Your ancestral village was a settlement on the Borzhany River in the late 13th century and fully established in 1383. Village had both a church and castle.At the turn of the last century Dovha > Huzst jaras/district> Maramaros megye > Kingdom of Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire, consisted of 2,080 residents, a mix of Germans, Hungarians, Slovak and Rusyn.The village had its own GreekCatholic Church.The filial RC Parish and the Reformed Church were both in Huszt.
TODAY the selo/village Dovhe > Irshavskij (Irshava) raion/county > Zakarpatska oblast/region > Ukraine, latest zip code 90154.
LDS has filmed the GC Church Registers, but they are not indexed as of yet, making it impossible research.
Your options are limited.
You can make an inquiry at the Zakarpatska Archives in Uzhorod. There is a new director there and making an inquiry as not as difficult as it was in the past.
Derzhavnyi arkhiv Zakarpats'koi oblasti State Archive of Transcarpathian Region Address: 88005, Uzhhorod, vul. Mynais'ka, 14a (korp. 1); Fax: 2-35-49 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Zakarchive@ukr.net
Director: M. Misiuk Deputy Director: O. Kutashi _____________________________
Another option is to hire a local to do the research for you. I can recommend someone who comes w/exc references and whose rates are very fair.If you are interested contact me after the summer and I can provide you his e-mail address.