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Re: Barath Family
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: March 31, 2014 at 07:19:31
In Reply to: Barath Family by Melissa of 19729

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West Virginia Marriages
Frank Barath married Helen Hagdu 1926 Logan, West Virginia
1940 Amherstdale, Triadelphia Magisterial District, Logan, West Virginia census
Household        Gender       Age       Birthplace
Head       Frank Barath       M       51        Hungary
Wife       Helen Barath       F       45        Hungary
Son       Steve Barath       M       19        West Virginia
Daughter Thelma Louise Barath F       17        West Virginia
The children above must have been from a 1st marriage for Frank?
Son       Bobbie Barath       M       12        West Virginia
Son       Davy Lee Barath       M       10        West Virginia
The Kokomo Tribune 3 February 1988-google search
Helen Barath Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Our
Lady of Mount Carmel ... She was a member St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church. Hungary, a daughter of Paul and Susan Haydu. In 1919 she married Frank Barath, who died in 1954. She was
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church Logan County, West Virginia
Often the best place to find where someone was from is to start with where they died. I suggest getting death certificates and obituaries. Both should have parents' names and obit may have exact birthplace and surviving siblings which can be a BIG help. If you know where they married then get their marriage record. If you know what cemetery these people are buried in their headstones should give birth and death dates. If you know what church they were members of or where they are buried check with each to see what may be in their records on them. You might try;; Family Finder at and local historical societies or libraries for more information. Newspapers are archived on microfilm in public libraries,_West_Virginia

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