Thank you for the reply.
That Mochtyak surname appears in many forms and spellings on many documents. It's so muddled.
I typically use FamilySearch for my research, so I'm limited in some record collections--and I don't foresee a trip to Salt Lake City in my immediate future. I'm not sure if Ancestry is any better when it comes to records of the former Austria-Hungary. Then again, one should get something for one's money.
Years ago, I wrote a letter to the mayor/administrator of Drahnov to inquire if he was aware or had record of the Draveczky family that resided there around the turn of the century. Unsurprisingly, he didn't.
I've never traveled there, so I'm wondering what the cemeteries are like. Were they largely destroyed during the wars? Were most people buried without headstones? When power shifted from the Hungarians to the Slovaks, were Hungarian cemeteries neglected?
So much history has been lost. Much of it deliberately. When my grandmother, who has been dead for 20 years, asked her father about his family history, he looked at her and said, "We're American," and refused to share anything more.
I get the impression that things in the Old Country were not very good and, when they left, they never looked back.
The Draveczki/Mochtyak problem is quite difficult. The baptism that you cite indicates Istvan Draveczki is Roman Catholic and Erzsabet Mochtyak is Greek Catholic. The Porostov GC records begin in 1876. If they married there, you are out of luck. The Mochtyak name is pretty rare. You might try to search GC parishes in the Porostov area for the surname.
The RC records of Drahnov are in Zemplinske Kopcany. Here is a link to those records:
Unfortunately, they are digitzed but not available because some of the dates fall into the privacy area. The only way to view them is in the library at Salt Lake City or hire someone to view and copy the relevant entries for you. The death of Istvan Draveczki will probably be found there before 1911. The records pertaining to Istvan Draveczki Jr and wife Helena Balaz will be there as well as Maria Draveczki who married Ferencz Hartman. Their marriage records may shed some light on where they were born. You will need every bit of info that you can lay your hands on to ccrack this case.