Re: Finding the missing link - from 1848 census records to 1885 birth records #hungary


Beth Long
 

Arik,

I have the civil records of Turcz, where Marton died in 1899. According to =
his death record, he was born about 1838 in Turcz, and his parents were Mar=
ton Salamon ands Rakhel Lebi.

Beth Long
Reno, Nevada





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From: "Arik Solomon arik.solomon@..." <h-sig@...>
To: H-SIG <h-sig@...>=20
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 9:50 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Finding the missing link - >from 1848 census records to 188=
5 birth records



Fellow SIGers,


For sometime now I'm trying to trace another generation back >from my

g-grandfather to no avail.

Recently H-SIG transcribers (thanks a lot!!!) have uploaded a new

batch of the 1848 census records and for a moment I though I had a

breakthrough. However, it looks like I still have a gap I can't find

the way to bridge over - and this is where I call for your help.


My g-grandfather Marton SALAMON was born in Bikszad, Satmar megye in

1885 to Levi SALAMON (probably a misspell for Leib/Laibu) and Pepi nee

KLEIN.

Searching the 1848 census, I've found a possible match for Marton's

grandfather - Marton SALAMON, born in Liszka, Galicia in 1796 married

circa 1840 to Borcza JAKOB, born in Krass=C3=B3 (Szamoskrass=C3=B3) in 1816=
.


Now in order to find Marton Jr.'s father I tried searching all

available databases for Levi/Leib SALAMON birth, marriage or death

records to find a clue regarding his kids or parents but found nothing

relevant.


Question is where and how can I find the missing link between Marton

SALAMON (Bikszad, 1885) and Marton SALAMON (Liszka, 1796).


Any clue, tip or advice will be much appreciated.


Thanks,

Arik Solomon

ISRAEL

Fellow SIGers,


For sometime now I'm trying to trace another generation back >from my

g-grandfather to no avail.

Recently H-SIG transcribers (thanks a lot!!!) have uploaded a new

batch of the 1848 census records and for a moment I though I had a

breakthrough. However, it looks like I still have a gap I can't find

the way to bridge over - and this is where I call for your help.


My g-grandfather Marton SALAMON was born in Bikszad, Satmar megye in

1885 to Levi SALAMON (probably a misspell for Leib/Laibu) and Pepi nee

KLEIN.

Searching the 1848 census, I've found a possible match for Marton's

grandfather - Marton SALAMON, born in Liszka, Galicia in 1796 married

circa 1840 to Borcza JAKOB, born in Krass=C3=B3 (Szamoskrass=C3=B3) in 1816=
.


Now in order to find Marton Jr.'s father I tried searching all

available databases for Levi/Leib SALAMON birth, marriage or death

records to find a clue regarding his kids or parents but found nothing

relevant.


Question is where and how can I find the missing link between Marton

SALAMON (Bikszad, 1885) and Marton SALAMON (Liszka, 1796).


Any clue, tip or advice will be much appreciated.


Thanks,

Arik Solomon

ISRAEL


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