ⓘ Veges

                                     

ⓘ Veges

The Veges family originates from the Sibiu area of Transylvania, Romania.

Some members of the family moved to Cluj-Napoca, in Transylvania, where they remained for two generations, until the last members of the family emigrated to Germany and the United States.

Writing names above in the Hungarian language. Given its origins in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the name has gone through some transformations, mainly through magyarization.

                                     
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