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Re: as long as you know the name of a village
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: February 06, 2004 at 13:51:26
In Reply to: Re: as long as you know the name of a village by Jessica Collins of 4366

Jessica

I do not know anything about Magyar / Hungarian grammar so can not give you an answer. I do know, that most of the ancsestors changed their surname. Are you getting this spelling from an American paperwork or ??
If you do locate a name of a village and order the church films you might encounter the ancestral names being spelled maybe three different ways.

The Slovak alphabet does not changes. An O is O and not an A. In Magyar: Csillag, in Slovak : C'illag but same pronounciation. At this time I would not worry about the name but locate a name of a village.


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