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Old 19th April 2011, 22:31
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Dobry den, jmenuji se Michal moji předci pochazí z okolí podkarpatské rusi okresu Velky Berezny město Lyuta, v Uzhorodě máme i příbuzný z name is Hotra Magdalena Ivanovna jeji děti byl Mitja z manželkou a Volodia viz foto:

Town is Uzhgorod
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předem děkuji za jakou koliv odpověd
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Old 20th April 2011, 01:28
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noshar,

I took the liberty to translate following for you from Czech:


Hello, my name is Michael my ancestors came from around the district Ruthenia Big City Berezny Lyuta in Uzhhorod have relatives from the Magdalena name is Hotra Ivanovna, her children were the wife and Mitja Volodia see photo:

Town with Uzhgorod
http://www.ukraine.com/forums/attach...1&d=1303248200
http://www.ukraine.com/forums/attach...1&d=1303248508

Thank you in advance for such responsibility herein
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Old 9th May 2014, 02:28
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Question Lyuta Residents

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Lyuita was founded in 1599 on the banks of the Lyutyanka River. Today it still exists w/a population of 2,412 people, 65+ of whom carry the surname HOTRA:

Hi Hannia,

Is this information available online? I'd like to look up people with surnames I'm researching to see if they still live in Lyuta or surrounding villages.

Thanks!

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Old 24th February 2018, 03:28
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What about Vargulics?
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Old 24th February 2018, 03:34
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Have found this info.....
Looking to find information on JEWKA Hotra. Father’s name may have been Andrew HOTRA. JEWKA married IWAN VARGULICS. THEY had a daughter Marya. Immigrated to USA. Through Baltimore port in 1909. Please see information below taken from ship manifest. Iwan’s Father may have been JURKO VARGULICS. Iwan had a brother MIKALY VARGULICS whom came to the USA and lived with Iwan (John) for a bit.
Vargulics Iwan; Jewka, Marya;
Iwan has a set of numbers and a date to mean that he was naturalized US citizen;
last residence Haitaszog [sp?] left father & mother Vargulics in Hartaszog, Ung; going to Pa Smithfield

Any help you can give me is appreciated.

Pictures of my grandparents.
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Old 24th February 2018, 17:19
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Jewka/Yewka - Evdokhia/Eva are all the same female given name.
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Boykos (Ukrainian: , Polish: Bojkowie, Slovak: Pujďáci), or simply Highlanders (verkhovyntsi) are a Ukrainian ethnographic group located in the Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine, Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland. Along with the neighboring Lemkos and Hutsuls, the Boykos are a sub-group of the Ukrainian people and speak a dialect of the Ukrainian language. Boykos differ from their neighbors in dialect, dress, folk architecture, and customs.

In Ukraine, the classification of Boykos and other Rusyns as an East Slavic ethnicity, distinct from Ukrainians is controversial. (The deprecated and archaic term Ruthenian, while it is also derived from Rus', is ambiguous, as it technically may refer to Rusyns and Ukrainians, as well as Belarusians and even Russians, depending on the historical period.) According to the 2011 Ukraine census only 131 people identified themselves as Boykos, separate from Ukrainians.[8] However, this figure is distorted for two reasons: some people otherwise identifiable as Boykos regard that name as derogatory,[9] In the Polish census of 2011, 258 people identified their nationality as Boyko, with 14 people listing it as their only national identification.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...-Bojki1837.jpg

Locations:

--Poland: southeasternmost part of Poland (Podkarpackie Voivodeship).
--Ukraine: central and western half of the Carpathians in Ukraine across such regions as the southern Lviv Oblast (Skole, Turka, Drohobych, Sambir and Stary Sambir Raions), western Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (Dolyna and Rozhniativ Raions) and parts of the northeastern Zakarpattia Oblast (Mizhhiria Raion) northeast Slovakia

To the west of Boykos live Lemkos, east or southeast - Hutsuls, to the south or southwest - Carpathian Rusyns.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boykos
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The villagers from your ancestral village built several wooden churches in Boyko Style of Architecture. Unfortunately they all burned down. The Byzantine Catholic Church in Luiba served as the substitute. That is likely where metrikal records were kept.
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Old 25th February 2018, 04:06
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Ancestry: Vargulich, Hotra

If Sharon hasn't found the marriage certificate yet she could have a look at

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61...1:9Q97-YMN4-KR

This is the marriage application for John Vargulics and Hottrag Jovka (!!) - but scroll down the image to the Duplicate Certificate and the bride is now Eva Hotra.

John's father is shown as George which is the English equivalent of Jurko.

Lots more Vargulich info at www.familysearch.org.

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