John Kuzmich Jr. Genealogy Blog; Eastern European Roots

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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, PETROVICH, PUGACH, IVANOVICH AND FEDOROVICH)

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

Czech Republic: Staravesz in Moravia: (DLUGI)

Slovakia: Holic (GALINIAK, SKUBOVA)

Maps of my Eastern European roots

1. Krempachy and Nowa Biala, Poland: http://www.maplandia.com/poland/malopolske/nowy-targ/krempachy/. 12 kilometers southeast of Nowy Targ (go east and north on map slider and you'll easily find Nowy Targ).

2. Snietnica and Stawisha, Poland: a) http://www.lemko.org/maps100/Pages/Pg55.html, b) Go to the "B2" square for Snietnica and Stawisha at: http://www.maplandia.com/poland/malopolske/gorlice/snietnica/, c) http://www.lemko.org/lih/churchir/b2.jpg. In between Banica and Brunary; Poland, about 5 kilometers north of present Slovakia border.

3. Novo Mesto, Slovenia: a) http://www.kuzmich2.com/Majc/Novo%20Mesto%20Map.html,  b) http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?client=public&GridE=15.1657&GridN=45.7995&lon=15.1657&lat=45.7995&db=w3&overviewmap=&country=Slovenia&scale=1000000&lang=&region=&client=public&cidr_client=none&place=Novo+Mesto,, and c) http://www.burger.si/NovoMesto/NovoMesto2.htm

4. Maximilianovka, Maryinka district, Ukraine is a very small village about 30 kilometers from Donetsk, a large city: http://www.ukrainianweb.com/map_ukraine.htm. Click on Donetsk on map to see local area map and then look for Maryinka district west of Donetsk.