At left, a closeup of the area around Botpalad. In 19th century records, Botpalad was abbreviated "B.palad."
Moritz's father was Ferencz Farkas and his mother was Sara (Hermina) Gross, as shown in the excerpt below. Way over to the right on the photo is the notation "B.palad." Bingo!
Botpalad has a statue of Kossuth Lajos (left), one of the heroes of the Hungarian independence movement.
And Moritz's children were active in the Kossuth Association in New York City, as I've written in earlier posts.