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Mansion Franklinovsky - Necpaly
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Manor Necpaly (Franklinovský)

Franklinovský mansion on the upper end of the village still inhabited until mid 70th the last century. Those interested are also inaccessible, is fenced mesh fence. It has a new shingle roof and one Slovak Matica. The mansion is stored in Horice remains Franklinovskej family members. In one of the graves are buried together Justh father Dionysus with his illegitimate son, the first Franklin, Benjamin, later inherit two manors. Dionysus is Justh as military attache in Paris, had an illegitimate son of an illegitimate granddaughter of U.S. diplomat Benjamin Franklin, which have led to Necpál, where the family but was not adopted as his Justhovcov. Some of these categories of information are "apparently". Such are the complicated family relationships Justhovcov Franklinovcov.

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Uploaded: 24/06/2012
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