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Farago, Salvatore /or Palma

Farago, Salvatore /or Palma

AnthoniR (View posts)
Posted: 13 Aug 1999 5:52AM GMT
I would like any information on Palma (b. 1897) or Salvatore (b. approx. 1850 - 1870).


Patrick Opipari (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2000 10:56AM GMT
I am reseaching family name of Farago, from the town of Zagarise, Calabria Italy.
Is there any connection?

research of Farago family name

Tom Faragoi (View posts)
Posted: 21 Oct 2000 1:47PM GMT
My last name is FARAGOI, with great grandparents from Calabria. Immigrated late 19th century. I will check with family members for exact details, but good chance its the same family.
Tom Faragoi

Farago Ancestory

Paula Jackson Farago (View posts)
Posted: 10 Nov 2000 6:32PM GMT
Hi, My husband grandfather (Joseph Farago) came to America as a small child from Hungary. It is my understanding that the name Farago was changed from its original Hungarian spelling (Fortago - spelling ??) but the pronunciation was as it appears. Maybe we're related - maybe not.


Phil Sohoza (View posts)
Posted: 3 Dec 2000 10:49AM GMT
My great grandfathers name was Joseph Farago,too. He came here from Hungary in the late 1800's. born 2-25-1866 died 2-14-1918.His wife my ggrandma Elizabeth Farago born 1869 died 1936 both are burried here in michigan. Her maiden name was Popye or Papa ,you know how spellings get you have any more info on Farago's?


Judy (View posts)
Posted: 11 Dec 2000 4:02PM GMT
My husband's family are Farago's from Timisoara, Romania which was part of Hungary before WWII. I believe there are quite a number of people named "Farago" in Hungary and Romania. Though, I believe that my husband's family is rather small and related to very few other people with the last name.

Farago Ancestory

Posted: 17 Oct 2001 7:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Jul 2003 11:20PM GMT
You said that your husband's grandfather, Joseph FARAGO, came to America as a small child from Hungary. I wonder if there is a family connection here. Could your Joseph be the father of my Roselia?
John LUTRI married Roselia FARAGO in Hungary. She was an only child, or only living child.
Their first son was named Joseph, born in Hungary.
Joseph and his father came to Canada in 1900.
Roselia and my grandmother came in 1902.

Re: Farago

Maria de Farago Botella (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2004 2:42PM GMT
Classification: Query

My granfather came from Arad...just few km from Timisoara. He arrived in Spain (where I am from) in the 30's and married my grandmother in Barcelona. You are the closest Farago link I have found.

Let me know more about you.
Posted: 28 Aug 2004 6:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: farago - rubasch - schneider
gggrand father was from gyarmata 14km n.e. of temesvar -
timmisora. his name was peter farago born 2-8-1863 to u.s.
1907. sister staid and was alive in 1950
Posted: 11 Apr 2005 9:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: farago
joan farago arad 1795 from spain commander 104th regement
farago gyarmata 1810 +-
frank farago 1830 - lived temesvar gyarmata 1848
peter farago 1863 - " " " ] butchr
george farago " " ] brothersshoes
farago " " ] pharmy
this families generations had many children - they live in arad
temesvar - budapest and some other cities. peter was in the
meat or buther bisuness, the slauter house was in gyarmata
the bucther shops were in many cities operated by cousins & uncles
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