Slavic Roots Project at WikiTree
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Slavic Roots Project at WikiTree

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Slavic Roots Project at WikiTree
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This is the profile of the Slavic Roots project.

This Slavic Roots Project profile, is a special account that looks after Slavic Roots Project Protected Profiles (PPPs). It also adopts special orphaned profiles of Slovaks from the 17th & 18th century. If you see this account as a profile manager on a profile, it means that the Slavic Roots Project is following, tracking and in some cases, actively co-managing a particular profile.

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hey I just wanted to alert you to this profile https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hasankin-2 which has the same dates of birth and death as https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Romanov-29
posted by Ro Hull
I am trying to learn more about my ancestry.

My paternal grandparents were from Slovakia. They emigrated in the late 1800's. The surnames are Hreshko, Vagely, Vrabley, and Kohan. I don't know where to start. Thank you, Suzanne

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