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Maria Anne Blazovic (Polak)

Also Known As: "Blazovich", "Polack (Maria Polak)"
Birthdate: (69)
Birthplace: Obsolovce, Horné Obdokovce, Nitriansky kraj, Slovakia
Death: May 31, 1955 (69)
S Broad St, Elizabeth, NJ, USA (Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease)
Place of Burial: NJ, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Paulus Polák and Anna Polák
Wife of John Adam Blazovic
Mother of Vincent Joseph Blazovic; Margaret Blazovic; Joseph Paul Blazovic, I and John Peter Blazovic
Sister of Paulus Polak; Veronica Hertel; Paulina Polak; Juliana Polak and Jozef Polak

Managed by: Michael Thomas Daly
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About Maria Anne Blazovic

Lived in the United States 46 years.

Place of residents include Passaic, Bound Brook, and Elizabeth NJ.

Communicant of St. Hedwigs Church and a member of the Ladies Pennsylvania Slovak Union of the USA Branch 129 of Passaic.

Immigration: Name: Maria Blasovies Arrival Date: Mar 1909 Age: 22 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887 Gender: Female Race: Slovak Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany Ship Name: Breslau Port of Arrival: Baltimore, Maryland Friend's Name: Jos Fornlogyi Last Residence: Hungary Page: 167

Village Info:Village Info: Obsolovce. "Paczolaj" is former name of this village. Obsolovce today is a part of village "Horne Obdokovce" (look at the attached map, please).

Villages Obdolovce and Horne Obdokovce were branches of Parish Office in Velke Ripnany. The registers from this parish are saved in the State Archives in Nitra from 1690 - 1896.

Surname Blazovic you can say as Blazovich. You can find various forms of Slovakian surnames (Pollak, too), because their writing did was not steady. In my country to 1918 used officialy only Hungarian, Latin and German, Slovak only exceptionally and only in speaking contact.

Czechoslovak(ia) country did not exist prior to the year 1918. When John Blazovic and Mary Pollack were born, the Czech and Slovak Land belonged to the Austrian Hungarian Empire. Based on immigration data record Janos (Hungarian name for John) Blasovies (Blazovich) lived in Paszolay, Nytra, Hungary. The name Toczolaj is most likely misspelled by the immigration officer. There is a community with the name Paczolaj (now called Obsolovce) located in the county of Topolcany in Nitra region.

"Toczolaj or Paszolay, Nytra, Hungary", is present Obsolovce, now part of Horné Obdokovce. The various historical spellings of the town name are: 1773 Paczolay, Obsolowitz, Obsolowcze, 1786 Paczolaj, Pacscholaj, Obsolowce, 1808 Paczolaj, Obsolowce, 1863–1907 Pacolaj, 1913 Pacola, 1920–1976 Obsolovce.

The next Roman Catholic parish keeping the church records was in Veľké Ripňany. (See it on the Google map, Obsolovce is east of Velke Ripnany). These records (1690-1896) are kept by State Archive in Nitra.

Polák (this is the modern Slovak spelling) This surname is very common in Slovakia.

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Maria Anne Blazovic's Timeline

February 22, 1886
Obsolovce, Horné Obdokovce, Nitriansky kraj, Slovakia
February 23, 1886
July 19, 1911
Age 25
July 13, 1916
Age 30
September 10, 1918
Age 32
November 11, 1922
Age 36
May 31, 1955
Age 69
Elizabeth, NJ, USA
June 4, 1955
Age 69