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Nagy Genealogy & History

Nagy is a Hungarian surname, properly pronounced nawdge, like nudge with the u replaced by the au from faucet, rather than nay-gee. It comes from the Hungarian word for large or great, which are closely associated words and concepts in many languages. Nagy family history starts in America with Stephan Nagy, who was naturalized in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in 1889. A few members of Nagy genealogy are operatic tenor Robert Nagy, Indians pitcher Charles Nagy, Hungarian Prime Minister Imre Nagy, Harvard University classics professor Gregory Nagy, Hungarian Defense Minister and General Vilmos Nagy, and World Organization of the Scout Movement Secretary General Laszlo Nagy.

Nagy Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Abraham Nagy-- --, 1928September 19,2006NY
Balas Nagy-- --, 1884July ,1971MI
Calman Nagy-- --, 1924July 9,2001IN
Daisy Nagy-- --, 1928January 22,2009PA

Nagy Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Nagy-- --, 1910February 14,1996Springdale,AR
Fabian Nagy-- --, 1906April 11,1992Bronx,NY
Gabor Nagy-- --, 1886September ,1971Camillus,NY
H Andrew Nagy-- --, 1921July 3,2001Mesa,AZ

Nagy Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bruce NagyLisa BrownOctober 16,1976Dallas, TX
Clint NagyJennifer ValdezApril 14,2000Travis, TX
Dirk NagyJanice SkwarikMay 22,2000Harris, TX
Edward NagyJulie DevolderMarch 16,2002Williamson, TX

Most Common Surnames After Nagy

1874th: Paris1875th: Milton
1876th: Kearns1877th: Bliss
1878th: Graf1879th: MacKenzie
1880th: Abernathy1881st: Schuler
1882nd: Hargrove1883rd: Willoughby

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