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Otsn: Varga family
My grandfather, Josef Varga, was born in Hungary in March of 1879. He came to the U.S. in 1902.(Yes, I've check Ellis Island records-no luck). We have been told he was born in the Budapest area. My father says he did not say alot about his life in Hungary. He did say his family had a vineyard, raised black Arabian horses, made and bottled their own wine. He had 7 brothers and 3 sisters. We do not know their names. He served in the Crown Guard in 1900. I wrote to the present Crown Guard and they do not have records before WWI. My grandmother, Julia Nemeth worked in the palace in Budapest as the head pastry chef. She died when my father was 4, so very little is known about her family history. I've been researching since 1999 and no luck. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Any suggestions? Thank you,
Judi
03/08/2003, 20:51:32
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Varga Boti
Én magam is Varga vagyok, a család az 1900-as évek elehjén költözött ki Andrásfalváról, aztan Dévára mentek, végül Bihardiószegre, de a nagyobb gyerekek továbbmentek Bácskába, majd vissza Magyarországra.Én Varga Gyula unokája vagyok, a legkisebb a 10 gyerek közül, aki megismeri bennem a családját, kérem írjon'
Előre is köszönöm
Boti
19/10/2003, 15:40:28
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Varga Boti
Én magam is Varga vagyok, a család az 1900-as évek elehjén költözött ki Andrásfalváról, aztan Dévára mentek, végül Bihardiószegre, de a nagyobb gyerekek továbbmentek Bácskába, majd vissza Magyarországra.Én Varga Gyula unokája vagyok, a legkisebb a 10 gyerek közül, aki megismeri bennem a családját, kérem írjon'
Előre is köszönöm
Boti
19/10/2003, 15:40:51
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Otsn: Varga family
Varga Boti,
Koszonom for writing! Below is a translation of your reply a friend provided. I don't speak or read Hungarian, sorry. Where is Andrafalva, Deva and Bihardioszek? Does any of my family history sound familiar to you? Did you have a Joseph Varga in your family line who served in the Crown Guard (my grandfather)? We do not have the names of my grandfather's brothers and sisters, so I don't know if we are related to your Gyula. I would love to hear from you again
Judi

I am a Varga also. The family emigrated from Andrafalva in the 1900's. Then
they moved to Deva and finally to Bihardioszeg. The older kids moved on to
Bacska, and back to Hungary. I am the grandson of Gyula (Julius) Varga, the
youngest of ten. if you recognize your family ties in this please write.
thanks
Boti

20/10/2003, 05:05:59
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Otsn: Varga family
Varga Boti,
Koszonom for writing! Below is a translation of your reply a friend provided. I don't speak or read Hungarian, sorry. Where is Andrafalva, Deva and Bihardioszek? Does any of my family history sound familiar to you? Did you have a Joseph Varga in your family line who served in the Crown Guard (my grandfather)? We do not have the names of my grandfather's brothers and sisters, so I don't know if we are related to your Gyula. I would love to hear from you again
Judi

I am a Varga also. The family emigrated from Andrafalva in the 1900's. Then
they moved to Deva and finally to Bihardioszeg. The older kids moved on to
Bacska, and back to Hungary. I am the grandson of Gyula (Julius) Varga, the
youngest of ten. if you recognize your family ties in this please write.
thanks
Boti

20/10/2003, 05:06:38
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Zlatica : Re: Varga family
The only VARGA in my family tree is thru marriage. My cousin's daughter married a Varga in Slovak Republic.

Possible that your Andrafalva might be Andrasfalva?
The town of Bihardioszeg is in Bihar megye / county and at present in Romania. The town of Deva seems to be in Romania and in Serbia.
www.jewisghen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm
The old 1910 Hungarian megye map is at :
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910

www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ESE/dsinfo.htm

20/10/2003, 05:52:42
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Varga Botond: Re: Varga family
> Dear Judi!
I'm was surprised with your letter!(excuse me for I don't speak well=20
english!)Bihardioszeg is in Romania, near the bord from hungary,=20
romanian name is Diosig, Bihar country. Deva is in the south of=20
Transilvania, Andrasfalva is in Bukovina , the northest part of Romania,=20
andrasfalva's romanian name is Andreeni.What is your religion,=20
because my family is reformate. Tomorroww I will go to Dioszeg, and I=20
will questiond my grandfather, probably he hards from Varga Jozsef, if=20
he was the same Varga, then us!
Thanks for writing
Boti
20/10/2003, 19:45:23
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Varga Botond: Re: Varga family
> Dear Judi!
I'm was surprised with your letter!(excuse me for I don't speak well=20
english!)Bihardioszeg is in Romania, near the bord from hungary,=20
romanian name is Diosig, Bihar country. Deva is in the south of=20
Transilvania, Andrasfalva is in Bukovina , the northest part of Romania,=20
andrasfalva's romanian name is Andreeni.What is your religion,=20
because my family is reformate. Tomorroww I will go to Dioszeg, and I=20
will questiond my grandfather, probably he hards from Varga Jozsef, if=20
he was the same Varga, then us!
Thanks for writing
Boti
20/10/2003, 19:45:36
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Zlatica,
Koszonom for your reply. Sounds like the Varga's are all over Eastern Europe.
Koszonom for the map sites!
Judi
21/10/2003, 04:19:06
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Boti,
Thanks again for writing. Your English is so much better than my Hungarian! :-)
It sounds like most of your Varga family (csalad?) migrated to Romania. Do you know why?
You mentioned the younger children (gyerek?) moved back to Hungary. When did they move back?
You asked my religion. I am a Methodist. My grandfather Josef (Jozef?) raised my father and his five sisters Catholic. My grandmother, Julia Szuras Nemeth was also a Catholic. What is reform? Is it refomate Jewish? I have often wondered if our family was originally Jewish and my grandfather left Hungary to avoid persecution. I know there are Varga's that are Jewish. That would be exciting and interesting to know!
I know very little about the family in Hungary except they owned land, had a vineyard, bottled their own wine and raised black Arabian horses. They did all their own work since the family was so large. My grandfather Josef Varga was born in March of 1879 in Hungary. He was in the Crown Guard in 1900 and came to America in 1902. We do not know the name of his 3 sisters and 7 brothers.
I will be interested to know what your grandfather says.
Koszonom for writing!
Judi
21/10/2003, 04:46:56
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vet: kérdés
Kedves Boti!

Az én ükapám V. János tudomásom szerint Bihardiószegen született 1872-ben (felesége Diószegi Júliann), nem tudom hány gyerekük volt, csak azt hogy dédapámat Varga Jánosnak hívták és Nagysármásra költözött (Kolozs megye) ahol feleségül vette Linka Bertát. Egyébként reformátusok voltak.

Üdv.: Varga Endre
27/10/2003, 21:26:24
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Varga Botond: Re: kérdés
Koszonom a levelet!
Sajnos asszem nem vagyunk rokonok,, mivel abban az idoben a csalad meg a bukovinai Andrasfalvan lakott, de azert koszonom a levelet1
Me annyi, mindenki szamara, hogy a csalad birtokaban van egy 1911-es Karoli biblia, amit ukapam, Varga Szilveszter Kasler Petertol kapott, bocsanatkeres gyanant(?)
udv mindenkinek
Boti
29/10/2003, 11:24:47
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Otsn: Re: kérdés
Kedves Boti,
I was wondering if you heard from your grandfather about your family history. Also the reformate church you talked about - is that Hungarian Reformed? I have heard of Reformed Jewish, but didn't know until recently that there was a Hungarian Reformed church. There is one in my area of the U.S.
I have had so much trouble researching my Varga family for the last 3 years, the one place I haven't researched is the possibility that our Varga's in Hungary were Jewish born.
Koszonom,
Judi


29/10/2003, 18:17:58
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Varga Botond: Re: kérdés
Dear Judi!
Thanks for the letter.The reformate church is the reformed church.this is a protestant religion.
in my family i don't have jewwish.
Good by-Viszontlátásra
Boti
30/10/2003, 12:14:01
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Otsn: Re: kérdés
Boti,
I think you misunderstood. Sorry my Hungarian is so limited.
My father's family was raised Catholic. I only recently learned that reform can also refer to protestant religion as well as Jewish.
As far as I know, we do not have Jewish people in our family. but I have started looking into that possibility because there is a Jewish Genealogy site that has Vargas listed.
I have searched and searched for Varga family members in Hungary since 1999 with no luck. Looking into the possiblilty that our ancestors may have been Jewish is my newest way of researching the family in Hungary.
Thank you,
Judi
02/11/2003, 18:48:00
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Minera: Csepany
Hello:
Anyone have any information regarding Csepany (Csepari, Csepanyi)family from the district of Hevesmegye? Also from Eger city or area? The names were sometimes hypenated as the original family name was Csepany. My grandmother lived in Budapest and she also had a sister named Agnes(although I believe it was a given name when she joined the nunnery in Jaszbereny)Possibly her true name was Elizabeth. I am looking for connections to relatives in Eger or in Hevesmegye district.
04/11/2003, 04:40:49
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Marie: Varga
My Grandfather Pal Varga was born 09JAN1895 in Sarszent Lorincz to Istvan and Zsuzsanna (nee Drinozci). He is the brother of Istvan, Jozsef and Janos. He also had a sister Susan who died at an early age. Pal immigrated to the United States in 1911. His father died in Sarszent Lorincz on 01SEP1919.

If anyone has any connection or information about this family, please contact me.

Thank you,
Marie
05/11/2003, 03:42:09
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Zlatica : Re: Varga
The town of Sarszentlorincz falls into the Tolna megye.
The old 1910 Hungarian megye map is at :
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910

The Hungarian phone site is at :
www.matav.hu/tudakozo and a VARGA lists in Szentlorinckata

www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator

www.stevemorse.org to locate by a village,

8 DRINOCZIs passed thru Ellis Island and 4 were from Sarszentlorincz.

Check LDS-Mormons (Family History Center) website if they have church records from this town which you can order and gather ancestral information off of.
05/11/2003, 05:10:07
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vet: Re: Csepany

kiscsepcsényi Csépányi

www.vfmk.hu/vfek/orosz/orosz05.htm
www.vfmk.hu/vfek/orosz/045.htm
18/11/2003, 20:41:52
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kocs: Re: Varga family
Dear Judi,
Many passenger names of Ellis Island records were misspelled.
Try a new search with Joseph, Jozef, Jozsef and Vargha variants,
I got a lot of matches for them.
For Nemeth side of your ancestors, please contact -d-o-t-
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
Janos from Transylvania (Romania
22/12/2003, 14:32:58
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Béla: Varga-Keszei marriage
I am searching for the family of Erzsebet Varga of Vamoscsalad, Vas County, Hungary. She married to Ferenc Keszei. They had several children: Istvan, Terezia, Imre etc. Terezia Keszei was born in 1860, Vamoscsalad, Vas County, Hungary.
22/12/2003, 17:19:25
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Dear Janos,
Thank you for your reply. I will try your suggestion of trying other spellings.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you!
Judi
23/12/2003, 06:36:12
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Zlatica : Re: Varga family
Judi

It is possible that your ancestor could have come thru other port like Baltimore, Boston, Philadephia, Galveston or Canada if you can not locate his manifest on Ellis Island website.

If you are sure that he did pass thru EI and so far you have not found the manifest, try with this website
www.stevemorse.org
www.jewishgen.org/databases/EIDB/ellis.html
23/12/2003, 07:40:16
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello Judi:
Was your grandfather born IN Budapest? Would he have mentioned in what district?? The district would have records of births etc. and possibly there would be church records also if he was babptized etc. If I remember correctly the part where the castle is it was known as Buda (the older area of Budapest)
Lisa
23/12/2003, 08:15:12
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Csaba: re Varga
Dear Varga...
First of all, just to make clear, my ancesters are Szekely, and originaly came from MADEFALVA (today in Romania) Erdely, after big uprasing, 1764, they vent with lot of Szekely family to Moldavia, Bako, and shortly after, in between 1777-1786 they satled in ANDRASFALVA in Bukovina. They had being there till 1883, when mooved again to HERTELENDYFALVA and SZEKEYKEVE (Djurdjova) in today Vojvodina, Serbia. From Bukovina, Andrasfalva and four more vilages all Szekelys mooved away in 1888,1892,1900,1910 to DEVA-Romania; 1905 to Marosludas-Romania, 1941 to Bacska-Vojvodina-Serbia and from there, Bacska in 1944 to Hungary,Baranya (TOLNA,ZALA,VESZPREM).
My direct relatives are now in Szekeykeve-Vojvodina,Serbia, also I have relatives from DEVA, but now they are in Australia. For all other relatives I realy do not know, only I can conect trough this informations what I have. Also I have some names, my grengrenfather, which can conect me further back. If some of you have a same back ground let me know than we can talk about.
I am in Canada, but next year probably I am going to visit Erdely.
Regards, Laslo Varga
23/12/2003, 20:43:01
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Varga Botond: Re: re Varga
Dear Varga Laszlo!

I am very happy, because my relatives,specially my grandfathers parents are from Deva. My grandfathers mother was born in Hertelendyfalva,her name was Nagy Rozalia.My grandfather has 9 brothers and sisters. Now he lives in Bihardioszeg, in Romania near Nagyvarad city(to nord from this city)
If we are relatives I hope we spoke a lot of, and I hope you speak hungarian, because I don't speak well english.
I wish you happy neww year!
Varga Boti
29/12/2003, 10:24:32
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fg: Re: re Varga

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01/03/2004, 18:42:37
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judo_ka: Re: re Varga
Szia Botond!

Ne haragudj, hogy ezzel zavarlak, de nincs véletlenül Varga Ferenc a rokonságodban? A dédmamám 3. "férje" Varga Ferenc volt, de csak annyit tudok, hogy kb. 1931-ben halt meg. Két gyerekük volt József és Julianna, mindkettő az anyuka nevét (Murányi) vitte tovább.

Ha ismerős a név, kérlek válaszolj.

Köszönöm.

Judo
04/03/2004, 19:37:52
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Varga Botond: Re: re Varga
Kedves Judo
Utánagondolva annak, amit írtál, nem tartom valószínűnek, hogy közeli rokonok lennénk, ugyanis volt nagyapámnak Ferenc nevű testvére, de 1931-ben még serdülő korú lehetett.
Jó keresgélést továbbra is,
üdv
Boti
04/03/2004, 22:10:29
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judo_ka: Re: re Varga
Szia Boti!

Köszi a gyors választ.
Neked is sok sikert a keresgéléshez.

Szia,

Judo
04/03/2004, 22:22:18
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Pityu
hello mindenki!
Pálmonostori Vargákat keresek hogy kapcsolatot tudjak velük felvenni.A nagyapám ott élt de meghalt és az ő őseire lennék kíváncsi.
Köszönöm
07/03/2004, 22:10:32
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Beth Long: Andrasfalva
Hello Boti,

I have a lot of information about the church records of Andrasfalva, Bukovina. So does my friend Laszlo Rudolf in Bataszek. You can write to him (in Hungarian) at rlaszlo -a-t- freemail.hu -d-o-t-

What is the name and the approximate birthdate of the Varga ancestor who was born in Andrasfalva? I can see if I can find them in my records.

Beth Long
13/03/2004, 01:56:21
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Csaba: Re: Andrasfalva
Hi,
I am getting mail from time to time from radix forum, and this last one is giving me hope that I can go further in search for my ancestors.
Actuali my grandfather is born in Andrasfalva-Bukovina in 1894 september 26th. His father was Jozeph Varga (Anna-mother) and his mother was Veronika David (child of Joseph and Roza Sebesteny) also from Andrasfalva.
Also I have information from "Testimonium ortus & baptismi".
Number is 360/II, book # IX, page 49 #71, also house where they lived is # 24 and baptism was on september 29th. 1894., and the prist name was J.Kubafsek.
I can't go further and if you can help me anyway, to find my ancestors further, maybe even far as is Madefalva in 1774?
Can you please take a look in church records which you have and give some information?
Thanks!
Laszlo Varga

Hello.
En Canadaba lakok az utolso 12 eve es az ellot YU-ba laktam (Szekeykeve-Banat-Vajdasag).
Sajnos magyarul nem irok ep legjobban de hiszem el lehett olvasni, vagyis megerteni.
Szeretnem megtudni tobbet az oseimrol. Hatra amenyit birok menni, amitt tudok az oreg apamrol van, hogy szuletet Szeptember 26.1894be Andrasfalvan-Bukovina, dedoreg apam Jozsef(Anna az anya), dedoreganyam Veronika David (Jozsef es Rozsa Sebesteny gyereke)
Oregapam szuletese benne van a konyvbe kinek a (360/II) szama IX,49ik oldal, 71ik sor(?).
az egyhaz konyveibe bisztos van tobb.
Ha valaki bir segiteni, koszonom,
Laszlo Varga
14/03/2004, 19:19:17
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Beth Long: Bukovina and Deva
Hello Laszlo,

Saw your post; For about five years (together with a Hungarian researcher), I've been working on a database of Bukovina Szekely and their descendants. Our database now has over 30,000 people in it.

Laszlo Rudolf, my Hungarian friend and colleague, has a special interest in the Szekely who migrated to Vojvodina, and has made many research trips there.

Later this year, we are hoping to make a trip to Deva and start entering the data of the 600 families who settled there.

You can contact me at bethlong3 -a-t- yahoo -d-o-t- com or Laszlo Rudolf at rlaszlo@freemail.hu.

Beth Long
18/03/2004, 17:01:22
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Beth Long: Re: Andrasfalva
Hi Laszlo,

I got the e-mail you sent me, but my reply to you "bounced". Please send me your mailing address, so I can send you the ancestor family tree of Andras Varga.

If you send me the data on his wife and children also, I will enter it into our database.

Beth
23/03/2004, 03:35:14
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andras: Re: Varga family
do you know any of jozsef varga's brothers or sisters names, my great grandfather was Istvan Varga and I think he had three sisters and total seven brothers.
23/03/2004, 04:38:49
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Beth Long: Re: Varga family
Are we talking about Jozsef Varga, born April 5, 1863 in Andrasfalva, Bukovina? If so, I have only the name of his mother, Anna Varga, as he was an illegitimate child.

Beth Long
23/03/2004, 05:11:43
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Andras,
Unfortunately, I do not know the names of my grandfather Josef (Jozsef's?) brothers and sisters. My grandfather talked very little about his life in Hungary.
Where in Hungary was your great grandfather from? Did his family have a vineyard and raise horses?
Thank you,
Judi
23/03/2004, 22:59:48
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Beth,
My grandfather was born on March 13, 1879, so I don't think it's the same Jozsef Varga.
Thanks,
Judi
23/03/2004, 23:01:28
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Zlatica,
First of pardon my very late reply. My father of Hungarian decent passed away in October 2003, so I haven't been online much since then.
We had always heard he came through Ellis Island, but it would be worth it to check other ports. Thanks for the suggestion!
Judi
23/03/2004, 23:06:39
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Lisa,
Sorry for my late reply. Have not been online much. We don't know for sure if my grandfather was born in Budapest. His family had a vineyard, so I'm not sure where in the Budapest area there would have been vineyards. I've heard at one time there was.
Again, sorry for the late reply, Thanks for your suggestions.
Judi
23/03/2004, 23:11:24
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judy:
The old Castle district had vineyards, some privately owned.
24/03/2004, 18:44:34
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Minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
Actually, I have seen some artist drawings of Budapest in the 1800's and they showed people tending to their vineyards. The castle was in the background on the hill so I am thinking they were in a different district than the actual castle. Each 'district' usually kept their own records. I myself was born in the Rakospalota district which would be on the OTHER side of the Danube. I am assuming some of the areas around what is now Budapest were later annexed to the city as was Rakospalota. The area you are looking at near the castle which is still there, would probably be the old Buda area, such as Janoshegy etc.
24/03/2004, 18:56:06
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Minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
As you mentioned your family worked in the castle itself and as one of the guards. My guess would be they must have lived in the area near the castle as commuting was not that easy back in those days except by carriage or horseback. Perhaps you could do a search for some old maps of Budapest. It is sad that people move and looze touch with family, which is why I try to keep in touch with my relatives in Budapest. My mother's family was from the Eger/Hevesmegye area and she died in 1991 (in Budapest) and my brother in 1995, and most of her family are deceased also. So it is a bit difficult to track her side of the family. My great aunt who died in 1978 was a great family historian. She lived in a convent in Jaszbereny, and even with my information on hand it is still very difficult finding information about the cousins I used to correspond with in my youth. I wish you luck, but it can be discouraging sometimes.
24/03/2004, 19:05:12
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Minera: Re: kérdés
Hi
The Hungarian Reform church was/is a protestant religion, not affiliated with the Jewish religion. My mother was Catholic and my father belonged to the Reformatus church when they married. I was baptized in the Reformatus church in the Rakospalota district, but later converted to the Catholic religion. When I married my husband who is also Catholic, I received copies of both of my baptism certificates from Budapest. There are still church records that would probably help find information as to who was baptised and when, including godparents (as in my case)although most birth records are probably kept by the main government offices.
24/03/2004, 19:13:26
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Minera: Re: kérdés
Hi Judi:
If your grandfather was Reformatus he was not Jewish but protestant. Varga is a very common name in Hungary, so that makes it all the more difficult to find information. If you have a birth place the LDS site has a lot of information you can probably access for birth/baptism/death records in all religions in Hungary. Good luck in your search :)
24/03/2004, 19:19:09
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Otsn: Re: kérdés
Minera,
Thank your for all your replies! There's a wealth of information in them.
My grandfather and grandmother were actually raised Catholic, as was my father. Where in Budapest could I get their baptism or birth records. I have no idea which district in Budapest they are from. I have been to the LDS site many times and do not remember birth/baptism/death records for Hungary. Is there a link?
Like you said, Varga is a very common name in Hungary and the search can be very discouraging. I haven't done much since my father died, but I want to get back to it. Again, thanks for your kind information.
Judi
28/03/2004, 05:27:07
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Minera: Re: kérdés
Hi Judi:
You say your grandparents were raised Catholic? If they were born in Hungary, and baptised there the records would be kept by the church where they were baptised. Another question. When did they leave Hungary? Under the communist regime everyone had and identification number and a book
' szemelyi igazolvany' that they carried with them. They have numbers in them. If they left after the papers were mandatory the birth place could be easily traced, as would parent's names etc. I am just wondering. I will look into the other question of birth certificate information for Budapest, but most of the records would probably be archived before certain years. I will get back to you though. Good luck
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Wnovak: Re: Rakospalota
I see one respondant was born in Rakospalota. I have family there by the names of STEFANCSIK and BELTECZKY. Do you know them? My uncle, Lajos STEFANCSIK lived on Enekes utca and my cousins Jozsef BELTECZKY lives today on Kemeny Istvan utca. When I was doing my graduate studies in Budapest in the 1970s, I spent a lot of time there.

Bill Novak
28/03/2004, 06:54:54
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Minera: Re: Rakospalota
Hi Bill:
I was born in Rakospalota. I am not sure of the exact street address as those areas were torn down and replaced with tenement appartment buildings. My grandmother who died in 1989, lived just west of the tenement apartments on Oroszlany utca (which is also scheduled to be torn down)The street itself was very narrow.My mother moved to Szocs Aron Utca, and lived there until she died in 1991. Unfortunately, Rakospalota is a huge place so I probably do not know the persons whom you are referring to. I have heard of Kemeny Istvan utca.
28/03/2004, 09:19:24
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Minera: Re: kérdés
Hi Judi:
The Castle District or Varnegyed is in the Buda part of Budapest. The castle is situated on Castle Hill. The original castle itself was destroyed by the Turks, and the rest during the war. There isn't much left of the original castle itself, and now it houses government offices etc. The district that area is in is called Nagyteteny or (XXII district)
I am not sure if the birth records are kept past last 100 years or not, but usually kept by local area churches in those districts, if they are older. The main record office is called 'Anyakonyvi hivatal' but I don't know the address for that off hand. I will try and find which diocese is located in that area. If they were born around that district, which was probably the outskirts of the city at that time, and they married in a Catholic church there (being both Catholic)those records are most likely in the church. The LDS church did microfilms of all the records kept by the various churches, and they are usually detailed. But if you are looking for a particular person, it is helpful to know the area, the dates etc. Also, the names could have been changed. I know they changed the street names after the communist regime left. My brother lived on Liptak Lajos utca, and that street name was changed to Szegfu utca.
Was your father born in Hungary? If his parents were there should be some sort of record of their names or birthdates. You can try searching for those names in the LDS files. I wish I had listened more closely to my great aunt's stories. She was a family historian of sorts (also a Catholic nun)living in Jaszbereny in the convent there. I do know my mother had a cousing who was a singer her name was Sarosi Kati, and I heard many funny stories about HER childhood etc.I also get frustrated since most of my immediate family on my mother's side have died, and no one to get the information I need to find relatives of a distant cousing who lived in Linz, Austria. I am making a scrapbook of all the family history that I DO have access to, including my birth certificate, my mothers's papers and that of my brother, along with photographs. Maybe that would help my children or their children in family history. On my father's side, the search is easier since I still have uncles and cousins living in Budapest.
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Minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
Just checking back on the info about your grandparents. Your grandmother worked at the castle as head pastry chef. It is possible there was a restaurant of sorts there after the reconstruction. The castle was rebuilt by the Austrian monarchy, but was destroyed during the war. As you have the date of birth for your granfather, it is likely he is registered in Catholic church records as they keep those for hundreds of years. Unfortunately with Ellis Island records many immigrants could not speak English so names could have been written down incorrectly. Did you try looking for Warga, or even Josef?? In Hungary the names are last names first then given names, which would confuse some immigration officials. I have heard it happen a few times from others. Its worth a try. If they asked him for his name he would have said Varga Jozsef, NOT Josef Varga as we would assume.
28/03/2004, 10:04:01
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Minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
Hope im not being annoying. I did a check on Ellis island records and came up with several Josef Varga 's who came at that year. Adding up the numbers he would have been 21 when he worked for the crown guard. Also the closest was a Josef Varga, married age 28. I did not see the original manifest itself, but if your father was 4 when your grand mother died and he left Hungary or was born there, he would have been older. There was no record of a Julia Horvat listed. Also the age 23 and 28 are similar enough to assume there could be an error in the writing or maybe it was not legible? Just doing my detective work LOL. Did he mention how old he was when he arrived in the US? Did your father come with him or was he born here? Did his wife also come with him or did she use a different name perhaps her maiden name? Just wondering, as some of those old records are not that accurate.
28/03/2004, 11:14:36
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 Varga - Sirok forum: michele: Varga family in Sirok
erzsike: Re: Varga-Keszei marriage
hi, i just found out the name of my great, great grandmother, which was varga anna.she was born in rabamolnari in 1853, i have no info with regards to siblings or parents at present, but she lived in vas megye too.its a possibilty that she was a relative, but i dont know!anyway, take care, erzsike.
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bambigirl: Re: kérdés
Judi,
My great grandfather Antal Krecsmar came to the US in 1905 and according to Ellis Island the person he was joining was his brother in law Gusztav Varga in Columbus Ohio. I was checking out this site to see if anyone had posted regarding Gusztav Varga and saw your post. I saw on SSDI site a Joseph Varga that was born 3/13/1887 and died August of 1967 in Braddock PA. Could this be your grandfather? Do you have a copy of his death certificate? This will usually list his parents names. What about a copy of his death notice. Have you tried to get a copy of his marriage certificate to your grandmother? Do you have a copy of her death notice? Her death certificate? Did she die in Cleveland Ohio? If she did die in Cleveland Ohio I can see if I can get her death certificate and death notice for you if you do not live in Ohio. I could email you copies. The Ohio Historical Library has copies of death certificates from 1908 to 1944. According to OHS search there is a Julia Varga that died 10/08/1921. Let me know if you think that any of this helps you.
Barb
23/06/2004, 02:11:10
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Otsn: Re: kérdés
Barb,
My grandfather, Joseph Vargo/Varga was born in Hungary on March 19, 1879 and died in November 15, 1967 in southern Ohio. I believe my grandmother, Julia Vargo died in 1923. My father was about 4 years old when she died.
About a week before my father died, we found my grandparents marriage certificate. They were married on Nov. 1, 1908 in southern Ohio. Her maiden name on the certificate was Szuras. I think her stepfather was a Nemeth. Her birth father died.
I do have my grandfather's SSN Death record. His mother's name was unknown, his father's name was listed as "Barney" Varga. My guess is the person taking the information did not understand my grandfather's accent and just wrote Barney.
I do not have copies of death certificates or death notices for either one of my grandparents. How do you get copies from the Ohio History Library?
My grandparents settled in the Athens, Ohio area, which is not far from Columbus. Maybe there is a connection? My grandfather and my father and sisters did live in Cleveland, Ohio area (Fairport Harbor) for a time. My Dad loved the lighthouse up there. I live closer to Dayton, Ohio. You did help giving me ideas to look for death certificates.
Thank you,
Judi
23/06/2004, 06:02:35
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bambigirl: Re: kérdés
Judi,
You could fill out the form and pay a staff member to do the searching, or you can go to the library yourself and search. The Ohio Historical Library site is www.ohiohistory.org. At the bottom of the page is a link for the archives/library, it gives you all the information you will need. I am planning a trip to the library myself on July 10th and I would be glad to look the information up for you. I can either snail mail you a copy or scan it and email it to you if you want to wait until then. The library has copies of many of the ohio newspapers, census records, phone directories and a lot of county histories. Let me know if I can help.
Barb
24/06/2004, 02:20:43
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Otsn: Re: kérdés
Barb,
Thank you for the offer to look up my grandparents. That's just too much to ask of you. I will go to the site and see what I can find. Thanks for that address. Thanks again for the offer.
Judi
24/06/2004, 04:12:21
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Minera,
I haven't been on this site for a while and realized I have answered many of your questions. Sorry. I'm on so many Hungarian sites, I loose track! :-)
My grandfather left Hungary in 1902 and my grandmother we are not sure. They were married in Ohio, so no records would be available in Hungary unless it was birth or baptism. My father and all of his sisters were born in Ohio also.
That's interesting that there were vineyards in the Budapest area.
thanks again for all your info.
Judi
24/06/2004, 04:19:40
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laura: Re: Varga family
I am also looking for some Varga's from Hungary. I have found Janos Varga who was married to Katalin Malovics. They had children Istvan, Janos, Karoly, Antal, Mariska, Ilona, Anna, and Roza. The children were born in the late 1800's. If anyone has information or leads on any of these names. I would appreciate it.

Laura
30/08/2004, 23:26:43
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ltbiking: Re: Varga
Marie,

I have a great grandfather and a great-great grandfather by the name of Janos Varga. I am searching for relatives of theirs. Perhaps we could help each other.

Laura
08/09/2004, 22:06:41
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ltbiking: Re: Varga family
Judi,

I also have Varga's and Nemeths in my ancestry. Perhaps we both have information that could help each other out.

Let me know.

Laura
08/09/2004, 22:16:42
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Laura,
Thanks for your reply. My grandfather was Josef Varga and my grandmother was Juliana Nemeth. She was born in Budapest in 1875. My grandmother's birth father's name I believe was Szuras. The Nemeth surname was her stepfather. Some in our family think it was the other way around, but who knows! She was the head pastry chef in the Palace in Budapest. We are not sure when she came to the U.S.
My grandfather had 7 brothers and 3 sisters and we think he was born in Budapest in 1879. We do not know the brother or sisters names. They had a vineyard, raised horses and bottled their own wine. He served in the Crown Guard in the Palace in Budapest. My grandfather came to the U.S. in 1902. He settled in Ohio and married my grandmother. They had 5 children, Julia, Betty, Rose, Goldy and Frank (my father) Vargo. Name was changed from Varga to Vargo in the U.S.
I would be glad to help you in any way. I have been searching since 1999 with no luck. Does any of the family histroy I gave sound familiar to you?
Judi
08/09/2004, 22:55:52
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Laura: Re: Varga family
Judi,

The latest Nemeth I have is Elisabetha Nemeth (1816) who married Georgius Malovics in Koszeg, Vas, Hungary. I have a lot of information at home with other Vargas and Nemeths as I am trying to put the pieces together. I will look into them when I get home. I know I have some Jozef (sp.) Vargas. I am looking for siblings or parents for a Janos Varga from Budapest Hungary. I also have many other names from different lines of my family... Sandor, Jager, Roszner, Oszvald, Marovits, Toth, Achs, Kopandi, and Karsai. I will get back to you on Josef.

Let me know if you have any info on any of these other names.

thanks,

Laura
08/09/2004, 23:13:18
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andre mommen: Re: Varga family
Dear,
This story sounds very strange. Serving in the horse guard means that the person had a "noble" background. And his wife worked in the pastry department (the kitchen)? Varga, a very common name, means "shoemaker". And Nemeth, also very common, means "German". It seems to me that both persons were of popular origins. Maybe that father Varga was a "horseman" responsible for breeding etc. People of the nobility usually did not emigrate to the US. Maybe that this Varga had adopted this Hungarian name in order to assimilate faster.
André
13/12/2004, 14:30:17
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello:
Why would serving in the horse guard be considered elite?
Are you suggesting they were simply simbolic? Such as the British have for their royalty? Many of those guards themselves are not of 'noble' birth but representatives of different parts of the Commonwealth, such as the Scots , the Irish the Welsh. They are distinguished by their uniforms and various tartans.
According to Judy her grandfather worked at the castle as a royal guard.
It is possible he did so at the time it was rebuilt by Marie Terese of the Hapsburgs.The castle itself was completely destroyed after the Turkish invasion and the ruins were leveled and she built a castle on the site. None of the Hapsburg royals ever actually LIVED at the castle, only their representative the viceroy. It is possible during this time her granfather lived or worked there. When the Hapsburg dynasty fell Admiral Horty lived there for a short time until he was removed in a coup by the Germans in 1944. During WWII the castle was completely devastated during the siege of Budapest. What we see today is a reconstruction done in the 50's and it now houses a museum of the arts and a library etc.
I am not sure what your reference to 'nobility' means. The royal guards were NOT nobility unless you are referring to the time of Queen Beatrice before the Turks invaded.
Judging from the timeline she suggest as to when her granfather came to the US, it would appear he worked there before the Hapsburgs were removed during the revolution against them by Hungarians. Both the Royal guards and the horse guards were simbolic. Also after the break with Austria all Hungarian noble titles given previously were revoked.With communism even land ownership became property of the state.
Yes Varga means shoemaker, and Nemet refers to perhaps an ancestor of German origin where the name originated. As is Komaromi (from Komarom)Szabo(tailor)Kovacs(smith)but no LESS a Hungarian name than Nemeth. There was no NEED to assimilate since both were Hungarians.
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minera: Re: Csepany
Hello:
In reply to your links. I know they are my ancestors. My grandmother (mothers' mother) used the name Csepari-Csepany-Csepany. The mentioned links are the Eger branch of ancestors. However I was hopeing to find and reconnect with twin cousins Elizabeth and Maria Csepany, identical twin sisters I lost contact with during the late 60's. They lived in Eger. My great aunt Agnes my grandmother's sister lived a short distance from Eger at the nunnery in Jaszbereny.
15/12/2004, 04:42:00
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:

Yes people had vin yards, although not the extensive ones like those in Eger, most had small ones for personal use. Also, I remember you mentioned 'Arabian' horses. Is it possible your grandfather was a member of the Hussars? They were a millitary group famous for their horses.
They were also well trained for battle, rode swift horses and prepared the way for advaced calvaries.
15/12/2004, 05:30:55
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello Judi:
Once again back to your grandparents history. The time line of your grandfather working in the Crown Guard was probably close to the time of the fall of the Hapsburgs and the split from Austria and probably just before the castle itself was destroyed. Contrary to what the previous poster suggested, crown guards were not of noble birth. As horses for modes of transportation and show were more prevalent it is not surprising he raised horses. My own grandfather used the same means of transportation. Actually even in the 50's many people used horse drawn carts to take things to market. He had a small vineyard which was also common as many made their own wine, and palinka even my father's father although he purchased the grapes and plums and he lived in Budapest. He was born in 1895 so such means of transport were not uncommon.
15/12/2004, 05:58:25
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
Minera, I am living in Rákospalota - Pestújhely. Please, write me person to: reichl -a-t- aik -d-o-t- hu or reichlajos@axelero.hu
I asked about Csépán/Csépánys on the Rootsweb, because I have a very good friend, named Csépán.
Your sincerely: Lajos Reich
15/12/2004, 09:20:42
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Julie: Re: Varga family
Looking for Info on Joseph Varga my great grandfather born 1882 in Kaponya. Had four children. Joseph, Bert, Julius and Maria. Joseph was born in New York the remaining 3 children born in Hungary. My grandfather is Julius born in 1909.He eventually settled in Columbus Ohio and married Margereth Tremmer from Gecse.
29/12/2004, 13:57:32
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
Kaponya was in the Hungarian Kingdom, in the former Zemplén county, now that is in Slovakia, named Kapona. You can see here:http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/zemplen.jpg
Look at the blue field downstairs, Kaponya is in its righ-upper part. You can see, where was Zemplén County in the Historical Hungary here: http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/vmlista.htm
29/12/2004, 14:37:49
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Zlatica : Re: Varga family
Julie

To locate a town in Slovak Republic use :
http://mapy.atlas.sk
The SK's phone site is at www.zoznamst.sk
and surname VARGA lists in village Leles. The village of Kapona was incorporated to Leles in 1941.
www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator
29/12/2004, 17:07:45
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julie: Re: Varga family
Thank you for the help. I recvd. an email in Hungarian. I will now try and tranlate it. Any recommended sites?
29/12/2004, 17:20:11
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Zlatica : Re: Varga family
Your welcome, Julie.
Can not help you with Hungarian only with Slovak.
I do have some websites which you can take a look for some helpful suggestions.
www.iabsi.com/gen/public
A map of Austria-Hungary :
http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/austhung.htm
The old 1910 Hungarian megye map is at :
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910
The LDS-Mormons have filmed the church records so you can order the films and gather ancestral information.
www.bmi.net/jjaso to familiarize yourself with church wording.
www.fam.aust.com/topolcsany/names first name translation
29/12/2004, 18:02:12
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janos: Re: Varga family
Hi, Julie!
Just send it to me, I will translate in few moments.
Janos
29/12/2004, 19:46:09
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Julie: Re: Varga family
Janos, may I have your email address please and I will forward it. Thank you so much!
29/12/2004, 20:53:28
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kocs: Re: Varga family
Hi,
Sorry, I forgot to log in, I hope you have the address in my pfofile, or if don't work, kocs_at_rdsbv_dot_ro.
29/12/2004, 20:58:24
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Otsn: Scam
I got a letter from a Barrister Alvin Mawuri claiming to be the lawyer for a deceased relative of mine, Samuel P. Varga. "Barrister Alivn Mawuri" claims he was in charge of my "relative's estate" and wanted to know what percentage he of the estate he would receive for helping me claim my "inheritance". He would then deposit it in a "designated account."
I went to other Hungarian web sites that I post on and found the same man had sent a letter to others, of course, the Samuel P. had another last name.
This person or persons is probably preying upon websites like this trying to cash in.
Just thought I'd warn you about this letter.
Thanks,
Judi
12/01/2005, 20:38:47
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minera: Re: Scam
Hi Judi
Sounds like a common scam. There are too many creeps out there preying on unsuspecting people. No one should ever do business with any of them via email or any other. If the documents are legitimate most embassies will refer you to proper sources. If an estate is left behind by a deceased relative one can hire their own personal lawyers to look into the details and they are more knowledgable than the average person. First of all if he is the lawyer of the deceased 'relative' the particulars are usually set up in a will. When it comes to claiming any inheritance the local governments are usually involved as they want to make sure THEY get the first share of what assets and taxes of those assets are applicable. If it is legal best to contact the local embassy first and foremost and they will try to verify if anyone is actually searching where claims are filed. An executor of an estate is usually working along with the banks the deceased dealt. Most assets are automatically frozen and even the 'executor' of such wills is only allowed acess to funds at their discretion and the government's revenue agencies are the first to be notified. I think he was watching too many movies. Claiming an inheritance or being executor often involves a great deal of paperwork most information is sent to the beneficiaries as legal document notices NOT via an email such as he suggests. Its a scam for sure unless you receive information otherwise through a legitimate agency such as a bank or a government office from the deceased's country and usually through a lawyer. I many cases claiming an inheritance is often costly to the beneficiaries depending on taxes due at time of death any outstanding claims made against the estate such as creditors etc. All the costs are usually verifiable if legitimate and in most countries it is illegal to charge fees such as he suggests considering if the person died his estate would belong to the state unless living beneficiaries are found. THAT is done through legal channels with verifiable documents which the local embassies can obtain for you usually for a small fee. I cannot believe they are still using the same scam. Usually those 'persons' are claiming they are in some country like Uganda etc and propose to help you claim what is yours for an upfront fee. That is not how such things are done in real life.
13/01/2005, 08:26:34
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Otsn: Re: Scam
Minera,
Thanks for your reply. I have received several scam letters like this claiming that an ambassador in Africa needs someone in the U.S. to transfer their funds to an account in the U.S. and the person who gives the bank account number for the transfer will receive a "commission"
This is just a new twist on this scam. Now they are targeting geneology websites hoping to rake in the bucks.
I reported this letter to my server and other Hungarian web sites I post on.
Thanks,
Judi
13/01/2005, 19:15:18
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minera: Re: Scam
ATTA Girl Judy
Those creeps will try any ruse to get unsuspecting people to fall for their scams. Geneology researchers usually are more interested in finding their ROOTS, not very likely most or any of us expect an inheritance as a bonus! They are using their mindset in trying to lure people to give them easy cash thinking that is all everyone is interested in. Don't give up trying to find your relatives or ancestors. Good luck
Minera
13/01/2005, 19:38:58
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Shirley
My grandmother was Maria Varga and according to the manifest it states she came from BAKONYSZENTLASZLO, however a very wonderful man who lives in Hungary went to that village to see if he could find any info on her and was unable. This is the following information which was in her Bible...which I have::
Varga Erzsebet 1892 January 8 Varga Istvan first of October Janos Varga 1898 July 31 Varga Margit 1905 February 19. I also know that Varga Istvan was born in BAKNOYSZENTLASLO 20 of December 1896 and passed away 1972 according to the Mother-book of the deaths. His parents were Varga Janos and Nemeth Zsofia...also Varga Gyula born same village on 20th of March 190? and died 12 September 1909. At this point in time I can only believe that my grandmother was not born in this village like her bothers and sisters. I also believe that Varga Janos and Nemeth Zsofia were born in this village. Looking for any info on my family. I have spoke with Judi Ostn and Lajos Reich. I do not read or write Hungarian, I live in Michigan..USA. Thank you to any or all who have any info or suggestions leading to finding my family. My grandmother came to the US in 1899, married my grandfather Lajos Tamas in Pennsylvania in 1905 and passed away in 1919, parents were Janos Varga and Zsofia Nemeth...and that's all I know about her.
Shirley
14/01/2005, 02:32:15
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Zlatica : Varga
Shirley

I looked on Maria VARGA's Ellis Island manifest. She does have a set of numbers and a date 12/16/39. Were you able to get her naturalization petition. She was naturalized citizen. Those forms would have her place of birth. If she had social security numbers than again that form should have some information.
http://ssdi.rootsweb.com
14/01/2005, 03:53:30
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Radix: Re: Scam
Hello Judi,

Sorry to hear this, and thanks for bringing it up here.

An other poster on this site sent a private email to me reporting the same scam. I'm now trying to address the thing and looking what I can do.

Do you still has this email? Could you send it to me with full email headers, to janos -a-t- bogardi.com?

Thanks -d-o-t-

Janos Bogardi / Radix
14/01/2005, 11:33:13
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indianwolf: Re: Varga family
my name is tracy nemeth and i 'lls i know is that my dad was born in hungary not sure where except it was a small town south i think from budapest in 1927 sept 5, he has a brother named joe and a sister named elizabeth i think so if this information is any help to u please let me know
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minera: Re: Scam
Hi Janos
These sort of scam emails have shown up repeatedly in emails from different sources always claiming they either have a large amount of funds they want to take out of the country as the person/s who are their relatives have died etc. They want banking information to 'transfer' large amounts of the sums to YOUR account and promise to SHARE some with you for allowing them to do so. I received several when they first appeared on the internet several years ago and contacted the local police. They said it was a scam where they wanted your banking information to hack into your bank accounts. Under NO circumstances should anyone give such information out. They also received notices that the same stuff was sent to companies via fax and most up until the last few years were predominantly in the USA and Canada. They would spam repeatedly email addresses looking for suckers. It is very hard to regulate such emails as usually they use a mass spamming device and mail their requests to all the email addresses they gather. The only way is to educate users that if something sounds too good to be true it usually IS, and not respond to those emails just delete them. They are also clever by sending or posting by spoofing addresses and using ip # that are not their own but belong to innocent people who are unaware of what is happening. Unfortunately when they do not suceed in cashing in by offering something that is too good to be true they search for other weaknesses to exploit. In the case of this forum it is to exploit the people who are searching for their roots and information of missing relatives. Legitimate claims of inheritance do not come via an email from unknown sources but go through proper channels and usually verified with documents. A warning to anyone receiving such 'information' is simply not to respond. This scam has been around for several years now and sending emails to groups such as this one is just another ploy. DO NOT RESPOND, and the webmasters could block email from their source ip or address if it is possible. This advice was given by the detective in charge of the fraud section at our police department.
15/01/2005, 03:41:30
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Shirley: Re: Varga family
Hi Tracy.....my grandmother was born in 1884 I know she had a sister Elizabeth, however have not seen a Joseph in her Bible. Thank you..
Shirley
15/01/2005, 04:17:37
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steves: Re: Varga family
Hello, members of the Vargas clan -

I am not part of your family, but I am the "other user" who Mr. Bogardi referred to in his post above that received the same scam e-mail you are talking about from our budddy Alvin. Let me just echo what is said above: this is an attempt to rip you off, DO NOT RESPOND to this thief! The letter I was sent sounds identical to what you are discussing, except that he substituted my last name and my ancestor's first name (from whom our "cousin Samuel P." was supposedly also descended).

This letter is similar to hundreds that go around the internet claiming there is a fortune waiting if only someone would volunteer their assistance. Let's hope that if no one responds they will leave us alone. Good luck with your searching, everyone....

Steve S.
16/01/2005, 05:21:33
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Mandic: RE:VARGA
e DA NISI TI BIO u DOMU U sOMBORU ZA VREME SREDNJE SKOLE
27/01/2005, 21:29:14
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Lajos
I tried sending you an email re the Csepany family as you
suggested. I haven't received a reply possibly I might have
used a wrong address. I know some of the family tree did spell their last names as Csepan although grandma's name was originally hyphenated as Csepari-Csepanyi-Csepany Maria. Some possibly spelled the names as Csepan but I am not certain. I am planning on a trip to Budapest to see my uncles from my father's side, so possibly can find more information. And a trip to Jaszbereny might help as there are a lot of Csepany's living there, some possibly directly related who could give me some more information. But I do know that my great great grandfather had some sort of a title of 'groff' or something and that my great grandfather married a poor girl of lower class which caused a rift in the family at that time. My great aunt Agnes joined the nunnery as a young girl after some sort of tragedy...although those family 'secrets' were rarely mentioned by grandmother. Heaven knows what one digs up in these searches.My mother's has a brother in Budapest Hamider Andras, but he is sort of a black sheep of the family who had a drinking problem and was often in trouble so no doubt he will be easier to track down if he is still alive, although I had not heard from HIM since 1991 when my mother passed away. It seems hard enough to track down LIVING relatives, ancestors are another can of worms it seems. LOL! My father's brothers are still living in Budapest so that might be a good place to start finding information. At least I hope so.
Regards
Minera
28/01/2005, 01:31:17
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
I asked her, but it looks like must be sure: you are not relatives.
Sorry.
Lajos
28/01/2005, 12:03:13
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Shirley: Re: RE:VARGA
Mandic.....I'm so sorry I don't Hungarian......I don't understand your message.
Shirley
28/01/2005, 19:28:09
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello Lajos
Thank you so much for your kind thoughts. Im sorry your friend is not related. It seems most of grandma's relatives must be around the Eger or Jaszbereny area. Minden fele kepen nagyon koszonom.
Minera
29/01/2005, 00:32:43
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Wanda Smith: Re: Varga family
Hello. My name is Wanda Smith. I am a daughter of Helen Vargo(a) who is the daughter of Istvan Varga (Oct 7,1882-1957) of Budapest Hungary. My grandfather came to the United States and met my grandmother here. The "aunts" always told me they thought my grandfather had a brother they thought was named Josef. They thought Josef had been in the service, but that my grandfather never heard from him and didn't know what happened to him. My mother (Helen) said that my great-grandmother had been a "lady-in-waiting" in the Hungarian Royal Court. Her name was Lidia Karasz, daughter of Ana Suba and Janos Karasz. Since I know nothing of the Hungarian side of my family, I am hoping you will be able to help me too. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Wanda
08/02/2005, 01:36:52
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Wanda Smith: Re: Varga family
I forgot to mention, my grandfather, Istvan Varga's parents were Istvan Varga and Agnes Horvath. Agnes' mother was Katalin Iharz.
My grandmother, Lidia Roszas's parents were Janos Roszas and Lidia Karasz. Janos' parents were Janos Roszas and Zuzana Dudas. Thanks, Wanda
08/02/2005, 02:16:47
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Stefan: Re: Varga family
I too am following the Varga name. My grandpa was born in then Hungarian Nagylak to Istvan and Szusana Varga. His name is Janos Varga (1919 - Present). Istvan(Stefan) Varga (died in about 1955 in Lovrin Romania) had 6 children (Szuzana (i.e. Slovak Zuzka), Maria (i.e Slovak Marka), Judith (i.e. Slovak Judka), Istvan he was blind(i.e Slovak Pista), Janos my grandfather (i.e Slovak Iano) and Ghuri (i.e George).

My grandfather knows very little of his fathers family except that his father was Istvan Varga-Bander. I don't know what the "Bander" designation was. His father supposedly had two brothers Janos and Peter Varga-Bander. My grandfathers grandfather was Janos Varga-Bander and he either died in Nagylak or some other town in Hungary. My greatgreatgrandfather (Janos Varga-Bander had two brothers, one moved to Butin (Timis County), Romania (This is where my mother comes from)and the other brother moved to Mocrea (Arad County) Romania.

The intersting this is that the brother that moved to Butin was the greatgrandfather to my grandpa on my mothers side on his mothers side.

I am trying to find out where the Janos Varga-Bander in Nagylak came from. They all spoke Slovak & Hungarian.

My grandpa knows that he has one cousin in Magyar-Nagylak that he lost conact with.
14/02/2005, 06:07:43
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Hello Wanda,
This is the first time I've logged on to this site in a while, and I read your family history with interest. My grandfather, Josef Varga came to the U.S. in 1902. He met my grandmother Julia Szuras Nemeth in Ohio and they married Nov. 1 1906. We have also heard that they may have come to the U.S. together. So there is another mystery. She was the head pastry chef in the palace, whatever that palace may have been at that time. Her father, or stepfather was also in the Hungarian military and was called "Commodant". He was buried in Ohio in full dress Hungarian uniform - we don't know his first name, either. My grandparents had 5 children. My father was the youngest and none of them survive. I also have very little information about his family other than they were wealthy or well off (not nobles) and had a vineyard, which other posters have said was not uncomon, raised black Arabian horses and bottled their own wine. My grandfather had 7 brothers and 3 sisters, but we do not know their names. My grandfather was in the Crown Guard around 1900. Another poster asked if he might have been a Hussar - horse soldier. I don't really know, but he did ride horses while he was on duty. but, as others on this board have said, that was the main means of transportation back in those days for anyone.
On my grandfather's Social Security Death Record it says his father's name was "Barney" and mother unknown.
I had an Aunt Helen (my father's sister) who never married and died in Cleveland back in the late 80's or early 90's. So I don't think your mother is the Helen Vargo in our family. Other sisters on my fathers side were Julia, Betty, Goldie and Rose. My grandmother had sisters Ann and Elizabeth (just found this out recently.)My grandmother died when my father was 4 or 5.
I wish I had more information, but that's all I have. If any of this sounds familiar, I'd love to hear from you again.
Thanks,
Judi
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
Reading your post I was wondering if your granfather's (father's father)name was Barnabas in Hungarian. Knowing how often the names were changed to sound more English it
is a possibility. Barney also sounds a bit like 'barna' but then that would be a last name. In Hungary they usually use the last name or family name first then the given names. Also wives are refered to by their own names or that of their husbands' name we an 'ne' at the end. Example was my mother's name. My father was Guti Sandor and she went by her married name of Guti Sandorne. If the wife was a widow it would have 'ozvegy' in front of the married name. The only name I can think of translating from
Hungarian is Barnabas for the name Barney. Just a tidbit of info for you :)
In your father's case the sisters would be listed under Hungarian versions of Julianna, Erzsebet (Elizabeth or Betty)and Aranyka (Goldie)Perhaps it will help in finding some relevant records.
Minera
15/02/2005, 03:20:17
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
Reading your post I was wondering if your granfather's (father's father)name was Barnabas in Hungarian. Knowing how often the names were changed to sound more English it
is a possibility. Barney also sounds a bit like 'barna' but then that would be a last name. In Hungary they usually use the last name or family name first then the given names. Also wives are refered to by their own names or that of their husbands' name we an 'ne' at the end. Example was my mother's name. My father was Guti Sandor and she went by her married name of Guti Sandorne. If the wife was a widow it would have 'ozvegy' in front of the married name. The only name I can think of translating from
Hungarian is Barnabas for the name Barney. Just a tidbit of info for you :)
In your father's case the sisters would be listed under Hungarian versions of Julianna, Erzsebet (Elizabeth or Betty)and Aranyka (Goldie)Perhaps it will help in finding some relevant records.
Minera
15/02/2005, 03:20:21
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
Sorry I clicked the post button twice thats why there are two replies. I forgot to mention that it was also common and still is in many families to name the oldest children after the PARENTS. In my father's family his oldest brother is Jozsef. His father remarried and his full brother from the second wife who is his mother was also named Jozsef both after their father. It gets a bit confusing after a while but perhaps some of the relatives you are looking for have the same name as your grandfather.
Minera
15/02/2005, 03:28:02
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
A tidbit of Hungarian history. In August of 1849 there was a revolution against the Hapsburg rule in Hungary. Millitary commanders were executed and prisons were filled with Hungarian soldiers, many of whom excaped abroad. There was a lot of unrest in the country many young men were focibly conscripted. It is possible you father did not like to talk about those days in great detail . However the castle itself became more of a tourist site with a market bazar etc. and the castle was reconstructed between the years of 1885 and 1882. Commander Gorgely Artur and his forces chased out the imperial armies out of the country.But that was in 1849. Not sure when you said your father was born. Or when he was actually an enlisted soldier.
I have a site link to the story of some of the Hungarian forces during the timeframe your father would have been possibly enlisted. Perhaps you can recognize uniforms or something etc.
http://www.austro-hungarian-army.co.uk/index.html
check out the content and troops and units History then the
link under Calvary Division Commanders and then down to
11. Honved Kalvallerie Division which is the Hungarian division and click on the name Hegedus (Hungarian Commander)
There you will see Hegedus in uniform, which might give you an idea what if any connection to that division. As you say your father was buried in his dress uniform there might be a similarity. I do not see a name of varga on the list but that could be because he was from an earlier group.
Good luck
Minera
15/02/2005, 05:12:37
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erzsike: 1848 revolution
hi there, i subscribe to the forum as i am also researching my family tree, and just had to make a quick lil comment, the first hungarian revolution actually started in march, of 1848, officially the 15th, which is still a national holiday. hope you dont mind my correcting the date! ;o)
good luck to you all with your research, erzsike.
16/02/2005, 20:31:49
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Dawn: Maria Varga
My Great-Grandmother was Maria Varga, born 29Mar1896. Came to United States appox 1911. She came with a family friend and her parents stayed in Hungary. Not exactly sure where she was born (poss Cseke). If anyone has any information as to where to look, or search please let me know. Details are very sketchy for me.

Thank you.
18/02/2005, 10:23:23
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minera: Re: 1848 revolution
Hi Erzsike
No problem. The dates were not really for any specific reason just that many of those in the Hungarian army left the country and ended up someplace else. It was more for Judi so that she could do more search about the time frame when her grandfather was in the military etc. and maybe help identify the uniform he was buried in as to what regiment he might have belonged to.
Bozsi
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minera: Re: Rakospalota
Hi Bill:
Sorry do not know the names you mentioned. But I do know Kemeny Istvan Utca. I think there was a preszo nearby that I went to a few times with my brother, but can't remember the name of it. My mother lived in the tenements after our original house was torn down so they could build them and it was near the cemetary. Oroszlany Utca was the street where my father was born and my other grandma lived until she died in 1987. That part is scheduled to be torn down too.
Bozsi
19/02/2005, 07:24:56
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Bill: Re: Rakospalota
Bozsi,
My family (my mother's cousin) lived for many years at 26 Enekes Utca in Rakospalota. Their name is Stefancsik and my cousin is now married to a Jozsef Beltecsky who is a retired fireman. Their original house was one of those old fashion village type houses that was torn down back in the early 80s. When I was doing granduate research in Budapest in the 70s I would stay with them many times and I got to know the area fairly well. Still have fond memories of that time. For a time I also lived in Ujpalota in one of those ugly highrise apartment buidlings. Had a great view of the Soviet army base across the road which is now, from what I understand, a big shopping center.

Bill
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Shirley: Re: Maria Varga
Hello....have you looked at the Ellis Island site? My grandmother is also Maria Varga....however she came to the USA in 1899 and married Lajos Tamas in 1905. I've not had much luck in finding information on either one of them. So good luck, and I hope you find what you're looking for. Shirley
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Zlatica : Re: Maria Varga
Shirley

Sorry to hear this : not much luck. How can we help you?
You know about locating an EI manifest with this website:
www.jewishgen.org/databases/EIDB/ellis.html
It is possible that your ancestor came thru Baltimore, Boston or Philadelphia.
You have a name of a village?
19/02/2005, 23:20:25
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Zlatica : Re: Maria Varga
Shirley

What about the church your ancestors were married in?
Using One Step, there were 10 Maria VARGAs that came thru EI in 1899. Is the one that came from Labbesenyo (sp?) could be Zalabesenyo, your ancestor?
19/02/2005, 23:48:24
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Dawn: Re: Maria Varga
Thank you for the information. Ellis Island is where I found most of the information I have. My Great-Grandmother, Maria, Married Anton Ujvari on Jan 23, 1913 in PA. This is about all the information I have on either one of them. The Ujvari name is even hard to research. Not very popular name. Running into many dead ends. And Good Luck to you also. If I find any other information about other Maria Vargas I will be sure to e-mail you.

Good Luck Again,
Dawn
20/02/2005, 04:14:49
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Zlatica : Re: Maria Varga
Dawn

The surname UJVARI was mentioned here by someone researching it. Did you look for their marriage certificate in the church they married?
The Slovak Republic's phone book is listing UJVARI and UJVARY. www.zoznamst.sk
The village of Cseke, Bars megye is now called Caka, Slovak Republic.
The LDS-Mormons website is listing Roman Catholic church records of Caka. You can order the films and gather ancestral information. www.bmi.net/jjaso to familiarize yourself with church wording.
20/02/2005, 04:31:53
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Shirley: Re: Maria Varga
Hi......from EI I learned that my grandmother came from BAKONYSZENTLASZLO, Hungary.....she went by herself and met her father Janos Varga in New Jersey........she married Lajos Tamas in 1905 and passed away in 1919. A friend Lajos Reich, who is a wonderful friend who lives in Hungary traveled to this village but there was no record of my grandmother in the Mother Book...and that's the extent of what I know about my grandmother. When my grandparents married it was by a justice of the peace.....so not much info there. I haven't even been able to find info on Janos Varga...I don't know if he stayed in the US or returned to Hungary. Thanks for the reply Shirley
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ehallosy: Re: Rakospalota
Hello Bill, I hope you can read Hungarian. Fiatalabb koromban együtt kosárlabdáztam Stefancsik Ilonával és Gabival. Van még egy bátyjuk is. Talán rájuk gondol? Ilona Törökországba ment férjhez, Isztambulban él. Üdvözlettel, Hallósyné Elekes Erzsébet hallosy kukac freemail pont hu
20/02/2005, 08:41:10
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kezdi: Re: Maria Varga
Hello Down,
I'm curious, where did your Cseke information came from, in the early 1900s there was 7 Cseke in Hungary, it would be pretty hard to pick one out without further information. Ellis Island has one arrival from Cseke between 1910-12, but she came with her mother to Detroit! Actually out of 6 Maria Varga who arr'd from Hungary to EI between 1910-12, only one who didn't came with parents:

First Name: Maria
Last Name: Varga
Ethnicity: Hungary, Croatia
Last Place of Residence: Selei (corr. Selce), Hungary
Date of Arrival: December 12, 1911
Age at Arrival: 16y Gender: F Marital Status: S
Ship of Travel: Lapland
Port of Departure: Antwerp
Manifest Line Number: 0016

Per the original scanned shipping manifest, it appears that she was traveling with her cousin and husband to cousin Kata Kardos in Passaic, N.J., which would put her in close proximity to Pa. Is the Kardos name means anything? Her father's name was Varga Ferencz in Selce-P.Djakovo. If this is a match, I can show you how to get church records for Selce.
Crossing the fingers,
Joseph from Calif.
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kezdi: Re: Rakospalota
Kedves Erzsébet,
Rákospalotai husvétok, gyerekkori élmények a pataknál, és pont ön mögé érkezett az elöző irásom. Ha nem zavarom, megkérdezném hogy van e még Beller Imre utca. Gyerekkoromban sokat jártam nagyapám testvérének intarziás mühelyébe, az egyik villamos megállónál volt, ami Zuglóból ment kifelé.
Köszönettel,
Joseph Laszlo, Calif.
20/02/2005, 09:51:17
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ehallosy: Re: Rakospalota
Kedves Jozsef,
van meg a keresett utca, es ha a kovetkezo oldalra ellatogat, meg sokmindent megtudhat a mai Rakospalotarol, udv. Erzsebet
http://www.bpxv.hu/index.php?page=terkep
20/02/2005, 10:45:17
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Zlatica : Re: Maria Varga
Shirley

I think I found the manifest of correct Maria VARGA arr. 1899, Nov.22 who is from Laszlo. This is the Maria that was going to father Janos Varga,Passaic, New Jersey.
Have you tried following the paper trail of the man she married, Lajos Tamas? They might have known each other in the "old country".
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W. Novak: Re: Rakospalota
Erzsebet,

Sorry but my Hungarian is very rusty. I did make out that you know the Stefancsik family. You may also know then that my aunt, Ilona, died in November 2004. And, yes Gabi is my cousin and I try to keep in touch with her. Her sister Ilona is still in Istanbul but her husband died also last year. Do you live in Budapest now?

Bill
21/02/2005, 02:18:45
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minera: Re: Rakospalota
Hello Erzsebet
I looked up your map link. Its wonderful to still recognize some of the addresses. I think the names have changed for some of them in the past few years. Im hopeing to go this spring and look up my uncles on my father's side and maybe do some family search. I have my mother's igazolvany szam, her death certificate etc. and I know she is buried in the cemetary not far where she lived. Maybe I can even find some of her other relatives. I know my mother had a cousin who was a singer her name was Sarosi Kati, and she was from the same town as grandma's family. I never heard of her before, but great aunt Agnes used to tell us stories about the family etc.I tried a search on her on the internet at least to find out the town she was from but no luck in even finding her.She is probably in her 70's now if she is still living.
Bozsi
21/02/2005, 04:40:42
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
Bözsi,
Sárosi Kati is living in our neighbor street......... :-)
The address is:
Malekné Sárosi Katalin
Budapest, XV.
Klebersberg Kuno u. 45/b
H - 1 1 5 8
Europe - Hungary
Have a great succeed!
Lajos Reich, Hungary
21/02/2005, 08:31:30
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello Lajos:
I almost fell off my chair when I read your post. I thought she was probably dead like most of the other relatives as they are all getting on in years. I hope she will be the one I'm looking for but I will write to her. I had absolutely no luck looking on the internet and as far as Hungarian singers go no one seemed to have ever heard of her.Perhaps she might have a bit more information. My only other sort of well known relative is my father's oldest brother Guti Jozsef who is an artist as are two of my cousins.I have spoken to him by phone and we write to each other so I hope to visit HIM sometime this year. He is 14 years older than my dad and is in his 80's. He was born in Debrecen where grandpa was from. While my father's side is easy to trace with living relatives my mothers is not. She passed away in 1991 and is buried in the cemetary behind where she used to live on Paskomliget utca tenements as is grandma her mom. My brother died 4 years later in an accident, and her brother Andras is probably still living in Budapest somewhere. He was a black sheep of sorts and had a problem with alcohol.
Thank you so much and I will let you know when or if I get a reply from Sarosi Katalin, and hope she can give me a bit more information. I was even considering going to Jaszbereny and visiting the nunnery where my great aunt Csepany Agnes spent her life. They might be able to give me information on some of the other relatives who visited her etc. It certainly is a start and thanks again!
Bozsi
21/02/2005, 19:04:38
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hello Lajos:
I almost fell off my chair when I read your post. I thought she was probably dead like most of the other relatives as they are all getting on in years. I hope she will be the one I'm looking for but I will write to her. I had absolutely no luck looking on the internet and as far as Hungarian singers go no one seemed to have ever heard of her.Perhaps she might have a bit more information. My only other sort of well known relative is my father's oldest brother Guti Jozsef who is an artist as are two of my cousins.I have spoken to him by phone and we write to each other so I hope to visit HIM sometime this year. He is 14 years older than my dad and is in his 80's. He was born in Debrecen where grandpa was from. While my father's side is easy to trace with living relatives my mothers is not. She passed away in 1991 and is buried in the cemetary behind where she used to live on Paskomliget utca tenements as is grandma her mom. My brother died 4 years later in an accident, and her brother Andras is probably still living in Budapest somewhere. He was a black sheep of sorts and had a problem with alcohol.
Thank you so much and I will let you know when or if I get a reply from Sarosi Katalin, and hope she can give me a bit more information. I was even considering going to Jaszbereny and visiting the nunnery where my great aunt Csepany Agnes spent her life. They might be able to give me information on some of the other relatives who visited her etc. It certainly is a start and thanks again!
Bozsi
21/02/2005, 19:04:41
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Shirley: Re: Maria Varga
Yes, that is my grandmother. I don't know if they knew each other in Hungary.........I couldn't find my grandmother in the 1900 census. My grandfather came from Kortvelyes but now know as Hrusov, Slovak Republic. I believe the two villages they came from are a great distance apart. I know nothing of my grandfather other than where he came from. I don't know if he had any brothers or sisters. My aunts and mother would never talk about my grandfather...they all left my grandfathers home as soon as they could. I did travel to Pennsylvania to where their home was it had been torn down However I did meet a couple of the neighbors who knew of my grandfather, and sad to say none of them had to many nice words about him.....just what I had heard from my mother and aunts. None the less, he was my grandfather and I need to learn of him and my grandmother. They are two important factors in my life. I have no living aunts or uncles who could give me any info on either one. All that's left is my sister and my cousin..and neither one knows anything about them. Shirley
22/02/2005, 05:21:25
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Zlatica : Re: Maria Varga
Shirley

The village of Hrusov's phone book is listing VARGA and TAMAS. Have you tried ordering the church records of Hrusov to see what sort of ancestral information you can locate ? You know that surname Varga can be found in several former A-H countries.
www.zoznamst.sk SK's phone site
www.iabsi.com/gen/public a must read
22/02/2005, 05:28:26
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ehallosy: Re: Rakospalota
Hello Bill, it interesting to find here people who know my old friend Ilona. We were playing basketball as we were member of the National Team in the 70-ties. It was long time ago. I was suprised to hear that your cusin Ilona and the husband of my friend are dead. Sorry for them. I have no news from the family. Thanks for the info. Erzsebet
22/02/2005, 07:31:55
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
You are welcome!
22/02/2005, 08:55:12
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ancabhan: Varga family
I am searching for Vincent Varga and his wife, Ana/ Maria Frits. Their daughter Mary Varga married John Martinides in Golniczbanya, which may now be in Slovakia. Mary and John Martinides would be my great-great-grandparents. I would like to find out more about this family. My great Grandmother would be Jospehine Martinides who married Paul Tuza while in Hungary and later in 1880 came to New York, settling in Yonkers. Does anyone recognize these names?
24/02/2005, 02:47:07
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ltbiking: Re: Maria Varga
I did a search on Ellis Island's web site and found a Maria Varga, 15 years old, traveling with Maria Varga, 39 years old. They listed their last place of residence as Cseke, Hungary. They arrived December 14, 1911. They traveled on the ship "President Lincoln", and their port of departure was Hamburg. Let me know if this helps.
Laura Varga Talbot
25/02/2005, 23:43:30
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Shirley: Re: Maria Varga
Hi Laura....my grandmother Maria Varga came to the US in 1899 at the age of 16......she married in 1905 in PA. Thank you for your efforts. Shirley
26/02/2005, 19:36:15
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johnrhon: Varga (vargo) family name
I just found this web page, and I am a VARGO, and have run across documents that state that my grandparents original name was VARGA, They moved to Charleston SC in 1942 from Ashtabula Ohio. Thier names were Theodore and Helen Vargo. They had two children, Jean and Roger. I know my grand mother had sisters that were still in Ohio, But I never got to meet them. I will try and locate more info, it is in storage. I would like to research this more.

Rhonda Vargo Mayfield
01/03/2005, 20:00:53
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Carolyn: Varga in Montana USA
I am looking for a family with the last name of Varga from Montana at one point. I believe they are still there. The gentleman is originally from Hungary or both of his parents were. He is marreis and has two daughters. One is named Diane and I am not sure about the other. I know there are definately two daughters though several years apart. Does anyone know who I am talking about? Thank you!
Carolyn
17/03/2005, 22:22:19
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CarolynPPK: previous post was mine, used a username of someone else before I registered
I posted the inquiry about the Varga's from Montana. I hadn't registered yet and it said says if you are not registered enter just any name. Well the name I used is a registered user (sorry Carolyn). Again, I am searching for a Varga family who lived in Montana at one time and I still believe they may be there. He would be in his late 70's ealy 80's and has been recovered from cancer for a year. Again he has two daughters, one is 56 and the other is 48. Thank you for any information you may have.

Carolyn
18/03/2005, 01:03:55
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CarolynPPK: found them, thanks!!!
Thanks, I found the Varga's in Montana!!! Appreciate this forum.

Carolyn
19/03/2005, 23:00:24
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erdospal: A geszti Varga család leszármazottai jelentkezését várom
Erdős Pál vagyok Geszt községből, Békés megyéből.

A geszti Varga család leszármazottainak jelentkezését várom.

Üdvözlettel: Erdős Pál. Geszt, 2005. március 26.
26/03/2005, 14:43:59
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julie: Re: A geszti Varga család leszármazottai jelentkezését várom
Would someone please tranlate the last message? Thank you in advance!

Julie Vargo Blanks USA
26/03/2005, 21:46:59
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erdospal: Varga family from Geszt village
Dear Julie!

I'm Pal Erdos from Geszt village, in Bekes county.

The family Varga data érdekelne engem.

Üdvözlettel: Pal Erdos. Geszt, 2005. march 27.
27/03/2005, 10:55:59
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erdospal: Varga family from Geszt village
Dear Julie!

I'm Pal Erdos again.

The Geszt village lives Varga family datas érdekelnek.

Üdvözlettel: Pal Erdos. Geszt, 2005. march 27.
27/03/2005, 11:01:51
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bethlong: Re: re Varga
Hello Boti,

I am interested in finding out more about your family, as I have a database of Bukovina Szekely descendants. Also, recently, I went to Deva and was able to look at the church records of the Catholic Church there.

I was also recently in Szatmar, so passed not far from your grandfather's home on my way back to Budapest by train.

Who were your great-grandparents?

Beth Long
27/03/2005, 16:13:20
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dsohales
I am hoping someone can help me. My family name is Varga and my great-grandmother was born in Csonapla(there are different variations of the spelling,in the Ellis Island records it is spelled Csonoplya) and came to the U.S. in 1906 aboard the Slavonia with her mother and her sister. Their father was already here, according to my research. My great-grandmother received a letter asking her to return to Hungary(when she was grown with children) to claim land because she was a duchess. It was not a scam because apparently my family did hold this title. I am trying to find any relatives who may still be living and/or any information regarding my family in Hungary. The names were as follows: Palne Varga,Maria Varga,Verona Varga,Pal Varga,John Varga. If anyone can help, please email me doatleyhales -a-t- yahoo.com -d-o-t- It would be greatly appreciated.
07/04/2005, 20:32:16
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Zlatica : Varga in Conoplja
dsohales

The town of Csonoplya is now Conoplja, Serbia.
www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm for Conoplja and http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910 Bacs-Bodrog megye for Csonoplya
The town of Conoplja is listing VARGA.
www.telekom.yu/SiteTelekom/Default.htm
The LDS-Mormons website is listing Roman Catholic church records of Csonoplya.
07/04/2005, 20:58:32
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Julie: Re: Varga family from Geszt village
Thank you for translating. I still do not understand the last two words of the message! I should learn Hungarian!
07/04/2005, 22:22:19
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szuszanna: Varga
I am also born as Varga. My mom has past on , but I do know some of my family history . My mom was born in Orgovany Hungary to maria rapcso and sandor varga in 1922 she had a sister who was older then her magdalena. Their mom died when my mama was only 3 years old . Their father around the same time he was stabed to death. My mom was placed with farmers and her sister with the police family in that area. Howe ever Magdalena disapeerd when germans came in, what ever happend to magda we never found out.My mama marrid at 17 or 18 a jozsefni szikszai in kiskufelegyhasa .He died before my sister was born but had my mom send out to germany before my sisters birth. It would be wonderfull to find out more about my grandfather varga and what ever happend to my aunt and about the rapcso family i know that my mom loved her grandfather she always said what beautifull white hair he had and that she saw her granparents now and then , she also said that she had many cousins and one came and saw her in germany right after the war, he had told her most cousins moved to ketszkomet?(spelling).I do not speak hungaryan but love to learn since i am very proud to be full hungaryan since my father was also from hungary, i just realy love to solve the mistery of my disapiering aunt and more of my family.
09/04/2005, 20:34:57
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ltbiking: transylvania
I am looking for any Varga's that lived in the Transylvania area before 1900. Any information would be wonderful.
11/04/2005, 19:49:19
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Rapcso: Re: Varga
Hello Szuszanna !

My name István Rapcsó in Hungary.Sorry I am little bit
speak English.
Az utóbbi hetekben kezdtem a családtörténetet nyomozni,
így találtam rá erre a fórumra.Sajnos még nagyon az elején
tartok,de a Rapcsó ritka név,csak rokonokat ismerek ezzel a
névvel,és mi is az Alföldön lakunk.

18/04/2005, 20:28:23
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Rapcso: Re: Varga
Szuszanna,

drope me a line my E-mail adress.
ketszkomet?(Kecskemet(

Hoping to hear from you Istvan
19/04/2005, 19:47:06
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Rapcso: Re: Varga
Szuszanna,

drope me a line my E-mail adress.
ketszkomet?(Kecskemet(

Hoping to hear from you Istvan
19/04/2005, 19:48:51
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Marika: Varga - család keresése
Sok- sok év várakozása után , úgy döntöttem, hogy megkeresem a Varga rokonságot Canadából.Bár én már a negyedik generáció vagyok, de remélem nem lesz hiábavaló a kutatásom.Mi ösztönzött rá? Az, hogy nagymamám meghalt és a megmaradt levelek között megtaláltam a fényképeket, amely a Varga családé volt.De nem tudok vele mit kezdeni. Hátha tud nekem valaki segíteni benne.Tehát segítséget kérek Önöktől, ha bárki tud nekem segíteni , akkor szívesen venném. Előre is köszönöm!!!!
Keresem: János Vargát,aki 1983-ban volt 86 éves
kinek van egy ifj.Jahn Varga fia.
Ifj Jahn Vargának van két lánya akiknek a neve:
Dayna : aki 1983-ban volt 5 éves,
Jessika: aki 1983-ban volt 16 hónapos.
János Vargának van egy lánya is aki vak az ő neve: Elenor.
De nem biztos , hogy vak , csak egy családtagom említette, hogy talán vak volt, ő úgy emlékszik vissza.
Elenornak van két fia:
a nagyobbik fiú 1983-ban (április 8.-án)volt 19 éves,a neve: János
a kisebbik fiú 1983-ban (február 27.-én) volt 13 éves, a neve: Pál

Ennyi az információm a talált adatok alapján és persze a fényképek.
Az én kutatásom eredménye:
Varga Jánosnak volt egy huga Varga Anna, aki az én dédnagymamám volt. Én már őt nem ismerhettem meg , mert mire én megszülettem ő már halott volt.
Varga Anna édesanyjának a leánykori neve: Pák Mária
A Pák család valahol Hernád-"Németi"-ben éltek egy darabig.
Varga Anna férje Besenyi Mihály lett.Nekik született 7 gyerekük:Besenyei István,Besenyei Piroska,Besenyei Anna,Besenyei József,Besenyei Erzsébet,Besenyei Margit,Besenyei Ilonka.
Tehát az én nagymamám: Besenyei Piroska
Besenyei Piroka férjhez ment Ricz Istvánhoz.
Tehát: Ricz Istvánné, született: Besenyei Piroska
született:1915.dec.31 születési hely: Taktaszada
Tehát ő az én nagymamám, akinél találtam a levelet és a fényképeket. És még valami, ami fontos lehet a nagymamám a Csincse tanyán született.
Tehát, keresem a "Varga" családot akik Canadában élnek:
János Varga, gyerekei:Ifj.John Varga és Elenor Varga,
Ifj.John Varga lányai: Dayna Varga,Jessika Varga,
Elenor Varga fiai: János és Pál
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Shirley: Re: Varga - család keresése
Could someone please translate this message into English. Thank you and have a wonderful day. Shirley
26/04/2005, 20:25:14
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minera: Re: Varga
Hi Szuszanna:

The town your cousins moved to was probably Kecskemet as the spelling you wrote is phonetick and when read back sounds just like Kecskemet.
Finding relatives lost during the war can be very difficult if not impossible. My grandfather also dissapeared during the war. He was taken by the Germans to a labour camp somewhere in Romania and none of the family could find anything as to what had happened to him. Many people for whatever reasons were shipped to labour camps so it is unlikely many survived the conditions.I recently returned from a trip to Budapest. Finding burial plots or death records can be a problem particularly in big cities. It seems after a certain lenght of time the graves are moved unless a specified amount to 'renew' the locations is paid by the families. My mother and brother died only less than 15 years ago and both had been moved. They had to search through several books before the correct plot number was found and upon looking for it they were again misplaced. It's probably a nightmare trying to find some of the records particularly old ones or anything dating pre or during the last war. I finally found my brother's grave (died in 1995)after traipsing through the cemetary in Jaszbereny district of Budapest, none of the numbers given to me were the correct ones and after freaking out and getting all upset the woman in the office gave me a 'general location' where we spent a whole day searching. I finally found it by chance looking in the completely opposite direction than the 'map' she gave me. My grandparent's graves were gone and the last record had someone else buried there as they were moved. About the only thing you can try is maybe a paper trail but you have to be very persistent and patient. There is no record anywhere of my grandfather on mother's side only his name on the marriage certificate. Some records were put into computers and probably many errors were made. My grandma who died in 1976 was not where she used to be. Immagine my horror when I saw a completely different person buried in her plot! And to make matters worse they couldn't find where she was put after the fact.
Im sure probably small towns are a bit different but big cities are another story.
Minera
28/04/2005, 00:05:38
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minera: Re: Varga
Hi Szuszanna:

The town your cousins moved to was probably Kecskemet as the spelling you wrote is phonetick and when read back sounds just like Kecskemet.
Finding relatives lost during the war can be very difficult if not impossible. My grandfather also dissapeared during the war. He was taken by the Germans to a labour camp somewhere in Romania and none of the family could find anything as to what had happened to him. Many people for whatever reasons were shipped to labour camps so it is unlikely many survived the conditions.I recently returned from a trip to Budapest. Finding burial plots or death records can be a problem particularly in big cities. It seems after a certain lenght of time the graves are moved unless a specified amount to 'renew' the locations is paid by the families. My mother and brother died only less than 15 years ago and both had been moved. They had to search through several books before the correct plot number was found and upon looking for it they were again misplaced. It's probably a nightmare trying to find some of the records particularly old ones or anything dating pre or during the last war. I finally found my brother's grave (died in 1995)after traipsing through the cemetary in Jaszbereny district of Budapest, none of the numbers given to me were the correct ones and after freaking out and getting all upset the woman in the office gave me a 'general location' where we spent a whole day searching. I finally found it by chance looking in the completely opposite direction than the 'map' she gave me. My grandparent's graves were gone and the last record had someone else buried there as they were moved. About the only thing you can try is maybe a paper trail but you have to be very persistent and patient. There is no record anywhere of my grandfather on mother's side only his name on the marriage certificate. Some records were put into computers and probably many errors were made. My grandma who died in 1976 was not where she used to be. Immagine my horror when I saw a completely different person buried in her plot! And to make matters worse they couldn't find where she was put after the fact.
Im sure probably small towns are a bit different but big cities are another story.
Minera
28/04/2005, 00:05:40
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minera: Re: Varga
Hi Szuszanna:

The town your cousins moved to was probably Kecskemet as the spelling you wrote is phonetick and when read back sounds just like Kecskemet.
Finding relatives lost during the war can be very difficult if not impossible. My grandfather also dissapeared during the war. He was taken by the Germans to a labour camp somewhere in Romania and none of the family could find anything as to what had happened to him. Many people for whatever reasons were shipped to labour camps so it is unlikely many survived the conditions.I recently returned from a trip to Budapest. Finding burial plots or death records can be a problem particularly in big cities. It seems after a certain lenght of time the graves are moved unless a specified amount to 'renew' the locations is paid by the families. My mother and brother died only less than 15 years ago and both had been moved. They had to search through several books before the correct plot number was found and upon looking for it they were again misplaced. It's probably a nightmare trying to find some of the records particularly old ones or anything dating pre or during the last war. I finally found my brother's grave (died in 1995)after traipsing through the cemetary in Jaszbereny district of Budapest, none of the numbers given to me were the correct ones and after freaking out and getting all upset the woman in the office gave me a 'general location' where we spent a whole day searching. I finally found it by chance looking in the completely opposite direction than the 'map' she gave me. My grandparent's graves were gone and the last record had someone else buried there as they were moved. About the only thing you can try is maybe a paper trail but you have to be very persistent and patient. There is no record anywhere of my grandfather on mother's side only his name on the marriage certificate. Some records were put into computers and probably many errors were made. My grandma who died in 1976 was not where she used to be. Immagine my horror when I saw a completely different person buried in her plot! And to make matters worse they couldn't find where she was put after the fact.
Im sure probably small towns are a bit different but big cities are another story.
Minera
28/04/2005, 00:05:50
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dsohales: Re: Varga - család keresése
Has anyone translated this message? If someone could, it would be greatly appreciated. I don't speak Hungarian and would like to know what it says and to whom it is addressed. I believe there are names in this message and if I am correct, some look familiar to me. Thank you and have a great day!
28/04/2005, 17:23:25
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erzsike: Re: Varga - család keresése
hi, i was waiting for someone else whos a regular to do it, but as they havent i'll do it! :o) here goes...

After many years of wondering, ive decided to try and find my Varga relatives in Canada. Although im the fourth generation, i hope my efforts wont be in vain.What prompted my quest? well, my grandmother died, and among her documents and letters there were some photos,which showed the varga family.I really dont know where to start!Im hoping someone here can help me. So if anyone can be of assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. please accept my thanks in advance!

Im looking for: János Varga, who in 1983 was 86 years old. he has a son, Jahn Varga.
Jahn Varga has two daughters, whose names are:
Dayna, who in 1983 was 5
Jessika, who in 1983 was 16 months
János Varga also has a daughter, whose name is Elenor.
Im not sure, but a relative said she is blind, but isnt certain, thats just how its recalled.
Elenor has two sons:
János, who in 1983 was 19 (birthday 8th April)
Pál, who in 1983 was 13 (birthday 27 feb)

In addition i have found the following information:

János Varga had a younger sister, Anna, who was my great grandmother. I never got to meet her, as she died before i was born.

Varga Annas mothers maiden name was Pák Mária.
The Pák family lived in Hernád Németi for a while.
Varga Annas husband was Besenyei Mihály. They had 7 children: István, Piroska, Anna, József, Erzsébet, Margit and Ilonka.

My grandmother was Besenyei Piroska, who was born 31st December 1915 in Taktaszada.
She married Ricz István,and therefore became Ricz Istvánné.
She was the grandmother amongst whose possesions i found the photos and letters. One more thing, that may be of importance, my grandmother was born on the Csincse tanya.

So, once again, im looking for the Varga family, who live in Canada.

János Varga, his children John and Elenor.
John Vargas daughters, Dayna and Jessika.
Elenors sons, János and Pál.


Phew, hope that helps! Erzsike

29/04/2005, 12:32:03
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minera: Re: Varga - család keresése
Hi Erzsike:

If you have an idea what city in Canada your relatives live
try checking Canada411 directories. They have a listing of people and their phone numbers/addresses as per the telephone books. If they are in Toronto do a search for Ontario. If you need any help let me know and I will do my best.
Minera
www.canada411.ca
is the address
29/04/2005, 22:10:43
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erzsike: Re: Varga - család keresése
Hi Minera,
thanks for your reply, but i was just translating the above message, in response to a couple of requests about it! but thanks anyway, the ladys name who posted the message is Marika, and she'll be able to use the useful info youve posted, so i dont spose it matters who it was addressed to! I however can only wish for relatives in canada! :o)
take care, erzsike.:o)
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erzsike: Re: Varga - család keresése
im not sure whats going on, so if this has posted twice, im sorry!
Hi Minera,
thanks for your reply, but i was just translating the above message, in response to a couple of requests about it! but thanks anyway, the ladys name who posted the message is Marika, and she'll be able to use the useful info youve posted, so i dont spose it matters who it was addressed to! I however can only wish for relatives in canada! :o)
take care, erzsike.:o)
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Marika: Re: Varga - család keresése
Kedves Erzsike!!!!
Köszönöm a segítségedet, hogy lefordítottad a szövegemet!
Nagy -nagy segítség volt nekem , mert én nem tudok angolúl csak magyarúl.A családomban tud a hugom és az öcsém. az öcsém keveset, de a hugom ő jobban tud ,de nagyon elfoglalt. Köszönöm szépen még egyszer a segítségedet!!!
Marika
30/04/2005, 13:06:07
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Marika: Re: Varga - család keresése
Kedves Erzsike!!!!
Köszönöm a segítségedet, hogy lefordítottad a szövegemet!
Nagy -nagy segítség volt nekem , mert én nem tudok angolúl csak magyarúl.A családomban tud a hugom és az öcsém. az öcsém keveset, de a hugom ő jobban tud ,de nagyon elfoglalt. Köszönöm szépen még egyszer a segítségedet!!!
Marika
30/04/2005, 13:06:18
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erzsike: Re: Varga - család keresése
Kedves Marika,
nagyon örülök hogy tudtam segitenni, remélem hogy lessz belőle valami siker! Ha tudnák még segiteni, tudasd meg velem!:o)
Erzsike
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dsohales: Re: Varga - család keresése
Thank you for translating! The names are familiar, but we did not move to Canada from Hungary. Again, thank you for translating.
02/05/2005, 13:54:02
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Rapcso: Re: Varga
Hi Szuszanna,
I dont get your answer,I dont know why.Perhaps you need
refresh this site.To prove retry to send me you letter.

Thanks Istvan
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Rapcso: Re: Varga
Hi Szuszanna,
I dont get your answer,I dont know why.Perhaps you need
refresh this site.To prove retry to send me you letter.

Thanks Istvan
04/05/2005, 04:29:37
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varszaba: Re: kérdés
Szia Bandi,

A többi rokon után miért nem kutattál(Mayr, Csőgör , Ragó)

Üdv Szabi
13/05/2005, 00:15:03
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Lajos:
thanks for the info on Sarosi Katalin. I will have to write to her first. I spent one week in Budapest last month but did not have time to do all the searching I needed to do. I did contact some living relatives and got a bit more information what to look for and where etc. But I did not want to show up on anyone's doorstep so the Sarosi relative will get a letter first. Szocs Aron utca where my mother moved to from before she died from the complex changed. New apartments where some of the people I remembered where ie Deruzs Preszo.
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi
I forgot to mention in my previous post that Lajos Reich is retiring. I wish him the best of luck and no doubt he will enjoy his well desrved rest. I hope he will drop in to the forums occassionally and keep in touch. He has been very valuable and helpful to most of us and our questions.
Good luck Lajos and take care!
Minera

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Gabriella
Csókolom Varga Boti!
Ön irja,hogy egy család része Vajdaságban ment,lehetséges,hogy Ňbecsére(Becse),nagymamám felöl vannak Vargák egy nagynéném még él bár nem igen tartjuk a kapcsolatot,de a jövö hónapban megyünk Becsére utánna nézek.Önnek vannak pontosabb információi a becsei rokonsághoz.U.I.:a Berta családban keverödtek a Vargák
Üdv.Gabriella
18/05/2005, 11:10:41
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szuszanna: Re: Varga
istvan
I send 2 long messages i do not know what went wrong
you can email me directly.stromberg1 -a-t- msn -d-o-t- com
hope to hear from you soon
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melinda: Re: transylvania
Hello
My grand-grand-grand(?) father name was Varga Janos.He was born in 1876 in Mezobodon(Transilvania,Romania) his wife name was Fekete Anna and she was born in Marosludas(Trans.) in 1880.Their son Varga Daniel is my grand-grand father. That's all I know...
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Gabriella: Re: Andrasfalva
Helló László!

Lehetséges, hogy rokonai Becse felé is laktak?
ha igen értesitsen,köszönöm.
Üdv,Gabriella
02/06/2005, 18:01:18
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Csaba: Re: Andrasfalva
Tisztelt Gabriella!
Sajnos Varga rokonom (kozeli)nem elt Becsen vagy a kornjeken tudasom szerint.
Bocsanat a magyar irasi hibakon.
Udvozlet Laszlo Varga
02/06/2005, 23:59:47
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Rapcso: Re: Andrasfalva
Kedves Gabriella!

Azzal a kéréssel fordulok Önhöz,hogy Becséhez közel van
Tiszakálmánfalva/Budisava/,ott éltek Rapcsó-k,ha vmit esetleg megtudna róluk,megköszöném.

Szuszanna !

I writted 2 letters your address,I given't answer.
You receive my e-mail?

István
03/06/2005, 19:46:49
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Ki_Of_The_Sand: Re: Varga family
When I was in Washington, DC, at the Holocaust Museum, we had to pick up ID cards, and the ID inside mine was of your grandmother. I wanted somemore information on the woman in my card, and now I've found some.

This image is attached to the message.
To see the image in original size, please click on it.
01/07/2005, 16:43:43
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Ki Of The Sand
Can you please clairify whose grandmother you are talking about? This sounds like some good information for someone on this board.
Thank you!
Judi
01/07/2005, 17:48:23
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 Varga - Mosonmagyarovar_[moson] forum: Lawrence Varga: Varga
 Varga - Mosonmagyarovar_[moson] forum: Lawrence Varga: Varga
 Varga - Mosonmagyarovar_[moson] forum: kezdi: Re: Varga
ili
A dédnagyapám neve Varga Tivadar volt, aki Jászón született. Az 1900-as évek elején a sógorával /Hering János/, kiment Amerikába. St. Luisból érkezett tőlük az utólsó híradás, valószínűleg 1904-ben.
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Alena: Varga Gyorgy
Hi!
I'm trying to start to build our family tree and I'm stuck right at the beggining. My father Robert was born in Hungary 4.8 1946 in a place called Kerekegyhaza ( i'm not sure of the spelling unfortunately). Year later they all moved to that time Czechoslovakia. My grandfathers name was Gyorgy Varga, my gmothers Magdalena Handelsman. Gfathers mum was called Teresa, and is believed she came from an aristocratic family. The name of the family I belive was either von Estergally(again not sure of the spelling) or de Estergally. I'd like to trace my grandfathers origins very much so. He had 11 siblings, some of them might still be alive.
My gfather was a topographer and saved my gmothers life when she escaped from a concentration camp (she was of Jewish origin from Mukacevo in Carpathian Russia).
I would appreciate any information.
Thank you!
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Horváth Attila: Balaton felvidék
Kedves Kutatótársak és családkeresők!
Balaton-felvidéki Varga és Rácz családot kutatom behatóbban (gyulakeszi, Káptalantóti, Mindszentkálla, Szentbékálla és ezek környékein). Ha esetleg lenne valaki, aki úgyszint errefele kutat, keres, szívesen cserélnék eszmét vele.
Tisztelettel
Attila
16/09/2005, 20:04:49
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Jamar: Re: Varga family
My grandfathers name is Josef Varga. He was born in Kenderes, Hungary. He had two daughters. I can advise you of more information regarding the Varga hertitage line via email, as i'm working right now..

regards,

Jeff email is: maninov -a-t- hotmail -d-o-t- com
16/10/2005, 23:25:36
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Jamar: Re: Varga family
My grandfathers name is Josef Varga. He was born in Kenderes, Hungary. He had two daughters. I can advise you of more information regarding the Varga hertitage line via email, as i'm working right now..

regards,

Jeff email is: maninov -a-t- hotmail -d-o-t- com
16/10/2005, 23:25:37
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Jamar: Re: Varga family
My grandfathers name is Josef Varga. He was born in Kenderes, Hungary. He had two daughters. I can advise you of more information regarding the Varga hertitage line via email, as i'm working right now..

regards,

Jeff email is: maninov -a-t- hotmail -d-o-t- com
16/10/2005, 23:25:41
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Jamar: Re: Varga family
My grandfathers name is Josef Varga. He was born in Kenderes, Hungary. He had two daughters. I can advise you of more information regarding the Varga hertitage line via email, as i'm working right now..

regards,

Jeff email is: maninov -a-t- hotmail -d-o-t- com
16/10/2005, 23:25:56
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jamar: Re: Varga family
My great grandfathers name was Joseph Varga.
He was widowed on at least two occassions.
He had two daughters, one of whom dies aged 7 years.
His family lived in Kenderes.
I have a longer family tree, that may be related at some stage.
I will check the details with my grandmother and let you know.

regards,

Jeff
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Stefan: Re: transylvania
I wonder is there is a link between the two families here?
The years seem to line up but the names are different.
Read the previous posts and see if you can relate to any of it from what has been passed down to you.

The Bander that followed the Varga name, I think is a designation for the militia that was put together by the Russyn Stepan Bander against the invading throne from Moscow.



Previous Posts......................................


Hello
My grand-grand-grand(?) father name was Varga Janos.He was born in 1876 in Mezobodon(Transilvania,Romania) his wife name was Fekete Anna and she was born in Marosludas(Trans.) in 1880.Their son Varga Daniel is my grand-grand father. That's all I know...


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This was my earlier message:

I too am following the Varga name. My grandpa was born in then Hungarian Nagylak to Istvan and Szusana Varga. His name is Janos Varga (1919 - Present). Istvan(Stefan) Varga (died in about 1955 in Lovrin Romania) had 6 children (Szuzana (i.e. Slovak Zuzka), Maria (i.e Slovak Marka), Judith (i.e. Slovak Judka), Istvan he was blind(i.e Slovak Pista), Janos my grandfather (i.e Slovak Iano) and Ghuri (i.e George).

My grandfather knows very little of his fathers family except that his father was Istvan Varga-Bander. I don't know what the "Bander" designation was. His father supposedly had two brothers Janos and Peter Varga-Bander. My grandfathers grandfather was Janos Varga-Bander and he either died in Nagylak or some other town in Hungary. My greatgreatgrandfather (Janos Varga-Bander had two brothers, one moved to Butin (Timis County), Romania (This is where my mother comes from)and the other brother moved to Mocrea (Arad County) Romania.

The intersting this is that the brother that moved to Butin was the greatgrandfather to my grandpa on my mothers side on his mothers side.

I am trying to find out where the Janos Varga-Bander in Nagylak came from. They all spoke Slovak & Hungarian.

My grandpa knows that he has one cousin in Magyar-Nagylak that he lost conact with.
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Kathleen Parr: Re: transylvania
Hello, my grandfather was born in 1889, Takó János. He was born in Kerta, a small Village at the border of Vas and Veszprém counties. In the family tree there is a Varga Erzsébet, she did marry a Takó János. These relatives moved from Transilvania to Kerta. Thats all I know. If anyone has any information please let me know.
Thank you,
Kathleen
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Lacidoki: Re: Rakospalota
Dear Bill, I am Laszlo Horvath junior. My oncle was Lajos STEFANCSIK from Enekes utca. My grandmother and your grandma were sisters. My grandma visited to USA in the beginning of 1960s. You and me met in JASZBERENY in the 1970s, you drove a small VW when you visited us. I was a young teenager then. I am very glad to hear of you . Unfortunately oncle Lajos has died in 2002. His wife has died this summer in 2005. Me and my father were their funeral. Please contact me, me and my family should be very happy. Best regards, Laszlo
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Lacidoki: Re: Rakospalota
Dear Bill, I am Laszlo Horvath junior. My oncle was Lajos STEFANCSIK from Enekes utca. My grandmother and your grandma were sisters. My grandma visited to USA in the beginning of 1960s. You and me met in JASZBERENY in the 1970s, you drove a small VW when you visited us. I was a young teenager then. I am very glad to hear of you . Unfortunately oncle Lajos has died in 2002. His wife has died this summer in 2005. Me and my father were their funeral. Please contact me, me and my family should be very happy. Best regards, Laszlo
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Bernadett: Re: Varga family
Sajnálattal közlöm, hogy Varga Jolán, férjes neve Horgosi Istvánné, nincs közöttünk többé.
Itt olyan sokan érdeklödnek Vargák után, hogy úgy godoltam közzé teszem.
1941-ben született Kunhegyesen. Varga József és Bacsu Julianna gyermekeként. Varga Margit volt a növére, a nagymamám. Kisújszálláson érettségizett, majd fül-, orr-,gégészeten dolgozott Budapesten az elmúlt 40 évben.
Aki a családhoz tartozik, kérem írjon.
Köszönettel: Galambos Bernadett
30/11/2005, 22:44:52
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Valika: Re: Varga family
szeretettel udvozlok minden Varga csaladot!! Nagytatam, Varga Karoly szuleivel eggyutt Kis-Marjarol jottek at Nagyvaradhoz 30 km-rreHegykozSzentImrere (Romania) Kb haboru utan , azt hiszem akkoriba a jolet remenyeben jottek errefele az emberek!! Nos a sors ugy adta hogy anyai nagyszuleim is epp ez okbol kerultek erre a kornyekre, csakhogy ok Bekes megyebeol,Egessz kis koromba, az az kb42 evvel ezelott, el jott egy kedves rokon Kismarjarol minket meglatogatni, de tobbet sosem lattam:)) es nem is hallottam rolluk! Ha valaki ismer ijen nevut a kornyekrol es tud valamijen infot irjon, szivesen ismerkednek veluk! Cimem; valeriakamenszki -a-t- gmail -d-o-t- com
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Valika: Re: Varga family
szeretettel udvozlok minden Varga csaladot!! Nagytatam, Varga Karoly szuleivel eggyutt Kis-Marjarol jottek at Nagyvaradhoz 30 km-rreHegykozSzentImrere (Romania) Kb haboru utan , azt hiszem akkoriba a jolet remenyeben jottek errefele az emberek!! Nos a sors ugy adta hogy anyai nagyszuleim is epp ez okbol kerultek erre a kornyekre, csakhogy ok Bekes megyebeol,Egessz kis koromba, az az kb42 evvel ezelott, el jott egy kedves rokon Kismarjarol minket meglatogatni, de tobbet sosem lattam:)) es nem is hallottam rolluk! Ha valaki ismer ijen nevut a kornyekrol es tud valamijen infot irjon, szivesen ismerkednek veluk! Cimem; valeriakamenszki -a-t- gmail -d-o-t- com
09/12/2005, 23:59:05
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Can anyone please kindly translate this message?
Thanks, Judi
16/12/2005, 16:28:26
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Can anyone please translate Valika's message? I wish I could speak and read Hungrian! Thank you, Judi
16/12/2005, 16:30:33
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Sorry, I did not clarify that I would also appreciate a translation to Bernadete's message. Thank you, Judi
16/12/2005, 16:33:22
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valika: Re: Varga family
Judi ! Ird meg mikor vagy a Skip-n! Hatha ott el erhetnenk egymast es a fiam tolmacsolna, kicsit tud angolul!:) Koszi A Skipe cimem:,, vevuszv ,,Szia1!
28/12/2005, 23:36:36
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valika: Re: Varga family
Judi ! Ird meg mikor vagy a Skip-n! Hatha ott el erhetnenk egymast es a fiam tolmacsolna, kicsit tud angolul!:) Koszi A Skipe cimem:,, venuszv ,,Szia1!
28/12/2005, 23:37:13
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Laura: Re: Varga family
Hi! I'm a Hungarian girl. My grandfather's name is Varga Istvan, he had a lot of brothers and sisters, one of them, might called Joseph moved to America, to Chicago if I remember right or what, he has a daughter called Judy or July and she can be about 35-40 years old now. She was in Hungary sometimes with his father to visit my grandfather in Kiskunfélegyháza. This family in the USA raises ostrichs or dogs (or both or none of them):) and have a Hungarian restaurant or confectionery in the city. You know, they sell Hungarian cookies and everything... I just wanna kno where they live in the USA. Hope you can help me:)
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Laura: Re: Varga family
Hi! I'm a Hungarian girl. My grandfather's name is Varga Istvan, he had a lot of brothers and sisters, one of them, might called Joseph moved to America, to Chicago if I remember right or what, he has a daughter called Judy or July and she can be about 35-40 years old now. She was in Hungary sometimes with his father to visit my grandfather in Kiskunfélegyháza. This family in the USA raises ostrichs or dogs (or both or none of them):) and have a Hungarian restaurant or confectionery in the city. You know, they sell Hungarian cookies and everything... I just wanna kno where they live in the USA. Hope you can help me:)
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Valika,
Nagyon sajnalom ha en megsert te. En keres Varga's in Hungary. Nagyon sajnahom for poor Hungarian language skills. Judi
Valika,
I am sorry if I offended you. I am looking for Varga's in Hungary I might be related to. I was hoping your post was from a relative. Sorry for the misunderstanding. Judi
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Galambos Bernadett,
I have been spending most of the evening trying to translate your post as well as Valika's. If I understand correctly, you know of a Varga Jozef and a Bacsu Julianna who had a child in 1941 in Kunhegysen. Varga Margit was the grandmother.
My grandfather Varga Josef was born in Hungary in 1879. Could the Jozef you are talking about be a nephew? Can't help but wonder. I pray that there is a relation. Some say my grandfather was born in Budapest. But there are so many Varga's in Hungary.
I had hoped to write to you in my poor Hungarian, but my online-Magyar-Angol dictionary stopped working. So I'll try again. Thank you, Judi
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mateos: Re: Varga family
There are 4 Joseph Varga's withing 150 miles of Chicago, one in Madison Wisconsin 146 miles away, and 3 are in South Bend Indiana which is 87 miles away and many take the commuter train to work in Chicago. They can be found at www.whitepages.com Just run a search on Joseph Varga.
04/01/2006, 20:48:01
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valika: Re: Varga family
En is sajnalom de azt hiszem a Botinak akartam irni:))) Bihardioszeg, a szulofalumhoz, 1 km-rre van!!:)))
04/01/2006, 21:34:28
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Valika,
Koszonom one valasz. Nagyon sajnalom ennek felreertes. Judi

Thank you for your reply. I am sorry for this misunderstanding. Judi
05/01/2006, 02:13:01
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi:
I read your post and I am translating Bernadett's message as best as I can for you.
She wrote:
" With deep regret I wish to inform everyone that Varga Jolan, married name Horgosi Istvane is no longer among us.
There are so many here seeking information regarding Varga families, I thought I would add my message among them.
She was born in 1941, in Kunhegy. Varga Jozsef and Bacsu Julianna were her parents. Her sister Varga Margit was my grandmother. She finished her edication in Kisuszallas and worked at an ear/nose clinic in Budapest for the past 40 years of her life. Anyone who belongs to the family please write me.
Sincerely
Galambos Bernadett"
I tried to translate exact meaning. It appears Varga Jolan her grandmother's sister died, and anyone belonging to the family to write her.

Hope the above helps.
Minera
05/01/2006, 07:37:00
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi again Judi:
Valika's message was:

"Loving greetings to all Varga families. My grandfather Varga Karoly along with his parents came to Nagyvarad from KisMajar approximately 30 km from HegkozSentImre (Romania) sometimes after the war.
I think that at that time they wanted a new life as did many others. As fate had it my grandparents on mother's side also came to this area for the same reasons. The came from Bekesmegye.
When I was very small approximately 42 years ago, a dear relative came from Kismarja to visist us. The only time I saw the relative and have not seen or heard from or about them since. If anyone know someone with the name and any information I would love to meet with them.
email: valeriakamenszki-a-t-gmail-d-o-t-com "

Unfortunately she does not mention the name of the relative or their gender whenther they were male of female.

Hope the above helps.
Minera
05/01/2006, 07:56:47
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
OH, Judi,
you have learnt Hungarian............
Thet Andrafalva could be also Endrefalva, what is not too near, but quite not far of Budapest, Look at the map
http://www.terkepcentrum.hu/index.asp?go=mapeu&rid=0&lx=0&ly=0&nz=2.50&z=500.0&cx=19,573252&cy=48,127858
I have a schoolfriend in that area (Szécsény) will ask him.
Judi, the aol closed the axelero letters (not me). So, when you did not get letters of me, you can write me by via Shirley.
Lajos
05/01/2006, 09:33:16
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Mateos,
Thank you for your reply. Maybe it's possible these Josephs are related to my grandfather. Especially the one in South Bend.
I was communicating with a Vargo from South Bend who said our family history sounded like his. He said he would ask an older relative for the family tree he did in high school. He never wrote back after many e-mails I sent him.
Thanks again.
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:25:03
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Mateos,
Thank you for your reply. Maybe it's possible these Josephs are related to my grandfather. Especially the one in South Bend.
I was communicating with a Vargo from South Bend who said our family history sounded like his. He said he would ask an older relative for the family tree he did in high school. He never wrote back after many e-mails I sent him.
Thanks again.
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:25:07
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Mateos,
Thank you for your reply. Maybe it's possible these Josephs are related to my grandfather. Especially the one in South Bend.
I was communicating with a Vargo from South Bend who said our family history sounded like his. He said he would ask an older relative for the family tree he did in high school. He never wrote back after many e-mails I sent him.
Thanks again.
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:25:15
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Kedves Lajos,
I can't say I've really learned Hungarian, but the Magyar-Anglo dictionary you sent comes in handy. I still have trouble because Hungarian words have so many different meanings, but it's fun to try.
Let me know if you get a new e-mail address. I'll write through Shirley in the meantime.
Kozenom for the map information.
05/01/2006, 15:29:41
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Minera,
Thanks so much for the translation. Yours was better than mine. I'm still learning, thanks to our good friend and Hugarian Ambassador, Reich Lajos.
One Hungarian word can have several meanings, so I'm learning day by day to be careful! :-)
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:34:17
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Minera,
Again, Thanks for your translation. It gives me a better understanding of the message. Looking for Vargo/Varga relatives is not an easy task as there are so many in Hungary.
Thanks very much,
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:43:23
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Judi: Re: Varga family
Minera,
Again, Thanks for your translation. It gives me a better understanding of the message. Looking for Vargo/Varga relatives is not an easy task as there are so many in Hungary.
Thanks very much,
Judi
05/01/2006, 15:43:27
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
Glad to be of any help. It is very frustrating when there are so many with the same last name. Being from Hungary myself, I have a bit of an easier time as I still have relatives back home. I am making a book, sort of a story of my life and journeys to how I got here and where I am today in my life. I am also translating old letters, and attaching photographs etc. It is easier as I have most of my documents,landing manifests,birth certificates, death certificates etc. I think sometime in the future it would be a great legacy to leave behind for my children. I also labeled, dated and explained what is in many photos on the back of them. When I was young photos were hard to come by and thankfully my father had an interest in photography, so I have a lot of pictures of relatives, my life in the refugee camps after the revolution and many others after that. Unfortunately, many others have a lot more meagre resources to start their search with. I wish you the best in your search and don't give up.
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05/01/2006, 18:10:52
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ancabhan: Mary Varga
Mary Varga born 24th December 1841 Golniczbanya, Szepes, Hungary. Her parents would be Victor Varga and Maria Fritts. Mary came to the United States in 1888 with her husband John Martinedes and her children, Jospeh, Rose, Stepehn, Mary and Martin. I would like very much to know if anyone has knowledge of this family in Hungary or if anyone knows relatives of this family in Hungary, especially Victor Varga. Thank you in advance for your help.
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ancabhan: Mary Varga
Mary Varga born 24th December 1841 Golniczbanya, Szepes, Hungary. Her parents would be Victor Varga and Maria Fritts. Mary came to the United States in 1888 with her husband John Martinedes and her children, Jospeh, Rose, Stepehn, Mary and Martin. I would like very much to know if anyone has knowledge of this family in Hungary or if anyone knows relatives of this family in Hungary, especially Victor Varga. Thank you in advance for your help.
06/01/2006, 02:01:09
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Zlatica: Re: Mary Varga
ancabhan

The town of Golniczbanya, Szepes megye, Hungary is now Gelnica, Spis region, Slovak Republic.
www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm for location
The phone book of Gelnica is listing VARGA, FRIC^ (which could be your FRITTS). www.zoznamst.sk
06/01/2006, 02:16:51
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darcyvarga: Re: Varga family
Hi Laura,

I am researching my husband's family and have a Karoly Varga, born in Bezded, Szabolcs Megye, Hungary in 1882 or 1883. He immigrated to the US in 1907. He married Julianna Bacskai from Kisgéres, Zemplén Megye prior to immigrating. They settled in Carteret, NJ (then known as Chrome). Do you know what part of Hungary the Vargas you're researching are from?

Thanks,
Darcy
09/01/2006, 01:59:35
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valika: Re: Varga family
O, mennyi egybeeses:)))) Merthogy az en apam, es apai nagyapam is Varga Karoly volt.....!!!
09/01/2006, 06:43:49
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andrea robidoux: Re: kérdés
I was born in Hungary in 1968, currently I am living in US, for over 21 years. I like to get a copy of my birth certificate but I am not sure who, and where to contact in regards to that. I have search the web, found nothing.
Would you please help.
I am looking for my father in hungary that I never had a chance to meet
Please help

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26/01/2006, 19:31:56
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andrea robidoux: segitseget kerek
I was born in Hungary in 1968, currently I am living in US, for over 21 years. I like to get a copy of my birth certificate but I am not sure who, and where to contact in regards to that. I have search the web, found nothing.
Would you please help.
I am looking for my father in hungary that I never had a chance to meet
Please help

Andrea
26/01/2006, 19:35:01
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mjk: Obtaining birth certificate
Hello Andrea,
It is not difficult to obtain a birth certificat in Hungary.
YOu must know the town where you were born and write a letter or phone the City Hall where they keep the records. (provided you speak Hungarian) They will have a record of your birth and they can issue you a copy of your birth certificate for a fee of less than $20.
If you have a relative in Hungary perhaps they can help you to get the birth certificate.
Good luck.
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26/01/2006, 19:52:47
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kezdi: Re: segitseget kerek
Andrea,
Because privacy laws, personal datas only available thru official sources. Outside of Hungary, the easiest is from the embassy or counsulates.
26/01/2006, 19:53:23
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mjk: Segitseget kerek
Hello Andrea,
It is not difficult to obtain a birth certificat in Hungary.
YOu must know the town where you were born and write a letter or phone the City Hall where they keep the records. (provided you speak Hungarian) They will have a record of your birth and they can issue you a copy of your birth certificate for a fee of less than $20.
If you have a relative in Hungary perhaps they can help you to get the birth certificate.
Good luck.
Mjk
26/01/2006, 19:53:48
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minera: Re: segitseget kerek
Hi Andrea:
The best thing you can do is go to your nearest Hungarian Consulate in US and give them all your information. They will probably ask you for identification, and charge you a small fee. They do not freely give the certificates to anyone, although when I got married I wrote and received one with the help of my mother. Your best bet would be the embassy unless you plan to visit then you can get the documents personally.
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minera: Re: segitseget kerek
Hi Andrea:
The best thing you can do is go to your nearest Hungarian Consulate in US and give them all your information. They will probably ask you for identification, and charge you a small fee. They do not freely give the certificates to anyone, although when I got married I wrote and received one with the help of my mother. Your best bet would be the embassy unless you plan to visit then you can get the documents personally.
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Orsi
Sziasztok!
Szeretném felkutatni az apai ágamat, és csak két nevet tudok.Ők a dédszüleim:Varga József szül.:1867., Czibere Ágnes 1871. Ők ha minden igaz Nádudvarról származnak. Az ő fiúk ( a nagypapám) Varga Sándor 1906. és ha minden igaz volt 3 testvére. Ha valakinek ismerős lenne nagyon örülnék.
02/02/2006, 20:50:23
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asouto: Varga in Fulposdaroc
My great-great-grandmother was Erzsebet Varga, born in 1850 in Fulposdaroc. She moved to Porcsalma when she married Szarka Karoly. I believe they had 3 children - Karoly (1874, who is my great-grandfather), Joszef (1878), and Istvan (1876 - died very young, maybe at birth?). Is there anyone in this group who might have some information on her?
Thank you!
Anna
06/02/2006, 21:21:34
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Orsi: Re: Varga in Fulposdaroc
Sajnos nem ismerős. Az én dédszüleim Nádudvaron születtek, majdnem az egész família.És a nagypapámék nem hárman, hanem kilencen voltak testvérek, ezt is csak most tudtam meg.
07/02/2006, 08:27:20
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Tamás: családfakutatás
Üdv!
Nekem is Varga volt a dédnagyapám, így tévedtem ide.
Arról szeretnék érdeklődni, Önök hogyan derítették ki a családfjukat, tudnának nekem néhány hasznos infóval szolgálni? Én a Varga ágat mindössze 1900-ig tudtam visszavezetni, de a másik ágon is csak 1896-ig jutottam.
Esetleg valaki tudna segíteni?

Köszönettel
Tamás
14/02/2006, 19:59:10
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Orsi: Re: családfakutatás
Sajnos bővebben nem tudom, hogy kell ezt csinálni, nekem az egyik barátnőm családfakutatással foglalkozik, én összeszedtem annyi adatot amennyit csak tudtam, és ő indult el levéltárakba kutatni. Nekem annyival szerencsém volt, hogy a nagypapám volt Varga, aki 1906-ban született és meg volt az ő szüleiről a papír, és eleve már az 1800-s évek közepéből indultunk. De nem egyszerű, mert rengeteg Varga van.Az enyémek Nádudvarról származnak.
Ha nagyjából tudja honnan származnak, érdemes az ottani anyakönyvekbe, vagy mikrofilmekbe belemélyedni, és bogarászni. Üdv Orsi
15/02/2006, 17:20:21
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erdospal: Porcsalma
Kedves Anna!

Az üzenetében olvastam Porcsalma nevét, az én családom részben onnan származik, illetve részben még mindig ott élnek, Horváth, Katona, Erd?s, Zséder stb. családok

Amennyiben valamelyik családdal rokonságban áll, írjon privát email címemre: erdospal kukac tvn.hu
16/02/2006, 12:10:44
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 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: jf: VARGA FROM DOL. DOBRAVA
 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: kezdi: Re: VARGA FROM DOL. DOBRAVA
 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: Zlatica : Re: VARGA FROM DOL. DOBRAVA
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24/02/2006, 22:53:01
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 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: jfigueroa: Re: VARGA FROM DOL. DOBRAVA
 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: jfigueroa: Family in Detkovac
 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: jfigueroa: Krizovljan
aranyos: Varga
I am trying to locate any information on Anna Varga she was born in 1892 in Hungary (dont know which town)and died in Feb 1956 in Mezokovacshaza. She Married Ferenc Banyik and had 6 children Ferenc, Istvan, Maria, Rosalia, Anna and Julianna. Ferenc Banyik was a baker. Anna Varga is my Great Grandmother. Any information will help. Thanking you.
20/03/2006, 02:29:05
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aranyos: Varga
I am trying to locate any information on Anna Varga she was born in 1892 in Hungary (dont know which town)and died in Feb 1956 in Mezokovacshaza. She Married Ferenc Banyik and had 6 children Ferenc, Istvan, Maria, Rosalia, Anna and Julianna. Ferenc Banyik was a baker. Anna Varga is my Great Grandmother. Any information will help. Thanking you.
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Tamás
Vannak itt Varga vezetéknevűek Nógrád megyéből? Dédszüleim Borsosberényben születtek és éltek.
07/04/2006, 18:51:45
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mummery: Karoly josef VARGA
my grandfather was Karoly josef varga and his wife veronica (berri) he was born apporox 1904 his mothers name Christine Varga my g/ parents had 2 sons karoly josef and Andres my gandmother was put into a sanutaruim in Budapest for Tubeculosis around 1942 the sanutaruim was bombed and she died leaving my grandfather to raise the children they later escaped and my father and the family live in Australia, I am tring to find information on my grandmother and the boming of the place she was in, she also made tapestrys which were taken from my family by (what i was told) the russians at that time, and then taken to the museum later, my father remembers visiting it as a boy and his father telling him that his mother made them. I any one has info on any of my hungarian family in particually my grandmother it would be great.

regards Christine Varga
24/04/2006, 13:19:37
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ki29ki
Üdvözletem a Varga Családnak!
Az én Dédanyám Varga Flóra Karolina volt, aki Mezővári-ban született és Tiszacsécsén házasodott öszze Kende Gáspárral 1884. jan. 03.-án
Az én Szépanyám volt Varga Julianna akinek a férje Kende János volt Tiszakóródon és az 1700-as évek végén, az 1800-as évek elején házasodtak össze.
Várom az érintettek jelentkezését: k-ende -a-t- freemail -d-o-t- hu
Üdvözlettel:Kende István
21/05/2006, 12:45:10
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zsuzsa
A nagypapám, Varga Tibor Máramarosszigetről származik és az édesapja festő, nagyapja borbély volt. Majd Budapestre költöztek. Két testvére volt, Ilona és egy jogász fiú, aki eltűnt a háború alatt. Ilona Amerikába költözött a férjével, három gyereke van.
Akinek ismerős a történet, vagy tud valamit a korábbiakról, jelezze itt.
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20/07/2006, 21:06:59
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piroska
Sziasztok!Varga Piroska vagyok sajonos a szüleim már nem élnek! Keresem a rokonaimat. Apám Varga Imre 1930-ban Kondorfán születet. Nagyapám Varga József nagyanyám Németh
Mária.Ménfőcsanakon /Győr mellett éltek.
28/07/2006, 12:06:50
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piroska
Sziasztok!Varga Piroska vagyok sajonos a szüleim már nem élnek! Keresem a rokonaimat. Apám Varga Imre 1930-ban Kondorfán születet. Nagyapám Varga József nagyanyám Németh
Mária.Ménfőcsanakon /Győr mellett éltek.
28/07/2006, 12:07:23
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piroska
Sziasztok!Varga Piroska vagyok sajonos a szüleim már nem élnek! Keresem a rokonaimat. Apám Varga Imre 1930-ban Kondorfán születet. Nagyapám Varga József nagyanyám Németh
Mária.Ménfőcsanakon /Győr mellett éltek.
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piroska
Sziasztok!Varga Piroska vagyok sajonos a szüleim már nem élnek! Keresem a rokonaimat. Apám Varga Imre 1930-ban Kondorfán születet. Nagyapám Varga József nagyanyám Németh
Mária.Ménfőcsanakon /Győr mellett éltek.
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piroska
Sziasztok!Varga Piroska vagyok sajonos a szüleim már nem élnek! Keresem a rokonaimat. Apám Varga Imre 1930-ban Kondorfán születet. Nagyapám Varga József nagyanyám Németh
Mária.Ménfőcsanakon /Győr mellett éltek.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:05:57
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:06:01
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:07:26
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:07:27
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:07:31
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:07:36
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
06/08/2006, 05:07:40
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CharlesChristopherVarga: Re: Varga family
Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.
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minera: Re: Varga family
To who ever wrote this:WE GET THE MESSAGE. NO need to post and spam 25 copies into my mailbox.

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Yes. My Father Charles C. Varga, Jr. was the son of Julia Varga who married Blanche Godeski (Golubesdi) of 98 Pulaski Avenue, Carteret , New Jersey 07008.

I am their son, Charles Christpher Varga III born July 30 , 1939.

The Chrome Section of Carteret at one time was offically "Chrome, New Jersey", with a middle community known as Rosevelt (sp) and a third , Carteret.

Some time after 1900, the three(3) merged into one incorporated town known as Carteret.

Carteret has a rich history of Hungarian peoples who came about the ame period as your Grandfather Josef.

The best place for records is the Hungarian Reform Church of which my Father and Grandfather were long time members. The churh is located on Pershing Avenue.

Born in 1939 , I do not recall Josef specifically, but there were several Varga, Sabo, Nagy, Sandor, Toth, and a host of other for me household names all of whose children and grandchidren all of which wen to grade school and high school together.

The Kovacs Family were also very thick in Carteret. Bill and Amil were very successfull as Pharmacist and Amil as President of Forter Wheeler Canada, and John Brown Shipyard in the UK.

My Fathers Father, Karolyi C. married sisters. The other half was part of the Kovacs and Ganci Families who had a very lare farm in CT - to which we traveled each summer on a working vacation.

Although I was too young to remember Josef, I do believe that a Varga Family did live in Chrome as we also did - with a little gorcer and butcher shop thee.

The Hungarian Reform Church wil be you best source of baptisim an communian and birth records for that period and those Hungarian Families living there.

My name is Charles C. Varga Jr. I am a Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California, n Los Angeles. My mentor is Dr. George Olah, Nobel Laurate at the USC School of Chemistry and who won the prize in 1991 for Super Acids.

I am on leave doing a thesis in Washington DC.

Please write me at:

Charles C. Varga, Jr.
3625 South Grand, Unit 277
Los Angeles, CA 90007

ccvarga -a-t- yahoo.com

ccvarga@adephia.net

p.s -d-o-t- , I plan to visit Hungry soon to see the plae of my Great Grandfathers home, church and possible living relatives there in what I am told is "The County of Kings"

Bes regards,

Karolyi C.

06/08/2006, 08:36:41
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Dr. Endresz Ernő: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Hi!I am a hungarian historian and looking for any family contact of Stephen Varga. He was born Nyiradony ( Hungary )on 08 or 09 of Februar in 1890. He emigrated to USA in 1939 (Sept.)His last addres Dayton, Ohio. (Steven Varga HE 49-18 ??? and C548 BTT ? I don'no it means) Forther information: he had initiated the built of the St. Stephens Church in Dayton, Ohio.(as I know)
If somebody knows any information please send me a message.
Thanks. Dr Endresz, Budapest, Hungary
15/08/2006, 14:55:03
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Dr. Endresz Ernő: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Hi!I am a hungarian historian and looking for any family contact of Stephen Varga. He was born Nyiradony ( Hungary )on 08 or 09 of Februar in 1890. He emigrated to USA in 1939 (Sept.)His last addres Dayton, Ohio. (Steven Varga HE 49-18 ??? and C548 BTT ??? I dont'no it means) Further information: he had initiated the built of the St. Stephens Church in Dayton, Ohio.(as I know)
If somebody knows any information please send me a message.
Thanks. Dr Endresz, Budapest, Hungary
15/08/2006, 14:58:17
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Dr. Endresz Ernő: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Hi!I am a hungarian historian and looking for any family contact of Stephen Varga. He was born Nyiradony ( Hungary )on 08 or 09 of Februar in 1890. His mothers name: Anna Puskás. He emigrated to USA in 1939 (Sept.)His last addres Dayton, Ohio. (Steven Varga HE 49-18 ??? and C548 BTT ??? I dont'no it means) Further information: he had initiated the built of the St. Stephens Church in Dayton, Ohio.(as I know)
If somebody knows any information please send me a message.
Thanks. Dr Endresz, Budapest, Hungary
15/08/2006, 15:01:00
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reich lajos: Re: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Kedves Endresz úr!
Az üzenete azért is nagyon meglepő számomra, mert évek óta próbálunk a barátommal valami fogodzót találni egy másik Varga ügyében........ Nézze végig az üzeneteket, főként az elsőt, ezen a lapon, küldője Otsn -a-t- aol -d-o-t- com Az illető egyébként szintén Ohioban, nem is olyan messze Daytontól, Tipp Cityben lakik. Valami ötlete talán van, hogy lehetne a semmiből elindulni........
Köszönöm a figyelmét: Reich Lajos Budapest.
15/08/2006, 15:19:00
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Otsn -a-t- aol -d-o-t- com: Re: Stephen (Steve) Varga

Dr. Endresz,
I read your post, and the post of my good friend, Reich, Lajos.
I live in the Dayton, Ohio area. I called St. Stephen's Church and got the name of the church historian, Joanne Clark. I called Mrs. Clark and she took down the information you provided in the post. She is having surgery soon and will not be able to research the information for another 2 or 3 weeks. She will also ask the older members of the church about Steven Varga, who helped found this church.
When Mrs. Clark contacts me, I will contact you immediately.
Thank you for the opportunity to help you in any way I can as Reich Lajos has so generously helped me over the years.
Judi Vargo (Varga)
15/08/2006, 16:05:54
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wright: Ida Varga
My grandmother is Ida Varga who married Franck Csuntos.
Ida was born in Zsurk City County Sza Boles Megyei. Her husband Franc Csontos was born in Hliveg, Ardo Abarijtornia, Megyri (County). I have no other information except that Ida arrived March 14,1914. Any ibformation you have is most grateful.






21/08/2006, 00:49:35
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Zlatica : Re: Ida Varga
Wright

You have the most important thing needed for your research except incorrectly spelled and thus you can not find anything.
Here is an old Hungarian megye map:
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910
I think Sza Boles sounds like Szabolcs megye and there a town named Zsurk.
Your Abarijtornia much better as Abauj-Torna megye and Hliveg, Ardo a Hidvegardo.
Check LDS-Mormons website for the church records which you can order and gather ancestral information.
21/08/2006, 01:04:05
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Zlatica : Re: Ida Varga
Hi

Your ancestor, Ida VARGA was naturalized citizen. Set of numbers by her name on her "Ellis Island" manifest.
www.ellisislandrecords.org
VARGA in Zsurk's and CSONTOS in Hidvegardo's phone book www.magyartelekom.hu/fooldal.vm
Possible some distant relatives. (?)
To locate the towns use www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm
A first name translation website will come in handy when you are going thru the church records: http://topolcsanyi.alphalink.com.au/names
21/08/2006, 01:18:21
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KarolyiCVarga: Re: Varga family
I am looking for anyone with relatives who ended up in Carteret, NJ 07008 : VARGA, Karolyi, C. Hungarian Reform Chruch, Rev. Harshonhi (sp).

Karyoli C. Vargha III
ccvarga -a-t- yahoo -d-o-t- com or

ccvaga -a-t- adelphia -d-o-t- net

Visiting Scholar; Dr. Geo. Olah Loker Hodrocarbon research Institute at USC.

Greeting to all who respond and everyone else.

Karolyi C.



21/08/2006, 01:25:09
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Eunika: Re: Varga family
My great-grandmother's name was Ilona Varga from Szilagybagos. She was born in 1883. She married Janos Radi, also from Szilagybagos. Does this help you any? I'm also trying to find out who her parents were.
26/09/2006, 22:10:10
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vargazoltan1008: Varga
Dédapámat Varga Józsefnek hívták és Alsómiholjácban (ma Donji Miholjac HR) született a XIX. század utolsó tizedében. Az 1970-es években halt meg és Siklóson van eltemetve. Gyermekei: Mária (1924) János (1933), Júlia és Gizella mind élnek és Siklóson laknak. Aki a családhoz tartozik és tud felmenőket mutatni, kérem írjon.
29/11/2006, 17:42:25
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04/12/2006, 00:13:30
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Shirley: Varga--letter
Hello, I too am looking for Varga. I received a letter from Hungary, concerning a Varga family. However the entire letter is written in Hungarian and was wondering if someone would be willing to translate the letter for me. I'd be very grateful.
Thank you,
Shirley
09/12/2006, 16:56:32
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claude varga: Re: Varga - család keresése
hi, i m freanch speeking so.. my father charley varga had 1brother how was killed at war.anna sister i gess.my grand father had a truck bissnes.i have 1picture of my gran mother 1 of my father 1 of my anth at her wedding i gess its anna. tks a lot my e mail is....mariecloclo6 -a-t- hotmail -d-o-t- com
28/12/2006, 17:04:35
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claude varga: Re: Varga - család keresése
my mom maried in1962 they had me claude and christina, he left us iwas 6.whith i gess was marika... last heurd of him he was in calgary canada he had severe diabeth... he was cook the time he was with us... i think that we have 1 brother in hungary not sure zoltan...for the translation not able tks.
29/12/2006, 15:33:55
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claude varga: Re: Varga - család keresése
loking to find some one how knoes her....tks
i got some more photo with hongarian to translate tks in advance...cv

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29/12/2006, 18:02:55
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claude varga: Re: Varga - család keresése
loking to find some one how knoes her....tks
i got some more photo with hongarian to translate tks in advance...cv

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29/12/2006, 18:07:13
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga--letter
29/12/2006, 21:38:02
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga--letter
Shirley,
please, write me, because I am afraid we lost our contact and that is ache for me (reichl -a-t- t-onle -d-o-t- hu)
That Hungarian letter is not "your" sure.
Love, Lajos
29/12/2006, 21:47:50
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minera: Re: Varga--letter
Hi Lajos
It is nice to see you are still in the forum. You were a great help in the past.
Shirley did email me but never did send me the copy of the letter and her reply was accidently deleted among others by one of my kids. I was in Budapest for a few days last year but next time I will try and look you up.
Bozsi
30/12/2006, 04:23:55
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minera: Re: Varga - család keresése
Hi Claude
I live in Calgary. There are a lot of Varga names in phone book. If he came after 1956 or the time of the revolution and you know his last address in Hungary or where he was from it is not that hard to trace his family.
Minera
30/12/2006, 21:25:48
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga--letter
You are welcome.....
your e-address? I lost all, same your letters, sorry.
30/12/2006, 21:39:24
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga - család keresése
Is Calgary in state Alberta? It is very important for me.
My e-address is: reichl -a-t- t-online -d-o-t- hu
30/12/2006, 21:49:31
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minera: Re: Varga - család keresése
Calgary is in the Province of Alberta (MEGYE-Magyarul)in Canada. In the USA they use the name STATE for the same thing.
Hope this helps
Minera
31/12/2006, 20:38:41
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claude varga: Re: Varga - család keresése
yes it he phoned my mom in 1977 and she wenth for a week.

that s him thow you know him....

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02/01/2007, 15:22:10
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minera: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
WEll, thankfully I can read and write and speak Hungarian fluently. I did attend grade school there before the Revolution, and on many occassions when I had the chance and the money I would visit my mother and brother in Budapest. They have both passed away, but I still keep in touch with family left back there. In fact I went back last year for unfortunately a very short stay, just to visit the gravesites and pay the renewal fees etc. in Budapest. It is frustrating not to have information about ones family, and I wish I had listened more when my grandma or the old people talked about the past when I was young. Since my father's death last year I was fortunate to get more information and documents that are more precise to help me trace relatives. Just be persistant and keep on searching. Unfortunately, Varga was a common name as were first names. Usually children were named after their parents due to tradition but not always. So common similar names often appear in close family groups. I have two uncles on my father's side BOTH named Jozsef but they were from different marriages. The oldest also named HIS son Jozsef. Gets confusing at best. The best place to start would be the actual birth place and religion as churches kept records of births and marriages.
To make things easier for my own children I have written down all the data going back to my great great grandparents etc. which I have since found, photos and translations and explanations etc. I never realized how important such things are until I started my own searches, or that there are so many people out there all doing the same. Dont give up, when you least expect it something will turn up. Good luck
Minera
03/01/2007, 08:35:06
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Hi Minera,
Thanks for the encouragement. And how lucky you are to speak both Hungarian and English. When I look at my Hungarian- English dictionary, one word or phrase can mean so many different things! It's very intimidating.
I would like to look up birth records etc. in Hungary, but there has always been a question of exactly where my grandparents were born.
The only thing I know about my great-grandparents is that the mother's name was unknown (?) and the father's name was "Barney" (Barnya?) I got this from my grandfather's Social Security death records.
I will not give up all together, but my research is at a stand still at the moment. I have been able to trace my mother's British side of the family back to 1628 here in the U.S. I hope someday to be able to get beyond the brick wall of my Hungarian research and find out more about my family in Hungary. My dream is to be able to travel to Hungary someday and walk where my ancestors walked.
Thanks again for the encouragement!
Judi
03/01/2007, 15:26:55
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Kathleen Parr: Varga
Hello=I am also researching the family name of [Varga]
my gr-gr-gr-gr-grandmother was Elizébeth Varga and she was married to Franciscus Bejery/Elizébeths father was, Johannes
Varga.
They were all from Tényo Gyor Hu.
04/01/2007, 00:29:18
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minera: Re: 1848 revolution
Hi Erzsike
Well I'm not really good with dates. Probably was a typo or something. I think you are referring to Nemzeti Unnep which is in March, the Munkasok Unnepe on May 1, and Szent Istvan napja in August which was my favorite holiday. There are others but not as big as these. Sorry about the date mistake.
Actually, I found out a lot of information my dad had when he died and when I went home to look after my moms stuff after her death. It's been so long that I lived there I tend to forget, but I notice they made a holiday for the 1956 Foradalom, which I couln't forget if I tried. I was there living it and is the reason I now live on the other side of the world, and the only one in my family living in North America now that my dad is dead. Despite years of searching I still did not manage to find and reconnect with my two cousins from childhood, although every other relative seems to have made an appearance. Ironic.
Minera
El feljettetem mivel regen voltam othon hogy unnepeljem, kulonben nem nagyon figyeltem as iskolaban.
Minera
04/01/2007, 04:15:18
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Shrley: Re: Varga family
Hi Judi
I'm feeling like you...at the point I'm ready to give up on attempts to find my Varga family....hitting those brick walls at every turn. You think you have a lead on something and get excieted and nothing.I don't know if I told you about the letter I got from Hungary but it's in Hungarian....The names mentioned in it are Josef 1884, Maria 1886, Julia 1888, Zsofia 1892, Jozef 1894, and Istvan 1896......it looks like the parents were Varga Janos 1858 and wife Nemeth Zsofia 1864. Other than that I can't make a thing out since it's in Hungarian. Judi I'll write you at home my friend. Love, Shirley
05/01/2007, 19:11:47
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Lajos Reich: Re: Varga family
Shirley,
I wrote you a lot of letters, since you got the CD with Hungarian Gipsy music, sent by me.
Did not you got them?
I meet you everytime, when I meet with my granddaughter. Her loveliest doll is what you sent: the singer one.
Love, Lajos
05/01/2007, 19:23:58
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Shirley: Re: Varga family
My dearest friend Lajos
I sent you email to your home computer...rather to chat like that my friend. Yes I received that wonderful CD and have listened to it many times, it's beautiful. Love,Shirley
05/01/2007, 22:18:29
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
Hi Shirley,
I do feel very discouraged, also. Plus I don't have alot of time since Mom needs alot of care right now. I did get alot of encouragement from our friends Minera and Zlatica recently, so I'll keep plugging on when I get the time. That letter sounds encouraging! You should have someone translate it for you. Do the dates line up with other information you've received? I'd look into it if I were you. Good to hear from you, Shirley, Love, Judi
06/01/2007, 23:06:04
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Wendy: Re: Varga family
Laura,
I fell upon this site by mistake and noticed the name Varga. My Father is from Szentendre, Hungary. He came to U.S. after the Revolution in 1956. His mother's last name was Varga. He has a sister, Ilona and a brother Ferenz. I am interested in looking into family history as well, so I thought I'd say hello. Please write back if you wish.
Wendy
08/01/2007, 08:10:40
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kenyéri
Kedves Varga nevűek!
A Fejér megyei Bodajk községből származő Varga leszármazottakat keresem. Amit a családról tudok röviden: XIX. sz. második fele
1. Varga István - felesége Vépi Julianna
2. Gyermekei: Varga Rozália (Menczel Istvánné)(Bodajkon él), Varga Erzsébet (Nemes Istvánné) Csákváron élt, Varga József (Bodajkon élt)
3. Varga József fia - Varga József vagy Pista? - kb. az 1920-as vagy 30-as években születhetett, gyermekkori emlékeim szerint Dunaújvárosban lakott.
Ez utóbbi Varga családot keresem.
A csákvári rokon: Kornélia
11/01/2007, 18:07:42
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Otsn: Re: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Dr. Endresz, The church historian for St. Stephens Church in Dayton Ohio called today. She has been searching diligently for a Stephen Varga who helped found the church. She's talked to older people in the church and they do not remember him.
She's poured through all the records (many in Latin), many water-damaged from the 1913 flood. The only Stephen Varga she could find was 63 when he died in 1923. If your Stepen was born 1890, he would have only been 33. Perhaps the one in the records was the son of Stephen Varga?
He had lived on Dakota Street in Dayton. He died Aug. 11, 1923 and was buried on Aug. 14, 1923. He was probably buried in Calvary Cemetery in Dayton. Father Voinovich officiated his funeral.
She also was not sure what those numbers meant.
I wish I could help you more, but after months of searching, that is all that could be found.
Thank you,
Judi
29/01/2007, 20:23:23
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Kriszta: Re: kérdés
kedves Botond,
nevem Varga Krisztina, s nagytatam nagyon sokat meselt egy elveszett csaladi bibliarol, amit soha nem tudott sem o, sem a csalad tobbi tagja, hogy hova lett. Az illeto bibliaban, elmondasa szerint beleirtak a szuletesek idopontjat s hogy hol szulettek a gyerekek. Ennyit tudok, azt sem tudom biztosan, mi van beleirva, de ha ilyesmi volna, elkuldened-e nekem? Edesapam Varga Marton, edesapja id. Varga Marton. Dednagyapam pedig Varga Jozsef volt, dednagyanyam Satoczky Ilona. Dedszuleim ideiglenesen Krasznan telepedtek le, ennyit tudunk roluk.
Elore is koszonom, barmilyen informaciod is lenne.
Kriszta
06/02/2007, 19:47:55
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Rétiposzáta: Re: re Varga
Üdv4

Nem Muhari?

Éva
07/03/2007, 19:41:32
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Rétiposzáta: Re: re Varga
Üdv!

Nem Muhari?

Éva
07/03/2007, 19:41:54
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Rétiposzáta
Szép napot!

Varga József (1840) és felesége Muhari Anna (1835.11.02.) fáját keresem. Fiuk József (1862.04.19.), felesége Boros Rozalia (1868.05.12.) Mind jászberényiek.

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07/03/2007, 19:52:34
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joseph varga: Re: Varga family
I am named after my gret grandfather the 27th count of my family. I dont know much but I have a family tree dating back to the 14th century. I belive that my great grandfather imigrated to america in the 1920s he was a wrestler for hungry and my grandfather is the count billy varga also wrestler and movie actor in the 50s and 60s.
if the House of Karoli-Varga rings any bells please reply.
21/03/2007, 17:26:25
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Valika: Re: Varga family
Valaki esetleg le forditana nekem, mit ir ez a jozsefe? Sajnos nem tudok angolul, es itt olvasom az apam s nagyapam nekem is Karly Varga volt..........
21/03/2007, 21:11:59
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frances: Varga/Frits
Still searching for my great-great grnadparents, MAry Varga and John Marinedes. Mary was born in Golniczbanya, Szepes, Hungary on December 24, 1841. She married John Martinedes in 1859. Her parents were Vincent Varga and Maria Fritts. Does this sound familiar to anyone on this forum? I would dearly love to learn about about these people.
22/03/2007, 00:49:40
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Zlatica : Re: Varga/Frits
Frances

Have you posted on Ancestry or Genforum? So many VARGAs posts I have seen that I don't want to repeat myself.
I am sure you know that Golniczbanya, Szepes megye, Hungary (is) now Gelnica, Spis region, Slovak Republic.
VARGA does list in Gelnica's phone book. www.zoznamst.sk
Your FRITTS maybe a FRIC^ as FRIC^OVA (female) in Gelnica's phone book.
An ALL site for research: www.iabsi.com/gen/public
Did you go thru the church records of Gelnica?
22/03/2007, 00:56:26
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Zlatica : Re: Varga, Martinides
Francis

7 MARTINIDESs thru Ellis Island www.ellisislandrecords.org 5 of them from Krombach aka Krompach now Krompachy, Slovak Republic. The towns are not far from each other.
22/03/2007, 01:04:09
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joseph varga: house of Karoli-Varga
I am looking for more detaled information on the varga family history as far back as the 12th century I am told that the Karoli Varga family were important people back then and I would like to know how important and why our family was kicked out of budepest and exiled into transilvania or maby if this is all true or not. What I think is weard is that there are so many people with the Varga name looking for there family and cant seem to find them I am not looking for family Im looking for the history of the family.
23/03/2007, 14:25:24
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Zöld Veronika: családfa kutatás
Nagyapám néha Vargha László a Tisza mellett született, ha jól tudom Tiszainokai volt, de ez nem biztos. Volt testvére Márton, aki állatkereskedéssel foglalkozott,és még volt egy fiú testvére, aki valahol Venezuelába élt, és tudomásunk szerint, egy kisebb szálláshelyet működtetett. Volt egy lánytestvérük is, aki Franciaországba emigrált.
Nagyapám, Vargha László fiatal felnőttként Dunapentelére költözött, és feleségül vette Hingyi Erzsébetet, akivel az alábbi gyermekeiket nevelték közösen: László (makádi erdész volt, elhunyt)Irén, Erzsébet, Mária (ők is elhunytak)Ferenc Ő volt az édesapám és először halász volt, később martinász (sajnos 2003-ban elhunyt)élnek még Eszter, Veronika és György nagybátyám. Később a nevünkből elmaradt a Vargha névből a "h" így ma már Varga névra hallgatunk.
üdvözlök, ölelek minden Vargát, azt is, aki nem rokonom, Isten áldjon benneteket, szeretettel: Zöld Veronika, született: Varga Veronika 2400. Dunaújváros, Március 15 tér 10.I. emelet 1. (telefonszámom: 25/789-581)

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31/03/2007, 18:44:35
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Shirley: Re: családfa kutatás
Could/would someone please translate this message into English.
Thank you much
Shirley
03/04/2007, 01:11:25
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minera: Re: családfa kutatás
Hi Shirley,

Was there a message to be attached to your post? I cannot see anything.
Minera
03/04/2007, 03:39:56
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LajosReich: Re: családfa kutatás
Dear Shirley,
it is not "your" Varga. Even it is a very kind letter and wish theblessing of the God for the all of Varga descendants. They wrote their name originally as Vargha, and origined from the Big Hungarian Plain.
Love, Lajos
03/04/2007, 10:00:55
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shirley hart: Re: családfa kutatás
This beautiful message re:csaladfa kutatas please into English.
Thank you so much.
Shirley
04/04/2007, 07:13:06
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shirley hart: Re: családfa kutatás
This beautiful message re:csaladfa kutatas please into English.
Thank you so much.
Shirley
04/04/2007, 07:13:13
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shirley hart: Re: családfa kutatás
My Dear Friend Lajos. Maybe it's not my family, but friend I must try....they must have existed since I'm here. I just need alot of help and patience. I cry most nights due to my frustration.I found their graves, but no papers. I don't know what else to do.
Love you my friend.....Shirley
04/04/2007, 07:18:37
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Andras Csepany: Re: Csepany
hello my husband Andras Csepany father was the son of Lazslo Csepany who was the brother of Agness Csepany who was a nun in jaszberenyben ,we are looking for relatives and the names and city are machthig of what we know
17/04/2007, 06:43:03
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Andras Csepany: Re: Csepany
hello my husband Andras Csepany father was the son of Lazslo Csepany who was the brother of Agness Csepany who was a nun in jaszberenyben ,we are looking for relatives and the names and city are machthig of what we know
17/04/2007, 06:43:22
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Andras Csepany: Re: Csepany
hello my husband Andras Csepany father was the son of Lazslo Csepany who was the brother of Agness Csepany who was a nun in jaszberenyben ,we are looking for relatives and the names and city are machthig of what we know
17/04/2007, 06:43:51
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minera: Re: Csepany
Hi
Maybe we are related. My great aunt Agnes was a nun in Jaszbereny. She died in 1978. I visited her in 1977. Also she stayed with my mother in Budapest for a week holiday. My mother's name was Elizabeth and her mother was Maria who was my aunt Agnes' sister. My mother also had a brother named Andras (my uncle) I am uploading a photo of my aunt Agnes, maybe you will recognize her in other family pictures.
Minera(Bozsi)

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18/04/2007, 02:32:49
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minera: Re: Csepany
I don't know if there is a connection or if they are the same person. The head nun's name was Sister Kinga. I think she might have had brothers as I used to write to two cousins who were twins. Their names were Elizabeth and Maria. My great aunt was born in 1895 or 1896 cant remember for sure, grandma in 1998. Their parent's names were Csepany Matyas and Stupek Julianna. They were from Heves.
18/04/2007, 03:01:03
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Shirley: Re: családfa kutatás
Hi Minera Sorry it has taken me so long to return an answer to you. Here is my email address shirleyhart77 -a-t- hotmail.com........ -d-o-t- I'm not real good at this computer thing....can you tell me how to send you a copy of this letter I received from Hungary. I know how to make the copy but to send it on the forum I'm not sure.
Thanks Shirley
26/04/2007, 20:32:55
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Tremmel: Varga János
Keresem Varga János és Söptei Matild leszármazottait!
Csatka-Koromlapusztán éltek a század első felében.
24/05/2007, 09:48:01
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Tremmel: Varga János
Keresem Varga János és Söptei Matild leszármazottait!
Csatka-Koromlapusztán éltek a század első felében.
24/05/2007, 09:48:31
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ggt: talán...
Szép jó napot kívánok!Varga Károly hozzátartozóit keresem akik a '80-as években Budapesten éltek.Varga Károly az 1910-es évek körül született és édesanyja Ványi Julianna Nagykőrösi lakos volt.Köszönöm
14/06/2007, 15:57:50
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Judit: Varga Imre
Keresem Varga Imre szüleit,kinek neje Horváth Katalin,fia Varga Péter(1802-1878 Dombóvár) volt.
Köszönettel:Judit
18/09/2007, 15:25:47
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KathleenParr: Varga Annya
I am researching the family of ;Varga Annya és Csurollyai Istvan ; they married ; 1772 April; Rudabanya/Banya.
04/10/2007, 16:47:50
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frances: vincent varga
Still searching for my family. Great-great- Grandmother was MAria Varga, daughter of Vincent Varga and Anna Maria Fritts of Golcniczbanya. Maria Varga was born. I know nothing else of these people. Does anyone know anything about a Vincent VArga please?
06/10/2007, 03:39:00
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Zlatica : Re: vincent varga
Frances

Golniczbanya is Gelnica, Slovak Republic. You might want to check the LDS-Mormons (Family History Center) site for church records.
An ALL site for research in Slovakia:
www.iabsi.com/gen/public
VARGA surname still going strong in Gelnica's phone book.
www.zoznamst.sk
Found FRIT and FRITS^ in Smolnik's phone book. Both towns are in same area code 053.
www.genealogienetz.de/reg
www.surnamenavigator.org
http://genforum.com
06/10/2007, 05:15:18
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Anita: Re: Varga Imre
Szia Judit!

Olvastam, hogy neked is van Varga nevű ősöd, aki Dombóváron született. Az én üknagymamámat Varga Teréznek hívták, ő is Dombóváron született, de sajnos nem tudom pontosan, hogy mikor, annyit tudok, hogy a férje Lengyel József volt, és 1896-ban született Lengyel István nevű fiuk, az én dédnagypapám.
Lehet esetleg, hogy volt valami közük egymáshoz a te őseiddel?

Köszi

Anita
06/10/2007, 11:51:04
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Adrianna
Helló.Én Varga Esztert keresem.Györ melett Börcsön lakik.Kapcsolatba lépnék vele.
05/01/2008, 20:04:39
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Zahorecz János Zsolt
Üdvözlet a fórum olvasóinak! A nevem Zahorecz János Zsolt. Apai ágon a dédnagyanyámat Varga Zsuzsannának hívták. Sajnos csak annyit tudok róla, hogy házasságot kötött Zahorecz Jánossal (dédnagyapám).Az ő fiúk Zahorecz István (nagyapám születési idő:1908.05.23. Nagyszénás);illetve több gyermekük volt,de róluk keveset tudok! Békés-megyében, Nagyszénáson éltek a XX.század elején. Amennyiben valaki tud hasznos információval szolgálni kérem segítsen, hogy ezen az ágon is tovább tudjam vezetni a családfámat! Előre is köszönöm!
10/03/2008, 10:09:04
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 Varga - Bogyoszlo forum: JMN: (I am wondering if anybody ...)
Jocelyne: Varga Szilagyballa
Hello,


I am searching someone to do researches for me in Szilagyballa (Borla in Romania, near Zalau, county Salaj). Could someone help me about a Varga family ?
Hungarian or Gypsy family.

Thank you
24/03/2008, 09:44:24
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Janos: Re: Varga Szilagyballa
Dear Joceline,
There are a lot of Varga families in Transylvania...
The parish registers of your interested town, if exist is kept by the Romanian National Archive, the Salaj County office.
Janos - from Sepsiszentgyorgy
24/03/2008, 10:43:40
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LajosReich: Re: Varga Szilagyballa
Hi,
if you ask getting help, János will help you sure.
Have a great result!
Lajos Reich, Hungary
24/03/2008, 20:44:21
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Rétiposzáta
Szép jó napot Mindenkinek!

Vargákat keresek JÁSZBERÉNYből. Mellékelek egy szűl családfát, eddig én ennyit tudok róluk. Minden kis információ érdekelne velük kapcsolatban.

Köszönettel: Éva

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28/03/2008, 08:45:32
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Otsn: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
I have started looking into my Hungarian family again. My grandmother's name was Juliana Szaras (Szarasz?) according to my grandparents Marriage Certificate. She married my grandfather, Joseph Varga in Ohio in 1906. They are both from Hungary -not sure where in Hungary. Her father's name is listed as John Szaras (Janos Szaras?). His father's name is listed as Barney Varga (Bernard?) Both their mother's maiden names are listed as unknown. My grandmother has also been known as Juliana Nemeth (Nemet?)

New information about my grandfather from the Ohio Census dates his first entry into the U.S. as 1899. Ellis Island lists a Joszef Varga who came to the U.S. from Bartfa, Hungary, now Bordajov, Slovakia, in 1899. He apparently came back to Hungary and returned to the U.S. in 1902. There is a Juliana Szarasz who entered the U.S. in 1905, but the records say Male(? ) Perhaps it was a recording mistake at Ellis Island.

Does any of this sound familiar to anyone?

Thanks,
Judi
09/04/2008, 18:39:44
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Zlatica : Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Judi

Did you go thru the Bardejov's church records for ancestral information?
An ALL site for research in Slovakia:
www.iabsi.com/gen/public
few others:
www.cisarik.com
www.tccweb.org
In Bardejov's phone book: VARGA and NEMEC.
www.zoznamst.sk
Juliana SZARASZ was traveling with Lajos KOVACS both going to Johain (Johan/Janos/John/Jan take a pick) ZARAZ in Kongo P. Ohio. Possible your Juliana came thru other port and not just Ellis Island. Was she naturalized citizen? Did she have social security numbers? http://ssdi.rootsweb.com
09/04/2008, 19:51:40
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LajosReich: Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Judi,
the names are correctly by Hunmgarian spelling:
Szaras/Szarasz = Száraz(dry)
Barney must be Barna, what is the short variation of the Barnabás (Barbaby)
Nemet/Nemeth = Németh(German)
The problem more, that the English take to hidden the maiden name as way, as it is impossible to know is that a maiden or a woman's name?
It is possible, that Julianna was Németh as a girl, then had been wife of a Száraz?
Must see the papers.
If you have the same problems, why you do not write me direct? You are not disturb me, ever!
Your friend near ten years ago: Lajos
09/04/2008, 20:33:28
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Otsn: Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Hello Again, Lajos,

Just wanted to respond here, even though we've already
e-mailed back and forth. thanks for your suggestions!

Jutka'
11/04/2008, 01:20:25
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Otsn: Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Hello Zlatica,
Thank you for the links. I have been to cisarik.com but not to the others. I'll have to check out the phone book entries also.
Yes, I've seen the Ellis Island entry. It's interesting that she was traveling with a Lajos Kovacs because recently my cousin said Kovacs or Kovach was mentioned as a family name of a name of a friend by his mother years ago. Never heard of Kongo P Ohio. Could be the person who recorded that info was writing it out as it sounded to them from my grandmother. Not sure if she came through another port. That's always a possibility. Another family name that has surfaced is Kanots or Kanotz. My grandmother passed away before Social Security was instituted, so she didn't have a number. In the 1920 Census she is listed as alien. She died a few years later, so I don't know if she ever had a chance to apply for citizenship.
Thank you again, for your help. I'll check out the links.
Judi
11/04/2008, 01:36:58
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Zlatica : Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Your welcome Judi.
Did you take a look at the EI manifest? Maybe you can make out a much better spelling of the town they were going to. Family went to family so maybe something to this Juliana. Mistakes were made at the port of departure and then when the manifests were being transcribed. Did you locate their state marriage application?
11/04/2008, 02:15:18
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Shirley: Re: Varga--letter
Hi, I am so sorry I never got back to you! You sent me a message in 2006 and I never responded. I simply lost interest in my attempts to find my Varga ancestors. I've hit so many brick walls that I just gave up. Please forgive my fault. Lajos R. has been a great help to me, however we were unable to find anything. I did find their marriage certificate, found theirs graves, did find, I believe was the manifest of my grandmother. Her name was Mary Varga born in 1884 in Bakonyszentlaszlo, Hungary..parents Nemeth, Zsofia and Varga, Janos. She came to the US in 1899 Nov 12....however unable to find any further info about her from Hungary. However now my main concern is that I feel I was rude to you in not answering your interest in helping me, please forgive me.
Shirley
12/04/2008, 03:05:18
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Shirley: Re: Varga--letter
Hi, I am so sorry I never got back to you! You sent me a message in 2006 and I never responded. I simply lost interest in my attempts to find my Varga ancestors. I've hit so many brick walls that I just gave up. Please forgive my fault. Lajos R. has been a great help to me, however we were unable to find anything. I did find their marriage certificate, found theirs graves, did find, I believe was the manifest of my grandmother. Her name was Mary Varga born in 1884 in Bakonyszentlaszlo, Hungary..parents Nemeth, Zsofia and Varga, Janos. She came to the US in 1899 Nov 12....however unable to find any further info about her from Hungary. However now my main concern is that I feel I was rude to you in not answering your interest in helping me, please forgive me.
Shirley
12/04/2008, 03:05:30
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Zlatica : Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Shirley

None of the VARGAs that show up in Bakonyszentlaszlo's phone book related to your ancestor?
www.magyartelekom.hu/fooldal.vm
You went thru the church records of Bakonyszentlaszlo and not located birth of your ancestor?
12/04/2008, 05:05:32
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Hello, Lajos R stated their were 3 in the phone book in that area and he called them however none were related sadly. As to the church records while Lajos was in Bakonyszentlaszlo he checked with the church and he was able to find my grandmothers brothers papers but nothing on her. There were also some mention of my great grandfathers death. I didn't want to impose on Lajos, he's such a dear. But I think I'd like to see if I can get a copy of his death records, maybe I'd be able to find more information on the family. Thank you for asking. Shirley
12/04/2008, 05:23:06
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Hello, Lajos R stated their were 3 in the phone book in that area and he called them however none were related sadly. As to the church records while Lajos was in Bakonyszentlaszlo he checked with the church and he was able to find my grandmothers brothers (my great uncles) papers but nothing on her. There were also some mention of my great grandfathers death. I didn't want to impose on Lajos, he's such a dear. But I think I'd like to see if I can get a copy of his death records, maybe I'd be able to find more information on the family. Thank you for asking. Shirley
12/04/2008, 05:24:41
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Hello, Lajos R stated their were 3 in the phone book in that area and he called them however none were related sadly. As to the church records while Lajos was in Bakonyszentlaszlo he checked with the church and he was able to find my grandmothers brothers (my great uncles) papers but nothing on her. There were also some mention of my great grandfathers death. I didn't want to impose on Lajos, he's such a dear. But I think I'd like to see if I can get a copy of his death records, maybe I'd be able to find more information on the family. Thank you for asking. Shirley
12/04/2008, 05:24:46
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Zlatica : Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Shirley

Sorry for my late reply. I was not notified about your post. Yes, Lajos is a dear man. Unfortunately, VARGA is a "common" name which can be found in other countries. You, yourself did not go thru the Bakonyszentlaszlo's church records that show up in LDS-Mormons (Family History Center) site?
12/04/2008, 19:22:25
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LajosReich: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
I think, the chance to get her baptismal record is near zero. The Lutheran priest and the notary of the village seeked up all of records of them, except her trail. Also, you have to remember, I travelled to Bakonyszentlászló personally, and did not find any more, sorry.... She wrote, she was born in Bakonyszentlászló, but she was not baptised exactly there. The cause could be:
Bakonyszentlászló was property of the duke Eszterházys. They hade several properties also in that area. I am sure, your garndma's parents worked in a farm of them, but not in Bakonyszentlászló. In that age the children were baptised latest in the next day after their birth, so it is sure, in the place, where she was born. And an other fact is making this to be more dificult: in Hungary was common, that the Evangelics were baptized in a Roman Catholic church if in the place was not a Lutheran church, and back. Same problem we saw about genearal Kozlays birth/baptising documents...
12/04/2008, 22:07:44
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Kathleen Parr: Varga
I found this information in my records that I would like to share, if this can help anyone :::

The state of OHIO, Cuyahoga County-ss.
no. 40837
Mr. Joseph Varga/o and Miss Julie Miklos were wed , 30th day of June 1930, by Rev. Andrew Koller.

The state of OHIO, Cuyahoga county-ss.
no.40838
Mr. Michael Varga/o and Miss Marie Dzubay were wed, 30th day of June 1930, by Rev. Andrew Koller, both of the above weddings took place at , St. Margarets Church, 2911 E.116th
Cleveland, Ohio
Also, noticed the name Nemeth.
no.5614
Anthony Nemeth and Mary Kender were married 15th of January 1900, by the Rev. Boehm at Szt. Erzsebet's Church, 174 S. Woodland, Cleveland, Ohio.
21st January, 1844, Tenyohegy, Hungary, Par Sandor and Nemeth Julie, married , they had 10 children the godparents to these children were Bokan, Mihaly , Nemeth Rosie, Hardi Laszlo, Horvath Anna, Varga Josef, Heitzinger Anna and Horvath Theresia.
13/04/2008, 00:27:14
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
I did awhile back check LDS site but found nothing on my grandmother, so I did not check back. I sure can give it another try. However like Lajos stated it looks like my attempt will zero. With what Lajos said now I don't even know where to look for my grandmother. With the info Lajos just gave I now know my gr.grandparents worked on a farm. It would just be nice to find my grandmother. If like Lajos stated she was born somewhere else I wouldn't have any idea where to look now. No I haven't seen that new site, but I sure will go there, thanks for the info. Shirley
13/04/2008, 05:28:41
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Thank you Lajos. Shirley
13/04/2008, 05:31:12
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Shirley: Re: Varga in Bakonyszentlaszlo
Thank you Lajos. Shirley
13/04/2008, 05:31:23
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Otsn: Re: Varga/Szarasz?Nemeth
Hello Zlatica,

Yes, I did look at that manifest. It looks like Konga PA, Ohio to me also. It's probablably spelled according to how my grandmother pronounced it. I keep trying to figure out what city that would be, and if Janos Zaras is a relative. Her father was named John (Janos). I did find the state marriage application at the online Columbus, Ohio Library through their historian. It just says they were both born in Hungary, no city listed. It gives both of their father's names, but not their mother's names.

Thanks again, Zlatica, for your help. And I would also like to agree with my friend, Shirley - Lajos is a dear, dear man. He's been a great help to me over the years and continues to help. I know many others on this board have also benefited from his assistance. :-)

Judi
13/04/2008, 23:57:00
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LajosReich: Re: Varga family
Dear Shirley,
you look it on wrong way. You found your roots with the help of the notary and rev (we say the Lutheran priests also as rev) in Bakonyszentlászló. What you did not found, that is only a paper, what could prove, she was baptized. All öof other documents are showing for you your roots in Bakonyszentlászló. You got photos about that.
So, my friend: be satisfied: she is found, she is, her parents, your gggggparents are correct..
Love, Lajos
14/04/2008, 08:07:21
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LajosReich: Tragedy
Just I got a message:
Hi all,
I am so very sorry to be the barer of bad news on mom... Lastnight around 6pm my son AJ checked on mom and noticed that my mom wasn't breathing ..she willl be laid out at Vick Funeral Home in Mount Clemens..I will let you know with the time when I know it,please send your phone numbers so we have them.

Thanks,

Tamara Hart

It is a great tragedy...
Shirley was from the firsts of the people, for whom I tried to help her roots... Finally we found all, except the register of her loved grandma, who probably was born not in Bakonyszentlászló like in the documents are written, and - ha! - with my friends thought till years, while we found, that her grandpa came from Körtvélyes, what was written in the American documents as Kotnos.....
Some days ago she wrote me a letter, with full of worrying because of my cancer and she wished we must be friends more many years... and now she have passed... She was younger than me.
My heart is aching for her and my eyes are full of tears..
I hope, she will meet with her loved ones in the Heaven..
Let she rest in peace.
Lajos Reich, Budapest, Hungary
05/05/2008, 22:13:44
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LajosReich: Re: Tragedy
Elnézést az angolul nem tudóktól.
Shirley Hart meghalt.
Őt gyászolom, gyászoljuk.
05/05/2008, 23:54:41
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Otsn: Re: Tragedy
Tamara,

My sympathies to you and your family. I met your Mom and Dad at a Hungarian Festival in Dayton, Ohio 5 or 6 years ago. Lajos Reich had introduced us over the internet, so we arranged to meet at the festival. We had a great time and have kept in contact ever since.

Such a sweet and joyful soul. I will miss her always. And as Lajos said, she will be with her loved ones in Heaven.

My deepest sympathy,
Judi
06/05/2008, 03:06:51
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Rétiposzáta
Szép jó napot Mindenkinek!

Mellékelek egy szűk családfát, őket s a hozzájuk kapcsoló embereket kutatom, ők az anyai nagyapám ága.
Kérem aki velük kapcsolatban információt tud adni, vagy a saját családfája kapcsolódik, szóljon!

Köszönöm: Éva

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27/06/2008, 21:31:56
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szigetiné: családkeresés
Jászói Varga családot keresem.
Üknagyapám Theodorus Varga (1835. 07. 17. Jászó), felesége Susanna Csoltkó.
Szülei: Andreas Varga és Rosa Giunliani.
28/06/2008, 05:16:57
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 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: Carol Saric: Re: Family in Detkovac
Otsn: Re: családkeresés
Can someone kindly translate this post please?

Thanks,
Judi
28/06/2008, 17:09:54
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Janos: Re: családkeresés / translation
Dear Judi,
Szigetiné (Mrs. Szigeti) wrote: "Family research
I am looking for VARGA family from Jaszo.
My great-grandfather Theodorus Varga (1835. 07. 17. Jászó), wife Susanna Csoltkó.
His parents: Andreas Varga and Rosa Giunliani."
lucky research!
Janos - from Transylvania
www.erdelygen.uw.hu

28/06/2008, 18:12:21
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Reich Lajos: Re: családkeresés
Dear Judi,
you will get them.
Love, Lajos
28/06/2008, 19:17:22
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Otsn: Re: családkeresés
Thank Lajos!

Love,
Jutka'
28/06/2008, 20:43:54
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Otsn: Re: családkeresés / translation
Thank you, Janos,

Judi
28/06/2008, 20:46:29
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 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: jfigueroa: Re: Family in Detkovac
Sinay: Érdeklődés
Kedves Kutatók!

Keresem a Szabolcs megyei, leveleki Varga-családbelieket!

Bodó-Nagy Norbert
28/07/2008, 10:41:40
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 Varga - Tiszakarad forum: imamouse: Varga-Pinter
Varga Ferenc: Re: Varga family
HI!
My great-grand father, Josef Varga, was born in Hungary, Country of Vas (Sokoropátka?) ~1870
He married in Hungary and have two children. My grandfather Janos 1890(Ivan) and has brother Ivan in Bedenik (Croatia).
But my great-grand father went out to U.S.
My garndfather went to Sokoropátka, buit again come back in Croatia, Mala peratovica. Then married with Zsali Katalin about 1915.
I take one photo my grandfather's family. You can see midmost of picture the my grandparents, and back have childrens: Zlata (aranka) Franjo (Ferenc my father) Rozika

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05/08/2008, 11:32:44
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Varga Ferenc: Re: Varga family
HI!
My great-grand father, Josef Varga, was born in Hungary, Country of Vas (Sokoropátka?) ~1870
He married in Hungary and have two children. My grandfather Janos 1890(Ivan) and has brother Ivan in Bedenik (Croatia).
But my great-grand father went out to U.S.
My garndfather went to Sokoropátka, buit again come back in Croatia, Mala peratovica. Then married with Zsali Katalin about 1915.
I take one photo my grandfather's family. You can see midmost of picture the my grandparents, and back have childrens: Zlata (aranka) Franjo (Ferenc my father) Rozika

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05/08/2008, 11:33:08
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Varga Ferenc: Re: Varga family
HI!
My great-grand father, Josef Varga, was born in Hungary, Country of Vas (Sokoropátka?) ~1870
He married in Hungary and have two children. My grandfather Janos 1890(Ivan) and has brother Ivan in Bedenik (Croatia).
But my great-grand father went out to U.S.
My garndfather went to Sokoropátka, buit again come back in Croatia, Mala peratovica. Then married with Zsali Katalin about 1915.
I take one photo my grandfather's family. You can see midmost of picture the my grandparents, and back have childrens: Zlata (aranka) Franjo (Ferenc my father) Rozika

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erzsike: Re: Varga family
Hi Rozika,

what a lovely photo! :o) i just thought i might be able to help with the village name, maybe... my dads from what is now sorokpolány, and i also have family down the hill in sorkikápolna, theres also a sorkifalud. after the war some of the villages were joined up to make these. all are in vas, so i wonder if maybe its one of these you are after? hope this helps! my varga connection is my G G grandmother, varga anna, born 1853 in rábamolnári.good luck!
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05/08/2008, 23:21:51
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 Varga - Szombathely forum: kentgh: Varga in Szombathely
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Kentgh: Varga in Szeplak
Seeking information on Varga family of Mikosszeplak. Istvan Varga (b.1862) and Julianna (nee Czaranko, b. 1867 in Gyorvar) had children Terezia(1886), Lajos(1887), Erzsebet(1888), Maria(1889), Istvan(1891)(married Ilona Nemeth), Jozsef(1892), Terezia(1894), Katalin(1898). Anna (1900) and Rozsa. All born in Szeplak. Lajos, Erzsebet, Katalin and Anna emigrated to America. Father Istvan went to America in 1913 and returned to Hungary after 1920.
02/01/2009, 22:41:06
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KáTa: Varga Ilka
Információt keresek Varga Ilka nagykőrösi születésű tanítóról.
Nagykőrösön tanult, majd Budán a tanítóképzőben, ahol oklevelet szerzett. Ceglédre 1876-ban választották rendes tanítónak. 1878-ban átment a nagykőrösi polgári leányiskolába.


06/01/2009, 20:12:33
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vargaz56
A B.füredi Varga család és Kámaháza kapcsolatát keresem.
/Varga Lajos Zala Megyei Főszolgabíró/
15/02/2009, 15:30:44
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Zsolt: Re: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Kedves Dr. Endresz Ernő! Kedves Kutatók!

Nyíradony történetét, és családjait kutatom.

Egy adonyi ismerősömnek rokona volt Steve Varga.
Keressük Varga István/Steve Varga (1890 Nyíradony) leszármazottait, életútját, mindent ami vele kapcsolatos.
Dayton Ohio-ban élt, családi legenda szerint volt lóversenypályája, gumigyára, egy fényképen bolt előtt áll, állítólag az övé volt.

Többször volt itthon, 1960-ban Magyarországra hoztott 10 VW bogarat, azt itthon eladta, és a pénzt 12-15 családnak elosztotta - mivel amerikai dollárt akkoriban nem lehetett az országba behozni.

Valamilyen köze volt a daytoni Szent István r.kat. egyházhoz. Az óraláncán egy érmén ennek a képe volt.

Fia 1927 körül született, közlekedési balesetben halt meg. Lánya talán még él.

Kérem, valaki fordíatsa le ezt a levelet, mert gyenge angol tudásommal nem tudom ezt így leírni.

Köszönettel Pócsi Zsolt Nyíradonyból.
pocsimail k u k a c gmail . pont
08/03/2009, 10:37:58
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Reich Lajos: Re: Stephen (Steve) Varga
Kedves Zsolt,
délután lefordítom - vagy este.
Nagyon érdekes lenne, van-e összefüggés/rokonsági lehetőség Judi Anderson nagypapája és e Varga közt. 9-ik éve szeretném megtalálni Judinak a gyökereit, talán most lesz belőle valami?
Szóval légy türelmes, OK?
Üdvözlettel, barátod, Lajos
08/03/2009, 11:46:26
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JohnV: Re: Maria Varga
My Grandfather's name was Ivan (Janos) who was married to Ana Sabo. They lived in Selce-P.Djakovo and had 4 children - Ivan (My father), Stjepan (Steve), Anuska and Eva. Drop me a line if there is a possibility of relations to Ferenc from Selce-P.Djakovo. I have never heard of that name but if anyone knows more let us know. All 4 kids and Grandmother Ana migrated to Australia in the 1960's.
20/07/2009, 14:08:55
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mercy99: családfa
Üdv Mindenkinek!
Keresem csongrádi Varga és Kasza őseimet. Kérem akinek ismerős írjon.Köszönöm.
24/08/2009, 16:34:55
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mercy99: családfa
Üdv Mindenkinek!
Keresem csongrádi Varga és Kasza őseimet. Kérem akinek ismerős írjon.Köszönöm.
24/08/2009, 16:36:04
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Zsolt: Steve Varga Dayton
Kedves Kutatók!

Keressük Steve Varga hozzátartozóit, leszármazottait.
Steve Varga 1963-ban meghalt Dayton, Ohio.

Dear Everybody!
We search Steve Varga relatives.
Steve Varga death 1963 in Dayton, Ohio.

Sincerelly
Zsolt!

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Otsn: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Zolt,

My friend, Reich Lajos has told me about this post. I live near Dayton, Ohio. I e-mailed the Dayton Library to see if I can get an obituary or other records of Steve Vargo.

Do you have any more information about Steve? Was he born in Hungary? Do you know his date of birth? I will let you know if I hear anything.

Judi

23/02/2010, 16:47:45
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Otsn: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Zolt,

I am forwarding the information the Dayton Library sent to me about Steve Vargo to your e-mail address. They could not find a Steve Vargo/Varga who died in Dayton, Ohio in 1963 but did find one who died in Michigan in 1963. There are several other Vargo's (American name for Varga)including my parents, who's information you will see including other Steve Vargo's who are older (perhaps related to your Steve Vargo). There is a Margaret Vargo who was married to a Steve Vargo included in the data base. I hope this helps you.

Thanks,
Judi
26/02/2010, 16:24:53
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Zsolt: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Dear Judi!

Steve Varga born in Nyiradony from Hungary (1879).

Our was two children.
Son dead car accident, daughter maybe Mary.

Grandchild Donald (Varga?).

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27/02/2010, 15:19:35
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d-zyne1: Re: Varga family
Judi,
There are 37 pages of records on Jozsef Varga available to search online free at http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html#start

Good Luck !
27/02/2010, 16:28:13
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Otsn: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Zolt,

Thanks for the birthdate and children's and grandchildren's names. My grandfather, Joseph Vargo, was also born in 1879. In fact your picture of Steve looks similar to the few pictures I have seen of my grandfather. I never got to know him.

Did you get the information I e-mailed to your personal e-mail address that I found at the Dayton Library? If you didn't I will send it here. It's mostly cemetery records, funeral home records and Social Security Death Records.
They did not find a Steve Vargo who died in Dayton, Ohio in 1963. Although there was a Steve Vargo who died in 1963 in the state of Michigan. There are several other Vargo's listed in these records including my parents who passed away in 2003 and 2009.

Thanks,
Judi

28/02/2010, 20:45:29
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Otsn: Re: Varga family
d-zynel,

Thanks for the information. I have only read a few pages so far. Haven't found my grandfather yet, but I'll keep reading.

Thank You!
Judi
28/02/2010, 20:50:53
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Hungarian&Slovak: Re: Varga
Hello, I realize that I'm responding to a post that is rather old, but I decided to write just in case. I am a Varga as well, and have had problems researching my ancestry too. My great grandmother was Zsuzsanna Varga (b. 1868) who married Ondrej Fakla, (b.1866). Zsuzsanna came to the US from Hungary in 1904 along with my grandmother Milka, also called Minnie later on). Zsuzsanna's brother was Janos who was born in 1882 or 1883. He came to the US in 1899, and was going to stay with his brother-in-law (my great grandfather) Ondrej Andrew) Fakla in Northampton, PA. I have no official record of him after that, but he either visited or lived in Columbia County, NY after my great grandparents moved there. There is a picture in existence of Janos and Zsuzsanna standing on her front porch but I have yet to see it. I do have a picture of my great grandparents though. I'd love to hear from anyone who could be related to me, or who might have even a little info about them. In addition to being a Varga, and a Fakla I am a Tamas as well. Also, my great aunt Margaret(Margita)Fakla married a John Osuch and had 3 sons. She died in 1913 amd I'm guessing that she died at childbirth but no one seems to know for sure. Thanks and everyone have a great day... Hope to hear from all Varga's, Fakla's, Osuch, and Tamas families.
02/03/2010, 21:29:16
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Hungarian&Slovak: Re: Varga
Hello, I realize that I'm responding to a post that is rather old, but I decided to write just in case. I am a Varga as well, and have had problems researching my ancestry too. My great grandmother was Zsuzsanna Varga (b. 1868) who married Ondrej Fakla, (b.1866). Zsuzsanna came to the US from Hungary in 1904 along with my grandmother Milka, also called Minnie later on). Zsuzsanna's brother was Janos who was born in 1882 or 1883. He came to the US in 1899, and was going to stay with his brother-in-law (my great grandfather) Ondrej Andrew) Fakla in Northampton, PA. I have no official record of him after that, but he either visited or lived in Columbia County, NY after my great grandparents moved there. There is a picture in existence of Janos and Zsuzsanna standing on her front porch but I have yet to see it. I do have a picture of my great grandparents though. I'd love to hear from anyone who could be related to me, or who might have even a little info about them. In addition to being a Varga, and a Fakla I am a Tamas as well. Also, my great aunt Margaret(Margita)Fakla married a John Osuch and had 3 sons. She died in 1913 amd I'm guessing that she died at childbirth but no one seems to know for sure. Thanks and everyone have a great day... Hope to hear from all Varga's, Fakla's, Osuch, and Tamas families.
02/03/2010, 21:51:40
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bodeagnes: Keresés...
Keresem VARGA MÁRIÁ-t, aki keresztanyja lett Vinter Istvánné Turtsányi Éva lányának Vinter Évának, az Újpesti plébánia templomban 1966. augusztusában. Tudomásunk szerint a posta gépi adatfeldolgozó üzemében dolgozott!!!
Segítségeket előre is köszönjük!!!
07/03/2010, 18:26:22
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Bob: Varga
Had a grandfather who married a Kondash and lived
in PA. His name was changed to VARGO. Only thing
I ever heard was he was a Duke at one time.
In a very old, but can not find anymore encyclopedia
his name was listed. Not in the new ones.
10/03/2010, 20:50:08
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 Varga - Egerbakta forum: anna: (Az Egerbaktai Matákat ...)
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riverrat: varga
My grandfather I understand was a varga, but it was changed to vargo in the US. He married a Kondash. I understand he was a Duke, but for one reason or another, he left. We heard two versions, one the country was invaded and he left. The other was he wanted to marry out of royality. Who knows? They ended up in the Pittsburgh PA area. Actually, Braddock PA. Been trying to find more, but it has been very difficult.
24/05/2010, 22:36:25
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Zlatica : Re: varga
riverrat

Location, location, location. Do you know where your VARGA was born?
Did VARGA and KONDASH [KONDASZ] marry in US? If in US did you look for state marriage application, church marriage record? WAs your ancestor naturalized citizen? Did he have social security numbers?
http://ssdi.rootsweb.com All of the above mentioned documents and few more will have his place of birth.
25/05/2010, 00:02:06
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Zlatica : Re: VARGA/O, KONDAS[H]
riverrat

Give us something to work with like first names, when arrived to America.
Did you look in www.castlegarden.org
or
www.ellisislandrecords.org
25/05/2010, 01:08:35
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Zlatica : Re: language spoken ..
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Do you know language spoken by your ancestor? Did he considered himself to be Magyar? Take a look in Hungary's phone book www.magyartelekom.hu/fooldal.vm
In Slovak Republic VARGA [to many VARGAs so one would need to know location for the phone book to show ] and KONDAS^.
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=kondas&mesto=&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1

www.surnamenavigator.org
25/05/2010, 01:30:02
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Zlatica : Re: VARGO in SSDI
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ELIZABETH T VARGO 02 Oct 1912 10 Oct 1999 (V) 15104 (Braddock, Allegheny, PA)
ALBERT VARGO 12 May 1915 Apr 1986 15104 (Braddock, Allegheny, PA)
FRANK VARGO 27 Mar 1912 Mar 1979 15104 (Braddock, Allegheny, PA
MARY B VARGO 17 Aug 1913 26 Dec 2001 (V) 15104 (Braddock, Allegheny, PA)
http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/

Is one of these VARGOs a descendant of your VARGA/O KONDASH union? Can you tell us why it has been very difficult for you to find information or documentation on your ancestor?
25/05/2010, 16:38:05
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vargamom9: Joseph Kubrik Varga
Looking for any info on Joseph Kubrik Varga born March 1883 in Hungary. Came to Michigan, USA IN 1889 from Pany Hungary. His father was Janos Varga, Grandfather Istvan Varga, Grandmother Maria. Any info would be appreciated.
11/06/2010, 14:55:02
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vargamom9: Joseph Kubrik Varga
Looking for any info on Joseph Kubrik Varga born March 1883 in Hungary. Came to Michigan, USA IN 1889 from Pany Hungary. His father was Janos Varga, Grandfather Istvan Varga, Grandmother Maria. Any info would be appreciated.
11/06/2010, 14:55:32
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Zlatica : Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
vargamom9

Pany, Abauj-Torna megye, Hungary now Paňovce, Slovakia
1773 Pány, Panowcze, 1786 Pány, Panowce, 1808 Pány, Páňowce, 1863–1913, 1938–1945 Pány, 1920–1938, 1945– Paňovce [all the names this village was known by]
An ALL site for research in Slovakia should cover just about everyting connected with (re)search.
VARGA still in Panovce's phone book:
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=varga&mesto=panovce&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
Church records in LDS-Mormons
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localityhitlist&columns=*,0,0&PLACE=panovce&PARTOF=&prePLACE=panovce&prePARTOF=
11/06/2010, 15:37:16
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riverrat: Re: Varga family
Information on my mothers side (Vargo) is as follows:
My mother’s parents were John and Mary (Kondash) Vargo.
I understand that John was a Prince but spelled his name VARGA, not Vargo. It was changed most likely when he came to the US.
On the 1930 Census they, John and Mary were living in Braddock PA (USA).
The document had they were from Austria, then it was scratch out and Czech was written in.
One relative mentioned that Mary was from ZIMPLINSKA and John was from Hungary. There were two stories. Because John was a Prince, he could not get involved with Mary who was not royalty, so the got together and move on. The other story was because their country was being invaded they were forced to leave. They were both 48 years old in 1930 which means they were born around 1887. John and Mary settled I believe in the Johnstown PA (USA) area before moving to Braddock PA.
John and Mary had several kids: Maria (Mary), Anna, Betty, John, Elisabeth who dies when she was around 3 years old. There was one other young son who was shot by accident by another kid.
They were Greek Catholic’s and my mother mentioned that when she was a very young girl, she walked the same fields that Julia Andrews walk and sang though in the movie “Sound of Music”.

Besides what is above, I don’t have much more information and no one seems to really know much more. If this ties in to anything you have, let me know
25/06/2010, 22:25:43
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Zlatica: Re: Varga family
riverrat

Zimplinska [Zemplinska]is in a Slovak language meaning Zemplin region [Zemplen megye]
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/zemplen.jpg
http://krajzemplin.szm.com/indexenglish.htm
Does the 1930 census say Na-naturalized, Al-alien or Pa-first?
What is language/mother tongue on 1930 census?
Greek Catholic would be Byzantine Catholic.
What US document do you have on these ancestors? Do you have their arrival manifest, draft registration form for the male ancestor, naturalization intent and petition, state marriage application, church marriage record, children's baptismal record, SS-5Form? In few words, you need to find a precise place of birth among US documents to proceed with the research or to connect with other VARGO/A, KONDASH/KONDAS^/KONDASZ.
25/06/2010, 22:33:19
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Vari52: keresés

Vari52: Varga - Nemesgulácsról
Keresem Varga nevű rokonaimat. Apám Nemesgulácson született 1927-ben. Apja Varga Lajos, anyja: Káli Mária. Nagymamám Hegymagason született 1889-ben. A gyerekeivel Pestre jött.
Egyszer gyerekkoromban voltunk Gulácson egy rokonnál, de nem tudom kinél. Ha ismertek erről a két helyről Varga illetve Káli nevűeket, kérlek írjatok. Köszönöm.
11/07/2010, 15:03:18
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
I found further info that Josef Varga came to the US in 1889 and was staying with a brother Istvan Varga in Toledo Ohio. He had a step-sister Katalin Sisko also from Pany. She came over in 1910. Does anyone recognize the Sisko connection? She had brothers Istvan and Janos.
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
I found further info that Josef Varga came to the US in 1889 and was staying with a brother Istvan Varga in Toledo Ohio. He had a step-sister Katalin Sisko also from Pany. She came over in 1910. Does anyone recognize the Sisko connection? She had brothers Istvan and Janos.
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
I found further info that Josef Varga came to the US in 1889 and was staying with a brother Istvan Varga in Toledo Ohio. He had a step-sister Katalin Sisko also from Pany. She came over in 1910. Does anyone recognize the Sisko connection? She had brothers Istvan and Janos.
17/07/2010, 17:53:23
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
I found further info that Josef Varga came to the US in 1889 and was staying with a brother Istvan Varga in Toledo Ohio. He had a step-sister Katalin Sisko also from Pany. She came over in 1910. Does anyone recognize the Sisko connection? She had brothers Istvan and Janos.
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Zlatica : Re: Varga, Sisko
Paňovce, Slovakia
1773 Pány, Panowcze, 1786 Pány, Panowce, 1808 Pány, Páňowce, 1863–1913, 1938–1945 Pány, 1920–1938, 1945– Paňovce [all the names this village was known by]
VARGA in Panovce's phone book
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=varga&mesto=panovce&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
Panovce's church records should help in your research
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localityhitlist&columns=*,0,0&PLACE=panovce&PARTOF=&prePLACE=panovce&prePARTOF=
Sisko, Franos Pany 16 1890 1906
Sisko, Katalin Pany, Hungary 16 1894 1910 * yours *
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whoameye?: Re: Tragedy
Oh my GOD, I am just finding out that Shirely passed away in 2008 and I'm so sorry to hear that. We had become food friends through genealogy, but thought the same way on other topics as well. I got concerned when I'd write and didn't hear back from her and I never knew why until just now. Please, even though it's 2 years now, please accept my sincerest condolences. As I said, we only knew one another through genealogy but got to be good "pen" friends. I am a Varga too, so that's probably how we "met." She was a very sweet and very special person. Donna Manuel
27/07/2010, 05:36:10
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whoameye?: Re: Tragedy
I'm sorry, that post was meant for the family too, but I didn't know how to get in touch with them so I wrote here.
27/07/2010, 05:41:41
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tóth bea: Re: családfakutatás
Kedves Orsi!

Fogalmam sincs, hogy olvasod e még a fórumot...
Rokonaimat keresem, akik Nádudvariak.
Dédnagyszüleim: Tóth Imre és Varga Lídia.Gyermekeik: Imre, Lajos(nagyapám) és Etelka.
Ha tudsz valamit róluk, kérlek írj az alábbi emailre. Köszönöm előre is.
tyrexa kukac gmail.com
18/08/2010, 19:18:17
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Ancsy
Szia! Nem tudom van-e köztünk rokonság, de leírom amit rólunk tudok... Én Barna Anikó vagyok, anyukám Varga Márta (1956.06.06), apukája Varga István volt, anno tán sofőr vmi párttitkárnál, feleségül vette Opauszki Erzsébetet (1935.09.07-1996.10.13, később Alföldi(eredetileg Adamcsok) Lajos felesége) mamám apja Opauszki György volt (6an testvérek) anyukája, azaz a dédnagymamám (Opauszki Györgyné) Zahorecz Zsuzsanna volt (1907.12.08.-2004.01.23)-ig élt, a kondorosi Geiszt-birtokon volt a grófné szobalánya állítólag... annyit tudok hogy nővére Erzsébet, huga Anna volt... Édesapja Zahorecz István, anyuja Szabó Zsuzsanna... Kondoroson laktak amennyire én tudom, és szeretném a további felmenőket kideríteni, illetve hogy Anna valóban öngyilkos volt-e kb. 19 évesen, és hogy tudsz-e esetleg az ilyen családi történetekről... Esetleg van-e gyerekkori kép róluk, stb... Előre is köszönök szépen minden infot, ha tudok vmit segíteni, írj bátran! :) További szép napot! Ancsy
28/08/2010, 05:23:59
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Erzsike: Varga család kutatása
Kutatom anyai nagyapám Varga Gáspár / 1874-1912 Nádudvar / felmenőit. Szülei: Varga Lajos és Tóth Rozália. Aki tud családfájában kapcsolódást a rokonaimhoz, kérem szépen írjon a fórumban.
04/10/2010, 18:40:46
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Erzsike: Varga család kutatása
Kutatom anyai nagyapám Varga Gáspár / 1874-1912 Nádudvar / felmenőit. Szülei: Varga Lajos és Tóth Rozália. Aki tud családfájában kapcsolódást a rokonaimhoz, kérem szépen írjon a fórumban.
04/10/2010, 18:41:12
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Erzsike: Varga család kutatása
Kutatom anyai nagyapám Varga Gáspár / 1874-1912 Nádudvar / felmenőit. Szülei: Varga Lajos és Tóth Rozália. Aki tud családfájában kapcsolódást a rokonaimhoz, kérem szépen írjon a fórumban.
04/10/2010, 18:41:29
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kovacs.t: Varga Törökszentmiklós - Adelaide
Kersesem Ausztráliába kivándorolt anyai ági -református vallású- rokonaimat.

Varga Zsigmond (szül. 1902 Törökszentmiklós, szülei Varga Károly, Debreczeni Eszter), kivándorolt 1947 körül, kezdetben Adelaide-ben (is) élt. Két gyermeke Mo-ról néhány évre rá követte (1956 elött), és még két gyermekük született Ausztráliában.


01/01/2011, 14:42:55
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kovacs.t: Varga Törökszentmiklós - Adelaide
Kersesem Ausztráliába kivándorolt anyai ági -református vallású- rokonaimat.

Varga Zsigmond (szül. 1902 Törökszentmiklós, szülei Varga Károly, Debreczeni Eszter), kivándorolt 1947 körül, kezdetben Adelaide-ben (is) élt. Két gyermeke Mo-ról néhány évre rá követte (1956 elött), és még két gyermekük született Ausztráliában.


01/01/2011, 14:56:28
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AdamG: családom
Üdv Mindenkinek!

Keresem őseimet, akik a Szentendrei-szigeten laktak(Tahitótfalu, Szigetmonostor, Pócsmegyer), valamint kutatok Varga György és leszármazottjai után, aki Herencsényben (Nógrád megye) lakott 1700 körül. Próbálok kapcsolatot keresni a két család között, mert valószínűleg onnan származik. Ha valaki tud segíteni írjon!
Mellékelt képen küldöm az eddigi ismert családfát.

Köszönettel: Gulyás Ádám

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03/01/2011, 17:01:54
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sunnysis: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
I have some information about Janos Sisko, from Pany, who came over in about 1904. I am very interested in learning about his siblings and parents if you have information that you can share.
18/01/2011, 01:32:47
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
THe info I have is Mihaly Sisko married Maria Varga abt 1886. They had at least 3 children, Istvan (b-?), Janos (B-1889), and Katalin (B-1894). Katalin came to the US in 1910 and married a Czonka shotly there after.
18/01/2011, 02:58:37
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vargamom9: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
THe info I have is Mihaly Sisko married Maria Varga abt 1886. They had at least 3 children, Istvan (b-?), Janos (B-1889), and Katalin (B-1894). Katalin came to the US in 1910 and married a Czonka shotly there after.
18/01/2011, 02:59:09
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Zlatica : Re: Janos SISKO
sunnysis

Pány, Abauj-Torna megye, Hungary
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910/abauj-t.jpg
now
Paňovce, Slovakia
1773 Pány, Panowcze, 1786 Pány, Panowce, 1808 Pány, Páňowce, 1863–1913, 1938–1945 Pány, 1920–1938, 1945– Paňovce [all the names this village was known by]

Panovce's church records in LDS-Mormons [Family History Center]
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localityhitlist&columns=*,0,0&PLACE=panovce&PARTOF=&prePLACE=panovce&prePARTOF=

Sisko, Franos Pany 16 1890 1906 [Janos]
Sisko, Katalin Pany, Hungary 16 1894 1910
source: www.ellisislandrecords.org

VARGA in Panovce's phone book:
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=varga &mesto=panovce&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
18/01/2011, 03:10:52
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sunnysis: Re: Joseph Kubrik Varga
Thank you very much! We believe that Janos Sisko, known as John Sisko in this country, was my husband's grandfather. He settled in Detroit and married Wilhelmina Boyanowski. They had seven children before they divorced. We were told that he went to Ohio somewhere, married again and had more children. We know nothing of his second family, and until this evening had no clue who his parents were.
18/01/2011, 04:54:32
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sunnysis: Re: Janos SISKO
Zlatica: Please forgive my ignorance about Hungarian names, but are you saying that Franos and Janos are the same name?
18/01/2011, 05:04:37
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Zlatica : Re: Janos SISKO
sunnysis

Did you look on the EI manifest?
His name is Janos as there is no Franos first name. It is simply a transcribing error.
first name sites
http://web.archive.org/web/20051128070722/www.fam.aust.com/topolcsany/names/

http://www.progenealogists.com/hungary/names.htm
18/01/2011, 05:31:45
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bertabea: Re: Janos SISKO
Zlatica: I have now looked at the EI list, and you are correct. We now are confident that Janos Sisko arrived in 1906 contrary to earlier information that he arrived in 1904. Thank you again for your help.
18/01/2011, 15:24:07
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Zlatica : Re: Janos SISKO
bertabea

You're welcome. You can double confirm with his naturalization intent and petition, if he was naturalized citizen.
http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/naturalization/


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Zlatica: Re: BOYANOWSKI
sunnysis

jsut a tidbit about surname BOYANOWSKI.
distribution of this surname in Poland:
http://www.moikrewni.pl/mapa/kompletny/bojanowski.html
Poland's wojewodztwos to overlay over the distribution map
http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/

18/01/2011, 16:29:24
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Attila
Kedves Boti nem tudom h jársz -e még ide a fórumra de remélem h igen. Nekem Bácskában vannak Varga rokonaim és érdekelne hogy tudnál-e szolgálni valamilyen infoval ezzel kapcsolatban. Ha igen akkor előre is köszönöm!
20/01/2011, 04:37:13
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 Varga - Panovce forum: vargamom9: Searching for Jozsef Varga
vargonya: Re: re Varga
Üdv Boti!

Az én nagyapám Varga Ferenc volt,kb 1901 körül születet és 1973-ban halt meg.
Üdv:Varga Ernő
18/05/2011, 16:54:53
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Linda Marton: Re: Csepany
My grandfather's last name is Csépányi my parents are both emigrants from Hungary...My mother grew up in Eger...email me at cutthemalarky -a-t- gmail -d-o-t- com for more info!
27/07/2011, 08:39:19
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vargamom9: Searching for Kubrick
I'm research the Varga family line and I'm desperatley looking for an Istvan Kubrick living in Pany, Hungary on or about 1883. Kubrick appears to be an unusual name and I can't find any ties to one in Pany. He may be of German ancestry living in Pany during that time. Any info is most appreciated.
29/07/2011, 15:45:13
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Zlatica: Re: Searching for Kubrick
vargamom9

Pány, Abauj-Torna megye, Hungary now Paňovce, Slovakia
1773 Pány, Panowcze, 1786 Pány, Panowce, 1808 Pány, Páňowce, 1863–1913, 1938–1945 Pány, 1920–1938, 1945– Paňovce [all the names this village was known by]

Did you already go thru Panovce's church records?
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=1129525&subject_disp=Slovakia, Košice-okolie, Paňovce - Church records&columns=*,0,0

try also KUBRIK
29/07/2011, 16:10:31
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Eva: Varga
I am looking for Ilona Marie Varga family history

All I know is her her birthday was June 26, and I believe she had sisters and a brother . she married tibor Ruska ,I she told me she lived most of her youth with her aunt eyes horvath in papa. She died in march 22 1987. We bury her in the cemetery by her father but I was only 16 when we went to Hungary. I believe I had a cousin named Babi . My father just had stroke and I fear I never will know my parents history. She was 49 when she died of cancer. I do have pictures of my great aunt and my mother . I know her mom died years ago. My mom said her parents used own a leather shop before the Germans took it. But she did not talk to much about her past. She and my dad had a son in miens Germany in 1962 and then traveled to America in an army plane. Any history would be great also trying to find out where my mother grave ,
29/09/2011, 03:48:38
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varga1296: Varga Family
I am researching my husband's family. Cannot locate where his Hungarian ancestors came from. Grandfather John Varga born 5 Jan 1904 died 22 Apr 1991 in Los Angeles Ca. Grandmother Alzbeta (Elizabeth) Roycek (Rojcsek) born 30 Mar 1905 in Presov. Died May 1993 in Washington State. John's mother's maiden name was Kotulak. John and Alzbeta met in NY after emigrating and married. Moved to LA. Alzbeta had sister Julia and John had brothers Paul and Andy. Some family ended up in Connecticut. Thanks in advance!
30/09/2011, 06:36:06
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Zlatica : Re: Varga Family
varga1296

Did you go thru Presov's church records?
You might want to post on Slovakia's Ancestry and Genforum board, if you have not already.
You know about www.iabsi.com/gen/public

VARGAs in Presov's phone book
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=varga&mesto=presov&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
Did not find ROJC^EK or KOTULAK in Presov's phone book. You have document that she was born in Presov proper?
Area code 051 covers Presov and vicinity.
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=kotulak&mesto=&ulica=&psc=&uto=051&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
ROJC^EKs in Slovakia's phone book
http://www.zoznam.sk/hladaj.fcgi?co=telzoznam&s=rojcek&mesto=&ulica=&psc=&uto=&net_fixed=1&net_mobile=1&net_alt=1
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Zlatica : Re: Varga Family
varga1296

ROJC^EK in 1995 in Slovakia in these locations [none in Presov]
http://slovniky.korpus.sk/?w=rojcek&c=N451
KOTULAK
http://slovniky.korpus.sk/?w=kotulak&s=exact&c=Zdeb&d=kssj4&d=psp&d=scs&d=sss&d=peciar&d=ma&d=hssjV&d=obce&d=priezviska&d=un&d=locutio&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8
VARGAs in 1995 in these locations in SK
http://slovniky.korpus.sk/?w=varga&s=exact&c=N451&d=kssj4&d=psp&d=scs&d=sss&d=peciar&d=ma&d=hssjV&d=obce&d=priezviska&d=un&d=locutio&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

Do you have Alzbeta's arrival manifest and church marriage record to confirm that she was born in Presov?
Birds of a feather fly together so most likely Elizabeth and John were from the same region.
30/09/2011, 07:16:09
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Zlatica : Re: Varga Family
varga1296

Your husband's grandfather's SS-5Form should have his place of birth and parents names.
VARGA, JOHN 05 Jan 1904 22 Apr 1991 (V) 87 90043 (Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA) (none specified) New York 114-12-1051
http://ssdi.rootsweb.com

http://www.radixindex.com/en/surname_index/surname/rojcsek
http://www.radixindex.com/en/surname_index/surname/kotulyak
30/09/2011, 16:26:36
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varga1296: Re: Varga Family
Thanks for the info. I've found a little more from my mother in law. Will try to put it all together! Thanks for the suggestions!
26/10/2011, 02:27:55
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:14:30
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:14:36
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:14:43
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:14:52
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:15:00
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BelletzkieM: Re: Rakospalota
Hi, my last name is Belletzkie. This name I believe, is a severely butcher version of Beltecsky. My grandfather was Robert Belletzkie(1921-2006) and his grandfather was Istivanne Belteczky(1867-1936), I believe Istivanne moved to America, from Hungary, with his parent. Is there any information that you have about the Beltecsky family?
18/12/2011, 22:15:03
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Zlatica : Re: Belteczky
BelletzkieM

What US documents have you located on your ancestor? Do you have Istvan BELTECZKY's arrival manifest?
Istvan is correct first name; Istvanne would be like Mrs. Istvan;
could this be your ancestor's NY Ellis Island arrival manifest?
Belteczky, Istvan Karschan, Hungary 26 1867 1893
18/12/2011, 22:45:40
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BelletzkieM: Re: Belteczky
Sorry for the reapeats of the message, the forum said it did not send the message, but I guess it sent it five times.

I do not have his arrival manifest. In fact I have very little documentation, only bits and pieces that my uncle was able to collect.

The spelling I took from a staind glass window that has my Great, Great, Grandfathers name on it. There it is written, "Belteczky Istanne - es csaladja ajandeka" Which I believe translates to mean something like, he donated this window.

I also have the spelling and name on his and his wife's shared headstone. "Zsuzsanna Belteczky (1870-1944) and Stephen Belteczky (1867 - 1936) I have seen the name spelled Istivan, and istvan also. The name Karschan I have never seen before.
21/12/2011, 20:12:22
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BelletzkieM: Re: Belteczky
Sorry for the reapeats of the message, the forum said it did not send the message, but I guess it sent it five times.

I do not have his arrival manifest. In fact I have very little documentation, only bits and pieces that my uncle was able to collect.

The spelling I took from a staind glass window that has my Great, Great, Grandfathers name on it. There it is written, "Belteczky Istanne - es csaladja ajandeka" Which I believe translates to mean something like, he donated this window.

I also have the spelling and name on his and his wife's shared headstone. "Zsuzsanna Belteczky (1870-1944) and Stephen Belteczky (1867 - 1936) I have seen the name spelled Istivan, and istvan also. The name Karschan I have never seen before.
21/12/2011, 20:12:59
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Zlatica : Re: Belteczky
BelletzkieM

http://www.radixindex.com/en/surname_index/surname/belteczky
Any relationship to BELTECZKI in www.surnamenavigator.org

Did Zsuzsanna and Istvan marry in Hungary? Were they naturalized citizen? If not and lived pass 1940 than an Alien Registration Form to search for. Might you know Zsuzsanna's maiden name? I take it you looked into a church baptismal record of the couple's first child?

On Istvan's EI manifest the location looks like Karschaw/Karschau, which this spelling would be German. I know of present city of Kosice, Slovakia German name was Kaschau.
21/12/2011, 20:53:56
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Zlatica : Re: Belteczky
Belletzkie

www.translate.google.com
es - and
csalad = family
csaladja - enter cheats [does not make sense]
ajandeka - gift


first name sites
http://web.archive.org/web/20051128070722/www.fam.aust.com/topolcsany/names/

http://www.progenealogists.com/hungary/names.htm
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~atpc/genealogy/surnames/cref-given-names.pdf
21/12/2011, 21:07:21
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vargamom9: Steven Varga
Looking for any info on Istvan (Steve) Varga B-1873 in Hungary (Possibly Pany). Came to the US in 1889, Lived in Toledo 2201 Front Street, then on Consoul Street. He married a Katie Smilnyac in 1898. They moved to Delray Michigan, then back to Toledo in 1910. Looking for marriage info or death certificate to identify mother and father. Any ideas are most appreciated.
09/02/2012, 16:02:05
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Zlatica : Re: Steven Varga
vargamom9

Did you go thru the Pany's church records already?
Have you located their arrival manifest to confirm a place of birth? Their children's church baptismal record should have a place of birth.

09/02/2012, 16:10:07
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vargamom9: Re: Steven Varga
I don't have access to the Pany records,and can't find him at Ellis Island arriving in 1889. They apparently didn't have children so no records of birthplace. Would there be records at a church in Pany?
09/02/2012, 16:54:11
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Zlatica : Re: Steven Varga
vargamom9

You need to order the church records and have them delivered to the closes Family History Center Library to you.
http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitysearch&columns=*,0,0

Paňovce, Slovakia
1773 Pány, Panowcze, 1786 Pány, Panowce, 1808 Pány, Páňowce, 1863–1913, 1938–1945 Pány, 1920–1938, 1945– Paňovce [all the names this village was known by]

surnames in Panovce in 1995. Includes males and females.
V obci PAŇOVCE (okr. KOŠICE-VIDIEK) sa v roku 1995 nachádzali najčastejšie tieto priezviská: UJCO 21×; UJCOVÁ 20×; KOMJÁTI 15×; KOMJÁTYOVÁ 13×; MELEGA 13×; KOMJÁTY 13×; MITROVÁ 12×; TÓTH 11×; VARGA 10×; JÁMBOROVÁ 10×; VARGOVÁ 10×; TÓTHOVÁ 10×; HORVÁTH 9×; KOMJÁTIOVÁ 9×; MITRO 9×; MELEGOVÁ 9×; LAKI 7×; PASTIRČÁK 6×; IVANKO 6×; IVANKOVÁ 6×; NIŽNÍK 6×; ŇARŠANSKÝ 5×; LEŠKOVÁ 5×; ŠIMONOVÁ 5×; UJCZO 5×; JÁMBOR 5×; HORŇÁKOVÁ 5×; FICERIOVÁ 4×; ŠÁNDOR 4×; PETRIKOVÁ 4×; WEISZEROVÁ 4×; ZÁRECKÝ 4×; PALKO 4×; CESTICKÁ 4×; ZÁRECKÁ 4×; LAKIOVÁ 4×; KOMJATIOVÁ 4×; HORŇÁK 4×; HORVÁTHOVÁ 4×; SPIŠÁKOVÁ 4×; STOFKA 4×; BAČOVÁ 4×; MUŠINSKÝ 3×; ŠTOVČÍK 3×; HALÁSOVÁ 3×; BARTKO 3×; PASTIRČÁKOVÁ 3×; ANDREJKO 3×; PETRÍKOVÁ 3×; PETRÍK 3×; SZABÓOVÁ 3×; HOLEČKO 3×; BARTKOVÁ 3×; NIŽNÍKOVÁ 3×; ŠÁNDOROVÁ 3×; ZSÓKOVÁ 3×; WEISZER 3×; MILICKÁ 3×; PETRIK 3×; KULČÁR 3×; SEHNALOVÁ 3×; HALUŠČÁKOVÁ 3×; UJCZOVÁ 3×; KOMJATI 3×; CSUPKA 3×; SPIŠÁK 3×; KOŠČOVÁ 3×; BALÁZSOVÁ 3×; KUNDTOVÁ 3×; VILINSKÝ 3×; SZABÓ 3×; LEŠKO 3×; LAUEROVÁ 3×; RÁC 3×; HARČÁR 3×; SZALONA 3×; ŠTOVČÍKOVÁ 3×; SZALONOVÁ 3×; HOLEČKOVÁ 3×; MIHÁLYOVÁ 3×; TITKOVÁ 2×; BOBKO 2×; FATĽOVÁ 2×; PENZÁKOVÁ 2×; PASZTIRCSÁKOVÁ 2×; BAČO 2×; HALUŠČÁK 2×; HARSÁNYIOVÁ 2×; MIHÁLY 2×; KOŠČO 2×; KOMJÁTYOVÁ-ĎUROVÁ 2×; PENZÁK 2×; JUHÁSZ 2×; DESSEWFFYOVÁ 2×; FICERI 2×; JAMBOROVÁ 2×; CESTICKÝ 2×; PALKOVÁ 2×; ZSÓKA 2×; MILICKÝ 2×, ...
2 VARGAs in Panovce's phone book.
www.zoznamst.sk

He would not have arrived NY Ellis Island but www.castlegarden.org Baltimore, Boston or Philadelphia.

Any other US documents like draft registration, naturalization intent & petition or social security numbers?
09/02/2012, 17:56:15
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Zlatica : Re: Katie Smilnyac
vargamom9

How you know that Istvan VARGA married a Katie [Katalin] Smilnyac in 1898?
Were they birds of a same feather, from same location or within 10 miles radius?
Is there any blood relation between Katalin and these SMILNYAK who arrived NY EI?
Smilnyak, Andras 16 1878 1894
Smilnyak, Anna Nyizadony, Hungary 20 1888 1908
Smilnyak, Bertalan Budapest, Hungary 31 1876 1907
Smilnyak, Erzsebet Myisadonz, Hungary 19 1891 1910
Smilnyak, Janos Gerlach 3 1897 1900
Smilnyak, Marya Gerlach 27 1873 1900
Smilnyak, Mihaly Gerlach 1 1899 1900

SMILNYAK couldbe S^MILN^AK in Slovak but this surname does not show in phone area code 055 where Panovce is but in phone area code 054 of SK's phone book.
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vargamom9: Re: Katie Smilnyac
1900 census shows they were married in 1898. I believe her father was Mihaly Smilnyak B-1855 in Hungary and immigrated in 1890. She was born 1881 and immigrated 1893. I'm not 100 perent certain on the spelling some places show Smilinac, yet I think Smilnyak is more likely the correct US spelling. What I'm most interested in is Steve Varga parents. Its a missing part of my research.
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vargamom9: Re: Katie Smilnyac
1900 census shows they were married in 1898. I believe her father was Mihaly Smilnyak B-1855 in Hungary and immigrated in 1890. She was born 1881 and immigrated 1893. I'm not 100 perent certain on the spelling some places show Smilinac, yet I think Smilnyak is more likely the correct US spelling. What I'm most interested in is Steve Varga parents. Its a missing part of my research.
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Zlatica : Re: Katie Smilnyac
You're welcome.
Do check in LDS for the church records of Pany that I listed in previous post. Hopefully they are the right ones for you. You might also want to look into an 1869 census records.

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vargamom9: Re: Katie Smilnyac
Thanks! I'll check with them. Where would I get access to the 1869 census?
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Zlatica : Re: Katie Smilnyac
You're welcome vargamom9

Same place LDS-Family History Center

www.iabsi.com/gen/public
http://www.iabsi.com/gen/public/CensusMain.htm
http://www.progenealogists.com/hungary/census-fhl.htm
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Pócsi Zsolt: Nyíradonyból elszármazottaknak
‎2012. február 28., 16:00 - 2012. február 29., 19:00

Nyíradony várossá válásának 20. évfordulóján találkozóra várjuk a rég vagy a közelmúltban elköltözött nyíradonyiakat a II. Elszármazottak találkozójára. A 2004. évi találkozóhoz hasonlóan kulturális és szórakoztató programokkal várjuk majd a hazalátogatókat.

... Kérjük a Tisztelt Lakosságot, értesítsék az elszármazott rokonokat, barátokat, ill...etve adják meg nevüket, hogy értesítést küldhessünk az eseményről.

A címeket és ötleteket várják:

Móricz Zsigmond Művelődési és Információs Ház
06-52/203-092, 06-30/950-0039
muvhaz -k-u-k-a-c- nyiradony -p-o-n-t- hu

és a szervezőbizottság tagjai:
• Dr Bíró Lászlóné nyugalmazott címzetes iskolaigazgató
• Frank József nyugalmazott polgármester
• Illés Tiborné könyvtáros
• Kondásné Erdei Mária alpolgármester
• Pócsi Zsolt családfakutató

Részletes program:

Február 28.-a kedd:

10,00 - 12,00 óráig: Regisztráció a Móricz Zsigmond Információs és Művelődési Házban (Árpád tér 2.)

12,00 - 14,00 óráig: Városnézés, záró helyszíne a Fecskeház
14,00 - 16,00 óráig: Közös ebéd, és kötetlen beszélgetés a Kollégium étkezőjében és a Fecskeházban
16,30 – Gyülekező a Harangi Imre Rendezvénycsarnokban
17,00 – 18,30 óráig: Ünnepi Emlékműsor
Beszédet mond: Dr. Orbán Viktor Magyarország Miniszterelnöke
19,00 – 21,30 óráig: A Csík Zenekar koncertje
22,00 – órától: Közös éneklés és tánc, a barátság és az emlékek jegyében

Február 29. szerda:

08,00 órától Ünnepi Mise Nyíradony Szülötteiért
09,00 órától: - látogatás a Gúthi Erdészet Központjába, illetve a Tamásipusztai TB Ranch-re, majd a Kölcsey és a Szent Mihály iskolákba, ahol helytörténeti vetélkedőkbe kapcsolódhatnak be az egykori nyíradonyiak
11,00 – 13,00 óráig: Ünnepi Képviselő-testületi Ülés – Megemlékezés a 20. évfordulóról
13,15 – 14,30 óráig: - Közös ebéd a Kollégium étkezőjében
15,00 óra: A Találkozó Zárása

Jelentkezésüket 2012. február 24-én 12 óráig várjuk a Móricz Zsigmond Művelődési és Információs Házba – 4254. Nyíradony, Árpád tér 2. Telefon és Fax: 52/203-092, – e-mail: hazateres -k-u-k-a-c- nyiradony -p-o-n-t- hu
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ctokarchik: Rose Varga Hercegfalva, Hungary 1891
I am researching Rose/Rosa/Rozila Varga, Born in Hercegfalva in about 1891. She married Janos Takarcsik and immigrated to Canada in 1927 with her son John. She had a sister named Marie Varga listed as living in Baracs. Any information about her family and parents would be appreciated.
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Susen Bryant: Erzebet Varga
Both of my great grandparents came from Hungary. They did not know each other in Hungary but met and married in Detroit, Michigan. I am trying to find information about my Great Grandmother Erzebet Varga, before she came to America in 1912.
I have a lot of pictures that came with her from Hungary, some identify the people in them, some do not.
She was born in Gyarmat, Gyor-Moson-Sopron, Hungary in 1895 but when she left for America her family was living in Papa, Vezsprem, Hungary. I am certain her parents were Istvan Varga and Julia Gombas, we have heard stories that her older brother Jozsef Varga was in the military but he "went to the other side" during the war? I am uncertain what she meant by that, but I am hoping to find information about him. This is a picture of him in uniform from 1912, I have no idea what military it represents.

This image is attached to the message.
To see the image in original size, please click on it.
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Zsolt: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Dear Judi!

I'm sorry that a long time since I applied. Istvan Varga have new information.
Varga is not 1879, but was born in 1890, Nyíradony.
Istvan- Steve Varga, Dayton church was also among the founding of St. Stephen's Church, participated in its foundation. He died around 1963. His son died in a car accident, perhaps his daughter Mary is still alive. Unfortunately, we do not know married name.

Correspondence on the internet since last adatbáziba Hungarian Reformed Mormon baptismal registry, is six million and 17 million is Roman Catholic.

The Catholic József Varga is a database 164 in 1879.
https://familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=+givenname:Jozsef~ +surname:Varga~ +birth_year:1879-1879&collection_id=1743180

The Joseph Varga, 84 Reformed database is 1879.
https://familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=+givenname:Joseph~ +surname:Varga~ +birth_year:1879-1879&collection_id=1858355

Sincerelly
Zolt!

email address pocsimail at g mail . com
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hunkygirl: Re: Steve Varga Dayton
Dear Zolt!

It's good to hear from you. I remember calling St. Stephen's Church in Dayton. They looked for records for Istvan - Steve Varga. There was a terrible flood in Dayton in the year 1913 and many of the records were destroyed. So I could not find the information you were looking for.
How old would Mary be at this time? Perhaps I can call St. Stephen's Church again about Mary Varga. She was probably still a Varga when she first attended the church and I could find records for her. Also the new birthdate of Istvan-Steve could be helpful.
Thank you for the links for Joseph Varga. I clicked on them and they would not open. I'll try again later.
The late and wonderful Reich Lajos put us in touch with each other. He is greatly missed and will always be remembered by many of us on this board as a treasured friend.

Sincerely,

Judi
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Vargha: Vargha Gyula
Szentlászlói Vargha Gyula és ladányi Boócz Flóra utódait keresem. Vargha Gyula polgári iskolai igazgató, tartalékos hadnagy, számos kitüntetés tulajdonosa és irodalmi egyesületek tagja 1940 június 26-án életének 58. évében halt meg Békéscsabán. Gyermekei Aurél, Ibolya és Antal voltak. Bármilyen segítséget örömmel veszek. Elektromos címem george_berzsenyi -a-t- msn -d-o-t- com, mely a nevemet is elárulja. Kereszt és vezetéknevem közt aláhúzás van.
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lefpage: VARGA, György Jozsef (1890-1940?)
Unsure of birthplace, but suspect Kapuvar area about March 1890. He was in the Honvéd from about 1910 onward. Married Kornelia Kosa in Mosod, Megye Zolyom, HU (now Mostenica, SL) in 1917, after son Varga Gyorgy Jozsef Junior was born 19 March 1916. We have junior's baptismal certificate. VARGOVA Kornelia stayed all of her life in Mostenica. She had two other children, Janos and Aranka. Varga Gyorgy senior is said to have died in a military or veteran's hodpital in or near Györ in 1940. I would appreciate any knowledge of such hospitals and their records. Or, how to look for his enlistment papers from about 1910. It is possible that his grandson (who has lived in USA since December 1956) may visit Hungary this fall. (2013). Thank you!
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vargamom9: Menyecske
Does anyone know the proper translation for "Menyecske" on a marriage record? It's in response to "single or Married before". I believe she answer was that she had an illegitimate child prior to the marriage.
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Zlatica: Re: Menyecske
vargamom9

www.bmi.net/jjaso
where is this record? Can you attach it to the post?
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efel: Re: Menyecske
Menyecske: (very) young wife.
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lefpage: Re: Varga
This looks like a Honved dress uniform. If you search for "csendorseg" online, there is a website associated with the Hungarian Military History Museum in Budapest which has pictures of uniforms, insignia, etc. If by "the war," she meant WW2, the there was an element of the Hungarian Royal Army and the Honved (Home Guard) that aided, abetted and assisted the Nazis in exterminating Jews. It was a very dark time...
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Esterreicher: Re: VARGA, György Jozsef (1890-1940?)
Look at church records and civil registration records for
Kapuvar and Gyor. You may find the info you are looking for.

Joe Esterreicher
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lefpage: Re: VARGA, György Jozsef (1890-1940?)
Have done so, but specific military hospital information not there. Am working on other clues, but thank you for your suggestion.
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Longman: Re: VARGA, György Jozsef (1890-1940?)
Üdvözlet!

A mogyoródi Varga családról szeretnék információt. Az anyai nagypapámról lenne szó. Mihálynak hívták, testvérei: Margit, Gábor, Zsigmond, József, Teréz, János. Édesanyjuk neve, tehát a dédnagymamám: Tóth Mária. Sajnos dédnagypapám nevét nem tudom. Bármilyen információ érdekel. Előre is köszönöm!

Szabó László
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Vari52: Nemesgulács
Keresem Varga Dénes rokonait, aki 1927-ben született Nemesgulácson, anyja: Káli Mária, apja: Varga Lajos.
Gyerek korában Pestre került. Testvérei: Ilona, Mária, József.
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vargamom9: Re: Menyecske
For the longest time I've believed it meant Young Bride yet it is a unique answer to whether married before or single.
COuld it mean mother of illegitimate child?

The site is
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-22646-15049-59?cc=1554443&wc=M99C-8V6:n1811682317

for Maria Varga
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Lefpage: Re: Menyecske
The word does mean a young married woman, specifically one who has not yet borne a child. It is likely an antiquated usage.
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vargamom9: Re: Menyecske
Thanks, the issue I have is that she had a child which was illegitimate earlier and this was her first marriage. Does this mean she was married before?
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Lefpage: Re: Menyecske
Not necessarily. Sometimes children initially noted as illegitimate were "legitimized" when the father appeared snd married the mother, even years later. Part of that is priestly discretion, and it appears to be more common in wartime, with military deployments, etc. If you can access the original register, be sure to look at any added notes...sometimes in the margins. Also, remember that the information is only as reliable as the informant...and the transcriber.
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 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: detkovacigor: Re: Family in Detkovac
 Varga - Donja_dubrava forum: Esterreicher: Re: Family in Detkovac
Vari52
Keresem rokonaimat. Amit tudok: Nagyapám Varga Lajos, született 1889.01.25. (Hegymagas vagy Nemesgulács)
1913.01.18-án Szigligeten feleségül vette nagyanyámat Káli Máriát aki született: 1889.09.21. Hegymagason.
Úgy tudom nagyapám egy akkor még úgynevezett szeretetházban hunyt el. Nagyapám egyik testvére Varga Rozália. Többet sajnos nem tudok róla. Ha valaki tud valamit kérem értesítsen. Köszönöm szépen.
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vargamom9: Occupations
Can anyone tell me the difference in occupations of Szolgals which I assume means "to Serve" and Csaled which I think means servant of Maid. These entries are in a hungarian church record from 1860. On the same page, one woman's occupation is listed as a Szolgals, while the other is listed as Csaled. I do not understand the difference, can anyone help?
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NFarkas: Re: Varga - család keresése
Hello Erzsike and all Varga peoples!

I just read through all of the posts. So many great stories here. I hope everyone finds some little bit of information that will help. I just found out the other day I am a Varga in Canada too! i am searching the Varga line here. My grand father Andrew's mother Rose was widowed twice. We only know about her last husband Istvan. But I would like to trace her parents in Hungary so I can visit and know my roots.

I have been fortunate to receive emails from the RC Church in Hamilton that these people attended. Here is what was given to me from the church's birth, death, marriage registers. It is the actual information from hand written clergy, so its so exciting for me to see it all laid out. But I still need to get further in my search. I am sorry I don't speak of read Hungarian.

1912 Rose Farkas & Istvan Tamas immigrated to Canada. Not sure if they came together but she was a widow of Stephen Joseph Farkas. She had 2 children with him Andrew 1914 & Steve 1915. She met Andrew Belog(never married) and had Louis 1918, she decided to change his name to Louis John Farkas.

1920 Rose Farkas 30yrs (parents Peter VARGA & Terez Molnar)married Steven Tamas 31yrs (parents Frank Tamas & Annie Nemeth) NOTE!! His mothers name is Annie not Vera as family search suggests. 1922 Charles Joseph Tamas. 1924 Frank John Tamas. 1925 Joseph William Tamas. They all went on to marry in Canada. I know I have to change the names to Hungarian.

Family search has led me to Peter & Terez in Tarnok, Zala, Hungary and baptism records for their children Peter Varga 1879, Lajos Varga 1878, Jozsef Varga 1883, Terezia Varga 1885,ROZALIA 1887/here 1890, Jozsef Varga 1891. So, now I have to confirm some how these children are Rose's siblings.

At the time 1965 of her death in Canada the obit mentions she had a brother and sister still in Hungary. I hope to find my deceased relations names, cemetaries, residences. I hope even more to find living reletives to complete my circle of life here. I am just starting out the Varga line. Best Wishes to All.
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RasparKapak: Felvidéki Varga család
Dédapám Varga Lajos volt, Ipolybalogról származott, de a szomszédos Ipolynagyfalura nősült. Ő volt a környék patkolókovácsa. Több testvére is volt, pontos adatot nem tudok, csak azt, hogy egyikük, Imre, Balassagyarmaton alapított családot. A család leszármazottait keresem.
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Charles Varga: e: Varga family
Yes! Too much, so. I did trace my Varga Family to the "County of Kings, where the Varga Family 9My branch) may indeed have had it's origins. A company by the same name was found on the Internet Web, involving leather products. The portion fo the Crown Guard and the making of wines indeed sounds simulat.

My grandfather came to Carteret, NJ, following by several years, my maternal grandmother Julia. He married two sisters, the other married into the Kovacs Family.

They were early members of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Cartered. I have seen Baptism Records, there, as I lived in Carteret until moving on to other parts of the state and the country.

My father, Charle had brother Joseph, Bill and a sister Rose. All are now passed.

Charles Christopher Varga (Karolyi Vargha)
347-444-0946
(ccvarga at yahoo dot com)
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Otsn: Re: e: Varga family
Charles Varga,

I read your post with interest. Where in Hungary is the "County of Kings?" I also
found it interesting that the is a website by that name that is involved in Crown Guard. My Grandfather, Joseph) Varga was said to be in the Crown Guard before he came to America. Wine making - my grandfather's family was said to have
raised grapes, make and bottled wine, which I know was not unusual all over Hungary.
My grandfather settled in Southern Ohio in the early 1900's. He married my grandmother, Julia Szaras in 1906. She was said to be a pastry chef in the palace in Budapest, but did not meet my grandfather there, but in Ohio years later.
I have also been told Kovacs was a name in our family. We know little about
my grandparents after many years of searching. It was once said one was born in Buda, the other was born in Pest, but we do not know for sure. My grandfather had 7 brothers and 3 sisters, but we do not know their names.
Does any of this sound familiar to you?

Thank You!

Judi
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