Mramorak (German)
Homokos (Hungarian)
Mramorak, Serbia (Official)

Village Coordinator:
David Kemle


Village at a glance . . .

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Village of South Banat District (Vojvodina: The Serbian Banat, which is located in the western part in northeastern Serbia)

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Catholic Church name: *

bullet Recommended Site: www.mramorak.de
bullet Lookups Guide: David Kemle - Mramorak Peter Feiler Mramorak Church Records 1816 to 1877 translation by David Kemle
bullet Lookups Guide: David Kemle - Mramorak Hienrich Bohland "Mramorak Community in the Banat Sand Desert" translation by David Kemle
bullet Lookups Guide: David Kemle - Mramorak Mramorak HOG "Mramorak Picture Book" Translation by David Kemle
bullet Article: South Western Banat "Wholesale Murder" Mramorak
bullet Kiemle - Kemle Family

Mramorak (postcard)

The family Kampf und Bietsch in Mramorak, Jugosl. Banat in year 1920. (1976 Kalendar)

 

 

Last updated: 13 Jan 2011

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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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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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