The next two women have fathers but can't be properly placed in the correct family. This is a case where all the names are too common.
The baptism of Jan (in Latin as Joannes) Chodur-Janowych on 22 September 1838 at Vrbovce shows his parents are Paullus et uxor Elisabetha Tomecsek. This record agrees with the marriage at the same place on 29 September 1834 [in Latin] of: honestus juvenis paulus, Joannis Chodur coloni in vico Choduri uniquentem filius sponsa virgo Elisabetha, Joannis Tomascek in vivi v Tomscesku filia 18 annorum. Translation: the [male] youth Paul, the only son of John Chodur residing in this city and his spouse, the maiden Elizabeth, daughter of John Tomecek, also a resident, aged 18 years.
So we have an Elizabeth born about 1816, daughter of Jan. However, there are a number of Elizabeths born to Jans at that time period. One possibility is the Elizabeth born on 9 February 1820 and who died on 20 August 1870, daughter of Jan Tomeček and Anna Petrakova/Petracka alias Kutalkova. The last couple were married on 19 July 1807. This came from a report that the Bratislava Archives did for a cousin of mine who shares this line. However, 14 is really, really, on the young side for marriage. I could buy 16, but not 14. And later, I found out it didn't agree with the census.
The 1869 census in Vrbovce (FHL Film # 2192677) for this couple has the following:
Pavel Janovich Dolinsky, b. 1815, ženatý, rolnik
Manželka, Beta, b. 1809, vydatá [wife]
syn Jan b. 1839, ženatý [son]
manželka Anna, b. 1849, vydatá [his wife]
druty syn Pavel, b. 1842 [second son]
treti syn Jura, b. 1856 [third son]
So, her marriage record says she was 18 (b. ca. 1816), but the census makes her seven years more than that. His (Paul's) age is closer to the 1817 baptism I have for him. In any case, we know her father's name. So she's half way there.