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Re: Records for Docuzol / Cuza Voda
Posted by: Robert T. (ID *****5817) Date: January 15, 2011 at 06:26:06
In Reply to: Records for Docozul by Eric Kay of 4366

Eric, this is just so that all your information is accurate:

You've included misspellings, and you of course won't get anywhere in your research if the place names are spelled incorrectly:

The town's original name was DOCUZOL (which you did spell correctly in the body of your query, but not in your subject line), and its current name is correctly spelled CUZA VODA.

It is one and the same town. At some point, its name was changed from Docuzol to Cuza Voda, in honor of Alexander John Cuza / Alexandru Ioan Cuza (1820-1873).

Here's a link that might be of some use to you:

http://www.romaniatourism.com/genealogy-searches.html


Robert



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