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Jaczko Family of Udol, Slovakia

This family is part of my one-place study of St. Dimitry’s Greek Catholic (today Byzantine Catholic) Church parish, serving Udol and Hajtovka, Slovakia, covering the years 1827-about 1920. I will be sharing family records, roughly once a week, until all families in the parish are posted. Be aware that ages at marriage and death frequently don’t match baptismal records, when found. If you have ancestors who lived in these two villages and would like to receive an invitation to a shared Dropbox folder, please leave a comment and I will contact you.

JACZKO

Jaczko, Anna, Hajtovka 8, GC
Children:

  1. Stephen, born 24 May, bp 29 May 1887; died 1 March, buried 3 March 1890, aged 1 year, 10 months

Jaczko, John (c1810-15 June 1878) & Maria Szovik (c1825-1869+), Ujak 47 & 57, GC

Also at home in 1869 was the family of Michael Jaczko. Michael Szokoly, born 1858 also lived with Michael’s family. John died 15 June, buried 17 June 1878, aged 68 years.
Children:

  1. John, born c1849; married Susanna Fabian, widow of Andrew Nyemecz of Hajtovka 14, born c1849, 12 February 1874
  2. Michael, born 27 May, bp 30 May 1858; married (1) Anna Szadloch, 30, orphan daughter of Michael Szadloch & Anna Velykovanya of Ujak 67 (2) Helen Szadloch, 21, daughter of John Szadloch & Anna Miklus of Ujak 66, 8 June 1887

Jaczko, John (c1849-19896+), mendicant & Susanna Fabian (c1849-1909+), widow of Andrew Nyemecz, married 12 February 1874, Hajtovka 15 & 74, GC, GC

Susanna was the widow of Andrew Nyemecz, who she married 25 January 1869. Andrew died 2 August 1873, aged 28 years.
Children:

  1. Elias, born 10 July, bp 20 July 1883
  2. John, son of widow Susanna, died 23 July, buried 25 July 1909, aged 23 years
  3. Andrew, born 11 June, bp 14 June 1891
  4. Maria, born 28 June, bp 5 July 1896; died 9 April, buried 11 April 1897, aged 9 months

Jaczko, Michael (c1822-before 1902) & Maria Belej (c1832-27 October 1902), Ujak 57 & 78, GC, GC

Maria, widow of Michael, born Belej, died 27 October, buried 29 October 1902, aged 70 years. Michael born c1827, died 4 April, buried 6 April 1899, aged 72 years.

Jaczko, Michael (27 May 1858-1887+), son of John Jaczko & Maria Szovik & Anna Szadloch (13 April 1851-19 March 1887, orphan daughter of Michael Szadloch & Anna Velkyvanyo of Ujak 67, married 16 February 1881, Ujak 70, 71 & 79, GC, GC

Anna, wife of Michael, born Szadloch, died 19 March, buried 20 March 1887, aged 37 years. Michael, 29, widower, married (2) Helen Szadloch, born c1864, daughter of John Szadloch & Anna Miklus of Ujak 66, 8 June 1887. Helen, wife of Michael, born Szadlock, died 22 November, buried 23 November 1914, aged 48 years.
Children:

  1. Maria, born 29 January, bp 5 February 1888; died 19 December, buried 21 December 1894, aged 6 years, 10 months

Jaczko, Michael (27 May 1858-1887+), son of John Jaczko & Maria Szovik & (2) Helen Szadloch (c1864-22 November 1914), daughter of John Szadloch & Anna Miklus, married 8 June 1887, Ujak 70, 71 & 79, GC, GC

Anna, wife of Michael, born Szadloch, died 19 March, buried 20 March 1887, aged 37 years. Michael, 29, widower, married (2) Helen Szadloch, born c1864, daughter of John Szadloch & Anna Miklus of Ujak 66, 8 June 1887. Helen, wife of Michael, born Szadlock, died 22 November, buried 23 November 1914, aged 48 years.
Children:

  1. Anna, born 7 June, bp 23 June 1895
  2. John, born 3 July, bp 7 July 1902

Jaczko is an interesting surname because it is a nickname for John. The family was small and there may be further records about them in the church registers between 1920-1935. However, those records are written in Cyrillic and I haven’t tried to decipher them.

 

Patorai/Patoray Family of Udol, Slovakia & America

This family is part of my one-place study of St. Dimitry’s Greek Catholic (today Byzantine Catholic) Church parish, serving Udol and Hajtovka, Slovakia, covering the years 1827-about 1920. I will be sharing family records, roughly once a week, until all families in the parish are posted. Be aware that ages at marriage and death frequently don’t match baptismal records, when found. If you have ancestors who lived in these two villages and would like to receive an invitation to a shared Dropbox folder, please leave a comment and I will contact you.

PATORAI, PATORAJ, PATORAY

Patorai recte Mikulik, Andrew & Maria Janoskova, Ujak, GC – See Mikulik.

Patorai, Anna, Ujak, GC
Child:

  1. Elias, born 14 March, bp 22 March 1868

Patorai alias Knap, Elias & Susanna Csanda, Ujak, GC, GC
Children:

  1. John, born 1 January, bp 3 January 1896
  2. Stephen, born 30 July, bp 1 August 1898

Patorai recte Mikulik, John, born c1811 & Anna Szurgent, born c1815, married 22 November 1836, Ujak 1 & 38, GC, GC – See Mikulik.

Patorai, John & Anna Mikulik, Ujak, GC, GC
Children:

  1. Anna, bp 24 August 1842

Patorai recte Mikulik, John (18 March 1849-1898+), son of John Patorai recte Mikulik & Anna Szurgent  & Anna Fecsisin (25 May 1852-1898+), daughter of Peter Fecsisin & Susanna Petrisin, married 27 January 1873, Ujak 1, GC, GC – See Mikulik.

Patorai, John & Maria Hrinya, Ujak 1, GC, GC

Note: America
Children:

  1. Maria, born 12 December, bp 17 December 1907

Patorai recte Mikulik, Michael (bp 4 July 1851-18 October 1902), son of John & Anna Szurgent & Helen Miklus (c1857-1897+), daughter of Michael & Susanna Pathanej of Ujak 47, married 9 February 1874, Ujak 1 & 17, GC, GC – See Mikulik.

Patorai, Michael & Maria Heloncsik, Ujak 1, GC, GC
Children:

  1. John, born 28 April, bp 29 April 1913; died 29 April, buried 1 May 1913, aged 1 day
  2. Peter, born 3 July, bp 9 July 1916
  3. Michael, born 27 October, bp 3 November 1918

Patorai recte Mikulik, Peter (born 3 February, bp 10 February 1856-1894+), son of John Mikulik alias Patorai & Anna Szurgent & Maria Buk (26 December 1862-1894+), orphaned daughter of John Buk & Maria Miklus of Ujak 27, married 7 February 1881, Ujak 1 & 2, GC, GC – See Mikulik.

In spite of Patorai descendants today, I think that the surname, by DNA lines, is actually Mikulik. It appears that Andrew Patorai and Maria Janoskova, both born in the late 1700s, either had no surviving children, or at least no sons to carry on the name.

John Patorai who married Anna Szurgent in 1836 is noted in several records as “John Patorai recte Mikulik,” as are two of his children. John Mikulik may have taken the alias Patorai in order to continue on the family name.