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Possible town of origin transcribed "Winza" by German listmaster

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Re: Possible town of origin transcribed "Winza" by German listmaster

Posted: 13 Oct 2013 9:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Possible to see more of the manifest? No need if is clearly written as Winza.

Just because of the surname and a similar sound in location I'm pointing out the ones from E.I.
Sutey, Maria Weinitz, Austria 22 1891 1913
Sutej, Johann Venica 36 1869 1905
Sutej, Josefa Veintz 55, Austria 25 1884 1909
Sutej, Maria Viniza 19 1883 1902

Malic, Bara Wemitz 37 1870 1907
Malic, Jvana Weinitz 17 1882 1899
Malic, Nicola Weintz 56 1846 1902
Malic, Theresia Wemitz 16 1891 1907
Malic, Ana Vinica 20 1879 1899
Malic, Bara Vinica, Carmola 17 1895 1912
Malic, Marija Vinica, Austria 19 1894 1913
Malic, Matija Vinice, Austria 25 1884 1909
Malic, Maty Vinica 45 1856 1901
The ones that I looked on, not many, were going to Pennsylvania.

S^UTEJ and MALIC^ in Vinica's phone book. Of course this proves nothing just that the surname is found there.

http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/digkonyv/topo/3felmeres.htm
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/digkonyv/topo/200e/32-46.jpg right side margin 4 lines below large 21 inward to LAIBACH [Ljubljana]
All we can do is try to find a location similar to Winza spelling on the Lazarus map.
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glgarlock 14 Oct 2013 2:49AM GMT 
ZlaticaBeca 14 Oct 2013 3:50AM GMT 
glgarlock 14 Oct 2013 1:44PM GMT 
ZlaticaBeca 14 Oct 2013 1:57PM GMT 
glgarlock 14 Oct 2013 5:16PM GMT 
ZlaticaBeca 14 Oct 2013 5:44PM GMT 
glgarlock 14 Oct 2013 7:49PM GMT 
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