Genealogy Resources & Our Family History

  • Hungarian Treasures

    This was my grammar book when we lived in Hungary from August –  December, 1973. I went to school every day while we lived in Budapest for those months, but I was only in third grade so I don’t recall much. I remember being very thankful that my Art and Math teacher could speak some […]

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  • Questions to Ask … Questions to Answer

    Many of us are finding we have more time to deal with things that we have not had time for before. We are spending more time at home, we are cooking more, we are renewing our love for crafts or reading, or we are finding ourselves in more conversations about life. Below are a few […]

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  • World War I Collectibles

    A few years ago, I visited with Giorgio about World War 1 collectibles with Hungarian connections. His wife, Olga, was one of my Hungarian instructors at the Debreceni Nyari Egyetem. Giorgio has been able to turn his love for and knowledge about World War I items into his livelihood. Read on to learn about these […]

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  • Our Family Visit to Hungary

    After several years of saving money, in May of 2012 our family of six took a trip to Hungary. My husband was the mastermind behind the trip planning and factored in the various interests of our diverse family. His patience and research skills have always been amazing! I am fairly certain I wouldn’t have dared […]

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  • Our Family Connections in Hungary

    Many of you know we were able to go to Hungary in May 2012 as a family. What a wonderful experience! Yes, we saw the beautiful countryside. Yes, we saw amazing architecture, and, yes, we ate some incredible meals. But then there was the best part of the trip: Meet Erika [Pictured l to r: […]

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