John Kuzmich Jr. Genealogy Blog; Eastern European Roots

Welcome to the John Kuzmich, Jr. family history representing over 45 years of original research. Peruse the center postings and the tags in the left and right columns for an index of specific links/topics to quickly navigate the blog as well as in the above pull-down menus that automatically posted in the center column below.

High Web Presence: click for Turning Hearts: Taking Your Genealogy Viral! and center posting below for Google Search rankings

Poland: Snietnica, Stawisza, Krempachy, Nowa Biala. Krolik Polski and Szaflary (KUZMYCZ, KUZMICZ, KUZMYCH, KUZMICK, BOCHNOVICH, GALINIAK, HOC, BASALYA, KUCSALA, SURMA. PAZIS, WOLOSHYNOVICH, KUCHTA and TOMASKOVIC)

Ukraine: Maximilianovka (KUZMICZ).

Slovenia: Novo Mesto (TURK, GAZVODA, STANGEL, HROVATIC, SCHURER, SEVEROVLJA, GOLOBIC)

Czech Republic: Staravesz in Moravia: (DLUGI)

Slovakia: Holic (GALINIAK, SKUBOVA)

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Are We Related? On-Line Family Questionnaire

I have developed interactive web site features that allows visitors to check my GEDCOM file to learn if you are related to me. This web site feature generates inquiries world-wide from people with my own surnames with the possible common geographical localities in Poland, Ukraine and Slovenia.

An Interactive Family Search. Go to the "Family List" icon and find your name or any other possible relative and click on it. That person's entire family history will appear on a pedigree chart.

On-Line Family History Questionnaire. Click to compare your family information as found in the GEDCOM file.

View on the map locations below for my ancestral villages in Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Krempachy and Nowa Biala, Poland: 12 kilometers southeast of Nowy Targ First map and Second map

Snietnica and Stawisha, Poland: Go to the "B2" square for Snietnica and Stawisha at: http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp? formtype=address&country=PL&addtohistory=&city=Gorlice , http://www.lemko.org/lih/churchir/b2.jpg between Banica and Brunary, Poland, about 5 kilometers north of the present Slovakia border.

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