Location of vital records for Ulics #hungary

Peter Absolon

Ulics records were kept in Szinna (Snina) books, but these have been lost/destroyed during ww2.
Only civil records starting October 1895 exist for the town.

Peter Absolon

Moishe Miller

You do not offer more detail about what towns your "Ulics" may be near. It sounds like you know where it is.
Perhaps this is the location and some detail:
If so, records may be in Presov.

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
JGFF #3391


According to Hungary's 1848 census) my third great-grandfather, Jozsef Gottfried, was born about 1799 in Ulics, which was then part of Hungary (it later became part of Czechoslovakia, then Slovakia).

Ulics' Jewish population seems to have been too small to have a synagogue that held vital records (or perhaps too small even to have a shul at all -- I don't know).  What I'd like to know is which town (or different towns) in the area was the place where these birth, marriage and death records would have been recorded for Ulics. Can anyone on the list answer this question or perhaps suggest some clues?  


Erika Gottfried
Teaneck, New Jersey