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|Lizabeth C.S.B. (#46777777)|
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|Jaroslava Lorincikova||John Sebes|
My name is Jaroslava Lorincikova, I live in Slovakia, Central Europe.
I am writing you because to ask for information about John Sebes. On this portal I have found John Sebes' memorial and photo of his headstone. I have noticed you adresses him as your Great-Grandfather.
A lot of my family ancestors left Slovakia and went to Amerika in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. My Great-Grandfather Andrej Sebes had a brother, his name was Joannes (John) Sebes. He was born March 7, 1878, was baptized March 10, 1878 and died in USA. John was born in Sucha Dolina (Dry Valley), Hungary, at this time Slovakia. His parents was Joannes (John) Sebes and Anna Vasko. I look for relatives of my Great-Grandfather. Do you know where your Great-Grandfather came from and who were his parents?
Thank you for your response.
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|Robert David Miller||RE: Child Sebes transfer.|
The strange thing about the way I had it recorded in my research book, which was taken directly from an obituary or death certificate, was the spelling. It was spelled "Siebies". So when you remove both "I's", you get "Sebes". And people wonder why they can't find an ancestor. They had a bad habit of spelling names phonetically which screwed up names royally, just look at the above example. After working on my project for 15 years, I've sort of learned how to read and then correct the mistakes they made. Merry Christmas to you too. Bob
|Robert David Miller||Child Sebes transfer.|
Lizabeth, I'm fairly certain that this is the child of John & Barbara Sebes. If You know this to be incorrect, you may transfer the child back to me. Bob
|Robert David Miller||Sebes Transfers|
Please accept your great grandparent's memorials because I like to keep family's together. Treat them well for they are a part of your family's history. Sincerely, Robert Miller