Left some more posts to your queries few years back.
Up to 1918 the records would say Hungary. After the fall of A-H empire several new countries were formed and one was Czechoslovakia, which in 1993 separated into Czech Republic and Slovak Republic.
An ALL site for research: www.iabsi.com/gen/public
You need to locate a precise place of birth among the US documents like naturalization petition, SS-5Form, state marriage application, church marriage certificate and few more.
A first name translation website:
http://topolcsanyi.alphalink.com.au/names as our ancestors would have come under Hungarian first name. What you have is English.
Have you located their manifest? There too should be a place of birth.
www.ellisislandrecords.org Take a look. Family went to family in those old days and common language to communicate was a must.
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