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Mark Hoferitza: First Names
What is the relationship between the name Mihaly and Milka? Is one a diminutive of the other?

Also, what is the Slovak name of Kojso in Szepes?

Also, I've heard that women would use their maiden name when travelling. If they came through Ellis Island or any other entry point with children, would the children use the maiden name as well?

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Mark Hoferitza
29/03/2004, 01:35:49
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Zlatica : Re: First Names
Mark,

Mihaly (Magyar) is a male form of Michal (Slovak).
Milka is a diminutive female form for Ludmila.

What do you mean : Slovak name of Kojso in Szepes? :
The surname is KOJS'O and Szepes is in Magyar and in Slovak Spis.
29/03/2004, 02:52:18
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Mark Hoferitza: Place Name
I sent a message yesterday and I think I was unclear in what I was asking. I found a town name in the Ellis Island index. It is Kojso, Hungary. Is this town in Slovakia?
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Mark
29/03/2004, 17:44:19
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Zlatica : Re: Place Name
Mark

The present town of KOJS'OV in the Spis region of Slovak Republic had the name Kojso, Kolscho, Kojskow, Kojscho, Koischdor, Koyssow.
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910 click on Szepes. Locate a town of Golniczbanya and South-East is Kojso

http://mapy.atlas.sk for present name of a town in SK
29/03/2004, 18:11:18
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Gitelman: Simkovics
I am looking for information on relatives of my wife's paternal grandfather, Sophie (Zissl Gitl) Simkovics who emigrated from NAgy Berezna (Velke Berezna) to Detroit, Michigan around 1910.
02/03/2006, 21:04:35
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Danziger: Re: Simkovics
I have much information on Sophie Simkovics (now Simkovitz) in Detroit. She married Elek Harry Sudelmitzky. Elek changed his surname to Cohen and then to Cern.

I have information on some of Sophie's siblings but little on her parents. I would appreciate an exchange of information.

Helen
17/07/2008, 17:22:34
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ukee7777
all 4 of my grandparents were ukranian. my grandmother, ana, named my mom Melina, after a czech opera singer im told. is melina the same as ludmila? im confused-my grandmother called my mom by the dimunitive milka. unfortunately my mom was called mildred-i think thats awful. could you help me figure this out please? i think its really cool that baba was ana, my mom was melina, and my name is melanie. they are sort of related arent they? please help. thanks for your time and attention.
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30/06/2011, 04:45:30
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Zlatica : names
ukee7777

I don't think Melina is a Czech name but try
MELÁNIE f Czech
Czech form of MELANIE
http://www.behindthename.com/nm/m4.php

LUDMI£A f Polish
Polish form of LUDMILA

LUDMILA f Czech
Means "favour of the people" from the Slavic elements lyud "people" and mil "gracious, dear"... [more]

LUDMILLA f Russian, Bulgarian
Variant transcription of LYUDMILA

You might want to post this question on http://genforum.genealogy.com/ukraine/
05/07/2011, 02:36:31
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