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Lenauheim (German)
Schadat, Schaddat (German)
Tschatad (German)
Csátád, Csatad, Csadat (Hungarian)
Schadat, Schatad (Romanian)
Cetad, Cetat (Romanian)
Lenauheim, Romania (Official)
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Catholic Church Name

1. Johann von Nepomuk;

2. H l. Jungfrau Theresia

branch of Hatzfeld*

 

Village at a glance . . .

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DVHH Village Coordinator: Jody McKim Pharr; Diana Lambing

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DVHH Village Site: www.dvhh.org/lenauheim

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Located in Timis Judet/County, Romania

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Catholic Church name: 1.Johann von Nepomuk; 2.H l. Jungfrau Theresia, branch of Hatzfeld*

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Genealogical Records - Church records available at LDS - FHC; Microfilm Nr. :
064  RO - Lenauheim: B. 1767-1835, M. 1767-1835, D. 1767-1849

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HOG Web Site: www.lenauheim.de

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Lookups Guide: Jody McKim - Lenauheim/Tschatad Heimatbuch by Bräuner, Hans 1982. 642 households, 1944/45 list; 1951 Deportees to Baragan Steppe list.

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Lenauheim was among 190 villages affected by the deportation to the Bărăgan in 1951.

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Lookups Guide: Self Lookups provided by Jody McKim - 1767 Town Map & Settlers List.

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Lookups Guide: Jody McKim - The Lenauheim Family book on CD by Stefan Stader & Peter Tarnai/Taugner consist of about 500 pp and cover the time period 1767-1835/1835/1849

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Lookups Guide: John Busch - Familienbuch of the parish of Lenauheim.  C-D 2nd is a work by Gerhardt Hochstrasser (original settlers) Pub. 2004

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The Lenauheim Family book on CD by Stefan Stader & Peter Tarnai/Taugner Purchase CD $20 - contact: Dave Dreyer

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Birthplace of Hans Wolfram Hock

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Birthplace of Nikolaus Lenaul

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2005 Trip to Banat 2005 (Kleinbetschkerek & Lenuaheim) - Kyle S. Goodmann

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Lenauheim Videos on YouTube, submitted by Rosemarie Stefan (Montreal, Canada): www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpXHezbtZyk; 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF4WjWHYO30; 3: www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLYJCr3Fm9Q

 

Last updated: 21 Feb 2012
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English: County
Hungarian: Megye
Romanian: Judet
Serbian:
Okpry
German: Grafschaft

Torontál county was located in the Banat region. It shared borders with the Kingdom of Serbia and the Hungarian counties Szerém, Bács-Bodrog, Csongrád, Csanád, Arad and Temes (the first county was part of Croatia-Slavonia). The river Danube formed its southern border, the river Tisza its western border, and the river Maros its northern border.

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Village prefix & suffix translations

Ger. Rom.
or Ser.
Hun. Eng.
Alt vechi/veche O Old
burg cetate var burg
Deutsch German nemet(s) German
dorf sat falva village
gross mare nagy large
haus casa haza house
klein mic(a) kis small
neu nou/noua uj new
sankt sin/san szent saint

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