Does it not make sense that since the child was born in Nova Bystrica, Trencin region that both parents were from the same village or same area? The parents must have married in Nova Bystrica.
Any luck locating Martin's draft registration for WWl and WW11? Not a long wait till next year but you could also look into an Alien Registration Form for him.
You really don't think that us Slovaks would name a child Evor when Eva is the spelling we use. The priest must have written A in Eva with a leg/line, sloppy.
Pokrifka, Andras Uj. Besztercze 44 1855 1899
Pokrifka, Istvan Cirsztercze, Hungary 29 1878 1907
Pokrifka, Josef Cirsztercze, Hungary 16 1891 1907
Pokrivka, Gyorgy Ujbesztercze, Hungary 27 1879 1906
Pokrivka, Imaj Nova Bistrice, C.-SL. 11 1910 1921
Pokrivka, Istvan Nj. Besztercze 31 1874 1905
Pokrivka, Jan Besztercze 23 1882 1905
Pokrivka, Jozef Ujbeszterdsen 36 1867 1903
Pokrivka, Karolina Nova Bistrice, C.-SL. 12 1909 1921
Pokrivka, Zofia Nova Bistrice, C.-SL. 35 1886 1921
I would recommend going thru Nova Bystrica's church records, if you have not already to find the ancestors's baptismal record and marriage record to confirm what you know.
Maybe there were several families named POKRIVKA so an Alias was used, in this case ZEMJANCIN.
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