FRIEDMAN fm Szalo Szend #general


Vivian Kahn
 

You are probably looking for Szalonna, which is in northeastern
Hungary in Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen county. In 1877 it was in the
Szendro district of Borsod county. This was, and still is, part of
Hungary. According to info I found on the internet, Szalonna is a
small place with about 1,066 inhabitants iat the southern edge of the

Szalonna hills between the Rudabanya and Szalonna hills. It is
situated along main road No. 27, 18 km north of Edeleny.

Check the All Hungary Database and the FHL website to see which
records are available. Even if records have not been filmed, it may
be possible to obtain information by writing to the Borsod county
archives. As of 1877, Jews >from Szalonna worshipped in Szendro so
that's likely where to look for records.

Vivian Kahn, Hungarian SIG Coordinator


Subject: Great-Grandfather FRIEDMAN
From: Pat Shaw <pat@vsisp.net>
Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 07:41:28 -0700
X-Message-Number: 11

Hello,
My great-grandfather William FRIEDMAN was born in Szalo Szend,
Hungary, in 1858. Was this part of Hungary in 1858? Also, are there
any census records available yet for this area? I have the names of
his mother and father, He came to USA in 1902 >from Miskolc - does
anyone know of a particular incident at that time that would have
driven him out?
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