1. Check cemetery records. 2. Look over funeral home records. 3. Obtain copies of death certificates. 4. Locate hospital records (if possible). 5. Examine church records (if possible).
The U. S. Social Security System was established in 1935. If either of the deceased was employed in a job covered by SS, there would have been a number assigned.
Many ethnic Magyar church congregations no longer exist; however, it is possible that the registries were transferred for safekeeping to higher authorities or another church. This is may be worth pursuing because some clergymen were very thorough in collecting a range of information concerning congregation members.