PRIEZVISKÁ / SURNAMES



CHABADA (Očová, okolie Zvolena) - Skúmam rody: Reichbauer (lokalita Pezinok, Viničné - predkovia sa prisťahovali z Postupimi v Nemecku), Frič (lokalita Viničné - predkovia sa prisťahovali z Juhoslávie), Kovacz (lokalita Viničné, Pezinok), Demuth (lokalita Pezinok), Chabada (lokalita Očová a okolie Zvolena), Huliak (lokalita Očová a okolie Zvolena). Mgr. Ondrej Reichbauer, Sama Chalupku č. 11, 902 01 Pezinok, e-mail (2005-04-01)
CHABAN
- Looking for information on relatives of John Tonkovic (died 1963) and his wife Mary Chaban. They immigrated to Canada. e-mail (2000-05-02)
CHABRECEK(Raková) - My family came to America in the 1880's. I am interested in information about the Chabrecek name in Slovakia. My family changed their name to Chabreck sometime in the 20th century. William Chabreck, e-mail (2002-01-18)
CHABRECK -  My family came to America in the 1880's. I am interested in information about the Chabrecek name in Slovakia. My family changed their name to Chabreck sometime in the 20th century. William Chabreck, e-mail (2002-01-18)
CHABREČEK (Raková) - My family came to America in the 1880's. I am interested in information about the Chabrecek name in Slovakia. My family changed their name to Chabreck sometime in the 20th century. William Chabreck, e-mail (2002-01-18)
CHALFA (Čierne Pole, Trhyňa) - I am searching for relatives in southeastern Slovakia – Čierne Pole and Tegena: Makuch, Sabocik (Szabocsik), Kopervas(z), Chalfa. My grandparents were born there in 1888 and 1893. They came to USA in 1913-1914. My great grandparents John Kopervas and Anna Chalfa are buried there. I live in Holmdel, NJ 07733, USA Bernardine Weigand, e-mail (2000-05-22)
CHALUPEC (Nesluša) - Zaujímajú ma rody Chalupec a Pauk z Nesluše. Mgr. Veronika Pauková, č. d. 1048, 023 41 Nesluša, Tel.: 0904 285 914, e-mail (2013-01-04)
CHALUPKA - Ing. Andrej Burianek, Račianská 83, 831 02 Bratislava, e-mail (2000-01-11)
CHALUPKA - Bronislava Kalánková, J. Mazúra 4/10, 036 01 Martin (2000-03-01)
CHALUPKA - Tomáš Božoň, Nádražní 479, 561 69 Králíky, ČR, e-mail (2003-04-03)
CHANATH - Rody : Adamkovic, Bacinsky, Brinsky, Bardossy, Bobak, Cisarik, Dudinsky, Gojdic, Gerbery, Halko, Hucko, Hodermarsky, Chanath, Ilkovic, Kapisinsky,Kopcay, Kelly, Kellő, Kristof, Leukanic, Mankovich, Martyak, Michalic, Mirossay, Molcanyi, Petrasovsky, Petrasovic, Petrick, Podhajecky, Popovic, Rojkovic, Rokiczky, Russnak, Szekely, Takac, Toronsky, Ujhelyi, Varzaly, Vislocky, Vojtovic, Zubricky, Zacharias, Zavacky, Zima, Zorvan. Matúš Molčányi, Mengusovská 15, 040 01 Košice, e-mail, www (2005-01-04)
CHAPURA - I am trying to find information about the family name Chapura. My grandfather Stef Chapura immigrated from the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the mid 1880s and settled in Pennsylvania, USA. I do not know if he was Czech or Slovak. I have tried to find records on the web site Ancestry.com without any luck. Andrew M Chapura Jr, 1800 Beach Dr, Unit 113, Gulfport, MS 39507, USA, e-mail (2011-04-01)
CHERNEY (Gajary) - I live in the state of Rhode Island in the U.S.A. Grandfather: Paul Cerny (Cierny, Cherny, Cherney), born: May 4, 1861 in Gadery, Austria (Gajary). Grandmother: Katerina Antolovich Cerny (Cierny, Cherny, Cherney), born: April 6, 1867 in Bratislava. Married in Bratislava. Emigrated to the U.S.A. in 1893. They had three sons when they emigrated: John, Frank, Paul. They emigrated to Vandling, Pennsylvania. They had a total of 15 children. I am the daughter of Joseph, born in Pennsylvania in 1911. I believe I found my grandfather's baptismal record on May 4, 1861. My Aunt, who has passed away, kept contact with family in Slovakia, so I am trying to find the family, I know they are there. Cynthia Cherney, e-mail (2012-06-29).
CHERNITSKY (Plavec) - Searching families Sholtis, Molnar, Miterko or Materko, Chernitsky, Wojack. Have an old postcard from Plavec with a bridge on it and a family picture, not sure who is who. Just started research. My grandfater came over on the Kaiser Wilhelm out of Germany. Marilyn Sholtis-Wright, 346 West Saxet, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, Tel: 361-888-4797, e-mail (2003-09-10)
CHERNY (Gajary) - I live in the state of Rhode Island in the U.S.A. Grandfather: Paul Cerny (Cierny, Cherny, Cherney), born: May 4, 1861 in Gadery, Austria (Gajary). Grandmother: Katerina Antolovich Cerny (Cierny, Cherny, Cherney), born: April 6, 1867 in Bratislava. Married in Bratislava. Emigrated to the U.S.A. in 1893. They had three sons when they emigrated: John, Frank, Paul. They emigrated to Vandling, Pennsylvania. They had a total of 15 children. I am the daughter of Joseph, born in Pennsylvania in 1911. I believe I found my grandfather's baptismal record on May 4, 1861. My Aunt, who has passed away, kept contact with family in Slovakia, so I am trying to find the family, I know they are there. I want to find out if my grandparents had brothers and sisters. Cynthia Cherney, e-mail (2012-06-29).
CHESANEK - I am researching the surname "Chesanek" "Czesanek" "Cesanek." – 4 brothers: Michael Jacob born 1885, Frank, Stephan Michael, and Thomas Andrew born 1890, settled in New Britain, Connecticut, USA in early 1900s. I am interested in finding their descendants, home town in Slovakia, and any siblings.  e-mail (2002-01-17)
CHLEBEC (Lehota pri Nitre, Slovensko, USA, Francúzsko) - Zaujímam sa o rody Borot, Chlebec a Petrík. Peter Petrík, Lipová 6, 949 01 Nitra, e-mail (2002-03-20)
CHLEBNICAN (Detva) - My grandfather was named Martin Chlebnican and I understand he was born in Detva, Czechoslovakia on October 25, 1893.  Mary Ann Klaner, Winchester, Virginia, USA, e-mail (2009-02-17)
CHLEBNIČAN (Detva) - My grandfather was named Martin Chlebnican and I understand he was born in Detva, Czechoslovakia on October 25, 1893.  Mary Ann Klaner, Winchester, Virginia, USA, e-mail (2009-02-17)
CHLEBOVEC - Zaujímajú ma rody Cimerman, Rusko, Strelec, Šima, Handlovský, Veis, Mihal, Chlebovec. Mgr. Tomáš Cimerman, Poľná 15, 974 05 Banská Bystrica, Tel.: 0907 418 825, e-mail (2008-07-04)
CHMARA - I am looking for the Gangur name (father). Mother's name Chmara. Parents both came from Kopashnova. e-mail (2007-07-09)
CHMELAN (Lukáčovce; Rychnov nad Kněžnou, Czech Republic) - Petr Kroužek, www, e-mail (1999-09-24)
CHMURA (Spiš) - Uhlárik –  Modra, Chmura – Spiš, Brtáň – Spiš, Lazar – Modra. Mgr. Peter Lazar, Mládeže 35, 058 01 Poprad, e-mail (2003-05-06)
CHNAPKO - My name is Maryanne Yurick Jankowski. My husband, Walter and I live in North Carolina, but both originated in New Jersey, USA. On my mother's side, I am a decendent of Katherin and Joseph Chnapko who were born in Slovakia in the late 1800's. Katherin in or near Bratislava (perhaps Trnava), and Joseph born in what used to be Dubovany. The only relative I can find is Gabriela Csolleiova who I believe resides in Bratislava. Maryanne Jankowski, e-mail (2007-12-07)
CHOCHOL (Gemerská Poloma – Veľká a Malá Poloma) - Marcel Chochol, Clementisova 721/3, 040 22  Košice, e-mail
CHOMA - I have been searching for 2-3 years for information on my ancestors who were immigrants from Austria (born in Czechoslovakia). I am up against a brick wall, finding no records here in US except for 1930 census. I know that they lived in Morgantown, West Virginia and came to US in about 1904. Any assistance that you could provide would be veery much appreciated. Great grandfather: Nickolas Choma 1881-1951, great grandmother: Aewe (Eva) Machek 1884-1958. Dayna Sullenberger, e-mail (2011-11-25)
CHOMANIČ
- Ing. Jozef Chomanič, Komarovská 45, 067 61 Kolonica
CHOREŇ (Bratislava, Dolné Dubové) - Anthony Choren, 7979 W. Glenbrook Rd., Apartment 4014, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53223, e-mail (2001-03-23)
CHORVAT - My grandfather, Frank Chorvat or Czorvat came to Wisconsin in the late 1800's or early 1900's. The name was changed to Horvath. He married Valeria Pollokovic. They arrived at separate times. My grandfather came to the U.S. before my grandmother, but I do not know the span of time. I cannot find any verifiable information to prove when either arrived using the names above. My father's birth certificate says that his parents were both born in Austria. My father's name was Joseph Horvath, born in Milwaukee, WI on May 14, 1919 at 1818 Monroe St. In 1919, my grandfather was 30 and my grandmother was 26. They had two other children at the time my father was born, Molly and Charles. Kate Wilson, South Milwaukee, WI, USA, e-mail (2010-08-17)
CHORVÁT - Anna Farská, Americká 2, 831 02 Bratislava
CHORVÁT - Snažím sa zistiť čo najviac o mojich predkoch, Chorvátovcoch z Dolného Srnia a Bziniec pod Javorinou. Môj prastarý otec bol Juraj Chorvát (autor Veľkej partitúry, Spevník ev. mládeže, národovec, kantor, rodák z Dolného Srnia (1862-1934). Jeho bratranec Ján Chorvát (Piesne sionské, o ňom je tiež viacero publikácií) mal za manželku Boženu Royovú. Juraj Chorvát, e-mail (2009-02-26)
CHOVAN (Necpaly) -- I am looking for any living relatives of Frank born 1863 and from Necpaly. Joe Chovan, e-mail (2004-11-09)
CHOVAN - Both of my grandparents John Chovan and Zuzana Michalek came from Važec area. Jean Chovan, 16 7th Ave SE, Rochester MN 55904, e-mail
CHOVAN (Suchá Dolina) - My grandmother's name was Hovan and my grandfather's name was Ondus. These,
of course, may be Anglicized spellings.  I believe my grandmother was born in Suchá Dolina. Mary Bennardo, e-mail (2002-01-16)
CHOVANEC - PhDr. Ján Chovanec, J. Záborského 16, 075 01 Trebišov 1621
CHOVANEC - Mgr. Lýdia Sameková, Považská 16, 040 11 Košice
CHOVANEC (Alekšince) - Petr Kroužek, www, e-mail (1999-09-24)
CHOVANEC (Rovné, district Svidník) - I am looking for any family from the Chovanec surname. My great-grandfather was born in Rovné or Rovna in 1899 and emigrated to the United States in 1922. My great-grandmother (nee Grega) and grandmother's family came from Marhaň and emigrated to the United States in 1925/1926. I am also looking for information on my grandfather's family - Andrej and Sophia/Sofia Blaško. My great-grandfather and great-grandmother came from Štrba and emigrated in 1906. Denise Nathan, e-mail (2014-02-28)
CHRAPKA – I am seeking information on my aunt, Pauline Chrapka (also spelled Hrapka), nee Senko. She immigrated to the U.S. in 1906, married John Chrapka in 1920, and returned with him to Czechoslovakia some time after 1920. The family history states that John returned when he inherited the family farm (?) after all his family was killed in World War I. My mother, Julia Senko Booms, used to exchange letters with Pauline until the late 1960s, but I don’t have an address. Marianne Szabo, Dallas, TX, e-mail (2008-11-18)
CHRAŠC - Ján Chrašč, Východná 12/48, 036 01 Martin
CHRENKO (Adamovské Kochanovce) - Zaujímajú ma rody Tinka (Bošáca), Steinecker (Častá/Hrádok), Blažek (Veselí), Šturdík (Trnava), Orgoník (Kunov), Chrenko (Adamovské Kochanovce). Igor Tinka, Prieseky 214, 913 08 Nová Bošáca, Tel.: 032-7712588, e-mail (2006-09-26)
CHRIAŠTEĽ - Zaujímajú ma rody Gešík, Chriašteľ, Janek, Karlovský (Turčianske Teplice), Reguli (Vyšný Kubín) a Šarudi. Ľubica Chriašteľová, Pri pálenici 2, 900 28 Ivanka pri Dunaji, Tel.: 0904 982 202, e-mail (2005-12-30)
CHRISTOPHORY (Štós) - My ancestors were German Lutherans living in Stos named Christophory. Johann and Johanna Christophory and their children Johanna and Mathias left for Pittsburgh around 1881. I have much information about the family because the LDS has microfilmed the records. Several other members of the Christophory family also left for the United States. The name was spelled in different ways, such as Cristofory. Dale Patrias, New York City, USA, e-mail (2010-05-03)
CHROBAK - I'm looking for my relatives in Slovakia. My grandfather Jozef Miko came to Argentina in the 1920s. His sister Ilona went to the USA also in the 20s. In Slovakia stayed his father Andrej Miko, his mother Elena/ Helena/ Ilona Sikorsky, his 3 brothers (Jan, Stefan and Andrej) and his 3 sisters (Maria, Lujza, and Margita). All I know is that they lived for some time in Kosice, and also lived in Lipany. Other names related to this family are Chrobak, Sedlak, and Lazorik. I've got pictures I can send to those who think might be related. e-mail (2003-11-03)
CHROBÁK (Nižná Rybnica, Sobrance) - I am looking for information concerning a family named Chrobak who lived either in Nizna Rybnica or Sobrance. My grandmother Maria Gliganic was born in Nizna Rybnica and married a gentleman named Chrobak some time in the late 1880's or early 1890's. They came to the United States and lived either in Pennsylvania or Michigan. They had one child, but it seems that Mr. Chrobak died soon after. Marie Power, e-mail (2001-02-26)
CHROMEK (Žilina, Skalité, Považská Bystrica) - Chcem vytvoriť rodokmeň. Pavel Chromek, L. Svobodu 2589/60, 058 01 Poprad, e-mail (2010-11-12)
CHROMOGA - I am tracing the Sirak and the Chromoga families. Linda Draper, e-mail (2002-05-13)
CHROMÝ - Miroslav Kazík, Vrchná 583, 922 21 Moravany nad Váhom
CHROPOVSKÝ - Zaujímam sa o rod Chropovský z lokalít BA, SE, TT. Pavel Chropovský, Karola Adlera 1, 841 02 Bratislava 42, SK, Tel.: 0905 130 502, e-mail (2007-05-21)
CHUBA (Michalovce) - My Grandfather's name was John Antonich he was from the town of Ubrez, Slovakia. His birth date was June 21, 1887. My grandmother's name was Anna Chuba she was from the town of Michalovce, Slovakia. Her date of birth was June 6, 1895. Maryanne Lee, e-mail (2003-01-31)
CHUDÍK - I am searching the following names: Hronsky - Adolf and Vojtech.  from Zavadka, Slovakia. Durindak - Julia. She was born in Pohorela in 1913. Chudik - Sabina. She was born in aprox 1865. I live in Australia. Sharon Hronsky, e-mail (2002-10-23)
CHUDO (Mojtín) - e-mail (1999-06-23)
CHUDÝ (Mojzesovo) - Ivan Chudý, Tulská 107, 974 05 Banská Bystrica (2002-05-28)
CHUDÝ - Stanislav Chudý, Jabloňová 17, 942 01 Šurany, Tel.: 0903 409 863, e-mail (2008-03-03)
CHUNDAK - Joseph Chundak, e-mail (2004-08-17)
CHUPKA (Šumiac) - My name is Barbara Fraga, daughter of Elizabeth Chupka. She was born in Sumiac, daughter of Barbara Kubic (or Kubik?) and Andrew Chupka (Cupka). My mother is going to be 87 in June, and has never been back to Slovakia since she left in 1938. She was born in 1919. Barbara Fraga, e-mail (2006-05-16)
CHUSKA - www, e-mail (2002-01-14)
CHVALNÝ - Eva Chvalná, Hviezdoslavova 4, 911 01 Trenčín
CHYTHE - As I was googling around as part of researching my family tree I stumbled upon your site. The latin way of writing my family name (Chythe). Laszlo Csite, e-mail (2009-11-11)