On the baptism record of Susanna Malek on 23 November 1852 at Myjava, her parents are given as Jann Malek and Kater. Polak, with godparents Daniel Sadlec and Katheryna Ranant. This baptism is from the Slovak Lutheran (Evangelium) church. However there is no marriage for this couple at Myjava or Tura Luka. This couple appears in the 1869 census at Myjava [FHL Film #2187396] as:
Name, Birth Year, Church, Marital Status, Profession
Jan Malek, born 1801, Ev. Av., ženatý, rolnik. [protestant, married, tenant farmer]
žena, Katherina Polák, born 1814 [wife]
Anna, dcéra, born 1843 [daughter] [cross out in record]
Katerina, dcéra, born 1852, vydatá [married, ostensibly to Daniel]
Daniel Polák, muŕ [??] Katherina, b. 1840, ženatý
Zuzanna, dcéra, born 1853, slobodá [single]
Alžbeta, dcéra, born 1858, slobodá [single]
Now, I don't speak or read Slovak. That was my late grandmother's job. So, I do everything with a dictionary. As we can also see, census reports are f**ked up no matter what country you find yourself in. The birth years of Jan and Katherina seem to be off by a generation. I have Jan baptized at Myjava on 24 February 1827, son of Jan and Anna (Galik) Malek. In any case, without a marriage or death record naming her parents, there is no corresponding baptism for Katharina. It should be noted that Susanna's daughter, Kristina's baptism has as godparents Katherina Malek and Stefan Polak in 1878. This may well be she again. I tried trolling through the Myjava death records on microfilm, but the town was much larger than I anticipated and I could hardly get through a few years in several hours.
So, for now, this is the only triple great grandparent for whom I lack both parents. Of course, if the dates in the census are correct, then I have the wrong parents for Jan and need to rethink this whole part of my ancestry.