Ancestors of the Segula family

It is a pleasure to introduce you to the Segula project.

The ancestors came from the area around Ptuj, Lower Styria, Slovenia.

Short and compact about the ancestors:

The family tree goes back to 1610.

The ancestors moved several times.

In 1728 Marco Segula bought the farm in the village of Slavšina, Sveti Andraž.

Aloys Segula, born in 1839, served as a soldier, the elite unit Jäger, Austrian Empire.

Maria Segula, born in 1847, married her cousin Andreas Lovrenz. They have received a marriage license from the bishop’s ordinariate. Andreas served as a soldier, the 47th Infantry Regiment, Austrian Empire.

Martin Segula, born in 1844, was a beekeeper. The Styrian Beekeepers association has appointed him as a beekeeping promoter for Slavšina and its surroundings.

Martin Segula, born in 1883, worked in Leoben, Upper Styria. When he had earned enough money, he returned and opened a wheelwright’s workshop.

A book with over 200 pages was printed.

We created and printed a great Family Tree.

Other surnames appearing on the family tree: Bolekovič, Goričan, Lorec, Lovrenc, Malec, Pučko, Zelenko, Firbas, Roškar, Širmec, Schreibmayer, Toš, Pregafner, Rižnar, Nedelko, Jurančič, Simonič, Kopinovac etc.