KISS Rosalia arrived Ellis Island April 6, 1910 on the ship Pannonia from the Port of Fuime. She was 10, female, single from the village of Nagyszelmencz, Hungary. She came from her grandmother CSUPRAK Mihalyne in Nagyszelmencz. She went to her sponsor, her father, Istvan Kiss, 3rd Avenue, Homestead, PA.
Traveling with her from Nagyszelmencz were:
NAGY Julianna, 36, and daughter Margit, 6, going to Cleveland, Ohio
KELENY Maria, 11, and KELENY Erzsebet, 9, going to New York.
The 1910 Census, taken April 26, 1910 in Homestead , PA shows Rosaie is in the home of her parents, Stephen and Juliann Kish, 472 West 3rd Avenue, with her sisters Juliann, 5, born Hungary, and Elizabeth, 2, born PA. Also in the home is a boarder named CUPRAK Peter.
The village Nagyszelmencz, Ung Megye, Hungary is today called Velke Slemence, Slovakia. A border crossing was opened Dec. 2005 allowing the residends to visit their relatives, only a few feet away in the village that was known as Kisszelmencz, Hungary. It is in the Ukraine, today.