- From: tomk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (tom)
- Date: 6 Aug 2011 07:59:02 -0700
just a guess, but it looks like the german habit of running words together, where it is composed of two words, "schulte" and "buda". buda, of course, is part of the capital of hungary, budapest. possibly, "alte" was transcribed, somewhere along the way as "schulte"?
obuda ("old buda") had a jewish population going back to before the turkish conquest:
tom klein, toronto
Nurit Kraus-Friedberg <mrskfteacher@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In looking at some ships' manifests for relatives I came across a town~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
named Schultebuda. I've never heard of it and couldn't find it on JewishGen
or Google or Ancestry. Does anyone know where this town is/was?
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