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1869 Hungarian Census - Plavec Slovakia

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1869 Hungarian Census - Plavec Slovakia

Posted: 6 May 2009 5:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pekar, Woytek, Androsky, Norko
1869 Hungarian Census can be found on microfilm from the Church of the Latter Day Saints and sent to your local LDS library. Here are a couple of families from Plavec, Slovakia.
House 66 - There were 7 families living in this house. A total of 34 people. The first three families listed have the surname of KOSRTUSKO the next four are PEKAR
This census is handwritten so it is sometimes difficult to read. It includes a lot of information however it is in Hungarian. Given names are the Hungarian spelling.
PEKAR, Andras B: 1823
NORKO, Essa B: 1840 wife
PEKAR, Theresa B: 1861
PEKAR, Maria B: 1863 (married Joseph Woytek)
PEKAR, Kasalin B: 1866
PEKAR, Essa B: 1868(I believe this is my gg grandmother
Elizabeth Pekar who married Joseph Menosky.)
another family is the same house #66
PEKAR, Pal B: 1830
DOORSSUR, Zusie B: 1840 wife (not sure of spelling)
PEKAR, Pal B: 1858
PEKAR, Janos B: 1862
PEKAR, Maria B: 1863
PEKAR, Istvan B: 1868
another family is the same house #66
PEKAR, Janos B: 1835
PEKAR, Anna B: 1840 wife
PEKAR, Janos B: 1865
PEKAR, Maria B: 1869
Another family in in the same house #66
PEKAR, Mihaly B: 1840
FIGLAR, Anna B: 1847 wife
PEKAR, Zusana B: 1867
PEKAR, Vinse B: 1869

My great grandmother Elizabeth Pekar also went by the name of Baker on some documents. There is another sister born after 1869 named Anna. She married Thomas Androsky. Many in this family lived in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Cities, Westover, Glen Campbell and Arcadia. Elizabeth eventually moved to Flint, Michigan.

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