I respond to your Email regarding one of your queries, but for some reason the mail came back to me. Perhaps you mailbox was full?
Here is what I wrote:
> Hello ?
> A search for variations of SLEYZAK found none arr from "Yugoslavia".
> Yugoslavia only existed from 1929 to 1991, a short period. Did your GPs
> during that period? If not then they possibly came from Slovenia,
> Bosnia, Montenegro, Serbia or Macedonia, countries which made up
> "Yugoslavia." Do you have something recorded which says he was came from
> Yugoslavia? US documents written during the years mentioned above would
> then state "Yugoslavia". The actual place would have been on the
> mentioned above.
> The surname variations are listing Race of People as Slovak or Polish in
> most cases. Slovaks have lived in Croatia for several centuries and there
> are still villages there which are mostly Slovak. The surname SLEZAK is
> found in Croatia and there are a few listings for KRUPANJSKI, KRUPANSKI
> KRUPANJSKY (sounds like krrrooponyskee)
> A bit more info may help IE when did they arrive in the US? Where did
> settle? What language did they speak?
> John = Ivan, Ivo, Ivica, Janko in Croatian
> John = Jan in Slovak
> Robert Jerin
> Croatian Heritage Museum
> Cleveland, Ohio