Add records from Sväty Kríž which was renamed by the Communists as Žiar nad Hronom.
A local man from Slovakia has found my grandfather only in Slovakia state archive records and records in Banská Bystrica. He has asked me to communicate that no Catholic Church records exist on Family Search for the village of Sväty Kríž which was renamed by the Communists in the 1950s to Žiar nad Hronom, Slovakia. He noted that there are repeating records of a neighboring village, Horné Opatovce. He is wondering why the oversight? The attached documents are directly from the Slovakia archives. They represent pieces of information missing from FamilySearch. We are hoping this information if added helps many others who are searching for ancestry information in this region. We commend you for all the free resources. Your service greatly enriches the family connection. Thank you.
Film 5014233 item 1 is (Bars- or Garam-) Szentkereszt Roman Catholic deaths/burials 1865-1896 (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GTML-4JF?i=6&cc=1554443&cat=1158805), but there's some serious miscataloging going on here: items 2 to 5 on that film, which are also listed under Felsőapáti RC, are actually the Jewish registers from Szentkereszt.
Part of the confusion likely stems from municipalities combining; the catalog says "In 1969, Horné Opatovce merged into Žiar nad Hronom", but that can't be the whole story, given that Garammindszent (Vieszka) and Ladomér were rather between them.
(Unfortunately, the Community software's appetite for images still hasn't been cured, so your documents are permanently blue boxes with hourglasses. If you stick to a single image per message, it usually currently works. Knock on wood.)
To add just a bit to @Julia Szent-Györgyi's comments - I find that a copy/paste of an image (using Window's snipping tool or a similar app) almost always works for including images. Uploading an image, using the "upload image" option at the bottom of this box, almost never works.
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