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Due to an unfortunate error, this file was lost on August 21, 2000. The most recent backup copy I could find dates from April 5, 2000. I am sorry for any inconveniencies.


Researching family WEING/VEING. Specifically Fulop Veing of Belecska or Gadacs, father of Janos Veing born 18 September 1872.
Robert H Weink <bobo1@charter.net>
Green Lake, Wisconsin, U.S. - Monday, July 30, 2001 at 18:11:41 (EDT)
I am looking for any distant relatives or someone who knew Julius (Gyula) Weber from Vonock, Hungary. He came to USA for good around 1923 at age 19. His parents were Gyula and Ida Weber and they had to other children Zoltan and Ida. Zoltan eventually came to the USA in the 1950's.
Douglas Weber <genurko@aol.com>
Parlin, USA - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 19:23:04 (EDT)
I am looking for info on my father inlaw kurt seidler born 01/12/1928 in germany he came to canada around 1948 to 1954 he was put in a orphanage when young his mothers name is elza seidler if anyone have info please let me know thank you
wanda seidler <www.wendywoo54.com>
salmon arm b.c. , canada - Friday, July 27, 2001 at 21:46:00 (EDT)
I am trying to find info on my gmother. Her name was Paraska Kaniuczok or Konuczok. She was born in Florinka county,Hrybiw,Ukraine.Parents were Father: Wasyl Mother was Moryjor Kormczak
alice shorter <aliceshorter@hotmail.com>
- Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 10:12:43 (EDT)
I am trying to find info on my gmother. Her name was Paraska Kaniuczok or Konuczok. She was born in Flornika ciunty,Hrybiw,Ukraine.Parents were Father: Wasyl Mother was Moryjor Kormczak
alice shorter <aliceshorter@hotmail.com>
- Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 10:11:32 (EDT)
Hi, I am trying to access files on the Name Erdos in your map of shopkeepers, etc and it always says "forbidden" am I doing somethinf incorrect? Also I cannot directly e-mail you. I get a message that says your e-mail is not connected. Cheers, Dianne
Dianne Merlone <dmer88@hotmail.com>
- Tuesday, July 24, 2001 at 22:03:41 (EDT)
Dear Janos, I've obtained much useful information from your website, and would now like to request some commisioned research regarding a marriage extract. Please contact me with regards to whether or not you are still undertaking this sort of work. Kind regards, Brian Szente
Brian Szente <soosszente@sprintmail.com>
Lansdale, PA, USA - Thursday, July 19, 2001 at 15:10:13 (EDT)
I know we have realatives in Hungary. I keep getting a Thomas Potyok who is a artist and lives there somewhere but cannot find a web address. He is on the website www.google.com as one of many artists showcased by some art company. I also know there is a Miklos Potyok that lives there and I have talked to once, but now his web address's no longer work. Could you help me. Steve and Barbera (Rub) Potyokcame to Canada in 1901?? and landed on the eastern shore. We are a big family spread out all over Canada and the states, but nobody can get anything farther back than Steve and Barbera. If this is going to cost me money please disregard as I have no money. Thankyou for your time
Liz Potyok <epotyok@hotmail.com>
Creston BC, Canada - Thursday, July 19, 2001 at 00:17:24 (EDT)
I really appreciate all the hard work you have put into Radix. It contains a lot of great information. I am trying to find out where the town of Nagy Rottesso is located. Was in Hungary in 1886. Can not find it on any current maps, or on old ones I have seen. Also, the surname is Jandacka, which I am having a lot of difficulty locating any other family. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you again for your hard work on this site.
Beth Coleman Gingerich <ginger@atlantic.net>
Homosassa, FL, USA - Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at 19:34:08 (EDT)
looking for family Koncsek lived in Pankota came to united states in1907 with mother Zusa any HELP please.
Barbara kuhn <bkuhn93511@aol.com>
Marysville, United States of America - Tuesday, July 10, 2001 at 14:07:03 (EDT)
Would like to contact someone in Hungary to help research on family back ground. God Bless Bob Kovaly Phx, Az. Please, if you will, direct to magyar93@cs.com
Robert Kovaly <Magyar93@cs.com>
Phoenix,Az, U.S.A. - Monday, July 09, 2001 at 04:20:02 (EDT)
I have family named Sorg. any suggestions how to find information?
Dianna Wooley <jobeca@richnet.net>
Mansfield, Ohio, USA - Sunday, July 08, 2001 at 21:47:56 (EDT)
Your site is an excellent source for finding family names and places. Thank you for all the work you have done.
Kathleen Gabriel <kategabe@hotmail.com>
toronto, canada - Thursday, July 05, 2001 at 18:05:27 (EDT)
Is there a site where I can find phone listings from Romania?
Robert Zsunkan <zunker@optonline.net>
Wilton, CT, USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 13:52:23 (EDT)
Is there a site where I can find phone listings from Romania?
Robert Zsunkan <zunker@optonline.net>
Wilton, CT, USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 13:52:15 (EDT)
Looking for others with the surname Zsunkan or Juncan.
Robert Zsunkan <zunker@optonline.net>
Wilton, CT, USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 13:50:01 (EDT)
Looking for Janoscsik, Andre and Maria Mihalko Janoscsik who had a winery and grape vines at Satoraljaujhely 1900 to 1945 Although they were Catholic, they had to flee and leave everything for Hitler. We lost track of them.
Dorothy Janoscsik Mihalko Austin <dot3241@yahoo.com>
San Jose , CA, USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 01:27:06 (EDT)
Looking for Janoscsik, Andre and Maria Mihalko Janoscsik who had a winery and grape vines at Satoraljaujhely 1900 to 1945 Although they were Catholic, they had to flee and leave everything for Hitler. We lost track of them.
Dorothy Janoscsik Mihalko Austin <dot3241@yahoo.com>
San Jose , CA, USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 01:25:32 (EDT)
LOOKIING FOR GRANDPARENTS JOSEPH JORDAN AND WIFE MAIDEN NAME CLARE PETERS. JOSEPH BORN IN HUNGARY.
JACQUELINE BERGHORN <JACQUELINE@FCGNETWORKS.NET>
- Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 22:07:48 (EDT)
ive signed up with cs for 3 yrs,it is the best=my problem is msn/compaq keeps knockingme off and keeps opening 2 many windows etc,very anoying,how do i get rid of this???????HELP
janice walters <jani@cs.com>
new windsor,ny 12553, orange - Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 13:00:18 (EDT)
ive just started tracing my family roots,and i guess there might be a suprise.i originally thought my great- grandfather,Mike Aman,originally came from Banat,Austria.but by contacting the austrian information service in wash.d.c.ive found out that Banat was in Hungary,which brought to this wonderfull site.cant wait to get started.thank you
Douglas Aman <dougdeb@prodigy.net>
Grafton,Wisconsin, USA - Thursday, June 28, 2001 at 02:49:51 (EDT)
I am looking for information on my family. They lived in Pankota,Hungary. There last name was Hauptmann. Albert& Rosalie-children Anna,Marie,Barbala,Geneive, Albert Jr. They arrived in the United States on May 14, 1902. Thanks
Cheryl <wahoot77@aol.com>
- Wednesday, June 27, 2001 at 19:33:06 (EDT)
Loved your site.
Cheryl <wahoot77@aol.com>
- Wednesday, June 27, 2001 at 19:29:49 (EDT)
I am searching for Andre Janoscsik married to Maria Mihalko living in Satoraljaujhely 1900-1944. when they escaped and left their grape lands and winery for Hitler. They were Catholic. They had 3 children Julius (Gyula?), Joseph, and Maria the daughter. I know the many descendants of Julius. I am his daughter. Joseph had no children, lived in Lexington-Concord, MA USA. Maria has a few descendants in Northern Massachusetts , USA. I am interested in learning as much about Andre and Maria, my grandparents as possible and any leads to where they were from and their parents? My father was very highly trained in Math, Physics, and Astronomy and lived very close with a monastery which influenced his quiet studious life. He had also had Latin and was a violinist. This all could point to training at the University at Sarospatak. He also rang the church bells and spoke of an Orthodox Church. Those are my only clues except that he always dressed better than other people, the polished gentleman and had beautiful European mannerisms and table manners. He mentioned the government of Zemplen County. He was always friends of judges and rich people who readily accepted him in their group, but he stopped to help every poor and sick person and shared whatever he had firsthand which they did not. He was quite remarkable! We took care of many poor people during the Depression (1929-1940), in Nevada, USA. I and my descendants live in California, USA. We have a PhD, a Naval Officer, a submariner, a Navy nurse, a chemist-University professor, an oil geophysicist, and one in electronics and lasers, a geologist. We are interested in the people from this region and their history.
Dorothy Janes (Janoscsik) Austin <dot3241@yahoo.com>
- Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 23:57:23 (EDT)
Looking to correspond with someone from Bakonyoszlop. I can only speak English. I will be visiting Bakonyoszlop in August.
Richard Johnson <rjj143@webtv.net>
Long Island, NY, U S A - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 17:34:08 (EDT)
Looking to correspond with someone from Bakonyoszlop. I can only speak English. I will be visiting Bakonyoszlo in August.
Richard Johnson <rjj143@webtv.net>
Long Island, NY, U S A - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 17:33:33 (EDT)
looking for surname BIZIK and DRABIK from Kotrcina-lucka, Kaszasret, Hungary. Relatives came over in 1909
sue <smary823@aol.com>
u.s.a. - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 11:21:36 (EDT)
Looking for Forhecz relatives or descendants of Maria,my sister. Istvan which was the name of both my uncle and cousin, from Enying. I am from Szekesfehervar.
Forhecz Lajos <hohberg@infogen.co.nz>
New Zealand - Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 18:28:43 (EDT)
Little Jorge if ur out there why did u leave.its me ur step brother Mark Felipe Gonzalez.
Mark Gonzalez
- Monday, June 11, 2001 at 22:13:22 (EDT)
Gratulálok János! Megtaláltam a honlapodat, és nagy élményben részesültem...látom magam előtt azt a sok munkát amit rászenteltél ennek a honlapnak a létrehozására. Nagyon alapos, ügyes. Tetszik, sőt az állam is leesett olyan klassz. Iza Dunakesziről
Dávid Izabella <e410idav@omega.kee.hu>
Dunakeszi, Magyarország - Monday, June 11, 2001 at 14:46:47 (EDT)
please send me the pop john pall from rom italy address
inayat shah <inayatshah@yahoo.com>
nowshera, pakistan - Sunday, June 10, 2001 at 01:34:10 (EDT)
wondering if hoshak and hoszak are the same family?
Hoshak <joeajb@aol>
- Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 20:25:12 (EDT)
Hey I am doing a project on him right now too! do u guys know where u can get a map??
Julia <bubblegum_116@hotmail.com>
Ottawa, Canada - Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 16:04:03 (EDT)
What a great, informative site. I'll be back many times. Looking for Gaspar Seres...Salud; Fischer,Josef(sp?), Suri,Frances. Thanks for your hard work.
Nancy <NGram7@AOL.com>
USA - Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 09:11:16 (EDT)
Good work! Sorry i've not been able to see the whole page! I am interested if my name FOGARASI has noble origins. Anyone who can help me if kindly asked to write to me at this e-mail address:biancafogarasi@yahoo.com Thank you!
Roxana-Bianca Fogarasi <biancafogarasi@yahoo.com>
Bistrita, Romania - Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 07:26:17 (EDT)
hi i would like to know if you have an information about may family name " Kamzcek"..please send your info via my email..i really appreciate your help Thank You very much
deavey kamczek <deavey@lovemail.com>
port numbay, indonesia - Monday, June 04, 2001 at 03:03:15 (EDT)
I would like you to give me a price on researching my Bilcze ancestors. They came from the old Ugosca county of AH from a village called Kiralyhaza and Kralovo nad Tisou. My grandfather Mihaly Bilcze stated upon arrival in the US that he was from Verocze, Hungary (may be misspelled). According to a map, Verocze and Kiralyhaza are very close in location. Kiralyhaza is now in the Ukraine called Korolevo Zakarpatskaya 23.8 longitude and 48.9 latitude. Korolevo is 7km from Vinogradov, 47km from Mukachevo and 202km from Lvov. My grandfathers father was head of the train station and his brother was an officer in the military. They were of Orthodox or Greek Catholic faith. They were a well off family. Can you help me with this search? Nothing comes up on any search engine "Bilcze". Could the name be misspelled? Let me know if you can come upon any Bilcze info or let me know if any of your associates can help. Below is Ellis Island arrival records of all Bilcze arriving in US.
Joseph P. Bilcze <jbilcze@neo.rr.com>
Alliance, United States - Saturday, June 02, 2001 at 16:22:09 (EDT)
Looking for Bauman and Marhoffer families from Bakonyoszlop. John Bauman born 1877, his wife, Julia Marhoffer born 1882 or thier son John born 1905 or daughter Anna born 1907 I think some of the Marhoffers still live in Bakonyoszlop.
Richard Johnson <rjj143@webtv.net>
Bellmore,NY, U.S.A. - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 12:44:04 (EDT)
Looking for information on how to further research my gfather and gmother. My grandfather was Joseph Pastor (Pasztor) who was born in Haniska and returned to Slovakia and died in Kosice. His His parents were Andrew Pastor and Mary Papuga. His wife was Bertha Toth. I do not know her birth place. Any help on how to search this in Slovakia would be helpful
Vince Brice <vbclev@bestweb.net>
ossining,ny, usa - Sunday, May 27, 2001 at 20:57:18 (EDT)
i AM looking for anyt information about my grandaddy-Harry S. Berman He was in Gordo Alabama in 1913, and my father Harry S. Berman Jr. was born in 1916 I think they imigrated from baltimore, but am not sure. There must be somebody who knows grandaddy!
C.A. BERMAN BROOKS <MICA505@AOL.COM>
WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA USA - Sunday, May 27, 2001 at 20:16:43 (EDT)
i know my grandaddy was in Gordo Alabama in 1913. My daddy was born in1916-Harry S. Berman Jr. I just want to know about grandaddy"s family. He had two brothers.I think the family imigrated from Baltimore
Harry S. BERMAN <Mica505@aol.com>
- Sunday, May 27, 2001 at 20:12:09 (EDT)
Thank you for your very informative page. I have been able to locate my grandmother's villages, the county, the seat etc. This will be helpful in writing for documents, if any exist. The villages are Abaujvar and Keked. I see Also-Keked and Felso-Keked. Does that mean East and West or North and South or some distinction like that?
Mimi Simon <mimisimon@yahoo.com>
USA - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 15:43:04 (EDT)
Dear Janos, Observing the developmment of your presentation I am really impressed. My congratulation to the content as well as to the form. You are the best in Hungarian internet genealogy!
Peter Nagy <nagy@centroconsult.sk>
Samorin, Slovakia - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 08:06:16 (EDT)
What a great project !!!! I'm looking for references on the name Ledniczky. It's the family of my step father and I would like to contact them. Thanks, Alexandre
Alexandre <alexpi@uol.com.br>
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 01:47:31 (EDT)
MY GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER IS BARBRA KERNER FRANK. SHE HAD A DAUGHTER NAMED ANNA MARIE FRANK. ANNA HAD A BABY OUT OF WEDLOCK, ON 12-31-1904.THE BABY WAS NAMED LENA. THEY LIVED IN O SZT ANNA, ARAD AREA. ANNA EMMAGRATED TO CHICAGO ILL, OUT OF THE PORT OF BREMEN GERMANY, ON 2-15-1907, ON THE SHIP "MAIN". ANNA MARRIED ELIE BUGGI {BUGYIE} 2-17-1908. I WOULD LOVE TO FIND OUT,WHO IS THE FATHER TO LENA? OR ANY INFORMATION ON ANY PERSON MENTIONED ABOVE. THANK YOU...BETTIE KELBEL
BETTIE KELBEL <BETTIEKELBEL@AOL.COM>
CINCINNATI OHIO, UNITED STATES - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 01:22:14 (EDT)
MY GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER IS BARBRA KERNER FRANK. SHE HAD A DAUGHTER NAMED ANNA MARIE FRANK. ANNA HAD A BABY OUT OF WEDLOCK, ON 12-31-1904.THE BABY WAS NAMED LENA. THEY LIVED IN O SZT ANNA, ARAD AREA ANNA IMAGRATED TO CHICAGO ILL, OUT OF THE PORT OF BREMEN GERMANY, ON 2-15-1907, ON THE SHIP "MAIN". ANNA MARRIED ELIE BUGGI {BUGYIE} 2-17-1908. I WOULD LOVE TO FIND OUT,WHO IS THE FATHER TO LENA? OR ANY INFORMATION ON ANY PERSON MENTIONED ABOVE. THANK YOU...BETTIE KELBEL
BETTIE KELBEL <BETTIEKELBEL@AOL.COM>
CINCINNATI OHIO, UNITED STATES - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 01:19:29 (EDT)
I think your site is great, I just never got a reply to my last e-mail
Dr. John Bertalan <jbertalan@hcc.cc.fl.us>
tarpon springs, florida usa - Wednesday, May 23, 2001 at 23:02:33 (EDT)
i owuld like to fin more on my family.
britalily kocsis <princess_cutie@att.net>
long island, us - Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 19:57:02 (EDT)
any info that you could give me on aborigenies before the 16th of feb would be greatly apprishiated mostly on thier culture and modern day problems and issues please!!!!
samantha drevs <JAS@pionet.net>
Idagrove , USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 19:05:09 (EST)
Keresem az oseimet Somogyi Lajos, Mako, szul. ca. 1850, reformatus, es fia, Somogyi Ferenc,szul. 1882, meghalt Cincinnati. Ohio(megtalaltam, de keresem a leszarmazottjait). Egy bizonyos ido ota, mint egy bolond, szaguldok "ancestry" internet oldalakon. Es vegre rabukkantam a bogardi.com-ra, ami nagyon erdekes info-t nyujtott nekem. Gratulalok a kituno munkajara. Sajnos, nem kerultem meg kozelebb Makoi dednagyapam, szulei etc. - hez. Ha volna ideje, es egy ket ideat adna, nagyon orulnek neki. Nem tudom peldaul, pillanatnyilag, hogy talaljam meg a magyar varosok telefonkonyveit a net-en. De majd most megprobalom keresni a search engine-eken. En Londonban elek, de visszamegyek majd Nemetorszagba. Koszonom, hogy ilyen szep es sokat igero website - ot epitett fel, ami biztos nem "kismiska". Meg nem olvastam minden oldalat el, csak akartam megelegedesemet atadni. En peldaul arrol almodom, hogy a SURNAME-ek alatt megtalalnam a Somogyi-t, es aztan a Somogyi Lajost, es mind a tobbi adatot, amit szeretnek tudni. Sajnos nem igy megy, erre mar rajottem. Az egesz egy lassu folyamat, kulonosen ha a no egyedul csinalja. Koszonettel maradok Alice Svojanovsky
Alice Svojanovsky <asvojanovsky@hotmail.com>
London, UK - Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 09:03:13 (EST)
my name bihari
najlon bihari <gypsy_boy_slhotmail.com>
eslöv, skandinvien sweden - Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 21:30:23 (EST)
Good Day I am looking for ancestor of mine. I had found the connection through a graduating class of 1914 "Lowles" through the following web page: "http://www.barossg-gyor.sulinet.hu/index.htm" He was Miklos Lowles born in 1897. There was also a Bertha Lowles born in "1862". possibly in Esztergom or "E...ldt", Hungary Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Harry
Harry Lowles <hlowles@sympatico.ca>
Windsor, Canada - Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 12:59:35 (EST)
I am looking for information for: Grandfather Daniel Spisak (Szpisak)b. November 23, 1875(3?) in town of Jolsva, Provence of Gomar, Hungary Immigrated to the USA March 13, 1900 & Grandmother Suzanne Zsufosky b. January 12, 1883 in town of Jolsva, Provence of Gomar, Hungary Immigrated to the USA August 23, 1900
Edmund Spisak <etspi@bigfoot.com>
Humble TX, USA - Thursday, February 08, 2001 at 19:18:08 (EST)
i like to know how can i meak free call to slovika. and thank you
hani <haniyousif@hotmail.com>
toronto, canada - Wednesday, February 07, 2001 at 23:42:15 (EST)
I am recearching HERDEBU and KELLER Family history They left Bethlenhaza Hungary now Bethausen Romania in 1903 came to North Dakota USA. The Keller family lived in Rudolfsgnad Hungary in 1871. Frank Keller from Gladstone ND was my grand mother's brother. Any one intrested please e-mail me.
Glenn Herdebu <herdebu@yahoo.com>
Baldwin North Dakota, USA - Tuesday, February 06, 2001 at 12:46:13 (EST)
Father Zelicskovics John born in UgocsaMegye April l893 find Ancestors. He had brothers George,Michael and sister Elizabeth. He arrived in the USA in l911 and settled in NJ. His brothers had returned to Hungary before the First World War. One of the brothers became a biro. (Judge or possibly Sheriff). Anyone out there with this name in your family background PLEASE let me know.
Terri (Zelicskovics) Melloway <roxanne@ozemail.com.au>
Gold Coast, Australia - Tuesday, February 06, 2001 at 07:36:27 (EST)
Father Zelicskovics John born in Ugocsa l893 wish to find Ancestors. His parents names, etc,.
Terri (Zelicskovics) Melloway <Roxanne@ozemail.com.au>
Australia - Monday, February 05, 2001 at 07:45:06 (EST)
TRYING TO LOCATE INFORMATION ON MY GRADPARENTS BOTH SIDES BOTH ARE FROM HUNGARY LAST MANES VARGA/VARGO, NOVAK
THEODORE F. NOVAK <TEDNOVAK84@AOL.COM>
MASSILLON, OHIO, USA - Monday, February 05, 2001 at 01:12:06 (EST)
I FIND YOUR WEB SITE VERY INTERESTING. I AM NEW AT USING A COMPUTER. I WOULD LIKE TO RESREACH MY FAMLIY TREE ON BOTH SIDES OF GRANDPARENTS. LAST NAMES ARE, VARGA, NOVAK.
Theodore F. Novak <tednovak84@aol.com>
Massillon, Ohio, USA - Monday, February 05, 2001 at 00:47:52 (EST)
What a wonderfull web site. I actually found some things I've been looking for on other sites for about 2 1/2 yrs. I wish I could become a member, but unfortunately, I am on a very strict, fixed income and cannot afford even the small (and most reasonable) membership fee. I will be coming back on a reg. basis to see what is new. Keep up the excellent work and good luck.
Barbara Sorensen <ohiobarb42@yahoo.com>
Mansfield, USA - Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 16:45:30 (EST)
I am doing genealogical research in east Slovakia, former Zemplen, Saros and Abov county
Michael Sura <arusm@yahoo.com>
Kosice, Slovakia - Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 14:09:36 (EST)
(Correction) I ment to say the fine job RADIX is doing to help us
Glenn <herdebu@yahoo.com>
- Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 10:16:21 (EST)
My complements on the fine job is doing to help us with our Family History. I an looking for someone that could furnish me with a plot or street map of BETHLENHAZA Hungary Now BETHASEN Romania. This was the home of my Grandparents up untill 1903. I would like to include a map in my book. An E mail copy would be fine. Thank you
Glenn <herdebu@yahoo.com>
Baldwin, North Dakota, USA - Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 10:07:52 (EST)
If you need a photographer, please call me.
Esa Homi <esa.homi@hotmail.com>
Helsinki, Finland - Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 03:57:42 (EST)
If you need a photographer, please call me.
Esa Homi <esa.homi@hotmail.com>
Helsinki, Finland - Thursday, February 01, 2001 at 03:57:22 (EST)
This site is great! I've never before found my name associated with my home country. Thank You Joe Salavics
Joe Salavics <salavics@aol.com>
Walkersville, Maryland, USA - Wednesday, January 31, 2001 at 22:53:17 (EST)
Well done.
Earl Barret <ebarret@webtv.net>
Sherman Oaks, Ca, USA - Monday, January 29, 2001 at 00:22:00 (EST)
Congratulation! Im looking for contacts with names MOZOL, KÓBOR, SISÁK, MARTÉNYI, SZIRMAY, PLACHY, ZUGMANN, SCHULMANN, KOSSÉK, PAZSITKA, LOTOTZKI, UMATHUM, WOLLWEBER - my anchestors. Please contact
Rita Mozol <minorita@hotmail.com>
Budapest, Hungary - Saturday, January 27, 2001 at 15:06:54 (EST)
I am really in need of some help or direction or link in findng the origins of my surname "Osztrenkovics", "Vukas","Drca" and"Pop". Apprantly the surname "Osztrenkovics" has been changed to suit the current goevernment in its day ie. Yugoslaiva and Hungary borders. My father and his parents were born in Csantaver or Cantavir Yugoslavia. I am stuck and no one has heard of this name. Pls email me on kathleen_osztrenkovics@aep.salvationarmy.org Thanks alot.
Katalin Osztrenkovics <kathleen_osztrenkovics@aep.salvationarmy.org>
Canberra, Australia - Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 23:35:01 (EST)
I was wondering the origin of my first and last name. thank you.
Kristina Alger <wtpoohbear2000@hotmail.com>
Corvallis, United States of America - Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 23:24:48 (EST)
I have done exhaustive research on the following names in Nyirlugos/Nyiradony in Szabolcs Megye, Hungary: BALOG, BUTOR, DANILYAK, FLOREK, GOGOLYAK, HANCSICSAK, KAVULAK, KRISAK, KUBASEK, LEGINUSZ, MAXIM, MOLNAR and ZUBALY. Also, the following names in Rede, Veszprem Megye, Hungary: BALOG, BIRO, BUDA, CZIGANY, HORVAT(H), NAGY, RAVASZ, TAKACS, TOT(H), VADASZ, VITARIS. I will be glad to share information on these names. E-mail Istvan316@aol.com
Istvan
- Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at 17:43:49 (EST)
Please tell me my orgin
Chris Barkofske
- Monday, January 22, 2001 at 17:48:47 (EST)
Please tell me my orgin
Chris Barkofske
- Monday, January 22, 2001 at 17:48:32 (EST)
I have a very beautiful painting made by "Adele Lonchar", about year 1900-1908. I`d like to know something about her, for ex. which country she came from. Regard Kirsti Hynning If you know something about her please let me know.
ADELE LONCHAR <kipsti@hotmail.com>
Sweden - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 08:03:07 (EST)
I have a wonderfull painting made bu "Adelé Lonchar" about 1906, and I`d like to get some information about her,for example from wich coutry she is. etc. regards Kirsti Hynning
Adelé Lonchar <kipsti@hotmail.com>
Sweden - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 07:47:40 (EST)
I didn't not really understand the schematics. But, none the less it is an interesting site. What kind of a name is Kormendy. RSVP Thank-you.
Gisele Elek <elekg@frontiernet.net>
PO BOX2431, Monroe, NY 10950 - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 17:04:02 (EST)
Your site is very good easy to understand,I,ll be back!
Ronald Michael Rezes Jr. <dfdrmrezes@aol.com>
Azle, Texas, USA - Monday, January 15, 2001 at 02:53:44 (EST)
Grandfather, Frank(FLORICH)ne FLERIK imigrated from ABAUJ SZANTO in 1898 to New York Grandmother, MARY PALAGYI emigrated rom LELESZ in 1898 to New York
William F. Florich, Jr. <wfflorichii@cs.com>
St. Louis, Missouri, USA - Sunday, January 14, 2001 at 20:11:09 (EST)
Does anyone out there know whether there was anybody with the surname of Kallis/Kalis who lived or still lives in Hungary. I would like to contact somone with knowledge of emigration to South Africa.
Thomas Kallis <tomk@penbev.co.za>
Cape Town, South Africa - Tuesday, January 09, 2001 at 09:02:17 (EST)
Great Web site. SPENYOVICS - I was told that my great grandfather was Hungarian but I could not locate any information. My father was born out of wed lock and he was not much of keeping up with family. I would like to have contact with anyone that can direct me to any other spellings of SPENYOVICS or can direct me to Hungarian relatives. THANK YOU!!!!
Dawn Spenyovics Atkinson <Chris3@gte.net>
Parrish,FL , USA - Monday, January 08, 2001 at 15:21:22 (EST)
I was delighted to find your site. The list of some of the Hungarian terms is very useful. I am just beginning my quest to find the genealogical history of my grandparents.
Josef Ugro <jugrojr@mediaone.net>
St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 20:58:34 (EST)
Enjoyed your site and admire your hard work!
Kelly "Smayda" Whitelock <Horacewest@ij.net>
Lutz, Florida, USA - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 20:55:37 (EST)
I have just found your site and am excited about possibilities of researching my grandfather's family name, Viczai. Thank you for all your hard work in making this resource available to us.
Neil Wicai <neilwicai@peoplepc.com>
Corrales, New Mexico 87048, United States - Wednesday, January 03, 2001 at 13:30:27 (EST)
be good do good and i love you good bye
Partha Sarathi <partha79@tm.net.my>
Perak, Malaysia - Saturday, December 30, 2000 at 09:58:02 (EST)
I am trying to help my mother trace ant relatives still living in Romania. She came from a small town Moravitsa I believe is the spelling.Her husband Joeseph Albert came from Hungary (Chebanya ?). He passed away 7 years ago. Please email any inquiries..
marie pless/joe albert c/o brian albert <brian albert@century21dome.com>
regina, saskatchewan canada - Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 11:36:08 (EST)
I am looking for informaion on Barbara Herzog(1863-1901). Married to Michael Sehi. Barbara's maiden name was Shepline? One daughters name was Margaret. It is believed that Margaret was born in Betsehgereg? Any information that you could offer on both or tips would be great.
Lori <llo@mediaone.net>
Westland, usa - Wednesday, December 27, 2000 at 00:21:36 (EST)
I am looking for any information on my family. I have looked for many years for my family history. In all the searches I have conducted, I have only found the Salavics name from my home state of Michigan. I have since moved to Maryland. I really want to locate my family back in Hungary and trace my lineage. If anyone could help I would really appreciate it!
Joseph Salavics <salavics@aol.com>
Walkersville, Maryland, USA - Friday, December 22, 2000 at 16:08:03 (EST)
This site is the first where I was actually able to see my name identified in part of the country of my ancestors. This is great.
Joseph Salavics <Salavics@aol.com>
Walkersville, Maryland, USA - Friday, December 22, 2000 at 16:01:08 (EST)
I am looking for information on the surname Malocsay. I am sure that the spelling has been altered, but not sure of the original spelling. I know that it is either pronounced "ma-loo-kie" or else it may be pronounced "mal-oh-chy". I know that my great, great grandfather came to the United States some time in the late 1800s. The first malocsay to be born in America, was born in 1882-so it was before this that my great, great Grnadfather lived in Hungary. The Grandfather's name was Francis Malocsay. And from what I am told he was affiliated with King Arpad. Please help me out, it would be greatly appreciated.
Cindy Malocsay <cbartlett@uswest.net>
Evans, CO, USA - Thursday, December 21, 2000 at 01:23:51 (EST)
Congratulations to WebMaster Bogárdi for this very useful Genealogy research tool!
Joe Heitz
- Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 19:59:50 (EST)
I am doing reasearch on Family names: Heitz, Istók, Dér, Katatics - my ancestors. Anyone with same or similar name. please contact. ...Keresem az öseim - lásd fennti Család neveket. Drotposta: joeheitz@hotmail.com
Joe Heitz <joeheitz@hotmail.com>
- Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 19:39:31 (EST)
I am 26 year old Hungarian girl and I am looking for my familytree. At the moment I am just practising, how to do it. I am a beginner, but this site helpd me a lot I think for the beginning. Thank you for your help and maybe I will need your help in the future. Thanks a lot Kainrath Timea
Timea Kainrath <tkainrath@hotmail.com>
Roma, Olaszorszag (Italy) - Friday, December 15, 2000 at 19:47:39 (EST)
GETTO, ST ISHTVAN, BARANJA PETRISIC, BLAZICKA TUCHELJ, POTISEK LITTAI, VUJNOVIC Please contact me, relatives anxious to hear from you. Love this site, more would be welcome.
grayce petrick ezarik <grayce@bentcom.net>
Bentleyville, USA - Thursday, December 14, 2000 at 22:42:04 (EST)
i had his phone number and i lost it i need to find out if my stepdaughter got her christmas gifts through the mail yet !
wayne reed
ocean springs, ms. , us. - Wednesday, December 13, 2000 at 11:59:20 (EST)
i had his phone number and i lost it i need to find out if my stepdaughter got her christmas gifts through the mail yet !
wayne reed
ocean springs, ms. , us. - Wednesday, December 13, 2000 at 11:58:40 (EST)
I am attempting to trace any information on Jozsef (Joseph) Baranyi born 1752 in Hungary. He emigrated to Cape Town South Africa round about 1782 He may also have changed his name before leaving Europe to Kalisch, Kales, Kalis or Kallis.
Thomas Kallis <tomk@penbev.co.za>
Cape Town, South Africa - Wednesday, December 13, 2000 at 04:53:22 (EST)
My great grand mother was born May 5, 1885 in Selma Alabama. Her mother died young. Her father remarried.Looking for her birth records if any.
Mary Brown <wonnastly@aol.com>
- Tuesday, December 12, 2000 at 23:37:03 (EST)
Looking for Info On Danielak,Victoria born cir1890 in Spisska Bela (now) Slovika. She had 2 bros John and Bella. Thank you
Charles J. Klempay <aqualun1@ix.netcom.com>
Aurora, Il, USA - Thursday, December 07, 2000 at 23:16:03 (EST)
Hello ! I am searching for people with the same surname. My ancestors come from East Prussia. Thanks for your h elp.
Sonja Kaisler <soka99@t-online.de>
Emmelshausen, Germany - Wednesday, November 29, 2000 at 12:17:08 (EST)
I am doing a family history project all I know is my grandma Rosa Bogarty and grandfather John L. Bogarty I just want some help finding about there parents if you have any information about the Bogarty family please e mail me some information clevelandjazz@aol Thank You
Clevelandjazz <clevelandjazz@aol>
Cleveland, Ohio, United States - Tuesday, November 28, 2000 at 18:43:44 (EST)
I'm lookong for the following relatives and/or their descendants. My great grandfather Matyas Vincze immigrated to Hammond,Indiana, US either at the end of the 1800's or at the beginning of the XX. century. He has/had two daughters, Erzsebet and Maria. His wife's name is Maria Molnar. Does anybody know anything about them? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Vincze Gyula <gyulav@hotmail.com>
Lakeville,MA, USA - Tuesday, November 28, 2000 at 13:25:54 (EST)
Dear János, I ejoyed your site very much and found it to be very informative. Do you still perform lookups in the old Budapest directories? If so, I would be interested to find information on János and/or Imre Szente living in the Óbuda district between the years of 1880 and 1907 (I'm sorry, but I don't recall the specific years which the directories covered). Your site is truly a valuable resource! Many thanks and kind regards, Brian Szente
Brian Szente <soosszente@sprintmail.com>
Lansdale, PA, USA - Monday, November 27, 2000 at 00:44:13 (EST)
I was interested in knowing my family backround on my mothers side.Please help me find out where she is from.Thanks
Melissa Lukacs <jasmyn1982@yahoo.ca>
Ottawa, Canada - Friday, November 24, 2000 at 15:45:50 (EST)
I'm looking for my ancesters. My greatgrandfather(SATURNINO BLACKBURN) came from England to Colombia. Tha
LUCENA BLACKBURN <blackburnlucena@yahoo.com>
Bucaramanga, Santander Colombia - Thursday, November 23, 2000 at 16:29:10 (EST)
My father came from Hungary to Colombia. I'm interesting to know about his family. His name was Laszlo Majthenyi. Thanks.
Cristobal Majthenyi <fruedav@yahoo.com>
Bucaramanga, Colombia - Thursday, November 23, 2000 at 16:13:20 (EST)
Excellent charts! I'm searching for information regarding my family name spelled variously as Ladzun, Lajun, Ladzsun, Ladysun, Ludzen. US immigration of 1897 showed my gf Mihaly Ladsen last residence as Dobruka. My gm name was variously spelled as Kosstyuch, Kostuck, Kostick. Any info would be appreciated.
George Ladzun <ladzun@aol.com>
Prospect, KY, USA - Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 08:21:28 (EST)
I am looking for any information about aborigenal issues in Australia.
victoria <torry2k@ mail. ru>
minsk, belarus - Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 08:16:15 (EST)
I am looking for any information about aborigenal issues in Australia.
victoria <torry2k@ mail. ru>
minsk, belarus - Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 08:15:45 (EST)
looking scott gibson daughter kala n.gibson please contact A.S.A.P. via hotmail
jay grant <jakeinga@hotmail.com>
painsville ohio, u.s.a. - Sunday, November 19, 2000 at 09:41:30 (EST)
I would lone to contact folk of the same name, looking for contacts etc
Brian Magrath <Magrath7.@aol.com>
Lincoln, UK - Saturday, November 18, 2000 at 12:23:17 (EST)
I am interested in writing to anyone that has information on the Harchack or Harchak or Hoszak family which settled in PA.....I am interested in locating Phillip Harchack from Huntingdon county
Karen Harchack <kt2free@aol.com>
- Thursday, November 16, 2000 at 11:09:32 (EST)
TALIAN TALLIAN Searching for information on my paternal great grandparents, Andreas and Maria (nee Nagy) Tallian (or Talian). Andreas was born about 1857 and came to America in 1882 into the port of Boston as Andreas TALN. They settled in southern Pittsburg, PA area of Monessen, PA where Andreas died in 1919. I have recently found out that they were from the area of Saris, originally part of the Austria/Hungarian Empire. They are listed in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, PA records as Andreas and Maria Tallian. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sandra Hoard <s_hoard@hotmail.com>
MI, USA - Tuesday, November 14, 2000 at 18:06:30 (EST)
Looking for town [Palagy} in Ung. Grandparents John More' & Meri Nagy . In Old Hungary
J Minzer <wj-minzer@pa.net>
Fayetteville, Pa, USA - Monday, November 13, 2000 at 17:38:29 (EST)
Nagyon jo az ötlet (meg az enyém is, hogy kerestem valami ilyet):-) Váczy-kat keresek és már találtam is... The idea is very good. I seek Váczys. I've already found some...
Váczy Attila <vaczy1962@yahoo.com>
Komárno (Komárom), Slovakia - Monday, November 13, 2000 at 17:02:27 (EST)
I have found your website very interesting and clever! I recently began research on my father's family -Andrew Pashuta (or Pachuta ?) and his mother Julia Stupar (or Stzupar). We were always told they were from Zemplain-Megy, town of Chatois-Wilhelm??? This Hungarian, Slovakian, Czeckoslovakian, etc. etc. is very confusing!! aybe I'll learn something from your website! Thanks
Mary Ann Pashuta <mavanhorssen@hotmail.com>
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - Monday, November 13, 2000 at 04:14:17 (EST)
Please help me in finding information on my last name.I need to find the orgin to my last name 4 a very important project. If u can help, thank you,
Miss Martinez
- Saturday, November 11, 2000 at 23:06:20 (EST)
Has anyone information on the surname barathy please. A Hungarian name with perhaps noble connects.
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast, Australia - Saturday, November 11, 2000 at 18:11:04 (EST)
Has anyone information on the surname barathy please. A Hungarian name with perhaps noble connects.
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast, - Saturday, November 11, 2000 at 18:10:21 (EST)
i wanna find info about varga family name
eric
- Saturday, November 11, 2000 at 17:48:20 (EST)
Hello John, it's me your brother. I don't know if you still look at this page, but I've been trying to do the same thing that you said you were trying to do on this page. If you find something out let me know.
David Elek <dte0510@mail.ecu.edu>
- Friday, November 10, 2000 at 11:34:29 (EST)
Was thrilled to find your site and intend to explore it further congratulations it is very well set up
Sue <gbocso@homemail.com>
Perth , Australia - Thursday, November 09, 2000 at 18:30:59 (EST)
I'm surching for information on my grandparents. This is what I have found on a picture of my grandparents wedding picture. Mihaly Istvan Kolkedi, born Nov. 2, 1875, married Mary Szuch, born June 1877.Were married in Vaszar,Veszprem county, around 1898. Grandfather, came to US in 1890,then going back to marry grandmother. They came to US sometime after 1898 and resided in Painsville, Ohio. They had a daughter in Painsville, Ohio. 2-14-1902. My mother was born 8-03-1904 in Painsville, Ohio. They had another girl born in 1906, not sure where she was born. They, last daughter was born,1-11-1910 in Bridgeport, Conn.After that they moved to Detroit, Michigan where my grandmother died in 1913.
Mary Phelan <TLPMEP@peoplepc.com>
Jackson, Michigan, USA - Monday, November 06, 2000 at 12:09:34 (EST)
BOROVETZ AND HELLSTERN SURNAMES- CAN ANYONE CHECK AND SEE IF THERE ANY LISTINGS FOR ANY BOROVETZ'S OR HELLSTERNS LISTED IN THE PANKOTA, ROMANIA PHONE BOOK. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANK YOU, LINDA BOROVETZ-----NANNAB50@HOTMAIL.COM
LINDA BOROVETZ
- Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 19:37:44 (EST)
BOROVETZ AND HELLSTERN SURNAMES- CAN ANYONE CHECK AND SEE IF THERE ANY LISTINGS FOR ANY BOROVETZ'S OR HELLSTERNS LISTED IN THE PANKOTA, ROMANIA PHONE BOOK. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANK YOU, LINDA BOROVETZ-----NANNAB50@HOTMAIL.COM
LINDA BOROVETZ
- Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 19:28:36 (EST)
LOOKING FOR MEMBERS OF THE JOSEF BOROVETZ AND ANNA [HELLSTERN] BOROVETZ FAMILY IN PANKOTA, ROMANIA. KNOW JOSEF HAD [I THINK] A NEICE NAMED MARY BOROVETZ WHO SHOULD BE IN HER LATE 40'S WHO IS A HISTORY TEACHER. THERE SHOULD BE SOME OF THE FAMILIES STILL THERE. THEY WERE CATHOLIC AND CHANGED TO LUTHERANS WHEN THEY CAME TO AMERICA. DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TO START LOOKING. ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED. CONTACT ME AT NANNAB50@HOTMAIL.COM. THANK YOU, LINDA
LINDA BOROVETZ
- Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 18:50:00 (EST)
TRYING TO LOCATE THE BOROVETZ' AND HELLSTERNS'. THIS IS WERE THEY WERE FROM BEFORE IMMIGRATING TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
LINDA BOROVETZ <NANNAB50@HOTMAIL,.COM>
MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, U.S.A - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 18:39:17 (EST)
TRYING TO LOCATE THE BOROVETZ' AND HELLSTERNS'. THIS IS WERE THEY WERE FROM BEFORE IMMIGRATING TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
LINDA BOROVETZ <NANNAB50@HOTMAIL,.COM>
MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, U.S.A - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 18:38:16 (EST)
TRYING TO LOCATE THE BOROVETZ' AND HELLSTERNS'. THIS IS WERE THEY WERE FROM BEFORE IMMIGRATING TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
LINDA BOROVETZ <NANNAB50@HOTMAIL,.COM>
MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, U.S.A - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 17:39:01 (EST)
TRYING TO LOCATE THE BOROVETZ' AND HELLSTERNS'. THIS IS WERE THEY WERE FROM BEFORE IMMIGRATING TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
LINDA BOROVETZ <NANNAB50@HOTMAIL,.COM>
MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, U.S.A - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 17:38:15 (EST)
Seeking information about the following ancestor families (villages and counties in the old Hungary are given if known; all are in Slovakia today): Krajnyik, Ung or Zemplen; Gyure, Vajan, Ung; Csutoras, Besa, Zemplen; Jakab, Ung or Zemplen; Molnar, Bely; Megyesi, Lelesz; Pandy and Szoke, Backsa, the last four all of Zemplen.
Margaret A. Molnar <Quadrapalegal@Yahoo.com>
Lorain, Ohio, U.S.A. - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 09:08:02 (EST)
Seeking information about the following ancestor surname families, all from the old Hungary, now Slovakia; villages and counties are given if known: Krajnyik, Ung or Zemplen; Gyure, Vajan, Ung; Csutoras, Besa, Zemplen; Jakab, Ung or Zemplen; Molnar, Bely; Megyesi, Lelesz; and Pandy and Szoke, Backsa, the last four all of Zemplen.
Margaret A. Molnar <Quadrapalegal@Yahoo.com>
Lorain, Ohio, U.S.A. - Sunday, November 05, 2000 at 09:02:20 (EST)
Kapcsolatot keresek azokkal a személyekkel, akik a lentebb felsorolt Kelet-Magyarország-i családok történetét ismerik, vagy kutatják. Sok információval (de még nem elegendŒvel) rendelkezem, viszont-segítséggel is tudok szolgálni. Kutatott családjaim: ARI, ASZTALOS SZABÓ, BALÁS, BALOG, BIHARI, BÓNIS, CEGLÉDI, CHERNEL CSEH, CSERNYICZKY, DEBRECENI, DERSY, DÉGHY, FOGARASI, HOROG, ILOSVAY, JUHOS, KÁLLAI, KATONA, KISS, KUSZTOS, KÜRTHY, LAKI, CSISZÁR, LÁSZLÓ, LÓNYAI, LOSONCZI, MAJOS, MAKAI, MAGYAR, MIHÁLYCSIK, MIKOLA, NAGY, ORMÓS, PALATICZ, PILISI, PÓCSI, SIPOS, SZABÓ, SZERNYÁK, TAR, TARNÓCZY, VANKAI, VARGA, VAS. Köszönök mindenféle segítséget.
Pócsi Laci <pocsi@ggaweb.ch>
Küsnacht, Schweiz - Wednesday, November 01, 2000 at 14:42:58 (EST)
HI amy and matt!!! I found your site and thought I would just say HI!! luv ya bye!!!
sally roden <sallyroden@quinnipiac.edu>
bethlehem , usa - Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 22:06:19 (EST)
Ki tudja a választ? KUSZTOS János kalapos családjával együtt 1798-ban KISÚJSZÁLLÁSRÓL beköltözött Debrecenbe. Hol született és élhetett Kisújszállás elŒtt? Köszönök mindennemü segítséget.
Pócsi Laci <pocsi@ggaweb.ch>
küsnacht, svájc - Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 15:05:23 (EST)
Ki tudja a választ?Hol lehet a származási helya annak a MAJOS családnak, melynek tagjai 1800 körültŒl ca. száz éven keresztül (NYÍR)TASS-on éltek. EzelŒtt Ugocsa vm.ben éltek. Hol és honnan kerültek oda? Köszönök mindennemü segítséget.
Pócsi Laci <pocsi@ggaweb.ch>
küsnacht, svájc - Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 14:59:32 (EST)
Great site as usual. I am researching the LOVASZ family from Szonta and Doroszlo, Hungary, now in Yugoslavia. These would be descendants of Michael Lovasz and Katharina Dosztan. Would like to make contact with any family member. Please email me at lovas@sssnet.com. Thank you Dennis
Dennis Lovas <lovas@sssnet.com>
Canal Fulton, Ohio, USA - Monday, October 30, 2000 at 11:24:08 (EST)
Egyre nagyszerűbbnek találom ezt az oldalt !Áldás , békesség a létrehozónak ! Azonban kiváncsi vagyok , kik ,milyen sikerrel jártak eddig ? Vagy erre van valami másfórum ? Sok sikert a keresőknek , segítőknek egyaránt !
leguan <leguan@mail.matav.hu>
Hungary, Pest megye Budaörs - Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 03:06:37 (EST)
Egyre nagyszerűbbnek találom ezt az oldalt ,áldás békesség a létrehozónak ! Azonban nagyon kiváncsi vagyok , kik , milyen szerencsével jártak eddig ?Vagy erre van valami más fórum ? Sok sikert mindenkinek !
leguan <leguan@mail.matav.hu>
hungary, Budaörs - Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 03:01:17 (EST)
Egyre nagyszerűbbnek találom ezt az oldalt ,áldás békesség a létrehozónak ! Azonban nagyon kiváncsi vagyok , kik , milyen szerencsével jártak eddig ?Vagy erre van valami más fórum ? Sok sikert mindenkinek !
leguan <leguan@mail.matav.hu>
hungary, Budaörs - Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 03:00:48 (EST)
Looking for Helen Drutaa, married Albert Zeaken. Came to USA in 1903.4 with son George. Cannot find records of this name anywhere. If I could find Helen's marriage record in Hungary maybe I could find out more about Albert from it. Thanks Great Web Site.
Sue Zeaken <suezeaken@juno.com>
Garden Grove, CA, USA - Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 01:40:45 (EST)
Extremely Interesting
Joseph Patay <rho.cos3theta@worldnet.att.net>
Toledo, Ohio, USA - Saturday, October 28, 2000 at 21:44:34 (EDT)
Great Site! I found information on my grandfather's name that I haven't found anywhere else, including going through to message boards and maybe finding relatives. Thanks!
Jan Sanders <centaur@scvnet.com>
- Saturday, October 28, 2000 at 15:06:24 (EDT)
I would like to found my relatvities in Canada- Toronto and USA NewYork (perhaps).Their Family names :Frank Takacs , he is teaching on University , but I don't know in wich of them .He went out from Hungary in l956 .His Wife Magdilna Bereczki was died in l968 ( she was Seventh Day Adventist)Their children Magdalena Grace Takacs is a medical doctor in NewYork , Jr. Frank Takacs electrical engineer ( The Father is same )in Toronto.The children's mother was sister of my mother , who also died 2 years ago .I try to find them them by internet , but i had not succes yet.But I have aa problem : I don't speak the english language.Please , if someone is answer forme do it in simple sentences or hungarian . /Frank Takacs (the older)was born in Nyírábrány 1930 or 31,his wife Vámospércs l933./ My name is Bereczki Sandorné Kerecsanin Márta /1951,Vámospércs , I live in Budaörs,it is border with Budapest. E-mail address:leguan@mail.matav.hu
Bereczkiné Kerecsanin Márta <leguan@mail.matav.hu>
Hungary, Pest megye Budaörs - Saturday, October 28, 2000 at 05:04:16 (EDT)
Finally found the names: Zoldy, Zoldi, Zoldie -- now I know they aren't a figment of my family's imagination! Would love to be in touch with anyone reearching this surname. Great Site.
Rita Evon <evonri@aol.com>
Falls Church, VA, USA - Friday, October 27, 2000 at 10:22:04 (EDT)
I am reseaching my grandfather, Janos Futato and his wife Zsuzsanna (Szasz) Futato. They immigrated to the United States from Magyar Hermany, Homorodi District, Udvarhely County (today Herculian, Covasna County, Romania) in September 1907. Janos was the son of Istvan and Anna (Tomincz) Futato. He was born 21 July 1882, in Magyar Hermany. Zsuzsana was born 30 April 1882, also in Magyar Hermany. They were married in Magyar Hermany on 23 May 1906. Upon his emigration, he left a brother, Istvan, and three sisters, Barbara, Anna, and Maria. I am uncertain of their religious faith (Catholic or Reformed).
Kevin Futato <kejafu2@home.com>
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, USA - Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 22:04:40 (EDT)
I am looking for birth records
Baby Girl Morris <goldencrystal5b@netscape.net>
- Monday, October 23, 2000 at 15:31:58 (EDT)
If you hear of anybody asking about this last name (hajik) Please let me know, dont know many people in USA that have that last name, mostly reltives.
Robert Hajik <robert.hajik@thiokol.com>
willard, , Utah USA - Monday, October 23, 2000 at 13:06:54 (EDT)
Someday, I would like to research my lineage and find distant relatives in Hungary. If anybody knows they are related to Teresa Freund+John Vass (who moved to PA), feel free to e-mail me.
Kevin Vass <kevinvass@hotmail.com>
Los Angeles, USA - Sunday, October 22, 2000 at 12:57:21 (EDT)
I tried the 1891 database to find my paternal grandfather's family: "Topor." No luck. He came from Vas Megye. Any ideas.
Jared Eigerman <jared@eigerman.com>
San Francisco, CA - Sunday, October 22, 2000 at 01:41:39 (EDT)
Looking for family contacts anywhere in the world. Grandfather: Frank Gaal, born: hungary, 1896; came to USA approx. 1912.
Craig Gaal <cgaal@ford.com>
Manchester, Michigam, USA - Saturday, October 21, 2000 at 11:34:41 (EDT)
GRRREAT website...Kituno!! Koszonom szepen. Laci & Monika PS:Researching APATHY/APATI, SEBESI(bolgarfalvi), UGRON(abranfalvi), JAKABHAZY, HORVATH, KAPOSI, STERZ, JURKOVITZ, PAKOT, SZOBOSZLAI, KUTI, ... ###################################### * Laszlo B. APATHY III & Monika R. (mn.WIEBELT) APATHY 191 Selma Ave. Englewood, Florida 34223-3830 USA ---- * Tel:941-474-4774 Pager:941-742-4215 FAX:413-581-2680 * EMail:LaszloApathy@home.com IM(aol):LesApathy ICQ#:12869055 * http://www.members.home.net/LaszloApathy/ApathyFamily.htm ---- * Hungary & Germany genealogy & family historian/archivist * AAA - "Apati/Apathy Ancestral Association" (Osok Tarsasaga) (est.1995) de Nagytot(1609), Dombos(1722), & Woldorf(1807), Transylvania Region, HUNGARY * WWWW / W4 "Wiebelt-Wetzel-Weibel-Wood" Families Assocation (est.1998) von Rheinland Pfalz/Palatinate, GERMANY
Laszlo B. Apathy III <LaszloApathy@home.com>
Englewood(S.Sarasota Co.), Florida, USA - Friday, October 20, 2000 at 10:57:57 (EDT)
I found someone with my same last name who is also looking for others. If you are a Zagyva and do not know me, send me a message and maybe we can fill some holes on our family tree.
Michael R. Zagyva <Michael.R.Zagyva@state.or.us >
Portland, OR, USA - Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 19:13:43 (EDT)
Looking for relative, Dezser (Derek) surname pronounced Fa-ash-i. Came to Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada 1956 or '57 as hungarian refugee from Budapest. Born mid 30's. goldsmith by trade. captain of soccer team while in halifax. may have gone to Toronto, Canada. Any info. appreciated especially correct surname spelling.
Angie R.G. Chase <argchase@yahoo.com>
Victoria, BC, canada - Tuesday, October 17, 2000 at 14:46:07 (EDT)
Please find picture!Born October,4,2000
Jordan Kyla Johnson
Blairsville, America - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 22:48:52 (EDT)
picture.
Jordan Kyla Johnson
Blairsville, - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 22:46:16 (EDT)
As a webmaster of a directory for websites on Budapest and Hungary, I am always surfing the web for great websites that I can add to my directory. I found your website easy to navigate, the information on your website about Hungarian genealogy extremely useful and the overall design of the site very good. I have bookmarked your website and plan to be back often. I actually even liked your website so much that I added it to my directory, on which only the best and most useful websites about Budapest and Hungary are featured. Jan Waanders Webmaster ClickBudapest http://www.clickbudapest.com
Jan Waanders <team@clickbudapest.com>
Bratislava, Slovakia - Thursday, October 12, 2000 at 05:25:32 (EDT)
my family, came over to Canada in '56, last name of Majthenyi, from the town of Lukenenyi, just north of Balassagyarmat...Hannah is the grandmother, and Ursula is my mother...I am interested in our family history, regardless of content
jeff hunter <jeffh@interfleet.com>
toronto, canada - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 13:45:54 (EDT)
my family, came over to Canada in '56, last name of Majthenyi, from the town of Lukenenyi, just north of Balassagyarmat...Hannah is the grandmother, and Ursula is my mother...I am interested in our family history, regardless of content
jeff hunter <jeffh@interfleet.com>
toronto, canada - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 13:44:53 (EDT)
HUSBANDS GRANDPARENTS CAME TO US FROM HUNGARY, GRANDFATHER WAS FROM BUDAPEST, AND GRANDMOTHER(HORINGER?) FROM A SMALL COUNTRY VILLAGE. AND GREAT UNCLE WAS A ROMAN CATHOLIC CARDINAL( OR SO I'VE BEEN TOLD) LOOKING FOR ANY KOPHAZY
BRENDA KOPHAZY <ssnow@cillnet.net>
COFFEEN, ILLINOIS, USA - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 08:53:11 (EDT)
On Great grandmother SSI Application it list her as comming from Tokay Hungary. So far I cannot find a Tokay Hungary. Family stories said she came from Budapest. Also it lists her father name as David Kalay and mother Margaret Weiss But aslo found said last name was Kalmonivitz. She has proved to be very el;usive can anyone help with these places or names I have? Thanks Deanna
Deanna Allen <gravdiggr84@earthlink.net>
Glen Burnie , USA - Sunday, October 08, 2000 at 09:28:59 (EDT)
Great Website. As a volunteer at the local LDS center I will recommend this site to anyone who is looking for Hungarian History. It has been an interesting learning experience for me. But I will share my knowledge with our researchers. I am researching surnames BITTMANN, HERED and LICHTENBERGERS from the JASD AND BAKONYOSZLOP area of Hungary. Thanks for all your good work on this site. Adrienne Rizzo
Adrienne Rizzo <CARAD@BELLSOUTH.NET >
PORT ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA USA - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 16:57:13 (EDT)
Great Website. As a volunteer at the local LDS center I will recommend this site to anyone who is looking for Hungarian History. It has been an interesting learning experience for me. But I will share my knowledge with our researchers. I am researching surnames BITTMANN, HERED and LICHTENBERGERS from the JASD AND BAKONYOSZLOP area of Hungary. Thanks for all your good work on this site. Adrienne Rizzo
Adrienne Rizzo <CARAD@BELLSOUTH.NET >
PORT ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA USA - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 16:55:53 (EDT)
As a volunteer at the local LDS center I will highly recommend your website. I thoroughly enjoyed all the history that you have researched.I have been looking for any kind of history about Hungary. Thank you. Adrienne Rizzo
Adrienne Rizzo <CARAD@BELLSOUTH.NET>
Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA - Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 16:18:14 (EDT)
I hope to find some of my ancesters!!!
Sabrina
- Saturday, October 07, 2000 at 00:04:57 (EDT)
Hello! I am trying to find out about Stephen Ritzel from Rochester NY
Hamilton Nukuto <Tolofa99@yahoo.com>
Berkeley, California - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 22:41:02 (EDT)
I would be interested in any information yoy could supply regarding my maiden name, Boytos(hungarianBojtos) or information on my mother's maiden name Gonczi. Thank you
Barbara Yednak <bby@bestweb.net>
Somers, NY, - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 21:59:15 (EDT)
have been surfing the internet looking for surname sovary,aka sovari,shovary,shovari, my grandfather andrew john sovary emmigrated to the usa in early 1900 from budapest. tat is all the information i have and would love to learn more about him and my heritage.would love to know if there is any relatives alive and correspond with them. my grandfather died in 1947 in fayette county pa. i did find the surname in your craftsmens and shopkeepers sight. was wondering on if you have other information.
Shirley <plastic.man@gateway.net>
mentor, us - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 19:23:46 (EDT)
I am trying to find out where the surname ABER originates from. I am doing this for a friend who is trying to locate her family-tree. Can you assist me? Thankyou
cecil herbie jones <cecilandjones@yahoo.com>
Valletta, Malta - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 09:25:50 (EDT)
I am trying to find out where the surname ABER originates from. I am doing this for a friend who is trying to locate her family-tree. Can you assist me? Thankyou
cecil herbie jones <cecilandjones@yahoo.com>
Valletta, Malta - Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 09:23:03 (EDT)
Grandfather, Paul Petocz came to USA in August 1903,from Sarkany.Would like info on Petocz in Hungary from 1903 , back.
Paul F. Petocz <ppetocz@ev1.net>
Houston, USA - Wednesday, October 04, 2000 at 10:34:33 (EDT)
Hi I am lookoing for my father his name is Jose Basua. Thank you.
Joanna Basua <indabu222@aol.com>
monrovia , usa - Friday, September 29, 2000 at 02:20:54 (EDT)
Found my grandfathers surname Hrebenyak.What else can I find about this ? Thank you.
James Downey <jsdowney1@home.com>
Hanover Park,ILLinois , USA - Thursday, September 28, 2000 at 21:59:00 (EDT)
Looking for ancestry on John Phillip Gilbert.Married to Della Florance Ingram. Ancestry goes back to Sir Walter Raleigh whose mother was Katherine Gilbert? family crest has squirrels we think? Any info would be great.
cindy sandersen <c.sandersen@wildmail.com>
- Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 01:01:01 (EDT)
Looking for ancestry on john phillip gilbert ancestry goes back to sir Walter raleigh whose mother was Katherine Gilbert? family crest has squirrels we think? Any info would be great.
cindy sandersen <c.sandersen@wildmail.com>
- Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 00:58:04 (EDT)
In the little time spent on your site, I have verified the existance of someone with my family surname in the region of old Hungary where I had beleived they lived. Wonderful site, great resources! Does anyone have info relating to: VINGA, TEMES, Hungary - surname DRAGINOV. Nickolas Draginov b.8-Sep-1886, m.16-Nov-1907, d.18-Mar-1925. Immigrated to USA on SS Main from Bremen Germany on 16-Dec-1905. He was a blacksmith and could speak 12 languages. I believe his parents were Dome Draginov & Anna Jacobs and he had at least one sister. ORCIFALVA, TEMES, Hungary - surnames HELMER, KIRCH, ANSELM, KLEMEN, SCHEIDT, SCHREIBER, SEILER, HELNER. Agatha Elizabeth Helmer b.23-Feb-1883, m.16-Nov-1907, d.16-Jan-1976. Immigrated to USA on SS Main from Bremen Germany on 16-Dec-1905. She had a hair lip that detracted from her looks. She came from a poorer family and had to work in the surrounding area as a child to earn money for the family. Her parents were Nikolaus Helmer b.15-Dec-1857, m. 27-Nov-1878, d.1910 & Barbara Scheidt b. 21-Jan-1859, m.27-Nov-1878, d.1936. She had at least one brother Nicholas Helmer b.1877, d.2-Jun-1904 and several sisters Barbara H. Helmer b. 6-Jan-1890, Elizabeth Helmer b.23-Jan-1892, Katherine (Kate) Helmer b.5-Mar-1897, Magdalena Helmer. Some family was brought to the USA by Agatha after she settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. Others still live in the Orcifalva region, now Romania. Agatha's grandparents were Nikolaus Helmer & Anna Anselm and Nikolaus Scheidt & Katharine (Catharina) Seiler.
Carl Draginoff <seadragon@fuse.net>
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - Monday, September 25, 2000 at 16:41:42 (EDT)
I am trying to locate my natural father whom I believe was involved in the Hungarian Uprising. I was born in the UK in February 1958, my mother's name was Jean Sigley. She met my father while he was billeted at a school in either Mile Oak or Fazeley, both towns close to Tamworth in Staffordshire. I believe he was there with a number of other refugees from the Uprising. I know his first name was Josef and that he was from Budapest. I believe he had been wounded in the shoulder (shot) and I also believe the authorities wished to question him about the death of a Russian soldier. I understand he returned to Hungary in 1957/58. I think he wrote to my mother (who died a few years ago) for a while after his return, then contact stopped. I have been trying for a number of years to track him down. I have made enquiries with the Home Office in the UK, the Hungarian Embassy in Canberra (I presently live in Australia), the British and Hungarian Embassies in Vienna ( I understand many refugees fled Hungary via Vienna) and the Prime Minister's Office in Hungary. Unfortunately none of these enquiries proved fruitful - I was trying to see if any lists had been maintained of persons leaving Hungary/entering the UK or returning to Hungary in the late 50s. I have also asked close relatives in the UK if they are able to help but unfortunately all of the relatives who may have been able to help are now dead. I was wondering if there were any organisations in Hungary or associations of persons caught up in the Uprising who I might be able to contact to see if they are able to help me by putting my story in a newspaper/newsletter/web page etc to see if it elicited any response. It is in this regard I seek your assistance - perhaps you know of such organisations or might be able to put me in touch with someone who does - I can then continue with my search. I do appreciate I am searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack but feel that until I have tried all avenues open to me I cannot stop searching. I look forward to hearing from you Stephen Williams
Stephen Williams <williams@tower.net.au>
Perth, Australia - Monday, September 25, 2000 at 10:43:33 (EDT)
I have a hard time trying to locate my ancestors under the name Baquero
patricia aviles <patriciaaviles_2000_ca@yahoo.com>
burlington, canada (ontario) - Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 18:40:59 (EDT)
interested in area as ancestors from Ostbevern
Nancy Siebeneck Croy <croy@gte.net>
Swanton Ohio, usa - Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at 17:55:16 (EDT)
its nice thanks
di <surfingdi1@aol.com>
- Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 14:19:58 (EDT)
vivo en alska .tengo 71 anos mi pdre era nacido en palma de mallorca.me gustaria saber si alguien vive todavia por esos lados matias mas palmer ,era el nombre de mi padre.naci en argentina en 1929.el nacio en palma el 1902 vino a argentina a los 18anosagradecere informacion amiga .
manuel mario mas <manuelmmas@gci.net>
polo norte , alaska usa - Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 00:00:59 (EDT)
My message was lost previously. I think you have a great site. I was hoping someone could identify a town my grandparents lived in. The town name I've been told is "Dipsweather". Family names are Klaszkin and Potyen. Thank you,
Phil Klasskin <pmkrnk@yahoo.com>
St. Louis, Missouri, USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 11:26:57 (EDT)
Most of the surnames you list are not Jewish. What are the chances of tracing Jewish ancestors through your site?
Mimi Simon <teaneck@gateway.net>
USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 11:05:28 (EDT)
Most of the surnames you list are not Jewish. What are the chances of tracing Jewish ancestors through your site?
Mimi Simon <teaneck@gateway.net>
USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 10:45:14 (EDT)
I am looking for a background on the Elek family from Hungary
Jonathan Elek <jelek69@hotmail.com>
Raleigh, USA - Sunday, September 03, 2000 at 21:24:18 (EDT)
Hi Varga,here is a Varga from Croatia.Can you research my genealogy=? But please send me your home page
darko varga <darko.varga@bilje.hr>
osijek, croatia - Saturday, September 02, 2000 at 14:52:49 (EDT)
Hi Varga,here is a Varga from Croatia.Can you research my genealogy=?
darko varga <darko.varga@bilje.hr>
osijek, croatia - Saturday, September 02, 2000 at 14:51:32 (EDT)
Two years ago I sent you $120 to research my husband's family (Weinad-Jung)in Gadacs. You completed partial research for which you said I owed $44 and proposed to do further research in Budapest for $62. Since I had sent you $120, there was plenty of money for you to do that research. I have never heard back from you and you have not responded to my e-mails. I trusted that you would do the work for which I had paid. Why have you not responded?
Deborah Wein <dwein@mail.ccsd.k12.co.us>
USA - Saturday, September 02, 2000 at 10:59:01 (EDT)
would like to know where my last name came from (the orgin)
Brittany Charles <brittcharles_23@yahoo.com>
USA - Thursday, August 31, 2000 at 20:49:35 (EDT)
Looking for LOVASZ family members related to the LOVASZ family from Doroszlo. Grandfather Ferencz(b. 17/1/1883) emigrated to USA in 1907. Brothers and remaining family moved away from Doroszlo. Gfather married Eelon Kaman.Please email to lovas@sssnet.com if you have any information. Thank you Dennis
Dennis F. Lovas <lovas@sssnet.com>
Canal Fulton, Ohio, USA - Monday, August 28, 2000 at 16:34:20 (EDT)
LOOKING FOR A PERSON & ONE CAME UP, BUT NO INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO GO FARTHER. I WOULD LIKE TO GET SOME INFORMATION ON THIS PERSON. JOSEPH GROSZ FROM HUNGARY. THIS IS THE 1ST TIME I'VE BEEN IN YOUR WEBSITE & I'D LIKE TO USE IT.
VALERIE SPRINGER <VALZACS@AOL.COM>
VERDI, NEVADA, USA - Monday, August 28, 2000 at 13:06:14 (EDT)
I am looking fir the back ground of my famely
Gregory Gill
- Monday, August 28, 2000 at 10:36:13 (EDT)
i am looking for the back ground of my famely.
Gregory Gill <mcc@jaxn.com>
jackson, tn us - Monday, August 28, 2000 at 10:34:10 (EDT)
Hiya! Looking for more information on Csaky.
Michael Csaky <mikecsak@ages.com>
West Palm Beach, Florida, USA - Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 17:14:14 (EDT)
Thank you for developing this excellent site for Hungarian Genealogy research. I have been so jealous of all the sites and data available to people doing Irish, Scotish or English research - I was thrilled when I came upon yours for Hungarians.
Sally Berta Pearson <sberta_53217@yahoo.com>
Milwaukee, USA - Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 12:47:07 (EDT)
Hi I'm looking for Schober family members. We have a distant realative by the name of Sarolta Almasi living in Leanrfalu Hungary.... Can you help??
Karen Johnson <Richardj2@bigpond.com.au>
Perth , Western Australia - Wednesday, August 23, 2000 at 04:43:40 (EDT)
you are doing a good thing with your site
Keblusek Robert J. <rkwilt@aol.com>
Orland Park ,Ill., USA - Wednesday, April 05, 2000 at 03:35:15 (EDT)
Started about 1 yr ago and used your site to help guide me. I have also recommended it to new genealogy researchers such as myself. Great work, thank you for taking the time and effort.
David Loguda <GunDave@aol.com>
Omaha, Nebraska, USA - Tuesday, April 04, 2000 at 22:02:51 (EDT)
Hello, I have been searching for information regarding my ggrandparents Francis Beisigl, and Bertha von Lampe, or just Lampe. Francis fought in the Kossuth Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Francis and Bertha came to the USA in 1850. I have no idea where in Hungary Francis was born. All I know is that my late mother said he was from Hungary, and Bertha was a German. I have gone to the Family History Center in San Diego, California, but found nothing. I am running out of ideas of where to look for my ggrandparents Richard Beisigl
Richard Beisigl <rbeisigl@cts.com>
El Cajon, California, USA - Tuesday, April 04, 2000 at 01:53:43 (EDT)
Hello, I would very much like any lit. you would have on my surname as i have little family to tell me about our history. thanks in advance!
Andrew Gaal <sticks@ils.net>
sutton , canada - Sunday, April 02, 2000 at 22:27:34 (EDT)
WITH THIS FILE I HOPE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MY GREAT-GRANDPARENTS. JANOS AND ROZA MADARASZCAME TO THE USA BETWEEN 1890-1910 FROM HUNGARY. SALLY WILSEY (MADARAS(Z))
SALLY WILSEY (MADARAS(Z)) <WILSECD@INDY.NET>
CARMEL INDIANA, USA - Friday, March 31, 2000 at 14:39:45 (EST)
Help?! This is about my last resort to find information about my ancestors. Where is/was Pankota Hungary, circa 1903?
Dan Reznicsek <djam2007@juno.com>
Salem, Oregon, U.S.A - Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 23:56:33 (EST)
Do you have any info on the coal mines of Baranya (county) in South Western Hungary, and if you do can you send me a list of the workers from 1890 to 1970 by the name of Novak from a coal mine called Istvan Akna, near the small village of Somogy/ Vasas I am trying to do research of my fathers family history, they were all coal miners. If you could it would do me a great deal of help. If you can't then would you please e-mail me on what you do research? Sincerely, Ben Novak age 14
Ben Novak <skater2223@aol.com>
Alhambra, United States - Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 18:50:21 (EST)
This appears to be a great site for researching our Magyar ancestry. But the names that I am searching don't seem to be here. BEJCZY and BOLLA. I received information that there are only 47 BEJCZY entries in the phone book for all of Hungary. The particular BEJCZY surname branch died, there are no more. Of the five surnames that immigrated to Detroit, Michigan in my family, only one survives. On another subject about Americanized names, it should be known that if the interviewers at Ellis Island could not pronounce or spell the immigrants name correctly, they were turned away. I know it sounds cruel but that is what they did. My own grandfather actually changed his last name upon entry, picking a name from a newspaper. the problem this creates is that we don't know what his real name is.
G Crawford <gbc1650@hotmail.com>
Washington, United States - Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 14:44:04 (EST)
Brother Kovatch, you must have blinked inopportunely. The NAGY surname has the most hits. Janos, you have done well. Grandpa Feri
Frank Nagy <fnagy@gfn.org>
Grand Blanc, MI, USA - Wednesday, March 22, 2000 at 19:53:23 (EST)
I see that Kovach has the most hits. Your database is pretty extensive. I am very impressed.
Larry Kovach Jr. <LarryK35@centurytel.net>
Lorain, Ohio, USA - Sunday, March 19, 2000 at 01:53:35 (EST)
I think this is a great site. I am hoping to find anyone with these surnames: Lelik, Benedek, Gombkoto, Kadar. Does anyone know how to look up relatives who served in World War I? My Great Grandfather Kalman Lelik fought in Hungary but was persumed dead or missing. Is there somewhere I can get records of these men so I can have a copy? Please any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for any replies.
Carolyn Lelik Nye <canbnyes@aol.com>
California, USA - Saturday, March 18, 2000 at 21:32:07 (EST)
Well, I couldn't find anything about my surname genealogy.
Eduardo Csasznik <eduardo@cosmosvideo.com.br>
Manaus, Brazil - Friday, March 17, 2000 at 13:00:20 (EST)
i think it is great to help each other in need love merry
mary m kocsis <meryjan @aol.com>
wetport , ct fairfield - Thursday, March 16, 2000 at 11:06:08 (EST)
Looking for past generations of Mincey's or Minchew's from S.C., N.C., and Virginia: Purdee,Dread, etc.
D.L.Floyd <dlfloyd@hotmail.com>
- Tuesday, March 14, 2000 at 23:51:47 (EST)
Very interesting site.
Attila Csaky <scsaky@msn.com>
Richmond, , Virginia USA - Tuesday, March 14, 2000 at 20:33:52 (EST)
Looking for information on any Schek family members who came to the United States in the late 1800s/early 1900s, and settled in New Jersey.
Tom Schek <tandtschek@aol.com>
- Monday, March 13, 2000 at 21:48:01 (EST)
How can I find who there are the desendents of Susana Zavaczki and János Farkas?only János Farkas Jr. emigrated to Argentina(he was my grand father),he left some brothers in Magyar Orzag.They were fro Feled,Rimaskasobota now Slovakia. He was baptaised in Feled,1923 october 8. I will happy to know if there is a way to find his brothers
Diego Gonzalez <mgonza2856@aol.com>
- Monday, March 13, 2000 at 14:13:08 (EST)
I am looking for my great-grandparents, both of whom were born in Austria-Hungary (Slovakia). Stefan LEDVAK was born in Brezovica, Slovakia around 1866 to John LEDVAK of Torysa and Rozalia KOVAL of Brezovica. Stefan's wife, Juliana SAKSA, was born about 1870 to George SAKSA & Juliana HUDI. Think the SAKSA family was from Bratislava area, but I am not sure. The SAKSA family emigrated to Bridgeport Connecticut USA in the mid-1880s. Before emigrating to the US, George SAKSA worked at the Vienna Royal Stables. I believe he trained the horses. George & Juliana Hudi Saksa went back to Slovakia in the 1900s. Stefan LEDVAK came to Bridgeport Connecticut in the mid-1880s by himself. His older brother Andrew LEDVAK was already in Bridgeport when Stefan came over. Their younger sister, Frances Anna LEDVAK, came to Bridgeport in 1891. I would love to be able to go further back in my family -- does anyone else have any info on them? Thank you.
Jamie O'Brien <jamie.a.obrien@gte.net>
New York City, New York, USA - Monday, March 13, 2000 at 13:48:02 (EST)
This is a great site! I am looking for info on the Szemko (Samko) surname. My family originated in Gyomre Pest, Hungary. John Szemko (died 1895) and his wife, Mary, owned an ice house along the river and his son Joseph came to America 1900. If you can help, please e mail me.
Angela Snyder <Spyderink@yahoo.com>
Jeromesville, Ohio, USA - Saturday, March 11, 2000 at 15:44:03 (EST)
mihaly bodo : www.cyberwarexl.com/bodo
mihaly bodo < bodo@cyberwarexl.com>
barcelona, spain - Saturday, March 11, 2000 at 13:41:29 (EST)
The painting gallery of Mihaly Bodo , hungarian artist resident in Barcelona. Oil paintings and electronic pencil proyects.
mihaly bodo <bodo@cyberwarexl.com >
barcelona, spain - Saturday, March 11, 2000 at 13:33:23 (EST)
Excellent web page. You have a wealth of valuable information.
Det.Augustine Papay <papay@sprynet.com>
Chester, NY, USA - Thursday, March 09, 2000 at 17:30:25 (EST)
For a Litvak, I am impressed with the volume of information on Hungarian Jews. I still need help finding keywords for some information: 1. Surnames of Jews before WWII in Satoraljaujhely & Census of Jews buried in Jewish cemeteries in Satoraljaujhely.
Howard V. Epstein <hepstein@mindspring.com>
Atlanta, USA - Tuesday, March 07, 2000 at 17:14:51 (EST)
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate two of your Professors Laszlo Zentai andZoltan Szabofor their information On Webmap and Genealogy search. Many thanks.
Joseph Zigovits Jr. <joezig@bright.net>
Paulding, U.S.A. - Monday, March 06, 2000 at 21:08:21 (EST)
Interested in finding relatives of my grandparents Istvan and Marie (Grebenar) Gubics lived around Felsoszolnok. My father, Lorinc, was born in 1885.
William E. Gubish <Bil2Joan@aol.com>
Bethlehem, Pa., USA - Monday, March 06, 2000 at 19:56:01 (EST)
This website is very helpful. Researching relatives from the village of Detk. In the county of Heves. Surname "Pal". I have determined there are many "Pal" surnames from that area. Thank you for all your hard work.
John Pall <john.pall@wcom.com>
Woodhaven, Michigan, United States - Saturday, March 04, 2000 at 12:40:47 (EST)
I am looking for informaiton on the Elekes family or Farkas family from Budapest. I enjoy your site and will continue to visit. Thank you for putting so much time and effort into creating a link.
CSmith <cici65@email.com>
Biloxi,MS, United States - Saturday, March 04, 2000 at 01:33:41 (EST)
I think its a very helpful and useful for the right type of people, as I myself is searching for my heritage.
Richard Craig Pesti <rcpesti@Home.com>
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada - Saturday, March 04, 2000 at 00:05:22 (EST)
searching for family of above in Hungry
Zsuzsanna Komaromi <kzs@kconline.com>
Ashley, USA - Friday, March 03, 2000 at 03:01:42 (EST)
Researching Kozma/Lingvai families from Visk/Budapest. The families came to the US in 1910 and 1913. Any information would be welcome. Nice site!
Amy Thomas <Racinkid@earthlink.net>
Charlotte, NC - Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 21:00:59 (EST)
Hello mindekinek, keresem Nyirmadarol szarmazott emberek jelentkezeset.
Leskó Péter <leskop@drotposta.hu>
Nyirmada, Hungary - Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 15:07:10 (EST)
Looking for relatives
Zsuzanna Komaromi <KZS@KCONLINE.COM>
USA - Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 00:17:24 (EST)
Looking for relatives
Zsuzanna Komaromi <KZS@KCONLINE.COM>
USA - Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 00:17:20 (EST)
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dsc, sx - Tuesday, February 29, 2000 at 14:19:55 (EST)
Researching PRASZLICSKAI from Tiszalok, KISS from Csobaj and MATEJKA from Csomod. All families of grandparents who came to Canada in 1920's. Thankyou for your great site!
J. West <jwest@rttinc.com>
Red Deer, AB, Canada - Tuesday, February 29, 2000 at 01:50:02 (EST)
Very interesting! I'm trying to find information about my ancesters. Szekula's from Budapest, Kisterenye,Györ and Sopron in Hungary. Any information is more than welcome. Thanks for your good work. As a result of visiting your pages I've allready made contact with Szekula's around the globe.Köszönöm szépen!
László Szekula <szekula31@zonnet.nl>
Beverwijk, Netherlands - Monday, February 28, 2000 at 14:30:27 (EST)
I am searching for my birthmother who left Hungary in 1956 and came to Buffalo New York. Her name was Elizabeth Varga. She was born in 1933. She gave me up for adoption in Buffalo, NY. She listed Gizella Gyurszanky as next of kin. My full name at bith was Monica Varga Barany. I am looking for any and all infor about Elizabeth, about family names of Varga and Barany and info. on how Hungarians fled during the 1956 revolt and organizations who helped with settlement in the U.S. Thanks for such a great site!
Deborah Deuro-Naughton <DDN1@aol.com>
Niagara falls New York, United States - Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 00:41:05 (EST)
I am the daughter of an Hungarian woman who fled Hungary in 1956. She came to U.S.A. and gave me up for adoption. I am searching for my Hungarian family and have a web page of information. www.geocities.com/d_naughton-2000/
Deborah Deuro-Naughton <DDN1@aol.com>
Niagara Falls, New York , NY USA - Saturday, February 26, 2000 at 23:47:05 (EST)
my mother was a kosa from olcsvaapati around 1924. I appreciate what you have accomplished.
louis seper <louseper@inlink.com>
st.louis mo., u.s.a. - Saturday, February 26, 2000 at 21:25:43 (EST)
Interesting site if some search is available. My father immigrated to the USA about 1900 and changed his name to Leiter. I would like to determine the real name which I think was "Lithroboski" and want to know if such a spelling exist
Anton Leiter <ANTONLEITER@ATT.NET>
Orlando, Florida, USA - Friday, February 25, 2000 at 15:38:40 (EST)
HELLO MINDENKI, (legalábbis aki olvas ilyesmit!:) ÉN E DRÁGA ERDÉLYBŐL, ÉS ANNAK IS A LEGSZEBB VÁROSÁBÓL,SYÉKELYUDVARHELYRŐL PIRKÁLOK! DE HOGYHA MEGLÁTOGATOD A FENTI link RELYTETTE HONLAPOMAT AKKOR TÖBBET IS MEGTUDHATSZ RÓLAM ÉS VÁROSOMRÓL(ÁS ANNAK KÖRNYÉKÉRŐL) =:) ~:) g:) q:) |:)
Fórika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
Székelyudvarhely, Románia - Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 11:05:34 (EST)
HELLO MINDENKI, (legalábbis aki olvas ilyesmit!:) ÉN E DRÁGA ERDÉLYBŐL, ÉS ANNAK IS A LEGSZEBB VÁROSÁBÓL,SYÉKELYUDVARHELYRŐL PIRKÁLOK! DE HOGYHA MEGLÁTOGATOD A FENTI link RELYTETTE HONLAPOMAT AKKOR TÖBBET IS MEGTUDHATSZ RÓLAM ÉS VÁROSOMRÓL(ÁS ANNAK KÖRNYÉKÉRŐL) =:) ~:) g:) q:) |:)
Fórika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
Székelyudvarhely, Románia - Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 11:04:51 (EST)
WOW! Haven't fully browsed the area, but it looks very interesting. Am searching for my husbands ancestors that came from Temes, Moravitsa, Hungary. Didn't know how to go about it very well, but this looks like it could provide me with much help. The surname MASSONG is not a very common one so I think I should have some luck with your site!! Thank you.
Colleen Massong <massong@aol.com>
- Wednesday, February 23, 2000 at 21:34:32 (EST)
Grandparents left Hungary in the 1880's
Robert Gyurkovics <gundog@cyberportal.net>
Holderness,New Hampshire, USA - Monday, February 21, 2000 at 10:40:43 (EST)
I was excited to finally see a genealogy site for Hungary. I am trying to research beyond my great grandparents ... but it is difficult due to deaths and war. I don't know much about my roots and I hope to use your resources to begin my search. Keep it up!
Andrea Zolnai <zolnai@netcom.ca>
Windsor, Canada - Sunday, February 20, 2000 at 12:11:29 (EST)
I just read some of your work in Radix . Keep up the good work. I hope to be in touch with you soon, Sincerely William Mako
William Mako <wmako@richnet.net>
Shelby,ohio, USA - Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 19:13:31 (EST)
i dont get it
me
- Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 04:22:56 (EST)
Need information on my gt gd father Stephan LETH, born in Nagybecskerek Hungary. His 4 daughters and spouses immiigrated to US 1906-1912. He came to US in 1912. Surnames are SKOK, SCHMIDT, WIG, and POSNER I am descended from Peter and Elizabeth(LETH)SKOK
George N. Schok <gschok@voicenet.com>
Churchville PA, USA - Friday, February 18, 2000 at 15:23:07 (EST)
Trying to find out about nationality
CZERVENYAK <billvic99@aol.com>
Pittsburgh, PA, USA - Friday, February 18, 2000 at 11:45:24 (EST)
REEEEALLY enjoyed your website. Koszonom szepen. If you are searching APATHY, SEBESI, or UGRON please contaact me at: * Laszlo B. APATHY, III * Business Services Tech.-GTE & MSgt.-USAF Reserve 191 Selma Ave., Englewood, Florida 34223-3830 USA * Tel:941-474-4774 Pager:941-742-4215 FAX:941-475-9187 or 497-6129 * EMail: LaszloApathy@home.com ICQ#:12869055 * http://www.members.home.net/laszloapathy/apathyfamily.htm --------- * AAA - "Apati/Apathy Ancestral Association (Osok Tarsasaga)" (est.1995) * (von NagyTot & Dombos/Woldorf, Transylvania Region, Hungary, Nov.1609) * WWWW/W4 - "Wiebelt-Wetzel-Weibel-Wood" of Rhine-Pfalz/Palatinate, Germany * "Genealogy & Family History is our hobby..., We collect (deceased) ancestors" * "It is so VERY sad to lose a culture and it's language" * "Never consider an immigrant to become a loyal American citizen, unless he retains his love for his motherland" - Abraham Lincoln * "Buszke magyar vagyok en, Erdely nott torzsoke famnak" * Researchers say, "Insanity is hereditary, you get it from your children" :-)))
Laszlo B. Apathy, III <LaszloApathy@home.com>
Englewood, Florida, USA - Wednesday, February 16, 2000 at 22:14:37 (EST)
I am interested in Genealogy and tracing my parents who were born in Hungary.My mother name was Julia Toth born 12-23-1901 in Parad, Her father was Joachim Toth born 1875 in Heves Megye died 1903 his wife Maria Kives Born 1878 in Heves Megye.My father was William S. Molnar borm 8-15-1894 His father was Joseph Molnar born in 5/23/ 1854 in Szabolcs as was her wife Bobala Csordas born 3/30/1864. Iwill send more information if I have more. I appreciate any help you offer. Thank You, Bill Molnar
wm s. molnar <bmo6426731@aol.com>
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301, USA - Tuesday, February 15, 2000 at 13:58:43 (EST)
I am interested in Genealogy and tracing my parents who were born in Hungary.My mother name was Julia Totj born 12-23-1901 in Parad, Her father was Joachim Toth born 1875 in Heves Megye died 1903 his wife Maria Kives Born 1878 in Heves Megye.My father was William S. Molnar borm 8-15-1894 His father was Joseph Molnar born in 5/23/ 1854 in Szabolcs as was her wife Bobala Csordas born 3/30/1864. Iwill send more information if I have more. I appreciate any help you offer. Thank You, Bill Molnar
wm s. molnar <bmo6426731@aol.com>
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301, USA - Tuesday, February 15, 2000 at 13:57:18 (EST)
can anyone locate the village/town of doroslov and bascka in relation to budapest.thanks
dennis lovasz <lovas@sssnet.com>
canal fulton,ohio, usa - Monday, February 14, 2000 at 22:51:04 (EST)
Great site - but please reply to my e-mail (no reply to last message last month)
Don Klein <kleindr@att.net>
Longboat Key, Florida, USA - Sunday, February 13, 2000 at 13:11:37 (EST)
You have an incredible site! Thank you for putting it up. I viewed the Industry and Trade Director of Hungary in 1891. Will you someday have a list of the trades and tradeguilds? I think many people doing genealogy research would find that very interesting. Sincerely, Richard Garza Houston, Texas, USA
Richard Garza <richardgarza1@juno.com>
- Friday, February 11, 2000 at 14:04:03 (EST)
I hope you can find familiars, alive, i have 27 years old, and iwant to give a surprise to my grandfather on his 91 years old birthday.He came to Argentina on 1930, he was born on 1909/30/11, his father was a Count Szajbely Ivan Lajos, and his mother was Szakmary Chargit Francisca Karolina,they were from Budapest, my grandfather tried to go to Brasil to search and investigate aborigens, and the ship that was coming went to Bs As, he find a Austrian girl recently came to Argentina, and fall in love, came my father in 1936, then me 1972. Maybe im the last of Szajbely on earth, maybe not. A baby is coming soon , my wife is pregnant, maybe is boy. Iwant to know about the history of my family, i want to give back something to my grandpa before he dies,Can you Help me,How much it cost: Argentina is not Usa, is very little wat i earn per month. I wait for your mail back
Ivan Szajbely <ivansz@sinectis.com.ar>
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Wednesday, February 09, 2000 at 23:32:08 (EST)
Thank you!! I wish I could get a list of the synagogues/cemeteries in Nyiregyhaza. Maybe it would be easier to find my "Weiss" family!!
Susan Stock <suzecrazy@aol.com>
Agoura Hills, Calif 91301, USA - Wednesday, February 09, 2000 at 21:20:48 (EST)
Found my surname on your website. My grandparents emigrated from Slovaka during the 1900's. Am interested in your web site however, not sure what information is available from the site. How do I determined what information is available?
Ron Hrehor <Ronhrehor@Compuserve.com>
The Woodlands, Texas, USA - Wednesday, February 09, 2000 at 13:44:50 (EST)
I am 1/4 Hungarian and my family came to the USA in 1901. Thier name was mispronounced and changed to Pashuta. I know they are from the Zemplain area but I know little else about our history or Hungary in general. If anyone could help me in the least bit I would love to get e-mail from them. Thanks, Candace
Candace Norris <cmn2b@mtsu.edu>
Murfreesboro, USA - Wednesday, February 09, 2000 at 12:22:12 (EST)
is there any chance in the future for a search for proffesions like doctors like your doing for shopkeepers/?
cliff torok <torok007webtv.com>
cartersville, u.s. - Tuesday, February 08, 2000 at 20:48:18 (EST)
is there any chance in the future for a search for proffesions like doctors like your doing for shopkeepers/?
cliff torok <torok007webtv.com>
cartersville, u.s. - Tuesday, February 08, 2000 at 20:48:16 (EST)
Looking for info on my Grandmother - Anna Mae Kajsca. The last name spelling is as we know it. She came to PA, USA around 1910.
Robert Lance <rwlance@aol.com>
Hazel Green, AL, USA - Monday, February 07, 2000 at 23:30:41 (EST)
I am having no luck in finding my ancestors "BALOG, LOUI" i believe he moved to the Indiana or Illinois area in the late 1800's
cheryl balog wenberg <cswoodie2@earthlink.net>
coronado calif., usa - Monday, February 07, 2000 at 17:38:45 (EST)
Great Page!
Eric Stoycon <Stoycon@earthlink.net>
Irvine, CA, USA - Sunday, February 06, 2000 at 22:50:26 (EST)
Love your site. I am going to join t his week. I hope to get some info onmy grandfather Karl Loos. Thanks Carl
carl loos <traveler@hgo.net>
benwood, usa - Sunday, February 06, 2000 at 19:31:41 (EST)
I found my name, Fuschak, in your Craftsmen and Shopkeepers in Hungary in 1891. This is the first time I've found my name dating that far back in time on the internet. My grandfather was born in Anina, Ungarn in 1865...that's about all I have learned about our name, but would like to know more.
Dan Fuschak <dfuschak@bellsouth.net>
Peachtree City, USA - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 22:34:02 (EST)
lOOKING FOR A MAP OF gASZTONY OR CSAKANYDOROSZLO, Szarvaskend Hungary I am also trying to set a family tree. Help...
ZIGOVITS, JOSEPH <joezig@bright.net>
Paulding, Ohio 45879, USA - Friday, February 04, 2000 at 17:05:50 (EST)
lOOKING FOR A MAP OF gASZTONY OR CSAKANYDOROSZLO, Szarvaskend Hungary
ZIGOVITS, JOSEPH <joezig@bright.net>
Paulding, Ohio 45879, USA - Friday, February 04, 2000 at 17:04:02 (EST)
I tried many avenues just can't find anything on our name.
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast , Queensland Australia - Friday, February 04, 2000 at 00:54:40 (EST)
I am looking for any information on the surname Barathy
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast Queensland, Australia - Friday, February 04, 2000 at 00:52:05 (EST)
I am looking for any information on the surname Barathy
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast Queensland, Australia - Friday, February 04, 2000 at 00:51:27 (EST)
Be called Joseph HAPAK.Live in Czech REPIBLICE. Search men like names. Thank. Joseph HAPAK Czech Republic, Europe
Josef Hapak <micuh@hitech.cz>
Czech Republic, Europe - Thursday, February 03, 2000 at 08:11:44 (EST)
Aloha from Hawaii! I am a retired librarian who worked for many years in the Hawaii State Archives and helped many people with their genealogical researches. I found your web site today and wonder if you can give me some help with my own genealogical problem. My great-great grandfather was James T. (Tasse-Tassy-Tossay?)SCHONWALD. He was born in Hungary about 1801. He was a physician (practicing hydropathy and herbal medicine) in and around Vienna and Weiner Neustadt up until the 1850's when he suddenly appeared in New York. Family tradition says that as a young man he had been cheated out of his inheritance and changed his name (Tasse, etc?) to the name of the family estate (Schonwald) where he was born of noble birth. A mid-19th century gazetteer of Hungary lists only one place with the name of Schonwald. It is or was located in the county of Szepes, described as a "farmstead" under Toporcz. I know that this area is now in Slovakia and was once home to many ethnic Germans. I would be delighted if you could help me find anything about Dr. Schonwald and his origins, or at least give me some guidance as to where I may be able to go for further research. Thank you so much for your fine website.
Richard F. Thompson <xpictoc@juno.com>
Kaneohe (island of Oahu), Hawaii, USA - Wednesday, February 02, 2000 at 18:37:41 (EST)
Looking for my grandparents relatives. JANO KEMENYVARI(originally KUTYAN - changed during WWII) had 14 brothers & sisters - born 1/5/09. JULIANA NAGY had 15 brothers and sisters. I have 29 great aunts and uncles out there. Contact: Ann M. (Kemenyvari) Michalk
Ann Marie Michalk <ann92@kvvp.com>
Anacoco, LA, USA - Wednesday, February 02, 2000 at 17:42:05 (EST)
I like you site! I am searching for relatives of Janos Kemenyvari (Kutyan - original name) and Juliana Nugy. ann92@kvvp.com Keep up the great work!
Ann Marie Michalk <ann92@kvvp.com>
Anacoco, LA, USA - Wednesday, February 02, 2000 at 17:19:24 (EST)
Thanyou very,very much for what you have done wth putting all this information together. As my funding permits I will be contacting you again. Take care, and thank you.
Joe G. Husar <jwjhusar@webtv.net>
Harrison, Mt., USA - Wednesday, February 02, 2000 at 01:45:43 (EST)
born in Pecs,1930,parents divorced in1932,lost contact with Barics side of the family,left Hungary in 1945,came to Australia in 1950.been to Hungary 3 times but no luck finding fathers grave.Vandel Barics
Barics Istvan. <barics@net_tech.com.A u.>
- Monday, January 31, 2000 at 23:14:41 (EST)
Just,Thank You
Tony Szachury(Szacsuri) <itsme121760@aol.com>
Aurora, U.S.A. - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 19:02:23 (EST)
I'm researching the following surnames: BODA,Andras-b.Oct.27,1893 in ?Satumik or ?Dezso Haz, Arad (parents Andras/Kathleen) married CSORDAS, Margaret-b.June10,1899 in ?Siliudia, Arad (parents George/Anna Lukacs) and ZSOMBOR, Frank-b.Oct15,1892 in ?Fejer Medja, Dunaysentile (parents Joseph/Elizabeth Toth) married KOVACS, Elizabeth-b.Aug.30,1896 in ?Tolna Medja, Bacske - assistance with the town names/locations would be most beneficial if you recognize but any hints will be appreciated! Your site is pretty awesome! Thanks, Kendy
Kendy Zsombor <frenzy@telusplanet.net>
Magrath, Alberta, Canada - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 18:54:48 (EST)
lookung for relayives in Hungary
Barics Istvan <barics @net_Tech.com.AU>
- Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 18:46:56 (EST)
Very nice, I can only imagine the work you have put into this project. It is often difficult to find 'old world' relatives. Thank you for your hard work, it makes it easier for others to search.
Nancy Hrometz Bartlett <HrometzOne@aol.com>
- Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 12:30:44 (EST)
I cannot thank you enough for all the work you have put into this site. I have learned more insite into my family in the last 2hrs than all the past 18 months of research. Thank you so much. I will be in further contact!
julie molnar-blalock <sblalock@swbell.net>
San Antonio, Texas, USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 01:09:16 (EST)
Iam trying to research my grandfather FERDINAND WEBER (VEBER) born about 1850.He lived in Nagyszentmiklos, Torontol county.(today in Romania). He lived there but may not have been born there. He was a barber there.He married Ewa Bachman about 1878 and they had 9 children.He died in 1906 and is burried in Nagyszentmiklos. Any information on his place of birth and his Parents will be greatly appreciated.Thank You.
Nicholas Weber < Nikweb24@aol.com>
Dearborn. Michigan, U. S. A. - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 11:25:47 (EST)
Looking for inform. on Jonas Vitez coat of arms or family crest and family history. He came thru Ellis Island in approx 1896 when he was 17, leaving his parents and 1 brother and 2 sisters there. He had seen and later married here, Elizabeth Czeranko, whose family came here approx 1894 thru Ellis Island and settled in Clearfield County,Pennsylvania USA. The whole family came: parents, 3 girls, and 1 son. We would love to find out anything about them! She was from near Budapest. He was too, and he worked as a servant for a landowner and remembered seeing Elizabeth working in those fields! Please send a reply to acknowledge receipt of this and if you could help us! Thank you! Cynthia Vitez Daniels
Cynthia Vitez Daniels <vitezdaniels@yahoo.com>
McHenry, Maryland, USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 10:41:08 (EST)
I'm looking for information or help to a distant relation for me in the USA! His name Dénes (cca.: Dennis) Erney, he was born in Budapest, at 15. Juny 1948. His family emmigrated in 1950 to Switzerland. He learned there. Cca. after 1974 he moved to the USA. His address is unknown. If You can help me, how can I him find, or wich organisation, institute, etc can help me; please send me an e-mail!!!! Thank You! (I'm sorry, my English is very bad...) És akkor magyarul is, hátha valaki így jobban megérti: Segítséget kérek bárkitöl, akinek ötlete van, hogy hogyan találhatom meg egy távoli rokonomat. Neve Erney Dénes, 1948.06.15-én született Budapesten. Kb. 1950-ben családjával Svájcba költözött, ott végezte tanulmányait is. Apja halála után - ez 1974-ben volt - az USA-ba távozott, de címet nem adott meg, még testvéreinek sem. Kérem jelentezzen, aki tudja, milyen szervezettöl, intézménytöl, hivataltól, stb. kérhetek segítséget, vagy aki képes arra, hogy öt megtalálja. Köszönöm a segístéget elöre is!!!
Skoumal Krisztián <skoumi@freemail.hu>
Szederkény, Magyarország - Hungary - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 06:45:54 (EST)
looking for information on the Hungarian families Kerekes and Yimmi. Kerekes was found on a list of Hungarian aristocrats
Betty Givens <KENTANDDAN@MSN.COM>
San Diego, USA - Monday, January 24, 2000 at 21:52:28 (EST)
LOOKING FOR HELP TO LOCATE FAMILY MEMBERS IN HUNGARY
ALEXANDER CSICSERI JR. <PIPER140D@PEOPLEPC.COM>
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 14:36:59 (EST)
LOOKING FOR HELP TO LOCATE FAMILY MEMBERS IN HUNGARY
ALEXANDER CSICSERI JR. <PIPER140D@PEOPLEPC.COM>
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 14:35:42 (EST)
Hello, can you please tell me if you have on line any information about the name DARKO. Thank you. Dick Darko
Richard Darko <rdarko@aol.com>
Indpls IN, USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 14:30:04 (EST)
LOOKING FOR HELP TO LOCATE FAMILY MEMBERS IN HUNGARY
ALEXANDER CSICSERI JR. <PIPER140D@PEOPLEPC.COM>
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 14:24:08 (EST)
LOOKING FOR HELP TO LOCATE FAMILY MEMBERS IN HUNGARY
ALEXANDER CSICSERI JR. <PIPER140D@PEOPLEPC.COM>
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 14:23:47 (EST)
Researching the surnames: GERICH, BURGER and DRUHAR--all from Kernei in what was then Yugoslavia. Have some information, but would like to fill in blanks.
Pamela Ingersol <ingersol@sonic.net>
Santa Rosa, CA, USA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 at 00:33:49 (EST)
Great Web page. I am looking for Sopron-mege, the town our family immigrated from in Hungary, thought the name was Austrian, but Sopron is in Hungary, is this a parrish?
Pamela Wilfing <pkw53@aol.com>
- Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 12:49:49 (EST)
1st time on this area of website. Searching any information of my ancestors of Duczer/Orosz (Nyirbator, Hungary). Will deeply appreciate any information given. Thanks!!
Judie Blahut McIntyre <awmcintyre@charter.net>
Hungarian Settlement, Louisiana, USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 15:17:27 (EST)
Hello, nice page, I need more time to regard it. Has anyone the same surname = Kaisler? Then please write me an e-mail because I am doing a family tree. Thank you
Sonja Kaisler <soka@t-online.de>
Emmelshausen, Germany - Monday, January 17, 2000 at 11:03:40 (EST)
This is wonderful! You are a great person to do all this work....
Mary Fingerhut Sherer <mary_sherer@hotmail.com>
USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 00:58:58 (EST)
looking for ancestry. My father's name was Frank Emody. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1919. His father spoke only Hungarian.
Mike Emody <emo51@accnorwalk.com>
Milan, Ohio, USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 12:00:17 (EST)
Researching family names ZSOMBOR, KOVACS, BODA and CSORDAS from Arad and Feher areas in 1890's. Any info would be appreciated. Found your site extremely informative, helpful and interesting. Keep up the valuable work!
Kendy Zsombor <frenzy@telusplanet.net>
Magrath, Alberta, Canada - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 06:33:24 (EST)
Very informative and concise. Janos is a great help. This site was the lighthouse that I was looking for.
Michael Klotz <marlboro@telus.net>
Vancouver BC, Canada - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 01:06:20 (EST)
I find your site very informative.
Oskar Dressnandt <oskard@ix.netcom.com>
Philadelphia, PA, USA - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 15:53:02 (EST)
trying to locate family history
palfy suzanne <palfsprl@earthlink.net>
montreal, canada - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 22:18:21 (EST)
I,ve been looking for my relatives and ancestors in just about every place I can think of.I am putting a family tree together and obviously have a lot of work ahead of me.Not a lot of information is readily availible once I leave the USA.
Richard E. Rajnoha <rajnoha@i1.net>
St.Louis,Mo.63128, USA - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 22:15:00 (EST)
My grandparents, John & Karolin (Mojzes )Farkas migrated to U.S. around 1905. Would like to find out anything at all connected to them. They had 9 sons in U.S My father Charles is the 8th son.He came to Australia in 1945. . Am finding your info extremely interesting -Nagyon Koszonom. I will be back !!
Carolyn Farkas <tup@primus.com.au>
Perth, Australia - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 10:32:27 (EST)
Researching: SCHLESINGER, RUCK, BLOCH, WITTMAN Wow, what a great website! I can't wait until the database is complete. I finally found all of my families surnames on your sight. I can't wait for more detailed information. This is the best website I have found for specific info on Hungary.
Toni Schlesinger Hoen <mikewh@mail.bright.net>
Delta, Ohio, USA - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 21:44:17 (EST)
Your web page is a tremendous improvement over the last time, several years ago!! It's well put together with excellent readability! Be contacting you soon.
Don Klein <kleindr@att.net>
Longboat Key, Florida, , ISA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 20:28:58 (EST)
a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@
Forika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
Szekely Udvarhely, Romania - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 16:12:33 (EST)
@a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@
Forika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
Szekely Udvarhely, hr Romania - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 16:12:04 (EST)
I am new to geaneological research but was very pleased to find your site offering some very interesting information especially relating to the Transylvanians in the Carpathian Alps later falling into Roumania. I will be back.
Robert Bell <robellyn@icom.ca>
Dundas, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, January 06, 2000 at 23:14:16 (EST)
I have a copy of book containing the church rcords of the town of Katymar , Hungary from 1748 to 1945 . I will gladly forward information to any one with roots in Katymar. Hope to hear from long lost relatives in the process... and get more infformation on my family. Tony
Tony Temmer <temmer@kwic.com>
St Williams, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, January 06, 2000 at 21:41:46 (EST)
I am so happy to have found a webpage on my Hungarian Heritage. I have hope in finding out more, however I don't have a home computer to do this!!!! My father's side is all Hungarian, the three names I am trying to search with are: Kantor, Drascozi(changed to Drasky circa 1906) and Kosik. All my relatives immigrated here to the East Coast early 1900, and eventually made it to So. and No. California. Lots of relatives, Kantor and some Drasky's in Sonoma & Napa area. Kosik's in L.A. area. Would like to hear if anyone knows of these names!!!!! PLEASE!! P.O. Box 1121 Airway Heights, WA 99001.
Amy Drasky Minchew
Airway Heights, WA, U.S.A - Thursday, January 06, 2000 at 19:47:54 (EST)
I would like to know more about my surname and its origins.I know very little or nothing about my relatives in Hungary from the past or the present. steve.
STEVE ULICSKA <steveulicska@canoemail.com>
ottawa ontario , canada - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 00:18:45 (EST)
I am very interested in my Hungarian roots, as my maiden name is Kerek. I know absolutely nothing about my Hungarian roots except that my grandfather, Steven Kerek was raised in Steelton, Pa. somehow found his way to Columbia, Pa. and lived also and raised his children in Lancaster,Pa. and had relatives live with him from Hungary when they came over in 1956. Any information would be greatly appreciated, Thank You.
Anne Marie Kerek Delgado <coolam3@hotmail.com>
- Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 20:20:20 (EST)
I am looking for map of Western Hungary also the Budapest city.
JOSEPH ZIGOVITS, JR. <joezig@bright.net>
Paulding, Ohio U.S.A> - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 16:34:44 (EST)
I am looking for maps of Western Hungary.Starting to look for ZSIGOVITS FAM. TREE.
Joseph Zigovits, Jr.
- Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 16:22:53 (EST)
I am looking for possible relatives. Father was Anton Szenasy (spelled with an i on the end and changed by immigration) and mother was Mary Lencses. Both came to the US around 1912. Great grandfather was a Mester and there was a Kis in there. I do not speak Hungarian but would like to hear from others.
Anthony Szenasy <szenasyw@gborocollege.edu>
Greensboro, N.C., USA - Friday, December 31, 1999 at 22:49:14 (EST)
Great webpage. I'm trying to find information on the surname Freifogel which appears once in your index in Somogy Co.
Steven Pecsek <sgpecsek@aol.com>
Modesto, USA - Thursday, December 30, 1999 at 01:48:30 (EST)
pages are so incomplete
bettie <bettiearthur@aol.com>
rossmoor, usa - Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 00:43:00 (EST)
just started
a deak <moad@webtv.net>
cincinnati, usa - Monday, December 27, 1999 at 21:01:12 (EST)
just started and thought to sign guest book first
amy deak <moad@webtv.net>
cincinnati, usa - Monday, December 27, 1999 at 20:59:06 (EST)
Of my mother's grandparents, Karrol ROZICER (aka ROZITSI, ROZITSKI, a coal miner and saloon keeper in Mt Carmel PA emigrated from Austria-Hungary on May 29, 1886 (Hamburg). He married Maria (Mary) Szurinyi (aka Surini, Surinize) in 1887 in Mt Carmel The 1920 census lists Karrol (d 1919)& Maria POB as "Zemplinski, SLV" and mother tonuge as Magyar. Looking for any leads as to how to proceed to find the village(s) this family may have come from. Also interested in contacting other descendants of Rozicer or Surini lines.
Walter Freeman <sffwjf@dca.net>
Landenberg PA, USA - Friday, December 24, 1999 at 14:45:32 (EST)
Wonderful webpage. I wish I could find a resource that would help find ancestors from areas now in Romania.
Mark Jakab <mjake319@aol.com>
USA - Friday, December 24, 1999 at 11:33:43 (EST)
My wife and I stumbled across your website recently. I am a 3rd generation American with Transylvania Saxon roots. I am trying to locate my ancestors in Transylvania. I believe we are related to Lorinc and Janos Umling from the mid-1700's, but our family in America has lost and forgotten its Transylvanian roots. After months of research, I was able to locate some basic info on my Great Grandfather, Johann (John) Umling, who emigrated to New Castle, PA in 1899. He was born in Transylvania on September 14, 1873, and we believe that his father's name was Michael Umling. I hope to find one of these two names in your Craftsmen and shopkeepers database when it is complete. Thank you so much for your work. It is so hard for my current generation to find any information on our ancestors.
David A. Umling <Theumlings@aol.com>
Oxford, Alabama, U.S.A. - Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 22:41:17 (EST)
Excellent Work you have done! I found my name once. The map shows the region. Do you have also the name of the village? Please add also a link-list to the libraries, telephone-books, road and railway information and other useful sides. Thanks a lot.
Frindik <mobinet.plan@ems.muenchen.de>
München, Germany - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 04:45:07 (EST)
my great-grandfather, Michael Burger emigrated from Orczydorf to Cincinnati in 1905. His father, also Michael Burger was a shoemaker, and is buried in Orczydorf (now Ortisoara,Romania). How can I find out where the older Michael Burger was born? I think Black Forest but not sure
tom burger <tjburger@aol.com>
cincinnati, USA - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 00:06:33 (EST)
I am here because I did a search on the Surname "Geng". I am trying to figure out myself where this name comes from. It was my great-great-great-great-great grandfather's mother's name. Her name was Zeil Geng, and her husband was Nicolas Loutz. Their son, Laurenz (my g-g-g-g-g grandfather) came from the Alsace-Lorraine region of France/Germany and was born around the year 1751. I have always been intrigued by the unusual name and wondered if you could give me any information. Please email me if you get a chance, and know anything of the surname. Thank you!
Elizabeth Altamura <gooberlily@aol.com>
Brooklyn, New York, USA - Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 18:59:02 (EST)
I looking for the name MIKUSKA there are not much of them , are we all famely ?
Mikuska Antoon Johan <toonmikuska@lycosmail.com>
Apeldoorn, Netherlands - Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 13:12:09 (EST)
I search my background, my fahter was born in Hungary and went to the Netherlands. I want to know are the mikuska one great family ?
Mikuska Antoon Johan <toonmikuska@lycosmail.com>
Apeldoorn, Netherlands - Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 13:00:23 (EST)
Researching the Surnames: Kurucz born in Debrecen,Hungary in 1894. Vagott born in Hungary. Bodo born in Hungary. Csokonai born in Hungary. All came to the USA in the early 1900-1920. Would like to hear from any one that know of those names. Kurucz,Vagott,Bodo,Csokonai
Louie Caroots(Kurucz) <l.caroots@worldnet.att.net>
USA - Thursday, December 16, 1999 at 00:11:39 (EST)
Hello, Great Site. I am trying to find the surname Schaljo from sackalas.Also the name Back from Hungary. can you help? Thanks
Theresa Deutsch <Tdeu981785>
St. Louis Missouri, USA - Sunday, December 12, 1999 at 17:55:36 (EST)
A pleasure looking through your site. I have looked several times. I have been trying to find my Greatgrandparents home town in Hungary at 1880-1886. I think it may have been near Abara or Raska,Zemplen Megye. Have you any info that I could look at or mail to for this information.? There may have been a census done around 1880 that would have there names in it.
Dan Almashy <DLAlmashy@webtv.net>
Danville,Va., USA - Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 10:26:36 (EST)
looking for hungarian connections bein kepes weiss klein szatmar region
julie bein stainmagen <justus444@hotmail.com>
melbourne, australia - Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 07:30:11 (EST)
looking for hungarian connections bein kepes weiss klein szatmar region
julie bein stainmagen <justus444@hotmail.com>
melbourne, australia - Thursday, December 09, 1999 at 07:29:17 (EST)
Please ,join me to find hungarian gypsy musician Elek Bacsik,born in Budapest on 22 may1928.Elek is disappeared of musical world!Thank you m.martinez@netsite.com.br
Joao Antonio Rosa Martinez <m.martinez@netsite.com.br>
Jau-SP, Brazil - Tuesday, December 07, 1999 at 22:00:22 (EST)
I am looking for my roots in Hungary. My father is Istvan Matyas. He was born in Kapuvár 17.01.1927. Any information is welcome
Rudy Matyas <Rudy_Matyas@yahoo.com>
- Monday, December 06, 1999 at 12:50:03 (EST)
I am looking for my roots in Hungary. My father is Istvan Matyas. He was born in Kapuvár 17.01.1927. Any information is welcome
Rudy Matyas <Rudy_Matyas@yahoo.com>
- Monday, December 06, 1999 at 12:49:29 (EST)
Trying to find someone with same name VOJTKOVSZKY. Help ?!
Matjaz VOJTKOVSZKY <kss.krsko@siol.net>
Krsko, Slovenia (SI) - Thursday, December 02, 1999 at 09:13:22 (EST)
I AM GLAD I FINALLY FOUND A SIGHT THAN CAN HELP ME FIND ANCESTRY INFORMATION. I WILL DEFINITELY GET ALL MY INFORMATIONS TOGETHER AND CONTACT YOU.
EVA KAZELLA <EVAKAZ@AOL.COM>
NORTH HALEDON, NJ 07508, USA - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 18:05:49 (EST)
You have one Szall surname listed in Pest. Yet when I did a search nothing came up. Why? I must be making a mistake some where. I haven't been able to locate SZALL's anywhere except:Kacper Szall, Militari Virtuli and Eva Szall who sailed in 1908 to US. Haven't been able to make any connections between them.
Joy Szall Gerardi <billjoy@msn.com>
Denver, US - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 15:10:48 (EST)
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON JOSEPH HADBAVNY, MARRIED ELIZABETH TANCSER(?)FROM KAPORE, HUNGRY. CAME TO USA EARLY 1900'S
DAVE AND NANCY BROWN <brn1031@aol.com>
PENNSYLVANIA,USA. - Sunday, November 28, 1999 at 21:45:00 (EST)
I'm here first time, but not least!! very very intresting!!
Gabor Oszetzky <opeter@mail.matav.hu>
Budapest, Hungary - Sunday, November 28, 1999 at 11:26:20 (EST)
Was researching my husbands family. His father Carl immigrated with his parents in the early 1900. He had no relatives that we know of.
Bartalis <lkronk@aol.com>
Lake Ronkonkoma, USA - Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 17:34:42 (EST)
Great site , so helpful in my search , I'll be back again & again as my search unfolds . Thanks a million for making such a valuable resource available on the net . Anita
Anita Geml <gerry@mnsi.net>
Windsor, Canada - Saturday, November 27, 1999 at 10:10:38 (EST)
Wonderful site. I have been searching for grandparents from Brukenau, Hungary with no sucess but now have hope of information as both surnames are in your database.
Cheri Kelly <kellyshous@zianet.com>
Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA - Friday, November 26, 1999 at 13:14:56 (EST)
LOOKING FOR RELATIVES AROUND TARD.
LES BARANYI <lbaranyi@lis.ab.ca>
LETHBRIDGE AB, CANADA - Friday, November 26, 1999 at 00:45:13 (EST)
Am interested in family ancestors MAJTHENYI
Ralph R. Metheny <rmetheny@strato.net>
Lake Placid, FL 33852, US - Tuesday, November 23, 1999 at 19:07:36 (EST)
Surname is Handlovics or Handlovits -- why were names changed?? Some Handlovics's changed to "Honfi" in the late 1800's in Budapest. Thanks
Carl Handlovits <chandlov@sunet.net>
Vero Beach, Florida, USA - Monday, November 22, 1999 at 21:59:32 (EST)
I know I have a very uncommon surname and I'm having a tough time finding anyone with it. We emigrated to Canada in 1956 from Sajohidveg (a small town just south of Miskolc. I'd be happy to learn of anyone with the same surname. Thanks
Jim (Imre) Fegyverneki <jfegy@yahoo.com>
Edmonton, Canada - Monday, November 22, 1999 at 18:59:40 (EST)
interesting
Furuglyas
Racine, WI, USA - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 12:54:26 (EST)
How do I find out about Hegyi's past?
Nina Hegyi <ncooper@mindnet.org>
Michigan, usa - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 11:31:02 (EST)
No com.
Bagocsi, Tibor <bago@nextra.sk>
Komárom, Slovak Rep. - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 07:00:39 (EST)
Dear People I am trying to find reference to my husbands family name. BARATHY..........while he was born in England we can't trace his gran parents through the English 1881 Census
Barathy <townsend@powerup.com.au>
Gold Coast , Australia - Saturday, November 20, 1999 at 17:21:15 (EST)
Kedves szerkeszto, A magyar vezeteknevek listajan egy hiba talalhato: a Mauer nevnek semmi koze a Maier nev kulonfele valtozataihoz. Mig utobbi egy hivatast jelol, addig elobbinek jelentese prozaian csak annyi, hogy 'fal'. Remelem minel elobb ki tudja a tevedest javitani. Udvozlet Feher Daniel
Feher Daniel
- Friday, November 19, 1999 at 10:32:19 (EST)
how come you are on my credit card?
andrew kraeling <arkrael@aol.com>
cincinnati, usa - Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 01:09:45 (EST)
Searching for SZASZ, BOKA, BALINT, SCHNEIDER, and HENDRICK relations from Bekes, Megye, and Bonyhad, Tolna Megye
Melissa Shindlebower <LisaShindl@aol.com>
Decatur, AL, USA - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 21:57:26 (EST)
Thank you much for good site, I have found family,hopefully we'll get to meet in person Keep up the great work Hugs joy
Joyce Zslnka <joy.zslnka@sk.sympatico.ca>
Prairie River, Saskatchewan, Canada - Friday, November 12, 1999 at 15:38:15 (EST)
Dear Sir: I would like your help in researching my family line-name, Daniel Francosky, came to USA in 1900. Please reply when you have time.
Loretta Frazer <loretta_frazer@hotmail.com>
Fountain Inn, SC 29644, USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 00:15:33 (EST)
Just would like to say thank you. I have used your site, to atleast start my research on my father's side. I truly appreciate your time and hard work. Again, thanks.
Judith Szerator-Grzenda <judiegrzenda@netscape.net>
Trenton, New Jersey, USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 18:07:15 (EST)
I was pleasantly surprised to see my family name listed on your website. I have an interest in finding out more about them. I will contact you separately for possible commissioning. Thanks for the good work. You have made me energized to find out more!
Michael C. Sukitch <sukitch.mc@pg.com>
Pittsburgh, USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 10:00:09 (EST)
This is a very interesting site to me. My Maternal Grandfather has researched that side of my family tree, but nothing is really known about my Hungarian/Bohemian ancestorage. It was also very interesting to see that quite a few Hungarians settled all over Ohio (Where my family lives)!
Joyce (Jakubecz) Kaiser <jkaiser661@aol.com>
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 09:15:20 (EST)
Rendkivül izgalmas és nemes website. Én is fogom forgatni. Egyetértek Chityl György megjegyzésével. Jóval többre menne a lap, ha magyarul is mûködne. Nosza!
Balogh István <proby@comenius.ctif.hu>
Sárospatak, Magyarország - Saturday, November 06, 1999 at 09:25:58 (EST)
Wery nice.
Rudi Szigeti <rszigeti@snet.net>
U.S.A. - Monday, November 01, 1999 at 18:52:25 (EST)
Wonderful website!!! My lines are Schneider and Grunwalt from Fejer, Hungary. Eveyone be sure to check in here for message boards by Hungarian counties: http://www.rootsweb.com/~wghungar/county.html
jane gilbert <jgilbert@cheerful.com>
USA - Sunday, October 31, 1999 at 23:56:42 (EST)
My mother's family name is Kerekes. Her paternal grandparents, Jozsef Kerekes and Anna Sepitko, emigrated from Hungary to the US in the 1880s. Have been unable to find much in the US, but now I am living and working in Budapest. Hope to be able to do some local research on my great-grandparents. Thank you for a great website.
Greg Groth <kerekes@aol.com>
Budapest, Hungary - Sunday, October 31, 1999 at 03:25:37 (EST)
Incredible site. Keep up the good work! Researching the surname KONYAR.
Trina Kaup <tskrtrm@epix.net>
USA - Saturday, October 30, 1999 at 22:14:33 (EDT)
Thanks to your website I learned that a Pausenberger lived in Hungary in 1891. Probably this is a family member, because Johann Kaspar Pausenberger (Stammvater) is born in 1753 in Szegsgard in Tolna. Could you verify If there are still Pausenbergers living in Hungary.
Pausenberger Ludwig <pausenberger.ludwig@wol.be>
Merelbeke, Belgium - Saturday, October 30, 1999 at 05:28:38 (EDT)
I have been everywhere and can't seem to find anything on the surname Kantor-Takacs. What I know is my grandfather was Steven Kantor and married Elizabeth Takacs I beleive in Hungary. and both were born in Budaest,Hngary. Elizabeth was born on Feb 15, 1894. They came to america in the late 1890's or early 1900's settled in Chicago?? That is the only place I've known them to live. They had two children. Irene (died in infancy) and Steven Kantor my father. My grandfather and grandmother and Irene are all buried in Oakwoods cemetaty in Chicago,ILL. Where I was born and raised,my name is Linda, I have a sister Jeanette and Brother Michael. My father Married Elizabeth Gall I think in 1937 Feb19 not real sure. I know that my Great-Grandmother's was Elizabeth on the Takacs side and lived to be 92 with snow white hair my grandmother visited Budapest at least 2 times from 1950 until her death in Oct.1969. My grandfather died in 1949 or 1950, I was always told he died just before I was born on Nov 7, 1950 I never knew my grandfather. I have tried to get into several sights and have been unable to. and and all help would be greatful. I' about worn out looking. Your sight has been a great experience and I will continue my search Thanks ever so much for all the hard work and dedication you have put in to this.
LJWersinger <LJWersinger@webtv.net>
Livingston, Illinois USA - Friday, October 29, 1999 at 20:06:18 (EDT)
I have been everywhere and can't seem to find anything on the surname Kantor-Takacs. What I know is my grandfather was Steven Kantor and married Elizabeth Takacs I beleive in Hungary. and both were born in Budaest,Hngary. Elizabeth was born on Feb 15, 1894. They came to america in the late 1890's or early 1900's settled in Chicago?? That is the only place I've known them to live. They had two children. Irene (died in infancy) and Steven Kantor my father. My grandfather and grandmother and Irene are all buried in Oakwoods cemetaty in Chicago,ILL. Where I was born and raised,my name is Linda, I have a sister Jeanette and Brother Michael. My father Married Elizabeth Gall I think in 1937 Feb19 not real sure. I know that my Great-Grandmother's was Elizabeth on the Takacs side and lived to be 92 with snow white hair my grandmother visited Budapest at least 2 times from 1950 until her death in Oct.1969. My grandfather died in 1949 or 1950, I was always told he died just before I was born on Nov 7, 1950 I never knew my grandfather. I have tried to get into several sights and have been unable to. and and all help would be greatful. I' about worn out looking. Your sight has been a great experience and I will continue my search Thanks ever so much for all the hard work and dedication you have put in to this.
LJWersinger <LJWersinger@webtv.net>
Livingston, USA - Friday, October 29, 1999 at 20:06:03 (EDT)
My mother's side were Svábs, coming from county of Wittenburg 3OO yrs ago. Szekszárd farthest back I can go. Dad from Sárszentlörinc. Both Tolna megye.
Christine (Jolán) Szigeti-Johnson <uppercrust@ctel.net>
Gardiner, Maine (ME), USA - Thursday, October 28, 1999 at 23:01:13 (EDT)
I had a great grandfather (Mathias Vizer 1876-1930) and Great-uncle(Joseph Vizer) a priest both froom Whom should I contact to find out more information? Kompot, Hungry
Kenneth Charles "Bud" Wiezer <budwiezer@charter-il.com>
granite city, United States of America - Thursday, October 28, 1999 at 13:55:30 (EDT)
I wish you would have links to city bith and death records (by County and city) that we could search. For example: PECS.--- 1800s. Thank you.
Georgia.Howton@kp.org <Georgia.Howton@kp.org>
- Wednesday, October 27, 1999 at 16:20:23 (EDT)
I would like to look up the Buday FAmily from Pecs, Hungary Thank you
G.Howton <Davigeo@hotmail.com>
- Wednesday, October 27, 1999 at 16:13:34 (EDT)
This is a very interesting site. My father's parents were from Hungary and I'm trying to find information about Hungary, so I can teach my children about their heritage.
M. (Mihacsi) DeLisle <shellandbud@centurytel.net>
Kingston, USA - Saturday, October 23, 1999 at 07:58:52 (EDT)
Cool site. Found a map with my name on it...very cool indeed.
Phyllis Hunyad
S. Amherst, Ohio, USA - Saturday, October 23, 1999 at 02:49:14 (EDT)
VÁROM A VILÁGSYERTE SYÉTSZÓRT FÓRIKÁK E-MAILJAIT, VAGY LEVELEIT SZÉKELY-UDVARHELY KOSSUTH U.37sz. 4150 HARGITA m. ROMANIA
Fórika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
SyékelY-UdvarhelY, ROMANIA - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 at 04:05:34 (EDT)
VÁROM A VILÁGSYERTE SYÉTSZÓRT FÓRIKÁK E-MAILJAIT, VAGY LEVELEIT SZÉKELY-UDVARHELY KOSSUTH U.37sz. 4150 HARGITA m. ROMANIA
Fórika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
SyékelY-UdvarhelY, ROMANIA - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 at 04:05:12 (EDT)
VÁROM A VILÁGSYERTE SYÉTSZÓRT FÓRIKÁK E-MAILJAIT, VAGY LEVELEIT SZÉKELY-UDVARHELY KOSSUTH U.37sz. 4150 HARGITA m. ROMANIA
Fórika Endre <tocsika@nexus.hu>
SyékelY-UdvarhelY, ROMANIA - Wednesday, October 20, 1999 at 04:03:15 (EDT)
Please help! Searching for info on grandpa's roots. His name was Mihaly Demeter, birthdate March 1897. Born in Nyir-Beltek, Szabolcs to Mihaly Demeter and Maria nee. Vasicadu . Also my grandma Julianna nee. Papp, born Dec. 22 1897 I believe also in Szabolcs. Her parents were Sandor Papp and Ester nee. Vadon. My grandparents both had many siblings but I only know the names of one each. Julia had sister Maria and Mihaly had sister I think Elizabeth. Any help in tracing ancestory and possible living relatives would be gratefully appreciated .
Susan Darroch <suedarroch@home.com>
- Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 13:34:23 (EDT)
Please help! Searching for info on grandpa's roots. His name was Mihaly Demeter, birthdate March 1897. Born in Nyir-Beltek, Szabolcs to Mihaly Demeter and Maria nee. Vasicadu . Also my grandma Julianna nee. Papp, born Dec. 22 1897 I believe also in Szabolcs. Her parents were Sandor Papp and Ester nee. Vadon. My grandparents both had many siblings but I only know the names of one each. Julia had sister Maria and Mihaly had sister I think Elizabeth. Any help in tracing ancestory and possible living relatives would be gratefully appreciated .
Susan Darroch <suedarroch@home.com>
- Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 13:32:20 (EDT)
Please contact me about surnames Larry Vedran
larry vedran <lvedran>
sacramento, california - Sunday, October 17, 1999 at 23:14:41 (EDT)
There is just a handfull of Buhajla's left. I'm wanting to find more history about us. I got 1 hit on 1891 craftsmen and shopkeepers.
Josef Buhajla <jbuhajla@mail.cswnet.com>
Knoxville AR, USA - Sunday, October 17, 1999 at 07:58:31 (EDT)
My father's family was from Szatmar - it was very interesting to see their names listed amongst the craftsmen and shopkeepers.
Michelle Rottenstein <mrottenstein@pol.net>
- Friday, October 15, 1999 at 23:29:07 (EDT)
looking for family with surname of "LUPSE" your site was helpful. thank you
john lupse <jlupse@hotmail.com>
york,pa., usa - Thursday, October 14, 1999 at 12:06:43 (EDT)
This site is very interesting and I hope it will help me find something about my in laws and their familys. Also found out my grandfather on my dad's side was Hungarian, always thought he was slovak. THANKS
Vivian Semesky <Vivmoms@aol.com>
Hammond, Indiana, USA - Wednesday, October 13, 1999 at 22:00:36 (EDT)
Looking for Steve Jakoby address
Steve Jakoby
Huntinton, New York - Wednesday, October 13, 1999 at 19:55:50 (EDT)
I am seeking information about Great-Grandfather, John Kranjik, who left Hungary & came to Murray City, Ohio in, I believe, 1888, and was supposedly killed in coal mining accident & buried in common grave there with about 10 others. Anyone with info, please let me know. My grandfather was Andrew Csutoras. What is the Csutoras connection on this page?
Margaret Molnar <quadrapalegal@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 13:39:45 (EDT)
First web site I found that can help me find family history in Hungary! Thank You!
Lou Dregely <ldregely@hotmail.com>
Cleveland, USA - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 11:24:13 (EDT)
the quantity of questions is amazing . personnally i am looking for information in MANDULA family from Koloshvar and LAZAR family from Pawcelsek - Rumania . Where may be Pawcelsek ????
villarmois <bdelavillarmois@hotmail.com>
- Monday, October 11, 1999 at 03:30:42 (EDT)
Excellent site. Enjoyed my visit here. Comprehensive. Thank you. My interest is in the Ung and Bereg areas.
Betty-Jo Anthon <bkeeper@ipa.net>
Joplin, Missouri, USA - Friday, October 08, 1999 at 23:34:53 (EDT)
Seeking surname Korosi
sue kent <ssuken@hotmail.com>
rockingham w.a, Austraila - Friday, October 08, 1999 at 08:36:53 (EDT)
excellent page!!! i'm trying to discover my roots but i have very little to go by. i'll try again when i get more background data. thank you
martin sinka <mjsinka@clara.net>
grantham, - Thursday, October 07, 1999 at 17:25:32 (EDT)
Woderful site! I'm looking for info on my G.Grandparents from Buda? or Ung Megye ? Adrew Almashy and Elizabeth Andrews Almashy came to Perry county , Ohio in 1884-1890 years. Also a bro. in law Andy Andrews and his mother. Andy jr. Almashy was briugh on a second trip to Hungary along with the bro. of Elizabeth,(Andy Andrews ). Last name probably has been Americanized from the hungarian names :ALMASY, ALMASI. Some relativesstill live in southern Ohio near Dayton , Martins Ferry, and Warren, Ravenna Area. Any help to find the Hungarian Home town and Parents or relatives that were left behind would be appreciated.
Danny l. Almashy <DLAlmashy@webtv.net(also at work>Almashy.danny@mbco.com>
Danville,Va, USA - Wednesday, October 06, 1999 at 12:56:38 (EDT)
I would like to find my father's family. His name is Michael or Mihaly Matyi. He was born in 1936. I think the town was Nyirkasz. He left there in 1956 and lives in the USA. His 3 brothers' names are Alex, Andrew & Steve. His 3 sisters names are Helen, Elizabeth & Yolanda. His father's name is Janos and mother's name is Ana. Any information? Thank You. Michele DiCarlo
Michele DiCarlo <mdc@alimasystems.com>
Ellicott City, USA - Tuesday, October 05, 1999 at 11:42:31 (EDT)
IAM LOOKING FOR MY FAMILY MEMBERS ON ANYONE WHEN FAMILY. HIS LAST NAME WAS HALL JAMES HENRY HALL. WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR MY HUSBAND GRANDFATHER, JAYNES, AND LOVIN MY FAMILY IS FROM NORTH CAROLINA ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C.MY HUSBAND HIS FAMILY IS FROM KINGSPORT T.N.
TERI LOVIN <Nl813@aol.com>
hopewell va 2386, prince geroge - Tuesday, October 05, 1999 at 11:36:32 (EDT)
October 3, 1999. Could not find your web page. Have an article from the newspaper called Hrvatski Novina from Burganland, Austria. There was an article about a man named Matyas Firtl. Would like to locate any information about him. This was a recent issue.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Cindy <Cinderella310@hotmail.com>
Michigan, USA - Sunday, October 03, 1999 at 19:39:27 (EDT)
Delighted to finally located this site. I've been having such trouble locating my family.
georgi rolan <grolan@raex.com>
willoughby hills, usa - Sunday, October 03, 1999 at 11:03:27 (EDT)
Was unable to get to your web page need help . I have great and grandparents born in Stanischitsch Hungary and would appreciate any help on how to access web pages on Stanischitsch if you can help Thanks
Ruth-Anne Hahn <cuddles1959@yahoo.com>
Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 18:14:10 (EDT)
Was unable to get to your web page need help . I have great and grandparents born in Stanischitsch Hungary and would appreciate any help on how to access web pages on Stanischitsch if you can help Thanks
Ruth-Anne Hahn <cuddles1959@yahoo.com>
Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 18:13:41 (EDT)
we are looking for any info on michael koczon and his family. any help would be appreciated. thanks
william koczon <bjkoczon@koan.com>
hemet, usa - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 14:26:56 (EDT)
Amazing site for a first try! I must spend time reviewing.
Bauernhuber,Lloyd <lloyd.bauernhuber@sympatico.ca>
Toronto Ontario, Canada - Tuesday, September 28, 1999 at 20:43:10 (EDT)
My great great-grandparents Etelka Barthos and Ignace Hainer arrived in this country July 4, 1854 You do not seem to have information back this far. They settled in New Buda, Iowa -- also an area about which your informnation is lacking
Ellen B. Brush <ebbrush@email.msn.com>
- Monday, September 27, 1999 at 14:36:12 (EDT)
I have just discovered your most excellent Website. I will E-mail you with greater detail.
Joe J. Gottler <LEOREX@aol.com>
Blairsville, Georgia, U.S.A. - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 02:24:06 (EDT)
Still cannot access your original page, only the guestbook. Need help. Thanks.
Jo Mezei <Jomezei>
Woodland Hills, CA USA - Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 23:11:42 (EDT)
Could only find your guestbook but would like to see your webpage for more info.
Jo Mezei <Jomezei@AOL.com>
Woodland Hills, CA, USA - Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 22:57:09 (EDT)
I am glad to find your page tonight I've been tying to figure out which way to go. I've picked up a few ideas from you. thank you Sally Wilsey
Sally (Madaras) Wilsey <chris.wilsey2@cwix.com>
Carmel, USA - Friday, September 24, 1999 at 22:50:48 (EDT)
Surname: Balogh Must trace missing relatives, while they are still alive or able to be found. My grandfather - Joszef(Joszi) BALOGH, husband of Eszter Balogh(né BUNYA). He was born cerca - 1899 Debrecen outskirts and was a Police officer. Wife-Eszter died in 1936 in Budapest, she was born cerca 1900-Debrecen region?. They had at least five children - Terri, Gyuci, Eszti, Erszibet, Antal, and at least one-two more that passed away while infants. After Eszter died in 1936, Joszef remarried in 1936/37?and apparantly moved to Földes and had children with his new wife(3-4 children-girls) there, and gave the rest of the kids from the first marriage away for adoption and they went to Berretyujfalo. Joszef eventually developed Throat cancer and passed away in "Ujfalö" in 1946-47 at the hospital there. For my mothers sake, I must try to locate here living half sisters. I know that one of them is called katherine. The others I don't know. All of this took place in in the Hajdu-Bihar region, in/around Földes. If I can be of assistance to anyone, I will retribute your consideration. As I live in Brazil, I am slightly isolated as to being more expansive in my gratitude. Nagyon Koszonom Szepen Karl Müller
Karl Müller <taf@secrel.com.br>
Fortaleza, Brázilia - Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 16:44:21 (EDT)
Circa 1900-1910 My Grandfather John Latyak Sr. left Budapest, Hungary for America we believe with his brother My grandfather settled in New Jersey. We believe his brother settled in Ohio. I have recently uncovered death records indicating Latyaks (female)from Ohio. On a trip to Budapest in 1993, I met with several Latyaks, of which there were 5 families all related. In trying to establish a family link back to my granfather John LATYAK, we were unable to do so because we had no name for my (possible cousin) grandfather. So at this point we know LATYAK is not a common name and with a search of Switchboard.com all names are from our immediate family. Continuing the search for LATYAK.....
John Latyak <John.Latyak@hq.nasa.gov>
Herndon, Virginia 20171, USA - Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 15:45:14 (EDT)
Looking for decendents of Steve Gabrish who had been a constable in the town of Agard Hungary late 1800's
Leah Y. Holloway <boleah@hnotmail.com>
- Thursday, September 23, 1999 at 08:14:52 (EDT)
Great to see where ancestors are is there a way to contact some of these people?
Napholc,Katalin (nee: Barzso) <cnapholc@lev.com>
Winona,Ontario, Canada - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 09:40:22 (EDT)
i really like your web page. still looking around trying to slowly piece together some family history
james horvath
- Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at 21:30:59 (EDT)
Dear Sir and fellow researchers, I am in hopes you might help in my personal search. After hiring a professional researcher for my Janko grandfather and family of Budafok, Hungary,believed to own vinyards of Tokay grapes, he was unable to find any info on my Grandmother's family, Bartha. Was glad to see it could also be Barta. These two married in NYC after arriving from Hungary in 1905 and circa. 1913. Have many pictures of Bartha family. Would love to find contacts and be glad to share. Please contact. Anne
Anne M. Greer <chickieg13@aol.com>
Midland, GA, USA - Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at 16:20:33 (EDT)
Visited your 1891 Census of Craftsmen & Shopkeepers and found relatives bearing our unusual surnames. Next step is finding out who they might be to tie up some loose ends in the family tree
Cheri Ungerleider <CheriUnger@aol.com>
- Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 18:41:59 (EDT)
This site is wonderful. It could be the break through I'm looking for. I can't wait til its available next month. Grandfather was a Logoda, or Logoyda or Loguda(baptismal records differ).Grandma was Mikulaninetz(?).
David Loguda <GunDave@aol.com>
Omaha, USA - Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 00:10:49 (EDT)
Hello, My Grandfather Peter Kaszonyi, born in Hungry about 1904, came to Canada 1930's. Please help with info on relitives. Thanks.
Paul Kaszonyi <paul_kaszonyi@bc.sympatico.ca>
- Monday, September 13, 1999 at 15:27:06 (EDT)
Question-- have a Hungarian surname spelled Kurscivis in a US Catholic record. I believe it was spelled phonetically-- Any suggestions as to what the true spelling of this Hungarian surname is? P.S. Incredible Website!! Thanks a million!
Dianne Esplin <k.esplin@prodigy.net>
Auburn Washington, USA - Monday, September 13, 1999 at 00:10:39 (EDT)
From hungarian grandfather. Looking for my relatives that still live in Hungary. Last name : PELYHE.
Eduardo Vásquez Pelyhe <eymvasquez@ihpanama.com>
Panama, Central America - Sunday, September 12, 1999 at 22:53:57 (EDT)
Hello My Father Frank Brunner was born in Dorog 1891 My grandfather Stefan Brunner was born in Dorog 1865
Alf Brunner <ajbrunner@compusmart.ab.ca>
St .Albert ,Alberta, Canada - Sunday, September 12, 1999 at 01:34:45 (EDT)
Usual costs for research would be helpful.
Marie McClure <mmcclure@prodigy.net>
FL, USA - Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 23:26:34 (EDT)
Janos, How do I contact you? I have been trying to get in touch with you for several months, but no reply. I would like to engage you for research project.
Donald Coleman <donc@liveh2o.com>
Soddy-Daisy, TN 37379, USA - Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 23:17:38 (EDT)
Wonderful map/statistic information!
Don Mingesz <dmingesz@mediaone.net>
Lombard, IL , USA - Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 13:15:41 (EDT)
I am looking for information on my grandparents Steve and Mary Kropog.They came from and area in Hungary called Sajolad I think. My grandfather said it was near the airport this was around the turn of the century. if you could help me anyway with the surname Kropog I would pay money for it. koszonom szepen Aaron Kropog Great great grandson of Steve Kropog P.S. He settled eventually in W.V. and still had brothers and other relatives in magyarorszag
Aaron Kropog <Kropog5@gateway.net>
Garfield Hts. Oh., U.S.A - Friday, September 10, 1999 at 22:28:56 (EDT)
When I first started with name of Klettlinger , little did I know how far and few between they would be . I'm told it's a German name . I know as of the mid 18th century it was in Hungary and where it is currently , but where exactly did it come from ?
John Klettlinger <Jaykay636@aol.com>
Peoria ( Phoenix ) , Az., U.S.A. - Friday, September 10, 1999 at 19:21:06 (EDT)
I found my very rare surname that's why this page is very good! Because there are many Kovacs or Szabo in Hungary and in the world but Grezlo family is only one I think.
Grezlo Orsolya <grezlo@opni.hu>
Budapest, Hungary - Friday, September 10, 1999 at 09:01:19 (EDT)
This is a great web site. Very informative. I am trying to locate the orgin of my last name. We believe it changed when my family came over. I will continue my search. Thanks!!
Amy Mogonye <amydarsey@yahoo.com>
Austin, usa - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 20:13:37 (EDT)
I'm tearing my hair out because everywhere I look, there's a dead end!!! I have scoured the web for information about the origin of the name "Bann" (rhymes with "fan") without success. My ancestors immigrated to Ellis Island, New York circa 1910 from Austria-Hungary. I'm almost positive the name was shortened from a longer name...but I don't know which one! I would like to know which city my relatives most likely came from and what the longer version of the name was. Can someone please help before I go bald? Thanks.
Stephanie Bann <makhani@worldnet.att.net>
USA - Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 00:34:27 (EDT)
Great work!
Ilona deBorhegyi <i.debor@flashnet.it>
Rome, Italy - Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 04:58:22 (EDT)
Your WebSite is amazing, for the first time I actually saw the family name HERTELENDI in print! This might seem small to those who are not fasinated by the mysteries of our genealogies, but I felt like I had finally gotten through a mighty fog, to a ray of light. I thank you, please keep up the great work, your efforts are appreciated more than you can imagine. Julie Sparrow at jube49@yahoo.com
Julie Sparrow <jube49@yahoo.com>
St Paul, Minnesota USA - Saturday, September 04, 1999 at 01:25:31 (EDT)
Thank you for putting your site on the internet. I finally found my surname. We were in the Spisska Bela area of now Slovakia. -- but Hungarians --
Eddie Nikazy <enikazy@home.com>
Hendersonville, Tennessee, USA - Friday, September 03, 1999 at 10:14:42 (EDT)
Hmmm, I cannot find my maternal Hungarian surname, Galgoci (they say the "z" before the "i" was dropped. Found Balint, Fejes, .... And I can absolutely find nothing on my paternal grandmother, Anna Farkas (her brothers, Alex and Steve I could find. But, why not Galgoci's, isn't that a common Magar name? Thanks, Nadine
Nadine Hardin <Hardin3942@Juno.com>
- Wednesday, September 01, 1999 at 09:08:02 (EDT)
I've spent all evening browsing through your web-site. This is fantastic ! You have obviously spent a great deal of time and effort compiling this information. Unfortunately I was not able to link into some areas. I am researching the family of FAJTKO, and have not had any luck, but I really enjoy this site.
Noreen <BOOTS7175@aol.com>
USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 22:54:16 (EDT)
Hello..I am looking for any information on the surname of Tallian. My great grandparents were Andrew & Mary (Barnes) Tallian. Thank you for any help you may have to offer.
Sandra (Tallian) Hoard <s_hoard@hotmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 21:29:58 (EDT)
looking for Notigans and/or Pantish
Diana Notigan <robert_m_notigan@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 19:53:21 (EDT)
The site has been very helpful to me. I'm impressed with the amount of work you've put into it. Thank you.
Joseph Arpad
- Sunday, August 29, 1999 at 20:22:31 (EDT)
I am trying to research my family's Hungarian roots, but have had no luck.
Shanna Megyesi <semegyesi@accesstoledo.com>
Swanton, OH, USA - Thursday, August 26, 1999 at 19:58:34 (EDT)
This is good.
Liam Eldridsky
- Wednesday, August 25, 1999 at 21:51:50 (EDT)
I TRIED TO CONTACT YOU THRU E-MAIL BUT IT WOUN,T CONNECT. SEARCHING FOR INFO ON STEVE ZVER MY GRAND FATHER.
DEBRA A. CONKLIN (ZVER) <TCon536255>
virginia beach va. , usa - Friday, August 20, 1999 at 21:14:37 (EDT)
alex i'd like to hear from you.will be on the net until aug 31 99 . .n the
marian (bain) mackay <garth.mackay@sympatico.ca>
lindsay, canada - Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 21:31:13 (EDT)
Grandson of Alexander Pazsint, Born in Hungary. I am researching our family history
Nathan D. Pazsint <COUNTOF76@aol.com>
Pittsburgh, USA - Sunday, August 15, 1999 at 17:54:28 (EDT)
I looked over your web site it's very interesting. I am doing ancestry search where my parents come from Austria-Hungary 1911. So far haven't found any names such as Czeizinger. Thanks for your assistance. Rudi C.
Rudolph E. Czeizinger <Rczeiz31@aol.com>
Dover, Delaware, USA - Sunday, August 15, 1999 at 17:22:13 (EDT)
Looking for ANY information I can find on the Edler Faimly. My Great Great Great Grandfather was Johan Phillepe Edler who imagreated to the us from Dormsted Germany in the 1800's and married a Mckinze who was born in Baltimore MD. Any information would be a big help
Richard L. Shehorn Jr. <rls2@bellatlantic.net>
- Sunday, August 15, 1999 at 00:30:45 (EDT)
Bin ganz zufällig auf diese spannende Seite geraten. War zwar in den zurückliegenden Jahren wiederholt in Ungarn, hatte mir aber niemals ernsthaft Gedanken gemacht, daß ich in der Nähe von Pecs auf einen Namensvetter stoßen könnte. Werde dem Hinweis nachgehen, recht herzlichen Dank für diese Anregung.
Baumhold <Hans-Bernd.Baumhold@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>
Bochum, Germany - Friday, August 13, 1999 at 16:25:44 (EDT)
Unfortunatly, I wasn't able to find any more than my dad already knows, but we've kept up with most of our family. Nice site.
Sue Anne Berry <KSTSBerry>
Dayton, Ohio, USA - Thursday, August 12, 1999 at 18:16:23 (EDT)
Enjoyed finding your site. There are just a few of us with my surname from my father Alexander born in Transylvania to Mary (Tackacs) in 1912. Dad, his father and grandfather were the only males participating in our lineage. In fact there are only 3 male grandchildren, and no greats..DAN.
Daniel Pazsint <removed@removed.com>
- Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 03:35:11 (EDT)
good job
John Tunigold <jtgold1 @ excite.com>
oxnard ca., U S A - Monday, August 09, 1999 at 01:26:29 (EDT)
Thanks for the info,but still couldn't find much on MATOLCSI. If anyone knows anything please write me! Koszonom!
Andrea Matolcsi <andim@san.rr.com>
San Diego, CA, USA - Friday, August 06, 1999 at 00:58:41 (EDT)
This is an overdue 'thank you' for your help in the past. I never cease to be amazed at your skill and professionalism. Great web site.
Tibor Majlath <tmajlath@melbpc.org.au>
Australia - Thursday, August 05, 1999 at 21:33:17 (EDT)
Hi Janos, I was one of your earliest posters a year ago and have watched your site and my family tree grow together. Although you still have not listed my surnames of Kosztinka or Kojsza in any of your databases, your site has provided and continues to provide a wealth of helpful information to me. Today, while browsing the posts, I have found someone else researching one of my villages in Bereg megye and have sent an e-mail to him. Thanks for giving us a place to list our names and keep up the fantastic work! Researching surnames and villages-- 1. KOJSZA from Kis Gejocz, Nagy Gejocz, Csap, and Zahony (Ung megye)///Boly and Zeteny (Zemplen megye). 2. KOSZTINKA from Csicser and Kis Gejocz (Ung megye)// /Eperjeske, Mandok, and Thuzser (Szabolcs megye)///Zeykfalva and Rusi (Hunyad megye). 3. JUHASZ and HAPAK from Makkosjanosi (Bereg megye). 4. NEMET(H) and PUSKAS from Kantorjanosi, Szatmar megye. 5. MOLNAR and TULIPAN(T) from Mariapocs, Szabolcs megye. I have my own website you are welcome to visit at: http://www.sisqtel.net/~suzannej
Suzanne Jimenez <suzannej@sisqtel.net>
Ft Jones, CA, USA - Wednesday, August 04, 1999 at 18:41:38 (EDT)
I have found some very interesting information on your website. I'm researching the origins of my paternal grandparents (Janos/John Herzog & Erszbet/Elisabeth Fellenz) from (I believe) the Temes region of Hungary (now Romania). My grandmother emmigrated to New York, USA, around 1906 and my grandparents were married in New York in 1908 and returned for a time to Hungary before permanently settling in the USA (Chicago). They were ethnic Germans. I do not know their villages of birth, only that my uncle was born in the county of Temes in 1911). I am hoping that eventually your Webpage can give me more information. I do know my grandfather's profession (tailor)and his father's name (Nikolas Herzog), perhaps of the same profession. If you are in a position to further my research, I would be interested in knowing your fees. Thank you very much.
Diana Herzog <dherzog@lordbissell.com>
Chicago, USA - Wednesday, August 04, 1999 at 15:44:00 (EDT)
Surnames: Benedict,Kalan,Luzner,Markovic,Raunik, Ravnihar,Skolaris From: Dolenjavas and Vilpoze
Alice Benedict (Benedetic) <jb3acb@atlantic.net>
Florida, USA - Tuesday, August 03, 1999 at 15:20:50 (EDT)
I found the surnames to counties map to be quite facinating. Kudos on such an acheivement! I had to do an alternate spelling of my surname in order to get any results, which leads me to wonder if "Sivak" is the same as "Shivak" or not. It's quite confusing. At any rate, I was excited to see a web page on Hungary at all and hope this continues to be a page that you will continue to inprove over time for anyone needing assistance in ancestry research. Thanks again. Koszozom szepen!
Jeffrey Shivak <cosworth@wclv955.com>
Cleveland, United States - Sunday, August 01, 1999 at 16:08:53 (EDT)
I was excited to find your page on names of Hungarian tradespeople. There, I found 8 references to my family name (Auspitz). I can't wait to see the pages. Please notify me when I will be able to search for them on line. Thank you so very much for your generous help in finding our Hungarian roots. Regards, Phyllis Auspitz Cohen Researching AUSPITZ & ZELKOWITZ, Hungary
Phyllis Auspitz Cohen <parc313@aol.com>
Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA - Friday, July 30, 1999 at 07:10:14 (EDT)
I am looking for information on my grandfather Zoltan Dold. He immigrated to the USA in 1956 with 3 children and his wife Magdelena Pinter from Gyor Hungary. Any information on these family names would help me greatly.(Dold, Pinter, Gal)
Jennifer Dold <jdold55986@aol.com>
Snohomish, USA - Tuesday, July 27, 1999 at 05:38:28 (EDT)
Can your tell me why the surname Kiss was commonly americanized as Kish.
alan kish <akish1@maine.rr.com>
Portland, ME, USA - Sunday, July 25, 1999 at 18:19:46 (EDT)
To Whom it may concern, I have been trying to find your Web. site for a long time. I was told you may be able to help me. I have been trying to find my blood father for a long time. But I always cme to a dead end. Please if you can help I would be very gratefull. If you recive this Please let me know. Than I can give you more emformation. Thank you! Brenda
Brenda Shell <franks @ fidnet . com>
Richland Mo., Pulaski - Friday, July 23, 1999 at 23:57:03 (EDT)
I am looking for information about the Andrejkovics Family in the oldHungarian Kingdom.
Paul Andrejkovics <pjmlandre@aol.com>
Hudson Falls, New York 12839, United States - Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 22:18:13 (EDT)
My ggrandparents and grandfather were from Hungary. Have no idea how to go about doing any research. Supposedly, (at least my gfather) was born in Debrezen Hungary 12/1897 - he and my ggfather were supposedly barons with a large estate, my gfather supposedly went to school/college (?) in Budapest, later to be a Captain in the Hungarian Calvary (have pictures of him in uniform. Supposedly kin to Franz Joseph. My ggrandparents left, went to Chicago (approx. 1910 ?) but my ggfather did go back possibly 1920's 30's (where he died). My grandfather defected Hungary to keep from being killed during WWI. Have little more info - names: Stefan (Stephen) Julius Von Lorthy LaZar (where von lorthy came from ?) married Gisela ____ son (my grandfather) Stefan (Stephen) Julius Von Lorthy LaZar, Jr. Can you help me with any of this info or tell me where to even get started. Any help would be appreciated. Michelle
Michelle "LaZar" Barrera <chelle@desoto.net>
USA - Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 22:11:53 (EDT)
hello, Do you think you can find information about Furst family who lived in the area of Yugoslavia today? Ron Goldman
ron goldman <rgoldman@inter.net.il>
Israel - Thursday, July 22, 1999 at 05:03:24 (EDT)
Christopher Sabo 1978 James Sabo 1948- Michigan Louis Sabo 1921- Lived in Pen. and MIchigan ? Sabo 1879- Slovakia
Christopher Sabo <chsabo@hotmail.com>
Hampton, VA - Wednesday, July 21, 1999 at 12:58:55 (EDT)
Looking for Njarasfalva, Hungary (south of Munkac and North of Beregszazz. This was the birthplace of my Father-in-Law. We do not know it's present name. He was born in 1894 in what was then Hungary (now the Ukraine)
Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@iu.net>
Titusville/Kennedy Space Center/Florida, USA - Tuesday, July 20, 1999 at 19:27:39 (EDT)
I have found your web site very interesting. The information for the craftsmen and shop keepers in the 1890 time period is very helpful to me as it appears to confirm the existance of my grandfather's family in Zemplen county, town of Satoraljauhely. I have sent you an e-mail to discuss this with you more. Please keep up the good work.
Donald Coleman <donc@liveh2o.com>
- Monday, July 19, 1999 at 19:26:09 (EDT)
Great site. It has helped me greatly Thank You !!!
Greg Gombar <ggombar@carolinas.org>
Charlotte, NC, US - Sunday, July 18, 1999 at 11:37:04 (EDT)
Very impressed with the information on your sight. We asked for a search for town of Njarasfalva. The answer was that there was one listing, but it does'nt tell where to find this listing. Thank you for all the information you are presenting to the World through your website. Warm Regards, Norman and Jean Fuhrer (P.S.) we do know that Njarasfalva was in Hungary, but do not know anything else about it.
Norman and Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@iu.net>
Titusville, Florida (Kennedy Space Center), USA - Monday, July 12, 1999 at 21:30:53 (EDT)
I have enjoyed your web site very much. My grandfather, Julius Baksa, was born in Zalaapati, on July 2, 1904 and came to the United States in October of 1923 on the Ocore ship. My grandmother's family are Vidovics, her father was reportedly a shoemaker (horses & humans) in Hungary prior to emigrating. My grandfather on my mother's side was John Sisan born 1/23/1893 in Budapest. My grandmother on my mother's side was Julia Tehi (Tihi, Tihey, Tichy?) Little is known of her background. We will be researching our family history and will certainly be back on this page. Any help is appreciated.
E. J. Baksa, Jr. <rbaksa@mindspring.com>
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - Sunday, July 11, 1999 at 19:14:39 (EDT)
although there is a settlement named Sarvar there is no information about the town (except hot springs and hotels) and nothing on the Sarvar(Sarver). I expect it is a very small town and not many people with this name. Any info on the settlement Sarvar would be very helpful. I have enjoyed your pages very much and will return. Thanks......Gary Chow
Gary M. Sarver <kakie@bellsouth.net>
Covington, Louisiana, USA - Thursday, July 08, 1999 at 19:48:37 (EDT)
HELP!! A link brought me here...searching for Horvath's..but can't find the homepage! Email URL please!!
Sherri Musselman
- Wednesday, July 07, 1999 at 17:06:04 (EDT)
I'm trying to find the ancestors of my wife, Gizella Komondy. Her grandparents came from Körmend. So far my I had no clue where to start. Thanks to you, I now do know how and where to begin. Thank you
Walter Annard <w.annard@zn.nl>
Doorn, Netherlands - Wednesday, July 07, 1999 at 14:06:37 (EDT)
Szasz Dzsoni! Remelem nem ciki szamodra, ha honi nyelven irok a vendegkonyvbe. Nekem senkit se kell felkutatnod, bar apam egyik nagyapjat a kukoricasban talaltak csecsemo koraban. Orommel latom, hogy kiterjedt klienturad kezd kialakulni. A ceged vedelmi dijarol majd targyalunk :-) Addig is sokat linkelek a szponcorokon, hogy legyen mit ennie a kis Bobonak.
Baggermann Armin <baggermann@extra.hu>
Budapest, Ki az a hulye aki nem tudja hol van Budapest! - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 17:31:26 (EDT)
I am very interested in knowing more about the BERTANYs
Tom Bertany <lawyer@atlanta.com>
Roswell, Georgia, USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 16:04:19 (EDT)
I am very interested in knowing more about the BERTANYs
Tom Bertany <lawyer@atlanta.com>
Roswell, Georgia, USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 16:03:59 (EDT)
I'm trying to find info on Kaldy and Raiz. I don't know if these are shortened or the spelling changed when they came to USA. Samuel Kaldy born 3-10-1883 possibley in Pest. I know he went back to visit a sister I thought in 1970 or so. On death certificate it says born in Austria-Hungary. The name Kaldy doesn't show up any where and I'm very surprised. He married Kateleen Raiz. I have no info on her. Any help would be wonderful. Kathy
Kathleen Trombley <ktromble@cecom.com>
Eastpointe, MI, USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 12:37:55 (EDT)
This is my first post. I have enjoyed your website very much. It seems to have a lot more information than other Hungarian genealogy sites I have found. My husband and I are looking for birth information about his great-grandfather. His name was Charles Terzin. He was born 29AUG1888. The family says that he was born in Budapest. Charles supposedly left Hungary for the USA sometime in 1911. He eventually settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are having difficulty finding any information before his settling in Cincinnati. Terzin does not seem to be a very common name. Indeed, it seems that there are only 2 people with the Terzin name in all of Hungary. If there is any information in Hungary about Charles Terzin, or even Dursin Terzin(may be Charles' father), please contact me.
Karen O'Meara TERZIN <terzins@tir.com>
Waterford, USA - Monday, July 05, 1999 at 15:28:07 (EDT)
Looking for the RATSCHKA name genealogy, pls mail me info on RATSCHKA in BARANYA. Pozdrowienia z Polski.
Krzysztof M Ratschka <ratschka@astercity.net>
Warszawa, Polska - Thursday, July 01, 1999 at 18:42:27 (EDT)
Looking for surnames: Batta from Sarospatak & Karad. Beja all I know is that my grandfather came from Hungary. Haven't been able to locate anything on the Beja surname.
Connie Augle <bq316@aol.com>
U.S.A. - Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 00:54:27 (EDT)
My GGGGF was born in Nyirmada, which ive been told was approximetly 45 miles outside Budapest. Im intersted in finding his Birth Certificate. Any Help you can offer would be greatly appreciated and rewarded.
Aaron Burton <aaron_burton@yahoo.com>
Anniston, Alabama, USA - Sunday, June 27, 1999 at 16:16:17 (EDT)
Very interested in your project and I await further details eagerly. Question I note that in my search for surnames none appeared in the pre 1921 counties specifically Veroce and Szerem. I am I correct in assuming that these are not included?
Joseph Solomon (Salamon) <jsolomo2@ix.netcom.com>
N. Ridgeville, Ohio, USA - Sunday, June 27, 1999 at 14:44:00 (EDT)
I tried to e-mail, it wont accept it. Please contact me.I am looking for Sangers in Hungary. My g.grandfather-Joseph Sanger was born there 2-19-1879.He died in Cleveland ,Ohio in 3-08-1935. His wife was also from there Helen Stuhendik(Stubendik).Thanks for any help.Addresses for any Sangers would be great.Thanks again,Cathy
Cathy <to7csaldo@aol.com>
Salado,Texas, USA - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 23:07:51 (EDT)
Am trying to track family members. All I know is that my great-grandmother,Elizabeth Smajda immigrated to US from Czechoslovakia with the help of her adopted son, George Plichta, who went to jail because of his help. She also had a son named Andrew Surgala. Any info on those names would be appreciated. Goerge Plichta may have been born on April 22,1897, Jan. 11,1900 or May 5, 1906.
Lori McFarlin <ljmcfarlin@juno.com>
Rochester, MN, Olmsted - Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 14:05:47 (EDT)
It's so great to have a place to look for information on my father's parents' families. Mamo, Mary Medges/Medgyes b. 4 June 1894, Pecs, Arad, Hungary daughter of Josef Medges/ Medgyes and Agnis Varga/Vargo raised in Budapest had older brother Mike who went to Buffalo, NY, ca 1910 and she followed there. Papo: Istvan (Steve) Koval b. 3 Dec 1895 Tizbecs, Szatmar, Hungary son of Josef Koval and Lydia Gaal. Josef son of Josef Koval and Anna Hoszak. Lydia daughter of Andrew Gaal and Rose Kondor/Koudor. Lydia was b. 17 Apr 1879 Tisbecs, Szatmar, Hungary. Josef was b. 23 Mar 1875, but place of birth unknown. When Josef came to McKeesport, PA, he changed his last name to Kovaly. Any information on any of these families appreciated and I'm more than willing to share. Thank you for the great website.
Cheri Nolen <hungypsy@erie.net>
Erie, PA, USA - Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 10:33:12 (EDT)
I'm looking for information about my grandfather and grandmother.On his declaration of intention he stateshe was born in "Pasdic Hungary on the 10th day of January, anno Domini 1877" His name is Jan (John)Cvercko. He married Anna Evan. Can anyone help me with some information on them?
Milt Ralston <mralston@erols.com>
Richmond, Va, USA - Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 10:16:48 (EDT)
I have always wanted to find out more about my Hungarian background, thanks so much for this site. My grandmother (whom I never knew) was named Rosa Yanik, from Pest. She had 5 sons, John, Michael, Steven, Andrew and James (my father), plus a girl Erzebet, who died at age 11. The first three were born in Hungary and she made a couple trips to the United States, the last in 1917 when my dad was born. Any info would be great.
Krista L Yanik-Langdon <GypsiKrys@aol.com>
Buffalo NY, USA - Monday, June 21, 1999 at 20:52:54 (EDT)
Does anyone one have any information on my Grandfather Mihaly Kovaly born 6 December 1904 in Polodin Czechoslakia. He was adopted and his wife Anna Mihalyna Guzmits born 14 June 1909 in Buk Hungary. Lived and died in Sopron. I have had no luck whatsoever. Thank you.
Sherilynn Torre nee Koval <shaldom@fastlink.com.au>
Newcastle, Australia - Saturday, June 19, 1999 at 23:13:10 (EDT)
While searching for family information I found the name Sinisa Gyurisin, same last name as mine, a student at the University of Budapest I believe. I have been unsuccessful in locating this person. Looking for some suggestions. Your site is great.
Stephen M. Gyurisin <gyurisin@visuallink.com>
Winchester, Virginia, USA - Saturday, June 19, 1999 at 20:37:27 (EDT)
I am trying to trace my paternal great grandfsther, John Schneider but cannot find a clue as to his place of birth. I believe it was someplace in Germany. Using the Broderbund Census discs, I find many John Schneiders and some look promising. However, a couple are supposidly born in "HDAR" and I have no idea where that is. Any clues?
SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM <BILSKYLAB>
Silver Spring, , MD USA - Saturday, June 19, 1999 at 13:52:32 (EDT)
Have found your page very interesting in my family name search. Am still persuing info in regards to the Rektenwald name. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
George M Rektenwald <grektenwald@yahoo.com>
Vernon, Tx USA - Friday, June 18, 1999 at 22:50:10 (EDT)
What an amazing project.I am overwhelmed by the size of this work and your ambition. My grandmother's maiden name was Nitsch and I think from Berlin. I have heard that Nitsch and similar orig inated in the Lowlands (Nederland/ Belgium) and migrated east throughout Europe. I have not researched this.My compliments on your perfect English (American style)
Richard DeMoske <rdemoske@crosslink.net>
Martinsburg, West Virginia, USA - Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 22:04:05 (EDT)
Please help... I am looking for relatives of my deceased monther. Her birth name was Maria Janoskovics. She was born June 28, 1921 in Karcsa. Her father's name was Jozsef Janoskovics and her mother was Maria Mitro. She came to the US on a ship when she was 12 to live with an Uncle & his wife. She lost all touch with her family. I know she had about 9 brothers and sisters, one of who was born even after she left Hungary. She never saw her family after leaving Hungary. We never knew any relatives there. This is all I know of her family. I am amazingly taking a trip to Austria in September and will visit Budapest also. It is with deep hope that I can find at least one relative there. Please let me know if you can help in any way. Thank you so very much!
Karen Keefe <keefe@inficad.com>
Phoenix, Arizona, USA - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 15:20:41 (EDT)
My husbands grandfather, Andrew Poppy (probably changed spelling of last name) and grandmother, Agnes Kuti were born in Budapest, likely mid 1800s. They were living in Sangamon County, IL in the very early 1900s. I look forward to the craftsmen & shop keepers list being completed. Thanks for the work you are doing.
Carol Coady <cjcoady@hotbot.com>
Scottsdale AZ, USA - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 12:41:52 (EDT)
My husbands grandfather, Andrew Poppy (probably changed spelling of last name) and grandmother, Agnes Kuti were born in Budapest, likely mid 1880s. They were living in Sangamon County, IL in the very early 1900s. I look forward to the craftsmen & shop keepers list being completed. Thanks for the work you are doing.
Carol Coady <cjcoady@hotbot.com>
Scottsdale AZ, USA - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 12:40:58 (EDT)
Ez egyszerûen fantasztikus, es legyszives adj nekem feladatot!!! Udvozlettel udvozol es abszolute lelkes: az te Hugod
Bogárdi Aliz <wonder@nko.jpte.hu>
Pécs, Hungária - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 09:37:51 (EDT)
Hello Janos well my family goes a long way back and i was wondering about my relatives in the U.S. my ancestors used to own lots of land which is now part of Romania Thank you for your help My email is at bonddoubleoseven@hotmail.com
Marcell Lugosi
- Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 17:07:03 (EDT)
thank you
Marcellus Hungaricus Lugosi
- Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 16:55:02 (EDT)
I am quite anxious to see the full information on the surnames in your database.
Donald Coleman <donc@liveh2o.com>
Soddy-Daisy, TN, USA - Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 15:25:29 (EDT)
Dear Janos; Found information about you from listing in the Burgenland Bunch of which I am a new member. I shall sent you some information on my grandparents families shortly. All I have is some baptism information on my grandfather who was baptised near Pecs. Surnames are MOTISKA and LABAHN. Would like you to do some research for me if possible. Hope to E-mail you in next few days. If you have time can you contact me to let me know if you are currently available. Thanks. Ray
Ray Prell <cpr4winds@aol.com>
San Diego, CA, USA - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 22:03:03 (EDT)
I'm glad to have come accross your Homepage. I shall comment once have perused your site. Good luck,keep up the good work! Tibor
Bocz Tibor Istvan <tbocz@yorku.ca>
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 18:01:13 (EDT)
What a thrill to get a response from a search for my last name. I have always wondered whether there were any other Tonhazy's or find a little history. Keep up the good work I'll be checking in again.
FRANK TONHAZY <FTVNY@aol.com>
New York, USA - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 13:26:42 (EDT)
Thanks for this great website! I am looking for information on the WEKERLE family members from Batschka (Bacs Bodrgog) County. Would love to locate map circa 1910 of this county also. Baptismal records are from Vajszka (Archdiocese of Kalocsa). Family owned vineyards (or so we are told). Any thoughts?
Pam Myers <plantlady56@webtv.net>
Manchester, CT, USA - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 11:09:27 (EDT)
Contgratulations. One of the best web pages I have EVER seen. What is more, the generosity of the free information to be gained is most appreciated.
Steve Colman <steve1@tpg.com.au>
Sydney, Australia - Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 23:35:43 (EDT)
Learned of your website through a member of the H-Sig Group/Jewish Gen/ We traveled to Hungary in 1984, with hopes of standing in the town where my father was born. He, of course, told us that he came from near Budapest. We did not speak the language, so we were unable to find any information on our own. It is exciting to know that through your website, we will be able to find out information for a very reasonable fee. We saw the name Fuhrer under Craftsmen and Shopkeepers, and it showed (6). How difficult would it be to find the first names of these Fuhrers. My father had eleven brothers and we do not know the names of all of them. They originally came from Njarasfalva (between Munkac and Bereg Szazz. We understand most of them lived in and around Ungvar before being sent to Auschwitz and Mathausen. You are performing a wonderful service for those of us who cannot readily access the information. Good Luck with your endeavor. Warm Regards, Norman and Jean Fuhrer
Norman Fuhrer <nfuhrer@iu,net>
Titusville, FLorida (Space City USA), USA - Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 21:05:39 (EDT)
Researching grandparents, Istvan and Anna Dringus,immigrated circa 1896 to New Jersey from Makkosjanosi, Bereg Megye,Hungary now Ivanovka, the Ukraine. Looking for info on any brothers or sisters that might have immigrated with them around the same time.
Frank Dringus <FDringus@AOL.com>
Fallsington Pa., U.S. - Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 14:24:00 (EDT)
I AM SEARCHING FOR MY FAMILY HISTORY. BOTH MY GRANDPARENTS EMIGRATED TO THE US. WE ARE STILL SUPPOSEDLY HAVE FAMILY. THANK YOU TRACY
TRACY MARTINEZ <JATAMTZ@SWBELL.NET>
CLAREMORE, USA - Sunday, June 13, 1999 at 00:49:28 (EDT)
you've set up a wonderful web-site Thank You!!
Mark Rosenberg <rosies@wa.freei.net>
Snohomish,WA, U.S.A. - Friday, June 11, 1999 at 03:53:56 (EDT)
I've just returned from a 3-week visit from Hungary. I'd be interested in finding out something about my great-grandmother, Sarolta Szechenyi, born in Mako in 1848. How can I find out if she was related to Istvan (I know she wasn't his daughter)? Her son, Charles Balough (Balogh Karoly) was born in Nagylak in 1883, educated as an engineer in Budapest, and emigrated to the US in about 1904. He was my grandfather. Any tips you can give me on how to start tracking this down would be much appreciated. (Your country is great -- I really enjoyed my visit.)
Bill Jeffers <jeffersw@lafayette.edu>
Easton, PA, USA - Thursday, June 10, 1999 at 14:47:07 (EDT)
Hi: I have had no luck finding anything on my last name. My dad says he is Hungarian but now I am not so sure. If you could shed ANY light on my last name, I would be grateful. My grandfather was John Yenyo and I think he was born in a village named Felso Vadez. That is all I have. Thanks
Alexander Yenyo <yenyo@erols.com>
Fredericksburg, VA 22408, USA - Wednesday, June 09, 1999 at 00:33:40 (EDT)
your website is full of very helpful information.
James E. Reumann <jreumann@prodigy.net>
Perry Park, Kentucky, USA - Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 19:53:32 (EDT)
Sounds like a great project you have. I'll be very interested in looking through your database for the names MIKUSKA and LEDNICKY/LEDNICZKY, as I see there are couple references to them in your surname lists. Please let me know when your database is available and how much your services would be for info on those names.
Scott Mikusko <guerilla@concentric.net>
Santa Clara, California, United States of America - Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 16:27:46 (EDT)
Looking for family in Hungary Grandparents names are Steve Kosh from Rodestyyan/Grandmother Bertha Sus Her Father was Andy Sus and her mother Maiden name was Susie Shegedie this goes back to 1896 for farther back than that date I would like to find this history becasue, my father parents came from Hungary in 1909, Bertha came from nagybery Hungary. Any help would be helpful. Thank You Toni Kosh Kidnie
Toni Kosh Kidnie <tkidnie@ameritech.net>
Clinton Township, Michigan, U.S.A - Monday, June 07, 1999 at 12:46:40 (EDT)
I am trying to locate information on my paternal grandfather, by the name of Nandor Grossman. He married my grandmother, Giselle Prince (sp) who was from Buda, and my father was born in 1925. I do not know when he arrived in the U.S. or any other information except that he served in WW-I.
Karen Zimmer <kzimmer@kimmerlaw.com>
Seattle, WA, USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 20:55:21 (EDT)
This looks good. My Paternal line is SIMON and BEZZEG. Keep up the good work. I am looking forward to searching your database.
Patricia Gail SIMON MIDKIFF <gmidkiff2@zdnet.com>
Huntsville, TX, USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 01:33:07 (EDT)
Great information - Thanks! Still trying to research Kalmar.
Susan <jamessusan@texcom-mail.army.mil>
USA - Wednesday, June 02, 1999 at 08:09:41 (EDT)
Need to find a link to my ancestors....Please advise.... Lazslo Zoltan Almasi... Lzalmasi@aol.com
L Almasi
- Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 19:36:09 (EDT)
What is the best place to search for my ancestors? They came from Petervasar.
Fulop, Lajos <birolajos@hotmail.com>
Maumee, Ohio, USA - Monday, May 31, 1999 at 16:26:49 (EDT)
What is the best place to search for my ancestors? They came fro Petervasar.
Fulop, Lajos <birolajos@hotmail.com>
Maumee, Ohio, USA - Monday, May 31, 1999 at 16:26:15 (EDT)
Mezei Miklos, Somogy Csurgo.
Nicholas E. Mezey <mezey@adelphia.net>
Hobe Sound FL, USA - Monday, May 31, 1999 at 08:12:35 (EDT)
Tisztelt Bogardi Janos! Csak ugy talalomra irtam be a csaladnevemet a keresoprogrambe, es igy jutottam el az on honlapjahoz. Erdekes, hogy az osszes beiras angol, amikor vegulis ez a hely magyarokrol szol...Orommel segitenek leforditani az A4-es lapot, ha meg aktualis...Azt hiszem most kutatok tovabb az oseim utan...Viszontlatasre es sok sikert.
Chityil Gyorgy <gchityi@acad.udallas.edu>
Budapest, Magyarorszag - Saturday, May 29, 1999 at 13:52:12 (EDT)
Site very intresting any information on Elizabeth Pflucher Stamora,Hungary born 1885 or Anton Kuhn Temesuar,,Hungary 11-15-1881 both surnames listed in your book very intrested
Raymond Kuhn <rayk@gateway.net>
Jupiter,Florida, U.S.A. - Friday, May 28, 1999 at 20:57:33 (EDT)
Been trying to locate any relatives in Hungary from grandmother Mary Jakob, immigrated to us pre 1900. She corresponded with family in hungary until her death but all records have been lost.
Dorothy Somogyi Kays <kayselec@hotmail.com>
philllipsburg, warren - Friday, May 28, 1999 at 12:41:25 (EDT)
found your web site very interesting as I was searching for decent maps of the hometown of my Mother in Panscova. She was born in 1895 and I wished to get a good map of the place. I will try and write to you for more information
Margaret Ignich <f29m29@aol.com>
- Thursday, May 27, 1999 at 22:41:51 (EDT)
ANN ARRIVED U.S.A. CIRCA 1850. LIVED WITH BROTHERS IN, POSSIBLY, NAZERITH, PA., UNTIL HER PARENTS MIGRATED TO U.S.A. HUSBAND SEAMUS DEERING SOON FOLLOWED (THEY HAD BEEN SECRETLY MARRIED IN NATIVE IRELAND PRIOR TO HER COMING HERE. THEY THEN MOVED TO BAYONNE, N.J. DON'T KNOW COUNTY OF ORIGIN IN IRELAND. HER PARENTS SOLD FARM OF LAND TO COME TO AMERICA. COULD HAVE BEEN EARLIER THAN GREAT HUNGER.
ANN GREY (GRAY) <patraic@bestweb.net>
staten island, n.y., U.S.A., of course - Tuesday, May 25, 1999 at 19:28:17 (EDT)
Searching for information on my paternal g-grandparents Peter Schuller and Maria Rahiczky, or Ropiczky. Maria is believed to be Ukrainian or Russian. They settled in Banhaza, Szabolcs megye about 1860-65 probably after his discharge from military service. Nothing is known where he came from or where he went. My grandfather Janos Schuller (born 12 Dec 1868) married Karolina Izso (born 23 Jan 1874) in Mateszalka, Szatmar megye in 1893. They migrated to the US in 1905-06 with 3 children. Also searching Izso (also Isso, Isoo, Iso), Szabo, Nema, Geresi, Varga, Nemeti and Lorinez.
Edward J. Schuller <ednhazel@worldnet.att.net>
Sanibel, FL, US - Monday, May 24, 1999 at 18:56:49 (EDT)
I want to find out my family tree
Childs <s516chi>
- Monday, May 24, 1999 at 18:49:42 (EDT)
Searching for information on my paternal g-grandparents Peter Schuller and Maria Rahiczky (or Ropiczky) who settled in Banhaza, Szabolcs megye about 1860-65 after after his military service. I do not know where he came from or where he went. Maria is believed to be Ukrainian or Russian. My grandfather Janos was born 12 Dec 1868. He married Karolina Izso in Mateszalka in 1893. They migrated to the US 1n 1905 and 1906 with 3 children. Also searching Izso (also Isso, Isoo, Iso), Szabo, Nema, Geresi, Varga, Nemeti and Lorinez
Edward J. Schuller <ednhazel@worldnet.att.net>
Sanibel, FL, US - Monday, May 24, 1999 at 18:35:54 (EDT)
I just found your web site. I am researching a hungarian ancestor, Maria Czervenyak and her brother Thomas whose parents are Mihay Czervenyak and Mary Horvat. They were croations. I can't wait to see the 1891 census to see if I find them listed there. I'm glad to find a website for researching hungarian ancestors.
Sheri LeQuia <lequia@elite.net>
Merced, California, USA - Sunday, May 23, 1999 at 19:58:48 (EDT)
Searching for Ganoczy from Hungary/Slovak Republic.
Carl Ganocy <carlh2o@aol.com>
Ravenna, Ohio, USA - Saturday, May 22, 1999 at 11:37:29 (EDT)
Wow! Thank you. Your site is a treasure. Hungarian information is often not easy to find here. I am searching (and have pretty well found) ancestors "Bognar" from Gelse, Zala, and "Geber" from Zalaszentmihaly. Can you tell me if the Latter Day Saints microfilmed parish records from Zalaszentmihaly, and then list them from somewhere else (Pacsa?)? I know there was, and is, a Catholic church there, but no Mormon records under Zalaszentmihaly.
Paul W. Bognar <pwbognar@interlog.com>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Friday, May 21, 1999 at 13:55:17 (EDT)
I'm a first time visitor to your page and am seeking information on my husband's families. Both maternal grandparents were turn of the century immigrants - the names I am researching are Andrus (Andrew) Szyjjarto and Mary Voradi (Varady) both from the Zemplin District.
Ann Mohr Osisek <amo.gen@worldnet.att.net>
Maitland, Florida, USA - Wednesday, May 19, 1999 at 15:36:10 (EDT)
Hello, I am trying to find out information about my grandmother who used to live in Hungary. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Balint. She married a man called Karoly Ban. I am trying to find any relatives related to her. i did know my grandmother, but non of her family. I'm also interesting in finding out about the surname LAKATOS, SZUCS, BAN.
Nadia Lakatos <nlakatos@cch.com.au>
Sydney, Australia - Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 01:21:34 (EDT)
Hallo! I want to know more about a man named Anton Saghi. He was in a budapest hospital in 1913 and i think he diet He was my grandfather. My father was born in 1910, so he cold`nt tell me more about his father because the 1. world war. Maybe you can help me best regards Kurt Saghi
Kurt Saghi <KurtSaghi@compuserve.com>
Salzburg, Austria - Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 15:03:20 (EDT)
i would really like to have some information on abtaining access to my child in Kelowna, British Columbia. this information would be greatly approiciated.
Stephanie McAllister <mcallistersteph@hotmail.com>
Deer Lake, Canada - Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 13:23:21 (EDT)
Hello Janos, I am having a very difficult time researching my family, I don't speak hungarian. I don't know how to do this research in Hungary. Any suggestions?
Gale H. Boehm <Kboehm1207@aol.com>
New Milford, Ct. 06776, USA - Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 08:03:04 (EDT)
I am very interested in your project. Breyla is not a common name and information on it is hard to find. Looking forward to any input you can provide. Thanks!
David Breyla <Breyladm@aol.com>
- Friday, May 14, 1999 at 07:48:25 (EDT)
Just found this page..Searching for Ritzels from Utica, N Y
Bob Ritzel <ritzelbob@hotmail,com>
Frost, Texas, USA - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 23:20:29 (EDT)
Looking for grandparents nameedKEREKES from NYIREGHAZA , also BUGYI from DEBRECEN before 1895
Bugyi <MIDD21>
Yardly, PA., YSA - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 18:00:54 (EDT)
Looking for grandparents nameedKEREKES from NYIREGHAZA , also BUGYI from DEBRECEN before 1895
Bugyi <MIDD21>
Yardly, PA., YSA - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 17:51:11 (EDT)
I am looking for information on my family. My Great grandfather and Great Grandmother came from Hungary. There names are Emery and Rose Torok. Please contact me if you have any information. Thank you so much.
Angie Schell <angies@edmark.omc>
Seattle, USA - Tuesday, May 11, 1999 at 10:07:10 (EDT)
Great Data base from the Hungarian Archives. My ancestors were listed and I'm interested in the settlement and their occupation. The surname is Asztmondja. The known settlement is Nagykapos, Ung Megye circa 1848-1888. The Hungarian Telephone White pages lists no surnames under the various spellings we have found in our research. Can you confirm anything via e-mail? Thanks.
John J. Asmonga <jasmonga@grove.iup.edu>
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A - Saturday, May 08, 1999 at 19:51:13 (EDT)
Great website! Am just starting to look into this, but my husband's grandmother (still with us at age almost 90)was born in Bukovina (Town-Andrasfalva) in 1910. I found an Andrasfalva in Transylvania, but she says it is in Bukovina and is very small. Is there another Andrasfalva? Her last name (maiden name), was Sebastyn, and her married name is Cizzar (probably Csasar or some other spelling originally). Her family moved originally to Canada, then to the U.S. (Michigan). I will be in Budapest for a few days in early June, and wonder whether the records from Bukovina are kept in Budapest or where? Any ideas you have are welcome. Thanks again for your very interesting site. Elizabeth Long dnblong@funtv.com
elizabeth long <dnblong@funtv.com>
San Diego, California, usa - Saturday, May 08, 1999 at 02:58:28 (EDT)
its cool
alan marschke <Whizzer456@aol.com>
- Friday, May 07, 1999 at 12:59:48 (EDT)
This is a really wonderful homepage that you have created. It is probably the most helpful one I have found in researching my family geneaology, and as I have not had much luck yet, I really appreciate it--you probably have some of my ancestors on record somewhere--it's just a matter of figuring out exactly how my surname was orginally spelled (if it was at all changed when my great-grandfather came here from Hungary). Thanks very much for your hard work and effort--it is greatly appreciated! :) -- Christina PS. If anyone knows anything about the Talay family, please let me know. My email is cltala@maila.wm.edu. Thanks! :)
Christina Talay <cltala@maila.wm.edu>
Newport News, Virginia, United States - Friday, May 07, 1999 at 11:10:31 (EDT)
Your site is a wealth of information I'm happy to have found it. Thanks for all your efforts. I am researching the surname Nosz. My father Gyula Nosz married my mother Erszebet Csamer in '53 and came to the US in '56. My grandfather owned 2 shops in Siofok under Nosz, Ferenc. My mothers father owned farmland and a winery in goncruszka under Csamer, Bela. I'm fairly certain I'm the only Nosz in the U.S. and it seems anywhere else. I'm hoping someone will prove me wrong. Please let me know if you can assist
Julius Nosz, Jr. <jaynvegas@aol.com>
Las Vegas, Nv, US - Monday, May 03, 1999 at 13:30:58 (EDT)
Hali Bobó. B O B Ó R U L E Z !!!
Ronczyk József
- Monday, May 03, 1999 at 04:00:16 (EDT)
I am having a difficult time discovering the history of my surname which is GENG. I am certain that all of my grandparents came from Hungary and outside of English, Hungarian was the only language spoken in my home.
Joseph S. Geng <geng.j@worldnet.att.net>
- Friday, April 30, 1999 at 19:57:32 (EDT)
I'm interested in learning about father's heritage. His name is Nick (Miklos) Osika and was born in Miskolc on July 21, 1925. I'd like to know more about the family name. Thanks
Nicki Jones <jones3@open.org>
Idanha, OR, U.S.A.I' - Wednesday, April 28, 1999 at 17:40:10 (EDT)
Good work, Janos!
Balazs Krisztina <krszta@catholic.org>
Pecs (Woodmere), Magyarorszag (USA) - Wednesday, April 28, 1999 at 11:08:00 (EDT)
I am brand new to this. I am looking for the names Sebok and Roha. They are both from Hungary. William Sebok was born about 1881 or 82. Helen Roha was a twin with blond hair and blue eyes. First William, who was studing to be a priest came to the U.S.because of his health. Then by a prearanged marriage Helen came to the U.S. They had at least three daughters the oldest one named Helen Yoland, who was born in Bridgeport CT. William took his oldest daughter, to take care of him, and moved to Ohio. My mother never saw her mother or sisters ever again. Is there any one out there that can help? If you can Please let me know. Thanks for your time; Sandy Monastra
Sandy Monastra <WMonastra@aol.com>
Cleveland Ohio, U.S.A. - Tuesday, April 27, 1999 at 11:40:35 (EDT)
ASZMONGYA (ASZTMONDJA) Janos and Lajos were born in 1852 and 1848 respectively. Janos married Elizabeth TOTH. He is my greatgrandfather. KERTESZ Joseph Louis was born in the Transylvania region circa 1874 and had two brothers that we are aware of at this time: John and Stephen J. KERTESZ. Joseph came to USA in 1891 and married Elizabeth Rose ASZMONGYA in 1899 in Homestead, Pennsylvania. We think he also had a twin who stayed in New York City as a tailor, but this hasn't been confirmed. Any help would be appreciated.
Ken Curtis <bkcurtis@prodigy.net>
USA - Sunday, April 25, 1999 at 15:11:38 (EDT)
This is the very first piece of information I have ever been able to find about my possible ancestry (Mikitovics)... I hope to find even more. I am looking forward to this site being complete! Thank you.
Audrey Lawrence <attila@nevada.edu>
USA - Saturday, April 24, 1999 at 17:25:21 (EDT)
Great site! I am looking for information about my grandparents, Geza Kernats, Rose Kernats, Gyorgy Lonchar, Rose Lonchar, all came to USA from Hungary after world war one.
Frank Kernats
- Saturday, April 24, 1999 at 08:05:17 (EDT)
Great site! I am looking for information about my grandparents, Geza Kernats, Rose Kernats, Gyorgy Lonchar, Rose Lonchar, all came to USA from Hungary after world war one.
Frank Kernats
- Saturday, April 24, 1999 at 08:05:04 (EDT)
A very concise and needed service is provided by you. I am attempting to research my family name and seperate the family "lore" from the real facts. Your site will be invaluable.
Franz Szakmary <franz-otto@worldnet.att.net>
Aurora, Colorado, U.S.A - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 22:01:49 (EDT)
Need assistance Searching for grandparents indicated Isenberg, Hungary place of birth cannot find.
Wanda Hart <CharlesHart@webtv>
Menlo Park,CA, USA - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 18:13:25 (EDT)
Until I found your craftsmen and shopkeepers in Hungary, 1891, I was never able to locate my father's family, this included his mother's side of the family also.
Mary Jane Malensek <malensek@suite224.net>
Ashtabula,Ohio, United states - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 09:45:48 (EDT)
Thank you for an insight in to some Hungarian history. If you could find out or tell me anything about my surname it would be great thanks!
Robert Selymesi <robselyn@nilsen.com.au>
Melbourne, Australia - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 07:49:07 (EDT)
I don't want to take up alot of your time, but I am not even sure I am searching in the right direction. We know nothing about my Grandmother's famil, except that she said her father came from Austria-Hungary. We have always assumed they were Hungarian, partly from family rumor, partly from her looks and partly her maiden name, Herwath, which we thought was an Americanization of Horvath. Do you think we are correct?
Patricia Reed <rpr3rd@aol.com>
Houston, TX, USA - Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 21:17:07 (EDT)
I am looking for PreWWI Hungary. The region south of Arad now part of Romania. My grandparents were Hungarian from this region. They, and others from their village, moved to Canada about 1905.
Jim Ellefson <jellef@concentric.net>
Hinsdale IL, USA - Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 11:46:43 (EDT)
Dear Mr. Bogardi, I just ound your pages, and I'm impressed. My family comes from an area north of Belgrade, and there are too many tings that are not very clear! Mit freundlichen Gruessen, ihr KARLHEINZ
Karlheinz A. Halter <Austro-California.Club@mails.at>
TORRANCE, California/USA - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 at 06:03:21 (EDT)
My your website has really grown since I first visited (:-) I have noticed you name come up on a few of the several mail lists to which I belong. Still have found NOTHING on my G-grandparents from Hungary, John Sipos and Juliane Nagy, circa 1860s. I am happy that so many others have found your site and getting results! Keep up the good work. Marian MOGAR Huey marianh@continet.com
Marian MOGAR Huey <marianh@continet.com>
Eugene, Oregon, USA - Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 23:36:52 (EDT)
Great Website, I am searching back to the 1640's!
Ritzel
- Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 19:22:43 (EDT)
Wonderful Web Site! Found Towns "Pesth & Buda" I am looking for a Town between these two named "URSENT-ERSENT / MEKLISH-MICKLESH" I cannot find the proper spelling, sorry. Can you help? Researching,TOTH,BECKE Alex Toth, Mary or Susan Becke. Many relatives live in Canada but I connot go back further than these names I listed from the late 1990's, these are my Grandparents, would like to find family still in Hungary. I have a Web site in Family Tree Maker" Thank you very much. Please email any info if you can. To: Sobizarre@aol.com
J. Toth/Becke <Sobizarre@aol.com>
Illinois, U.S.A. - Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 02:14:48 (EDT)
I just found your web site and need to do more exploring. Searching for info on a Katie Weitzel from Dombovar. Married Henry Weiler from Tekes,Boranya. Both came to USA early 1900's. Katie had sister named Theresa . Do not know her married name. Would like info onLutheran churches in area so as to contact for info on cemetery lists if available.
Ken Olinger <Olinger47@aol.com>
Uniontown,ohio, USA - Saturday, April 17, 1999 at 20:02:19 (EDT)
Searching for ancestral roots: Kruppa, Smoll. John Kruppa arrived into New York from Budapest (I believe), at around the turn of the century. He arrived with his wife, Veronica Smoll, and three children(Stephen, Ellen, John) as well as his mother-in-law, Teresa (Spelling?) Kruppa information on the net is VERY limited and I am only just beginning my research. Any help/hints would be greatly appreciated. I am unsure if the Kruppa name is even known in the Budapest area, regardless of the names possible meaning. Thank you greatly, TSK3
Theodore Stephen Kruppa <dunamis@dmv.com>
- Saturday, April 17, 1999 at 15:24:17 (EDT)
very interesting web site,the first one I have found,that had my name listed.
Stephen Kocsis <koc-4848webtv.net>
Burkburnett,tx., USA - Saturday, April 17, 1999 at 01:19:00 (EDT)
An excellent site. Congrats on a job Very well done! I will visit you often!
Jan Augusta <augusta@home.com>
West Hartford, CT, USA - Wednesday, April 14, 1999 at 06:11:37 (EDT)
Just came across your website. Really like it. Some good hints on research in Hungary. Will come back and check it out some more.
Christine Callaghan <callaghan@macnet.com>
McMinnville, Oregon, USA - Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 23:08:22 (EDT)
I seek any information about the Schantz family aka Schanz aka Šanc from Munkacs, Hungary. Samuel Schantz worked as a railroad station master from 1887 until 1904. His wife Sarah Greenstein Schantz and their parents. my great great grandparents Max and Jennie Gold Schantz, and Abraham and Golda Mirel Greenstein. Does anyone know who has records of railroad employees of Hungarian Railroads from about 1887 to 1904? Does anyone know of where birth marriage and death records of those who lived in Munkacs from 1835-1910 now reside so I can write for a search and retrieval of my ancestors birth, marroage and death records? Also what about census records that would cover Munkacs in Bereg County between 1820 and 1910? To see my great grandfather Samuel Schantz picture browse: http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/samuel.jpg To see my great grandmother Sarah Schantz picture browse http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/sarah.jpg To see my grandfather Max Schantz picture browse http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/manny.jpg
Dennis Baer <dbaer@netmonger.net>
Bethpage, New York, United States of America - Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 16:05:23 (EDT)
MY HUSBAND'S FAMILY NAME IS FURJES ON HI MOTHER'S SIDE AND STEFANOVICH ON HIS FATHER'S. I KNOW HIS MOTHER'S FATHER CAME FROM HUNGARY, HOWEVER I BELIEVE THE STEFANOVICH (STEFAN) FAMILY CAME FROM LITHUANIA.
BETSY STEFAN <MES_89@YAHOO.COM>
CRYSTAL CITY, UNITED STATES - Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 03:28:10 (EDT)
I am looking for information on my Romanian-Hungarian-Austrian relatives. My grandfather, John Kellemen (Chelemen) immigrated to the US around 1910 from Romania to Ohio and then to IN. He was born in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. My grandmother's maiden name was Almason or Almasan (Florence).
Dr. Robert W. Kellemen <kellemen@ccpl.carr.org>
Taneytown, MD, USA - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 23:23:49 (EDT)
I think your site is great and will probably be contacting you about some things I may need help with in the near future.
Kelly Nice <snice 90926@aol.com>
Lafayette, Indiana, USA - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 21:11:57 (EDT)
I am doing some research on my grandparent's family who immigrated to America from Hungary in the early 1900's. His surname was Szilagyi. His family was from a place called Gonc. His first name was Shondor. My grandmother came from a place which we believe was called Szepes/Sombat (sp?) It was originally a part of the Austrio/Hungary empire. Her surname was Witosz. If you could provide any information at all on geneology, I would be appreciative. Thanks for your help. Cheryl Brucker
Cheryl Brucker <cheryl.brucker@mci.com>
USA - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 15:54:45 (EDT)
I would like to know how I can get your book you are researching. I know that my grandparents, George and Mary (Boldiszar) Bardocz sponsored Charlie and Helen (I think their last name was Bogardi) so they could come to the United States. They came here and were like a Great Uncle and Aunt to us. Please write back so I can learn more.
Nancy (Bardocz) Dickerson <grannyn@btc-bci.com>
Bloomingdale, Michigan, USA - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 15:05:47 (EDT)
a good web site nee more information on surnames
ANDREW POCSI <poseypatch@mail2.wesnet.com>
Covington Ohio, USA - Wednesday, April 07, 1999 at 13:55:20 (EDT)
My first time visiting. My great grand father and his son arrived in New York in 1903. I hope your site we be of assistance.
William H. Roth <rothhome@att.net rothhome@juno.com>
Deltona, Florida, USA - Tuesday, April 06, 1999 at 07:21:45 (EDT)
I was not aware of your site untill today .Sure have enjoyed it. I have tried searching for info on my Hungarian family for years. I just found out my fathers parents came from Haniska Com. Abauj Hungary. My mothers parents some where in the Pusta.I have friends in Hungary trying to help me.If I can locate a city for my mothers parents I hope to ask for your help.Regards Gyula Pasztor
Julius Pastor <j.pastor@juno.com>
Scottsdale AZ, USA - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 15:12:52 (EST)
I AM RESEARCHING MY GRANDPARENTS. THEY IMMIGRATED TO THE U.S. AT DIFFERENT TIMES I BELIEVE BETWEEN 1900-1920. THEY POSSIBLY CAME FROM JUGOSLAVIA. ANTON PERME WAS BORN IN 1887, DIED IN PUEBLO CO. ON 12-25-67. ANNA BUKOVIC PERME WAS BORN APRIL 8, 1888, SHE DIED IN AUGUST OF 1976. SHE USED TO TALK ABOUT BUDAPEST A LOT. THANK YOU!
TRACY MARTINEZ <JATAMTZ@SWBELL.NET>
CLAREMORE, USA - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 03:27:37 (EST)
I AM LOOKING FOR MY GRANDPARENTS ROOTS. ITS POSSIBLE THAT THEY CAME FROM JUGOSLAVIA AROUND 1900-1920 TO THE U.S. HIS NAME WAS ANTON PERME BORN AROUND OCTOBER 1887, DIED 12-25-67 IN PUEBLO COLORADO. HER NAME WAS ANNA BUKOVIC BORN APRIL 8, 1888, SHE DIED IN AUGUST OF 1976 IN PUEBLO COLORADO. THANK YOU.
TRACY MARTINEZ <JATAMTZ@SWBELL.NET>
CLAREMORE, USA - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 03:16:47 (EST)
I AM LOOKING FOR MY GRANDPARENTS - HIS NAME WAS ANTON PERME BORN AROUND 1887, HER NAME WAS ANNA BUKOVIC, SHE WAS BORN APRIL 8, 1888. HE DIED 12-25-67 IN PUEBLO COLORADO, SHE DIED IN AUGUST OF 1976 IN PUEBLO COLORADO.
TRACY MARTINEZ <JATAMTZ@SWBELL.NET>
CLAREMORE, USA - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 03:13:48 (EST)
Thank you Janos for this intelligent and easy way to perhaps if I'm lucky to find my roots in Hungary. Gaby
Gabriella Kantor <GABY12011@aol.com>
Los Angeles, USA - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 02:06:27 (EST)
Excellent site! Looking for SOMSAK and JURAS surnames in Northern Hungary (Rosnava/Sajohaha Slovakia area); also KADAR in eastern Hungary.
Mrs. Linda Somsak <lin@deltanet.com>
Westminster, CA, United States - Monday, March 29, 1999 at 23:54:51 (EST)
I have yet to find a family name in the Austria/Hungary/Czech vicinity. Both both my ancestors names are in your database (Wokal and Parizek). I am excited that there is truly information out there for me to find.
Linda Wokal <lin50ND@aol.com>
Shoreline, Washington, United States - Monday, March 29, 1999 at 15:30:52 (EST)
Janos, I recently stumbled onto your site. Very impressive. I am writing from Toronto, Canada. My mother is from a town near Pecs called Berkesd (family name: Hafner). I have managed to trace my ancestry in this region about 200 years through the films of the Mormon church. I am at a stage where I'm trying to find out where in Germany they emigrated from in the mid 1700s. My interest in your site, however, is more on my father's side (where I have had some trouble getting information). I'm particularly interested in the craftsmen and shopkeepers database based on the 1891 census. I note that my name, Mikloska, is there. Is this person(s) by any chance from Bratislava? I would very much appreciate it if you could let me know when this project is completed. Also, I recall seeing something on your site the other day about a registry of name changes. Does this contain people from Bratislava as well? My grandfather once told me that his grandfather (a Slovak)changed the name some time in the mid 1800s. Would you be able to help me out on this? Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. John
John Mikloska <john.mikloska@royalbank.com>
- Monday, March 29, 1999 at 13:00:39 (EST)
cool site.I was looking to see if there was anything under my surname 'RADIX'.
Imarah Radix <kdix@caribsurf.com>
Grenada - Sunday, March 28, 1999 at 15:19:54 (EST)
I am pleased to see such a site on the internet. It is the only site so far where I have found my surename. Thank you, Joseph Novotka
Joseph Novotka <novotka@earthlink.net>
Frederick, Md., and Scranton, Pa,, USA - Saturday, March 27, 1999 at 17:04:50 (EST)
Excellent web site. Am interested in any info about the following names: Foldiak (Földiak) of Budapest (a CEO in Moktar bank around 1910). Liszauer - origin in Ujfeherto, later moved to Budapest. Please inform your fees. Thanks in advance, Miguel Batki
Batki <mbatki@adinet.com.uy>
Montevideo, Uruguay - Saturday, March 27, 1999 at 13:41:09 (EST)
My name is Jolan E. Fagerberg, it was great to find your page. I have read your report to Atila Lueska. First of all I want to congratulate you on your English...I've read your whole report to him I won't go into into how it all came about, it's a long story. I'm from Tatabanya originally and just now started looking into my "history".It begins interestingly in Burganland, Austria in a town called Rotenturm an der Pinka. That is besides the point. What I would like to find out, how much it would cost to have you mail me the addresses of the places you have researched in Tatabanya? Archives, cemeteries, the old church you've mentioned. Does that church still have a forest around it? (I think it's the one that used to run by, going to High- school when I was late.) Also, there was a building in Felsogalla, that used to be called the Munkas Kaszino, it was ran by my grandmother...I'm sorry, my comment is getting too long, please let me know about the addresses please. Thank you, gratefully, Jolan E. Fagerberg
Jolan E. Fagerbeg <Jolannco@aol.com>
Fort Collins,, Colorado U.S.A. - Friday, March 26, 1999 at 18:59:52 (EST)
I just found this website an am thrilled.I have been researching my family, Babicsak Imre from Mehtelek, Szatmar m. and Lencses Maria from the former SzarazBerek, Szatmar m. now Bercu in Romania. Especially my mothers family.
Margaret Babicsak Loroff <marlo@nwonline.net>
- Friday, March 26, 1999 at 15:16:38 (EST)
I'm looking for info on getting dual citizenship. I've heard those with at least one Hungarian grandparent are eligible for Hungarian citizenship. My grandfather emigrated to the US from a part of Hungary that is now Austria. Would I still qualify for citizenship? Any info would be appreciated.
Leslie <lesliet66@yahoo.com>
Detroit, MI, USA - Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at 16:12:20 (EST)
Looking for G-Grandparents, John SIPOS and Juilane (?) NAGY from the Vamosujfalu, Hungary circa 1860s. There are many of each surname, but I can not find the right pairing. I have tried MANY other sites UNsuccessfully in my searchings. Hoping to find help from your specail site. Thank you for producing a good place. marianh@continet.com
Marian Huey <marianh@continet.com>
Eugene, Oregon, USA - Monday, March 22, 1999 at 00:18:40 (EST)
Looking for G-Grandparents, John SIPOS and Juilane (?) NAGY from the Vamosujfalu, Hungary circa 1860s. There are many of each surname, but I can not find the right pairing. I have tried MANY other sites UNsuccessfully in my searchings. Hoping to find help from your specail site. Thank you for producing a good place. marianh@continet.com
Marian Huey <marianh@continet.com>
Eugene, Oregon, USA - Monday, March 22, 1999 at 00:17:09 (EST)
WHAT DOES LIPINTER MEAN
DICK GYORKOS <DICKJOAN2000@YAHOO.COM>
NAPLES, FLA USA - Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 19:00:41 (EST)
I WOULD LIKE FAMILY ROOTS
DICK GYORKOS <DICKJOAN2000@YAHOO.COM>
NAPLES, FLA USA - Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 18:59:27 (EST)
Thank you for your site. I am currently looking for information on the Tritsch Family. My Great Grandfather, Anton Tritsch, along with his wife Fannie Katz, his brother Ziga Tritsch and his wife Pepe Katz (the sister of Fannie) came to the United States from Hungary between 1892 and 1896. I am currently doing some genealogical research into the Tritsch and Katz families and would like to know how your service might assist me.
Todd Tritsch <ttritsch@aol.com>
Geneva, Illinois, USA - Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 16:16:23 (EST)
I am interested in learning more about my family origins. My father always referred to himself as a Banater from the then Hungarian town of Sarafalva near Timisvar. He was born in Feb 1877 and immigrated to the USA in 1909(?)His name was John Waltrich and his father was Matthew. I would like to explore this further and would appreciate any information you can provide including professional genealogical service that is available and the cost of such services
Hemry L Waltrich <Henrtrud@gateway.net>
Chester, va USA - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 21:10:19 (EST)
Searching for ancestors from Hungary, czhecoslovakia, Austria Austria - Recker/Gully Hungary/Check- Siko/Pergyik
Sandy Ayers <sandyayers@yahoo.com>
Lonedell, Missouri, USA - Wednesday, March 17, 1999 at 16:12:46 (EST)
I am researching my grandmother, Mary Bernhardt who immigrated in 1910 from Temesvar,Timisoara, Hungary. Born in Denta, Hungary.
phargrave4@yahoo.com
- Wednesday, March 17, 1999 at 13:01:35 (EST)
I am trying to find information on the name Sallos. My father was born in Budapest and left after the revolution. Any information would be appreciated
Nicole Sallos <nsallos@hotmail.com>
Fredericton, NB, Canada - Tuesday, March 16, 1999 at 13:46:40 (EST)
I was just thilled to find this site and I invite anyone with information of the Name Mezei or Gombos to please contact me and while your at it please visit my homepage, keep up the good work
marie mcgivern ( Mezei) <mmcgivern@encode.com>
Orillia Ontario , Canada - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 23:40:06 (EST)
Thanks for the time and effort you put into your homepage. I gained some useful tips for my genealogical research.
Gene Komaromi <genek6@juno.com>
Green Valley, Arizona USA, - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 19:12:33 (EST)
I am searching for family of Martin Engrisch (aka:Ingrisch)who came from the Timisoara area to US/New York -6-15-1906, he is my Great Grandfather. A year later his Wife Elizabeth Morman Ingrisch came to US with the children, one being my Grandmother Katrina Maria Engrisch. She is now deceased. My husband & I are arriving in Budapest 3/19/99 for a visit. I would like to attwmpt to locate any relatives, but I do not know where to go to obtain information...can you help me? I enjoyed reading your web site.Thanks
jody mckim love <hottrail71@hotmail.com>
Marietta, USA - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 12:50:11 (EST)
I am seraching for family of Martin Engrisch (aka:Ingrisch)who came from the Timisoara area to us through NY on 6-15-1906, he is my Great Grandfather. A year later his Wife Elizabeth Morman Ingrisch came to US with the children, one being my Grandmother Katrina Maria Engrisch. She is now desceased. My husband & I are arriving in Budapest 3/19/99 for a visit. I would like to attwmpt to locate any relatives, but I do not know where to go to obtain information...can you help me? I enjoyed reading your web site.Thanks
jody mckim love <hottrail71@hotmail.com>
Marietta, USA - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 12:48:37 (EST)
Finaly we a nice side of this Web,. I love it. I'm researching Family names.>\: Dér, Ambrus, Kungl, Hajtmann (Heitmann), Fischinger, Reger, Rózsa, Heitz, Katatics, Szokola, Beretz, Pataki, Potyondy, Szabotzky, Millitz, Bonis, Lázár all in Neusatz, Temerien, Bácsföldvár, Tataháza, Futog, Kula, Bács-Bodrogh, Császártöltés (Kaiserdamm) , Nikinci, India, Maradék Syrmie, Szerem
Dezsoe Dér <dezsoeder@sprint.ca>
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 19:42:28 (EST)
The maps from the 1900s are simply fantastic!
Sacha Davis <sachadavis@bigfoot.com>
Sydney, Australia - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 22:09:06 (EST)
Janos, These 1900 maps are great, as are all the other materials you have posted. Thanks so much for doing them. Maureen
Maureen Tighe-Brown <71431.1612@compuserve.com>
University of Pittsburgh, PA-, USA - Friday, March 12, 1999 at 23:39:10 (EST)
I'm looking to trace my father's family in Hungary
Theresa Kiss <jacobst@telusplanet.net>
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 22:03:34 (EST)
Great homepage, congratulations! Please get in touch because I need someone's help to research my family.
Gyuricza Gábor <legatum@elender.hu>
Budapest, Hungary - Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 15:49:54 (EST)
I am very suprised to see my last name included in your book. I have never before seen my name anywhere else unless it being my oma, parents or sisters. My dad was born in Hungary. I am very interested in my family history. How can I trace family history.
Kim Sziebl <dukeman@mediaone.net>
USA - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 23:23:39 (EST)
I will be looking anxiously for Temesvar and Nitzkedorf locations around 1800.
Margaret Westover <MargaWest@Webtv.net>
Hacienda Heights, Calif, U.S - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 15:19:48 (EST)
Thank You for your efforts. Searching for surnname Fallenstein. Grandfather from somewhere around Pecs He called it "Five Churches"
Bill Waerhouse <billbo92@aol.com>
Olyphant, Penna, USA - Monday, March 08, 1999 at 19:16:05 (EST)
Congratulations on a beautiful job. I just discovered your site and it is a gold mine of information for me. I intend to spend much time exploring it. Many thanks for your great efforts to help!
Morten M. Lenrow <Lenrow2000@worldnet.att.net>
Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, USA - Sunday, March 07, 1999 at 21:13:10 (EST)
I am researching the names Kernacs & Kernats (which are the same names). My grandfather Frank Kernats was born in Hungary in 1881.
Kathy Kernats-Nuetzel <knuetzel@hntb.com>
Milwaukee, USA - Thursday, March 04, 1999 at 13:32:23 (EST)
It is a great web page! I am from Slovakia and making a family tree for few years. My family has a noble Hungarian origin, most of my forefathers lived in teritory of today Slovakia (Gomor-Kishont County, Zólyom County), but there are some lost branches of Ocsovay´s in Hungary. If you are Ocsovay, Tary, Ribnitzky, Barlás, Lepény, Torkoly, Kirschner, Tamaskovics, Banszky, Ocsovszky, feel free to contact me on my e-mail address. I thanks to Radix that they provide such a great opportunity! God bless you!
Radovan H. Ocsovay de Ocsova <ocsovay_de_eadem@hotmail.com>
- Thursday, March 04, 1999 at 03:29:24 (EST)
Thank You -- Good Site and Links
Nick Whitfield <a350nick@hotmail.com>
Issaquah, WA, U.S.A. - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 23:24:24 (EST)
I am so glad I found your website. I have been so perplexed as to where to start looking for my father-in-law's family. Your site is excellent and in formative. Thank you.
Patricia A. Eros <peros1@juno.com>
Vancouver, Washington, USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 22:01:26 (EST)
My mother's maiden name is Kerekes. Her father, Joseph, was born in New York at the turn of the century. His father and mother were both born in Budapest but met and married in New York City. I am now learning Hungarian at the Foreign Service Institute in Washington, DC, and will be going to Budapest in August, 1999 for a two year posting at the American embassy. I would love to find out more about the origin of my Kerekes ancestors.
Gregory Groth <econgroth@aol.com>
1121 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22209, USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 21:44:30 (EST)
I need to know how to get help from the churchs in szatmar megye area
Andrew pocsi <poseypatch@mail2.wesnet.com>
Covington Ohio 45318, USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 19:17:58 (EST)
Just searching for some Horvaths in Vespremem, Hungary. Grandparents - Anna & Steve Horvath
Dee Horvath Figley <dennis.figley@gte.net>
Grand Ledge, MI 48837, Eaton - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 19:10:15 (EST)
I haven't seen it all but I am hopeful. It looks good so far. I am searching Csutoras. Not easy.
Laury Kendall <lkendall@nicrc.com>
Luther, USA - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 17:26:35 (EST)
Researching the names Gabulya, Gabula.
Jozef Gabulya <gabulya@seznam.cz>
Slovakia - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 16:02:42 (EST)
Wonderful site - I look forward to learning a lot - Looking for information of Benedek Czuczor before 1901
Jean Cucore (formerly Czuczor <jcuc@aol.com>
Palm Harbor, FL, usa - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 14:02:43 (EST)
Enjoyed your site! I am trying to find my Hungarian relatives without much success but your site was interesting!
linda (Buschani) <suber@ohm.com>
findlay, ohio, usa - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 at 11:21:07 (EST)
My mothers surname is Sabo and my greatgrandfather is from the Budapest area. I'm curious to find out if their are any living relatives. I realize that Sabo/Szabo is a popular name and tracing may prove to be difficult.
James Glass <JG6536@acspr1.acs.brockport.edu>
Medina, New York, USA - Tuesday, March 02, 1999 at 19:34:24 (EST)
WOW - on your census, I found family names that I did not exist anywhere, anymore. Bukvics, Bacsics, just to name a couple. I'm traveling to Slovenia this summer to look for Istvan Bukvics family, my grandmother's brother. Not heard from since 1913. Village of Lemerje (Hungarian name - Lehomer) church - Puconci. Wish me luck!! Rev. Ron
Rev. Ronald R. Hári <RONHARI@aol.com>
Hellertown, PA, USA - Monday, March 01, 1999 at 20:09:54 (EST)
I would like to thank you for your work in cataloging Hungarian families. I have been searching for the birthplace and last residence of my grandparents (listed on my late father's birth certificate as Hungary) via the www, as ny family history has been lost. I was somewhat encouraged in my quest for my ancestors when I saw the name "Fleiner" in the 1891 Craftsmen and Shopkeepers registry. This could be the breakthrough that I have been seeking. The time is about right, as my grandfather was born about 1882 in Hungary and emigrated to the US in the early 1900's.
Bill Fleiner <wjf2@aol.com>
Apple Valley, MN, USA - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 19:18:41 (EST)
We are trying to trace back our family history. We are from Neu Futog, Batschka and Gross St. Nickolaus, Banat. We have been able to trace back the Barth family name to Konrad Barth died in 1883, born 1804. We would like to trace our origins back into Germany or wherever our German speaking ancestors came from. We have only now started to trace back the Rick family name.
Adam & Anna (Rick) Barth <barthaa@aol.com>
Warren, Michigan, U.S.A. - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 13:53:58 (EST)
MY GRANDMOTHER LIVED IN VILLAGE OF SANKT GEORG NEAR SZEGED FROM 1905 TO APPROX. 1916,FLED AREA WHEN NEIGHBORS WERE KILLED. AM SEARCHING FOR LOCATION OF VILLAGE. HER NAME WAS MARY BELUS
MARK BIELECKI <BIE4S>
PORT HURON, USA - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 23:13:06 (EST)
MOTHER BORN IN BUDAPEST 1895 BORN TO IRMA LI PINTER AND FERENCE CSAPLAR TAUGHT AT UNIV AT GODOLO GRANDMOTHER BORN IN ERDAY (IRMA LI PINTER) 2 24 99
IRMA I. GYORKOS <DICK - JOAN>
NAPLES FLORIDA, U.S.A. - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 15:55:58 (EST)
MOTHER BORN IN BUDAPEST 1895 BORN TO IRMA LI PINTER AND FERENCE CSAPLAR TAUGHT AT UNIV AT GODOLO
IRMA I. GYORKOS
NAPLES FLORIDA, U.S.A. - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 15:50:12 (EST)
Hi, this is Stephan Gebédi from Rotterdam, Holland. My father (deceased), Lajos Gebédi (or Gebédy) was born July 14th,1924 in or near Zalau (now Rumania) I was wondering if there were any other Gebédi's or Gebédy's left in Hungary? perhaps relatives ?
Stephan Gebédi <stephan.grnl@worldonline.nl>
- Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 14:28:50 (EST)
I have never been very interested in researching my heritage but thought I would see if I could find any information while on the internet. I have met several Hungarians that recognize my last name but I have been told it is more common as a first name. I know I have many relatives in western Canada and I was curious to see if the name was a common one in Hungary. I read several of your guest book entries and it seems that many individuals are happy to see the work you have spent developing this site. I am sure I will return to it from time to time.
Peter J. Ferdinand Sandor <RPsandor@aol.com>
Canada - Tuesday, February 23, 1999 at 22:47:34 (EST)
Great site!!!!!Iam of Hungarian gypsy heritage.My grandparents came over in the years between 1890-1920,not sure exactly....my mother passed away a few years back so I cannot ask her.Would like to find out more about:culture,genaelology,ect.!
Tamara Farrell <aimee@iconnect.net>
Waukegan,Illinois, USA - Tuesday, February 23, 1999 at 21:22:56 (EST)
I have enjoyed this site. The wait for the upcoming database is exciting for I found the lost name I have been searching for, LESKO.
Nancy Stone <cen07407@centuryinter.net>
Metamora, MI, USA - Tuesday, February 23, 1999 at 17:35:33 (EST)
Hey I am a RITZEL and I know that we RITZEL's came during at around 1640 from Hungary to Germany (Offenbach-Bieber), I wonder if there are any other RITZEL's still around in Hungary and if they know more about our Name and Roots? Please contact me using the mentioned email or lritzel@crg.ch
Lukas O Ritzel <lukas@1sys.com>
Geneva, Switzerland - Tuesday, February 23, 1999 at 03:27:25 (EST)
Great web-site. I found several Mehesan's in the white pages of Budapest but don't exactly know what to do next. My husband's gradparents traveled to the USA from Battonya. There are not any other Mehesans in the USA other than a few of our relatives. We are very interested in any Mehesan's in Hungary. Keep up the great work. Your web-site was very helpful.- LLM
Lori Mehesan <llmgmm@aol.com>
St. Joseph, USA - Monday, February 22, 1999 at 20:09:50 (EST)
Thank you for infomation. Have found some Mehesan's in Budapest. In the white pages but do not know where to go from here. Cannot write to them because of obvious language barriers. Any suggestions would be appreciatted. Thank you for your web-site. Lori Mehesan
Lori Mehesan <llmgmm@aol.com>
Saint Joseph, Missouri - Monday, February 22, 1999 at 20:02:38 (EST)
Great Site...I am searching information on the following names, MAGYAR, BUDAI, SEBOK, ANDIKO and JENE from the village of Ramocsahaza, Szabolcs, Megye. I am looking for the closet parish for the village of Ramocsahaza, Szabolcs Megye. My grandparents (MAGYAR, BUDAI) emigrated from this village to Canada. Any help would be greatly appeciated.
Greg Magyar <levelet@hotmail.com>
Turin, Canada - Sunday, February 21, 1999 at 16:25:06 (EST)
I'm very interested about the name: Kerem az alabbi nevek jelentkezeset: Prosim, prihlaste sa: DOMANIZA, DOMANIZSA, DOMANICKY, DOMANICZKY, DOMANICZKI, DOMANICKI, Thank! Koszonom! Dakujem! Sajnos, a nevem meg nem szerepel a nevsorban, de ezutan lehet, hogy ez megvaltozik. Sok sikert!
Imrich Domaniza <3d@threed.sk>
Nove Zamky, Slovakia - Sunday, February 21, 1999 at 12:07:06 (EST)
my mother lastname is "posocco". This name sounds like "posok" that I have found visiting your pages. I think that posocco(italian name) and posok may have the same root ! What can you tell me about this ? my phone number 0039-0434 798660
casagrande alessandro
33070 caneva PN, italy - Friday, February 19, 1999 at 18:07:29 (EST)
I found your page, might be what I need. My Grandparents came from Budapest. I am looking for relatives. My Grandfather: Emery Vezmarovich, born l0-7-1868 and Grandmother, Mary Kovac born 10-4-1873. Both were married before and spouses and some children died. We were told he was an illigitimate son of the King of Hungry, no proof. Could we find out more on relatives. Thank you.
Gail Michalack <michalgd@aol.com>
Royal Oak, Mich., United States - Friday, February 19, 1999 at 17:34:27 (EST)
I found your page, might be what I need. My Grandparents came from Budapest. I am looking for relatives. My Grandfather: Emery Vezmarovich, born l0-7-1868 and Grandmother, Mary Kovac born 10-4-1873. Both were married before and spouses and some children died. We were told he was an illigitimate son of the King of Hungry, no proof. Could we find out more on relatives. Thank you.
Gail Michalack
- Friday, February 19, 1999 at 17:33:02 (EST)
Im very intrested in my surname,it is Saxon,in the states,not sure of the Hungarian spelling i asume that its not the same.Can anyone help?Also surnames spizack or Anna Rose Homa?Thanks for any and all info!
Michael J Saxon <sax613@aol.com>
Niles , U.S. - Friday, February 19, 1999 at 04:38:09 (EST)
Im very intrested!Im second gen.Hungarian born in the U.S.
Michael Joseph Saxon <WWW.SAX613@AOL.COM>
NIles,Ohio, U.S. - Friday, February 19, 1999 at 04:01:12 (EST)
My grandpa came from budapest in the twenties. My father once tried to gather information about the relatives left there. If you can help us it would be very interesting.
flavio boskovitz <flavio@geodata.com.br>
São José do Rio Preto, Brazil - Thursday, February 18, 1999 at 06:33:12 (EST)
Looking for information on the last name Egyhaz. It means church, i know, but it also became my surname at some point. Any information about this name available? we're nearly all located in eastern Ohio, if that helps. Thanks a ton, Steve
Steve Edgehouse <edgehosj@muc.edu>
Alliance, USA - Wednesday, February 17, 1999 at 10:39:25 (EST)
Great site! My grandfather was Stephen Majoros,born Dec 25,1868 in Saros megye. I wasn't sure where this was until I came to this site. Now I have something more to go on to find a record of his birth and go back from there. He emigrated to the US in 1900 and married Julianna Tobisz, born Jun 22,1878 in Edeleny, Borsod county ,the daughter of Janos Tobisz and Julianna Bem. I know there are Tobiszes still extant in Edeleny and can only assume they are related to me. I hope to try to contact them, but I have a language problem since I lost what Hungarian I could speak when I was a child; my grandmother could speak English, but she usually refused! So it has been 50 years or so since I knew any of the language.Thanks for your labors.
John D. Majoros <jmajoros@bellsouth.net>
Orange Park, Florida, USA - Tuesday, February 16, 1999 at 13:39:57 (EST)
What a help - can't seem to find info on my grandfather's family. His father came from Trencin Tepla where his father possibly owned a winery. My g grandfather was a guard for the kaiser. Interested in the surnames NAGLREITER (my g grandfather)and PROPER (his wife) from Trencin Tepla. I do have a contact in Austria - but research is tough. I'll be happy to contribute to this website -
Jodylin Justice <BradyAshle@aol.com>
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 20:19:45 (EST)
Interested in the surname NAGLREITER from Trencin Tepla. Possibly owned a winery there.
Jodylin Justice <BradyAshle@aol.com>
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 20:14:31 (EST)
I will be very interested in subscribing for a database search for four names: Spitko, Kadlecik, Koresko, Krchnavy. Please notify me when you have completed the database. Best Regards!
John Spitko <jlspitko@erols.com>
Philadelphia PA, USA - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 19:04:22 (EST)
Remek website! Nem regen kezdtem erdeklodni csaladom tortenelme irant, es ez messze a legjobb eszkoz, amelyt idaig talaltam. Csaladom vendvideki, tehat mostani szloveniaban kellene kutatni, igy nem vagyok biztos, hogy hasznalhatnam-e az on kutatokepesseget. Erdekelne tudni, hogy a Czipott (vendvideki) es Jurassa (anyai, aszt hiszem, hogy Egerbol szarmazo)csaladokrol mit tudna on kikutatni, es mennyiert... Elnezest kerek sok nyelvtani hibaimert, USA-ban szulettem es sose tanultam rendessen irni magyarul.
Peter V. Czipott <peter.czipott@qm.com>
San Diego, California, USA - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 14:12:42 (EST)
I was so excited when I found this web site. I entered my last name into an altavista search as a joke and found you. Each and every one of my family's names are here. I never thought that I would be able to find informatin on them but now I might. If there is any information you have on Waczek, Hanak, Zagyva, Anushka (sp?) Vaczek, that would be wonderful.
Wendy Waczek <Rivertowns@aol.com>
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York USA - Sunday, February 14, 1999 at 11:33:53 (EST)
Great work - looking forward to the completed project!
J. Szekula <szekula@magma.ca>
Ottawa, Canada - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 12:29:13 (EST)
I'm very pleased to know of your work. My dad came to the US in 1905 and I see two Meringer names in your list and I am looking for the address which may be Beb a very small town in the County of Sarachen (spelling??). I'm very interested.
Ronald A. Meringer <rmering@ibm.net>
Phoenix, Arizona, USA - Thursday, February 11, 1999 at 22:40:17 (EST)
I am looking for the surnames KOVAS which I found in the list of shopkeepers. I am also looking for a rare surname of Klopscik - I havent found it yet. I know that they are from the area of Miskolc, but nothing more than that. I am also looking for Nicholas Wolf who was born in the village of Szad in Transylvania. Please email me at GypsyGem@aol.com if you can help me. Thank You!!
Naomi Wolf <gypsygem@aol.com>
Minneapolis, USA - Thursday, February 11, 1999 at 18:42:25 (EST)
I have an ancestor who we have traced to 1785 in Poland(Krakow/Galicia area) who I have been told came from a Hungarian noble background. His name was Konstanty Borun/Boron (with an ' accent over the n or u in the name). Our ancestors later chnged their name to Dobosz in 1846 during an uprising and escaped to Poznan. My maternal grandfather always said his family was not fully accepted as Polish, even though we do identify with them. Am I on the right track here? Is any one familiar with that name? Thanks.
monica craver <mcraver@home.com>
B.C., canada - Tuesday, February 09, 1999 at 17:23:11 (EST)
GREAT IDEA AND I WILL KEEP THIS IN MY BOOKMARKS. AM INTERESTED IN THE USE OF YOUR DATABASE FOR RESEARCH...FOUND ONE PART OF THE FAMILY IN CANADA THROUGH THE INTERNET, NOW LOOKING FOR THE LAST BROTHER WHO LEFT HUNGARY.
sandi <EBONYEYES@MINDSPRING.COM>
METRO ATLANTA , USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 14:14:05 (EST)
What a wonderful project! I'm very interested in any data you have about the name "Dalnoky" and look forward to updates to your web site. Thanks for undertaking this job, and PLEASE keep it up. I have run in to a dead end in my research, and value your contributions. My older sister and I visited Hungary in 1992 with very little in the way of results. My great-grandfather Arpad Dalnoky married Amalia LaPicza in Putnok. This is all we know. His father's name was Joseph Dalnoky, which was also my grandfather's name. From family stories, we know that Arpad was "apprenticed" to his uncle, who probably ran a timber mill. Arpad was in the Hungarian Navy and jumped ship in New York in the early 1900s, walked to Pennsylvania, and took a job as a miner. He sent for Amalia and their daughter Anna when he could afford the passage. Arpad and Amalia had 12 children, and both died at an early age. They are buried in Masontown, Pennsylvania. My grandfather Joseph died in 1992 at the age of 78. My father, Joseph junior, is 58, and living in retirement in Port Richey, Florida. As I said, any info on the Dalnoky family would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again for your effort in this area. Joann Dalnoky jojodalno@aol.com
Joann Dalnoky <jojodalno@aol.com>
Severn, Maryland, USA - Sunday, February 07, 1999 at 20:15:47 (EST)
I am new at this & am so happy to have found your great website. Keep up the great work. Looking for my family, BANFFY, & DANCS from ZALA. I can hardly wait until your site is completed. JOLAN
Jolan <jhirshenhorn@phila.k12.pa.us>
Blue Bell, PA., USA - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 09:03:04 (EST)
I am new at this & am so happy to have found your great website. Keep up the great work. Looking for my family, BANFFY, & DANCS from ZALA. I can hardly wait until your site is completed. JOLAN
Jolan <jhirshenhorn@phila.k12.pa.us>
- Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 09:02:09 (EST)
Researching the names Horvath, Pani, Bendekovits, Filipanits.
Kevin M. Palan <tigger2@voicenet.com>
Honesdale, Pennsylvania, USA - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 00:45:30 (EST)
I am very pleased to find your work. My research has just begun and I have ran into dead ends at the point they entered the U.S. I can not locate information. Your maps were very helpful. Found I was somewhat physically focused on the wrong areas. Thanks so much.
Forrest Shaw <forrestcs@aol.com>
Key West, Florida, USA - Friday, February 05, 1999 at 19:19:21 (EST)
I appreciate what you are doing. I am looking into my ancestry and any information is helpful. I have found alot of references to my shared name. Yours being one of the few in english makes me appreciate your work. Keep up the dedicated efforts!
David Palugyay <dgp@hills.net>
Rapid City, South Dakota, USA - Friday, February 05, 1999 at 01:35:39 (EST)
A great site and obviously a labor of love. You should be commended for your efforts. I noticed our family name and wonder what part of Hungary they came from - Towns name would be nice. I am told we originated in Srobobran Yugoslavia. Greetings Harry
Harry Gerstheimer <gersth@capitalnet.com>
Ottawa, Canada - Thursday, February 04, 1999 at 19:41:28 (EST)
I am searching for my ancestors with the surname Nerer or Nehrer. I have seen them on your list and hope to use your database when finished. Good work! Regards, Pavel.
Pavel NERER <pnerer@hotmail.com>
Warragul 3820, Australia - Tuesday, February 02, 1999 at 21:32:15 (EST)
I am searching for my ancestors with the surname Nerer or Nehrer. I have seen them on your list and hope to use your database when finished. Good work! Regards, Pave.
Pavel NERER <pnerer@hotmail.com>
Warragul 3820, Australia - Tuesday, February 02, 1999 at 21:31:30 (EST)
I am trying to locate any information on my family root's there in Budapest. I have very little information and I can not afford to hire anybody to do this for me. All I know is that I had or have a grandfather by the name of Gasphar kakuk who was born in either Novaj or Eyer? In the year of 1908. He also fought in world War 2 there. my father was born in Mezokeresztes in October of 1934. My father fought in the revoluntary war there. My father has not seen his family in over 40 year's and we have never had the honor to know them. Could you help me in any way at all? Please respond to me asap. Anxiously waiting your reply.... Thank you
Lynn <fishing@ainop.com>
usa - Monday, February 01, 1999 at 23:44:01 (EST)
Terrific! I've been searching for a site like this! I've found my ancestors name on your shopkeepers list, how exciting! Looking for family of Anna and Gabor Turcsak. Immigrated to the US, (Michigan) late 1800 early 1900.
Jennifer Walker <walker1@tir.com>
Columbiaville, USA - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 20:00:58 (EST)
Are there any genealogy groups active in the Gyor-Moson-Sopron megye area? If there are how would I contact them. Thank you very much for all of the good information that you have made available to us. Both of my parents were born in Hungary ( Kapuvar ) and it has been difficult to research them. It has been especially difficult to find information about my fathers family since most of them were deported by the nazi's and were killed. Again thank you for your web page.
Olga Biringer Martin <olgam@execpc.com>
Waukesha, WI 53188, USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 08:01:18 (EST)
This was an excellent site. I am trying to research my family from Austria-Hungary (Hungarian citizens) but have had a difficult time because of the change in boundaries of countries. You have been an inspiration, to know that there are sites on Hungary. Thank you. My family lived in Hungary for 300 years.
Rita Filion <trfilion@capital.net>
Saratoga,NY, USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 01:47:06 (EST)
Excellent home page keep it up
Andy Gabor <agabor@regiscapital.com>
Vancouver, Canada - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 23:14:01 (EST)
Researching Bogardy, Bogarty, or Bogardi from around Budapest, Hungary. Laszlo Bogardy (b. June 1874 or 1876 - my GGrandfather) immigrated to the US via New York in October 1911 from Kowarain or Komarom, Hungary.
Chris Stevens <CWStevens@aol.com>
Annapolis, MD, USA - Monday, January 25, 1999 at 23:39:53 (EST)
I am trying to research the name Bretreger (Australian spelling) or as it should be spelt "Brettrager". All I know is that my grandfather come out to Australia after the war and was born in Erdvig - Yugoslavia in 1901 and his father Martin Brettrager born in 1860, birth place unknown. I have found Brettragers in the USA, but I cannot seem to find any link to them. I found your site with Brettrager referenced and now I wonder if there is any body researching this name at all? I was surprised to see Brettrager in your list. I will certainly use your links to find out more. Have you any ideas in which direction to head, as I am only new to this. Regards A. bretreger
Anthony Bretreger <dent@mpx.com.au>
Sydney, Australia - Monday, January 25, 1999 at 05:59:01 (EST)
Dear Sir. I am interested in finding out about my grandfather (Domonkos Hadnagy) who died in Budapest on January 16. He I believe was a senator and was born in Coskmany Romania. Do you know if there might be an obituary in Budapest I might use a a source? Thank you. Domokos
Domokos Hadnagy <dhadnagy@ramtron.com>
Colorado Springs CO, USA - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 19:05:39 (EST)
I am looking for origins of my family
Claudio Weichandt <wchcld@datamarkets.com.ar>
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 13:51:02 (EST)
Janos: Found you thru AOL's Hungary. I'm delighted I am from the family of Karatsonyi No Hungarian relatives left to trace lineage. A relative of the past was the last Count to die in Hungary. I'll be back
Viki Winter <wikyup@aol.com>
Carmichael California , USA - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 07:36:37 (EST)
Researching the Stiglitz and Ginder family lines from the villages of Csatalya and Stanischitsch. Any help would be appreciated. I would like to find living relatives.
Donna Sigfrids <djs1free@aol.com>
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 21:42:48 (EST)
I would appreciate any information on the following. Stephen Horwath b1857. Catherine Horwath (Able, Auble) born in 1863. Katherine Horwath born in 1883 in Antunovac. Henry Schmidt born in Budapest in 1878. This is my entire family on my father side. All I know is that they all came to the US from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in 1909-10. Please help if you can. All the rest of my family are dead and I would like to know where I came from.
Denny "Smitty" Schmidt <jschmidt@uslink.net>
Brainerd Minnesota, USA - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 01:34:52 (EST)
Looking for birth records for Katherine Horwath born in 1883 in Antunovac. Can you tell me how to proceed?
Denny Schmidt <jschmidt@uslink.net>
Brainerd Minnesota, USA - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 01:19:56 (EST)
Still trying to find Laszlo Bogardi's dad. GYOR ?
Lawrence S. Bogardy <NPDCorp@aol.com>
Memphis TN., USA - Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 21:19:30 (EST)
I am trying to find my aunt and cousin. I am the daughter of Lajos Imri Von Micsky who was born in Pecs on 5/12/1918 He was a graduate of Elizabeth University in Pecs in 1944.He served on the medical staff of a US Army hospital in Munich from 1948 to 1950 where he met and married my mother Josephine Louise Rainey.
Suzanne Rose Von Micsky/Rowan <BR549@theramp.net>
Canton, Il. 61520, USA - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 20:47:41 (EST)
I am looking for any information regarding my family. The surname is Breti or it could be spelled Bereti. Could you help me or direct me to someone who could?
bretir@hotmail.com <Robyn Breti>
- Monday, January 11, 1999 at 16:43:39 (EST)
Looking for surname Holovicsfor family tree.Pretty tough to do. Any help??
Kathy Confer <kathnt@webtv.net>
North Tonawanda, USA - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 10:10:13 (EST)
Janos, dear friend, My grandfather Nandor Mitrocsak left the Carpatho-Rusyn lands in the early part of this century. He was born in Michalovce (now Eastern Slovakia). He settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA and worked at the Gulf Oil Refinery as a pipefitter. The name in Slovakia is now spelled Mitrovcak, however, we still retain the origional spelling in America as your 1891 list shows. Happy to contact you, I may visit Hungary later this year. Cheers and may Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ richly Bless you. Robert
Robert Mitrocsak <namredips55.yahoo.com>
Izmir, Turkey - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 06:02:35 (EST)
Hello Janos, Your website is a model for others; clean design and very useful information. Keep up the good work!
John Jaso <jjaso@bmi.net>
- Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 05:03:45 (EST)
egy a sok név közül
stekovics
- Friday, January 08, 1999 at 17:37:44 (EST)
I am starting to do some research on the coat of arms of my family. Orignially spelled Okruttay. My father's family traces back to Novelly Csalad who was granted a coat of arms on 28th November 1686 by King Leopold I. I am seeking, in particular, an image of the coat of arms which depicts a soldier holding a sword with a Turk's head impaled on it (I think). Any help that you may be able to give would be appreciated.
Peter Egon Okrutay <Peter.Okrutay@afma.gov.au; pokrutay@ozemail.com.au>
Canberra, Australia - Thursday, January 07, 1999 at 05:56:00 (EST)
I have been working on my family geneology and was searching for "kernacs" or "kernats" and found it in your listing. If you have any other suggestions for me on how to trace my family roots, please let me know. Thanks.
kathleen nuetzel <knuetzel@hntb.com>
- Wednesday, January 06, 1999 at 14:06:09 (EST)
I think this webb page is great for a person like myself. I'm Hungarian/American. I'm trying to teach myself the Hungarian language. Unfornuately, there are no Hungarian classes and nobody here to help me. I won't give up. I'm very thankful that they are people like you.
Holly Gyorke-Bilicki <HeWritesSheCuts@worldnet.att.net>
Wisconsin, USA. - Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 08:42:39 (EST)
Can't wait to gain access to the database. I see my Dukarm and Gusz relatives in your list already!
Mary Ann Unger <munger@dol.state.nj.us>
- Monday, January 04, 1999 at 16:19:20 (EST)
A very informative and relaxing site! I cannot imagine how my searches never turned up your site. Please take no offense, the backgrounds are very subtle, but pleasing for the person(such as I) whom is looking for information, not gaudy graphics. I enjoy such a "clean" site. I am from a "pure" Hungarian background, with both parents born in the USA, but the grandparents emigrated in either the very late 1800's or early 1900's. In some of my other searches I located a Lazlo Zadory at a hospital, and I sent e-mail, but never received an answer. I am really interested in obtaing a great deal more information on my surname. Any thoughts or suggestions? In any case, I respect your professionalism, attitude and abilities.
Frank Stephen Zadory <hangman@erols.com>
Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A. - Monday, January 04, 1999 at 12:25:47 (EST)
Janos: Nice to find my surname, which is rather rare in East-Germany, in your data base. Hope to finde out something more about its origins. - Thank you for the exhausting job. Gert.
Kreiselmeier, Gert <Gert.Kreiselmeier@Physik.TU-Chemnitz.DE>
Chemnitz, Germany - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 14:51:26 (EST)
I am new to genealogy, and found your site quite well done. I am searching the surname: AUSTERLITZ and this was one of the few times that I even found the name. I didn't find anything but the surname however. No history. I hope to find my relatives one day. Thanks. Rodger Cooper 254 Oak Pass Court Ballwin, Mo. 63011 Buddycoop@aol.com
Rodger Cooper <Buddycoop@aol.com>
Ballwin, USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 12:54:32 (EST)
I am new to genealogy, and found your site quite well done. I am searching the surname: AUSTERLITZ and this was one of the few times that I even found the name. I didn't fine anything but the surname however. No history. I hope to find my relatives one day. Thanks. Rodger Cooper 254 Oak Pass Court Ballwin, Mo. 63011 Buddycoop@aol.com
Rodger Cooper <Buddycoop@aol.com>
Ballwin, USA - Sunday, January 03, 1999 at 12:53:30 (EST)
Any information on the last name Kiss would be great!
Yasmine Kiss <pookiesirn@aol.com>
Chicago, USA - Saturday, January 02, 1999 at 13:56:27 (EST)
Janos, Thank you for your effort to compile this information. I have found the names Jakoby, Jakobi and Jacobi on your alphabetical list. How can I access the actual pages that would contain these names. I am researching my grandfather Bernard Jacobi who was a tailor in Modos (Banat) before emigrating to the U.S. in 1909. His father, Wilhelm and brother Karl also were tailors and I am wondering if the trade went back further generations. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Mark Wiehe <mwiehe@mail.coin.missouri.edu>
Columbia, Missouri, USADe - Thursday, December 31, 1998 at 13:51:17 (EST)
Janos, Thank you for your effort to compile this information. I have found the names Jakoby, Jakobi and Jacobi on your alphabetical list. How can I access the actual pages that would contain these names. I am researching my grandfather Bernard Jacobi who was a tailor in Modos (Banat) before emigrating to the U.S. in 1909. His father, Wilhelm and brother Karl also were tailors and I am wondering if the trade went back further generations. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Mark Wiehe <mwiehe@mail.coin.missouri.edu>
Columbia, Missouri, USADe - Thursday, December 31, 1998 at 13:49:54 (EST)
Upon looking at your unaccented "A:" list I found two names: Auspicz and Auspitz. My ggrandfather & my grandfather were both tailors in Hungary. They lived somewhere around the Muncasz area. There evidently was an army barracks somewhere in that area, because my ggfather sewed the uniforms for them and my grandfather would deliver them to the barracks. My grandfather came to the USA from Hamburg. I don't know the name of his ship. However, my dad, my grandmother & 2 aunts arrived in Philadelphia, PA, USA sometime around 1912 on the Friederich Der Grosse ship. I was really excited to see those 2 names on your list. I would love to receive more information regarding those 2 names and/or do you know what town that army barracks was in?. Could you please contact me at parc313@aol.com and tell me how I might be able to get this information? I am really grateful to you for sharing this information with all of us. Thank you again. Phyllis Auspitz Cohen
Phyllis Auspitz Cohen <parc313@aol.com>
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 19:46:54 (EST)
Upon looking at your unaccented "A:" list I found two names: Auspicz and Auspitz. My ggrandfather & my grandfather were both tailors in Hungary. They lived somewhere around the Muncasz area from the 1800's. My grandfather came to the USA from Hamburg. I don't know the name of his ship. However, my dad, my grandmother & 2 aunts arrived in Philadelphia, PA, USA sometime around 1912 on the Friederich Det Grosse ship. I was really excited to see those 2 names on your list. I would love to receive more information regarding those 2 names. Could you please contact me at parc313@aol.com and tell me how I can do that. I am really grateful to you for sharing this information with all of us. Thank you again. Phyllis Auspitz Cohen
Phyllis Auspitz Cohen <parc313@aol.com>
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 19:41:58 (EST)
MOST INTERESTING
IRENE LAWSON <MRSMUMMERWEBTV>
DEPTFORD, N.J. - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 17:56:52 (EST)
I found three of my names on your craftsmen-shopkeeper list and would be much interested in more information when ready: Propper, Lazarovics, Reichard. I am looking for Zemplen County: Tolcsva, Satoraljaujhely, Zemplenagard.
Paula Spier <pspier@antioch-college.eddu>
Yellow Springs, OH , usa - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 10:15:03 (EST)
The research you did for me was complete and expediant. I appreciated your efforts and I will continue to use your services as you have proven to be very professional. Keep up the good work.
Paul Toth <ptoth2@compuserve.com>
Perrysburg. Ohio, U.S.A. - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 10:13:08 (EST)
I see two of my husband's surnames already: Weiszhaus and Furst. Could you please check on them and let me know what you find? I will be eagerly looking forward to the completion of your database. Thank you so much for doing such a great thing for all of us.
Patricia J Weisshaus <patjw28@interaccess.com>
Elk Grove Village, Illinois USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 00:35:01 (EST)
This is my first visit, but I shall be back!
Judith Eöry Colby <Jcolby7@aol.com>
North Vancouver, B. C., Canada - Monday, December 28, 1998 at 23:50:33 (EST)
Looked at your Craftmen and Shopkeepers name list. I found my family name. I am wondering if the books you are putting into the database give the village or town, and if it indicates location, i.e., Slovakia etc. Looks like a lot of work but it also looks like a great place to track down ancestors. Thanks.
Robert J. Skovira <skovira@robert-morris.edu>
- Monday, December 28, 1998 at 19:31:52 (EST)
I found one Kurtyan on your pages. Therefore, I love your site. Maybe there's more Kurtyans. I will love it even more.
Alberto Kurtyan <alberto@decebal.ro>
Piatra Neamt, Romania - Monday, December 28, 1998 at 17:40:35 (EST)
Loved it! I found information on my Kellemen relatives that I have been looking for for years. Thanks!
Dr. Robert W. Kellemen <kellemen@ccpl.carr.org>
Taneytown, Maryland, USA - Thursday, December 24, 1998 at 14:44:40 (EST)
Good luck on this excellent project. I already see several surnames of my ancestors who lived in the Banat. You have my interest and my support as your project progresses. I'm looking forward to searching the database.
Ken Murphy <kmurph@worldnet.att.net>
Mesa, Arizona, United States - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 20:47:49 (EST)
Kitünno
Dezso Dér <dezsoeder@sprint.ca>
Oshawa, On, Canada - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 18:39:42 (EST)
Kitünnu
Dezso Dér <dezsoeder@sprint.ca>
Oshawa, On, Canada - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 18:38:48 (EST)
Congratulations for a job well done. Doubtless you will assist many people
Bob Madler <madler@mcn.net>
Bozeman. Montana, USA - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 17:30:38 (EST)
I, too, am a librarian, but obviously without access to the wonderful resources on Hungary that you have! Searching for a location in Tolna area, a village called "Megye", listed as place of birth for my great-grandmother in 1895. Family was German, apparently migrated to Hungary before she was born. Surnames PFAFF, AMAR(AMAN?), SEITZ (village of Katymar, Bacs-Kiskun), FLAMISCH. If anyone can help locate the town or has information on these surnames, would be much appreciated! Excellent website, by the way. Thank you.
Regina Merrill <merrilgi@oplin.lib.oh.us>
Beach City, Ohio, USA - Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 13:31:13 (EST)
I am tracing my family tree, but have very little information to go on. I know that my Grandfather, Imre Jozsef Klaffl, was born in Celldomolk, and my Grandmother, Irma (Bagaras) Klaffl was born in Gyor. My GGrandfathers name was Jozsef Klaffl, and my GGrandmothers name was Orsolya (Palfy) Klaffl, but thats where my path comes to a halt Does anyone know where a good place to start is???!! Thanks!
Robyn Klaffl <rmklaffl@hotmail.com>
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada - Friday, December 18, 1998 at 02:06:28 (EST)
Looking for Hungarian ancestors that came to the USA around 1905. Their names were Nickolaus and Josephine (nee RAUSCH) SCHULER. Since I do not know where they lived in Hungary, the search has been difficult.
Charles McCool <mccooltrav@aol.com>
Reston, Virginia, USA - Friday, December 04, 1998 at 10:08:36 (EST)
VERY, VERY excellent professional job. Koszonjuk NAGYON szepen. AAA - Apati/Apathy Ancestral Association (1995), 191 Selma Ave., Englewood, FLorida. 34223-3830 USA tel: 941-474-4774
Laszlo B. Apathy, III <LaszloApathy@home.com & LaszloApathy@ancestry.com>
Englewood (South Sarasota County), FLorida, USA - Thursday, December 03, 1998 at 21:46:54 (EST)
VERY, VERY excellent professional job. Koszonjuk NAGYON szepen. AAA _ Apati/Apathy Ancestral Association (1995) 191 Selma Ave. Englewood, FLorida 34223-3830 USA tel: 941-474-4774
Laszlo B. Apathy, III <LaszloApathy@home.com>
Englewood (South Sarasota County), FLorida, USA - Thursday, December 03, 1998 at 21:44:06 (EST)
Nice site; looks great.
Lou Fintor <FintorL@umich.edu>
Ann Arbor, USA - Wednesday, December 02, 1998 at 09:44:06 (EST)
I am interested in finding out more about my family name (Csank). I have several living relatives in Felnemeth (sp?). My Grandfather was named Lajos. He came to Canada in 1926 with my Grandmother Erdelyi, Rosalia. They had two children. Lajos (my uncle) who still lives in Felnemeth, and Zoltan, my father (deceased).
Csank, Sandor Joszef Zoltan <scsank@ns.sympatico.ca>
Nova Scotia, Canada - Saturday, November 28, 1998 at 09:10:36 (EST)
Please send me information on your services (estimate of cost) in locating the area of old hungary my gradparents were born in the late 1800's. There are several names on the old records I have but none of towns currently exist on these names.
John Varos <jvaros@aol.com>
Rome, GA, USA - Wednesday, November 25, 1998 at 16:16:06 (EST)
I will be contacting you soon for assistance on my genealogical research. Though my grandfather's birthplace is Budapest, the name "Bencheck" has been altered from it's original spelling.
Robert L. Bencheck <vern33@hotmail.com>
- Monday, November 23, 1998 at 07:28:08 (EST)
I have just sent an E-mail message. I hope to keep in contact with you . My family comes from the Tolna County area , we may be distant cousins.( joking )
John Klettlinger <Jaykay636@aol.com>
Peoria , Arizona, U.S.A. - Sunday, November 22, 1998 at 14:52:23 (EST)
This is not my homepage. Just my links page through which my other pages can be accessed. I like what I see so far on you sites. My mothers maiden name was Csutoras and her mothers was Prayner. I am having trouble with the Csutoras, along with my father's German side. Therefore, all my pages so far are about my husbands side which was easier to research. Germany and Hungary are tough countries to search.
Laury Kendall <lkendall@nicrc.com>
Luther, MI, USA - Sunday, November 22, 1998 at 07:53:33 (EST)
I would like to have you find and send me a copy of my grandparents birth certificates. One was born in Inancs and the other in Nagyderzirda. Also is it possible to get a copy of their passports. Let me know the cost and I will send you the money.
Paul Toth <ptoth2@compuserve.com>
Perrysburg (Ohio ), USA - Wednesday, November 18, 1998 at 13:09:25 (EST)
Your maps have shown me the county of Bereg which I have been searching for, for about a year. I would like to see furthur maps broken down into the districts.
David Kraics <dkpgg@aol.com>
Brooklyn, USA - Tuesday, November 10, 1998 at 02:29:49 (CST)
Great Web Site. Keep up the good work
Bill Takacs <btakacs@cyberdrive.net>
Chagrin Falls, Ohio, USA - Tuesday, November 03, 1998 at 21:00:04 (CST)
Was quite impressed. Grandparents came from Hungary late 1800 and early 1900. Will return for further ideas.
Joyce Connelly <102331.2411@compuserve.com>
- Sunday, November 01, 1998 at 21:01:05 (CST)
Keep up the good work Kosonom szepen
Laszlo K. Josa <lesjosa@aol.com>
Lafayette, Louisiana, USA - Friday, October 30, 1998 at 02:42:24 (CST)
I would like information concerning your genealogy services. Please e-mail or fax (U.S>) 2034810339
Stephen W. Yardan swyardan@snet.net
- Tuesday, October 27, 1998 at 06:16:45 (EST)
Test
Janos Bogardi <tristram@freemail.c3.hu>
Pecs, Hungary - Saturday, October 17, 1998 at 05:15:42 (CDT)

Entries below were transferred from the page I had edited at the geocities server:


Zoltan Kosztolanyi - 08/09/98 09:41:51
My Email:kosztzez@ihug.co.nz
Comments:
This is really a gret site professinally edited and presented. how can I get an e-mail member?


Sandy - 07/30/98 12:17:58
My Email:zofie@aol.com
City, state: Meeker, OK
Country: USA
Comments:
What a great site !! Beautiful job. I am researching my HOFFMAN, GRAF, STAUB, and RICHTSEID families in Baranya Mágocs. I have really enjoyed your page, and it is very helpful. Thank you.



Tracy Jakich Guest - 07/09/98 02:16:40
My Email:tracyg@inficad.com
City, state: Tempe, AZ
Country: USA
Comments:
I am looking for information on Varga and Vincze. John Varga (1880-1956...came to US/Chicago in 1905) I believe he was from a village named 'Csak' or 'Cako' in Austria/Hungary. John's father was August Varga and possibly held some office (mayor?) in Csak. John's mother was Vera Taken. John married Ethel Vincze (Hungarian & Gypsy) and had 2 daughters, Ethel, my grandmother (1914-1980)and Helen (1918- ) They recided in Illinois and Indiana. I am having a hard time locating cities, etc. I really enjoy your page!!



mary m. smith - 07/01/98 20:00:51
My Email:mary_smith@labor.senate.gov
City, state: Washington, DC
Country: USA
Comments:
I would like to obtain some help researching my grandparents. They emigated from Hungary at the turn of the century. Their names as far as I know were Julia and Stephen Vamosy (Wamosy?)and they were from a village outside Budapest named Pecel (the first e has a dot over the letter).



mary m. smith - 07/01/98 19:39:07
My Email:mary_smith@labor.senate.gov
City, state: Washington, DC
Country: USA
Comments:
I would like to obtain some help searching my grandparents that emigated from Hungary



Suzanne Jimenez - 06/26/98 20:08:54
My Email:suzannej@sisqtel.net
City, state: Ft Jones, CA 96032
Country: USA
Comments:
WOW!! I'm impressed. I only wish I had found your site sooner. I am new to genealogy researching and am looking for the surnames Kojsza and Kosztinka, both of megyes Ung and Szabolcs, Old Hungary. Although most web pages contain a lot of Hungarian his ory, your's goes beyond that. Great job! I hope you keep up this site.



Joyce Zslnka - 05/16/98 20:17:31
My Email:joy.zslnka@sk.sympatico.ca
City, state: Prairie River Saskatchewan
Country: Canada
Comments:
Really one great site,I'm just starting research on my husband's family and you have been very helpful. thank you much



Dezsoe Der - 04/27/98 04:13:29
My URL:http://www.idirect.com
My Email:derdezsoe@bigfoot.com
City, state: Oshawa, Ontario
Country: Canada
Comments:
Very Nice !



Lisa Lingoes - 04/26/98 13:05:56
My URL:http://members.tripod.com/~llingoes
My Email:llingoes@usa.net
City, state: Monponsett, MA
Country: USA
Comments:
Excellent pages. There are alot of resources. I will probably be in contact with you about doing a little research in Hungary. Thanks Lisa



Rudolf Keszler - 04/19/98 11:14:33
My URL:http://home.t-online.de/home/rkeszler
My Email:rkeszler@t-online.de
City, state: 74924 Neckarbischofsheim
Country: Germany
Comments:
Sehr professionell gestaltete side. Bietet viele Moeglichkeiten zu weiteren Kontakten. Gut gemacht und weiter so!



Dennis Bauer - 04/02/98 02:47:05
My URL:http://www.familytrreemaker.com/users/b/a/u/Dennis-J-Bauer/
My Email:d.bauer@juno.com
City, state: Levittown, PA
Country: USA
Comments:
Great resource, nice job on the homepage.



Ronald McComb - 03/30/98 23:12:50
My URL:http://www.northlink.com/~rmccomb
My Email:rmccomb@northlink.com
City, state: Dewey, Arizona
Country: USA
Comments:
You have a very complete, well organized, and informative site with a lot of good links. It is obvious you have spent a great deal of time creating these pages. My Congratulations.



Peter J. Langh - 03/28/98 22:54:21
My URL:http://www.familytree.hu
My Email:familyt@hungary.net
City, state: Budapest
Country: Hungary
Comments:
It's great, very well done. Congratulations. When could we meet ? Are you coming to Budapest sometimes ? Give us a call 06/1 331 35 69 Peter J. Langh Managing Partner Family Tree Kft



Peter J. Langh - 03/28/98 22:53:54
My URL:http://www.familytree.hu
My Email:familyt@hungary.net
City, state: Budapest
Country: Hungary
Comments:
It's great, very well done. Congratulations. Whwn could we meet ? Are coming to Budapest sometimes ? Give us a call 06/1 331 35 69 Peter J. Langh Managing Partner Family Tree Kft



Janice Hollenczer Bernath - 03/22/98 08:47:35
My Email:JBern68078@aol.com
City, state: Bordentown, NJ
Country: USA
Comments:
I've seen so many postings by you to the various lists, and am finally happy to have found your website. I'll be back to visit often.



tom muskey - 03/21/98 08:36:29
My URL:http://tmusk3@mail.microserve.net
City, state: Millersville,pa
Country: usa
Comments:
Nice site and easy to get around. Hope to use it quite a bit....



Judy K. - 03/18/98 18:16:20
My Email:jkilhef@aol.com
City, state: Southgate, MI
Country: USA
Comments:
Great Website! Would love to see links on the various pages back to other pages as well. Your map of counties in Hungary much easier to read than others I have seen. Keep up the good work.



Magda - 03/17/98 03:09:20
My Email:magton@buffnet.net
City, state: New York
Country: USA
Comments:
This is a NEAT homepage! Aside from all the informative resources, it's is cleverly designed as well! The Immigration Maps were very interesting and original . I am sure many researchers will appreciate it. I loved seeing that not only do one of my main ancestors have the most common Hungarian name but the time period for his county for immigration was also the most popular!! No wonder there's 1000 Joe Nagys in Ohio!! Looking forward to more......



Milan Huba - 03/14/98 18:22:21
My Email:illy@flash.net
City, state: Villa Park, Illinois
Country: USA
Comments:
I enjoyed your home page. It is a terrific resource.



Timothy C. Kotsay - 03/14/98 14:35:58
My Email:gr8drive@prodigy.net
City, state: Westminster, Colorado
Country: USA
Comments:
I am researching my ancestoral roots for the surnames Kotsaie and Papp. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Stephen Kotsaie was born in Nagy Ida in 1887 and Julia Papp was born in Budapest in 1889.



Joseph Paul Voros II - 03/13/98 21:32:50
My URL:http://members.tripod.com/~josephpaulvorosii/
My Email:josephpaulvorosii@usa.net
Country: U.S.A.
Comments:
I am engaged in genealogical research of my family, 5th generation Sandor Voros, whom lived in Pereg and Periam. Thank you for your offer of services. I have a writers page in geocities also, accessable from my website.



Carol Mehr Schiffman - 03/10/98 14:41:21
My URL:http://users.itsnet.com/~genun
My Email:genun@itsnet.com
City, state: Orem, UT
Country: USA
Comments:
I am really impressed with your home page and will recommend it to Hungarian researchers.



julie verish - 12/12/97 14:12:28
My Email:julie_verish@ccmail.rustei.com
City, state: milwaukee, wi
Country: USA
Comments:
Hi, I was visiting your site to find out about your genealogy research in Hungary. I hope that you can help me out somehow. I am also honored in being one of the first to leave a message on your new web page. Good luck on your research. Julie.



Szilagyi Tibor - 12/02/97 21:46:00
My Email:tibor@alphalink.com.au
City, state: Melbourne,Victoria
Country: Australia
Comments: