Koromlya (Koromlak) - filial Jewish kahal was in Bezo (Bezovce > Slovakia)???
Szobrancz (Sobrance) had its own Jewish kahal.RECORDS IN UZHOROD ARCHIVES !
All parish records prior to civil registration (1895) were supposed to be transferred to thenational archives, now the Slovak Republic State Archives, after World War II. Civil registrationn records less than 100 years old are maintained locally, usually in the village registrar office, which in some areas may serve several small villages. The pre?1895 records should have included all documents related to formerly?Hungarian lands now in Slovakia that became part of the new nation of Czechoslovakia after World War I. Some of these records found their way to the Slovak Archives but pre?1895 Jewish birth, marriage, and death records for several towns in former Zemplen county have been found in National Archives of Hungary in Satoraljaujhely, Hungary and records from the western part of Ung, including the Szobranci and Kaposi districts, are held in the Transcarpathia Regional Archives (Zakarpatskiy Oblast) in Uzhorod, Ukraine, formerly Ungvar, the county seat of Ung megye. (Zemplin, Ung, and Maramaros, which was split between Czechoslovakia and Romania, were among the only counties that were divided as part of the 1918 Paris Peace Treaty.) ==================================== http://www.cjh.org/pdfs/Czech-Slovak.pdfhttp://www.cjh.org/pdfs/Czech-Slovak.pdf