The second woman is very similar to the first. Both are named Alžbeta, both had fathers named Jan, and both lived in Vrbovce. On the baptism record of Anna Valúch-Malarik on 22 January 1849, her parents are given as Jan Valuk and Beta Valuska. Her godparents were Thomas Marcuk and Anna Matulka. This agrees with the marriage record of 31 January 1848 of Janos Valúch, son of Janos Valúch nak Valuchoke, 22 cives [years old] and Erzebek, Valúch Janovek u Valuchabany a 18 civis.
So we are looking for an Elisabeth (Alžbeta) born about 1830, daughter of a Jan Valúch who married Jan Valúch-Malarik, ostensibly a cousin. This couple I couldn't find in the 1869 census in Vrbovce. The groom gives age 22, which accurately matches the baptism on 9 January 1826 of Joannes son of Joannes Waluch and Anna Skot. A couple born in 1826 and 1830 should be in the 1869 census, but maybe not.
This also shows the use of the Slovak double name. This was a way of distinguishing families of the same name, especially when the given names of Jan and Pavel were used so often. So, there must have been so many households with a Jan Valuch, that he adopted Valuch-Malarik. Malarik was his paternal grandmother's maiden name. Evidently Valuch-Skok was already taken. The conseuqences is that we have too many Elisabeths daughters of Jan born in the neighborhood of 1830 to distinguish our specific one. Another death record is needed.