Mate Slako (1839 - d.)

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Birthplace: Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska (Yugoslavia)
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Managed by: Kerry L. Cunningham
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About Mate Slako

NAME: MATE SLAKO

SURNAME: SLAKO - GIVEN NAMES: Mate* SEX- M

BIRTH: 9 October 1839 ,Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

DEATH: unknown

  • FATHER: Jure SLAKO b: circa 1810 Hrvatska (Yugoslavia)
  • MOTHER: Mare Ivičević b: circa 1815 Drvenik, Hrvatska (Yugolsavia)

MARRIAGE:== Ivanica "Ivka" Juranović, .

MARRIED: 9 Nov 1874, Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

CHILDREN

1...M...Jure Slako; b: 1875-1876 Age:(1) Drvenik,Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

2...M...Grgo Slako 10 Mar 1877 Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

3...F... Bare Slako 1879 -1880 Age: (1)Drvenik,Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

4...M... Ivan Matin Slako 18 Jun 1881, Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

5...M...Ante "Antonio" Slako; 1884, Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska


6...F... Matija Slako 1886 - 1888, Age:(1) Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

7...F... Matija Slako 1889-1893 Age: (3) Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

8...M... Juraj Slako 1892 - 1892 Age: (4 weeks) Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska

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The SLAKO family in New Zealand

MATE SLAKO and his wife FVANICA.

Father of 8 Children

Sadly, only 3 made it to adulthood....Grgo, Ivan and Ante.

Bara died aged 1

Matija died aged 1

Mara died aged 3

Juraj died aged 1 month

Other living 3...Ivan migrated to New Zealand

Ante migrated to Chile

Grgo stayed in Croatia (Dalmatia at the time)

Ivan left Croatia in 1899 for New Zealand and Antonio soon after for Argentina/Chile.
As for the Grgo, he  stayed behind  in Drvenik

Dalmatia is a region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.

All immigrants who were born before 1919 in what is now Croatia were born in Austria and were citizens of Austria. No, they weren't real Austrians. They were Dalmatians or Croatians or Slavonians (or in some cases a minority ethnic group like Serbs or Hungarians who were living in Croatia). But they weren't real Austrians.

Real Austrians are of Germanic blood and speak a Germanic language. Croatians are of a Slavic blood and speak a Slavic language. What is today Croatia was occupied territory in those days. Austria ruled Croatia.

http://www.croatia-in-english.com/refs-tips/aus.html

DRVENIK

Drvenik is a littoral tourist village of the Makarska riviera , about 30 km distant from Makarska . Situated between the steep cliffs of the mountain Biokovo and the coast with beautiful beaches . The village is divided in two parts, situated in two valleys denominated Donja Vala and Gornja Vala. Nowadays Drvenik is a well-known tourist village oriented entirely toward development of tourist industry. Drvenik has about 480 inhabitants and it has available ca. 1600 beds in domestic industry, holiday flats and villas,apartments ,hotels and pensions . Drvenik is an important traffic center while there is a car ferry landing of the ferry connecting the island of Hvar with the coast. The rich gastronomic offer of Dalmatian taverns and the beautiful beaches in the shade of pines attract an increasing number of tourists to Drvenik inviting them to spend ther holidays there. The history of Drvenik dates far back into the past. On the knoll to the north of the village are the remains of the tower with defense walls dating from the 17th century. A Gothic church of St. George in Gornji Drvenik under the mount Plano. Its oldest part dates probably from the 15th century. It was several times rebuilt and later on restructured in the baroque style. The old gravestones in the form of standing tombstones were incorporated in its walls. In 1887 the church was expanded to satisfy the demands of the growing population. On the church front there is an eight-petal rose window, and on the top there is an omamented distaff-shaped church-tower with two bells. Inside the church there is a big marble altar with the statue of St. George on it. After an earthquake in 1962, all inhabitants of Gornji Drvenik moved to the coast, and a new church of Our Lady of the Carmelites was built in 1967. The church is situated on the hill above the road between the two valleys of Drvenik.

http://www.drvenik-makarska.com/

http://www.online-croatia.com/croatia-drvenik.htm

http://www.adriatica.net/destinations/hrvatska/srednja-dalmacija/drvenik-makarska_en.htm

http://www.euroave.com/index_map.php?gocountry=croatia&gocity=drvenik

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Top Countries Country FPM

NEW-ZEALAND 5.64

SERBIA 1.17

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GERMANY 0.04

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http://www.croatian-genealogy.com/cro-parishes/d-list.shtml


Rkt. župa Drivenik  

Sv. Dujam mučenik Drivenik 1 51242 Drivenik upr. iz Triblja

Croatian Catholic Parishes: D (Dabar-Dusina)

Rkt. župa means Roman Catholic Parish Gkt. župa means Greek Catholic Parish upr. iz means "managed from" (priest from another parish makes regular visits to that parish) First line in the address is the name of the chapel (typically the name of a Saint: St. Joseph, St Andrew etc). To place a phonecall from abroad, dial international telephone code for Croatia +385 and then the phone number without leading zero (0). For example, the number 031 595 000 translates to +385 31 595 000.

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Mate Slako's Timeline

1839
October 9, 1839
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska (Yugoslavia)
1874
November 9, 1874
Age 35
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1875
May 13, 1875
Age 35
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1877
March 10, 1877
Age 37
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1879
1879
Age 39
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1884
1884
Age 44
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1886
September 22, 1886
Age 46
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1889
July 21, 1889
Age 49
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska
1892
November 12, 1892
Age 53
Drvenik, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska