Re: Contextual understanding of ozvegy and elvalt #hungary

Ilan Kozma <kozmai@...>

I have been doing transcription of Marriage records of 1881. The records
which I transcribed were clearer:
One record for example is: Ozv Gansl szul Grunwald Katalin.
In here it is clear that the word Ozv accompanies the married name, and
Grunwald is the maiden name.
Ilan Kozma
Tel Aviv
Larry Kohn wrote:

I am transcribing Budapest marriage records for the All Hungarian
Database. The records are for the year 1879 and in some cases I am
uncertain about how to interpret the meaning of what is written for a
bride who, prior to this marriage, had either been widowed or
divorced. Specifically, is her maiden name given first, followed by
ozvegy/elvalt and then followed by her previous husband's surname, or
is the meaning just the reverse?
Here are some examples:
(For size considerations I only included the register headings in the
first image)

POLLAK Johanna elv EICHENBAUM (viewmate image VM11834, entry number 5)

MAHLER ozvegy WERTHEIMER Roza (viewmate image VM11835, entry number 10 )

RAUCH elv SEILER Netti (viewmate image VM11836, entry number 40)

WEISZ ozv LIPPE Terez (viewmate image VM11837, entry number 65)

Thanks in advance,
Larry Kohn
Reston, Virginia
KOHN in Tolcsva and New York/Bronx
GRUN in Tolcsva, Presov and Dukla
WEISZ in Tolcsva and Miskolc
KLEIN in Tolcsva and Sarospatak
BERGER and SCHWARTZ in Satoraljaujhely
CHIZICK in Kovel
ZUKER in Ustilug

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