Centar za obiteljsku povijest zatvara vrata tijekom ljeta

Centar za obiteljsku povijest u Crkvi Isusa Krista svetaca posljednjih dana bit će radi ljetne stanke zatvoren od 17. lipnja do 1. rujna 2013.

Svi oni koji bi željeli Centar posjetiti tijekom stanke, mogu se javiti voditeljici Lidiji Sambunjak na broj 091 5518 660.

Centar za obiteljsku povijest nalazi se u prostorijama Crkve Isusa Krista svetaca posljednjih dana na adresi Kutnjački put 21, kod starog tramvajskog okretališta na Jarunu.

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Urednik je internetskoga sjedišta o hrvatskom rodoslovlju na engleskom jeziku pod nazivom "Croatian Family History & Genealogy".

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  1. Hello,
    I am trying to use google translate to understand some of what this says so I wish there was an English version. Is there a way to join the Croatian genealogy society? Do you send e-mail messages or anything pertaining to Croatia? My surnames being researched are; Radakovic, Dragic, Dragash, Skonich, Stoich and Stojić. My grandfather, Pete Radakovic was born sometime around 1886 or 1888 in Udbina, Gospić, Lika, Croatia and he says he is Serbian on the census here in the USA. How do I begin to search for him and documentation of his birth? Grandma, Evitca or Eva Dragić or Dragash was born 26 Jan 1894 in Bunic, Croatia and she also said she was Serbian on one census. How can I verify all my information on them? Grandma married a man whose last name was Nokorada in Croatia before she married Grandpa. Mr. Nokorada was killed while fighting for Croatia on a ship. He drowned. He must of died around 1915 or so because their only child was born in January of 1916. Are military records available for 1915-1917 that would list him? Any help would be appreciated.

    Sincerely,
    Eva Poljanec Alley
    eva.alley@gmail.com

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