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Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Posted: 1007240698000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1009329548000
Surnames: WEISZ, STERN
I am researching the Weisz family of the town Prievidza (Priwitz), in Nyitra region of former Hungary (now Slovakia). Locations of interest also include Trnava, Budapest, Bratislava, and Kremnica.
There were several siblings, including Ferdinand, Pishtah, Geza, Olga, Gustave, Sandor, Eva, and Bela/Vojtech. Most of the siblings came to America at the turn of the last century, mostly setting up households in or around New York City. Their parents' names were Helene/Linette Stern and Herman Weisz. If any of these names are familiar, please contact me!

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Anna Shoshan (View posts)
Posted: 1012465620000
Classification: Query
The name sounds a great deal like Podhayce. I'm looking for Weisz from there. Perhaps there's a connection.

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Amy Leserman (View posts)
Posted: 1012466653000
Classification: Query
The best thing to do is check the name of your town at JewishGen.org in their Shtetlseeker area -- Good luck and see what it turns up!

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Stuart N. Weiss (View posts)
Posted: 1101493457000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Weisz
My grandparents on my father's side were named WEISZ from Szurte near Ungvar before WWII. Their names were Nathan & Rivka Weisz, 4 sons and 2 daughters. My father was the yongest son who went to the U.S. in 1938. The rest of the family was deported to Auschwitz in 6/1944, there were no survivors.

Does any of these names sound familiar?

Thank You

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Amy Leserman (View posts)
Posted: 1101513465000
Classification: Query
I am so sorry, these names are not familiar ... I wish I could help you more

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Posted: 1102048141000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1163432134000
Stuart

Not related and not researching this surname but I can pass on some websites.
A map of Austria-Hungary :
http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/austhung.htm
A map of Hungarian megye :
http://lazarus.elte.hu/hun/maps/1910 click on Ung megye to locate city of Ungvar, Hungary (Uzhorod, Czechoslovakia) now Uzghorod, Ukraine. A bit South of Ungvar is Szurte.
A good locator of a town is
www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/loctown.htm
The surname WEISZ lists in Slovak Republic.
www.zoznamst.sk
www.adc.sk/english/slovakia/slovak04.htm
You might need to hire a researcher to do the research for you. Some of them are mentioned in this website :
www.centroconsult.sk
www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator
www.genealogienetz.de/reg

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Posted: 1133636007000
Classification: Query
Surnames: shayevitz
I am researching Samuel/Sam Shayevitz, born in Grodna bet. 1881-1183, who married Anna Berdofsky (who had a sister Ester Bern living with them in 1920-1930) born in Vilna (Vilnius). Sam and Anna had children Abraham, Pauline (both born in Grodna), Morris, Esther and Solomon (these born in CT). Morris married into my husband's maternal family.

Please contact me so we can share info.

Thanks.
Rochelle Kaplan
rokap@hotmail.com

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Posted: 1334955930000
Classification: Query
Stuart, my husband's Ggrandfather and all his brothers (Ignatz, Samuel, Mendel, Louis (Levi?) and Adolf all migrated from Ungvar to NYC between 1895 and 1911. They came over one by one. I believe the father's name was Hermann (Hyman?) I think a sister Rose remained in Hungary (at the time). I am trying to find their family records in Ungvar and will let you know if there is any family connection.

Re: Weisz Family of Hungary/Slovakia

Posted: 1490028130000
Classification: Biography
My Grand father was Màrton (later Martin) Weizs, born in Nyitra, july 7, 1875. His mother Mària belonged to the Popper family.
He went to Paris and at the outbreak of 1914 war joined the Foreign Legion and served in Mecheria, Algeria til 1919.
He was married to Georgette Lavigne.
He died in Paris, 1943,
There was a link with the Pór family established in BP.
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