Seeking information on Mark RUBOVITS and Mark FABIAN
From Efrat Shindler Goldich efrati345@gm@21:1/5 to All on Thu Sep 12 15:20:20 2019
Hello everyone! I would like your help to find Mark ROBOWIT's birth
document - born in Paszto Hungary on 31/01/1903. A fifth cousin at the Geny site claims it is on the FamilySearch Hungary Civil Registratio
website - but I can't locate it.
Second request - I found a quote from a Hungary Union media article
about Rabbi Marcus FABIAN - who was a rabbi in Petervasara from
1852-1895, when he got married and probably left. This is my great
grandfather - and in 1895 - my grandmother Laura Lea Fabian was 13. If
anyone knows details about Rabbi Marcus Fabian and his
family, I would love to keep me informed. It would be greatly appreciated.
-- thank you very much - Efrat Goldich from Dimona Israe ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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