Mrs. Lola-Demeter's first name and year and place of birth are not specified
When the front crossed the region and everything was burned down, Lolová-Demetrová was living with her husband, young son and other members of the extended family in the forge. But the young couple had no privacy, so Vasil Demeter built a house for them. Lolová-Demetrová kept chickens and maintained good relations with the Roma and non-Roma. She recounted disputes with uncle Petres, who threw stones at her chickens. He even sent his daughter-in-law to beat her up, but Mrs. Lolová-Demetrová said she showed her the door. She supposed that her husband's father was envious of him for having such a hard-working and resourceful daughter-in-law.
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