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Category: Translation - Hungarian
Approval Date: 2/3/2013 8:12 PM
Family Surname: Surname:Rosner, Rozner, Devay,Steinfeld
Country: Hungary
Town: Kikunfelegyhaza, Hungary?
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Unknown photo for my Steinfeld line. Would appreciate a translation.

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2/3/2013 11:42 PM Hello April,

There is an address on the right side which is:
15 N. Korosi Street in the town/city of Kecskemet in Hungary. (I think that N. is the first name of the person for whom the street has been named. I do NOT believe it refers to north, as that would be stated differently in Hungarian.)

The person's name on the left side is Imre Gardi.

Utanrendelesek = after orders
Evek mulva = years later/after many years.
Eszkolzoltetnek = ??

Since I am unable to really translate this for you, I thought that it might be helpful if I at least give you the meanings of the words. Other than that, I am unable to understand its meaning, but perhaps it will give you some clues with which to work....Jo
2/4/2013 3:08 PM The person transcribing the information missed some diacritics, and it's possible that he misread a letter or two, but it's not worth further scrutiny from a genealogical point of view: Imre Gardi is almost certainly the name of the photographer, and Kecskemét, Körösi N. street number 15 was his address. The other sentence is "reprints can be made even after several years." (Utánrendelések évek múlva is eszközöltetnek.)

Oh, and the town in your header info is Kiskunfélegyháza (you missed the 's'). Both it and Kecskemét are on the Great Plain, about half an hour's driving from each other.
2/4/2013 10:41 PM Hello April,

Just some additional information....Kiskunfelegyhaza, Hungary is 65 miles SE of Budapest. It has remained within Hungary's boundaries and borders throughout all of the political upheavals and wars of the last 100 years.

I'm glad that someone else was able to provide the additional translations. I learned something too....Jo
2/5/2013 11:59 AM You can find the address at Google Maps:
Nagykőrösi utca 15, 6000 Kecskemét, Hungary
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