I've found several entries in Slovakian 19th century vital records of
people whose names include the word Lipoldone.
Fani Feige Amsel Lipoldone (Zeigler)
Josef Amsel Lipoldone
Pepi Horowitz Amsel Lipoldone (Hartman)
Is Lipoldone a surname-- or have I misread the word for "widowed" --
or something else--in Hungarian?
Between Galicia and Hungary: The Jews of Stropkov
AMSEL, RITTER, SCHONFELD, LANDAU, FRIEDMAN: Zemplin (Slovakia)
EINSTEIN, ELFENBEIN, FALK: Mielec/Zossow (Galicia)
ZAZULIA, MORGENSTERN, POLAK, Chotin/Navastelitsa/Klishkivitz (Bessarabia)
Moderator: The suffix "ne" means that the individual was/is the wife e.g. Mrs.