say that after the fall of Austria-Hungary empire
the names of the counties were changed just like the names
of the towns. Different regime different set up.


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