Looking in the Gyongyos (Gyöngyös) microfilms, I also found these numbers.
In the death records, sometimes they are followed by the abbreviation:
They are house numbers (házszám).
from "the island" in Miami
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From: d pfalzer [mailto:d_pfalzer@...]
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 22:42
To: Hungarian SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Kormend 203
I have found the address Kormend 203 in the microfilm
I have been looking at recently. I was hoping some
erudite person would help me understand what it is
refering to. It is a house address? a section of
There are various other numbers found in the films.
Generally they seem to have three digits. Sometimes
the locations are given just as Kormend without any
Many thanks for your help with this!
Moderator: If you are unable to scan the record in which you
found this reference you will probably need to provide more info
if you'd like any assistance in deciphering this entry. What
was the heading on the column in which you found this entry?
What other information is provided in the same entry? What
language is the record? What year? What is the location
(county and town)? What country (pre-Trianon Hungary,
post-Trianon Czechoslovakia, etc. etc.)?