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Re: KLOSZ - BIHAR
Posted by: JosephLaszloKupan (ID *****8730) Date: January 20, 2005 at 10:24:47
In Reply to: Re: KLOSZ - BIHAR by Sally Fabro of 4366

Sally,
I looked the manifest, the Last Permanente Residence: Hungary/Boggoszlo(sic) is actually Bogyoszló, which was in Hungary, Bihar County, Margittai District 'til 1920. On these early 1900s County Maps of Hungary -two sets of each- you can find it as Bogyoszló on the earlier 1900 map (in the yellow block, across from the County list) NW from Margita, Margita District, marked with a big red 3: http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/vmlista.htm
On the later, 1910 map (the County list on the left), the name changed to Érbogyoszló, NW from Margitta, in the blue bordered Margitta District.

The Place of Birth: Kis Keloki(sic)/Hungary is a phonetical Kis-Kereki, Bihar County, Székelyhid District, marked with the big 5 in the middle, on the ealier 1900 County map, see notes above. It's actually quite close to Bogyoszló.
On the later, 1910 Bihar County map it's Kiskereki, easy to read on the map, NE from Székelyhid.

Vital records are not available for research outside of Romania, you have to hire local researcher. If you know the religion of your ancesters, I can look up the place names for you they listed under, as you may know different religions went to church in different places.

I hope it helps, and let me know if you have any question.
Joseph in Calif.


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