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Re: Lost my Krenn Line - looking for answers
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: July 19, 2005 at 16:18:07
In Reply to: Lost my Krenn Line - looking for answers by Shannon Krenn Clay of 7


Obviously the St. Peter is written in English and not Hungarian. There were several towns in old Hungary that had the Szentpeter in the name of a village. Do you know a megye / county by any chance, like Vas, Veszprem, Torontal just to name few?
The old 1910 map is at :
Take a look in Ellis Island website by using One Step:
Just located a KRENN Stefan from Szt. Peter but no mention of a megye.
A phone listing for KRENN in Slovak Republic's phone book.
Check LDS-Mormons website if they have filmed from SzentPeter.

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