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Re: Kanuch, Jendrzejowski
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: February 11, 2008 at 21:29:53
In Reply to: John Kanuck, 1904 in Czechoslovakia by Sharon Wilson of 4


Up to 1918 the records would say Austria-Hungary. After the fall, several new countries were formed and one was Czechoslovakia who in 1993 separated into Czech Republic and Slovak Republic.
The word "ZUPA" means megye/region/county. Unfortunately, not a name of a village in Slovak Republic.
A map of old 1910 Hungarian megye: It can be Abauj, Szepes, Saros, Zemplen, Arva, Nyitra, Zolyom, Trencsen and few more.
In 1990 census of names there were 31 JENDRZEJOWSKIs in Poland. in Polish and only distribution.

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