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Re: Marcin (Martin) Chmielowicz, US in 1905
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: February 13, 2011 at 14:15:58
In Reply to: Marcin (Martin) Cmielowicz, US in 1905 by Kathleen Anthony of 4208

Kathleen

Most of the CHMIELOWICZs arriving NY EI are from Austria aka historical region Galicia - Ruthenian - Byzantine Catholic. Is that what your ancestor was?
Chmielowicz, Marcin 30 1875 1905 [wrong manifest comes up] No Bogoslaw but Boguslaw in Poland but none of them in historical region Galicia.

Martin in Slovak; Marton in Hungarian.

If your greatgrandmother was from Nova Bystrica, Slovakia
[1773 Uj-Besztercze, Bistričky, 1786 Uj-Besztercze, 1808 Új-Besztercze, Nowá Bystřice, 1863 Újbisztric, 1873–1913 Újbeszterce, 1920– Nová Bystrica] all the names this village was known] should not your great grandmother be from the same village, same area of present Slovak Republic since they married in old country? Common language and common tradition put our ancestors together.

CHMURC^IAK was in Nova Bystrica in 1995. Could that be the surname of your ancestor?
Chmurcsjak, Amalia Ujbcsgtesze, Hungary 4 1905 1909
Chmurcsjak, Eva Ujbcsgtesze, Hungary 35 1874 1909
Your ancestor could have arrived other port than NY Ellis Island.


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