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Re: KURANKO

Posted: 16 May 2004 11:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2006 8:35AM GMT
Jerry

It seems what I posted it is the place that you should be searching.
Up to 1918 the records would say Austria or Hungary. After the fall of the empire several new countries were formed and one was Czechoslovakia which in 1993 separated into Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. That is what you have in that misspelled name of a country which I will not be typing it out.

Was your grandfather Greek Catholic / Byzantine Catholic?
Cebini sounds like Cabiny.
The LDS-Mormons (Family History Center) website is listing Greek Catholic church records of Vysne Cabiny. You can order the films and gather ancestral information off of them.
www.bmi.net/jjaso to familiarize yourself with church wording.
www.iabsi.com/gen/public

We do not use middle name in Slovak Republic. So far no need for them. Different system of paperwork.

www.spectacularslovakia.sk
www.triptoslovakia.com
www.village.sk
www.our-slovakia.com
www.centroconsult.sk
http://slovakia.eunet.sk
www.slovakia.org
www.tccweb.org
www.c-rs.org
www.ncsml.org
www.cgsi.org
www.slovaklinks.com
www.slovakfolkcrafts.com
www.slovakinstitute.com
www.rusin.sk/index.html

Andras Kuranko was going to Renovo, Pa and Janos Kuranko was going to Delancey Pa. Both of them passed thru Ellis Island. You can check out their manifests. You do need to register, no money is involved.
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Jerry Kuranko 17 May 2004 4:53AM GMT 
ZBeca 17 May 2004 5:26AM GMT 
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