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Looking for anyone with information regarding Susan Podzabany (my grandmother) who lived in New Jersey or her brother Mike Podzabany or anyone else with this name.
2004/04/30, 06:43:22
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Zlatica : Podzabany
You need to locate a name of a town in order to proceed with the research.

There was a Zuzanna PODZABANY that passed thru Ellis Island in 1911 from Alsokubin which is Dolny Kubin, Slovak Republic. The other Zuzana Podzabany was from N.Biszterev(c). A mihaly / Michal, Michael/ Mike PODZABANG arriving in 1892 might be Podzabany. No name of a town for him.
The Social Security Death Index is listing a Ludmila PODZABANY. http://ssdi.rootsweb.com
The town of Dolny Kubin's phone book lists a surname Podbrezny, Podstreleny, Podhorska, Podskubova, Podstavek. I feel that this is the place.
www.zoznamst.sk
http://mapy.atlas.sk for locating a town in SK
www.dolnykubin.sk
www.spectacularslovakia.sk
www.slovaklinks.com
www.slovakfolkcrafts.com
www.slovakinstitute.com
www.village.sk
www.centroconsult.sk
www.our-slovakia.com
www.iarelative.com
http://slovakia.eunet.sk
The LDS-Mormons (Family History Center)have filmed the church records of SK so you can order the films and gather ancestral information.
www.bmi.net/jjaso to familiarize yourself with church wording.
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 town of Alsokubin falls into Arva megye.

www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator
http://vivisimo.com
www.munky.com
www.pikpuk.com
2004/04/30, 15:45:59
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bzag: Podzabany
My grandfather on my mother's side was Michael Podzabany of Czechoslovakian descent, from Dolny Kubin (or at least my grandmother was). I interviewed my grandfather once about his family history. Looking through those notes he had sisters Suzana (born 1887), Maria (born 1891), Terezia (1889). Michael was born in 1895. Michael's father was killed in a mining accident near Phoenixville, though this information is not very reliable. I have pics. If you reply please use "Czech" in the Subject so I don't accidentally delete the email as spam. I hope this helps.
2005/12/25, 01:48:45
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bzag: Re: Podzabany
P.S... My grandmother was Ludmila.
2005/12/25, 01:57:46
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
bzag

The town of Dolny Kubin is in Slovak Republic, former Czechoslovakia, never in Czech Republic.
www.dolnykubin.sk
www.spectacularslovakia.sk
www.slovakfolkcrafts.com
www.our-slovakia.com
www.iabsi.com/gen/public
2005/12/25, 02:29:37
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bzag: Re: Podzabany
Yes, so? People do not travel? My mohter's parents were Czech and they came from Dolny Kubin. I know this is true. I have spoken to them about it when they were still alive.
2006/01/17, 03:23:21
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3006bugs: Re: Podzabany
Sorry it took so long to response I forget about this. I do remember someone we called Uncle mike. I would have been a great nephew. My father's parents were John Buglovsky and Susan Podzabany. I really know absolutely nothing about my grandmother. She was a very quite person and probably did not speak a lot of English. Let's keep in touch.
John Buglovsky
19108 E.Eldorado Dr
Aurora, CO 80013
303-690-0575
Bugser -k-u-k-a-c- comcast -p-o-n-t- net
2007/02/14, 19:00:52
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
John

Coming thru Ellis Island www.ellisislandrecords.org
Zuzana PODZABANY and Zuzanna PODZABANY. Look also at PODZABANA (female version of Podzabany), PODZABANG(Y)
Zuzanna arriving in 1911 was going to brother-in-law Peter HALUSKA, left a mother Terez Podzabany in Alsokubin, Arva, Hungary. Zuzanna was naturalized citizen, set of the numbers by her name on the manifest.
HALUSKA does list in Dolny Kubin's phone book.
www.zoznamst.sk
BUGLOVSZKY, BUGLOVSKY
2007/02/14, 20:10:14
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bzag: Re: Podzabany
Thank you Zlatica.
2007/02/14, 20:18:23
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
Your welcome.

You might want to check into church records of Dolny Kubin.

I do not find surname PODZABANY/PODZABANA in SK's phone book, but it could have been an alias used when several families in a village with same surname.

www.iabsi.com/gen/public
www.dolny.kubin
www.maplandia.com
www.orava.sk
2007/02/14, 20:26:17
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
bzag

I went thru the Czech Republic's phone book http://phone.quick.cz and did not a PODZABANY in the phone book.
Are there two people researching this surname or only one with two different names? Just found this post.
A Czech dictionary: www.slovnik.cz
A Slovak dictinary: http://slovnik.zoznam.sk
2007/02/14, 20:33:08
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bzag: Re: Podzabany
I assumed up to this point that Podzabany was the Americanized form of that surname, although I'm sure you have taken that into account in your latest search. When I get all my records together I can provide better info.
It is possible that Podzabany did not come from Dolny Kubin, but I am fairly certain his wife did - I have to dig up her surname (I could never get the spelling right, but I have their marital certificate or copy thereof somewhere - her surname was something like Dierczyk - please pardon my abominable knowledge and spelling).
Also, Ellis Island was reserved for new emigres, wasn't it? Meaning if someone had gone through once before but had traveled back to Europe one or more times, then those travels would not bring him to Ellis, right? So if Podzabany showed up in Ellis Island in 1892 it would not show him coming back again in a later year, yes? I suspect this was true of my great grandfather, and I have been told that my grandfater also had traveled back and forth to the USA a few times also, before my grandmother had emigrated. I'll know more when I get my papers together - won't be for a few days... BZ.
2007/02/14, 20:51:53
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
BZ

NO, PODZABANY sounds good in Slovak. Pod-under
Z'abany (zaba - frog)
Everytime someone would come to America and thru Ellis Island, he/she will show up. Possible that your ancestor could have come thru Philadelphia, Boston or Baltimore the other times.
Use One Step www.stevemorse.org to locate people that came from the ancestral village. I find DERCZYK surname in Poland.
2007/02/14, 21:00:14
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Zlatica: Re: Podzabany or Podzuban
BZ

Zuzana PODZABANY arriving in 1903 was from N. Biazberev which is transcribed incorrectly and it should be N(agy)Biszterecz - Velky Bysterec and now part of Dolny Kubin, Slovak Republic.
I did find a similar spelling surname PODZUBAN in www.geoportal.sk/roep/e.php This surname shows up in Eastern region in area code 056. www.zoznamst.sk
Mihaly PODZSUBAN, PODSOBAN thru EI sure did do 3 trips to US. The 1911 Mihaly's wife was Zuzanna PODZUBAN in Sarosmezo, Ung megye - Blatna Polianka, Slovak Republic. A female PODZUBANOVA in Blatna Polianka's phone book.
2007/02/15, 02:44:30
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bzag: Re: Podzabany or Podzuban
Zlatica,

Considering the effort you put into this, I thought you should know. There are two of use looking to find Podzabany, we did not know each other. I have since confirmed with my aunt that she actually is related to the family of the other party through Michael Podzabany, at least to my satisfaction. Thanks for your work!

BZAG.
2007/02/15, 02:56:53
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
Your welcome.

The church records is the way to go. You might want to post on Ancestry, Genforum http://slovakia.eunet.sk if you have not. Might have mentioned that already.
2007/02/15, 03:43:59
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 Podzabany - Spisska_nova_ves_[novoveska_huta] fórumban: Thomas Geiss: Gurko surname
 Podzabany - Spisska_nova_ves_[novoveska_huta] fórumban: Thomas Geiss: Gurko surname
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Joe M: Re: Podzabany
My grandmother was Zuzanna Podzabany, supposedly the oldest of seven children, born 6/24/1879 in Velky Bisterec in Slovakia. I only have names of 4: Helen(Ilona), Zuzanne, Michael and Josephine. Father's name possibly Andrew, mother's name either Mary or Sofia. Very interested in genealogy. Please contact.
2010/07/15, 03:21:10
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3006bugs: Re: Podzabany
My grandmother Susan (Sosa)(Zuanna)Married John Buglovsky. I was only aware of Uncle Mike her brother. Contact me at Bugser -k-u-k-a-c- comcast -p-o-n-t- net John Buglovsky
2010/07/17, 05:19:31
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Zlatica : Re: Podzabany
Joe

Podzabany, Zuzana N. Biazberev 24 1879 1903 Is this your ancestor arriving NY [Ellis Island]
Veľký Bysterec: 1773 Major Bisztericz, Nagy-Bisztericz, Welky Bisterecz, 1786 Nagy-Bisztricz, 1808 Nagy-Biszterecz, Welký Bysterec, 1863–1913 Nagybiszterec, 1920–1949 Veľký Bysterec [all the names this village was known by] but now it is part of Dolny Kubin.
An ALL site for research in Slovakia
www.iabsi.com/gen/public should get you going.
Have you posted on Slovakia's Ancestry and Genforum board?
2010/07/17, 05:51:04
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Zlatica : Re: Buglovsky
2006bugs

Find these arriving NY [Ellis Island]
Buglovska, Katarina Loise, Hungary 18 1889 1907
Buglovsky, Barbara Levoca, Cz. Slov. 60 1861 1921
Buglovsky, Frank Levoca, Cz. Slov. 18 1903 1921
Buglovszky, Istvan Locse 24 1880 1904
No BUGLOVSKY found in Levoca or any other places in Slovakia.
www.zoznamst.sk
first name sites as Sosa or Zuanna do not exist as such:
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
2010/07/17, 06:01:39
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3006bugs: Re: Podzabany
Are you Joe from Long Island? I lost your phone number and email address when I changed computers. John Buglovsky 303-690-0575. Please contact me.
2010/07/17, 23:55:10
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bzag: Re: Podzabany
John, I just left you email... Bob.
2010/07/18, 04:32:51
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