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Subject: Olka, Slovakia
From: melody gross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 04 Aug 1998 06:35:01 +0200
I have determined >from LDS records that indeed members of my family are
buried at the cemetery in Kriva Olka, almost 100 years ago. (Olka, to
uninformed, is triway between Medzilaborce, Stropkov, and Humenne)
However, I just received a note >from the secretary of Olka that there is
Jewish cemetery, nor has there ever been one.
I will be in Olka shortly (!). How do I proceed in locating where the
cemetery was? Does anyone have this kind of experience? Hmmm...Kriva
is a suburb of Olka, and perhaps the secretery just doesn't know, or is
familiar, or -
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