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It's written on the manifest three times: line 4, columns 10 and 11 on the first page (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9T3-P84V-C?i=141&cc=1368704&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AJJXV-2M5), and line 4, last column on the second page. I would read all three as Poniszi. Judging by the people's names (Marya Warawka, nearest ...


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I came across this query recently during similar searches of my own. I note that the original query was posted a wee while back and interest may have terminated but I wanted to add my musings in hope that they may still be picked up. Might 'Barah, also be 'Bara'? My 3X Great Grandmother THOMASINA PENFOUND was baptized in Jacobstow Parish Church on 30 Dec ...


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I believe it's trying to be Ómalomsok, which was in Győr county, a few miles from that little corner where Sopron, Vas, Veszprém, and Győr counties met. The village was combined with Újmalomsok in 1950 to make Malomsok, and it's now in Veszprém county. The 1913 gazetteer says the civil registry office was in Újmalomsok; FamilySearch has those records ...


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Not a definitive answer ... Since the record is mosty typed: there is little handwriting to interpret. The placename is spelled Ormalonsok on the image, which can't be found with that spelling. Options from the columns on the right-hand page: Passports for the family were issued in Veszprém. Archives there might have records of those documents. Visually ...


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