Jele Vrsalovic'

Brief Life History of Jele

When Jele Vrsalovic' was born about 1876, in Povlja, Split-Dalmatia, Croatia, her father, Vicko Vrsalovic', was 26 and her mother, Sima Vrsalovic', was 23. She died on 28 July 1972, at the age of 97, and was buried in Povlja, Split-Dalmatia, Croatia, Yugoslavia.

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Family Time Line

Vicko Vrsalovic'
1851–1938
Sima Vrsalovic'
1855–1909
Tone Vrsalovic'
1874–1969
Jele Vrsalovic'
1876–1972
Blaz Vrsalovich
1883–1976
Mate Vrsalovich
1890–1983
Vincent Vrsalovich
1893–1963

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    World Events (2)

    1918

    Croatia joins the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

    1941

    World war II. A 'Greater Croatia' is formed under Nazi advisement, comprising of Croatia, most of Bosnia, and western Serbia. A fascist puppet government is installed under Ante Pavelic. The regime acts brutally against Serbs and Jews as it seeks to create a Catholic, all-Croat republic. Hundreds of thousands lose their lives.

    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Polish Henryk, Jerzy, Jozef, Lucyna, Stanislaw.

    Slovenian, and Czech; Polish (Jeleń); Slovak (Jeleň): nickname from Slovenian and Czech jelen, Polish jeleń, Slovak jeleň ‘(deer) stag’. Compare Deer , Jellen , and Yellen .

    Jewish (from Poland; Jeleń): from the same Polish word as 1 above, used as a calque of the Yiddish personal name Hirsh (see Hirsch ).

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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