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Category: Translation - Hungarian
Approval Date: 5/17/2020 2:57 PM
Family Surname: Angelus
Country: Hungary
Town: Szombathely
Date of Image: 1887
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This is a marriage record recorded in Szombathely in 1887 betweenIgnacz Angelus and Paulina Bauer. Can anyone read the name of the town/village of the bride and where the marriage took place?

I would also be interested to know the occupation of the groom, groom's father and Bride's father.

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5/18/2020 12:19 PM 4. Groom: Ignac Angelus, merchant, birthplace Rohonc
Parents: Miksa Angelus, salesman, Sali Stern, Rohonc
Residence: Rohonc
Age 26, single
Bride: Lina (Paulina) Bauer, birthplace Német-Lő
Parents: Ferenc Bauer, salesman, Rozalia Eisenstadter, Német-Lő
Residence: Német-Lő
Age 21, single
Announcements: Szombathely, Rohonc, 3 times
Date: 13 March 1889
Place: Német-Lő
Witnesses: Samu Feigelstock, Mrle Goldstein
Officiant: Dr. Josef Stier, local rabbi

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Német-Lő or Németlövő, Vas county is now Deutsch Schützen, part of the combined municipality Deutsch Schützen-Eisenberg in Burgenland, Austria.

For completeness:
Rohoncz, Vas county is now Rechnitz, Burgenland, Austria.
Szombathely, Vas county is still on the Hungarian side of the border. Its German name is Stein am Anger (also written in one: Steinamanger), and its Latin name is Sabaria.

The fathers' occupation of _házaló_ is more precisely "door-to-door salesman"; the word is literally something like "house-er-er".
5/19/2020 11:47 PM Hello Ruth,

Please note.....that the year of the marriage record is 1889, which is different than the year 1887 that you had supplied as your information.....Jo
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