|Name Alajos Dravecz|
Alajos Drávecz (Slovene: Alojz Dravec) (November 29, 1866 – August 28, 1915) Slovenian ethnologist and writer.
Born in Rábatótfalu (now Szentgotthárd). His parents were István Drávecz and Rozália Korpics. The young Drávecz and his wife emigrated to the USA, then came back to Hungary, and settled down in Rábakethely (now Szentgotthárd).
In 1915 Drávecz joined the forces and call out in North-Hungary (Slovakia), later in Moravia. He was killed in Lipník nad Bečvou, near Olomouc.
Drávecz noted down the Slovene popular costume in the Luca day, and the Andrew day, and folk songs.