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Subject: family search
Category: Family and Home > Families
Asked by: footman-ga
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Posted: 21 Jan 2005 08:23 PST
Expires: 20 Feb 2005 08:23 PST
Question ID: 461027
am looking for my father: Jozsef Fulop. He was born in hungary around
1930. He was in Coventry, England in the early 1970s. He moved to
Australia in 1976. I can't find him on the net or in popular websites.
Anyone want to search (or advise me where to look)?

Request for Question Clarification by pafalafa-ga on 18 Feb 2005 16:32 PST
There are about a dozen Fulop's listed in the phone book in Australia
with the first initial "J", but it's impossible to know from the
listings whether any of these are Jozsef.

Are you willing to cold-call a number of possibilities in Australia. 
If so, the phone book is the place to start.


Clarification of Question by footman-ga on 19 Feb 2005 03:12 PST
Hi, thanks for info, but I've already tried cold-calling Jozsef
Fulop's in Australia and haven't come up with any results. I'm looking
for inspiration if there are other ideas I haven't yet thought of.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: family search
From: fp-ga on 19 Feb 2005 03:43 PST
A genealogical webpage with many useful links:
Subject: Re: family search
From: sammttron-ga on 01 Mar 2005 15:43 PST
MY father was born in hungary at that time and came over to the uk in
the 50,s and lived in coventry with a group of hungarians.
Subject: Re: family search
From: footman-ga on 29 Dec 2005 14:16 PST
Hi Sammttron

Please can you contact me so I can see if there is a lead I can follow
up with your family from Coventry?

Thanks so much. 

tel: +44 1244 675584
Subject: Re: family search
From: myoarin-ga on 30 Dec 2005 09:23 PST
Another possibility would be trying to contact Hungarian organizations
in Australia:,1,187,B/frameset&FF=dethnic+groups&18,,187

Perhaps someone in one of these organizations could suggest a way to
look for your Dad from within the greater Hungarian community in
We don't want to consider the possibility, but the statistical odds
are that he has passed away.  It seems that the birth, death, marriage
records in Australia are not online for free, but they can be bought

The above sites might be able to help.  The second one seems to offer
lots of places to search.

Maybe someone with more experience can suggest a most efficient approach.

I wish you luck, Myoarin

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