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  • 16 October 2020 4:15 PM
    Reply # 9308287 on 9128253

    John,

    Here is a list of everyone who immigrated to Ellis Island in 1910

    1  Bubaj, Laszlo  Harczos  18  1888-1889  1907  view  view  view
    2  Buhaj, Wasyl  Harczos, Hungary  33  1875-1876  1909  view  view  view
    3  Bushaj, Janos  Harczos, Hungary  17  1892-1893  1910  view  view  view
    4  Dolhan, Peter  Harczos, Hungary  18  1891-1892  1910  view  view  view
    5  Gertner, Antalne  Harczos, Hungary  25  1880-1881  1906  view  view  view
    6  Gertner, Mari  Harczos, Hungary  2  1903-1904  1906  view  view  view
    7  Hricsinda, Helena  Harczos  33  1873-1874  1907  view  view  view
    8  Hricsinda, Maria  Harczos  6  1900-1901  1907  view  view  view
    9  Izicsak, Iztanko  Harczos, Hungary  1  1904-1905  1906  view  view  view
    10  Korcsian, Stanko  Harczos, Hungary  19  1892-1893  1912  view  view  view
    11  Kosztovaly, Laszlo  Harczos  44  1862-1863  1907  view  view  view
    12  Ladomedak, Mihaly  Harczos, Hungary  18  1891-1892  1910  view  view  view
    13  Ladumyak, Michal  Harczos, Hungary  24  1885-1886  1910  view  view  view
    14  Legdam, Zsuzsa  Harczos, Hungary  18  1887-1888  1906  view  view  view
    15  Lopoch, Mihaly  Harczos  17  1889-1890  1907  view  view  view
    16  Mika, Gyorgy  Harczos  1  1905-1906  1907  view  view  view
    17  Mika, Maria  Harczos  28  1878-1879  1907  view  view  view
    18  Mika, Mihaly  Harczos  8  1898-1899  1907  view  view  view
    19  Petroka, Gyorgy  Harczos, Hungary  31  1882-1883  1914  view  view  view
    20  Ruszin, Vasily  Harczos  17  1888-1889  1906  view  view  view
    21  Szicsak, Andras  Harczos, Hungary  30  1875-1876  1906  view  view  view
    22  Szicsak, Gyorgy  Harczos, Hungary  38  1870-1871  1909  view  view  view
    23  Szicsak, Maria  Harczos, Hungary  4  1901-1902  1906  view  view  view
    24  Szicsak, Mihaly  Harczos, Hungary  40  1868-1869  1909  view  view  view
    25  Szicsak, Mihaly  Harczos  38  1868-1869  1907  view  view  view
    26  Szicsak, Mihaly  Harczos  30  1875-1876  1906  view  view  view
    27  Szicsak, Sztanko  Harczos  17  1889-1890  1907  view  view  view
    28  Szicsak, Vaszilese  Harczos, Hungary  26  1879-1880  1906  view  view  view
    29  Szimcsisin, Stanko  Harczos, Hungary  27  1882-1883  1910  view  view  view
    30  Szisak, Peter  Harczos, Hungary  44  1865-1866  1910  view  view  view
    31  Szuchi, Mihaly  Harczos  17  1889-1890  1907  view  view  view
    32  Yzvisztun, Janos  Harczos, Hungary  16  1889-1890  1906  view  view  view



  • 16 October 2020 3:57 PM
    Reply # 9308243 on 9128253

    John,

    p.s., I have yet to find an Immigrant from our area who arrived anywhere except Ellis Island.

    p. p.s.   "Charles" was a name our immigrants often adopted instead of their given name of "Wasyl".


    Bill Tarkulich

  • 16 October 2020 3:54 PM
    Reply # 9308241 on 9128253

    Hello John,

    I just spent an hour looking at various documents.

    Here is whTopolyancsinat I can tell you.   

    I have never seen the name SANSKY in any records related to the Ulic' valley in Slovakia.   I can only guess that he changed his name somewhere along the way and he did not immigrate with that name.

    From what I read:

    in the 1940 census he was MICHAEL PANSKY, 1324 Drinker St.

    in 1917 Military Registration, he is MICHAEL SENSKI, age 29, 1917

    When people used the term "Austria" or "austria-hungary, it could be anywhere in either Austria or Hungary.   In his case, it was Hungary.   But it was wartime and people were unsure what to write.

    The name "Tubuji" Simply looks like a bad reading/writing of "Zboj", given by him with a heavy accent.

    Unfortunately, the year of birth, either 1887 or 1888 are not in the microfilmed set of records.   I also check with the Satorulhelgy Hungary archives and it does not have those pages either.

    in the 1930 Census he lists his birthplace as Czechoslovakia.  He states he immigrated in 1910 and Maria in 1912.   Very common.  It appears their first oldest child living at home, Julia was born in Dunmore in 1916.     

    Next question is to find out which country they were married in.  What name did Maria immigrate with.   You say she immigrated in 1910 with a daughter Helen.   This suggests they may have been married in Europe.   Have you checked the Ulicske Krive marriage records?  Presumably Helen had moved away by the 1930 census.

    That's all for now....

    Bill Tarkulich

    p.s., I'm not a robot ;) 

  • 16 October 2020 1:58 PM
    Reply # 9307993 on 9281008
    John F Sansky wrote:

    Family tree link

    tree.familytreedna.com/?sharedView=2433019c-3d5b-48f7-8c0d-ac9074ffbdba

    John,

    I am not  a customer of the company "family tree DNA", so I can't access the tree you reference.

    Bill Tarkulich


  • 04 October 2020 3:43 PM
    Reply # 9283175 on 9128253
    John F Sansky
  • 03 October 2020 11:52 AM
    Reply # 9281008 on 9128253
    John F Sansky

    Family tree link

    tree.familytreedna.com/?sharedView=2433019c-3d5b-48f7-8c0d-ac9074ffbdba


  • 14 August 2020 2:57 PM
    Reply # 9165040 on 9128253
    Anonymous

    John,

    I have found a lot of information.   but FIRST, I am very confused between the father and mother's names.    Please give me the following information .  Approximate year is ok.

    Your Father's full name & year of birth

    John Sansky, June 15, 1920 (no middle name)

    His father full name & year of birth 

    Michael Sansky  1887

    His mother's (maiden name)full name & year of birth

    Maria Topolyancsin Sansky       December 8, 1888                         

    She was born in Uličské Krivé.    Her father was Peter

    Topolyancsin and her mother was Olena Kacsan.  Peter was a farmer.


    His father's full name & year of birth  (redundant (??)

    His mother's (maiden name)full name & year of birth (redundant??)

    Please also explain where the name of SANSKY came into this family.

    My paternal grandfather Michael and his brother Charles both went by that surname. I do not know anything more. I have alsolutley no  Austro Hungarian paperwork with their name.

    I don't usually go this deep with other families.  However, your village neighbors mine and will have some connections.


    Thank you,

    John F Sansky


  • 13 August 2020 2:18 PM
    Reply # 9163030 on 9128253
    Bill Tarkulich

    Please look here

    http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/settlements/villages_of_slovakia.htm

    It's a list of village names at various periods of time.   You must look for them and all variations of them.

  • 13 August 2020 2:17 PM
    Reply # 9163027 on 9128253
    Bill Tarkulich

     Tubuji, Austria

    This must be Zbuj which is Zboj, Slovakia today.  The transcriber just didn't take much care in their work.

    Lot's of these people said they were from Austria-Hungary during that time.

    But I need to see the family tree.   I'm very confused about who is related to whom.  I see some confusion between mother and father, and the use of the terms grand and great grand.  Please explain.

  • 13 August 2020 2:04 PM
    Reply # 9163017 on 9128253
    Bill Tarkulich

    John,

    I have found a lot of information.   but FIRST, I am very confused between the father and mother's names.    Please give me the following information .  Approximate year is ok.

    Your Father's full name & year of birth

    His father full name & year of birth

    His mother's (maiden name)full name & year of birth

    His father's full name & year of birth

    His mother's (maiden name)full name & year of birth

    Please also explain where the name of SANSKY came into this family.

    I don't usually go this deep with other families.  However, your village neighbors mine and will have some connections.


    Thank you,

    Bill Tarkulich


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