PRIEZVISKÁ / SURNAMES



MACAY - Surnames: Macka– y, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. Thez had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MACÁK (Svätý Kríž, Lutila) - Zaujímajú ma rody Hont-Poznan, Dóczy z Veľkej Lúče, Forgáč, Macák (zo Svätého Kríža a Lutily), Blaško-Blaskay (zo Svätého Kríža), Vanka, Martinca z okolia Žiaru nad Hronom a ďalšie. Bc. Stanislav Macák, DiS.art., Beňadická 14, 851 06 Bratislava, e-mail (2011-11-01)
MACEJKO - I am trying to find information on some of my ancestors who were from Presov, or Kortvelyes, Hungary (Slovakia). Here is the only information I have, some of which I received from Ellis Island in New York in the United States: Maiden name: (extremely approximate spelling/pronunciation): Karibunice, Kadabuniche, Married Name: Macejko, First name: Zofia, Born: 1872 (or 1871 or perhaps 1873; she was 30 years old in 1902 when she arrived at Ellis Island on August 5), Children: Maria, Anna, Mihalo, Elizabeth, Husband Macejko's possible first name: Michael; Zofia and her children immigrated to the United States in 1902. All are deceased. Claudia Wolosin, 6 rue Voltaire, 38000 Grenoble, France, e-mail (2006-02-05)
MACINKA - A am a second generation American. My father Francis Macinka was born in 1908 in Philadelphia, PA. My grandparents were born somewhere in Czechoslovakia and migrated to the US (Pennsylvania) somewhere around the 1890s. My uncle told me before he died, that a farm town in Czechoslovakia was named after our family. I have no verification. I am the last Macinka alive in our family. I would love to leave the heritage and history of our family to my daughters. Joseph Charles Macinka, e-mail (2002-01-17)
MACIZ - I am interested in obtaining birth and marriage records of my grandparents: 1. Moric/Maciz born in 1857 and 1860 in the Sv. Martin to Trnava Area. 2. Hrasko/Franova born in the 1800s in the Zvolen Area. Mrs. M. Susan Simulik, 7808 - 145 Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5C 2S7, e-mail (2002-10-24)
MACKALICA
(Ťapešovo or Močidľany) - My relative, Sr. Methodia Machalica, passed away a year ago. She was very active in the Slovak community and provided translation to the Slovak League of Chicago until her dying day.  She was also the founder of a Slovak Museum at Our Lady of Sorrows Priory in Oak Forest, IL. My family arrived at Ellis Island between 1903-1905. Their were five family members that arrived, they are as follows:  Joseph, John, Michael, Stephen and Mary - all with the surname Machalica (the spelling was changed to Mackalica when my grandfather served in the US Military). They arrived at Ellis Island and directly proceeded to McKee's Rocks Pennsylvania upon their arrival in the USA. Sr. Methodia's family seperated and went to the Midwest.  I am now living near them and have come to know this side of the family very well.  I also have family in New Jersey.  Kelly Mackalica, e-mail (2001-09-24)
MACKAY - Surnames: Mackay, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. Thez had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MACKANIC (Seňa) - My grandparents came from Szina, Slovakia. My grandfather's name was Peter Jankaj and my grandmother was Mary Mackanic. They came to America about 1904 and settled in Pittson, PA. Roger Strout, 2207 Trafalgar Court, Marietta, GA 30066, USA, e-mail (2001-10-11)
MACKANIC (Snina) – I have been searching my family from Snina for many years. Names Jankay (Yankaj); Karlo and Mackanic. Denise Jankay Rodriguez, e-mail, e-mail (2015-07-26)
MACKANIČ (Snina) – I have been searching my family from Snina for many years. Names Jankay (Yankaj); Karlo and Mackanic. Denise Jankay Rodriguez, e-mail, e-mail (2015-07-26)
MACKO (Dvorianky) - I have been researching John and Mary Evans. At this time I haven’t been able to conclusively determine the actual surname for John, possibly Evanoike, Evanoyka, and there are several other variations. But, these two surnames also settled in Colorado, as neighbours to other Austrian/Bohemian/Yugoslave/Czech. families. I have discovered it all depends which census you review… they changed their native country names every ten years!!! Mrs. Mary Evans it turns out was easier. Her full name appears to have been, Anna Marie Magdalene Macko aka Maczko (different places, different spellings, naturally). She was called Ann, Annie, and Mary during her life in Pueblo County, Colo., Elbert County, Colo., and finally, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. Immigration: I have a variety of years these two reported they arrived in the U.S. between 1888 and 1895. She reported she arrived between 1894-1900, but she was here for the 1900 census. Naturalization: I ordered from Colo. State Archives, and received the final papers, swearing into citizenship, John Evans 20 Sep 1904 in Pueblo Co., Colo. There were no “intent to file citizenship papers,” which make me believe those might have been filed at the port of entry. All I got was, “Naturalized, native of Austria, became a citizen, born "1901 age 30," date & port of arrival not recorded in the Pueblo County Court, witnessed by Mark Ballach & Albert Lepik both Pueblo, Colo. signed L.B. Gibson Judge and mark by John Evans.”  Again, he was recorded in the 1900 census. I also found that Mary and John purportedly came from two towns, (her) Drorianki, Czechoslovakia and (he) Parchoveni, Czechoslovakia. The closest I found were: Dvorianky, a village, is 1. nm south or Parchovany. And, Parchovany is a village and municipality of Trebišov Dis. in the Košice Region of SE Slovakia. Sue Mendenhall, e-mail (2012-12-28)
MACKO (Hanušovce nad Topľou) - I have been looking for some time for My great grandfather. Andrej Lukac was born in Hanušovce nad Topľou. His birthdate was around 1864(?). His wife Mary Lukac (Matsko or Matska) I know little about. They arrived in the U.S in New York I believe. Not sure of the ship. I have been exploring for some 7 years. I will keep searching. He was a coal miner and died in Montana in 1900. Greg Lukac in Montana - Gregory J. Lucotch, 914 West Main Street, Lewistown, Montana 59457, USA, e-mail, www (2012-05-18)
MACKO (Košice) - Joyce Bracken, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MACKO - Martin Karásek, Rázusova 3/10, 036 01 Martin (1999-08-20)
MÁCSOVSZKI - Dédnagyanyám, magyarosan írva Mácsovszki Mária származásáról szeretnék többet tudni. 1890 táján születhetett, Csongrád megyében élte élete jó részét. Akinek van hasonló nevû rokona, kérem írjon. e-mail (2005-09-05)
MACURA - I am looking for a history of the surname Horňáček and also want to find some people with this surname, who live abroad. I know very little of my family tree (only to my grand-grand parents, their names are Ján Páleník and Antónia Macurová). / Hľadám informácie o histórii priezviska Horňáček a tiež by som chcela nájsť ľudí s týmto priezviskom, ktorí žijú v zahraničí. Môj rodokmeň poznám iba po prastarých rodičov, ich mená sú Ján Páleník a Antónia Macurová. Lucia Horňáčeková, SK, e-mail (2007-04-11)
MACUŠ - Hľadám informácie o svojich predkoch. Zaujímam sa o priezviská Macuš, Macúš, Maczus, Macuzs, Trnka, Tichy (z oblasti Radoľa, Kysucké Nové Mesto, Budatín) a Čermák (Wachotín, Čachotní, Chotebor, Leopoldorsf Wien). Ing. Petra Osvaldová, rod. Natterová, e-mail (2012-07-30)
MACÚŠ - Hľadám informácie o svojich predkoch. Zaujímam sa o priezviská Macuš, Macúš, Maczus, Macuzs, Trnka, Tichy (z oblasti Radoľa, Kysucké Nové Mesto, Budatín) a Čermák (Wachotín, Čachotní, Chotebor, Leopoldorsf Wien). Ing. Petra Osvaldová, rod. Natterová, e-mail (2012-07-30)
MACUZS - Hľadám informácie o svojich predkoch. Zaujímam sa o priezviská Macuš, Macúš, Maczus, Macuzs, Trnka, Tichy (z oblasti Radoľa, Kysucké Nové Mesto, Budatín) a Čermák (Wachotín, Čachotní, Chotebor, Leopoldorsf Wien). Ing. Petra Osvaldová, rod. Natterová, e-mail (2012-07-30)
MACZKO (Dvorianky) - I have been researching John and Mary Evans. At this time I haven’t been able to conclusively determine the actual surname for John, possibly Evanoike, Evanoyka, and there are several other variations. But, these two surnames also settled in Colorado, as neighbours to other Austrian/Bohemian/Yugoslave/Czech. families. I have discovered it all depends which census you review… they changed their native country names every ten years!!! Mrs. Mary Evans it turns out was easier. Her full name appears to have been, Anna Marie Magdalene Macko aka Maczko (different places, different spellings, naturally). She was called Ann, Annie, and Mary during her life in Pueblo County, Colo., Elbert County, Colo., and finally, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. Immigration: I have a variety of years these two reported they arrived in the U.S. between 1888 and 1895. She reported she arrived between 1894-1900, but she was here for the 1900 census. Naturalization: I ordered from Colo. State Archives, and received the final papers, swearing into citizenship, John Evans 20 Sep 1904 in Pueblo Co., Colo. There were no “intent to file citizenship papers,” which make me believe those might have been filed at the port of entry. All I got was, “Naturalized, native of Austria, became a citizen, born "1901 age 30," date & port of arrival not recorded in the Pueblo County Court, witnessed by Mark Ballach & Albert Lepik both Pueblo, Colo. signed L.B. Gibson Judge and mark by John Evans.”  Again, he was recorded in the 1900 census. I also found that Mary and John purportedly came from two towns, (her) Drorianki, Czechoslovakia and (he) Parchoveni, Czechoslovakia. The closest I found were: Dvorianky, a village, is 1. nm south or Parchovany. And, Parchovany is a village and municipality of Trebišov Dis. in the Košice Region of SE Slovakia. Sue Mendenhall, e-mail (2012-12-28)
MACZUS - Hľadám informácie o svojich predkoch. Zaujímam sa o priezviská Macuš, Macúš, Maczus, Macuzs, Trnka, Tichy (z oblasti Radoľa, Kysucké Nové Mesto, Budatín) a Čermák (Wachotín, Čachotní, Chotebor, Leopoldorsf Wien). Ing. Petra Osvaldová, rod. Natterová, e-mail (2012-07-30)
MAČÁK - Zaujímajú ma rody Svocák, Brunovský, Mačák, Snovický, Hlotský, Pekarovič. Edita Svocáková, Nobelova 2, 831 02 Bratislava, e-mail (2002-03-06)
MÁČAJ
- Zaujímam sa o rody Máčaj, Bajan, Harmady z oblasti Tekova. Anna Sabová, Lúčna 45/7, 971 01 Prievidza, 046-542 52 08, 0910 566 397, e-mail (2009-09-17)
MÄČKO - Edita Mäčková, Hodžova 10/53, 036 01 Martin
MADACKÝ - Pochádzam zo slovenskej obce Kysáč na území autonómnej pokrajiny Vojvodiny, Srbsko. Naši predkovia sa v 18. storočí prisťahovali z malej dedinky Madačka, pri Lučenci. meno si zmenili podľa miesta pôvodu, ktovie prečo. Isté zdroje tvrdia, že sa tak chceli vyhnúť plateniu vtedajších nemalých daní. Juraj Madacký, Lužná 716/2, 160 00 Praha 6, Česká republika, Tel.: +420 605 854 435, e-mail (2006-10-25)
MADARAS -  I am a first generation American and although I can understand and speak Slovak I know almost nothing about my ancestry. I know my Grandfather's name on my Mother's side was John or Jan Kozma a town near Koshetsa (spelling not correct) and my grandmother's name was Zuska or Susan Kramer or Krammer. My father's father was Michael Mochtak and his mother's last name was Madaras again, spelling of grandmother's name is probably not correct, they lived in a village named after walnuts or Orechova. I know the last names are correct. I have looked up Ellis Island landing records and cannot find Mochtak anywhere although I know my grandfather came to America at least 2 times before 1910.  Grandfather Kozma came here around 1922-23. I still have many relatives in Slovakia but cannot read or write to them as am not proficient enough and my Mother seems reluctant for me to keep in touch although she and my father have corresponded with them for many, many years. My father was born in America in 1919 in Youngstown, Ohio and my mother was born in Czech in 1921. e-mail (2002-12-30)
MADARÁS - Již dva roky dávám s pomocí několika genealogů a svých vlastních sil dohromady rodokmen, jsem takřka u konce, jen chybí větev mé matky. Má matka Judita, roz. Ábelovzská pocházela z Mezőbereny v Maďarsku. Dlouhá léta žila celá rodina na Slovensku v Kolárově. Její matka pak za svobodna Braunová Erszébet - *21.9.1907 a její matka pak Schöffer Elisabett. Matka dědečka Ábelovszky György *7.6.1903 se jmenovala za svobodna Madarász Mária a tím je výčet přijímení hotov. Roman Frček, e-mail (2010-05-17)
MADARASY - Ladislaus N. Jancsó, Rua Sebastiao Cabot 467, 05608-010 Sao Paulo, Brasil
MADARASSY - Ladislaus N. Jancsó, Rua Sebastiao Cabot 467, 05608-010 Sao Paulo, Brasil
MADARÁSZ - Již dva roky dávám s pomocí několika genealogů a svých vlastních sil dohromady rodokmen, jsem takřka u konce, jen chybí větev mé matky. Má matka Judita, roz. Ábelovzská pocházela z Mezőbereny v Maďarsku. Dlouhá léta žila celá rodina na Slovensku v Kolárově. Její matka pak za svobodna Braunová Erszébet - *21.9.1907 a její matka pak Schöffer Elisabett. Matka dědečka Ábelovszky György *7.6.1903 se jmenovala za svobodna Madarász Mária a tím je výčet přijímení hotov. Roman Frček, e-mail (2010-05-17)
MADEJA (Tvarožná, Repiská - Poľsko) - Skúmam rody Lazarák - z obce Osturňa, Ľubica ai., Kaňuk z obce Osturňa ai., Lejava z obce Ľubica ai., Zavacký z obce Osturňa, Madeja z obce Tvarožná a Repiská (dnešné Poľsko), Šoltýs z obce Lapšanka (dnešné Poľsko) a rody s nimi spriaznené. Peter Lazarák, Vrbovská 12, 059 71 Ľubica, Tel.: 052 4566705, 0903 627 630, e-mail (2008-03-04)
MADERIČ (Smolinské) – I am looking for information on my great-grandmother and any family history related to her. Her name was Maria Maderič, born on April 15, 1889 in Smolinské (Szmolinsko on papers from Ellis Island). She came to the U.S. through Ellis Island on the SS Rhein in 1907 at age 18. According to a baptismal log I have, her parents were Elisabeta Vagner and Josephus Maderič. I would love to find out more about Maria's parents, what life would have been like for her in Europe, and any other past or present family members residing in Europe. Bonnie Lender, e-mail (2014-09-20)
MADROVSKY (Piešťany) - My grandmother Maiden name Madrovsky) came from Pistany, my granfather (Holich) from Schnadorf (not sure of the spelling). They entered the US around 1905. Suska, e-mail (2005-03-07)
MADUNICKY (Šterusy, Vrbové, Kočín-Lančár) - I am tracing the background of Jozef Hulak, maybe a nobleman, who lived about 1800 in Lancar. Their descendent was Alzbeta Madunicky who I believed lived in Sterusy, Vrbove or Lancar. This last town my grandparents never mentioned. Catherine K Daniels, e-mail (2004-11-11)
MAGINECZ - Martin Abrahám, Košická 42/52, 945 01 Komárno
MAGULAK (Šemetkovce) - My Grandmother Helena Vorobel was from Šemetkovce, Diocese of Prešov. She was born January 30, 1889 and baptized on February 5, 1882 in the Greek Catholic Eastern Church by Reverend Augustin Burik. Her sponsors were Ivan Zapatocky and Anna Zapatocky. She had a brother George and possibly two others. She married John Koval. Helen's mother was Elena Magulak and her father was Nicholas Vorobel. Patricia Van Etten, e-mail (2002-01-18)
MAGYAR - Amber Yobak, 2214 Oak Hollow Lane, Cordova, Tn 38016, USA, e-mail (2003-10-29)
MACHALICA (Ťapešovo or Močidľany) - My relative, Sr. Methodia Machalica, passed away a year ago. She was very active in the Slovak community and provided translation to the Slovak League of Chicago until her dying day.  She was also the founder of a Slovak Museum at Our Lady of Sorrows Priory in Oak Forest, IL. My family arrived at Ellis Island between 1903-1905. Their were five family members that arrived, they are as follows:  Joseph, John, Michael, Stephen and Mary - all with the surname Machalica (the spelling was changed to Mackalica when my grandfather served in the US Military). They arrived at Ellis Island and directly proceeded to McKee's Rocks Pennsylvania upon their arrival in the USA. Sr. Methodia's family seperated and went to the Midwest.  I am now living near them and have come to know this side of the family very well.  I also have family in New Jersey.  Kelly Mackalica, e-mail (2001-09-24)
MACHÁLIK (Modra, Močenok) - Peter Štetka, Za hradbami 28, 902 01 Pezinok, e-mail (1999-10-01)
MACHEK - I have been searching for 2-3 years for information on my ancestors who were immigrants from Austria (born in Czechoslovakia). I am up against a brick wall, finding no records here in US except for 1930 census. I know that they lived in Morgantown, West Virginia and came to US in about 1904. Any assistance that you could provide would be veery much appreciated. Great grandfather: Nickolas Choma 1881-1951, great grandmother: Aewe (Eva) Machek 1884-1958. Dayna Sullenberger, e-mail (2011-11-25)
MACHO - Zaujímam sa o tieto priezviská: Bertha, Borovský, Bukovinský, Császar, Divos, Dodok, Dvíhal, Glatz, Graca, Horecký, Košina, Kučera, Kupert, Láclavík, Líška, Macho, Matula, Matušík, Méry, Mikula, Nagy, Pacher, Pilan, Radovič, Rátz, Ripka, Schiesek, Schwarz, Szabó, Tholl, Toperzel, Tóth, Tríbes, Václavík a Valachy. Vojtech Méry, Gaštanová 6, 010 07Žilina, e-mail (2003-05-28)
MACHOVIČ - Miroslav Kazík, Vrchná 583, 922 21 Moravany nad Váhom
MACHOVSKÝ - Machovský, Bordáč, Šurina, Požgaj - obce Borinka, Lozorno, Vrbice (ČR). Ing. Michal Machovský, Kutlíkova 9, 851 02 Bratislava, e-mail (2004-01-23)
MAIER (Modra) - I would like to know if there are genealogy records for two individuals that emigrated in 1905 to the United States from the city of Modra: Wilhelm Maier and Marie Maier, husband and wife. Wilhelm Maier was 47 years old and Marie Maier was 44 in 1905. David Deal, e-mail, www (2014-01-03)
MAINDL
(Krupina) - I am looking for any family members or any information on my grandfather's family. His name was Ľudovít Maindl born August 24, 1899 or 1900 in Krupina (may be under another name as an illegitimate child). He left Slovakia around 1925 for France. His parents' names were Ľudovít Mandl (born in 1866 in Krupina) and Anna Machovičová. His grandparents were Štefan Mandl or Meindel, a master tailor, and Anna Škrlecová. His grand-grandparents were Jakub Mandl and Anna Ertl from Banská Štiavnica. I am also looking for the children of Julianna Maindl married first with Jan Valach and second with Rudolf Schwarz in 1921. Catherine Maindl, 31, Voie Romaine, 21700 Argilly, France, Tel.: 06 64 09 53 98, e-mail (2008-02-14)
MAJAK - Pátrám po rodině Jendrišák ze Skalitého. Otec Michal Jendrišák, děti Michal, Eva, později Majaková, Jozef, Jan a Juraj. Marek Miloš, e-mail (2006-05-19)
MAJER (Lechnica - Grassflat, Pennsylvania, USA) - Am looking for information on Jan Majer from Lechnica. He was born June 24, 1876 and immigrated to Grassflat, Pennsylvania (Clearfield County) in October of 1903. He was a coach driver in Slovakia and a coal miner in America. Anne Lucas Ryba, e-mail (1999-10-12)
MAJER (Pukanec) - My father Karol Čelko was born at Domaniža in December 1902. He had two younger sisters. My father’s father was a military man, he had at least another brother, maybe another two brothers – one of them could be a kind of Guard Commander to the Emperor František Jozef. First Čelko’s wife (my grandmother) surname was Mucha. My father left his home around 1914, stayed tripping through Central Europe and in 1924 departed to South America. He died in Argentina in 1981. My mother Anna Majerová was born in 1912 in Pukanec. She arrived to Argentina in 1927. Her father Jozef Majer arrived later. Aunt’s name was Mária Skladanová and had a daughter Ludmila. All this family returned to Czechoslovakia around 1950. I have a younger brother Emilio (63) and a sister vorn afterwards and called Lidia (58). I am now 65 years old. Karol Ernest Celko, Avda. Santa Fe 1984, Piso 7 Depto E., 1127 Buenos Aires, Argentina, e-mail (2000-08-15)
MAJERCAK (Liptovský Mikuláš) -  I believe my grandparents lived in or near Letanovce, Slovakia before immigrating to the US. I believe my grandfather Jan Javorcik (I am not sure surname is spelled correctly) arrived in US about 1892. My Grandmother and four children arrived about 1900, her maiden name was Catherine Zavadsky and her parents names were Joseph and Mary Zavadzky- Mary's maiden was Majercak. I believe Mary Majercak may have been born in Liptovský Mikuláš. – Carl D. Javorchik, 707 Burdie Dr., Hubbard, OH 44425, USA e-mail (2002-02-26)
MAJERCAK - I am looking for anyone that may know this name ( Janos JAVORCSIK ) or related to him. He is my grandfather and I know very little about him. He married Kata Zavadsky about 1884, and they had (4) children before immigrating to the U.S.A. Kata's mothers maiden name was Mary Majercac. The children were Katilin, Janos, Stefen and Joseph, they were baptized in Letanovce between 1885 and 1892. Their residence before leaving was Amofalu. I am not sure of this spelling but I believe it is part of Levoca now. Janos Javorcsik immigrated in 1892, and Kata immigrated with  the children in 1900 to live in Youngstown, Ohio-U.S.A. Kata was born in Liptovsky Mikulas. e-mail (2002-10-23)
MAJERČÁK (Liptovský Mikuláš) –  I believe my grandparents lived in or near Letanovce, Slovakia before immigrating to the US. I believe my grandfather Jan Javorcik (I am not sure surname is spelled correctly) arrived in US about 1892. My Grandmother and four children arrived about 1900, her maiden name was Catherine Zavadsky and her parents names were Joseph and Mary Zavadzky- Mary's maiden was Majercak. I believe Mary Majercak may have been born in Liptovský Mikuláš. – Carl D. Javorchik, 707 Burdie Dr., Hubbard, OH 44425, USA e-mail (2002-02-26)
MAJERČÍK (Stránske) - Zaujímam sa o rody Remenec - Kunerad, Mičech - Poruba, Majerčík - Stránske, Nemčok - Zvolen. Viktor Remenec, Kúpeľná 105, 962 37 Kováčová, SK (2007-08-24)
MAJERČÍK (Golianovo) - Zaujímam sa o predkov, príbuzných a menovcov mojich prastarých rodičov Františka Majerčíka a Veroniky Šlosárovej z Golianova, okr. Nitra. Mám spracovanú genealógiu, aktuálne 136 osôb. Mário Majerčík, Golianovo, e-mail (2003-06-25)
MAJERČÍK (Teplička nad Váhom) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Obšivan, Jánošík, Masnica, Hanuljak, Komačka, Martinusík, Poživenec, Jankov, Hanzel (všetky z Terchovej), Noga (Horná Tížina), Staňo, Greguš, Košut (všetky z Riečnice), Janíček, Šimun, Trizujlak, Cabadaj, Sedláček, Franek, Šutovský, Miček (všetky z Gbelian), Mrázik, Valášek, Majerčík, Bolo, Pinka, Podmanický (všetky z Tepličky nad Váhom), Žídek (Belá), Rolko (Mojš). Radoslav Obšivan, Na močiar 918/19, 013 01 Teplička nad Váhom, e-mail (2014-02-10)
MAJERHOFER
- Volám sa Júlia Majerhoferová a hľadám info o svojich predkoch a rodine. I am Júlia Majerhoferová and I find info about history of my family or family. e-mail (2007-09-14)
MAJERNIK (Humenné) - Brasko, Baran, and Majernik from the area aroung Humenné. Breczik, Tyahla, and Hudak around the Čertižné. Some of them imm. around 1910's to America. Any information would be very helpful and appreciated. Mallorie Brasko, 2157 Maybelle Prescott, MI 48756, USA, e-mail (2002-02-06)
MAJERNÍK - Ing. Juraj Bubnáš, A. Kmeťa 27, 971 01 Prievidza (2001-06-22)
MAJERNÍK (Zámutov) - I am researhing my MAJERNIK/now MAYERNIK ancestors. My family was from Zemplin. My Grandfather, Michael was born in Zamutov in 1890. His parents were Jozsef and Maria Koscs. Relatives were living in the area of Agyagospatak (Hlinne), Zamutov and surrounding area. Rick Mayernik, Montana, USA, e-mail (2003-01-31)
MAJEROVIC (Krivé) - My name is Simon Marston. I was born in Prague, grew up in UK and now live in Australia. My father Mojzis Majerovic was born in Krive Ruthenia. Parents names were Leba and Kaja Majerovic. This is is as much as I know as my grandparents, like so many other people disappeared during WW2. Simon Marston (ne Majerovic). Birthday 10/12/1947 at Vinohrady c.p. 545, Prague 2. Address is 229, Pitt St, Eltham, Victoria, Australia 3095, e-mail (2008-01-17)
MAJEROVIČ (Krivé) - My name is Simon Marston. I was born in Prague, grew up in UK and now live in Australia. My father Mojzis Majerovic was born in Krive Ruthenia. Parents names were Leba and Kaja Majerovic. This is is as much as I know as my grandparents, like so many other people disappeared during WW2. Simon Marston (ne Majerovic). Birthday 10/12/1947 at Vinohrady c.p. 545, Prague 2. Address is 229, Pitt St, Eltham, Victoria, Australia 3095, e-mail (2008-01-17)
MAJEWSKI - Zaujímajú ma rody: Buzek, Biel, Budz, Zmuda, Lichaj, Waksmundzki, Wierzba, Wysoczański, Sykala, Szczurek, Majewski, Kudzia, Drapała, Skrzyński, Sulima; Račko, Čandik, Vasiľ, Ličák, Zajac, Kačmarčin, Hostiňak, Kušnír, Petrilla. - Lokality: Jasenovce, Vranov nad Topľou, Vranovské Dlhé, Čemerné, Hencovce, Sedliská, Majerovce, Zámutov, Juskova Voľa, Brestov nad Laborcom, Matysová, Łaszczów, Tarnawa Dolna, Chorzów, Pruchnik, Biały Dunajec, Białka Tatrzańska, Waksmund, Odrowąż Podhalański, Zawoja. Oliver Buzek, Okulka 9/5, 093 01 Vranov nad Topľou, e-mail (2012-05-18) 
MAJOROSSY - Moji predkovia sú vraj z Maďarska alebo niekde z oblasti Transylvánie v Rumunsku. Môj dedo sa volal predtým než prišiel na Slovensko z Maďarska Imrich Majorossy. Imrich Majoroš, e-mail (2011-07-29)
MAJOROŠ - Moji predkovia sú vraj z Maďarska alebo niekde z oblasti Transylvánie v Rumunsku. Môj dedo sa volal predtým než prišiel na Slovensko z Maďarska Imrich Majorossy. Imrich Majoroš, e-mail (2011-07-29)
MAJTÁN - Zaujímam sa o rody Mjtán a Ábel. Alfonz Majtán, Vavilovova 22, 851 01 Bratislava, Tel.: 02 20 72 70 85, e-mail (2008-05-21)
MAJTÁN (Pivnica, Yugoslavia) - Michal Činčurák, Mierová 20, 821 05 Bratislava (2000-01-11)
MAJTHÉNYI - Na stránke prestavujeme rodiny Sztrányay, Dessewffy, Dubniczky, Inkey, Lengyel, Majthényi, Mikovinyi, Pongrácz, www, e-mail (2007-02-05)
MAJTHÉNYI - JUDr. Magdaléna Gogorová, Ríbezľová 426, 972 46 Čereňany
MAJTHÉNYI - Zaujíma ma genealógia Majthényiovcov z Motešíc. Renáta Drobeňová, Hlboká 9, 917 01 Trnava, +421-33-5441661, 0910-168191 (2005-09-16)
MAJZEĽ (Soľ) - Zaujímam sa o rody Tokár, Demčák (Jastrabie nad Topľou), Tiňo, Klapak, Dvorový (Zámutov), Gnap, Majzeľ (Soľ), Čorej (Remeniny), Csany (Kvakovce). Božena Gnapová, Jasovská 96, 040 11 Košice, Tel.: 0908 980 807, e-mail (2006-05-15)
MAJZUN (Závod) - My great grandfather Vendelinus Vinka was the son of Emericus Vinka and Anna Majzun born in Zavod (No. 119), Bratislava, Slovakia in 1900 according to his baptism papers. The family was also Roman Catholics. According to an Ohio census Anna was born about 1880 and I believe that at some point Emericus changed his name to Henry and the 1910 federal Ohio census says he was born about 1873. The family immigrated to America through Ellis Island and settled in Ohio: Passenger list for the SS Lahn dated 6 Dec 1900 shows the arrival of a Imre (or Emre) Vinka born about 1873/74 coming from Zavod and going to Bellaire, Ohio. Pasenger list for the SS Barbarossa dated 16 Feb 1905 shows the arrival of Anna Vinka (born about 1880) and her son Vendol Vinka (born about 1900) coming from Zavod and traveling to Emrich Vinka in Bellaire, Ohio. There was also a Miklos Majzun traveling on the Barbarossa from Zavod. There are also various Majzun and Vinka passengers traveling from Zavod to the US during various years. Emericus and Anna Vinka left behind a daughter named Helen or Helena born 1898 in Zavod with Emericus's grandfather. She later married someone with the last name Sisolak - first name possibly John. Vendelinus had his name changed to Wendel Winko in Louisiana, 1923. Emericus had two sisters and I think their names were Anna and Catherine. Emericus and Anna later had five more children in Ohio: Mary, Joseph, John, Elizabeth, and Paul (who was later adopted by the Radish family). I found a 1910 federal census with the family in Ohio. I am looking for information about this family while they resided in Zavod. Interested if there were any generations that came from the left behind daughter (Helen or Helena). Also if anything is know about previous generations. Dan Winko, e-mail (2007-03-13)
MAKAJ - Surnames: Mackay, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. Theyz had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MAKARA (Prešovský kraj) - Zaujímam sa o rody Makara (Prešovský kraj), Stupák (Rožňava, Drnava), Darcsi (Kalocsa, Budapešť), Telegdi (Kalocsa, Budapešť, Caransebeş), Bátori (Baja, Revúca, Šahy, Kremnica). Lucia Makarová, Zakarpatská 22, 048 01 Rožňava, e-mail (2010-09-06)
MAKAY - Surnames: Mackay, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. They had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MAKIS (Novi Sad, Yugoslavia) - My Grandfather and mother were offspring of  Slovaks that emmigrated from Slovakia to farm in Yugoslavia around Novi Sad. I'd like to know if the name Makis (in Canada they added an "H" to get the "sh" sound) still exists in Slovakia. My grandfather Jano Makis had a brother who supposedly never left. Gene Martin Makish, Dorchester Ontario, Canada, e-mail (2004-10-18)
MAKISH (Novi Sad, Yugoslavia) - My Grandfather and mother were offspring of  Slovaks that emmigrated from Slovakia to farm in Yugoslavia around Novi Sad. I'd like to know if the name Makis (in Canada they added an "H" to get the "sh" sound) still exists in Slovakia. My grandfather Jano Makis had a brother who supposedly never left. Gene Martin Makish, Dorchester Ontario, Canada, e-mail (2004-10-18)
MAKOVICKÝ - Zaujímajú ma rody Hýroš, Hanko, Makovický, Gregorec. Ing. Jozef Hýroš, Nám. slobody 1/13, 034 01 Ružomberok, Tel.: 044/4322 877, 0905-176-501, e-mail (2008-12-17)
MAKOVNÍK (Dolná Strehová) - Norbert Adamove, Hlavná 78/59, 991 02 Dolná Strehová (2000-11-03)
MAKUCH (Čierne Pole, Trhyňa) - I am searching for relatives in southeastern Slovakia – Čierne Pole and Tegena: Makuch, Sabocik (Szabocsik), Kopervas(z), Chalfa. My grandparents were born there in 1888 and 1893. They came to USA in 1913-1914. My great grandparents John Kopervas and Anna Chalfa are buried there. I live in Holmdel, NJ 07733, USA Bernardine Weigand, e-mail (2000-05-22)
MAKY - Surnames: Mackay, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. They had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MAKYS (Brezová pod Bradlom) - Ancestors of Jan Plačko, Anna Potúček, Štefan Šlahor and Anna Vician: Batka, Bednar, Blanar, Dodrv, Huska, Juriček, Klučovsky, Kopecky, Kostelancik, Kravarik, Kriško, Kučera, Makys, Osusky, Plačko, Posednik, Potúček, Repta, Šaško, Šlahor, Sluka, Tomaska, Valko, Vician, Zvonar. Anabeth Dollins, 1409 Terrace Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15228-1608, USA, www, e-mail (2002-05-28)
MALAST (Sulín – Veľký Sulín) – Je suis a la recherche de mes ancêtres je m appelle Pierre Henri Dvoraznak mon père a quitter la Slovaquie jeune il sappelait Dvoraznak Pierre était né le 2 mars 1908 à Velky Sulin de feu Pierre Dvoraznak et de Feu Maria Malastova il s est engagé dans la légion étrangèreen 1931 a Sarreguemines nous n avons aucune autre indication. sauf notre déplacement en Slovaquie qui n a rien donner de précis. P.H. Dvoraznak, e-mail (2013-07-04)
MALATIN
(Hranovnica) - Volám sa Malatin a zaujímam sa o toto meno (jeho pôvod, kde a odkedy sa vyskytuje a pod.). Toto meno aj v iných obmenách (Malatinský) nie je až také zriedkavé a spája sa aj s názvom obce. Matrika obce, z ktorej pochádzam (Hranovnica) siaha do r.1820, skoršie záznamy vyhoreli. V záznamoch z obce Kravany sa v r.1733 vyskytuje meno Anna Malatinka. Pre zaujímavosť môžem uviesť,že v Benátkach  existuje kanál "Rio Malatin" a ulica "Calle Malattin". Juraj Malatin, e-mail (2009-04-28)
MALATINSKÝ - Skúmam rody Penner, Pener, Weitzenbauer, Weiczenbauer, Weizenbauer, Malatinský (Hriňová, Látky, Sihla, Málinec, Kokava nad Rimavicou), Vrťo (Detva). RNDr. Imrich Vrťo, DrSc., Znievska 1, 851 06 Bratislava, Tel.: 02-63 82 77 48, 0903 790 220, e-mail, www (2005-11-04) 
MALATINSKÝ - Bruckmayer, Henn, Fikar, Ostermayer, Malatinszki alebo Malatinsky, Wallner, gróf Mirowszki alebo Mirowszky Poľsko-Krakov, Anglee, Safranek alebo Schafranek, Kohut, Kubu. Ing Tibor Bruckmayer, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MALATINSZKI - Bruckmayer, Henn, Fikar, Ostermayer, Malatinszki alebo Malatinsky, Wallner, gróf Mirowszki alebo Mirowszky Poľsko-Krakov, Anglee, Safranek alebo Schafranek, Kohut, Kubu. Ing Tibor Bruckmayer, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MALEK -- Hľadám údaje o členoch svojej rodiny, ktorí zahynuli počas druhej svetovej vojny. Narodila som sa v roku 1922 v Košiciach, môj otec sa volal Herman Heiserik, matka Fanny, rod. Malek. Mala som 3 bratov a 4 sestry. Všetci sa narodili v Košiciach. Eszter Porat, DN Asherat 25208, Kibuc Kfar Masaryk, 25298 Israel (2005-09-16)
MALENOVSKÝ - Antonín Malinovský, Hlavatého 15/154, 149 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic
MALGOT (Predmier) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MALINIAK - Milan Huba, e-mail (2001-12-10)
MALINOVSKÝ - Antonín Malinovský, Hlavatého 15/154, 149 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic
MALINOVSKÝ - Vo vami vytvorených zoznamoch som našiel kontakty spomedzi možných spoločných predkov na Malenovských/ Malinovských (prekvapilo ma a potešilo, že sú vedení v jednom, zaujíma sa o nich jeden pán z Prahy), Balúcha (v USA) a možného Kanaka (tiež v USA, ja viem o pradedovi Kanyakovi/Kaňákovi). Zaujímajú ma ešte Burešovci (na Slovensko prišli z okolia Jihlavy) a Staněkovci (z okolia Hradca Králové). Po jednej skupine predkov som zdedil príbory a taniere s korunkami ide o Kusalikovcov a Formánkovcov z okolia a mesta Skalice. Do piatej generácie som sa dopracoval len v prípade s nimi spríbuznených Puškarevičovcov vraj s chorvátskym pôvodom. Mokrý háj, dedinka medzi Skalicou a Radošovcami (tu sa narodila moja stará mama Kusaliková), je chorvátska dedina. Stano Malinovský, e-mail (2001-08-22)
MALÍŠEK (Kláštor pod Znievom) - Zaujímam sa o rody Jánošík z oblasti Bánoviec nad Bebravou a Malíšek z Kláštora pod Znievom. Ing. Peter Jánošík, Fatranská 13, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2005-03-03)
MALOBICKÝ  Zaujímam sa o rody Smetanay a Malobický. Skúmam pôvod a vztahy oboch rodov z Dolného Kubína. Zistil som uz, ze rod Smetana pochádza z Trencianskej stolice a na Orave sa usadil roku 1830 Ján Smetana. Pavel Smetanay, Uhlstr. 50, D-50321 Brühl, Tel. : 0049221418745, e-mail (2009-04-05)
MAMRAK - My name is Michelle Mamrak and I've been working on my family tree. My great grandparents were Andrew Mamrak, Alphonse Petrus and Pauline Jurick. e-mail (2010-04-30)
MAMRAK (Helcmanovce) - My name is Cathy Rogale Rudzinski. My mother is looking for information about her family on her Mother's side in Helcmonoce, Czheckoslovakia (excise the spelling). Her Mother's maiden name was Mamrak (married name was Yasenchak). My Grandparents came to the USA around different times: Grandma came around 1920, and Grandpa was here around 9 years prior. My Mom is now 82 and would like to know before her time runs out. Cathy Rudzinski, e-mail (2003-09-18)
MAMRILA (Lipník) - Na tejto stránke sú zverejnené genealógie Mamrilovcov/Mamrillovcov a Görgeyovcov/Gergelyiovcov z Lipníka: www (2015-06-23)
MAMRILLA (Lipník) - Na tejto stránke sú zverejnené genealógie Mamrilovcov/Mamrillovcov a Görgeyovcov/Gergelyiovcov z Lipníka: www (2015-06-23)
MANČÍK (Plevník) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail
MANDL (Krupina) - I am looking for any family members or any information on my grandfather's family. His name was Ľudovít Maindl born August 24, 1899 or 1900 in Krupina (may be under another name as an illegitimate child). He left Slovakia around 1925 for France. His parents' names were Ľudovít Mandl (born in 1866 in Krupina) and Anna Machovičová. His grandparents were Štefan Mandl or Meindel, a master tailor, and Anna Škrlecová. His grand-grandparents were Jakub Mandl and Anna Ertl from Banská Štiavnica. I am also looking for the children of Julianna Maindl married first with Jan Valach and second with Rudolf Schwarz in 1921. Catherine Maindl, 31, Voie Romaine, 21700 Argilly, France, Tel.: 06 64 09 53 98, e-mail (2008-02-14)
MANDORF - Zdravím heraldiky a genealogy na Slovensku. V matrikách jsem padl na osobu, která by Vás mohla zajímat: Dne 16. 8. 1845 se v Horšovském Týně, městě č.p. 44 konala svatba: ženich: Eduard Boroš von Rakoš, k.k.Leitnant v záloze "Gerichtstafelbeisitzer Eisenburger Commitats in Ungarn", syn Stephana Boros de Rakos, držitele statku z Tana v Uhrách a jeho manželky Susany rozené Békáhsy z Uher, 29 let, svobodný nevěsta: Mathilda svobodná paní von Hildprandt, manželská dcera Josefa svob. pána von Hildprandt und Ottenhausen, k.k. komorníka a rittmeistra na pensi v Horšovském Týně a jeho manželky Johanny rozené svob. paní Mandorf, manželské dcery pana Vincenze svob.pána von Mandorf, k.k. krajského hejtmana z Lublinu v Polsku a jeho manželky Karoliny rozené svob.paní Wanschurové von Rzehnitz, 22 let svobodná. Pramen: SOA Plzen, Matrika Horšovský Týn č. 45, folio 6. Antonín Kondrys, e-mail (2003-02-11)
MANICA - Zaujíma ma rod Manica, lokality, z ktorých pochádzajú. Zaujíma ma pôvod mena. Dr. Miloslav Manica, Nám. Matice slovenskej 29/12, 965 01 Žiar nad Hronom, Tel.: 0905 437 814, e-mail (2008-05-21)
MANKOVICH - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky, Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04) 
MANN - My ancestors came from Presburg, Bratislava at the end of the 18th century. Salomon Levij Leidersdorff (Lijdesdorff, Leydesdorff) was first mentioned in the Netherlands in 1798. His parents were Levy Leidersdorff, married to Marijke Abrahams. Salomon Levij Leidersdorff died in the Netherlands 14-08-1843 at the age of 82 born in Ongarin. Furthermore we search for Leopold Fried from Presburg, married to Katharina Bettelheim. They had a daughter Julie Fried, born 21-09-1848 in Wien. Julie was married to Jonasz Mann. Mieke Gerretsen, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MARCEK - My name is Zeljko Marcek. I was born in Zemun, Serbia at 1969. Would like to find out if there are any of our relatives in Slovakia. In former Yugoslavia, today Serbia only, there is big Slovak community. My father, Samuel Marcek was born in village called Stara Pazova 45 km from Belgrade. His father Mihal Marcek was born in 1919 at the same place. My grandmother name was Katka, maid name Kryzhan. Right now there are only three families back there with Marcek family name. All together 12 people. Zeljko Marcek, e-mail (2006-01-23)
MARCEK - I am searching for my Great Grandparents  Matej and Susanna Marcek (Marchek)...They lived in a village named Jahodniky  (which I found out was absorbed by the City of Martin). They might have passed away after 1881. Loretta Natter, e-mail (2003-02-05)
MARCIN - Gabriela Kozáková, Hollého 11, 080 01 Prešov
MARCIN - My Grandmothers family came to the USA in the early 1900's. They settled in the Pittsburgh area of Duquense, along with many other immigrants. I have heard that their real name was Dupal? I am interested in communicating with anyone with ancestors of the same background, who may have settled in the same area. Karen Miller, e-mail (2002-06-25)
MARCINCAK (Pavlovce) - I am trying to locate information on my Great Grandfather, Paul Marcincak, born in Pavlovce, Slovakia in 1836. The only other information I have is that he died in 1919, and his son John (born in 1809 in Pavlovce) married Elizabeth Latzy and produced 5 children, including my father, Joseph Tumulty Marcincak. Susan (Marcincak) Matsumoto, e-mail (2009-03-20)
MARCINCÁK (Pavlovce) - I am trying to locate information on my Great Grandfather, Paul Marcincak, born in Pavlovce, Slovakia in 1836. The only other information I have is that he died in 1919, and his son John (born in 1809 in Pavlovce) married Elizabeth Latzy and produced 5 children, including my father, Joseph Tumulty Marcincak. Susan (Marcincak) Matsumoto, e-mail (2009-03-20)
MARCINČÁK - I have been trying to research a very close friend of mines family heritage. Terry Martin has been my closet friend since 1961 and is the son of Michael and Edith Martin. Michael Martin was born October 22, 1913 in Homestead, Pennsylvania. He was the youngest of 10 or 11 children, (he is 92 and honestly does not remember). His parents were John and Elizabeth Martin and they migrated to Pennsylvania from Slovakia. John changed his name from Marcincak to Martin when he went to work at the steel mills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I understand that he was supposed to have come to America in the 1890’s, however I have had trouble confirming his entrance through Ellis Island. I have confirmed that two of his brother’s, Michael and Andrej Marcincak did come through Ellis Island. I am trying to find out about the Marcincak Family. Terry’s father remembers his older brothers, uncles and father talking about Bratislava. I believe from the Ellis Island records that they from a small town named Olevar. I do know that the family is Roman Catholic and that his Father and Grandfather both may have served in the military. Paul G. Ross, 28421 Avenida La Paz, Suite 4, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA, Phone: (760) 864-9022, (760) 864-9017, Fax: (760) 864-9018, e-mail (2006-08-21)
MARCINČIN - Ing. Mária Stankovičová, Adlerova 7, 040 22 Košice
MARCZOK - Pavel Báďonský, Záhonok 873/15, 960 01 Zvolen, e-mail (2002-01-14)
MARČEK - I am searching for my Great Grandparents  Matej and Susanna Marcek (Marchek)...They lived in a village named Jahodniky  (which I found out was absorbed by the City of Martin). They might have passed away after 1881. Loretta Natter, e-mail (2003-02-05)
MARČEK - My name is Zeljko Marcek. I was born in Zemun, Serbia at 1969. Would like to find out if there are any of our relatives in Slovakia. In former Yugoslavia, today Serbia only, there is big Slovak community. My father, Samuel Marcek was born in village called Stara Pazova 45 km from Belgrade. His father Mihal Marcek was born in 1919 at the same place. My grandmother name was Katka, maid name Kryzhan. Right now there are only three families back there with Marcek family name. All together 12 people. Zeljko Marcek, e-mail (2006-01-23)
MARČIN - I would like to take some time to visit the area from where my grandmother immigrated from. Her name is Anna Lesko (maiden). This name may have been shorted from a longer name. My grandfather who was born in the US was also Slovakian and his name was Joe Marchin. Marguerite Baier, Phoenix, AZ, USA, e-mail (2008-01-26)
MARČOK (Kysáč, Srbsko) - Paroškaj & Marčok Home page. Túto webovú stránku venujem svojim predkom a svojej rodine, ktorá tuto žije viacej od 250 rokov. Na tejto webovej stránke môžete vidieť najstaršie a najzaujímavejšie staré fotky, ktoré sa nachádzajú v mojom rodinom albume a ktoré týmto spôsobom chcem podeliť s vami. Miroslav Paroškaj, Rumenka, Srbsko, www, www, e-mail (2006-10-09)
MARČOK - Pavel Báďonský, Záhonok 873/15, 960 01 Zvolen, e-mail (2002-01-14)
MAREČEK - Miroslav Mareček, 023 51 Raková 309, Tel.: 00421-905 856 113, e-mail, www (2009-04-05)
MAREK - I am looking for information on Stefan Marek who immigrated to the USA in late 1800 and died in Prairie County, Hazen Arkansas, USA in early 1900. Paul Marek, e-mail (2009-10-08)
MARENČIN - RNDr. Albert Marenčin, Jelenia 6, 811 05 Bratislava
MARENČIN - Ing. Mária Stankovičová, Adlerova 7, 040 22 Košice
MARENDAZ (Levice) - One of my ancestors was born in Levice. His name was Laszlo Leyrer, born on Oct. 10, 1870 in Levice (then called Leva) and baptized at the Evangelical church there on Nov. 6, 1870. His parents were Karl Leyrer and Anna Marendaz. Les Gapay, 42536 Rancho Mirage Lane, #27, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270, Mobile: 760 413-3877, e-mail (2010-08-09)
MAREŠ - Jaroslav Mareš, S. Čecha 717, 286 01 Čáslav, Czech Republic
MARETTA - Zaoberám sa priezviskami Maretta, Mazaľán (Mazalan), Votruba a Pápež. Robert Maretta, Koreničova 7, 811 03 Bratislava 1, e-mail (2004-05-03)
MARFLAK - Trying to find out more information about the family name: Marflak.  My brother-in-law is: Robert Steven Marflak s/o Robert (no middle name) Marflak s/o Steve (don't know middle name) Marflak. Heather Dilly, e-mail (2002-10-24)
MARGA (Michalovce region) - I know that my Mom, Anna Sabo, was born in the area of Michalovce and left most of here relatives behind. Some of the names I have found in my Mom’s background – Kudro, Hospodar, Marga, Fulton, Kohute, Kolesor. The spelling may be incorrect but that is the way it is written on chart given to me recently. Vera Holman, e-mail (2000-06-26)
MARGO - My grandfather John Margo was born in Sobrance June 1883. A surname Legat may also be related. Sandra Margo,e-mail (1999-09-06)
MARGUS (Slažany) - Zaujímam sa o rody Pištek, Gorbašová (Zákopčie), Nyilaš (Trnva, Hlohovec, Cífer?) a Margus (Slažany). B. Pištek, e-mail (2007-09-05)
MARGUŠ - Zaujímam sa o pôvod mena a príbuzenské vzťahy Margušovcov. Anna Margušová, e-mail, e-mail (2006-12-16)
MARCHEK - I am searching for my Great Grandparents  Matej and Susanna Marcek (Marchek)...They lived in a village named Jahodniky  (which I found out was absorbed by the City of Martin). They might have passed away after 1881. Loretta Natter, e-mail (2003-02-05)
MARCHIN - I would like to take some time to visit the area from where my grandmother immigrated from. Her name is Anna Lesko (maiden). This name may have been shorted from a longer name. My grandfather who was born in the US was also Slovakian and his name was Joe Marchin. Marguerite Baier, Phoenix, AZ, USA, e-mail (2008-01-26)
MARINČÁK -  Milan Marinčák, Pivovarská 24, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2003-02-04)
MARJANCIK - I hear from my father that I am Slovak. I would like to track my family name and soon visit. Mark Marjancik, Houston, Texas, USA, e-mail, 281-920-9965 (2002-11-08)
MARKL - Vladimír Markl, Klášterní 616, 735 11 Orlová-město, Czech Republic
MARKO - Prof. Dr. Ján Marko, Fruškogorska 19, Novi Sad, Jugoslavia
MARKOTAN - Marlene Markotan, Morgantown, PA, USA, e-mail (1999-09-02)
MARKOVICS - Záujem: Buzássy, Markovič, Markovics. Peter Markovič, Bc., Na hlinách č.20, 917 01 Trnava, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MARKOVIČ - Záujem: Buzássy, Markovič, Markovics. Peter Markovič, Bc., Na hlinách č.20, 917 01 Trnava, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MARKOVIČ - Zaujímajú ma rody Bajzík, Markovič, Herda, Lindtner, Rus, Kutalik. Mgr. art. Roman Bajzík, Lachova 15, 851 03 Bratislava, Tel.: 0904 690 547, e-mail (2006-03-24)
MARKUSZOWSKI - Zaujíma ma evanjelická vetva Markušovských (Markuszowski) pôvodom z Poľska, ktorej predkovia sa prisťahovali do Štrby pod Tatrami. Milan Markušovský, Janka Kráľa 21, 036 01 Martin, 0903 837 276, 043-422 47 21 (2008-11-14)
MARKUŠOVSKÝ - Zaujíma ma evanjelická vetva Markušovských (Markuszowski) pôvodom z Poľska, ktorej predkovia sa prisťahovali do Štrby pod Tatrami. Milan Markušovský, Janka Kráľa 21, 036 01 Martin, 0903 837 276, 043-422 47 21 (2008-11-14)
MAROSI - Zaujímam sa o svoj rod Příkopových pochádzajúcich z Čiech, z obce Bouzov a toho kraja. Zaoberám sa aj inými rodmi ako sú Kováčik, Marosi, Molnár, Dacuk. František Příkopa, SNP 1447/48-4, 017 01 Považská Bystrica, Tel.: 0904 615 600, e-mail, www (2009-05-05)
MAROŠ - Michalovič, Maroš, Jursa..Ing. Petr Michalovič,  Plickova 3, 831 06 Bratislava, e-mail (2003-05-16)
MARSCH - My Grandfather, John Bukva, was born in Spišská Sobota, Slovakia on May 17, 1879. I also believe that his first and second wife (sisters) also came from Slovakia. I believe that their family name was Marsch (Johanna and Julia). I would like to get more information on the families and find out if there are any more relatives there. John Rossmair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, e-mail (2007-10-04)
MARSCHALL (Ludrová) - Skúmam rod Marschall z Ludrovej, okr. Ružomberok. Peter Marschall, V. Žingora 44, 036 01 Martin (2006-11-13)
MARSTON - My name is Simon Marston. I was born in Prague, grew up in UK and now live in Australia. My father Mojzis Majerovic was born in Krive Ruthenia. Parents names were Leba and Kaja Majerovic. This is is as much as I know as my grandparents, like so many other people disappeared during WW2. Simon Marston (ne Majerovic). Birthday 10/12/1947 at Vinohrady c.p. 545, Prague 2. Address is 229, Pitt St, Eltham, Victoria, Australia 3095, e-mail (2008-01-17)
MARŠÁLEK (Predmier) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail
MARŠALÍK - Margaréta Mikulášová (rod. Maršalíková), Kozmonautická 9, 821 02 Bratislava, e-mail (2005-11-10)
MARŠALL - PhDr. Katrin Mičatek, Fasanenstr. 150/8. Stock, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
MARŠALL - Anna Samáková, Pod Sokolicami 20, 911 01Trenčín
MARŠOVSKÝ (Maršová, Jablonové) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail
MARTIN (Pittsburg, USA) - I have been trying to research a very close friend of mines family heritage. Terry Martin has been my closet friend since 1961 and is the son of Michael and Edith Martin. Michael Martin was born October 22, 1913 in Homestead, Pennsylvania. He was the youngest of 10 or 11 children, (he is 92 and honestly does not remember). His parents were John and Elizabeth Martin and they migrated to Pennsylvania from Slovakia. John changed his name from Marcincak to Martin when he went to work at the steel mills in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I understand that he was supposed to have come to America in the 1890’s, however I have had trouble confirming his entrance through Ellis Island. I have confirmed that two of his brother’s, Michael and Andrej Marcincak did come through Ellis Island. I am trying to find out about the Marcincak Family. Terry’s father remembers his older brothers, uncles and father talking about Bratislava. I believe from the Ellis Island records that they from a small town named Olevar. I do know that the family is Roman Catholic and that his Father and Grandfather both may have served in the military. Paul G. Ross, 28421 Avenida La Paz, Suite 4, Cathedral City, CA 92234, USA, Phone: (760) 864-9022, (760) 864-9017, Fax: (760) 864-9018, e-mail (2006-08-21)
MARTINCA - Zaujímajú ma rody Hont-Poznan, Dóczy z Veľkej Lúče, Forgáč, Macák (zo Svätého Kríža a Lutily), Blaško-Blaskay (zo Svätého Kríža), Vanka, Martinca z okolia Žiaru nad Hronom a ďalšie. Bc. Stanislav Macák, DiS.art., Beňadická 14, 851 06 Bratislava, e-mail (2011-11-01)
MARTINČEK - Ivana Hofbauerová, Študentská 24, 960 01 Zvolen
MARTINČEK - Ing. František Šťastný, Prostejovská 4, 080 01 Prešov, e-mail (2001-03-01)
MARTINČEK (Záskalie) - Both of my parents were born in Dolny Kubin, Orava County; my father was from a small village named Zaskalie while my mother was from a small villlage name Velky Bysterec. My father's name was Jan Bartos (born Nov 1898), son of Jan Bartos and Zuzana Martincek) Bartos. Zuzana Plichta (born 1905) was my mother's maiden name; she was the daughter of Jan Plichta and Maria (Vankus) Plichta. The families were both Lutherans (Evangelical) and my parents came to the US in the early 1920s. My father served in the Austro-Hungarian army (infantry, I believe). I have visited Dolny Kubin and my cousin MUDr. Jan Ranostaj told me the "town historian" believes our Bartos ancestors came to Dolny Kubin, most likely from Croatia. John E. Bartos, Colorado Springs, USA, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MARTINČEK - I would like to find my forefathers. My mother’s mother Mrs. Martincek was born in 1860. Gus Bago, Canadae-mail (2003-04-30)
MARTINEC (Nová Paka) - Ida Pikulíková, Hviezdoslavova 45, 036 01 Martin
MARTINI - My name is Elizabeth Webb. My mother was born in Vrutky in the year of 1938. At the time her last name was Martini. I would like to know more about her genealogy. Elizabeth Webb, e-mail (2010-01-11)
MARTINIČ (Skalica) - Prosím o informácie o menách Kothaj (Jasová), Čársky (Gbely), Kos, Martinčič (Skalica) pre potreby rodokmeňa. Dr. Peter Kothaj, Horná 87, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, e-mail (2003-10-20)
MARTINKA (Zbyňov) - I am researching Martinka and Súkeník (Sucenik) from Zbyňov, Slovakia, Rosecký and Pleva from Velká Losenice, Moravia and Hora from Bohemia. John Martinka, e-mail (2002-04-18)
MARTINKOVIČ - Ing. Štefan Hrašna, Hlboká 12, 917 00 Trnava, e-mail (2001-01-21)
MARTINKOVICHMy grandparents emigrated from Bratislava in 1902 under the surname Martinkovich. I have the immigration card from Ellis Island for one person. My ancestrry ends with the knowledge of my grandparents. I would like to find out their ancestry or life before immigration and/or whether descendents still live in Slovakia. Frank Martin, e-mail (2014-07-17)
MARTINOVSKÝ (Liptovská Lúžna) - My name is Suzanne Martinsky. I am beginning to research my family surname which was originally Martinovsky. In 1902, at Ellis Island, N.Y. our last name was americanized to the current spelling which is Martinsky. My paternal Grandfather was Martin (J) Martinsky who was born about 1875 in Luzna, Czechoslovakia. The County Seat then was known as Lipto, Osada. Sue Martinsky, 798 Firewood Ct., San Jose, CA 95220-2214, Res: 408-268-4587, Cell: 408-930-7730, e-mail, e-mail (2007-05-28)
MARTINSKY (Liptovská Lúžna) - My name is Suzanne Martinsky. I am beginning to research my family surname which was originally Martinovsky. In 1902, at Ellis Island, N.Y. our last name was americanized to the current spelling which is Martinsky. My paternal Grandfather was Martin (J) Martinsky who was born about 1875 in Luzna, Czechoslovakia. The County Seat then was known as Lipto, Osada. Sue Martinsky, 798 Firewood Ct., San Jose, CA 95220-2214, Res: 408-268-4587, Cell: 408-930-7730,  e-mail, e-mail (2007-05-28)
MARTINUSÍK (Terchová) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Obšivan, Jánošík, Masnica, Hanuljak, Komačka, Martinusík, Poživenec, Jankov, Hanzel (všetky z Terchovej), Noga (Horná Tížina), Staňo, Greguš, Košut (všetky z Riečnice), Janíček, Šimun, Trizujlak, Cabadaj, Sedláček, Franek, Šutovský, Miček (všetky z Gbelian), Mrázik, Valášek, Majerčík, Bolo, Pinka, Podmanický (všetky z Tepličky nad Váhom), Žídek (Belá), Rolko (Mojš). Radoslav Obšivan, Na močiar 918/19, 013 01 Teplička nad Váhom, e-mail (2014-02-10)
MARTIŠKA - Július Ligocký, gen. Svobodu 828/61, 958 01 Partizánske
MARTON - I have been trying to locate my paternal ancestors, who were of Slovak descent. My great-grandfahter's last name was originally spelled: Andreas Hrbac. He came to the USA approximately 1884, or 1881. He was married twice. His first wife and children died in a cholera epidemic. His second marriage was to Alzbeta Marton. Her father;s name was Michael Marton. Andreas came to the US first and sent for his wife Alzbeta and young son Andreas, who was 10 years' old at the time. Andreas II married Anna Sabol, who came to the USA on her 18th birthday from Slovakia, which was under the rule of Austria-Hungary at the time. Her parents were: George and Anna (Kochera) Sabol. The Hrbacs still have relatives in Slovkia; where they are is unknown. The Hrbac's religion is Lutheran. If anyone can provide me with any information in regard to the families of: Hrbac, Sabol, Marton, or Kochera, it would be greatly appreciated. The Hrbac's changed the spelling of their name from Hrbac, to Hrbac, then to Harbach. Help please; I would love to find relatives and information on where my father's family originated. Respectfully, June (Harbach) Adamchak, e-mail (2008-12-15)
MARTONČÍK (Košice-Kavečany) - Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA,  e-mail (2002-01-17)
MARTONSCIN (Košice-Kavečany) - Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA, www (2002-01-17)
MARTONSIK (Košice-Kavečany) - Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA, www (2002-01-17)
MARTONSIN (Košice-Kavečany) - Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA, www (2002-01-17)
MARTYAK - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky, Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04)
MARUSKA (Horné Hámre) - Je recherche l'histoire et de la famille qui vivrait encore en Slovaquie. Mon grand père s'appellait Maruska Ignace né le 6 juillet 1901 à Horné Hámre. Nadine Maruska-Boulier, e-mail (2011-01-07)
MÁRAI – A Budapesti MACSE tagja vagyok. Lenne egy nagyon nagy kérésem. Sajnos bizonyos anyakönyveket nem találok meg, pedig fontos lenne a leszármazást illetően. Keresem Jaross László (Komáromcsehi 1898.nov.11 ) Anyja neve: Mocsáry Irén házassági anyakönyvi kivonatát. Házassága 1917-ben lehetett. Neje hrabovai és kiskótessi Hrabovszky Anna Márai. Vagy a házasságban született Jaross László Andor 1917.07.23 anyakönyvi kivonatának másolatát. Hegedüs Eta, e-mail (2015-08-21)
MASÁR (Kalnica) - Ing. Miroslav Borcovan, 916 37 Kálnica (2002-02-04)
MASÁR (Selec) - Mám veľký záujem o rodokmeň Masárovcov. Dávnejšie som zistil, že žijú v obci Selec. Ing. Rudolf Masár, M. R. Štefánika 7/14, 972 23 Dolné Vestenice. +421-46-5498103 (2005-09-26; pozn. p. Ing. Masár zomrel, 2010-05-02)
MASARIK - Dominika Bruňáková, Okružná 102, 071 01 Michalovce
MASARIK (Čadca) - I am researching my maternal grandparents, Andrej and Catharina Gazurik/Gazurak. They were from Čadca and were married in Trnava in 1905 before coming to Tarentum, PA, US. Grandmother's maiden name was Masarik. The surname was changed to Gazarik upon arriving in the US. e-mail (2002-01-15)
MASAŘÍK - Dominika Bruňáková, Okružná 102, 071 01 Michalovce
MASARYK - Dominika Bruňáková, Okružná 102, 071 01 Michalovce
MASARYK - Ing. Vladimír Kupec, 985 22 Cinobaňa 65
MASARYK (Trenčín) - I am researching my maternal grandparents. Grandmother Magdalena Masaryk born 6/29/1897 in Trenčín. Came to the US at the age of 10. Left Bremen on November 18, 1907 along with her mother Anna (Ševčík) Masaryk, born about 1870, sister Mária 11, born April 17, 1896, and a 3 year old that noone here seems to recall. Her father was Stephen masaryk. I have no information on Him. My grandmother Ján Mojto changed to Moyto and then to Mayto in the US, born in Bohunice, Slovakia on October 27, 1890. Susan Knezevich, e-mail (2000-10-02)
MASNICA - Viem veľmi málo o svojich prarodičoch. Z otcovej strany: Záhumenský (pradedo z obce Makov, časť Trojačka, pôvod údajne zo Sliezka), z matkinej strany: Masnicová, Paprskářová (Paprksarova - niekde z Moravy, Kopřivnice?). e-mail (2004-05-26)
MASNICA (Terchová) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Obšivan, Jánošík, Masnica, Hanuljak, Komačka, Martinusík, Poživenec, Jankov, Hanzel (všetky z Terchovej), Noga (Horná Tížina), Staňo, Greguš, Košut (všetky z Riečnice), Janíček, Šimun, Trizujlak, Cabadaj, Sedláček, Franek, Šutovský, Miček (všetky z Gbelian), Mrázik, Valášek, Majerčík, Bolo, Pinka, Podmanický (všetky z Tepličky nad Váhom), Žídek (Belá), Rolko (Mojš). Radoslav Obšivan, Na močiar 918/19, 013 01 Teplička nad Váhom, e-mail (2014-02-10)
MASTIĽÁK - Lukáš Murajda, Ďumbierska 18, 974 11 Banská Bystrica 11 (2000-09-11)
MASTIŠ - I am tracing families Krcmery, Dubravec, Ockay, Jancek, Janotik, Mastis, Benkovic; localities: Liptovská Teplá, Liptovský Ondrej, Ružomberok, Partizánska Ľupča, Dolný Kubín, Bratislava. Richard K. Brunson, 1460 Norfield Rd., Suamico, WI 54173-8441, phone: (920)434-3149, e-mail (2006-05-24)
MAŠLEJ - Hospodár, Leheň, Gaľa, Galya, Mašlej, Mihálik, Potucký, regionálna história Zemplína. JUDr. Miroslav Hospodár, Mojmírova 10, 071 01 Michalovce, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MAŠKA -- Michal Maška, 919 53 Dechtice 403 (2005-09-05)
MATAŠ (východné Slovensko) - Hľadám predkov s menami Mataš, Jakubov, Varga. Oblasť východné Slovensko. Sylvie Kalnická, e-mail (2000-07-26)
MATEJČEK - Adriana Matejčeková, Jánošíkova 77, 036 01 Martin, e-mail
MATEJCIK (Breza) - My great grandmother was born in Breza in 1881, and my great grandfather was born in Vasiľov in 1881. Her name was Teresia Matejcik and his was Andrej Szomorcsik. Jacquelyn Sukie, e-mail (2004-02-25)
MÁTEL - Hľadám akékoľvek informácie o rodinách a osobách s priezviskom Jahnátek. Vyskytuje sa v týchto lokalitách a regiónoch: Komjatice, Černík, Vinodol, Jatov, Poľný Kesov, Česká republika, Francúzsko. Zaujímajú ma aj rodiny: Nemeš (Katarína Nemešová, *1873), Homola (Mária Homolová), Révay (Pavlína Révayová, * 20.1.1899 - 8.10.1869), Nosian (Emerenicia Nosianová), Šišmiš (František Šišmiš, Vinodol), Letko (Štefan Letko), Mátel. Július Jahnátek jr., Školská 28, 941 06 Komjatice, e-mail (2004-03-19)
MATELESKA - My father (deceased) and mother did not have much information about my grandparents or great-grandparents. Either my grandparents did not know or did not talk about their origins. As a child I was always told that we were Russian and have since determined that they may have been  from Slovakia.
The names I am interested in are Mateleska and Stefko. Michael Mateleska, Jr., e-mail  (2006-12-11) 
MATERKO (Plavec) - Searching families Sholtis, Molnar, Miterko or Materko, Chernitsky, Wojack. Have an old postcard from Plavec with a bridge on it and a family picture, not sure who is who. Just started research. My grandfater came over on the Kaiser Wilhelm out of Germany. Marilyn Sholtis-Wright, 346 West Saxet, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, Tel: 361-888-4797, e-mail (2003-09-10)
MATIAŠKO - Doc. Ing. Karol Matiaško, Ph. D., 1. Mája 11, 010 01 Žilina, e-mail  (1999-11-3)
MATIAŠOVSKÝ - František Žák Matysowszky, M. Bela 2, 920 01 Hlohovec
MATIS (Zuberec) – Thomas Klimek Ward, 131 West Jefferson Avenue, Naperville, Illinois 60540, USA, e-mail
MATOLYAK - I would like to know more on the name Matolyak and it's genealogy. e-mail (2007-03-07)
MATRAY - My ancestors arrived in the Zips area in 1202, we were miners and vintners. We left the area around 1514-1520. My ancestor Rutker von Matray founded the city of Eisdorf in 1209. He was an Ispan. Ekbert Andechs von Meran, brother of Gertrude, wife of King Andreas II, received from his brother in law King Andreas II, in 1205, a large chunk of the Zips territory around Gross-Lomnitz and Eisdorf. Ekbert then granted the land to the Zipser Abbot Adolf, whose sister was then married with the knight Rutker von Matray, who lived recently in the area in 1202, ancestor of the noble Hungarian houses of Berzeviczy and Tharczay. Mark Matray, e-mail (2009-12-08)
MATSCHEK (Sklené) - Die Fam. Matschek, die 1945 in oder um der Ortschaft Glaserhau lebten und wohnten.Ein Sohn der Fam.zählt zu meiner Verwandtschaft und möchte gerne mehr über seine Geburststätte erfahren. Dirk Götschel, 45133 Essen, Deutschland, e-mail (2003-01-20)
MATSKA (Hanušovce nad Topľou) - I have been looking for some time for My great grandfather. Andrej Lukac was born in Hanušovce nad Topľou. His birthdate was around 1864(?). His wife Mary Lukac (Matsko or Matska) I know little about. They arrived in the U.S in New York I believe. Not sure of the ship. I have been exploring for some 7 years. I will keep searching. He was a coal miner and died in Montana in 1900. Greg Lukac in Montana - Gregory J. Lucotch, 914 West Main Street, Lewistown, Montana 59457, USA, e-mail, www (2012-05-18)
MATSKO (Hanušovce nad Topľou) - I have been looking for some time for My great grandfather. Andrej Lukac was born in Hanušovce nad Topľou. His birthdate was around 1864(?). His wife Mary Lukac (Matsko or Matska) I know little about. They arrived in the U.S in New York I believe. Not sure of the ship. I have been exploring for some 7 years. I will keep searching. He was a coal miner and died in Montana in 1900. Greg Lukac in Montana - Gregory J. Lucotch, 914 West Main Street, Lewistown, Montana 59457, USA, e-mail, www (2012-05-18)
MATTA - Ing. Juraj Bubnáš, A. Kmeťa 27, 971 01 Prievidza (2001-06-22)
MATULA (Banská Štiavnica) - I am searching for my ancestors in Slovakia in the area of Banská Štiavnica. It is where I lost the traces of Andrej (Andreas) Matula born 1813. He married Anna Korenova (1814-1847) and then Zuzana Harmarova. His son was also Andrej (1844-?), married to Katarina Fekiacova. Grandson Anton (1871-1910), married to Anna Haskova. Great-grandson also Anton (1899-1984), married to Elena Forgacova. Endjin Janeczko, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MATULA - Zaujímam sa o tieto priezviská: Bertha, Borovský, Bukovinský, Császar, Divos, Dodok, Dvíhal, Glatz, Graca, Horecký, Košina, Kučera, Kupert, Láclavík, Líška, Macho, Matula, Matušík, Méry, Mikula, Nagy, Pacher, Pilan, Radovič, Rátz, Ripka, Schiesek, Schwarz, Szabó, Tholl, Toperzel, Tóth, Tríbes, Václavík a Valachy. Vojtech Méry, Gaštanová 6, 010 07Žilina, e-mail (2003-05-28)
MATUSCAK - I am researching the family of Anna Dziak Michal, my grandmother. She was born in Veľký Ruskov, raised in Dargov, her parents were Andrew Dziak and Anna Lyzesicin Dziak Pristas. My granfather Andrew Michal was born 6/6/1897 to Josef Michal and Anna Honcak Michal Kezak in Jedlova, Saris County. My relatives are the families: Zahorsky, Bajus, Matuscak, Zelenak, Pristas, Dziak, Lyzesicin, Michal/Mihal, and Honcak. Ericka Michal: e-mail (1999-09-14)
MATUSEK (Bytča area) -  I am doing genealogical research on my son-in-law's family.  His family came from around the Bytca, Slovakia area in the 1800's.  Their surnames were Vanicek, Valuch, and Matusek.  Janet Farlee, e-mail (2003-05-06)
MATUSKA (Dolný Kubín-Mokraď) - My grandfather, Steve Matuska, immigrated to the US in 1919 from Mokrad. He has long since passed away and my father, also named Steve, died in 1977 - so, any knowledge about my grandfather is gone. My great grandfather was Josef. Teresa S Matuska, e-mail (2010-05-03)
MATÚŠEK ŠKREČO (Hrabové) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MATUŠÍK - Zaujímam sa o tieto priezviská: Bertha, Borovský, Bukovinský, Császar, Divos, Dodok, Dvíhal, Glatz, Graca, Horecký, Košina, Kučera, Kupert, Láclavík, Líška, Macho, Matula, Matušík, Méry, Mikula, Nagy, Pacher, Pilan, Radovič, Rátz, Ripka, Schiesek, Schwarz, Szabó, Tholl, Toperzel, Tóth, Tríbes, Václavík a Valachy. Vojtech Méry, Gaštanová 6, 010 07Žilina, e-mail (2003-05-28)
MATUŠÍK (Prievidza) - Hľadám predkov Josefa Sedláčka, nar. 18.2.1872 v Trnčí (r. k. fara Chudenice, ČR), otec Matěj Sedláček, krajčír v Trnčí, matka Anna, dcéra Jozefa Lentala, služobného v Tovarníkoch, a jeho manželky Anny, rod. Matušíkovej z Prievidze. Miloslav Turyna, ČR, e-mail, príloha 1 a 2
MATUŠKA (Dolný Kubín-Mokraď) - My grandfather, Steve Matuska, immigrated to the US in 1919 from Mokrad. He has long since passed away and my father, also named Steve, died in 1977 - so, any knowledge about my grandfather is gone. My great grandfather was Josef. Teresa S Matuska, e-mail (2010-05-03)
MATUŠKA
(Pilíscséve, Maďarsko) - Môj otec Štefan Bogár, nar. 25.3.1918, pochádzal z Pilíscséve, jeho matka Mária Klányi, nar. asi 1898, pochádzala z Kesztölca pri Pilíscséve. Moja matka Anna Matušková, nar. 1922, i jej matka (moja babka) rod. Fardová, pochádzali z Pilíscséve. Ružena Bachorcová, rod. Bogárová (nar. 11.3.1946), Čapáš 210/5, 943 42 Gbelce. (2001-10-04)
MATVAY (Stráňany) - My husband is a second generation American and a descendant of Slovaks who originated from the town of the former Folvark, now Straňany. I am looking for any genealogical information about his grandparents and their lineage. Lisa Carson-Matvay, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, e-mail (2010-07-28)
MATYASOVSZKY (Slovenská Ves) - Môj prastarý otec sa volal Baltazár Matyasovszky a naposledy žil v Slovenskej Vsi. Myslím, že jeho rodina pôvodne pochádzala niekde z Matiašoviec na Liptove. Údajne bol barón, alebo jeho predkovia. Zaujíma ma ich rodinná vetva. Sonya Opila, e-mail (2008-07-14)

MATYASOVSZKY - František Žák Matyasowszky, M. Bela 2, 920 01 Hlohovec
MATZKO (Ihľany-Majerka) - Researching Johann Matzko family history. He was Bergermeister in Majerka where the family lived in early 1900's. Daughter Marie Matzko was most likely married there to Jacob Stein from Bavaria, Germany. Sharon Bailey, USA, e-mail (2004-11-03)
MAŤAŠE - Milan Maťaše, Hurbanova 64, 911 01 Trenčín
MAŤAŠOVSKÝ - František Žák Matyasowszky, M. Bela 2, 920 01 Hlohovec
MAŤŤAŠOVSKÝ (Krompachy) - Zujímajú ma rody Húšťava, Srnoň - Liptovská Osada a Maťťašovsky - Krompachy. Ing. Viktor Húšťava, Dr. A. Škarvana 644, 033 01 Liptovský Hrádok, Tel.: 044/5222058 (2010-04-27)  
MAYERNIK (Zámutov) - I am researhing my MAJERNIK/now MAYERNIK ancestors. My family was from Zemplin. My Grandfather, Michael was born in Zamutov in 1890. His parents were Jozsef and Maria Koscs. Relatives were living in the area of Agyagospatak (Hlinne), Zamutov and surrounding area. Rick Mayernik, Montana, USA, e-mail (2003-01-31)
MAYTO (Bohunice) - I am researching my maternal grandparents. Grandmother Magdalena Masaryk born 6/29/1897 in Trenčín. Came to the US at the age of 10. Left Bremen on November 18, 1907 along with her mother Anna (Ševčík) Masaryk, born about 1870, sister Mária 11, born April 17, 1896, and a 3 year old that noone here seems to recall. Her father was Stephen masaryk. I have no information on Him. My grandmother Ján Mojto changed to Moyto and then to Mayto in the US, born in Bohunice, Slovakia on October 27, 1890. Susan Knezevich, e-mail (2000-10-02)
MAZAK - Kovacovic, Slavik, Mazak, Supek in the Bratislava and Nitra area. Viola Wilson, Tel.: 416 4062650, e-mail (2005-08-31)
MAZAĽÁN - Zaoberám sa priezviskami Maretta, Mazaľán (Mazalan), Votruba a Pápež. Robert Maretta, Koreničova 7, 811 03 Bratislava 1, e-mail (2004-05-03)
MAZAN - Michal Gľonda, H. Meličkovej 7, 841 05 Bratislava
MAZAN - Ing. Ivan Ocepek, Pražská 35, 811 04 Bratislava (2000-12-06)
MAZAN (Kameničany) - Ancestors of Anthony Cherney. www, e-mail (2001-06-11)
MAZAN - Skúmam rody Lehotský, Mazan, Murányi. Mgr. Helena Lehotská, Szinnyeiho 8, 945 24 Komárno (2005-10-24)
MÁRIÁSSY - Zaujímajú ma rody Máriássy (hlavne Spiš: Markušovce, Batizovce), Berzeviczy (Spiš: Veľká Lomnica, Šariš: Brezovica nad Torysou), Csáky (Spiš: Hodkovce, Bijacovce), Habsburgovci. Mgr. Mirka Lazniová, Školská 12, 053 21 Markušovce, e-mail (2014-01-29)
MÁŤAŠ
- Ľubomír Burian, e-mail (2004-03-01)
MEDLEN (Gbely) - I am looking for any information regarding my families from Gbely. Stasia (Smida) Medlen and Mary (Smida) Habanec daughters of Josef and Elizabeth (Alzbeta Musil). e-mail (2004-09-07)
MEDŇANSKÝ (Stará Turá) - My great-grandmother was Alžbeta Mednanska born 18.5.1856 Stará Turá and died 21.4.1927. Her father was Andrej Mednansky, rol'nik, and Katarina Kaplanova was her mother. Annie Neison, e-mail (2011-01-07)
MEDŇANSKÝ (Brunovce) - Jozef Hambalík, Lipová 65/23, 921 01 Piešťany (2009-04-28)
MEDŇANSKÝ - I am interested in finding out more about the Mednyanszky (Mednansky) family. I am trying to trace my family back to Slovakia. Marlene Mednansky, e-mail (2013-10-17)
MEDNYANSZKY - I am interested in finding out more about the Mednyanszky (Mednansky) family. I am trying to trace my family back to Slovakia. Marlene Mednansky, e-mail (2013-10-17)
MEDO - Snažím sa dopátrať pôvodu nášho priezviska a vytvoriť stránku Medovcov. Ozvite sa, Medovci. e-mail (2007-11-07)
MEDVECKÝ - Gabriela Karlovská, Jesenského 1, 902 01 Pezinok
MEDVECKÝ - Zaujímam sa o rod Medvecký z Medvedzia. Mgr. Kristína Majerová, Švabinského 6, 851 01 Bratislava 5, Tel.: 0902 169 886, e-mail (2006-01-25)
MEDVECKÝ - Mojím prastarým otcom bol JUDr. Ivan Turzo, verejný notár, inšp. miestnej ev. cirkvi, člen Správ. výboru Nár. banky,...  Mal za manželku Máriu, rod. Medveckú, neter Terézie Vansovej (dcéra jej brata Samuela). Mali 3 dcéry - Oľgu, vyd. Kubátovú, Martu, vyd. Országhovú a Máriu, ktorá zomrela v mladom veku - slobodná. Oľga mal 4 synov a musela sa v období Slov. štátu vysťahovať zo Slovenska, pretože sa vydala za Čecha. Marta mala 2 dcéry a 2 synov. PhDr. Danica Országhová, Š. Nahálku 10/65, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2008-10-15)
MEDVECKÝ - Rudolf Medvecký, Miškovecká 12, 040 11 Košice, e-mail (2000-06-12)
MEDVECKÝ - Stránka rodiny: www (2006-03-13)
MEDVECZKY - Stránka rodiny: www (2006-03-13)
MEDVED - My maternal grandmother Judita Klc came from Bratislava. She was born about 1887, mothers maiden name was Medved. Emigrated to USA at about 16 years of age. Carol Thompson, Insl-x Products Corporation, 50 Holt Drive, Stony Point, NY 10980, USA, Tel: (845) 786 - 5000, Fax: (845) 786 - 0125, e-mail, www (2005-08-01)
MEDZIHRADSKÝ - Po praslici pochádzam z rodu Medzihradskovcov, od ktorých mám erb z roku 1354 a 400 stranovú kroniku, po meči som Hižnay. Vysledoval som 5 línií Hižnayovcov na Slovensku, niekožko v Maďarsku a veľmi mnoho v USA. Ján Hižnay, e-mail (2001-03-21)
MEDZIHRADSKÝ - Mgr. Ján Hižnay, Ševčenkova 19, 851 01 Bratislava, e-mail (2001-03-30)
MEDZIHRADSKÝ - Zaujímajú ma rody Leitmann, Koment, Medzihradský. Ing. Peter Leitmann, M. R. Štefánika 17, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2004-01-28)
MEHALIK (Nižný Orlík) - I am researching information on the Kaminsky Family. Simon (Simko) Kaminsky (Kominsky, Kamenski, Klanicska; many surnames)  who lived in Stebnik, Saros County. His dob is 1871. His wife is Anna Mehalik Kaminsky Hrobak and lived in Nizny Orlik. Her dob is 1887 or 1888. They immigrated to US, I believe on the Bremen Ship. They settled in McAdoo, Pa. Gerry Winters, ginny stecker, e-mail (2005-03-14)
MÉHES - Skúmam rody Domokos, Méhes, Kajdacsy, Pénzes - Žitný ostrov: Bác, Vrakún, Kútniky, Dolný Bar.Mgr. Štefan Domonkos, Lipová 67/30, 921 01 Pieštany, Tel.: 0911 361 121, e-mail (2008-11-14)
MEHLFARBER - Mehlfarber/Mehlferber family. Melissa and Scott Williams, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MEHLFERBER - Mehlfarber/Mehlferber family. Melissa and Scott Williams, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MEIDIDANFER - Hladám rodinu Mindidorf (konkrétne rodinu Stefánie, rod. Schindler) nájdenú aj ako Meididanfr, Meididanfer, a rodinu Krutzler. Cast rodiny Mindidorf bývala okolo roku 1925 v Bratislave. Ing. Ondrej Trnovský,
e-mail (2007-05-09)
MEINDEL (Krupina) - I am looking for any family members or any information on my grandfather's family. His name was Ľudovít Maindl born August 24, 1899 or 1900 in Krupina (may be under another name as an illegitimate child). He left Slovakia around 1925 for France. His parents' names were Ľudovít Mandl (born in 1866 in Krupina) and Anna Machovičová. His grandparents were Štefan Mandl or Meindel, a master tailor, and Anna Škrlecová. His grand-grandparents were Jakub Mandl and Anna Ertl from Banská Štiavnica. I am also looking for the children of Julianna Maindl married first with Jan Valach and second with Rudolf Schwarz in 1921. Catherine Maindl, 31, Voie Romaine, 21700 Argilly, France, Tel.: 06 64 09 53 98,
e-mail (2008-02-14)
MEISELS (Bardejov) - I am interested in finding my family roots from the city of Badejov. The names are Korn, Meisels and Rosenwasser. Apparently they were the founders of the Jewish community there in the early 1800s. Silas Lieberman, e-mail (2006-01-23)
MELCER - Ing. Martin Úradníček, Tatranská 44, 974 11 Banská Bystrica, 048/4154885, 0905 800 584, e-mail, www (2002-01-21)
MELCSICZKY - Hunyady, Burg, Mikovinyi, Kardoss, Melcsiczky. László Hunyady, Pajzs u. 1, 1022 Budapest, Magyarország, e-mail (2005-10-24)
MELCZICKÝ - Zaujímam sa o priezvisko Bihari - dostal som sa najďalej k svojmu prapradedovi Samuelovi nar. 1835, vlastne aj k jeho otcovi, ale neviem jeho meno- ako aj o priezviská Melczický, Sopko, Tóth, Thurský. Ing. Ladislav Bihari, e-mail (2005-05-10)
MELICHERÍK (Horná Mariková) – Do archívu v Považskej Bystrici a neskôr aj mne napísala e-mail z Ruska p. Dáša Golubinskaja. Pri pátraní po predkoch zistila, že má pradeda Gašpara Melicheríka – zachoval sa dokument o sobáši v Rusku po 1. svetovej vojne. V obci Horná Mariková už nikto s priezviskom Melicherík nemá trvalé bydlisko. V Dolnej Marikovej Melicheríkovci bývajú. Pýtal som sa všetkých Melicheríkovcov, ktorých poznám. Ale nikto nevie, že by niekto z ich rodiny menom Gašpar bol vyhlásený za mŕtveho alebo nezvestného. V rôznych dokumentoch sme našli Gašpara Melicheríka z Hornej Marikovej ako padlého, resp. vyhláseného za mŕtveho vo vojne. Jeho osobné dáta máme. Hľadáme príbuzných alebo potomkov Gašpara Melicheríka. Miroslav Šmalo, Považská Bystrica, e-mail (2013-09-26), prílohy: pril.1, pril.2
MELIŠ
- Štefan Meliš, Krížna 337/4-3, 017 01 Považská Bystrica
MELIŠ - Jozef Meliš, 966 03 Sklené Teplice 228, e-mail, www
MELUS (Solčany) - My name is Heinrich Melus and I’m born in Austria. I’m 66 years old and look for possible relatives in the Solčany – Krnča area. It seems that I’m the last male Melus in Austria. I’m born in Austria and work for many years in Moscow and live also there. I come 3-4 times a year to Vienna, which I could use to go to Topoľcany country. I know very little about my roots, but… My father Michael MELUS was born 3.3.1896 in Solčany and died 1970 in Vienna. His parents: Jozef Melus born 1870 and his wife Maria Nikodem (Melus) born 1872 (?). Jozef Melus was the last child (12th) and the only boy in his family. My grandfather worked for the Odescalchi family as a hunter(?). He had serious trouble with one young Odescalchi in 1898. After a fight he took his wife and children and escaped to Vienna, where he lived till his dead, Februar 1943. I was a year ago in Solčany and Krnča, but know nobody there. I saw graves of Melus and Nikodem on both cemeteries. I look for relatives from my grandfathers/mother or from their parents, if existing. If German language is easier, I can write in the future. Heinrich Melus, e-mail (2009-04-28)
MELUŠ (Solčany) - My name is Heinrich Melus and I’m born in Austria. I’m 66 years old and look for possible relatives in the Solčany – Krnča area. It seems that I’m the last male Melus in Austria. I’m born in Austria and work for many years in Moscow and live also there. I come 3-4 times a year to Vienna, which I could use to go to Topoľcany country. I know very little about my roots, but… My father Michael MELUS was born 3.3.1896 in Solčany and died 1970 in Vienna. His parents: Jozef Melus born 1870 and his wife Maria Nikodem (Melus) born 1872 (?). Jozef Melus was the last child (12th) and the only boy in his family. My grandfather worked for the Odescalchi family as a hunter(?). He had serious trouble with one young Odescalchi in 1898. After a fight he took his wife and children and escaped to Vienna, where he lived till his dead, Februar 1943. I was a year ago in Solčany and Krnča, but know nobody there. I saw graves of Melus and Nikodem on both cemeteries. I look for relatives from my grandfathers/mother or from their parents, if existing. If German language is easier, I can write in the future. Heinrich Melus, e-mail (2009-04-28)
MELUŠ - Doc. JUDr. Jozef Králik, CSc., Legionárska 1/A, 831 04 Bratislava (2001-02-02)
MEMNIAR - I´m looking for informations about family´s grand-mother. Surnames: Reinitz-Rajnitz, Horacek or Horacsek, Strba, Hajicek or Hajicsek, Krajicek or Hajicsek. My grand-mother Julia(nna) Horacsekova was born in 1911 (°24/11/1911 BRATISLAVA, Staré Mesto). She came in France with her mother and her half sisters and half brother about 1932. She married with Blanquet Kléber (x 1932 in France). She lived in La Croix-Saint-Ouen (Oise, France), then Compigne (Oise, France) and others places in Oise (a department near Paris in France). Her brother was Jozef Horacek (°1913 Bratislava, + 1915 Hradna-Bratislava). Her mother was Maria Strbova (Strba), also called Pauline Memniar (I don't know why, perhaps a mistake in French civil register) (° 28/12/1893 Bratislava, + France). Maria Strbova (Strba) married Stefan Horacek (or Stephanus Joannes Horacsek) in Bratislava (°20/06/1888 Bratislava, +29/04/1944 Bratislava). He lived in Vahy-Bratislava. After some years they divorced. Maria remaried with Pflandzer Edouard. Maria's parents are: Strba Paul (Pavol) and Reinitz (or Rajnitz) Julianna. Stefan's parents are: Horacek Jan (Jean) and Hajicekova or Krajicekova Maria. They are from Veľké Leváre. I don't know if Stefan remarried. If he remarried, perhaps he had others childrens. Also he should have brothers or sisters. So, I'm searching informations about these persons, and about their family. I would like to found cousins in Slovakia, in Europe, or Canada or USA, or others parts of the world. Personally, I'm French and I live in France. I know only few Slovak or Czech words, and my English isn't perfect. Sorry for readers. You can contact me by mail to: e-mail or to adress postal: Family Seigle, 12 route d'Uzan, maison Boupat, 64410 Larreule, France, Europe. Claire Seigle-Blanquet, résidence Armagnac 162, avenue Jean Mermoz, 64000 Pau, France, e-mail (2006-03-28)
MENICH - Lorraine Menich, 10401 W. Snead Dr., Sun City, AZ 85351-4127, USA, e-mail (1999-10-01)
MENSATORIS (Banská Bystrica) - Skúmam rody Voskár /Riečka, o. B. Bystrica/, Petran, Petráň, Mensatoris /B. Bystrica/. Mgr. Miloslav Voskár, Stredná 25, 974 05 Banská Bystrica, +421-949-020125, e-mail, www (2008-01-09)
MERAY - Ing. Vladimír Mrva, Železničiarska 97/1, 924 01 Galanta (2000-06-05)
MERTUŠ (Gočovo) - Vyhľadávame Mertušovcov. S tými, čo sú v USA, sme príbuzní, ale máme aj európskych príbuzných (jeden Belgičan žijúci vo Francúzku). Pomocou lodných lístkov a tiež cenzusov z USA sme dokázali poskladať materiál o našich predkoch a príbuzných z Gočova, tj. o starom otcovi a jeho súrodencoch a ich rodinách (i tých v USA). Podľa Illu Bálinta - Gömör megye - prví Mertušovci sú evidovaní v Gočove v roku 1667. Juraj Mertuš, Dunajská Lužná, e-mail (2010-05-31)
MERVA - Ing. Vladimír Mrva, Železničiarska 97/1, 924 01 Galanta (2000-06-05)
MESARIS - I am interested in hearing from others who are familiar with and may have information regarding the names Kolman or Kalman or Kalma as well as Mesaris or Mesaros.  My grandparents came to the United States sometime between 1897-1913, and settled in Pennsylvania.  Paternal grandparents returned sometime after 1913 and did not return. Father John (Jan) returned around 1930 with brother George. Michael Kolman, e-mail (2001-09-13)
MESAROS - I am interested in hearing from others who are familiar with and may have information regarding the names Kolman or Kalman or Kalma as well as Mesaris or Mesaros.  My grandparents came to the United States sometime between 1897-1913, and settled in Pennsylvania.  Paternal grandparents returned sometime after 1913 and did not return. Father John (Jan) returned around 1930 with brother George. Michael Kolman, e-mail (2001-09-13)
MESÁROŠ - Paternal grandparents: Kammer, Kalanin, Mesaros, Dzurko. Maternal grandparents: Simun, Baranek, Boledovich, Bunton, cousin: Yenchar. My grandmother was born 11-21-1892 in Kamienka, I believe. Kathi Higgison. e-mail (2000-10-31)
MESÁROŠ - Skúmam rody Šrank, Mesároš, Fintor, Balla (Veľký Lapáš, Nitra), Horváth, Ryba, Proks (Siladice). Mgr. Alexander Horváth, Novozámocká 73, 960 01 Zvolen, tel. č. 0915 817 693, 0911 817 693, e-mail (2010-01-11)
MESIARCZYK - I am trying to locate the origin of a surname that I am researching.  I was wondering if the name Masiarczyk might be Slovak?  I have found very similiar surnames from Trencin and several other areas. Dawn Wood, USA, e-mail (2003-02-10)
MESKO (Orava) - Skúmam rody Mesko de Felsö Kubín, Orava, Viest - Gemer, Bratislava, Jonos von Jiserfelu - Kutná Hora. Dušan Viest, Thurzova 1, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2005-10-24)
MEŠKO - Moja prastará matka Paulína Mešková bola rod. Vladárová (1896-1965). Narodila sa vo Dvorci. Jej rodičmi boli Karol Vladár Adameje (1855-1934) z Veľkého Čepčína a Anna Vladárová, rod Končeková (1859-1919) z Dvorca. Zaujímam sa o všetky tieto rody - Vladárovcov, Končekovcov aj Meškovcov. Ján Meško, 038 45 Malý Čepčín 51 (2009-11-09)
MEŠKO (Lučatín, Poniky) - My grandparents were Rudolf Oleriny and Ludmila Krajci Oleriny who lived in Bratislava. I believe they were married there November 20, 1920. Rudolf Oleriny, born: April 12, 1896 in Poniky, Lucatin (or Banska Bystrica), died: January 4, 1990 in Bratislava. Father of Rudolf: Jan Oleriny, born: February 7, 1869 in Poniky or Lucatin. Mother of Rudolf: Suzana (Zuzana) Mesko (Meskova), born: March 11, 1873 in Poniky. Ludmila Krajci - born: March 8, 1900 in Lucatin (or Poniky), died: July 5, 1983 (or May 7, 1983) in Bratislava. Father of Ludmila: Jan Krajci, born: April 13, 1863 in Lucatin (or Poniky). Mother of Ludmila: Cecilia Konder (Konderova), born: March 13, 1868 in Lucatin (or Poniky). The months and actual days may be off, but I believe the years are correct. I am also interested in the origin of the surname Oleriny; it is believed to have come from Italy or Greece, but no one knows for sure. Other spellings are Ollerini and Olleriny. Ana Oleriny, USA, e-mail (2004.04-01)
MEŠKO - RNDr. Peter Andráš, CSc., Radvanská 29, 974 01 Banská Bystrica
METRO - I am trying to trace my ancestors. According to the US census records of 1900 and 1910 the family was living in Ridgway, Pennsylvania with the changed surname Metro, George Gmitro arrived in the US in 1895, 34 years old, and his wife Anna in 1897, 32. They came from Hungary and were married in 1888. Grandfather Gmitro or Metro was not able to write, his wife Anna Keiss Gmitro or Metro was born in July, 1863 and was able to read and write. Rhey have these children: Anna, b. September 1889, Joseph, b. March 1892, John b. 30 May, 1893, according to his statement in Budapest. The family were Romam Catholics. My mother, Mary, was born in the US. She recorded of her father came from Spisska Stolica. She told me that her parents may have lived and worked in Bratislava, John S. Zamierowski, 7 Susan Court, Hyde Park, New York 12538, USA (2002-10-27)
MÉHES - Skúmam rody Domokos, Méhes, Kajdacsy, Pénzes - Žitný ostrov: Bác, Vrakún, Kútniky, Dolný Bar.Mgr. Štefan Domonkos, Lipová 67/30, 921 01 Pieštany, Tel.: 0911 361 121, e-mail (2008-11-14)
MÉHES
- Zaujímajú ma rody: Németh, Csörgey, Bartal, Bacsák, Petőcz, Kisléghy, Földes, Nogell, Lelkes, Lukács, Kulcsár, Fekete, Cséfalvay, Puha, Végh, Méhes, Szüllő, Bittó. Ing. Tibor Németh, Oravská 14A, 903 01 Senec, e-mail, www (2014-02-10)
MÉRY - Zaujímam sa o tieto priezviská: Bertha, Borovský, Bukovinský, Császar, Divos, Dodok, Dvíhal, Glatz, Graca, Horecký, Košina, Kučera, Kupert, Láclavík, Líška, Macho, Matula, Matušík, Méry, Mikula, Nagy, Pacher, Pilan, Radovič, Rátz, Ripka, Schiesek, Schwarz, Szabó, Tholl, Toperzel, Tóth, Tríbes, Václavík a Valachy. Vojtech Méry, Gaštanová 6, 010 07Žilina, e-mail (2003-05-28)
MÉHES - Zaujímajú ma rody: Németh, Csörgey, Bartal, Bacsák, Petőcz, Kisléghy, Földes, Nogell, Lelkes, Lukács, Kulcsár, Fekete, Cséfalvay, Puha, Végh, Méhes, Szüllő, Bittó. Ing. Tibor Németh, Oravská 14A, 903 01 Senec, e-mail, www (2014-02-10)
MIADOK
(Cinobaňa) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MICAJ - I have started researching my husband's family from Czechoslovakia. We believe Stefan Micaj (born 1886) came to America in the early 1900's. He is listed on the Ellis Island manifests in 1920 alone and again in 1922 with his wife (Kristina) and daughters (Irene and Olga). His grandfather was also Stefan Micaj born in 1859 and his father was Martin Micaj....? date of birth. This is where the trail has ended so far. If anyone has any info, I'd love to hear from you. e-mail (2004-05-26)
MICECH (Konská, Kamenná Poruba) - Zaujímam sa o rody: 1. Mičech (Micsech, Micseh, Micech) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. 2. Pannech - Konská, Kamenná
Poruba. 3. Kavecký (Kaveczky) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. Mgr. art. Katarína Brejková, rod. Mičech, Štefánikova 29, 811 05 Bratislava, Tel.: 02/52493828, e-mail (2006-01-09) 
MICICA - Bizik, Drabik, Gjer, Szedliacek, Minarik, Micica: searching for information on any of these family names from area of Kotrčiná Lúčka and Horný Vadičov. Hoping to connect with relatives there. Grandparents came to US in 1909. Sue, e-mail (2003-03-26)
MICSEH (Konská, Kamenná Poruba) - Zaujímam sa o rody: 1. Mičech (Micsech, Micseh, Micech) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. 2. Pannech - Konská, Kamenná
Poruba. 3. Kavecký (Kaveczky) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. Mgr. art. Katarína Brejková, rod. Mičech, Štefánikova 29, 811 05 Bratislava, Tel.: 02/52493828, e-mail (2006-01-09)
MICSECH (Konská, Kamenná Poruba) - Zaujímam sa o rody: 1. Mičech (Micsech, Micseh, Micech) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. 2. Pannech - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. 3. Kavecký (Kaveczky) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. Mgr. art. Katarína Brejková, rod. Mičech, Štefánikova 29, 811 05 Bratislava, Tel.: 02/52493828, e-mail (2006-01-09)
MIČÁN (Chlebnice) - Študujem rody Zahumenický - Veľký Lapáš, Segenyová - V. Lapáš, Grenčík - Pribiš, Mičánová - Chlebnice. Pavol Záhumenický, Revišné
222, 027 54 Veličná, Tel.: 0903866048, e-mail, www (2005-11-08) 
MIČÁTEK - PhDr. Katrin Mičatek, Fasanenstr. 150/8. Stock, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
MIČÁTEK - Anna Samáková, Trenčín (+2006)
MIČEK (Gbeľany) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Obšivan, Jánošík, Masnica, Hanuljak, Komačka, Martinusík, Poživenec, Jankov, Hanzel (všetky z Terchovej), Noga (Horná Tížina), Staňo, Greguš, Košut (všetky z Riečnice), Janíček, Šimun, Trizujlak, Cabadaj, Sedláček, Franek, Šutovský, Miček (všetky z Gbelian), Mrázik, Valášek, Majerčík, Bolo, Pinka, Podmanický (všetky z Tepličky nad Váhom), Žídek (Belá), Rolko (Mojš). Radoslav Obšivan, Na močiar 918/19, 013 01 Teplička nad Váhom, e-mail (2014-02-10)
MIČECH
(Poruba) - Zaujímam sa o rody Remenec - Kunerad, Mičech - Poruba, Majerčík - Stránske, Nemčok - Zvolen. Viktor Remenec, Kúpeľná 105, 962 37 Kováčová, SK (2007-08-24)
MIČECH (Konská, Kamenná Poruba) - Zaujímam sa o rody: 1. Mičech (Micsech, Micseh, Micech) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. 2. Pannech - Konská, Kamenná
Poruba. 3. Kavecký (Kaveczky) - Konská, Kamenná Poruba. Mgr. art. Katarína Brejková, rod. Mičech, Štefánikova 29, 811 05 Bratislava, Tel.: 02/52493828, e-mail (2006-01-09) 
MIČIAN - Peter Mičian, Jilemnického 1/38, 018 51 Nová Dubnica
MIČICA - Bizik, Drabik, Gjer, Szedliacek, Minarik, Micica: searching for information on any of these family names from area of Kotrčiná Lúčka and Horný Vadičov. Hoping to connect with relatives there. Grandparents came to US in 1909. Sue, e-mail (2003-03-26)
MIČKA (Podbranč) - Zaujímajú ma rody Janovíček, Kulíšek, Jorík (všetky z Prietrže), Toman, Kuba, Bajza, Mička (všetky z Podbranča) a Šiška (zo Sobotišťa). Peter Janovíček, Turnianska 7, 851 07 Bratislava, Tel.: 0907 715 318, e-mail (2008-04-22)
MIČKO (Prešov) - Pro sestavení vývodu z předků mých dětí sháním informace o prarodičích mé manželky, kteří žili v Prešově: Andrej Mičko, nar. 1889 a Anna, roz. Kozárová, nar. 1895. Díky za každou informaci. Jiří Čihák, e-mail (2005-08-03)
MIERTUŠ (Banská Štiavnica a okolie) - Skúmam predkov svojich prastarých rodičov Františka Bučeka, nar. 1850-51 v Banskej Štiavnici, a jeho manželky Alžbety, rod. Daubnerovej, Jozefa Fojtíka, nar. 1845-46 v Prahe, a jeho manželky Anny, rod. Miertušovej, nar. 1859-60 v Banskej Štiavnici. Jaroslav Kubinský, ul. J. Gagarina 2432/105, 960 07 Zvolen, Tel.: 0948 011 296 (2008-07-25)
MIGA (Kapišov) - My great-grandfather Andras (Andrew) Miga was born in Kapisov in 1875. In 1899 he immigrated to the US.  Timothy Miga, 17 Morningside Drive, Methuen, MA, USA, e-mail (2001-02-22)
MIGAZZI z Walu a Sonnenthurmu - Marián Tomajko, Hviezdoslavova 52, 953 01 Zlaté Moravce
MIGLIERINI - Mária Gabelová, Medveďovej 21/206, 851 05 Bratislava
MIHAĽ - RNDr. Ondrej Hudák, CSc., Stierova 23/3, 040 01 Košice, e-mail
MIHAL - I am researching the family of Anna Dziak Michal, my grandmother. She was born in Veľký Ruskov, raised in Dargov, her parents were Andrew Dziak and Anna Lyzesicin Dziak Pristas. My granfather Andrew Michal was born 6/6/1897 to Josef Michal and Anna Honcak Michal Kezak in Jedlova, Saris County. My relatives are the families: Zahorsky, Bajus, Matuscak, Zelenak, Pristas, Dziak, Lyzesicin, Michal/Mihal, and Honcak. Ericka Michal: e-mail(1999-09-14)
MIHALIC - Nancy J. Kelly e-mail (1999-06-23)
MIHÁLIK - Tatiana Belláková, Galandova 2/45, 036 01 Martin
MIHÁLIK - Martin Mihálik, Zvolenská 14/61, 036 01 Martin
MIHÁLIK (Pivnica, Juhoslávia) - Môj otec Ján Mihálik sa narodil v Pivnici (okres Novi Sad ) v Juhoslávii a
pochádza zo skupiny Slovákov, ktorí tam prišli pred 300 rokmi. Asi 15-ročný sa prisťahoval na východné Slovensko do Prešova. Otcov otec sa volal Michal Mihálik a mama Karolína Speváková. Moja mama Elena Pajkošová pochádza z Nižného Mirošova (okres Svidnik), jej otec sa volal Pajkoš ... a mama Kapová... Ja som sa narodil v Prešove 9.9.1976. Matúš Mihálik, e-mail (2001-06-08)
MIHÁLIK - Hospodár, Leheň, Gaľa, Galya, Mašlej, Mihálik, Potucký, regionálna história Zemplína. JUDr. Miroslav Hospodár, Mojmírova 10, 071 01 Michalovce, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MIHÁLKA (Valaská Belá) - František Remenár, Sklenárova 30, 821 09 Bratislava (2003-05-20)
MIHALKO (Vyšná Jedľová) - I am doing a genealogy search of my grandfather. This is the information I have: his name is Frank (Feodor/Theodore) Mihalko. He was born June 10, 1894 (1895) in Felso Jedlova, Slovakia (now Vyšná Jedľová). His mother's name was Mary (Maria) Mihalko. They came to America May 27, 1901. Mary Ellen (Mihalko) Bush, e-mail (2010-03-30)
MIHALUS (Bolešov) – Ancestors of Anthony Cherney. www, e-mail (2001-06-11)
MIHALY - RNDr. Ondrej Hudák, CSc., Stierova 23/3, 040 01 Košice, e-mail
MICHAL - Zaujímajú ma rody Cimerman, Rusko, Strelec, Šima, Handlovský, Veis, Mihal, Chlebovec. Mgr. Tomáš Cimerman, Poľná 15, 974 05 Banská Bystrica, Tel.: 0907 418 825, e-mail (2008-07-04) MICHAL - I am researching the family of Anna Dziak Michal, my grandmother. She was born in Veľký Ruskov, raised in Dargov, her parents were Andrew Dziak and Anna Lyzesicin Dziak Pristas. My granfather Andrew Michal was born 6/6/1897 to Josef Michal and Anna Honcak Michal Kezak in Jedlova, Saris County. My relatives are the families: Zahorsky, Bajus, Matuscak, Zelenak, Pristas, Dziak, Lyzesicin, Michal/Mihal, and Honcak. Ericka Michal: e-mail (1999-09-14)
MICHALANSKÝ - Zostavujem rodokmeň, pátram po priezviskách: Kronovetter (príp. Kronowetter; Kronoveter; Kronoweter) a Michalanský (príp. Mihalansky; Mihalanský; Mihalanszky; Michalansky). Väzby podľa mojich vedomostí by mali siahať do: Košice; Čaňa; Šariš; D. (H.) Kubín - v tomto regióne v spojitosti s priezviskom Lenart (Lenárt). Július Kronovetter,
e-mail, www (2012-07-29)
MICHALCSEK - My family surnames are Jankura, Mucha, Krejc, Bartos, Lipka and Michalcsek. Interested in the areas of Majerka, Liptovska Teplicka and Raslavice. Noreen Hasior, e-mail (2005-08-01) MICHALEC (Vysoké) - I am looking for information about my great grandfather, Ondrej Michalec. His obituary says that he was born about 1856 in Vysoke, Slovakia. He immigrated about 1870 to Chicago, Illinois, USA. Susan Glanz, Illinois, USA, e-mail (2007-07-09)
MICHALEC - PhDr. Katrin Mičatek, Fasanenstr. 150/8. Stock, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
MICHALEC - Skúmam rody Poliaček, Michalec, Orlík, Škoda. Ing. Dana Poliačková, Cabanova 13/A, 841 02 Bratislava, Tel.: 0908 943 033, e-mail (2012-02-27)
MICHALEC - Anna Samáková, Trenčín (+ 2006)
MICHALEC (Sobotište) - I am looking for any relatives of Suzanna or Alzbeta Michalec, Michalovych.  I have various spellings of the last name.  They came from Sobotiste, Slovakia. They came to the United States around 1906. Their parents names were Kristiana and Paul. e-mail (2001-09-21)
MICHALEC (Orava region) - I am trying to find information on my grandparents. My father's parents were both Slovak, my grandfather Joseph Shavrnoch came from Lucky, where the spa or hot springs are located.My father's mother, I am not sure where she came from, was Helen Kayanek or Kajanek. My mother's parents came from Orava area, My mother's father was Paul or Pavel Michalec and  my maternal grandmother was Katherine or Katherina Vtak. They were Lutheran. My father’s family were Catholic. They all would have come to America in the early 1900s. Nancy LaRue, e-mail (2003-02-24)
MICHALEJE (Trubín) - Dominique Michaleje, 2 mail de la Fraternité, 93150 Le Blanc Mesnil, France, e-mail (2000-05-17)
MICHALEK (Pruské-Podvažie) - I am looking for the information about the ancestors of Joseph Hanulik b Podvazie 9-15-1902 and his wife Maria Michalek, b Podvazie 2-24-1905. They were R C and likely married about 1925. Their first son Henry was in Slovakia 2-16-1927. They had 2 more sons and a daughter between 1939 and 1944 in Dawson, YT, Canada. John Berkers, Canada, e-mail  (2010-06-28)
MICHALEK - Both of my grandparents John Chovan and Zuzana Michalek came from Važec area. Jean Chovan, 16 7th Ave SE, Rochester MN 55904, e-mail
MICHÁLEK (Rašov) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MICHALIC - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky, Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04) 
MICHALIK (Dolná Súča) - My mother's parents were from Dolná Súča. Their names were Ondrej Michalik and Mary Kucera. They both belonged to St Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Dolná Súča and were probably born around the 1860's. – Fred Vida, e-mail (2002-01-16)
MICHALÍK (Hriňová) - I believe our son posted on the site for our search for ancestors of my husbands grandfather Andrew Golian. Grandfather came to the states about 1902. Dora and 3 sons came about 1910. We have found the Tusim side of the family near Hrinova, Slovakia. They used to have 2 surnames, Lalik-Tusim. It is possible our Golian side was Golian-Hustava or Hustava-Golian. Grandfather married Dora Tusim, a widow with several children. She was much older than Grandfather Andrew. She was born about 1850.Her maiden name was Michalikova. She and Grandfather Golian had 3 sons together, Emerich, Martin (My husbands father ) and Andrew 2 nd. All born near Hrinova. Grandfather first came to Pennsylvania and worked in coal mines there. grandmother and 3 sons came about 1910. About 1910-1915 they came to Ilasco, Missouri to work in a new cement plant being built there. Grandfather was killed in an accident there in 1924. Grandmother died about 1943. We would like to find where grandfather was born, who his family was, and if there are still relatives in Slovakia. We just knew he came from the old Hungary-Austria area. Tusims are found, but seem to know nothing about Golians. Hope someone can help us find his family. Thank you John and Georgia Golian. John is 73 and I am 67. Our son is searching too. Our e-mail addresses e-mail, e-mail (2001-03-23)
MICHALISKO (Turzovka) - Turzovka is the town listed on the ship's manifests for my father's parents. His Father's name was Michal Michalisko, born around 1883, emigrated in 1896. Mother's name is Terez Vrana (Vurhovich) born in1885, emigrated in 1911. We are interested in finding graves, baptismal, marriage, birth records of ancestors of these two. Judy Michalisko Sandy, e-mail (2007-07-07)

MICHALOVIC (Lozorno) - Mark Michalovic, 507 Pleasant View Dr., Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350, USA
MICHALOVIČ - Michalovič, Maroš, Jursa..Ing. Petr Michalovič,  Plickova 3, 831 06 Bratislava, e-mail (2003-05-16)
MICHALOVYCH (Sobotište) – I am looking for any relatives of Suzanna or Alzbeta Michalec, Michalovych.  I have various spellings of the last name.  They came from Sobotiste, Slovakia. They came to the United States around 1906. Their parents names were Kristiana and Paul. e-mail (2001-09-21)
MIKA (Nová Ves) - www, e-mail (2002-01-14)
MIKITA - Skúmam pôvod priezviska a rodu. Ing. Jozef Mikyta, 029 54 Krušetnica 88, Tel: 043-557 22 28.
MIKLOS - e-mail
MIKLÓS - Skúmam rody Tar (z Bratislavy a Košíc), Talapka (z Kysúc a Oravy),Török (rod z okolia maďarského Mohácsu príp. juhoslovanských miest Bezdan a Bodoja) a Miklós (pravdepodobne Bratislava).  e-mail (2006-01-31)
MIKLOSKA - Hallo from Canada. I would like to find out more about my name Mikloska and where mny ancestors came from. I was born in Bratislava, so was my father and grandfather. Walter Mikloska, e-mail (2011-05-03)
MIKLOŠKA (Bratislava) - I was born in Bratislava so was my father, and grandfather. Walter Mikloska, e-mail (2002-03-04)
MIKLOŠ - e-mail
MIKLOŠOVIČ - Ing. Štefan Hrašna, Hlboká 12, 917 00 Trnava, e-mail (2001-01-21)
MIKLOŠOVIČ - Zaujíma ma rod Miklošovič. Ing. Pavol Miklošovič, 985 02 Mládzovo 31, Tel.: 0903 450 890, e-mail (2010-06-28)
MIKLOVIC (Pobedim) - Miklovic, Pobedim, Slovakia ...  Petri, Pivnice, Hungary.. Leiterman, Germany. Rebecca Flegel, 1811 College S. E., 9616-248-3332, e-mail (2005-01-26)
MIKO - I am tracing ancestors from the town of Modra n/c. The surnames are Hancar, Hanscar, Ondkotz, Dzurak, Sztenko, Harvan, Szaloman, Gajdos, Jakub, Ihnat, Miko. Cheryl Hancar, e-mail (2006-02-10)
MIKO (Dlhá nad Oravou) - My family comes from the small village of  Dlha nad Oravou. My great grandfather's name on my father's side was Dlhaluky (Dlholucký). All I know is he had two brothers, one which was in the catholic church as a priest or bishop, and the other never married. My grandfather came to America under the name Peter D. Horar and I believe he immigrated through France. My grandmother's maiden name was Mikova and was from the same village I believe. Gerri Horar, e-mail (2007-03-23)
MIKO - I'm looking for my relatives in Slovakia. My grandfather Jozef Miko came to Argentina in the 1920s. His sister Ilona went to the USA also in the 20s. In Slovakia stayed his father Andrej Miko, his mother Elena/ Helena/ Ilona Sikorsky, his 3 brothers (Jan, Stefan and Andrej) and his 3 sisters (Maria, Lujza, and Margita). All I know is that they lived for some time in Kosice, and also lived in Lipany. Other names related to this family are Chrobak, Sedlak, and Lazorik. I've got pictures I can send to those who think might be related. e-mail (2003-11-03)
MIKÓ - Zaujíma ma pôvod môjho priezviska. Adam Mikó, e-mail (2010-06-01)
MIKOLKA - Branislav Trúchly, Stred 138, 027 05 Zázrivá, e-mail (2000-03-20)
MIKOLAJ (Pohorelá) - I am trying to get some very important information on my father / father-inlaws background, such as village location on a map etc. My father came from a village of Bogliarka, born 7-9 1896, my father-inlaws village was Poherella, born  15-11-1894. Father's name Jan Gomola or Gomolya. Father-inlaws name Ondro Mikolaj or Javor. Robert Gomola, e-mail (2003-01-13)
MIKOVINYI - Na stránke prestavujeme rodiny Sztrányay, Dessewffy, Dubniczky, Inkey, Lengyel, Majthényi, Mikovinyi, Pongrácz, www, e-mail (2007-02-05)
MIKOVINYI - Hunyady, Burg, Mikovinyi, Kardoss, Melcsiczky. László Hunyady, Pajzs u. 1, 1022 Budapest, Magyarország, e-mail (2005-10-24)
MIKULA - Surnames: Mackay, Makaj, Maky, Macaj, Macay: These are various spellings. Jan Makaj married Anna, born Mikulova. They had a son Andrej, born on November 24, 1905. They lived in Zvala and emigrated to the PA area of USA. Thank you for any help you can give. Gail, e-mail (1999-07-12)
MIKULA - Zaujímam sa o tieto priezviská: Bertha, Borovský, Bukovinský, Császar, Divos, Dodok, Dvíhal, Glatz, Graca, Horecký, Košina, Kučera, Kupert, Láclavík, Líška, Macho, Matula, Matušík, Méry, Mikula, Nagy, Pacher, Pilan, Radovič, Rátz, Ripka, Schiesek, Schwarz, Szabó, Tholl, Toperzel, Tóth, Tríbes, Václavík a Valachy. Vojtech Méry, Gaštanová 6, 010 07Žilina, e-mail (2003-05-28)
MIKULA – Zaujíma ma rod Mikula. Ľubomír Mikula, e-mail (2014-02-19)
MIKULCAK
(Střílky, Mähren – Stupava, Slowakei) - Auf der Suche nach Vorfahren bin ich bis Adam Vilim zuruckgekommen, der am 12.02.1708 in Stupava eine Frau Ludmilla, geb. Mikulcak geheiratet hat. Sein Vater ist aus dem Ort Strilky gekommen. Bis 1826 sind die Nachkommen in Stupava Haus Nr. 11 gewohnt. Walter Willim aus dem Schwabenland, e-mail (2000-05-22)
MIKULČÁK (Střílky, Mähren – Stupava, Slowakei) - Auf der Suche nach Vorfahren bin ich bis Adam Vilim zuruckgekommen, der am 12.02.1708 in Stupava eine Frau Ludmilla, geb. Mikulcak geheiratet hat. Sein Vater ist aus dem Ort Strilky gekommen. Bis 1826 sind die Nachkommen in Stupava Haus Nr. 11 gewohnt. Walter Willim aus dem Schwabenland, e-mail (2000-05-22)
MIKULÍK (Plaveč) - All four of my grandparents emmigrated to the U.S. late in the 19th or early in 20th centuries  from Plaveč. My paternal grandparents were Steven or Štefan Norko & Christina or Kristina Pekar. Štefan was born in Plaveč on August 9, 1879; Kristina on Sept. 1, 1881. My great grandfather's name was Istoc Norko & he was born in Plaveč in 1864 & died in Bridgeport, CT; his wife's maiden name was Murcko & she too was born in Plaveč. My great grandmother's maiden name was Pekar & she was born in Plaveč; her mother, Anna Duch was born in Plaveč in 1849 & she died there in 1876. My maternal grandparents were Pavel or Pavlo Vitka & Mary Nova (Novajovsky). Pavel was born in Plaveč on November 28, 1881; his wife, Mary was born in Plaveč in 1885. My great grandfather's name was Pavla(?) Vitka & he was born in Plaveč in 1843 & died there in 1896; his wife's maiden name was Anna Mikulik & she was born in Plaveč in 1843 & died there in 1888. R. Michael Norko, 19 Conifer Lane, Avon, CT 06001, USA, e-mail (2002-01-03)
MIKUS - My grandparents were born and raised in Habovka. They were Jozef and Anna (Jancuha) Jeliga. Additional members are: Leginus, Gejdossik, Mikus. Shirley Jones, 3040 Quincy Lane, Aurora, IL, 60504, USA, e-mail (2002-11-11)
MIKUŠ (Pitvaroš) - Naše rodiny (po otcovi Mikušovci, po matke Kochanovci) sa v 18. storočí vysťahovali zo Slovenska (z Gemerskej stolice) do Maďarska a cca 200 rokov tam žili. Celú tú dobu obe rodiny bývali v obci Pitvaroš. Pri presídlení v roku 1947 sa ich potomkovia (moji rodičia) vrátili na Slovensko. Pri pátraní po svojich predkoch som získal z archívov v Pitvaroši nasledovné informácie: Najstarší predok z matkinej strany Ondrej Kochan žil na Pitvaroši (1774 – 1849) a jeho rodičia sa volali Ondrej Kochan a Sofia Šofran. Najstarší predkovia z otcovej strany sa volali Ján Mikuš (1799 – 1855) a jeho manželka Dorota Kiss (1794 – 1854). Tu moja stopa končí. Títo ľudia sa prisťahovali na Pitvaroš zo Slovenska (z Gemerskej stolice). Dušan Mikuš, Sládkovičovo, e-mail (2010-11-08) 
MIKUŠ (Beckov) - Hledám předky, příbuzné a jmenovce na Slovensku a v Čechách, prípad. Jinde. Můj nejstarší předek tohto jména, o němž vím, se jmenoval Antonín (Anton) Schell a pocházel z Beckova, záp. Slovensko, počátek či polovina 19. Století. Jeho manželkou byla Kateřina (Katarína) Mikušová. Radim Schell, Husova 427, 675 71 Náměšť nad Oslavou, ČR, e-mail (2001-02-01)
MIKUŠ (Dubnica nad Váhom - Kolačín) - Skúmam tieto rody: Františka Mikuša a Štefana Kolacsányiho z Kolačína, Adama Jankech, Krško, Ladeczky, Kuczmerka z Dubnice nad Váhom, Andreasa Tenkého z Prílesa, Jozefa Drotára Hala z Horného Srnia, Adama Faba zo Soblahova, Kulifaj, Hromník z okolia Trenčína, Zúber z Trenčianskej Teplej, Šlechta, Rabski, Šuráň, Loucky z Brumova a Bylnice. Mgr. Oľga Mikušová, M. Bela 18, 911 08 Trenčín, Tel.: 0903773168, e-mail (2011-04-12)
MIKUŠ - I am looking for a family crest of the MIKUS family from Slovakia. Vladimir Mikus, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MIKUŠINEC - Snažím sa vytvoriť rodokmeň a vystopovať pôvod tohto málo vyskytujúceho sa mena. Marek Mikušinec, Športová 34 , 915 01 Nové Mesto nad Váhom, e-mail (2006-10-18) 
MIKUŠKA - Mgr. Milan Mikuška, Seidlova 477, 142 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic, e-mail, www
MIKYTA - Skúmam pôvod priezviska a rodu. Ing. Jozef Mikyta, 029 54 Krušetnica 88, Tel: 043-557 22 28.
MILANOVICH (Košice-Kavečany)  Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA, www (2002-01-17)
MILDER (Košice, Lukov) - I was born in Kosice on March 26, 1949. My father is from Kosice. His name is Emanuel Milder. My mother is from Lukov. Her name is Raziel Milder. My parents were cousins. I would like to trace my family history. Harry Milder, Miami, Florida USA, e-mail (2003-12-10)
MILKO - John Vnuk, 4915 Steeple Drive, Greendale, WI 53129, USA, Tel: (414) 421-4728, e-mail, www (2002-01-16)
MILLER - Researching the families Tokar, Rubicky, Miller, Kansky, Kovach, Kovacek, Stofcik, Kavuscak, Bacho, Radvansky. Villages: Dlhá Lúka, Zborov, Bardejov. e-mail, www (2002-01-08)
MILLO (Martin) - PhDr. Anna Kucianová, Fr. partizánov 42, 036 08 Vrútky, e-mail (2008-07-28)
MILO - Pracoval som na rodostrome našej rodiny, dostal som sa až po rok cca 1640. Štefan Milo, e-mail (2004-09-27)
MINAR - We are doing research on our family tree and ancestry relating to the Slovakia in the 1600s and 1700s. We have traced our roots to this period with the following names: Joannes Urban (nobilis) abt 1789-1854, Elizabeth Petro 1796-1859, Georgius Ovsak, Anna Minar 1783, Joannes Ovsak 1808, Jonas Klobusovzsky Urban (nobilis) 1841-1916, Jonas Klobusovzsky Urban (nobilis) 1816-1879. James E. Roach, e-mail (2009-04-05)
MINAR - My grandmother immigrated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA in 1903 or 1904. Her name at the time of her immigration was Maria Minar. She was born in 1881 and according tothe naturalization application came from Moravitz, Hungary. Bruce Bagin, 5620 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217, USA, e-mail (2002-01-17)
MINAR - I cannot find out where Mike & Anna Jacob Minar came from except Austria-Hungary, Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, etc. All records I have looked up to this date do not give a town name. I know he went to PA in 1882, then to VA in 1898. Carolyn Foxworth, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MINÁR (Valaská Belá) - Zaujímam sa o rody Čižnár, Šramko, Bagin, Minár, Golej - Valaská Belá, okr. Prievidza. Ondrej Čižnár Bc., MC 64/9, 972 51 Handlová, Tel.: 046/547 3430, 0905 181 804, e-mail (2008-05-21)
MINÁR - Zaujíma ma história rodiny Minár, ako aj história vysťahovacov nosiacich toto priezvisko za oceánom. Ing. Martin Minár, PhD., Východná 12, 934 01 Levice, e-mail. (2003-01-29)
MINARIK - Seeking information on Andrew Minarik; born in 1883 or 1882; died September 5th 1961 in Plainfield, New Jersey.  Lived in the USA for 36 years, immigrated to the USA in the early 1920's. Married to Anna T. Kaffin (Kaffan). Patricia, e-mail (2005-08-01) 
MINÁRIK - Rudolf Minárik, Mozartova 12, 917 00 Trnava
MINÁRIK (Predmier) - Ing. Jaroslav Vokoun, Jesenského 8, 900 27 Bernolákovo, Tel.: 02 45993919, mobil: 0915 055059, e-mail, www (2008-02-01)
MINARIK - Bizik, Drabik, Gjer, Szedliacek, Minarik, Micica: searching for information on any of these family names from area of Kotrčiná Lúčka and Horný Vadičov. Hoping to connect with relatives there. Grandparents came to US in 1909. Sue, e-mail (2003-03-26)
MINAROVSKÝ (Predmier) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail (2003-01-07)
MINDIDORF - Hladám rodinu Mindidorf (konkrétne rodinu Stefánie, rod. Schindler) nájdenú aj ako Meididanfr, Meididanfer, a rodinu Krutzler. Cast rodiny Mindidorf bývala okolo roku 1925 v Bratislave. Ing. Ondrej Trnovský, e-mail (2007-05-09)
MINKENDORFER - Zaoberám sa bádaním o týchto priezviskách: Csallokőzy, Lackovič, Minkendorfer, Moravčík, Pajer, Radejovský, Vadasz, Vrba. Lackovič, e-mail (2003-05-22)
MIRDA (Sobrance) - My grandfather John (Jan) Onder and my grandmother Anna Mirda emigrated to the US from the Sobrance District of Slovakia prior to World War One around 1910. I am trying to trace their roots. I may still have relatives in Sobrance that I would like to make contact with. Michael Patrick Onder, Burke, Virginia, USA, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MIROSSAY - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky, Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04) 
MIROWSZKI (gróf, Poľsko, Krakov) - Tibor Bruckmayer, Pri vinohradoch 25, 831 06 Bratislava, e-mail, tel.: 02/44872506, 0903259369 (2002-11-07)
MIROWSZKI - Bruckmayer, Henn, Fikar, Ostermayer, Malatinszki alebo Malatinsky, Wallner, gróf Mirowszki alebo Mirowszky Poľsko-Krakov, Anglee, Safranek alebo Schafranek, Kohut, Kubu. Ing Tibor Bruckmayer, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MIROWSZKY - Bruckmayer, Henn, Fikar, Ostermayer, Malatinszki alebo Malatinsky, Wallner, gróf Mirowszki alebo Mirowszky Poľsko-Krakov, Anglee, Safranek alebo Schafranek, Kohut, Kubu. Ing Tibor Bruckmayer, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MISHOCK (Allentown, PA, USA) - I am doing genealogy research on my wife's Slovak families. My wife's father Michael Setegena, b. Sept. 21,1888 in Starina, came to the USA in 1907. In the USA he adopted the name of Stagney. His brother Peter and some sisters also came separately to America. My wife's mother was Julianna Misik b. June 20, 1890 in Vyšná Rybnica. She came to the USA in 1906. A brother John and sister Mary also came separately to America. A brother, George remained in Slovakia and was last known to be working at a stamping plant in Michalovce (?) –  at age 64 (abt. 1978). While I have some information on these families, research has been difficult because the old folks are gone and no one now speaks Slovak.  We have been trying to match up what we know with some Slovak families now in Allentown, PA. These families were Misik, Mishock, Motsiks etc. My wife's folks considered thes families as related. Would enjoy making contact and possibly sharing the lives of these American immigrants with relatives still living in Slovakia. Gerald E. Patterson, University Village, 12401 N. 22nd St.--Apt. #D 112, Tampa, FL  33612-3103, USA, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MISIK (Bolešov-Piechov) - Ancestors of Anthony Cherney. www, e-mail (2001-06-11)
MISIK (Vyšná Rybnica, SK – Allentown, PA, USA) - I am doing genealogy research on my wife's Slovak families. My wife's father Michael Setegena, b. Sept. 21,1888 in Starina, came to the USA in 1907. In the USA he adopted the name of Stagney. His brother Peter and some sisters also came separately to America. My wife's mother was Julianna Misik b. June 20, 1890 in Vyšná Rybnica. She came to the USA in 1906. A brother John and sister Mary also came separately to America. A brother, George remained in Slovakia and was last known to be working at a stamping plant in Michalovce (?) – at age 64 (abt. 1978). While I have some information on these families, research has been difficult because the old folks are gone and no one now speaks Slovak.  We have been trying to match up what we know with some Slovak families now in Allentown, PA. These families were Misik, Mishock Motsiks etc. My wife's folks considered thes families as related. Would enjoy making contact and possibly sharing the lives of these American immigrants with relatives still living in Slovakia. Gerald E. Patterson, University Village, 12401 N. 22nd St. – Apt. #D 112, Tampa, FL  33612-3103, USA, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MISTRÍK (Dolný Kubín) - Rudolf Mitašík, Hurbanova 9, 031 01 Lipt. Mikuláš, e-mail, www (2004-01-08)
MISTRÍK - pochádzajú z okolia Donovalov (Donovaly, Staré Hory, Špania Dolina) a boli to ľudia okolo dreveného uhlia, baní a pod.Vraj pozostatok nemeckej kolonizácie stredného Slovenska v 16. storočí. Doc. PhDr. Erich Mistrík, CSc., Pedagogická fakulta UK, Račianska 59, 813 34  Bratislava, e-mail, www (2001-02-26)
MIŠČI (Zubák) - Skúmam rody Baďura (okres Senica,obce Rohožnik,Velké Leváre), Študenc (okres Trnava,obec Buková), Mišči (okr.Púchov, obec Zubák), Marcell a Mészaros. Ľubica Marcellová, 919 05 Trstín 573, 0905 202 550, e-mail (2011-03-28)
MIŠÍK (Vyšná Rybnica, SK – Allentown, PA, USA) - I am doing genealogy research on my wife's Slovak families. My wife's father Michael Setegena, b. Sept. 21,1888 in Starina, came to the USA in 1907. In the USA he adopted the name of Stagney. His brother Peter and some sisters also came separately to America. My wife's mother was Julianna Misik b. June 20, 1890 in Vyšná Rybnica. She came to the USA in 1906. A brother John and sister Mary also came separately to America. A brother, George remained in Slovakia and was last known to be working at a stamping plant in Michalovce (?) –  at age 64 (abt. 1978). While I have some information on these families, research has been difficult because the old folks are gone and no one now speaks Slovak.  We have been trying to match up what we know with some Slovak families now in Allentown, PA. These families were Misik, Mishock Motsiks etc. My wife's folks considered thes families as related. Would enjoy making contact and possibly sharing the lives of these American immigrants with relatives still living in Slovakia. Gerald E. Patterson, University Village, 12401 N. 22nd St.--Apt. #D 112, Tampa, FL  33612-3103, USA, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MIŠKOVIČ (Michalovce) - Bc. Ján Gazdík, Hrobákova 9, 851 02 Bratislava, e-mail (2004-01-23)
MIŠOVEC (Turiec) -  Milan Marinčák, Pivovarská 24, 036 01 Martin, e-mail (2003-02-04)
MIŠOVIČ - Bohuslav Mišovič, e-mail (2009-09-25)
MIŠŠEJE - Zaujímajú ma rody Cauner, Landl, Miššeje, Ernyey, Ballo, Blaskovits, Blaškovič, Velits, Laszlofalvy, Ragulik, Ludvigh, Kern, Králik. Margareta Miššejová, Babuškova 5, 821 03 Bratislava 2, 0904 146 200, e-mail (2008-04-04)
MITAŠÍK (Liptovský Mikuláš) - Rudolf Mitašík, Hurbanova 9, 031 01 Lipt. Mikuláš, e-mail, www (2004-01-08)
MITERKO (Plavec) - Searching families Sholtis, Molnar, Miterko or Materko, Chernitsky, Wojack. Have an old postcard from Plavec with a bridge on it and a family picture, not sure who is who. Just started research. My grandfater came over on the Kaiser Wilhelm out of Germany. Marilyn Sholtis-Wright, 346 West Saxet, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, Tel: 361-888-4797, e-mail (2003-09-10)
MITRIK (Budkovce) - My Grandfather was probably Janos Mitrik from Butka, Hungary. He arrived in America on November 12, 1910. To be followed by his wife, Erzsebet, and two daughters, Maria and Anna, who arrived on September 07, 1913. Mike Mitrik, 2900 S. Walnut Ave., Broken Arrow, OK 74012, USA e-mail (2002-03-20)
MITRO - Dr. Peter Porazík, 22351 Barbacoa Drive, Saugus, CA 91350, USA, e-mail, www (2001-03-12)
MIZIC - Great gram and gramp are Andrew Sandor and Katerin Diro had son Johann Sandor. Joann married my gram Zuzann Mizic, daughter of Mary Holub and Stephen Mizic. I am told Johann was baptized at St. Michaels church in 1880, born in 1879. I have his military passport from 1900. The area they are from i have hincovce Žakarovce or Krompachy or „Murska Sobota“ (Muránska Lehota?). Zuzann had three sisters: Dorothy, Katherin, Josephine and also Jan Mizic is related. Andrea Sandor Barrette, e-mail (2001-10-04)
MIŽIALKO (Brezová pod Bradlom) - Štefan (1874-1932) immigrated in 1891 & married Judita Kriho (1878-1911) & settled in Chicago.  Štefan remarried Alžbeta Šlahor in 1912 (widow of Ján Baroško). Mižialkos were tanners in Slovakia & US.  Would like to find birth their certificates & Slovak relatives. Other surnames are Juríček & Seplák, also from Brezová.  They were my great grandparents. Val Laking, e-mail (2006-02-22)
MIŽIČ - Great gram and gramp are Andrew Sandor and Katerin Diro had son Johann Sandor. Joann married my gram Zuzann Mizic, daughter of Mary Holub and Stephen Mizic. I am told Johann was baptized at St. Michaels church in 1880, born in 1879. I have his military passport from 1900. The area they are from i have hincovce Žakarovce or Krompachy or „Murska Sobota“ (Muránska Lehota?). Zuzann had three sisters: Dorothy, Katherin, Josephine and also Jan Mizic is related. Andrea Sandor Barrette, e-mail (2001-10-04)
MIŽÚR - Martin Abrahám, Košická 42/52, 945 01 Komárno
MJARTIN (Nandraž) - I'm searching for information on my father, John Martin (he had no middle name). Here is the little information I have. I have a handwritten birth certificate that lists his name as John Mjartin, born on Jan. 9, 1904, in Nandraz, Slovak Republic. His father was also John Martin (Mjartin) and his mother's name was Suzanna (Galas) Martin (Mjartin). He left Slovakia with his mother in 1912. Gary Martin, e-mail (2012-01-18)
MLSNA - Mlsna is the surname of my brother in law hear in Wisconsin, USA. Scott Weinzatl, e-mail (2006-02-06)
MLYNARCHEK - I don't have much to go on to try and find relatives that may still be in Slovakia. My primary emotional relationship was with my Grandmother ' Mlynarchek' ,Mlynarchekova". She came to the US around the turn of the century when she was 13 years old. Married a man Izo. My dads side came earlier Hudačko and his mom was Gruse? George Hudacko, e-mail (2002-10-23)
MLÝNEK - Miloš Cifra, Staromyjavská 11, 907 01 Myjava, e-mail (2002-01-02)
MOCKO - Skúmam rody Kopcok, Širka, Mocko, Nvota, Poniger - lokality Novohrad, Skalica, Petrovec, Pivnica, Silbaš. Pavel Kopcok, Hlavná 7, 900 42 Miloslavov, tel.: 0905 752 590, e-mail (2006-06-13)
MOCKOVCIAK (Myjava) - Ancestors of Daniel Sadak: Adamek, Bohač, Kavicky, Mockovciak, Sadak. Anabeth Dollins, 1409 Terrace Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15228-1608, USA, www, e-mail (2002-05-28)
MOCSÁRY (Čechy) – A Budapesti MACSE tagja vagyok. Lenne egy nagyon nagy kérésem. Sajnos bizonyos anyakönyveket nem találok meg, pedig fontos lenne a leszármazást illetően. Keresem Jaross László (Komáromcsehi 1898.nov.11 ) Anyja neve: Mocsáry Irén házassági anyakönyvi kivonatát. Házassága 1917-ben lehetett. Neje hrabovai és kiskótessi Hrabovszky Anna Márai. Vagy a házasságban született Jaross László Andor 1917.07.23 anyakönyvi kivonatának másolatát. Hegedüs Eta, e-mail (2015-08-21)
MOČARNÍK
- Ing. Dušan Močaník, Žiarska 601/1, Liptovský Mikuláš, e-mail (2004-01-06)
MOČKO (Povrazník) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Potančok, Lokša, Močko sa asi zachovalo len v prezývke v obci Povrazník. Všetky pochádzajú z obce Povrazník už od 15. storočia. A ešte rod Dobrota z Horných Pršian. e-mail (2009-12-09)
MOHNACS - My grand father came from Palata. In 1868 he was 2 years old and came to the USA in 1886 on the ship from Germany called the Elder. His name was Alexander Mohnacs. William Mohnacs, e-mail (2003-04-14)
MOHNATS - Nancy J. Kelly e-mail (1999-06-23)
MOCHTAK -  I am a first generation American and although I can understand and speak Slovak I know almost nothing about my ancestry. I know my Grandfather's name on my Mother's side was John or Jan Kozma a town near Koshetsa (spelling not correct) and my grandmother's name was Zuska or Susan Kramer or Krammer. My father's father was Michael Mochtak and his mother's last name was Madaras again, spelling of grandmother's name is probably not correct, they lived in a village named after walnuts or Orechova. I know the last names are correct. I have looked up Ellis Island landing records and cannot find Mochtak anywhere although I know my grandfather came to America at least 2 times before 1910.  Grandfather Kozma came here around 1922-23. I still have many relatives in Slovakia but cannot read or write to them as am not proficient enough and my Mother seems reluctant for me to keep in touch although she and my father have corresponded with them for many, many years. My father was born in America in 1919 in Youngstown, Ohio and my mother was born in Czech in 1921. e-mail (2002-12-30)
MOJTO (Bohunice) - I am researching my maternal grandparents. Grandmother Magdalena Masaryk born 6/29/1897 in Trenčín. Came to the US at the age of 10. Left Bremen on November 18, 1907 along with her mother Anna (Ševčík) Masaryk, born about 1870, sister Mária 11, born April 17, 1896, and a 3 year old that noone here seems to recall. Her father was Stephen masaryk. I have no information on Him. My grandmother Ján Mojto changed to Moyto and then to Mayto in the US, born in Bohunice, Slovakia on October 27, 1890. Susan Knezevich, e-mail (2000-10-02)
MOJŽIŠ (Zvolen) - Jozef Ozimy, Alexyho 9, 841 01 Bratislava, e-mail (2001-05-24)
MOLCANYI - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky, Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04)
MOLČAN (Nižné Repaše) - My grandfather was born in Slovakia, in or near the village of what is today Nižné Repaše. He was named Joseph, was baptized Roman Catholic. We believe the year was just prior to 1888 since his family is said to have moved to the USA that same year. He married Catherine Bodnovic born about the same time, my grandmother, from the town of Rudňany. She was likely baptized in Poráč which had the only Catholic church at the time. She had a brother George, and a sister Mary. Bernie Moltchan, USA, e-mail (2012-02-29)
MOLČÁNYI - Doc. Ing. Jozef Zubrický, CSc., Ul. Slobody 8/VI, 040 11 Košice (1999-09-09)
MOLLER - My family moved to Australia in 1962. We are the only family here, and many of my relatives, uncles, etc. are now dead. My father’s name was Franz Kison, he was born I believe in Nikl. My grand father, August Kison was Slovak. My mother is Margarete, nee Moller. My aunties children, I am led to believe live in Sulzbach. Their family naems are Balzer. Roderick Kison, e-mail (2000-10-30)
MOLNAR (Plavec) - Searching families Sholtis, Molnar, Miterko or Materko, Chernitsky, Wojack. Have an old postcard from Plavec with a bridge on it and a family picture, not sure who is who. Just started research. My grandfater came over on the Kaiser Wilhelm out of Germany. Marilyn Sholtis-Wright, 346 West Saxet, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, Tel: 361-888-4797, e-mail (2003-09-10)
MOLNAR (Drahňov) - My grandfather Imre Molnar, b. 1873, and my grandmother Zuzana Szanyo, b. 1878,were from the village of Deregnyo, currently called Drahnov. Jimmie C. Miller, 701 Fondulac Drive, East Peoria, IL 61611, USA (2002-02-05)
MOLNAR - I am seeking any information I can find about my family. Our surnames are: Trachta, Hoblik, Kuhaida, Molnar. Many years ago, my father was given a heraldic coat of arms and told that it belonged to our family (Trachta). Susan Trachta, e-mail (2002-12-06)
MOLNÁR - Zaujímam sa o svoj rod Příkopových pochádzajúcich z Čiech, z obce Bouzov a toho kraja. Zaoberám sa aj inými rodmi ako sú Kováčik, Marosi, Molnár, Dacuk. František Příkopa, SNP 1447/48-4, 017 01 Považská Bystrica, Tel.: 0904 615 600,
e-mail, www (2009-05-05)
MOLNÁR (Grójec/PL, Sereď/SK) - My name is Jan Trynkos and I am from Poland. I have in Poland worked out genealogy of my surname. I unreel search in Slovakia surname and Hungarian. They step out as Tronkos at present. In 1739 year in locality Szered - Gallant appeared  Andreas Trynkos. Andreas contained  from Cathar Molnar marital relationship. Andreas was from locality  Grójec region Mazovia. Where I can find registration what he did and who Andreas was in Gallant? Jan Trynkos,  Grodzisk Mazovian, Poland, e-mail (2012-09-10)
MOLNÁR (Košice) - My Andrejkovics family lives in Brestov, where my Grandfather, Jan István Andrejkovics, was born 8 Dec 1889. At that time, the place was past of Austria-Hungary. My Molnar family, Grandmother Maria Molnar, born 1 Jan 1892 in Kassa, now Košice, was also Hungarian. Barbara Andrejkovics Callahan in Seattle, Washington State, USA, e-mail (2008-04-17)
MOLTCHAN (Nižné Repaše) - My grandfather was born in Slovakia, in or near the village of what is today Nižné Repaše. He was named Joseph, was baptized Roman Catholic. We believe the year was just prior to 1888 since his family is said to have moved to the USA that same year. He married Catherine Bodnovic born about the same time, my grandmother, from the town of Rudňany. She was likely baptized in Poráč which had the only Catholic church at the time. She had a brother George, and a sister Mary. Bernie Moltchan, USA, e-mail (2012-02-29)
MONDEK - Ing. Ľudovít Kubiš, Alexyho 10, 971 01 Prievidza
MONDEK - Ing. Karol Švík, Ratnovce 195, 922 31 Sokolovce
MONHARDT - I am seeking information about my ansesters who lived in Oberufer, Pressburg until 1944-1945. Karoline Monhardt, born Linzboth 1910-11-15. Anton Linzboth, Oma Karoline Linzboth born Tarabek(?), Opa Friedrich Linzboth, Friedrick Monhardt 1912-, Paul Monhardt 1923-, Cecilia Monhardt dead 1936, Bedrich (Friedrich) Monhardt 1879-02-26, Anna Linzboth born Bystica(?) born 1909(?). All of the familie is dead and their and my children ask a lot of questions and I don´t have any answers. I would be grateful for any help. Eva Lundvall, e-mail (2007-03-05)
MONYÁK (Podvilk) - Ing. Stanislav Vilček, Madačova 12, 034 01 Ružomberok, Tel.: 044/4329470 (2005-09-20)
MORAVČÍK - Zdenka Doležalová, Priečna 4, 831 03 Bratislava, e-mail (2000-05-02)
MORAVČÍK - Zaoberám sa bádaním o týchto priezviskách: Csallokőzy, Lackovič, Minkendorfer, Moravčík, Pajer, Radejovský, Vadasz, Vrba. Lackovič, e-mail (2003-05-22)
MORENO (Western Slovakia & New York, USA) - Dolph Klein, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, e-mail (1999-10-11)
MORIC - I am interested in obtaining birth and marriage records of my grandparents: 1. Moric/Maciz born in 1857 and 1860 in the Sv. Martin to Trnava Area. 2. Hrasko/Franova born in the 1800s in the Zvolen Area. Mrs. M. Susan Simulik, 7808 - 145 Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5C 2S7, e-mail (2002-10-24)
MOROVIAN - tiež Morovjan, Moravjan. Alena Trojáčková, e-mail (2002-01-24)
MORVA - Ing. Vladimír Mrva, Železničiarska 97/1, 924 01 Galanta (2000-06-05)
MORVAY - Ing. Vladimír Mrva, Železničiarska 97/1, 924 01 Galanta (2000-06-05)
MORVAY - Nedávno som zistil, že rodina Cintula (Czintula) je šľachtického pôvodu. Som zrejme priamy potomok jej vetvy v Cabaji-Čápore. Zaujímajú ma tiež príbuzní starej mamy Antónie Ballayovej, teda šľachtická rodina Ballay, tiež príbuzné rody Morvay a Lászloffy de Ilava. Hľadám nielen ďalších príbuzných, ale aj nejaké pamiatky po týchto rodinách. Všetko sa stratilo. Ostalo len niečo po rodine Morvay a Lászloffy de Ilava. Július Cintula, e-mail (2015-03-26)
MOSKOVITS (Ostrov, Sobrance, Bunkovce, Michalovce; Mukačevo/Ukraine, Washington Heights, Queens and other NYC, USA) - Seeking information about Markusz Moskovits b. 1840s d. 1900-1910? And Sali Kohn. Their children born in Sobrance were Moritz b. 1866 d. NY 1936, Gyula b. 1868 d. Prešov 1926, Hermina Neumann b. Ostrov 1876 d. NY 1955 – husband Viktor Neumann born Sobrance 1868, died Michalovce 12/31/20. Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA, USA, e-mail(1999-10-02)
MOSKOVITS -  My family emigrated from Galicia to Slovakia in the early 19th century or perhaps the late 18th century. I have been told that the name was Moskovits prior to Schonfeld. The earliest name I have is Eliezer, father of Moshe Schonfeld. Eliezer was a manager for Grof Csaky, and he must have performed well since the Grof rewarded him with much land around Habura and Palota. Moses  (Mose) was born in 1807, probably in Habura. He lived in Habura and had four children there, when he moved his family to Medzilaborce (he had additional children after moving to Medzilaborce). Mose had a brother Schia who was born about 1798, and he possibly had another brother Mendel. He may have had additional siblings as well. Mose is known to have married the daughter of a famous Hasidic Rabbi, Rabbi Zvi Elimelech Spira originally of Dynow, Galicia. Both Sarah and Mose were born in 1810 or earlier. Their tombstones can be found in the Jewish cemetery in Medzilaborce. Louis Schonfeld, 5553 Broadview Road, Cleveland, OH 44134 USA, fax -216-291-0824, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MOSKOWITZ (Ostrov, Sobrance, Bunkovce, Michalovce; Mukačevo/Ukraine, Washington Heights, Queens and other NYC, USA) - Seeking information about Markusz Moskovits b. 1840s d. 1900-1910? And Sali Kohn. Their children born in Sobrance were Moritz b. 1866 d. NY 1936, Gyula b. 1868 d. Prešov 1926, Hermina Neumann b. 1876 d. NY 1955. Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA, USA, e-mail(1999-10-02)
MOSNÝ - Family tree page of Martin Mosny & Valeria Mosna-Fetisova. Stránka obsahujúca genealógie Martina Mosného a Valérie Mosnej, rod. Fetisovej www, e-mail (2004-12-08)
MOSS (Ostrov, Sobrance, Bunkovce, Michalovce; Mukačevo/Ukraine, Washington Heights, Queens and other NYC, USA) – Seeking information about Markusz Moskovits b. 1840s d. 1900-1910? And Sali Kohn. Their children born in Sobrance were Moritz b. 1866 d. NY 1936, Gyula b. 1868 d. Prešov 1926, Hermina Neumann b. 1876 d. NY 1955. Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA, USA, e-mail (1999-10-02)
MOŠTENAN - PhDr. Katrin Mičatek, Fasanenstr. 150/8. Stock, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
MOŠTENAN - Anna Samáková, Pod Sokolicami 20, 911 01 Trenčín
MOTSIK (Allentown, PA, USA) - I am doing genealogy research on my wife's Slovak families. My wife's father Michael Setegena, b. Sept. 21,1888 in Starina, came to the USA in 1907. In the USA he adopted the name of Stagney. His brother Peter and some sisters also came separately to America. My wife's mother was Julianna Misik b. June 20, 1890 in Vyšná Rybnica. She came to the USA in 1906. A brother John and sister Mary also came separately to America. A brother, George remained in Slovakia and was last known to be working at a stamping plant in Michalovce (?) –  at age 64 (abt. 1978). While I have some information on these families, research has been difficult because the old folks are gone and no one now speaks Slovak.  We have been trying to match up what we know with some Slovak families now in Allentown, PA. These families were Misik, Mishock, Motsiks etc. My wife's folks considered thes families as related. Would enjoy making contact and possibly sharing the lives of these American immigrants with relatives still living in Slovakia. Gerald E. Patterson, University Village, 12401 N. 22nd St.--Apt. #D 112, Tampa, FL  33612-3103, USA, e-mail (2002-01-15)
MOTYČÁK - Ing. Karol Švík, Ratnovce 195, 922 31 Sokolovce
MOYTO (Bohunice) - I am researching my maternal grandparents. Grandmother Magdalena Masaryk born 6/29/1897 in Trenčín. Came to the US at the age of 10. Left Bremen on November 18, 1907 along with her mother Anna (Ševčík) Masaryk, born about 1870, sister Mária 11, born April 17, 1896, and a 3 year old that noone here seems to recall. Her father was Stephen masaryk. I have no information on Him. My grandmother Ján Mojto changed to Moyto and then to Mayto in the US, born in Bohunice, Slovakia on October 27, 1890. Susan Knezevich, e-mail (2000-10-02)
MOZER - Hľadám niekoho s týmito menami: Krasňan/ová (hlavne Morava, Kysuce), Venglarčík/ová (asi okolie Levoče), Mozer/ová (asi okolie Levoče), Rovenský/á (hlavne okolie Pezinka), Plško/ová (okolie Trenčína). Ivana Rovenská, e-mail (2005-08-01)
MÔCIK - Alžbeta Švábeková, Estónska 36, 821 06 Bratislava (1999-09-20)
MRAČKA - Zaujíma ma pôvod priezviska Mračka. Michala Mračka, e-mail (2006-09-19)
MRAZIK -  My name is Alan Mrazik;  I know very little about my ancestry, any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you in advance. e-mail (2003-04-28)
MRÁZ
- Chcem zistiť, odkiaľ pochádzajú moji predkovia. Tomáš Mráz, Tel.: 0904 253 402, e-mail (2010-06-16)
MRÁZ - Zaujímam sa o genealógiu a zbieram materiály o príslušníkoch nášho rodu Mráz. L. Mrázová, e-mail (2009-07-14)
MRÁZIK (Žalobín) - My mother family name is Mrazik from Zsalobin, Slovakia. Henry Strozeski, e-mail (2004-05-28)
MRÁZIK (Košice-Kavečany) - Carol Pack Urban, Stahlstown, PA, USA,  www (2002-01-17)
MRÁZIK (Teplička nad Váhom) - Zaujímajú ma rody: Obšivan, Jánošík, Masnica, Hanuljak, Komačka, Martinusík, Poživenec, Jankov, Hanzel (všetky z Terchovej), Noga (Horná Tížina), Staňo, Greguš, Košut (všetky z Riečnice), Janíček, Šimun, Trizujlak, Cabadaj, Sedláček, Franek, Šutovský, Miček (všetky z Gbelian), Mrázik, Valášek, Majerčík, Bolo, Pinka, Podmanický (všetky z Tepličky nad Váhom), Žídek (Belá), Rolko (Mojš). Radoslav Obšivan, Na močiar 918/19, 013 01 Teplička nad Váhom, e-mail (2014-02-10)
MRAZNICA - Milan Huba, e-mail (2001-12-10)
MRMAJ (Ružomberok) - Skúmam rody Feja z Rakova, Kráľ z Čremošného a Mrmaj z Ružomberka. Anna Kráľová, Nemocničná 1949/57, 026 01 Dolný Kubín (2005-09-16)
MRVA - Ing. Vladimír Mrva, Železničiarska 97/1, 924 01 Galanta (2000-06-05)
MUCKA (Lekárovce) - Zaujímajú ma rody Mucka, Lekárovce, okr. Sobrance a Semač, Pinkovce. Jana Mucková, Vihorlatská 1412, 069 01 Snina, e-mail (2004-04-11)
MUCKA (Skalica) - My name is Elena Szabo. I am daughter of Nikolaus Szabo, born in Skalica (Trnava) on September 5, 1907. He was married to Anna Mucka. They had four children in Slovakia. These four children are my half brother, whom I am looking for. I am the only daughter of Mr Szabo´s second marriage, who emmigrated to Argentina (South America) on 1948. I am 55 years old, I am happily married and have 4 children. I live in Argentina and these 4 half brother are my only family ties to my ancestor. I am looking for them since many years ago. May be it is easy to look for the sons and/or daughters (possibly born between 1928-1945) of the couple Nikolaus Szabo and Anna Mucka. Other data is the name of my father´s parents: Giuseppe Szabo and Maria Pastorek (the first names are in Italian as he lived in Italy before coming to Argentina). Elena Szabo. Silvia Delmastro, e-mail (2003-04-14)
MÚČKA - Zaujímam sa o rod Amrich pochádzajúci pravdepodobne zo Zliechova, okr. Ilava. Pri skúmaní som sa dostal do roku 1785, kedy môj predok Štefan Amrich mal sobáš. Koncom 19. storočia sa pri priezvisku Amrich objavila prezývka, resp. bližšie určenie osoby z rodu - Múčka. Od 1. štvrtiny 20. storočia sú všetci potomkovia Amrichovcov po meči Múčkovci (priezvisko Amrich sa prestalo uvádzať). Uvedené sa mi podarilo zistiť v bytčianskom archíve a vo farských matrikách v Zliechove. Iné záujmy: história, matematika. Som autorom knihy Veľké Bielice - história a súčasnosť a spoluautorom knihy  Kanonické vizitácie Cirkvi vo Veľkých Bieliciach z rokov 1776, 1798, 1812 a 1828. Mgr. Peter Múčka, Víťazná 476/34, 958 04 Partizánske, časť Veľké Bielice, e-mail (2004-03-19)
MÚDRY (do 1934 Múdri) – Otec (Ján) a dedo (Ján *1909, +1997 – 8. z 8-ich detí) pochádzajú z Horných Zeleníc, pradedo (Štefan *1858, +1934 – v poradí 9. z 9-tich detí) a prapradedo (František *cca 1819, + ?) pochádzajú z Rišnoviec pri Nitre (do 1920 Alsórécsény). Martin Múdry, Veterná 32, 917 00 Trnava, e-mail, e-mail (2003-11-04)
MÚDRY (Predmier) - Jaroslav Vokoun, e-mail
MUCHA - My father Karol Čelko was born at Domaniža in December 1902. He had two younger sisters. My father’s father was a military man, he had at least another brother, maybe another two brothers – one of them could be a kind of Guard Commander to the Emperor František Jozef. First Čelko’s wife (my grandmother) surname was Mucha. My father left his home around 1914, stayed tripping through Central Europe and in 1924 departed to South America. He died in Argentina in 1981. My mother Anna Majerová was born in 1912 in Pukanec. She arrived to Argentina in 1927. Her father Jozef Majer arrived later. Aunt’s name was Mária Skladanová and had a daughter Ludmila. All this family returned to Czechoslovakia around 1950. I have a younger brother Emilio (63) and a sister vorn afterwards and called Lidia (58). I am now 65 years old. Karol Ernest Celko, Avda. Santa Fe 1984, Piso 7 Depto E., 1127 Buenos Aires, Argentina, e-mail (2000-08-15)
MUCHA (Orlov) -  I would like to find information concerning my wife's ancestors (Mucha & Timochko families) and my ancestors (Dominak, Durik & Fulak families). The Dominak, Durik and Fulak families were from Krásna Hôrka and Habovka, while the Mucha and Timochko families were from Orlov. Robert P. Dominak, 2759 Friar Drive Parma, Ohio 44134, USA, e-mail (2003-04-03)
MUCHA - Searching Krejc, Mucha, Hasior and Bartos. My grandparents are from all within about 60 miles of each other. Three in northern Slovakia and one from south Poland. My mother's mother was from a small village south of Majerka and very near to Kezmarok.  Her father was from N. Ruszbachy. Noreen Hasior, New York, e-mail (2005-04-25)
MUCHA - My family surnames are Jankura, Mucha, Krejc, Bartos, Lipka and Michalcsek. Interested in the areas of Majerka, Liptovska Teplicka and Raslavice. Noreen Hasior, e-mail (2005-08-01)
MUJKOS - Pavel Danko, e-mail (2006-02-10)
MUJKOŠ (Lehota pod Vtáčnikom) - Hľadám informácie o priezvisku Hurtiš, ktoré sa vyskytuje v Lehote pod Vtáčnikom, okres Prievidza. Pred spojením obce sme boli obyvateľmi Malej Lehoty. Pokiaľ viem, mali by sme byť pôvodom z nemeckých Sasov, ale rád by som zistil viac. Tiež by som rád zistil niečo o priezviskách Mujkoš, Vida a Tadial, ktoré sa tiež prevažne vyskytujú v Lehote pod Vtáčnikom. Anton Hurtiš, e-mail (2008-02-11)
MUNDAR - I am looking for the Lejtrichs (americanised Leytrick). Janos married Theressa Kvak. Additional family names Simjak and Mundar. Victoria Hospodar Valentine, e-mail (2006-08-21)
MUNKACHY - I am searching for information about an ennoblement of Stephen Munkachy by Ferdinand III in 1648. Louis Sedlak, 93 West View Dr., Shrewsbury, Penna  17361, USA, e-mail (2009-09-17)
MUNYÁK - Ing. Stanislav Vilček, M. Madáčova 12, 034 01 Ružomberok
MURA - Skúmam rody Reštei, Pereš, Bočkoráš, Mura z Abovskej župy. Ing. Tibor Reštei, Buzinská 18, 040 15 Košice-Šaca, SK, e-mail (2007-03-13) 
MURAJDA - Lukáš Murajda, Ďumbierska 18, 974 11 Banská Bystrica 11 (2000-09-11)
MURANSKÝ - Štefan Domanický, K. Kmeťku 3/37, 010 08 Žilina
MURÁNYI - Skúmam rody Lehotský, Mazan, Murányi. Mgr. Helena Lehotská, Szinnyeiho 8, 945 24 Komárno (2005-10-24)
MURÁNYI - Michal Gľonda, H. Meličkovej 7, 841 05 Bratislava
MURCKO (Plaveč region) - I am interested in any information relating to my Slovak forebearers Murcko and Platko. Art Murcko, e-mail (2000-08-22)
MURCKO (Plaveč) - All four of my grandparents emmigrated to the U.S. late in the 19th or early in 20th centuries  from Plaveč. My paternal grandparents were Steven or Štefan Norko & Christina or Kristina Pekar. Štefan was born in Plaveč on August 9, 1879; Kristina on Sept. 1, 1881. My great grandfather's name was Istoc Norko & he was born in Plaveč in 1864 & died in Bridgeport, CT; his wife's maiden name was Murcko & she too was born in Plaveč. My great grandmother's maiden name was Pekar & she was born in Plaveč; her mother, Anna Duch was born in Plaveč in 1849 & she died there in 1876. My maternal grandparents were Pavel or Pavlo Vitka & Mary Nova (Novajovsky). Pavel was born in Plaveč on November 28, 1881; his wife, Mary was born in Plaveč in 1885. My great grandfather's name was Pavla(?) Vitka & he was born in Plaveč in 1843 & died there in 1896; his wife's maiden name was Anna Mikulik & she was born in Plavec in 1843 & died there in 1888. R. Michael Norko, 19 Conifer Lane, Avon, CT 06001, USA, e-mail (2002-01-03)
MURCKO (Lemešany) - I would like to hear from anyone who is familiar with the Murczko family from Lemesany, Saris, Slovakia. Five brothers; Michael Stephen, Paul, Joseph and Andrew settled in The Bridgeport and New Haven areas of Connecticut, U.S.A. Other surnames associated with this family are Sabina? or Czabina, Kasarda? or Kaczarda, and Vitka. Please send responses to e-mail (2001-03-06)
MURCKO - Persons researching the Surname's Murcko-Mursko-Murczko from various villages in Slovakia to include the places near Presov and who have some connection to Bridgeport, Ct. may contact me regarding possible family ties. Michael W. Mursko, e-mail (2008-12-02)
MURCZKO - Persons researching the Surname's Murcko-Mursko-Murczko from various villages in Slovakia to include the places near Presov and who have some connection to Bridgeport, Ct. may contact me regarding possible family ties. Michael W. Mursko, e-mail (2008-12-02) 
MURCZKO (Lemešany) - I would like to hear from anyone who is familiar with the Murczko family from Lemesany, Saris, Slovakia. Five brothers; Michael Stephen, Paul, Joseph and Andrew settled in The Bridgeport and New Haven areas of Connecticut, U.S.A. Other surnames associated with this family are Sabina? or Czabina, Kasarda? or Kaczarda, and Vitka. Please send responses to e-mail (2001-03-06)
MURIN - My father was born in or near the village of Jedlinka. His name was John (Ivan) buben and he also had a sister that was born there also by the name Mary. His father’s name was Ivan (John) Buben and he married a girl named Suzanna Murin. My mother was born near Polinka (?) and her last name was Purdes. Her father’s name was Gregor Purdes and her mother’s name was Julia Kosytik. She was born about June 27, 1888. She had a step-sister named Anna as her father was married previously to Katarina Rohacs. Anna also had a brother named Teodor who was born May 26, 1878. There were also two daughters that they named Maria and both of them died very early. Their mother (Katarina) died when she was only 30. George Buben e-mail (1999-10-14)
MURSKO - Persons researching the Surname's Murcko-Mursko-Murczko from various villages in Slovakia to include the places near Presov and who have some connection to Bridgeport, Ct. may contact me regarding possible family ties. Michael W. Mursko, e-mail (2008-12-02)
MURTIN (Hložany, Srbsko) - Volám sa Ján Dobrocký, mám 64 rokov a som dôchodca, bol som poľnohospodár. Žijem v Hložanoch (Vojvodina-Srbija) a mám svoju rodinu. Sú to poslední Dobrockí v Juhoslávii, a rád by som bol, keby som si aj ja mohol poskladať svoju  "mozaiku" a hrdo povedať: moji predkovia pochádzajú zo Slovenska. V našej cirkevnej matrike jesto ale nie všetko. Pavel Dobrocký zomrel v Hložanoch 1805, keď dožil 60 rokov. Narodil sa v roku 1745. Ja myslím, že to bolo na Slovensku, ale kde, neviem. Žena sa mu menovala Katarina Dolyč alebo Delyč. Takéhoto priezviska medzi dolnozemskými Slovákmi niet. Kde sa Pavel a Katarína sobášili? V roku 1795 ženili svojho syna Pavla v Hložanoch a mladucha sa menovala Zuzana Murtin a jej otec Adam. Takéto priezvisko v Hložanoch jestvuje. Mladší Pavel, kde sa narodil? Možno predpokladať, že je narodený 1777, ale kde? A jeho otec Pavel a Katarína mali ešte deti, ale kde? Píšem tento list a hľadám pomoc. Žijem v nádeji, že voľačo nájdem. Jan Dobrocky, 21412 Gložany, Srbija. e-mail (2007-04-09)
MUSKO (Zemplín county) - I am interested in families Musko and Klebon. George Rainey, e-mail (2002-01-17)
MUTANJAK (Námestovo-Slanica) - Joannes Kujanik and Maria Mutanjak, children: Josef (b. 1875), Joannes (b. 1878) and Ignatius (b. 1881). All three brothers emigrated to the USA around 1903; Joannes and Ignatius relocated to Canada, we're not sure what happened to Josef. The sons spent some time in and around Perth Amboy, NJ. What was the village of Slanica is now called Slanický Ostrov. Brad Middleton, e-mail (2007-03-08)
MüLLER (Gelnica) - Mein verstorbener Ehemann, Alexander Müller, wurde am 19.12.1929 in Göllnitz (Gelnica) geboren. Er hat seinen Vater nicht gekannt, da seine Mutter Wilma Wagner (geborene Müller), geboren am 14.11.1919 in Göllnitz, das eisige Schweigen nie gebrochen hat. Der Vater von Wilma hieß Zigmund Müller, geb. am 09.09.1882 in Gelnica, verst. 1968. Die Mutter hieß Theresa, geb. Kandra, geb. 25.04.1882 in Gelnica. Sie hatten 7 Kinder: Alsbeta, Berta, Wilma, Ilonka (Helena), Marie, Irene und Albert. Zwei davon starben schon im Kindesalter. Können Sie uns helfen, wer der Vater von Alexander war? Rita Hoim, e-mail (2015-03-04)