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Re: Transylvania/Austria/Hungary during 1867-1918
Posted by: Janos Kocs (ID *****7007) Date: June 13, 2005 at 11:43:23
In Reply to: Re: Transylvania/Austria/Hungary during 1867-1918 by Jim Fabian of 4365

Dear Jim,
Zlatica located well Kopecz and Barot. The correct spelling for the third place is SZARAZAJTA. They are placed in old Haromszek County, and at this times belong to Romania.
The "official" Romanian names are: CAPENI, BARAOLT and AITA-SEACA. The county is named COVASNA.
The interested vital records of all the churches of this places are kept in the Archive of the countytown, named SEPSISZENTGYORGY (Sfintu Gheorghe in Romanian).
Janos - from Transylvania


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