Valkovce MAIN TOWN WHERE RECORDS ARE KEPT FOR CRASTNE, EXCTEPT IF YOU GO TO THE PASTER HOUSE IN CRASTNE. THERE YOU WILL FIND MORE RECORDS.
Questions to Andrew rabatin at firstname.lastname@example.org My Grandfather George Rabatin, had a brother John Rabatin, they came from Vajkovce, Slovakia in the late 1800's. My grandfather, George Rabatin married Anna Roskos this was her second marriage as her first husband died (George Roskos). Her maiden name was Anna Marenchian also from Slovakia. George's first wife died(Anna Sabol Erickson)(Erickson was Anna's First husband.) This was also George's second marriage. George was a coal miner in the early 1900 in eastern Pa. His first wife was Anna Sabol(maiden name) (Erickson)- Anna's fist husband.)) Sometime in the between 1900 and 1910 their first spouses died and they were married, and settled in Farrell, Pa. So there were children from the first marriage for both and children together. Now we have information that Rabatins also went out to the western United States, and other parts of Ohio. May be relatives in Fayette county Pa. as well. We have returned from Slovakia, Apr. 2006 with updated information.
Pictures of our 2006 Slovakia trip are at the link below look under TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL and you will see Slovakia and Grave site pictures.
andrew rabatin (grandson) email@example.com we found another series of Rabatin's from George Rabatin's son John Rabatin.
go to www.andrew-rabatin.org for genealogy pictures.
Other older names for Kalava and the dates:
915 Kaľava SN/KI spiš.
1773 Kalyava, Kolyawa, 1786 Kalyawa, 1808 Kalyava, Kalawa, 1863 Kallyava, 1873–1902 Kalyava, 1907–1913 Szepeskárolyfalva, 1920– Kaľava
Other info that may link Crastne with Kalava:
At one time KALAVA WAS EVANGELICAL, OR LUTHERN
Manuscript (On Film)
Cirkevn matrika, 1642-1938
Cirkev rmsko-katolcka. Farsk rad Krompachy (Gelnica) (Main Author)
Pvodn dokumenty boli mikrofilmovan v Sttnom oblastnom archive v Levoci.
Roman Catholic parish registers of baptisms, marriages and deaths for
Krompachy, Slovensko, Czechoslovakia, formerly known as Krompach (or
Korompa), Szepes, Hungary. Until 1672 the parish was Evangelical. Text in
German and Latin.
Hungary, Szepes, Krompach - Church records
Slovakia, Krompachy - Church records
Manuscript (On Film)
Salt Lake City : Mikrofilmovan The Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
na 3 mikrofilmovanch kotucoch ; 35 mm.
Note - Location [Film]
Krsten 1683-1692, 1729-1871 Sobsen 1663-1696, 1724-1854 Zomrel
1663-1693, 1724-1852 - FHL INTL Film [ 1739457 ]
Sobsen 1854-1896 Zomrel 1852-1895 Krsten 1871-1896 Index k matrike
pokrstench 1841-1938 Index k matrike zomrelch 1850-1888 - FHL INTL Film
[ 1739438 Items 1-6 ]
Krsten 1642-1682 - FHL INTL Film [ 1739456 Item 8 ]
Valkovce --THESE ARE THE TOWN RECORDS FROM CRASTNE
| map of the village | index of 1070 villages in Eastern Slovakia |
OLD NAMES of the village(town): 1773 Valykócz, Valkocz, Walkowcze, 1786 Walkócz, Walkowce, 1808 Válkócz, Walkowce, 1863–1902 Valykóc, 1907–1913 Vajkvágása, 1920 Vaľkovce, 1927– Valkovce
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