I'll give it a try.
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Anna, with a similar last name is listed 54 times in the following books.
Vital • Slovakia Church and Synagogue Books, 1592-1935
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unfortunately I not really can help, but here are some thoughts.
May I ask what are the sources of the names? Are these records written records or were the names a kind of oral history in your family? Often the writing in the records is so bad that there are also mistakes in reading them. Maybe you can send a link to the records you have in mind and we can try to read?
In case of noble families it is always a chance to find something about them in old publications.
Unfortunately old books about noble families in English language are limited, but there are a lot, for example, in German.
For polish noble families this book might be interesting.
This publication is from 1900 and it lists names of polish noble families and from where they come from or where their properties where located. The name Gregorowski is not among them, but Gregorski. So maybe this can be a start to find something?
The castle in Stara Lubovna, or in German Lublau, was for the time you are looking for not really occupied. At least the several old books with the history of the castle do not mention a name of a family who lived there at that time. So the person you have in mind was maybe a kind of administrator? Also, often noble men were in the military and can be found in military records.
Since it looks that the parish registers from Stará Ľubovňa are online, did you search them for maybe the names or your Baron or maybe variants of all? Maybe there are family members of this noble family mentioned in the records.
I hope it helps.
The source information about the Baron is clearly written. It does not add anything more. I will check the resource list that you provided. Thanks.
Baron / Báron / Baran are also family names in the area.
That is an interesting thought, and another avenue to explore. Thanks..
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