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JAKUBANY Gravestone Information beginning at August 27, 2003Version 10/31/2010
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supplemented on July 22, 2004, Aug 2005, June 2007, July 2008 & July-Aug 2010
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New Entries, additions and/or changes in bold These records are best viewed in Excel.
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(Top section by row & plot # from the center path; bottom section by surname beginning in row 995)
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Notes -1) During my trip to Jakubany in Aug. 2003, I was told that there were 4 cemeteries that were used at one time.
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a) A cemetery in the woods, south of Jakubany that was within a couple blocks of the old iron ore furnace
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on the east of the road, just west of the main center road and had no markers.
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b) An old Jewish cemetery located in the central east foothills of Jakubany. I found about 11 stones
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some of which were worn smooth and some had what looked like hebrew writings on them.
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c) An older cemetery on the grounds of where the school is now, people were buried on top of each other
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and there are no markers because they were removed by the German occupation in WW2.
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d) The main cemetery in use is northeast of the church off the main road. It has a center path
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and there are now 31 rows to the left of the center path and 32 rows on the right - this info is below.
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2) In an effort to help you find the grave of a deceased relation, I will provide a reference number for each
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grave. L or R will stand for Left or Right of the center path; the next 2 digits will be the row number from
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the front, and the next 2 digits will be the # grave from the center path in that row. Hence L0402 is the 2nd
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grave in the 4th row in the Left section of/from the center path. A 'B' or 'F' notation next to the plot number
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indicates Back or Front grave on the same row as these were usually grave sites of small children or babies.
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3) Many gravestones have husband and wife on them and others are a double plot with 2 stones, one for each
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spouse. Some couple plots show birth info but no death info (designated by a line _____ below). This
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could mean the person is still living or it wasn't added when they died - consult the Death Records file.
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4) The first name given below will be the husband's surname if a family plot, or the woman's surname
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if a single plot. The wife's maiden/rodina (family) name will be given if shown on the gravestone.
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5) For the sake of space and name familiarity, the -ova suffix on female surnames will be dropped. Otherwise,
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the name will be shown unchanged from the marker. The spelling of some surnames will be different than
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those found in the church records. Diacritical marks on the letters will be left off. For example, in Macuga
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& Bucko, the 'short vowel marking' is over the "c" which, written in pre-1969 church records, was Macsuga.
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6) In a husband/wife plot, there is no need to show the married name of the wife if her maiden name is given. If
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not given, I will just show a line "____" to indicate her married name. The husband's name will be shown first.
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7) Rows in the left (of center) section after the center mark are not clearly aligned, but I have
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attempted to put the gravestones out there in some kind of row order. Some rows do not
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have gravestones next to the center path so the first gravestone may be indented in quite a bit.
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8) The cemetery was transcribed for the most part on August 27, 2003 by me and rows 5-10 in the right section
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were completed July 22, 2004.
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9) Occasionally, there will be a question mark next to a date and this will usually be because either:
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a) The number was not clear on the marker as part of it may have withered away, or
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b) The mo of birth/death in the date is sometimes written using roman numerals (RN) or real numbers
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and as such it is not always easy to recognize whether the mo. II is 11 for November or RN 2 for Feb.
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10) I have noticed that the birth date is not always correct when compared to the church birth dates on
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the baptism records. Sometimes it seems that the baptism date is used as the birth date.
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11) The various markers were wooden or metal crosses and gravestones. The markings were engravings
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in stone, on small metal plates, and 1 1/2 inch plastic letters that usually withered away after awhile.
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12) Reference numbers that have "in" after them indicate that the first gravestone on that row is indented, that is,
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not located immediately next to (left of) the center path.
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13) The open space in the cemetery tends to be in the left section from row 13 to 29 and many stones are
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'indented.' Many of these stones are not located next to each other as there is just land between them
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and few defined plots. Hence the reference numbers of the gravestones in rows 14-29 below are subject
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to change as time goes on and more people are buried in these rows between the stones marked below.
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14) In August 2005, I walked thru the entire cemetery and wrote down about 200 changes to the previous file.
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In July 2008, I walked through the cemetery mainly looking for new arrivals who had died in the last few years.
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15) The table below is sorted by Ref # (row and plot). The table that follows (line 995) is sorted by family name.
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16) During my 2010 visit to the cemetery, the church has used my Ref # system below and have created 2 large
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posters in glass cases near the cemetery front gate displaying a name index by surname referencing where
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the gravestone is located and a poster showing all the plots in the cemetery.
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(see Note #2)mm-dd-yyyymm-dd-yyyy
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REF #Family nameFirst nameBirth/death datesMaiden name if applicableBirth/death dates
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LEFT Section (left of Center Path)
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L0101POLANSKYJozef12-10-1940 to 10-29-2004HREBIK, Eva7-25-1945 to ________
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L0102BONDRAStefan7-6-1939 to ________KRIVONAK, Zuzana10-31-1942 to ________
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L0103DUFALAMichal7-21-1927 to 11-18-2004_______, Anna6-1-1932 to 4-26-2005
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L0104 Raised concrete - empty
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L0105RYBOVICStefan1-5-1938 to _______HREBIK, Helena9-17-1941 to 11-7-2004
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L0106COMPELJozef5-14-1925 to 12-29-2004GABSTUR, Anna1-25-1932 to ________
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L0107 Raised concrete - empty
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L0108MACUGAMichal10-19-1933 to 12-10-2008GABSTUR, Katarina10-3-1935 to ________
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L0109RYBOVICJan5-11-1935 to 4-20-2005STUCKA, Eva12-9-1934 to ________
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L0110RYBOVICStefan7-6-1947 to 5-7-2005SPES, Katarina7-1-1950 to ________
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L0111DUDAStefan1-10-1941 to 8-29-2005JAKUBIANSKA, Anna4-11-1946 to ________
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L0112 Raised concrete - empty
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L0113 Raised concrete - empty
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L0114BUCKOJozef11-18-1939 to 12-4-2006RIBOVIC, Anna9-1-1945 to ________
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L0115DUFALAEmil5-11-1946 to 9-7-2005KORMANIK, Maria10-13-1947 to _______
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L0201MACUGAProkop12-10-1919 to 3-25-2001MACUGA, Katarina10-18-1923 to _______
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L0202KRIVONAKJozef5-19-1929 to 12-13-2000RYBOVICS, Katarina9-24-1932 to _______
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L0203RYBOVICJan1-3-1946 to ____________, Katarina5-1-1950 to 12-6-2000
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L0204RYBOVICStefan8-8-1930 to _____Vasil, Helena4-19-1938 to 4-3-2002
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L0205PRIBISJozef1-2-1930 to 5-2-2000REGRUT, Anna10-13-1936 to ____
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L0206COMPELMikulas5-10-1931 to 12-14-2002KUNDLA, Katarina10-24-1929 to ____
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L0207BESKIDJan2-14-1934 to 12-16-1999COMPEL, Katarina10-10-1938 to ____
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L0208VASILStefan2-12-1953 to 11-25-1999
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L0209VASILJan5-28-1959 to 8-20-1994
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L0210BUCKOJan9-13-1967 to 4-18-1996
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L0211COMPELStefan8-14-1930 to _______________, Anna6-14-1931 to 10-11-2004
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L0212 A wood cross with no markings
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L0213RYBOVICJozef10-14-1911 to 2-10-1989
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L0214MALINAMichal6-29-1884 to ____________, Katarina6-27-1886 to 6-15-1969
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L0215RYBOVICJozef10-14-1906 to 5-16-1981_______, Katarina10-10-1909 to 12-14-1966
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L0216BONDRAEva9-22-1884 to 11-19-1967
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L0217VASILJozef12-28-1897 to 10-19-1967_______, Maria1-10-1902 to 2-26-1980
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L0218-1HREBIKAnna no datesDUFALA
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L0218-2FABERMichal11-11-1910 to 6-29-1967
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L0218-3 family plot has 3 markers and this one has no name/dates
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L0219BONDRAJan10-12-1927 to 1-2-2001_______, Katarina4-11-1935 to 12-24-1991
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L0220PETRUSZuzana12-4-1908 to 12-10-1991MARCHEVKA
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L0221COMPELKatarina5-10-1902 to 5-25-1985
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L0301COMPELStefan4-26-1953 to _____PETRUS, Katarina5-5-1958 to 10-17-1999
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L0302ZILKAMikulas6-12-1923 to 8-7-1999VARGA, Anna8-13-1926 to _____
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L0303GUZLEJMikulas12-19-1929 to 3-28-1998REGRUT, Katarina1-17-1932 to _____
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