Book about Croatian Surnames
|Book title:||Hrvatska prezimena|
|Language, cover:||Croatian, hard cover|
|Title in English:||Croatian surnames|
|Publisher:||Golden marketing-Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 2006|
|No. of pages||640|
Hi i need help. i have serched for my grandfathers surname and i keed getting no results. He spelled his name Gjurekovich. After coming to the US it cot changed to Gurekovich. could you lead me in the right direction. I promised my father i would research this before he died. I have failed him because he passed in December. Any information would be a big help.
Christopher, Do you know what part of Croatia your grandfather was from?
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My Grandfather’s surname is Mišić. I’ve been trying to find out if the family has a crest also trying to find ancestors. He was born in Livno, but his parents are buried in Zagreb so I’m not sure where it comes from, but he always called himself Croatian. Any help is much appreciated.
Yeah my 2nd Great Grandmother was from Riecica or Rjecica or Recica Croatia. Surname Udjbinac. She had 4 sisters and 3 brothers in yugoslavia. She came to PA US with her husband With surname sirak. Cant find any additional informationon them or their family members left behind in Europe. Ancestry.com i have exhausted all avenues with them.
I was wonderfing if your family still spells the name the same. My Grandfather came over when he was 9 and spells his name Milcic. Anything you might know would be a tremendous help.
I am attempting to trace my grandmother’s family. Fathers name was Ferdinand Brenc who was born in Spanovica. My grandmothers name was Milka Brenc. She emigrated to the US in Dec. 1922 from Gospic. Her uncle, Ljustina Milan paid for her passage.
I’m trying to find information on my fathers surname which is “Vladusic”. His family are from Srinjine which is close to Split in Dalmatia. Does anyone have any information?
Hi Lynn, I know about aunt Milka. I am a grandaughter of Milan. She was either 100 % percent Checz or 50% Checz from Sirac, Croatia. Her aunt was my great grandmother.
Is it possible that my great grandfathers surname is different than the name we have now? I am unable to find any information past him. His last name is Vukelich. From Austria
I have been trying to find out something about my Grandfather..Parents name, siblings etc. He was born Vinko Galekovich in 1881. In the district of Velika Gorica, Croatia. Could you send me in a direction that would help me find this information?
I am searching for information about my maternal grandfather, Slavko(u) Balentic. He was born in 1892 in Marzjanczy, Austria. He came to America in 1910. I’d like any information that could lead me to his ancestry.
Raeanna E Biddle