Serbisch-Itebe (German)
Serbische Itebe (German)
Serbische Ittebe (German)
Szerb-Ittebe (German)
Ittebe (Szerb-) / Itebe (German)
Rácz Ittebe (Hungarian)
Felsőittebe (Hungarian)
Szerbittebe (Hungarian)
Ungarisch Itebe (Hungarian)
Srpski Itebej, Serbia (Official)

Village at a glance . . .

bullet Srpski Itebej is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Žitište municipality, Central Banat District, Vojvodina province, about 5km from the Romanian border. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and a population of 2,405 (2002 census).
bullet North of Großbetschkerek
bullet Roman Catholic Church may be final parish of Pardan.
bullet Rácz Ittebe in the LDS FHL Microfilm holdings of the 1828 Census of Hungary
bullet Ittebe (Szerb-) in the 1877 (Dvorzsák) gazetteer of Hungary (Hungarian)
bullet Felsőittebe in the 1913 Hungarian Gazetteer of Hungary (Hungarian)
bullet Szerb-Ittebe in the Landowners and leaseholders in Hungary, 1895
bullet Idebe (Source: [Beczkereker District] 1769-72 Josephinische Landaufnahme - Map Section 64)


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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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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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