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1. Re: [CROATIA] (no subject) [1]
In the spirit of humanity, I would like to wish a Merry Christmas to all our friends and family who recognize the Gregorian calendar and celebrate Christmas today. (Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, etc.) Andrew
2. Re: [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Vinkovci, 1878-1879 [1]
Where did these GUTH's live in the USA? Kathysean@aol.com wrote: Thank you Kurt for responding to my query. I believe Joseph Frank Guth had a cousin last name of Hermann who was witness on his citizenship papers. Kathy **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489 ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to CROATIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'uns
3. Re: [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Vinkovci, 1878-1879 [1]
Thank you Kurt for responding to my query. I believe Joseph Frank Guth had a cousin last name of Hermann who was witness on his citizenship papers. Kathy **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
4. [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Vinkovce, 1878-1879 [1]
My Great-grandfather, Joseph Frank Guth was born in the town of Vinkovce on March 3, 1878 or 1879. He had used both years on records. His father was Joseph Guth born abt. 1849. He said Austria/Hungarian Empire. I am trying to find the Mother of Joseph Frank Guth. Census says she was born in Germany but died in Vinkovce. I do not know the year. Joseph and his son, Joseph Frank Guth were both painters who left Vinkovce in 1901 and immigrated to South Bethlehem, Pa. to the home of a cousin, n
5. [CROATIA] Do we have any Miljanovic's on this list? [1]
Hi, Am working on a case and my person's last name after marriage was Miljanovic. Since it's a nice but scarce family name, I thought I'd ask if anyone knew the family? Thanks, Susan **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
6. Re: [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Vinkovci, 1878-1879 [1]
Kurt, My great-grandfather, Joseph Frank Guth and his father, Joseph Guth, immigrated thru Ellis Island in 1901 to South Bethlehem, Pa., but I believe Joseph Guth,Sr. must have passed away between 1901-1904. Joseph Frank Guth moved to Philadelphia and married in January 21, 1905 to Anna (Steirer)Stayer in a Lutheran Church, but they went to St.Peter's Catholic Church after they were married. Anna was a Hungarian immigrant in 1903. Her siblings were also immigrants, but they stayed in South Bet
7. Re: [CROATIA] obranovic [1]
Erika, You should sign up for the Croatian Genealogical Yahoo Group. There are a few people in Argentina and other S. American countries who are on that message board. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/croatiangenealogical/ If you are trying to find your uncle Vlado and if he still lives in Croatia perhaps he is one of those listed below Note Vlado may also be a nickname for Vladimir. Below are listings from the current Croatia phone book NAME TOWN ADD
8. [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Orolik- Vinkovci, 1878-1879 Croatia, Neudorf/Novoselo Batschka [1]
Hello Kathy, In 1904 I find Jozsef GUT b. abt 1876 a cardwright, (Cartwright-a workman who makes and repairs carts and wagons) who was married going to Oakmont/Pittsburg PA. of Orolik. Had your family moved to Dayton OH.? Was the wife of Joseph "Rosie" b. Abt 1882 , Bacsujlak. daughters Susanna b. abt 1901 and Kathryn/Katalin? b. abt 1902 arrived Ellis Island, April 9 1912. of OROLIK Person in old country Uncle Daniel SHERSICK Is it only coincidental that this family has a husband/father Joseph GUTH
9. [CROATIA] obranovic [1]
>>My name is Erika Gonzalez Obranovic. I am looking for my uncle, Vlado obranovic. >Obranovic, son of Josip Obranovic (born in Vukmanic in 1905) and Draga>Cankovic (born in Vukmanic in 1907). My grandfather, Josip Obranovic,>arrived in Argentina in 1928, where he married and had seven children. I am>the daughter of Monica Obranovic.>>If you have any information, I would be grateful if you would write me in>any language. > > BUENOS AIRES>ARGENTINA>>erikacuri@hotmail.com ___________________________
10. [CROATIA] Seeking James Castellan [1]
I am extremely interested in contacting James W. Castellan who has contributed to this list many times. We might possibly share Croatian ancestors. I emailed him at his Brown alumni email address this evening after viewing his GEDCOM at the WorldConnect site but it bounced. Can someone kindly point me in the right direction? Sincerely, Jeanne M. Johnson (researching KAVAIN from Caprorica)
11. Re: [CROATIA] Seeking James Castellan [1]
Did I let you know your email was received and POSTED on the croatian rootsweb site? I know you sent me that you had tried to contact him but I got a copy direct from rootsweb...which is below. Also you might remember Rick Covic and that name ending in (ic) that you can't make out could be Rick's relative. I may have written to h im regarding that but I do not find it in my croatian folder. Of course I did not save all but also I lost what I did have sometime ago. ----- Original Message ----- Fr
12. Re: [CROATIA] (no subject) [1]
Sretan Bozic ! On Jan 7, 2008, at 10:45 AM, ARN wrote: > In the spirit of humanity, I would like to wish a Merry Christmas to > all our friends and family who recognize the Gregorian calendar and > celebrate Christmas today. (Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox, Greek > Orthodox, etc.) > > Andrew > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > CROATIA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of t
13. [CROATIA] Central Slavonia link [1]
Sorry it has taken me forever to get this posted. Someone requested I post the direct address to the Slavonia records so here is is: http://www.demog.berkeley.edu/croatia/datadir/basicdata.htm I hope this works for you. I also enjoy reading the Croatian Gen. news letter. www.durham.net/facts/crogen/ Someone here may have posted this site already, I can't remember where I learned about it. I apologize if this is a repeat. Take care, Patty Reuter ____________________________________________________
14. Re: [CROATIA] Joseph Guth born in Vinkovci, 1878-1879 [1]
Hello Kathy, Looks like a Donauschwaben family to me. I had family in the village of Vinkovci as well. Seems I seen Guth's in Lowas and Sotin Croatia in the 1800's possibly related. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinkovci The LDS FHC does have the records for Vinkovci, so you will have to check that out. I will have to do some checking to see if I have them in any of my records as well. Kurt Kathysean@aol.com wrote: My Great-grandfather, Joseph Frank Guth was born in the town of Vinkovce on March 3, 18
15. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
Dawn, if you click on the link in the email below yours, it will take you straight there...you will have to sign in as normal for Facebook, though. Good luck, Estelle > From: perkalman75@aol.com > Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 20:44:36 -0600 > To: croatia@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group > > I tried to find Croatian heritage and genealogy Facebook group but it kept saying no results. Can you give me exact name? > > _\m/ Dawn > > > On Feb 9, 2014, at 8:59
16. [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
I would like to invite everyone here too join our new Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group. All you need is to be a Facebook member and Click on the Join button on the upper right side of the page. Less than 2 weeks old and we have 347 members......and a great deal of activity Robert
17. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
Here is the link to the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/565438256882629/?ref=ts&fref=ts Robert
18. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
I found it. Thanks bunches p Dawn p, On Feb 12, 2014, at 9:02 PM, Robert Jerin wrote: > The reason the group can not be found is that Genealogy was spelled incorrectly.. so if you search Facebook for Croatian Heritage and Geneaology you will find the group. Things happened so quickly that when we realized the error... but Facebook rules do NOT allow changing names of groups once they have 250 members... > > https://www.facebook.com/groups/565438256882629/ > > > Robert Jerin
19. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
The reason the group can not be found is that Genealogy was spelled incorrectly.. so if you search Facebook for Croatian Heritage and Geneaology you will find the group. Things happened so quickly that when we realized the error... but Facebook rules do NOT allow changing names of groups once they have 250 members... https://www.facebook.com/groups/565438256882629/ Robert Jerin Link to info about our 2014 Croatian Heritage Tour https://www.signup4.net/public/ap.aspx?EID=CROA11E&OID=110 ___________
20. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
Thank you! p Dawn p, On Feb 12, 2014, at 8:49 PM, Estelle Daniels wrote: > Dawn, if you click on the link in the email below yours, it will take you straight there...you will have to sign in as normal for Facebook, though. > Good luck, > Estelle > >> From: perkalman75@aol.com >> Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 20:44:36 -0600 >> To: croatia@rootsweb.com >> Subject: Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group >> >> I tried to find Croatian heritage and genealogy
21. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
How much is the cost for the tour? p Dawn p, On Feb 12, 2014, at 9:02 PM, Robert Jerin wrote: > The reason the group can not be found is that Genealogy was spelled incorrectly.. so if you search Facebook for Croatian Heritage and Geneaology you will find the group. Things happened so quickly that when we realized the error... but Facebook rules do NOT allow changing names of groups once they have 250 members... > > https://www.facebook.com/groups/565438256882629/ > > > Rob
22. Re: [CROATIA] New Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group [1]
I tried to find Croatian heritage and genealogy Facebook group but it kept saying no results. Can you give me exact name? _\m/ Dawn > On Feb 9, 2014, at 8:59 AM, Robert Jerin wrote: > > I would like to invite everyone here too join our new Croatian Heritage and Genealogy Facebook Group. All you need is to be a Facebook member and Click on the Join button on the upper right side of the page. > > Less than 2 weeks old and we have 347 members......and a great deal of activity > > R
23. [CROATIA] Napegliena ? Naravsche? [1]
Can anyone assist in translation from an entry in the Croatian Church death records ? I find the words "rogiena u Paga od Pirghichia." No problem here. I am thinking this is translated as born on Pag of Pirghich [which is a surname I am familiar with]. Then it says "napegliena na Uglian." I've tried without success to find a meaning for napegliena using Google translate. Does it mean "residing" on Ugljan ? And one final puzzle. What is "od bolesti naravsche ?" Or possibly "od bolesti
24. Re: [CROATIA-L] Tracings on tombstones [1]
I have a Serbo-Croatian-English/English-Serbo-Croatian dictionary but it is by Hippocrene Books, Inc.. I'm not sure that it is as good as the one you are talking about though. I too grew up in a house full of the Serbo-Croatian language. Although at the time I didn't know or appreciate the beauty of it. My grandmother would speak her "language" while on the phone to her family. I miss listening to her conversations now. Most of her sibling have moved or passed away. On Wed, 31 May 2000 21:34:37
25. [CROATIA-L] POLICH [1]
Seeing all these POLIC postings makes me wonder if any of you are talking about my relatives. My Frances POLICH was from Croatia. She lived and worked mostly in Hreljin/Rjeka from what my Dad remembers her saying. She was born in 1873. She came to America sometime in 1904-1906. She was married to Matt STOKEN in Hreljin, before they came to America. She stayed in Chicago with either friends of the family or relatives, before joining Matt in Butte, Silverbow County, Montana. At my grandfather's baptism

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