Descendants of Micsak
Generation No. 1
Children of MICSAK are:
2. i. ANDREAS2
3. ii. VERONICA MICSAK.
2. ANDREAS2 MICSAK (MICSAK1) He married MARIA PODKRIVACSKY 03 Feb 1830
in Velke Rovne, Solvakia.
Children of ANDREAS MICSAK and MARIA PODKRIVACSKY are:
4. i. ANDREAS3 MICSAK, b. 14 Dec 1830, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
ii. JOANNES GEMELIC MICSAK, b. 13 Aug 1832, Velke Rovne, Slovakia; d. 13 Aug
1832, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
iii. JOSEPHUSES MICSAK, b. 13
Aug 1832, Velke Rovne, Slovakia; d. 13 Aug 1832, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
5. iv. ANNA
MICSAK, b. 20 Aug 1833, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
MICSAK, b. 19 Jun 1840, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
vi. VERONA MICSAK,
b. 13 Feb 1847, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
3. VERONICA2 MICSAK (MICSAK1) She
married ANDREAS BUHEORI.
Child of VERONICA MICSAK and ANDREAS BUHEORI is:
i. VERONICA3 BUHEORI, b. 25 Aug 1832.
Generation No. 3
4. ANDREAS3 MICSAK (ANDREAS2, MICSAK1) was born 14 Dec 1830 in Velke Rovne, Slovakia. He married CATHARINA
KMECZIB. She was born 1831, and died 09 Dec 1901 in Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
Children of ANDREAS MICSAK
and CATHARINA KMECZIB are:
i. MARIA4 MICSAK, b.
ii. JORSEF MICSAK, b. Jan 1849.
6. iii. JOANNES MICSAK, b. 24 Dec 1853, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
iv. ANDREAS MICSAK, b. 19 Dec 1859.
5. ANNA3 MICSAK (ANDREAS2, MICSAK1)
was born 20 Aug 1833 in Velke Rovne, Slovakia. She married JOSEPHUS RAYSDIK.
Child of ANNA MICSAK
and JOSEPHUS RAYSDIK is:
i. JOANNES4 RAYSDIK, b. 01 Feb 1855.
Generation No. 4
6. JOANNES4 MICSAK (ANDREAS3, ANDREAS2, MICSAK1) was born
24 Dec 1853 in Velke Rovne, Slovakia. He married VERONICA OVESIK, daughter of EMENICA OVESIK and VERONICA SASSAK.
She was born 18 Dec 1854 in Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
Children of JOANNES MICSAK and VERONICA OVESIK are:
i. ALOJSIUS5 MICSAK,(aka-Louis Mailes) b. 02 Feb 1874, Velke Rovne, Slovakia; d. 23 Jul 1955, Seneca, Newton County, Mo.
ii. MARIA MICSAK, b. 22 Dec 1877, Velke Rovne, Slovakia; d. 05 May 1882, Velke
iii. JOANNES MICSAK, b. 11 Sep 1879, Velke
iv. PAULINA MICSAK, b. 11 Oct 1881, Velke
Rovne, Slovakia; d. 30 Mar 1882, Velke Rovne, Slovakia.
MICSAK, b. 01 Feb 1883, Velke Rovne, Slovakia; d. 2 Aug 1956, Rochester, N.Y.
Shari found information that, I believe, shows one of Grandpa's brothers when he came to the U.S., as follows:
"Alojsius Micsak's siblings. Paulus Micsak born 1 Feb 1883."
Shari found Paul Micsak:
WWI Draft Record for Monroe County, NY
born 1 Feb 1883
nearest relative: Paul Raysick in Newark, NJ
1920 U.S. Census -NY-Monroe-Rochester
Ward 8-Dist 88 p33/36
Rolidjak?, George age 45 Married Immigrated 1914 Slovak
Paul boarder age 36 Widow?
Immigrated 1902 Naturalized 1903 Slovak.
1921 Passport Application
- applied for on May 1921
Paul Micsak born in Hungary on 2 Feb 1883 to John Micsak (listed as deceased). Emigrated to U.S.,
sailing from Bremen in Sep 1901 and resided 1901-1902 in Rochester, NY. Sailing to visit relatives and it appears visiting
or en route to Czechoslovakia, France, and Switzerland.
There is a picture on the
application. The right side of the picture is very dark.
1921 New York Passenger Lists arriving from LeHavre, France on the S.S. France
and arriving 11 Oct 1921 in NY
Micsak, Paul age 38
Zofie age 24
Pavel age 15 (listed as born 30 Dec 1906)**see below
Maria age 7
1930 -NY-Monroe Co-Rochester-Dist
147 page 82/118 in ancestry.com
Micsak, Paul age 47 M-at 23 born in Czech immigrated 1901 proprieter-wire lamp shade mfg.
Sophia wife age 33 born
in Czech immigrated 1921
Mary Q? dau age 15 born Czech immigrated 1921
M. dau age 7 born in NY
John age 6 born in NY
Paul Micsak (Paul's
son listed as Pavel-birth matches passenger list from above)
born 30 Dec 1906
SSN issued NY before 1951
Paul's nearest relative was a Paul Raysick
(similar to Raysdik)"
I found information that I believe places Grandpa's
father and uncle in San Francisco in 1889 and 1890. Ancestry.com San Francisco, California Directories 1889-91.
Name: John Racik
Location 1: 843 Mission
Location 2: r. 206 Third
Occupation: proptr, Vienna
City: San Francisco
The source of the information
is 1890 City Directory San Francisco, page 943.
Micsak, John, wire worker. John Racik, r. 206 Third.