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Genealogy Lapikás
Generation 5
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Genealogy Lapikás,
version 11.1,
Muiden, 2013.
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Names of some places in Transsylvania in Hungarian and Romanian that occur in the present genalogy.
Hungarian  = Romanian
Beud  = Beudiu
Bethlen  = Beclean
Brasso  = Brașov
Beszterce = Bistrița
Kolosvar  = Cluj
Havasnagyfalu = Marisel
Orsova  = Orșova
Sajóudvarhely = Șieu-Odorhei
Sepsiszentgyörgy = Sfantu  Gheorghe
Szeretfalva = Saratel
Sófalva  = Sărata
Marosvásárhely = Targu Mureș
Kézdivásárhely = Targu Secuiesc
Vice  = Vita

Romanian / Hungarian / Canadian / German branch --- LAPIKAS

5A. JOZSEF (JOSEPHUS) LAPIKAS, born/baptised RC Vice 19-02/17-5-1880 (witness Josephus Lapikas, Susanna Szeki), deceased 1936, buried Marisel,[1] farmer, 28 years, roman catholic, not married, born and living in Vice (1908), married Apanagyfalu (Nuseni) 22-11-1908 (witness Paulus Rosko?, roman catholic, ...(a..er?) and Alexius Vary roman catholic, singer (cantor) ANNA MARIA (ALSO-FELSO CSERNATONI-)CSERNATONI, born Felsöoroszfalu 1885, deceased 2-2-1975[2], is 23 years, roman catholic, not married, born and living in Felsöoroszfalu (Rusu de Sus)(1908), daughter of Gyula Csernátoni and Klára Kerekes-Máté.

Their marriage act reads:[3]
Josephus Lapikas, farmer (agricola), 28 years, roman catholic, not married, born and living in Vice (1908), son of Joannes Lapikas roman catholic, farmer (agricola) and Helena Sipos both roman catholic, married Apanagyfalu (Nuseni) 22-11-1908 (with the sacraments, witness Paulus Rosko?, roman catholic, ...(a..er?) and Alexius Vary roman catholic, singer (cantor)) Anna Csernatonyi, is 23 years, roman catholic, not married, born and living in Felsöoroszfalu (Rusu de Sus)(1908), daughter of Iulius Csernatonyi, roman catholic, and Clara Mathe.

Gravestone of Anna Maria Csernatoni (1885-1975), her son Antal Lapikas (1915-1993) and his third wife Maria Kellner (1925-1987).
Location: roman catholic cemetery in Bistrita (RO).
Photo: Ernö Szarvas, 2009.

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Horia Varlan.
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Iren Lapikas (1917-1978), daughter of Jozsef Lapikas (5A) and Anna Maria Also-Felso Csernatoni-Csernatoni.
Photo: ?

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5B. JANOS LAPIKAS, born Vicze 1884, deceased Tg. Mures 1965,[21] had a colonial shop in Tg. Mures, married 1912,[22] ILONA PAP, deceased 1969.

5C. GYULA (JULIUS) LAPIKAS, born Vice 1891/92, deceased Orsova (RO) 1961, listed as pupil of the 1st class of the Állami Gimnázium, Szamosújvár, (1898),[27] merchant (mercator) 20 years, not married, roman catholic, born Vice and living in Bethlen house n° 15 (1912), is pictured in a uniform with 3 stars and a medal on a photograph from Bistrita (Transsylvania, RO),[28] married Apanagyfalu (Nuseni) 8-9-1912 (witness Stephanus Hajari reformed, merchant (mercator) and Alexander Kovacs farmer (agricola) reformed) MARGIT (MARGARITHA) BIRO, born Bethlen 01-10-1894, deceased Orsova 1961, is 18 years, not married (in capillis), roman catholic, born and living in Bethlen house n° 30 (1912), daughter of Ludovicus Biro, reformed, shoeing-smith (mentarius) and Susanna Prohaszka roman catholic.

Their marriage act reads:
Julius Lapikas, merchant (mercator) 20 years, not married, roman catholic, born Vice and living in Bethlen house n° 15 (1913), son of Joannes Lapikas, ... (szics ?), and Helena Sipos both roman catholic, married Apanagyfalu (Nuseni) 8-9-1912 (with the sacraments, witness Stephanus Hajari reformed, merchant (mercator) and Alexander Kovacs farmer (agricola) reformed) Margaritha Biro, is 18 years, not married (in capillis), roman catholic, born and living in Bethlen house n° 30 (1913), daughter of Ludovicus Biro, reformed, shoeing-smith (mentarius) and Susanna Prohaszka roman catholic. [29]

Standing: Gyule Lapikas (1891/92-1961) and his wife Margit Biro (1894-1961), sitting: her parents Zsuzsa Prohaszka and Lajos Biro.
Photo: Beclean (RO), 1947
Source: Judith Lapikas, 2005

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5D. DEZSÖ LAPIKAS, born/baptised Vicze (RO) 27-4/4-5-1889[33], deceased Montreal (CDN) 1960, leaves Hamburg on board of the vessel Pisa of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft) that departs Hamburg on 12-6-1907, moved to Canada in 1915, inspector at a railway company, receives a US Draft Registration Card 1917/18 then living in Rutland, Vermont, USA,[34] naturalised to Canadian citizen 4-5-1933 as "Daniel Lapikas, car inspector, from the USA, living in Coteau Station (Quebec)",[35] married Montreal Ste. Clotilde 12-6-1916,[36] LOUISE IDA MARECHAL, born 24-4-1895, deceased 3-10-1990, buried Montreal Cimetiere Notre Dame Neiges, lived after her husband's death in Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Québec (1963), Saint-Jean, Québec (1968),[37] daughter of Antoine D. Marechal and Pricille Bourgon. Dezsö (Daniel) Lapikas and Louise Ida Marechal lived in Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Quebec (1921,[38] 1935), Leeds, Ontario (1953, 1957).[39]

The passenger record of the vessel Pisa for the departure on 12-6-1907 off Hamburg reads:[40]
Dezsö Lapikas, 18 years old, single, Residence: Vicze, Ethnicity/Nationality: Hungarian, Occupation: farmer (Landmann), labourer (Tagelöhner), Accommodation: middeck.
The vessel arrives on 28-6-1907 in New York, but no passenger record for Dezsö's arrival could be found.[41]

Dezso Lapikas (5D) (1889-1960).
Photo: probably Montreal (CDN) between about 1915 and 1925.
His wife Louise Ida Marechal (1895-1990).
Photo: Louk Lapikás, Montreal (CDN) 1986.

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Deszo Lapikas' (5D) wife and children:
From left to right : his daughter Aurella L Lapikas (1932-1992), his wife Louise Ida Marchal (1895-1990), his son Edgard Lapikas (1927)), his daughter Simone Lapikas (1923-2011), his son Clovis Lapikas (1921-1987), his daughter Clothilde Lapikas (1917-1994).
Photo: Montreal (CDN) about 1980.

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Simonne Lapikas (1913-2009).
Picture: date and location unknown
Source: L'Etoile, 1-3-2011

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OBITUARY - Simonne Asselin (née Lapikas) (1923-2011) ---- Source: L'Etoile, 1-3-2011
Avis de décès
Sujets : église Sainte-Rose-de-Lima , Vaudreuil-Dorion
A Vaudreuil-Dorion, au lever du jour le 23 février 2011, Simonne, tout doucement, nous a quittés dans son sommeil à l'age de 87 ans. Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants, Daniel (Linda), Sylvie (Serge), Ghislaine (Maurice), Céline (Alan) ainsi que ses petits-enfants, Dominique, Jean-Sébastien, Frédérick, Alexandre, Louis-Philippe, Brittnie, par alliance : Véronique, Judith, Francis, Vincent et ses nombreux ami(e)s.
Simonne aimait la vie avec conviction. Vivre ne devait pas rimer avec ralentir mais bien rester active. La joie de vivre et son sourire contagieux devraient faire partie de vos souvenirs, voilà le vrai secret de sa beauté.
La famille recevra les condoléances and présence des cendres le samedi 5 mars 2011 à compter de 13 h suivi des funérailles à 14 h à l'église Sainte-Rose-de-Lima à L'Ile-Perrot.

5E. BELA LAPIKAS, born Vice born/baptised Vice 10/26-10-1896[61] , deceased Sft. Gheorghe (RO) 16-1-1947,[62] listed as pupil of the 1st (1907), 2nd (1908), 3rd class (1909) of the Állami Gimnázium, Szamosújvár,[63] agronom, studied agronomy in Budapest, owner of a paper and bookshop in Sft. Gheorghe, printer and distributor of postcards in Sft. Gheorghe, married Yernut (RO) 5-10-1919 JULIA MARK, born 12-5-1900, deceased Sft. Gheorghe 28-4-1971,[64] studied commerce, daughter of Vilmos Mark, landowner, director of Yernut's National Bank, and Xenia Tamas.

Bela Lapikás (1896-1947).
Photo: Cluj, 1942
Source: Marta-Beatrix Lapikas, 1983
and his wife Julia Mark (1900-1971).
Photo: Sft. Gheorghe, 1950
Source: Marta-Beatrix Lapikas, 1983

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Székely Nemzeti Múzeum in Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sft. Gheorghe). Postcard sold by "Béla Lapikás bookstore and paper trade, Sepsiszentgyörgy" as imprinted on the backside.
Date: 1945
Source: Hungaricana

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In the late thirties Lapikás opened a paper and bookshop in the mayor's office in Sfintu Gheorghe (RO), to the right of the entrance room. The shop has some literary-historical significance because of the First Hungarian Book Day held there at 9-11 June 1942 . The original idea was that the writer Moricz Zsigmond would be there, but he could not be present because the invitation of university students (trying??) to Cluj. Judge Laszlo Szekely a local designer and applied artist Weaving Factory made up of the book can mail page Moricz portrait drawn. (Figure 1), the famous writer Lapikás trading book was signed, it was presented and handed over to those interested in the book was first published day of the Rose Alexander teasing horse novel.[65]
September 1944 : "Cpt. Olteanu, with 50-60 men, moved into the village of Pake to avenge the assassination of two Romanian shepherds. Although the locals insisted that the retreating Germans killed them, they gathered 100 Hungarians to execute them. They were stopped by a two-men Soviet patrol to whom a Russian-speaking Szekely appealed. They left the village - after stripping it clean. In Sepsiszentgyorgy the robbings and acts of terror were daily occurrences. They arrested Bela Lapikas, a shopkeeper, beat him unmercifully and then robbed him of his stock." [66]
Assembled by the office for the preparation of the Peace treaty of Budapest of the anti-hungarian atrocities committed between the fall of 1944 and early 1945 in northern Transylvania. Budapest, spring of 1946.[67]
September 27. Sepsiszentgyörgy, Háromszék county /Sfintu Gheorghe, Trei Scaune/ Béla Lapikás, resident of Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfintu Gheorghe), Olt Street 26, as plaintiff stated that he was arrested for wearing an armband of the Romanian tricolor, when he is of Magyar origin. He was wearing the armband because the representative of the storekeepers received instructions from the Mayor. During his arrest, he was beaten. Later, he was released in return for 6,000 Leu. While under arrest, his shop windows were broken, his storeroom in the basement of City Hall was broken into, his shop broken into five times. His total damages were 150,000 Peng. (Minutes, recorded at the Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfintu Gheorghe) police station, January 14, 1945.)

Ilona Sipos (1857-1928) and her youngest son Bela Lapikas (1896-1947).
Photo: Marosvasarhely (Targu Mures), 1919
Source: Marta-Beatrix Lapikas, 1983
Obituary of Bela Lapikas (1896-1947).
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Marta Beatrix Lapikas (1920-1987).
Photo: Targu Mures, 1947
Source: Marta-Beatrix Lapikas, 1983

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German / French / Dutch branch --- LAPIKAS

5F. ANTAL LAPIKAS, born Namestovo 25-11-1879, deceased Laufenburg (D) 13-9-1950, mechanic. Unfortunately his last will stated that all his documents and photograhs be buried with him in his grave! Thus much interesting information has disappeared. He married Triberg (D) about 1909 JOSEPHINE STURM, born Schonach (D) 1886, deceased Triberg (D) 1945.

Antal Lapikás (1879-1950) and his grandchildren left to right: Rita Maria Lapikas (1936), Rolf Weber (1935), Heidi Weber (1941), Irene Lapikas (1924).
Photo: Triberg (D) about 1948.

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5G. JANOS LAPIKAS, born Namestovo 1882. His whereabouts are rather uncertain. He was in Triberg and Offenburg (D) in 1909, in Paris in Sept. 1910 probably with interruptions at least until 1928, when he was said to be a pharmacist there,[73] was listed as a polisher living in Budapest, Sólyom utca 22 in 1913,[74] About 1920 he was seen in Ujpest (H). Later he was seen twice in Budapest (1942).[75] He might have had two children and could have deceased in 1954, where is unknown. The Paris immigration/emigration authorities [76] do not have any record on him. He married (Paris?/Budapest?) 1910-1913 Stephanie Föhring, presumably daughter of Karoly Föhring, ironmonger and caretaker in Budapest, [77] and of Katalin Erditzky (Erlitzky), carpenter's wife (1879).[78]

Birth and baptisation registration in Namestovo d.d. 19/20-1-1882 of Janos Lapikas 1882-??) as son of Joannes Lapikass, and Theresia Pajdussak, living in house nr. 144 in Namestovo. Janos Lapikás (1882-??),
Photo: presumably Paris (F) about 1915.

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Stephanie Föhring and her son Imre Lapikás (1913-after 1963),
Photo : Farago National Fotoshop, Ujpest (H) 1918/19.
The Hungarian text on the back of the card reads: "Emlekül Ságaraninak és Sagybaisinak és családyarsak. Stefanie és Imre". Translation: "In memory of ..??.. Stefanie and Imre."
Back row left to right: the brothers Antal Lapikas (1879-1950), Pal Lapikas (1896-1967), Janos Lapikas (1882-??), Back row left to right: Anton Lapikas?, (1910-1956), Imre Lapikas? (1913-after 1963), Emilia / Maria Lapikas (1884-1950).
Photo: presumably Triberg (D), 1918/19.
The Hungarian text on the back of the card reads: "Emlèkül emnek. Janos". Translation: In memory of my?? Janos."

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5H. LAJOS LAPIKAS, born Losoncz (Lucenec) (SK) 6-7-1887, deceased Den Haag (NL) 7-11-1927. He arrived in june 1904 in Germany, searching for a job. Via Passau, Stuttgart, Mainz and Bingen he arrived in july 1904 in Hamburg, where he was a saddlers' mate with the firm Junge until december 1904. Then he has got permission to sign on a ship, with which he arrives in january 1905 in Antwerpen (B). There he is a painters' mate until march 1905, after which he is employed as a mechanic by the firm Otto in Bruxelles (B), a technical firm with branches all over Europe. In 1908, 1909, 1910 he repeatedly receives calls for conscription in the Austrian-Hungarian army, but after initial deferment he manages to obtain a final rejection. He stays a central heating technician until Belgium gets involved in World War I at 2 August 1914. At 7 August he flees to the Netherlands and stays in refugee camps until october 1915. Then at 26 october 1915 he becomes again a central heating technician (chef in august 1920) with the firm Slotboom in Den Haag, where he stays until his death. In january 1918 his wife also arrives with the two children from Belgium in Den Haag. He married Tienen (B) 15-10-1910 HORTENSE VANHOUW, born Tienen (B) 2-12-1884, deceased Rijswijk 25-1-1970, servant, daughter of Theodore Vanhouw, tailor, and Jeannette Coelst, tailoress in Tienen(B).[81]

Wedding picture of Lajos Lapikás (1887-1927) and Hortense Vanhouw (1884-1970). At her lap their 3 months old daughter Jeanne Alphonsine Louise Lapikás (1910-1998).
Photo Tienen (B) 1910.
Children of the couple Lapikás-Vanhouw : from left to right Marie Therese Lapikás (1911-2000), Hortense Johanna Lapikás (1923), Jeanne Alphonsine Louise Lapikás (1910-1998), Louis Willem Lapikás (1919-2001).
Photo probably The Hague (NL) about 1926.

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Wedding picture of Jacobus J. Groen (1912-1996) and Jeanne Alphonsine Louise Lapikás (1910-1998).
Photo : Modern, The Hague, 1940.

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USA branch I --- LAPEKAS

5I. JOSEPH LAPIKAS (LAPEKAS), born/baptised Namestovo (SK) 8/9-2-1883, deceased Dowagiac, Cass, Michigan / Decatur, Vanburen, Michigan 22/25-3-1955 ,[89] leaves Hamburg on board of the vessel Pennsylvania of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft) that departs Hamburg on 14-2-1903 and arrives in New York on 1-3-1903, went to Lockport (IL), then to Chicago (IL) in 1906, changed his name to LAPEKAS (between 1909 (death of his first child) and 1920[90]), returned three times to Zagreb to bring to the USA his father Stephan, brothers Ignatz and Lukas and sister Helen, while his mother Anna and sister Verona stayed in Zagreb, listed in the 1910 USA Federal Census as Joseph Lapikas (Lapekas), age 27, together with his wife Wilma Lapikas (Lapekas), age 21, one child, living in Allegan, Michigan, was farmer in Wayland (MI) (1915), listed in the 1920 USA Federal Census as Joe Lapekas, age 36, together with his wife Vilma Lapekas, age 32, and 6 children, living in Van Buren, Michigan, listed in the 1930 USA Federal Census as Joseph Lapikas (Lapekas), age 47, together with his wife Wilma P. Lapikas (Lapekas), age 41, and 9 children, living in Van Buren, Michigan, carpenter (1955), listed in the 1940 USA Federal Census as Joseph Lapikas, farmer, age 57, born Czechoslovakia, together with his wife Wilama NN, age 52, born Czechoslovakia, sons Theodore Lapikas, age 18, Stanley Lapikas, age 16, and daughter Agnes Lapikas, age 13 (all born in Michigan), living in Decatur, Van Buren, Michigan married County of Cook RC St. Procopine Church 10-2-1907 (on marriage license 8-2-1907),[91] [92] WILMA PAULINA MIHALYAK (MI(C)HALEK, MIHALJAK), born Banska Bystrica (SK) or Uratka 28-5-1888, deceased/buried Paw Paw, Van Buren, Michigan /Decatur, Michigan 14/18-12-1961,[93] [94] emigrated to the USA in 1904. They lived in Michigan: Allegan (1910), Wayland (1915), Van Buren (1920-1930), Decatur 1940 till death.

The passenger record for the departure of the vessel Pennsylvania of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft) on 14-2-1903 off Hamburg reads:[95]
Josef Lapikas, 18 years old, single, Residence: Namesto, Ethnicity/Nationality: Hungarian, Occupation: farmer (Landmann), labourer (Tagelöhner), Accommodation: middeck.
The passenger record for the arrival on 1-3-1903 in New York reads:[96]
Josef Lapikus, farmer, 18 years old, single, nationality: Hungarian, Slovak, Residence Nameszto. His destination is Box 743, Lockport (IL), where he will join his uncle Ignatz Lapikas.
On 13-9-1904 arrived at New York on board the vessel Kronprinz Wilhelm from Bremen, Germany Vilma Mihalyak, maid servant, 16 years old, single, nationality: Hungary, Slovak, last place of residence Ruttka. Her destination is Dekoan Str. 127, Chicago (IL), where she will join her aunt Elisabeta Migra. [97]

5J. IGNAC (IGNATZ, JAMES/JIM) LAPIKAS/LAPEKAS, born Zupanja (CR) 29-7-1891, deceased Jan. 1967[136], was as a young man apprentice on fishing boats primarily on the Sava from Zagreb to the Danube, left Yugoslavia about 1903/04 and went to Lockport to join his father, worked on the railroad in Chicago the first day he arrived,[137] changed his name to LAPEKAS (before 1910),[138] listed in the 1910 USA Federal Census as Jim Lapikas (Lapekas), age 23, together with his wife Helen Lapikas (Lapekas), age 20, no children, living in Allegan, Michigan, listed in the 1920 USA Federal Census as Ignac Lapekas, age 33, together with his wife Helen Lapekas, age 30, and 4 children, living in Decatur, Van Buren, Michigan, listed in the 1930 USA Federal Census as James Lapikas, age 45, together with his wife Helen Lapikas, age 40, living in Van Buren, Michigan, listed in the 1940 USA Federal Census as Ignac Lapikas, farmer, age 53, born Yugoslavia, together with sons Carl Lapikas, age 13, and Andrew Lapikas, age 8, (both born in Michigan), living at Blade and Dine in Decatur, Van Buren, Michigan last residence Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo, MI) married 1o USA 1904-1909 (marriage dissolved by divorce) ,[139] HELENA SIMORADIK, born Vavrecka (SK) 6-6-1893, deceased/buried Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan / Decatur, Michigan 25/27-10-1960,[140] [141] left Vavrecka around 1907, boarded the ship Kaiser Wilhelm, which was sunk in a collision, but Helena survived,[142] listed as Hellen Lapekas, 54 years old, living in Precinct 16, Palm Beach, Florida, in the Florida State Census 1945, lived in Decatur, Van Buren, MI (1960) married 2o USA before 1967,[143] ANNA MIKLIK, born (SK) 11-8-1895, deceased/buried Alma, Gratiot, Michigan / St. Louis, Michigan 19/22-3-1960, dr. of John Miklik. He lives with his first wife in Michigan: Allegan (1910), Van Buren (1920-1930).

The vessel "La Lorraine".[144]
On 5-3-1904 arrived at New York on board the vessel M S La Lorraine from Le Havre, Seine-Inferior, France, Ignacz Lapikas, laborer, 18 years old, nationality: Hungary, Croatian, last place of residence Zupanje. His destination is Box 713, Lockport (IL) where he will join his father Stefan Lapikas [145]
Ignacz Lapikas (Lapekas) (5J) (1886-1967), son of Stephan Lapikas (4C) and Maria Kuczka, and his second wife Anna Miklik.
Photo: probably Kalamazoo (MI, USA) about 1960-1967.

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On 7-12-1906 arrived at New York on board the vessel Kaiser Wilhelm from Bremen, Germany, Helena Simoradik, 17 years old, single, nationality: Hungary, last place of residence Wavrecska, Hungary.[146]

Draft registration card of Ignac Lapekas.[147]
He is born 29-7-1891 (sic!) in Yugoslavia, lives permanently in Kalamazoo, but presently (1942) in Dana, Vermillion, Indiana working with Dupont in Newport.

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On 13-10-1909 arrived at New York on board the vessel Bremen, Germany, Ignaci Lapeikis, 18 years old. He is listed as one of the "Aleins held for special enquiry" [148] FIND more data on Ellisisland.com

USA branch I --- LAPEKES

5K. LUKA(S) (LOUIS, LEWIS) LAPIKAS (LAPEKES / LAPEKAS), born/baptised RC Zupanja (CR) 13/13-10-1894 (witness Ana (=Matyatya) wife of Franjo J(a)unicker, female laborer), deceased 27-3-1968[158] or 15-3-1968[159] , moved to the USA (1909), settled in Western Michigan on a farm, changed the name to LAPEKES because "he was teased by co-workers who called him Luk-ass Lapek-ass and he did not like the joke"[160] listed in the 1910 USA Federal Census as Lucas Lapikasz, single, born Austria, old 15 years, residence: Chicago Ward 29, Cook, Illinois, living apparently in the household of Charlie Duranczyk and Johanna Duranczyk, together with his father Steve Lapikasz, workman (1915) lives in 1412 W 19th Str. Chicago (1915), last residence (1968): Wayland, Allegan (MI, USA), married Chicago (IL) before 1915 ANNA ROSE ROKUS (ROKOS), born Chicago 24-1-1896, deceased/buried Grand Rapids/Wayland Twp., Kent, Michigan 10/14-2-1962,[161] was (together with her sister Mary and brother Edward) orphaned in 1902 and sent to live with relatives in Chicago,[162] daughter of Jan (John) Rokos (or Edward Rokus?) and Anna Zima (Zema). The couple Lapekes-Rokus lived in Wayland (MI).[163]

USA Federal Census 1930
Wayland, Allegan, Michigan: Lewis Lapekas, 34 years old, born Croatia, immigrated in 1902 (!), and his spouse Anna Lapekas (= Rokus) old 31 years, born Illinois, and children Lillian Lapekas (15), born in Illinois, Stephen Lapekas (13), born in Illinois, Edward Lapekas (11), born in Illinois, Charles Lapekas (9), born in Illinois, Roman Lapekas (7), born in Michigan, Fred Lapekas (5), born in Michigan, Lewis Lapekas (1), born in Michigan. Also living there his father Stephen Lapekas (73).

USA Federal Census 1940
Leighton, Allegan, Michigan: Louis Lapikas, farmer age 44, born Yugoslavia, together with his wife Anna NN, age 44, born Illinois, sons Charles Lapikas, age 19 does farming, Roman Lapikas, age 17 does farming, Fred Lapikas, age 15, Louis Lapikas, age 11, Howard Lapikas, age 9, Lawrence Lapikas, age 6, and daughter Lorraine Lapikas, age 3 (all children born in Michigan).


The vessel "Chicago".[164]
On 28-10-1909 arrived at New York on board the vessel Chicago from Le Havre, Seine-Inferior, France, Luka Lapicas, laborer, 16 years old, born Zupanja, single, nationality: Hungarian, Croatian, last place of residence Zupanja, where his nearest relative is his mother Maria Lapikas. His destination is Azland Av. H340, Chicago (IL), where he will join his father Stefan Lapikas. [165]

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Lukas Lapikas (1894-1968) and his wife Anna Rose Rokus (1896-1962).
Date: October 1956
Location: Wayland (MI, USA)
Source: Brendalynn Lapekes, 2017
Lukas Lapikas (1894-1968) and his wife Anna Rose Rokus (1896-1962).
Date: 1959/60
Location: unknown
Source: Brendalynn Lapekes, 2011

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Children of Lukas Lapekes and Anna Rose Rokus. Left to right:
Back: Edward Lapekes (1919-2000), Louis Lapekes (1928/29-2017), Charles Lapekes (1920-1982), Roman Lapekes (1922-2012), Fred Lapekes (1925-1997).
Front: Steven Lapekes (1917-2001), Lorraine Lapekes (1936/37-..), Lawrence Lapekes (1934-..), Lillian Lapekes (1915-..), Howard Lapekes (1931-..)
Photo: (Michigan) Sept. 1979
Source: Brendalynn Lapekes, 2000

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USA branch II --- LAPIKAS

5L. IGNAC (JAMES) LAPIKAS, born Namestovo (SK) 8-1-1897 [187] or 8-7-1898[188] , deceased July 1967[189] , was said to be robbed by Gypsies while he was driving a horse wagon through the Black Forest (would that be the German Black Forest?).[190] Ignac' family left for America in 1915. He stayed behind to care for an ailing grandfather (Josef?) who died about one year later. Ignac, age 18 and alone, booked passage on a ship bound for America in the summer of 1916. Upon arrival he changed his name to James Lapikas. He then joined his parents in Lockport (IL) and became bridge tender on the Jackson Street bridge in Joliet (IL). He also worked for the Texaco Company in Lockport (IL), and became involved in politics as a precinct committeeman. He lost his total savings of $1200 during the Great Depression. Later he was a local Democratic Party leader in Joliet, and worked in highway paving. He was listed in the 1920 USA Federal Census as Ignatz Lapikas Jr., age 21, , living in Will, Illinois, and in the 1930 USA Federal Census as Ignatius Lapikas, age 31, together with his wife Mary Lapikas, age 20, living in Will, Illinois, listed in the 1940 USA Federal Census as James Lapikas, bridge tender, age 41, born Czechoslovakia, together with his wife Mary NN, age 39, born Illinois, sons Joseph Lapikas, age 10, Michael Lapikas, age 5, John Lapikas, age 6 months, living in Meeker Avenue, Joliet (Will / IL), He founded an assistance organisation for immigrants, through which efforts he helped more than 400 displaced persons to become USA citizens. He also was owner of a tavern and a filling station.[191] He married before 1930 MARY L. SCHRAEDER, born Illinois 14-10-1909[192] , deceased Joliet, Will, Illinois 24-10-1996[193] .

At Dec. 1910 arrived in Baltimore on board the vessel Main from Bremen, Germany: Ignac Lapikas, 11 years old, single, able to read and write, Nationality: Slovak, his last place of residence: Hungary. His destination is Jolliet, Illinois. The name of his nearest relative is unreadable.[194] Apparently he travels together with (in custody of?) Maria Janoviak, 34 years old, married housewife, not able to read or write, Nationality: Slovak, her last place of residence: Hungary, where her nearest relative is John Jaghelk (Janoviak?). Her destination is Chicago, Illinois. In both cases the town of last residencee is the same but hardly readable (Nemilagto?).

COMMENT(¥); Possibly related to Joseph Janoviak (42) x Jennie Pajdusak (36), livng in Chicago, Cook, Illinois (1918).

5M. ANTHONY LAPIKAS, born Lockport (USA) 6-5-1908, deceased before 1997, does his first communion in Saint Dennis Catholic Church (Will County) in 1916. [197] listed in the 1920 USA Federal Census as Anthony Lapikas, age 11, living in Will, Illinois married MILDRED A. ("Noni") MCCLEARY, born 13-4-1913, deceased New Lenox, Will, Illinois 14-5-2009,[198] [199] lives in the house of her parents in law in Lockport (1997), in New Lenox (IL) (2009), daughter of Roy McCleary and Gladys Weaver.

Mildred A. McCleary (1913-2009).
Picture: Naperville, 1997
Source: Louk Lapikas, 1997

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OBITUARY - Mildred A. Lapikas "Noni" (McCleary) ---- Source: The Herald News 16,17-5-2009
Mildred A. Lapikas "Noni" (McCleary) - Age 96, of Lockport, went to be with her Lord on Thursday, May 14th, 2009. Nonie is survived by her loving family, children, Denny (Peggy) Lapikas, Patti (Bill) Hagarbome, grandchildren, Tracy (Eric) Nash, Derek (Lisa) Lapikas, Stephanie (Bill) Beckham, great-grandchildren, Conner, Kyle, Logan, Brady, Riley, Elliot, Lillie Grace, numerous nieces and nephews. Nonie was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and Gladys McCleary (nee Weaver), husband, Anthony Lapikas, sisters, Marion Johnson, Margaret Bolattino, and nephew, Roger Bolattino. Nonie was a very active life long member of Christ United Methodist Church in Lockport. Family will receive friends at the Goodale Memorial Chapel, 912 S. Hamilton Street, Lockport, Monday, May 18th, 2009 from 4 to 8 PM and again on Tuesday, May 19th, 2009 at Christ United Methodist Church, 224 Bruce Road, Lockport from 10:30 AM until time of funeral service at 11:00 AM. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers donations to Christ United Methodist Church or the Joliet Area Community Hospice would be appreciated. Goodale Memorial Chapel 912 S. Hamilton Street Lockport, IL 60441 (815) 838-1533

Yugoslavian branch --- LAPIKAS

5N. FRANJO LAPIKAS, born/baptised RC Zupanja 13/14-9-1899 (witness Franjo Klaric, mesari... parnocnick?)¥, deceased 1965, shoemaker (1919) from Zupanja, married Zupanja 19-1-1919 (witness Gjuro Kobateric, piuskatol? terci, & Stjepan Mesic, runstuut?) MARTA MATIJEVIC, born Zupanja 1897, deceased 1973, daughter of Ferdo Matijevic & Kata .. Tomasec.

COMMENT(¥); His baptisation record shows to badly readable remarks:
1. "vjuulet? .. Marta Matievic 19-1-1919" (marries (Zupanja?) 19-1-1919 Marta Matievic
2. "Preml u.. u .. 4 19... 13.. . 1899 u Zupanji" (??)


Foreground : Marta Matijevic (1897-1973), wife of Franjo Lapikas (5N).
Background standing from left to right : NN Lapikas, daughter of Franjo, her husband, their daughter, two other daughters of Franjo.
Picture on the wall : Franjo Lapikas (1899-1965) (5N), son of Lukas Lapikas (4E).
Photo: Zupanja (CR) 1972.
Standing from left to right : NN Lapikas, NN probably her husband, NN Lapikas, daughter of Franjo, NN Lapikas, daughter of Franjo.
Sitting : Franjo's wife Marta Matijevic (1897-1973), Franjo Lapikas (1899-1965). On their laps : probably two grandchildren.
Photo: Zupanja (CR), before 1965.

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Slovakian / USA branch --- LAPIKAS

5O. ANTON(IUS) LAPIKAS(S), born/baptised RC Klin/Zubrohlava 18/18-10-1874 (witness Josephus Rulyak? & Rosalia Buda), deceased/buried Podbrezova/Jasenie (district Valaska, CS) 1950 ?,[204] left Orava county and settled in Podbrezova (central Slovakia), gendarme in the Austrian-Hungarian military,[205] married Podbrezova (Valaska, CS) about 1902/03 (not found in Brezno 1902-1904) EMILIA (AMALIA, ILONA) LONGAVEROVA (LONGAUER), born/baptised RC Myto?/Brezno 7/11-9-1881 (witness Stephanus Svandsnic? & Susannna Pepich, deceased/buried Podbrezova/Jasenie (district Valaska, CS) 1950 ?[206], lives in Breprobary?? house nr. 85 (1902), daughter of Carolus Longauer famulus (=helper) (RC) and Susanna Stancsik (Aug. Conf.=Lutheran), living in Myto? in house nr. 49.

Anton Lapikas (1874-1950?).
Picture: Slovakia? about 1935?
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
and his wife Amalia (Ilona) Longaverova (1881-1950?).
Picture: Slovakia? about 1930-1940.
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009

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Family of Anton Lapikas and Amalia Longaverova.
Front row from left to right: Mari(n)a Lapikas (1904-1983), her son Viliam Lapikas (1921-1990), Amalia Longaverova (1881-1950?), Anton Lapikas (1874-1950?), Kamila Lapikas (1924-2003), Anton Lapikas (1912-1986), Anna Lapikas (1921-1993). Back row from left to right: Jozefina Lapikas (1918-after 1999), Yolana Lapikas (1914-1993), Margita Lapikas (~1910-??). Not on the picture are the two children Helen Lapikas (already in the USA) and Janko Lapikas (deceased about 1921).
Picture: Slovakia? about 1930
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009

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The vessel "Potomac".[212]
On 19-10-1921 Maria Lapikas, 18 years old, and Ilona Lapikas 16 years old, both maid, single and last living in Podbrezova, Czechoslovakian citizens, boarded in Bremen the vessel Potomac wit destination New York,[213] they arrive on 2-11-1921 in New York on board the vessel Potomac, from Bremen, Germany, and register as Maria Lapikas, 18 years old, single, born Predajna (CS), Ilona Lapikas, 16 years old, single, born Podbrezova (CS), both of Czechoslovakian nationality, last place of residence 55 Zvolenska Zupa, Podbrezova, Czechoslovakia, where their father is Anton Lapikas. Their destination is 222 W. 122 Str. New York City, where they will join their uncle Joe Lapikas. [214]

COMMENT(¥); Both girls lie a little bit about their age, actually they are 17 and 15, respectievely. Would this be to circumvent age rules for emigration or immigration?

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Helen Lapikas (1906-1972).
Picture: USA, about 1940-1945.
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
Stephen Michael Latza (1909-2003) and his wife Helen Lapikas (1906-1972), together with their two children left: Frank Victor Latza (1937) and right: Steve Latza (1939).
Picture: USA, about 1950.
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009

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Margita Lapikas (~1910-??).
Picture: no location and date known.
The Slovak text on the backside reads "In memory of Margita".
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009

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Left picture: Sisters Jolana Lapikas (1914-1993) (right) and Jozefina Lapikas (1918) (left) at the grave of their parents Anton Lapikas and Emilia Longaverova in the graveyard of Jasenie (8 km from Podbrezova).
Photo: NN Siakel, 31-10-1966
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
Right picture: Slovak text at the backside of the card.
Translation by Petra Lapikasova:
"These are the graves of our beloved parents in Jasenie. There are our sisters, the first one with kerchief is Jolka and the second one is Jozka. I dedicate to You in memory, from 31th october 1966. This is graveyard of Jasenie. This picture was taken during the summer holiday. Jozka's husband took the picture. Daniel"

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5P. SIMON LAPIKAS, born Klin (SK) 28-10-1880[229] [230] , deceased Sharpsville, Mercer (PA) 12-11-1974[231] , leaves Hamburg on board of the vessel Pennsylvania of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft) that departs Hamburg on 8-4-1905 and arrives in New York on 22-4-1905, laborer (1907, 1918), applied for US citizenship 14-5-1918, which was granted 5-5-1921, listed in the 1930 USA Federal Census as Simon Lapikas, age ~48, with wife Josephine NN, age ~43, living in Mercer, Pennsylvania, listed in the 1940 USA Federal Census as Simon Lapikas, farmer, age 59, born Slovakia, together with his wife Josephine NN, age 53, born Slovakia, sons Paul Lapikas, age 15, Milan Lapikas, age 12, James Lapikas, age 9, Steve Lapikas, weeder, age 25, and daughter-in-law Antonetta NN, age 21 (all born in Pennsylvania), living in South Pymatuning Township, Mercer, Pennsylvania, married Mercer (PA,USA) 27-5-1907 JOSEPHINE (JOZEFIN) BRASDOVITCH (BRASDOVIC, BRAZDOVIC), born Smolenice (SK) 21-01-1888 or 20-1-1888[232] , deceased Sharpsville, Mercer (PA) Jan. 1975,[233] housekeeper (1907), housewife (1911), daughter of William (Josef?) Brasdovitch and Helen Gasparich. Simon and Josephine emigrated to the USA on the vessel Pennsylvania, leaving Hamburg (D) at 7-4-1905 and arriving in New York (USA) 13-4-1905. Josephine returned to Europe several times with and without Simon, which probably explains why the first two children were born in Europe.[234] Also their daughter Edna says her mother has named Tranba as Edna's place of birth. They lived in Mahoning, Ohio (1920), Mercer (PA) (1930, 1940), later in Sharpsville.

The passenger record for the departure of the vessel Pennsylvania of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie (Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft) on 8-4-1905 off Hamburg reads:[235]
Simon Lapikocz (!), 25 years old, single, Residence: Klin, Ethnicity/Nationality: Hungarian, Occupation: farmer (Landmann), labourer (Tagelöhner), Accommodation: middeck.
The passenger record for the arrival on 22-4-1905 in New York reads:[236]
Simon Lapikocz, laborer, 25 years old, born in Klin, single, nationality: Hungarian, Slovak. His destination is Sharon (PA), where he will join his acquaintance Janos Lattyak.
The vessel Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse of the Nordd. Lloyd leaves Bremen on 10-10-1911. No passenger records are available.[237]
At 18-10-1911 arrived in New York on board the vessel Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse from Bremen, Germany: Josefina Lapikas, housewife, 24 years old, married, Hedwig Lapikas, 4 years old,
Irma Lapikas, 2 1/2 years old. All are of Hungarian, Slovak nationality, born in Szomolany (Hungary), also their last place of residence, where their nearest relative is her father Josef Brasdovic. Their destination is Sharpeville (Pa), where they will join her husband Simon Lapikas [238]

Simon Lapikas (1880-1974) and his wife Josephine Brasdovitch (1888-1975).
Photo: Pennsylvania, November 1968
Source: Helene Wright-Latza, 2009

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Unknown early people by the name Lapikas / Lapekas

5Q. LOUISE LAPEKAS, born (IN) 30-4-1910, deceased July 1985[255], could be her maiden name, last residence: South Bend, Saint Joseph (IN).

5R. CHARLOTTE L. LAPIKAS, born 25-2-1916[256] , deceased Freeport, Armstrong, Pennsylvania, United States of America 8-3-1997[257] , descendance unknown, probably her husband's surname, SSDI issued before 1951 (PA, USA), last residence Freeport (PA, USA).

5T. ANNIE LAPEKAS, registered in Oct-Nov-Dec 1908 in Derby, Derbyshire (UK).

5U. MARIA LAPIKAS, born Austria 1908/09, listed in the 1940 USA Federal Census as Maria Lapikas, factory worker, age 31, single, born Austria, living as a lodger in West 87 Street, Manhattan, New York.


References to the data of generation 5 are also
here
References Genealogy Lapikás --- Generation 5 ( 258 refs.)
References preceded by the ⇒ symbol refer to (clickable) external url's of which only the last part of the name is given.
Verkorte verwijzingsvormen voor veelgebruikte literatuur
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  2. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  3. Archives of the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Transylvania, Alba Iulia, Romania, research by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  4. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  5. Research in Romania by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  6. Archive Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania, research by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  7. Information from Levente Szarvas, 2009
  8. Information from Levente Szarvas, 2009
  9. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  10. Information from Levente Szarvas, 2009
  11. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  12. Information from Levente Szarvas, 2009
  13. Information from Judit Lapikas, 2012
  14. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  15. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  16. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  17. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  18. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  19. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  20. Information from Levente Szarvas & Margit Lapikas, 2009
  21. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  22. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  23. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  24. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  25. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  26. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  27. Hungaricana
  28. Ref. ???
  29. Archives of the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Transylvania, Alba Iulia, Romania, research by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  30. Archive Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania, research by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  31. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  32. Archive Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania, research by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  33. LDS
  34. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  35. The Canada Gazette, d.d. 9-7-1933
  36. see also ⇒ www.myheritage.com
  37. Canada Voters Lists
  38. 1921 Census of Canada
  39. Canada Voters Lists
  40. Staatsarchive Hamburg. 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 191, Seite 1648(Mikrofilm Nr. K_1800.
  41. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  42. Information from Clovis Lapikas, Montreal (CDN), 1984
  43. L'Ilustration Nouvelle 16-03-1939, Montreal
  44. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  45. ⇒ 3735947
  46. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  47. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  48. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  49. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  50. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  51. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  52. Information from Clothilde Lapikas-Rozzi, 1975
  53. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  54. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  55. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  56. Information from Albert A. Puskaric, 2009
  57. Journals of the House of Commons of Canada - First session of the twenty-sixth Parliament of Canada, 1964, ⇒ journalsofhouse110cana_djvu.txt
  58. ⇒ 82812_1992032303.pdf
  59. ⇒ Jean-Guy%20Lapikas
  60. ⇒ salonfuneraireberthiaume.com
  61. Research in Romania by Radu Butnariu, 2017
  62. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1981
  63. Hungaricana
  64. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  65. ⇒ egykori_konyvesboltjaink_-_2
  66. Dr. Arpad Kosztin, Chronicle of Cruelties, Romanian Mistreatment of the Hungarian Minority in Transylvania, translated from the Hungarian by Eva Barcza Bessenyey
  67. ⇒ hungary
  68. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  69. ⇒ classes.asp?classid=159
  70. Information from Sofie Weber-Lapikas, Triberg (D), 1982
  71. Information from Heidi Weber, 1977
  72. Information from Heidi Weber, Triberg (D), 1998
  73. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1981
  74. Budapest Addressbook 1913, Budapesti Czim- es Lakasjegyek.
  75. ⇒ cimtar
  76. Information from the late Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  77. Letter from Consulat General de France, Amsterdam, 1976
  78. Budapest Addressbook 1913, Budapesti Czim- es Lakasjegyek, ⇒ cimtar
  79. Hungaricana
  80. Information from Martha-Beatrix Lapikas, Brasov(RO), 1983
  81. Budapest City Archives, Criminal cases, Municipal Court, Criminele Litigation documenten, HU BFL - XXV.4.a - 1963 - 5357, ⇒ a111117.htm?v=pdf&a=start
  82. see also Kwartierstaat Lapikas, L. Lapikas, Muiden, 1998
  83. NRC, 29-6-1928, Het Vaderland 29-6-1928
  84. Het Vaderland, 8-6-1929
  85. NRC, 29-6-1928, Het Vaderland 29-6-1928
  86. Information from Adriaan Kuller, 2009
  87. ⇒ artikel03
  1. ⇒ bekijkpromotie.cfm?style=standaard&npromotieid=1991
  2. VV Journaal, dec. 1981, Den Haag
  3. Information from Mr. James M. Lapikas, Wisconsin, USA, 1996, and Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  4. Information from Andrew Lapekas, USA, 1997
  5. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  6. Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
  7. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997, and Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  8. Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995
  9. Staatsarchive Hamburg, 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 140, Seite: 292 Microfilm Roll Number: K_1777
  10. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  11. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  12. Information from Mr. James M. Lapikas, Wisconsin, USA, 1996
  13. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  14. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  15. "Illinois, Archdiocese of Chicago, Cemetery Records, 1864-1989," database with images, FamilySearch (⇒ TH-266-11578-135791-49?cc=1503083 : accessed 31 October 2016), 004401766 > image 3186 of 4246; Archidiocese of Chicago.
  16. see also Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  17. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  18. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  19. USA SSDI
  20. USA SSDI
  21. USA SSDI
  22. USA SSDI
  23. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997, and USA SSDI
  24. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  25. SSDI
  26. 4754 Thunderbird, Carole Stream, ILLINOIS 60188, USA
  27. 578 West Kings Avenue,Phoenix, ARIZONA 85023, USA
  28. 437 Ronald Drive, Addison, ILLINOIS 60101 USA
  29. USA SSDI
  30. USA SSDI
  31. 14532 SHADOW WOOD LN DELRAY BEACH, FL 33484, 407-498-8419
  32. Lombard, ILLINOIS, USA 60148, 1301 Finley Road # 308
  33. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  34. USA SSDI
  35. USA SSDI
  36. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  37. 1601 Westview Lane Lombard, ILLINOIS 60148, USA
  38. Fam. portrait
  39. 330 So. Burton Place Arlington Heights, IL 60005, USA
  40. 235 East Palatine Road Palatine, IL 60067, USA
  41. 330 So. Burton Place Arlington Heights, ILLINOIS 60005, USA
  42. USA SSDI
  43. USA SSDI
  44. 23 Autumn Lane, Streamwood, IL 60107-2886
  45. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  46. USA SSDI
  47. USA SSDI
  48. USA SSDI
  49. Descendants of Joseph Lapekas, compiled by Stanley Lewis and Sean Philip Lapekas, Kalamazoo, 1997
  50. USA SSDI
  51. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  52. Information from Andrew Lapekas, USA, 1997
  53. Information from Ramona Lapekas de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  54. Information from Andrew Lapekas, USA, 1997
  55. Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995
  56. Information from Andrew Lapekas, USA, 1997
  57. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
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  59. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  60. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  61. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards
  62. ⇒ www.ancestry.com
  63. see also Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  64. USA SSDI
  65. USA SSDI
  66. USA SSDI
  67. USA SSDI
  68. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  69. USA SSDI
  70. USA SSDI
  71. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  72. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  73. USA SSDI
  74. Information from Shelly Anderson, MI, USA, 1999
  75. see also The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  76. ⇒ mb.ashx
  77. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  78. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  79. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  80. Information from Jason Lapekes, 1997
  81. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  82. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  83. USA SSDI
  84. ⇒ telfor8168nob.txt
  85. ⇒ jfobt.php?pageselect=obit&id=733
  86. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  87. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  1. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  2. USA, SSDI
  3. Information from Susan Lorraine Lapekes, 2000
  4. USA, SSDI
  5. USA SSDI
  6. USA SSDI
  7. USA SSDI
  8. USA, SSDI
  9. Information from Shelly Anderson, MI, USA, 1999
  10. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  11. ⇒ 304069981
  12. Information from Shelly Anderson, MI, USA, 1999
  13. The Family of Louis Lapikas, by Brendalynn K. Eustice-Lapekes, 2000
  14. Naturalisation request USA
  15. USA SSDI
  16. USA SSDI
  17. Information from John F. Lapikas, Joliet (IL), 1997
  18. Information from John F. Lapikas, Joliet (IL), 1997
  19. USA SSDI
  20. USA SSDI
  21. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  22. see also Information from John F. Lapikas, Joliet (IL), 1997
  23. 607 TANA LN JOLIET, IL 60435-5111, 815-729-1749
  24. Will County, Illinois, Saint Dennis Catholic Church Vital Records, 1852-1951
  25. SSDI
  26. ⇒ Mildred-Lapikas-85995347
  27. Information from John F. Lapikas, Joliet (IL), 1997
  28. ⇒ Class%20of%201964.htm
  29. ⇒ obituary.aspx?n=william-hagarbome&pid=174156722#sthash.LrEK8jmr.dpuf
  30. Information from Ramona Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1997
  31. Information from Milan Lapikas, Tomasovce (SK), 1997
  32. Information from Ramona-Lapekas-de Cajigas, 1999
  33. ⇒ www.familysearch.com
  34. Information from Milan Lapikas, Tomasovce (SK), 1997
  35. Information from Pavel Pajdusak, Bratislava (SK), 1999, and Ramona-Lapekas-de Cajigas, USA, 1999
  36. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  37. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  38. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
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  40. ⇒ www.passagierlisten.de
  41. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  42. ⇒ www.familysearch.com
  43. Information from Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
  44. SSDI
  45. ⇒ www.familyserach.org
  46. Information from Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
  47. Information from Helene Wright-Latza, 2009
  48. Information from Petra Lapikasova, Bratislava
  49. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  50. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  51. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  52. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  53. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  54. Information from F. Kutlik (USA), 2002
  55. Information from F. Kutlik (USA) and B. Kleinova (Bratislava), 2003
  56. Genealogy Simon Lapikas and Josephine Brasdovitch, by James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  57. USA SSDI
  58. USA SSDI
  59. USA SSDI
  60. from USA social security records
  61. Information from James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  62. Staatsarchive Hamburg. 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 165, Seite 725(Mikrofilm Nr. K_1788.
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  65. ⇒ www.ellisislandrecords.org
  66. Genealogy Simon Lapikas and Josephine Brasdovitch, by James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  67. USA SSDI
  68. USA SSDI
  69. USA SSDI
  70. USA SSDI
  71. Genealogy Simon Lapikas and Josephine Brasdovitch, byJames Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  72. Information from James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 2000
  73. ⇒ James-Zeka-1929-753235221
  74. Genealogy Simon Lapikas and Josephine Brasdovitch, by James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  75. Genealogy Simon Lapikas and Josephine Brasdovitch, by James Simon Lapikas, Sharpsville (USA), 1998
  76. USA SSDI
  77. USA SSDI
  78. Information from David J. Lapikas, USA, 1999
  79. Information from David J. Lapikas, USA, 1999
  80. ⇒ moreJohnLapikas.htm
  81. Information from David J. Lapikas, USA, 1999
  82. USA SSDI
  83. USA SSDI
  84. USA SSDI

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