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  (b. July 1868 Svinica, Košice, Slovakia   d. 11 February 1946 Thompson, Connecticut, USA )  

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Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO was born July 1868 in Svinica, Košice, Slovakia . Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO was the child of George (György) TOMKO   and   Anna PASICSÁK (PASITSÁK)

Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1890.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet)  married  Andrew (András) KORCH (KOVALČÍK) 22 August 1891 in Manhattan, New York, USA .  The couple had (at least) 9 children. Andrew (András) KORCH (KOVALČÍK)  was born July 1868 in Vyšná Kamenica, Košice, Slovakia (Felso Kemencze, Abauj-Torna, Austria-Hungary) (Vysna Kamenica).  Andrew (András) died 14 October 1939 in Webster, Massachusetts, USA.  Andrew (András) was the child of Andreas KOVALYCIK and Borka STRYCIKO.

Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO died 11 February 1946 in Thompson, Connecticut, USA .
Details of the family tree of Elizabeth appear below.
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  • 1868 Birth
    July 1868
    Svinica, Košice, Slovakia (Petőszinye, Abauj-Torna, Austria-Hungary)
  • Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO
    Present day Slovakia showing Svinica and Vysna Kamenica. Svinica was Petőszinye in Austria-Hungary and Vysna Kamenica was Felső Kemence (or Kemencze).
  • 1884 Birth of Child
    Elizabeth (Erzsébet) KORCH (TOMKO) was born December 1884, Vyšná Kamenica, Košice, Slovakia (Felso Kemencze, Abauj-Torna, Austria-Hungary) (Vysna Kamenica)

  • NOTE: Response to inquiry on -- 'Yes, Andras Kovalcsik and Elizabeth Tomko had one son Andras, born 9 AUG 1889 there in Felso Kamence, but I am sorry to say, it seems that he was born out of wedlock. Andras Kovalcsik was an Lutheran and Elizabeth Tomko was Helvetian confession.
    They have very beautiful church there in Vysna Kamenica and that village is situated under mountains.
    Mick / Kosice, Slovakia/ '
  • 1887 Birth of Child
    Andrew (András) Henry KORCH was born 9 August 1887, Vyšná Kamenica, Košice, Slovakia (Felso Kemencze, Abauj-Torna, Austria-Hungary) (Vysna Kamenica)
  • Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO
    Possible immigration information from New York passenger records. Ship SS Trave (Bremen, Germany and Southhampton, England to New York) arrived in New York on 19 July 1890. Not positive these are the right people. Just a theory…
  • 1891 Marriage / Partner
    Elizabeth (Alzbeta) (Erzsébet) TOMKO and Andrew (András) KORCH (KOVALČÍK) 22 August 1891, Manhattan, New York, USA (New York City) (New Amsterdam) (Washington Heights)
  • 1891 Birth of Child
    Anna R KORCH was born 5 July 1891, East Lyme, Connecticut, USA (Flanders) (Niantic)

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