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A Slovak-American Family Cultural, Genealogical & Information Page.
* SPA CUPS * REUNION 1999 * FAMILY ALBUM * GENEALOGY * SLOVAK ARTS *New!: Bess Babuska's Birthday Party * SOKOL * VINTAGE VIEWS OF LITTLE FALLS, NEW YORK *LITTLE FALLS NEWS/OBITS *
* FAMILY NEWS *SLOVAKIA 1999 * SLOVAKIA 2000!*


We extend sympathy to the families of:
Milan Kolárik who died on Oct. 31, 2001 in Myjava, Slovakia. Milan was born May 2, 1932 in Myjava, and was the son of Kristina Zeman Kolarik (sister to Anna Zeman Adamek) and Michal Kolarik. He married Anicka Maronkova on January 15, 1957. His funeral and burial are Monday, Nov. 5 in Myjava.

Stefan Zeman who died suddenly of a heart attack on Nov. 2, 2001 in Little Falls, NY. Steve was born on November 14, 1917 in Little Falls and lived his whole life there. He was the son of Michal Zeman (brother to Anna Zeman Adamek) and Judita Mosnacek. Funeral at Holy Trinity Cemetery at 10:00 am on Tuesday, Nov. 6.


Zeman-Adamek Family
CYBER REUNION


Rodokmenn Zemanovej rodiny:

KRISTINA ZABKA ZEMAN
narodenie Sviniarky, Slovakia 1 XI 1863
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MICHAL ZEMAN
narodenie Myjava, Slovakia 25 VIII 1854


MYJAVA, SLOVAKIA to LITTLE FALLS, NEW YORK:

"Many inhabitants of Myjava emigrated to the USA after 1890. The immigrants settled both in big cities, such as New York City, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland, and in smaller towns in the eastern states of New York and Pennsylvania. In North Dakota and Texas there settled those who were interested in agriculture and farm work. However, the small city of
Little Falls, New York became the greatest center of immigrants, and was called "the second Myjava".

(source: Myjava, zostavili Michal Dugacek a Jan Galik, Vydavatelstvo Obzor, Bratislava, 1985.)



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