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Nova Lubovna Roman Catholic Church Records partial listing (poss 75% of records)Version 5/18/03
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BAPTISMS 1635-1920 in Nova Lubovna for Surnames found in Jakubany sorted by Father & Mother's Surname
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Notes: The purpose of this listing is to capture genealogical information of surnames found originally in Jakubany records
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1772-1895. In my research of connecting families together, some records seemed nonexistent or missing from
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the Jak. Church records such as some baptism or marriage dates. It is thought that if the spouse was catholic,
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usually the wife, then more than likely the marriage took place in Nova Lubovna, a couple kilometers north of
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Jakubany and the closest village which had a roman catholic church. It is thought that the missing records not
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found in the Jakubany church records will be found in the Nova Lubovna or Neo Lublo Roman Cath. church records.
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In addition to the above, a review is also being made of all N.L. baptism records to record any baptisms of surnames
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originally found in Jakubany church records 1772-1895 in hopes of taking these surnames back even further, if they
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or members of their family did move to Jakubany from N. Lubovna at some point and are related to the Jakubany
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family names.
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Records are in latin and some of the earlier writings are hard to decipher, so some letters are guesses. Many 1st
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names are written ending with an 'm' like Paulum, Catharinam, Andream or with an 's' like Michaelis, Hedwigis.
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These letters will be left off if I recognize the name, otherwise, I will leave it be. There are also some first names
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spelled with the latin 'ae' combined such that the name Mathaei might be written as Mathei or Mathai below.
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Many of the Jakubany surnames seem to take on a different spelling 100 years earlier in a different city so closely
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spelled surnames are also being recorded with the thought that they "evolved" into the spelling we find in the Jak.
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records. A column is made to give the Jakubany surname that the N.L. surname is thought to be, if it is different.
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Where persons are recorded as from Jakubany, but that surname is not found in the Jak. 1772-1895 baptism records,
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(either the father's or mother's surname), like Polak, it will not be recorded.
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There were a few surnames that I couldn't remember if they were in the Jak records so I didn't write them down until I
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came to that knowledge while I was in 1734 when I made a surname listing based on the 1772-1895 bapt records.
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Since I had come so far in the records since 1635, I did not want to re-review again the N.Lubovna 1635-1733 bapts
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for the surnames: Kaleta, Liszka, and Rura. Also, other surnames might also have been overlooked in error.
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The tens digit (of the date) or the one in numbers 10-19 often looks like a quickly written '2' before 1781 so it is possi-
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ble I may have mistaken one for the other, that is, I could have mistaken 14 for 24 or written 24 when the day = 14.
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The FHC film numbers for Nova Lubovna are #'s 1739659, 1739660, and 1739661.
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House numbers are provided in NL for a short time in 1785-1790 but are often in the binding or not completely visible.
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Beginning in 1786, names normally ending in 'k' such as Barlik, Rusiniak, etc, began ending in 'g' or 'y' instead.
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The first name Franciscam and Franciscum denotes female and male and converts to Francisca and Francisci.
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Depending on the slantiness/sloppiness of the writing, the name ending -am could be mistaken for -um.
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Beginning in 1805-1851: 1) the mother's surname was added to the records; 2)the bapt. date was moved from the far left
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column to the center alleviating the 'dates in binding' problem designated by underlines where the date should be.
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Unfortunately, 3) the name of the child was moved to the far left column and as a result, the baptism entries on the
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right page often have the first 2-3 letters of the child's name in the binding and I have to guess the name. If I can't
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figure it out, I will put underlines at the beginning of the name, but the number of spaces before the known letters do
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not represent the number of letters that are missing, since that is unknown. Later, the whole name is in the binding.
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Since the mother's surname was added to the baptism records in 1805, I was now looking at both surnames to see if
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they were found in Jakubany. By 1808, I was transcribing 4 out of 5 entries which was much more record inclu-
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sion than I wanted or have time for. Therefore beginning with 1809, I am basing my Jakubany surname test only
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on the father's surname unless it is unknown and only the mother's surname is given.
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There are several female surnames that say ie. REPKA born FOLVARTSIK-I will rewrite this as Folvartsik-Repka.
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Between 1805 and 1850 there were so many child first names in the binding, you might ask why I recorded them?
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It is because if you find that your child was married, you might be able to trace back to the baptism date thru the
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the parents names. You might also notice that so many children died very young and ask why I bothered to
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record them? I wanted to show they were trying to have families and so you'd know who else may have been born.
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Families can be eternal and even the young who die and the stillborn are reunited with their families later.
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The first names Caspar with Gaspar, Simon with Simeon, Susanna w/ Zuzanna seem to be synonymous with each other.
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The first name Marianna is often shortened by the recordkeeper to Maria.
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In the 2nd column below, B = Birth date, C = Christening/Baptism date.
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BHouse # in NL,
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Event Dateor Child's NameFATHERMOTHERwhere from ifJak Surname?
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yyyyMMDDCother than N.L.(if different)/other
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18250525C____us -----ALEXOVICS, AnnaJakubany
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18290330CMaria -----ALEXOVICS, Anna
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18001118CElisabetha -----ALEXOVICS, Maria
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18371116C_____a -----ALEXOVICS, Theresia
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17730902CMatheus illeg -----ALEXOVICZ, Susanna
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18820116BAntonia ---- (Kravcsik, Franc.) PSMLBARLIK, Barbara (Joseph)18
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19160211BDorothea -----BARLIK, Ludmilla (Ambrosius&EvaSkapura) 22
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18270130CVeronica -----BARLIK, Magdalena
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18350216CMichael -----BARLIK, Rosalia
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18831227BEva illegit. ---- *Joann StellmachBARLIK, Theresia wid of*79d. 2-20-1891
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18770325BGabriel illeg. ----- *Andreas Zsoldak)BONDRA, Maria (to marry*59d. 5-4-1877
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18330418C__izoria -----BRESNYAK, TheclaAcidula
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18970305BJoannes -----BREZNYAK, Anna(Joann)Jak 169
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18160713C____nga (sp) -----BURLIK, SusannaBarlik?
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19010205BCatharina -----CSONGVA, Anna (Jacob & Anna Kolcsak) Jak 396
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18870723BMaria -----CSUREJA, SusannaSzadik
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18860102BAnna -----DUNKA, Maria (Andreas)Jak -
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18041011CUrsala -----FEDOR, Maria
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18241114CMaria -----FEDORCSAK, Anna
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19170613BAnna -----GIRGA, Haugur (Maria)Jakd. 8-1-1917
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18580311BJoannes -----GOGA, LuciaJak 0
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19090427BMaria -----GOGA, Susanna (Maria)Jak
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18980410BJoannes -----GREISINGER, Cath.(Carol)Jak -
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18871222BAnna -----GREISINGER, Susanna*Jak 130 *(Caroli)
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18921125BCatharina -----GREIZINGER, Cath.(Carol)Jak -
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18841028BMaria -----GREIZINGER, Susan(Carol)Jak 276
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18310329CFranciscus Savenius -----HREBIK, Maria
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18370303CAdam -----JANCSI, Victoria
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18960122BVincent -----JANCSY, Julianna(Stephan)91
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18981020BLazarus -----JANCSY, Julianna(Stephan)96d. 4-24-1899
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18950508BAntonius -----JANCSY, Maria (Benedict)29d. 2-13-1896
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18970426BFelix -----JANCSY, Maria (Benedict)29d. 3-1-1898
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18950210BVictoria ----(Smrek, Stanislaus)PSMLJANCSY, Marianna182marr 11-8-1897
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18990214BVictor -----JANCSY, Verona (Adam)75
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17781101CMartin -----JANCY, Francisca
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17871231CCaspar -----JANCY, Rosalia13
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17830902CUrsula illeg -----Janczi, Rosalia
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18620602BSusanna -----JANTSY, Catharina31
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18410724C_____a -----JANTSY, Petronella
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18380624CAntonia -----JANTSY, Victoriad. 10-24-1982
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18411205C_____ -----JANTSY, Victoria
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18461008CAnna -----JANTSY, Victoria
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18880131BDorothea illeg -----JENDRIHOVSZKY, Sidonia 127 widow
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