I am researching my Zopf ancestry, who were Austrianemigrants to Hungary. Earliest Zopf found in Hungary was Franz Zopf, who was born in 1755, possibly in Ischl Au. In four generations of living in Hungary, the name was "Hungarianized" or twisted into Czipf. Our G-grandfather Gyula Czipf arrived in NY City in 1900. He may have used the original German spelling of his name, which would be Julius Zipf or Zopf. Gyula lived at 68 Brenner St. Newark NJ. and later in Bethlehem PA. He fathered some children before returning to Hungary in 1913. Any connections or clues are welcome, will share all research material with interested parties. Tibor.