It appears that Erzsébet Zsoka, lived a very hard life as a tenant farmer, in Vendégi, alongside with her mother. She also was the unmarried mother of, at least, two sons. Her own mother, Maria Fabriczky Zsoka, was a widow, and they lived in a room ( aj - zseller ) with other boarders as tenant farmers by 1830's. They died a day apart of a fever due to cholera.
Erzsébet Zsoka was 29 years old when she died in poverty. The sons Erzsébet left behind were János Gazsy-Zsoka and Josef Viro. Josef was two years old; János was eight years old. They may have died before she did  Assumption is that they may not have survived and if they did survive, were sent back to their fathers (if living) or farmed out. Josef Viro was born 8 Oct 1839 in Hosťovce, Slovakia and Janos Gazsy was born 5 Oct 1833 in Hosťovce.
Erzsébet's own mother died the day before her; her siblings were gone too. Her children were technically orphans unless their fathers were alive or the father's families took them in.
25 Jun 1813 Hidvégardó, Abauj, Hungary
GODPARENTS: Anthony Petri, Lutheran, and John Meszaros & Barbara Tott, Catholic
STATUS: Al-Zseller , nemetelen- tenant farmer AGE AT DEATH: 29 years old 30 Nov 1841 in Vendeghi, Abauj,Hungary
Ongoing search in death records for the children/fathers of the children in both Reformed and Catholic records for Vendégi.
There is a Hungarian census 1869 if the boys grew to adulthood and remained in Vendégi.
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