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Last updated: 06 Oct 2013

 

A

 
Abthausen (German) see: Apatin
Ada (Hungarian)
Adda
Ada
, Serbia (Official)
  • A town and municipality in Serbia. It is situated near the river Tisa in Vojvodina province. Although the town is geographically located in Bačka, it is part of the North Banat District.
Altbetsche (German)
Óbecse / Obecse (Hungarian)
Stari Becej (Other)
Becej, Serbia (Official)

 

Altker (German)
Alt-Keer (German)
Ó-Kér / Ókér / Okér (Hungarian)
Nagy-Kér (Hungarian)
Stari Ker / Ker (Older Serbian variant)
Bačka Dobra
(Older Serbian variant)
Pašićevo
/ Pasicevo, Serbia (Older Serbian variant)
Zmajevo, Serbia (Official)
 
Alt-Morawitza (German)
Bácskossuthfalva / Bacskossuthfalva (Hungarian)
Stara Moravica, Serbia (Official)
Alt-Palanka (German)
Ópalánka / Opalanka (Hungarian)
Stara Palanka, Serbia (Official)
Alt-Schowe, Altschowe (German)
SEE: Schowe (German)
 

 

 

Alt-Siwatz (German)
Ószivácz / Oszivacz (Hungarian)
Siewatz (Other)
Siwatz (Other)
Sovacz (Other)
Szivácz / Szivacz (Other)
Stari Sivac, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Daniela M. O'Connor - Ortsippenbuch Siwatz 1786-1944 by Hans Kunz
  • Bär . Dinges . Reuter . Vollweiter - "Siwatz ein donauschwäbisches Dorf in
    der Batschka
    " - www.sivac.net/noveknjige.htm
 

Apatin, Serbia (Official)
Abthausen
(German)
Upathin (Other)
Apathin (Other)
Nagyárki / Nagyark, Hungary (Hungarian)
Apáti / Apati (Other)
 
B  
Bácsföldvár / Bacsfoldvar (Hungarian)
Backo Gradiste, Serbia (Official)
 
Batsch Monoschtor (German)
Monostorszeg (Hungarian)
Batschki Monoschtor (Other)
Manoschter (Other)
Monostor (Other)
Nagy-Monostor (Other)
Bodrogmonoster (Other)
Backi Monostor, Serbia (Official)
Batschka Topola (German)
Bereg (German)
Bács-Topolya / Bacs-Topolya (Hungarian)
Topolya (Other)
Béreg / Bereg (Hungarian)
Breg (Other)
Batschki Breg (Other)
Beryeg (Other)
Backa Topola (Official)
Backi Breg, Serbia (Official)
 
 

Batsch (German)
Bács / Bacs (Hungarian)
Bac
, Serbia (Official)
Batschalmasch (German)
Almasch (German)
Heimerskirchen (German)
Hagymásegyház / Hagymasegyha (Other)
Hajmás / Hajmas (Other)
Halmás / Halmas (Other)
Bácsalmás / Bacsalmas, Hungary (Official)
  • Ortssippenbuch der Deutschen in Batschalmasch (Bácsalmás) by Anton Hippich
Bacs Bodrog (Hungarian)
Batschka, Serbia (Official)
Batsch-Sentiwan (German)
Priglewitz (German)
Sonnhofen (German)
BacsSentiwan (German)
Bácsszentiván / Bacsszentivan (Hungarian)
Szentiván / Szentivan (Hungarian)
Úrszentiván / Urszentivan (Hungarian)
Priglevica Sveti Ivan (Other)
SzentIvan (Other)
Sveti Ivan (Other)
Sentiwan (Other)
Priglevica (Other)
Preigevica Sveti (Other)
Sankt Johann an der Schanze (Other)
Batschsentiwan (Other)
Prigrevica Sveti Ivan, Serbia (Official)
 
Bezdány / Bezdany (Hungarian)
Besdan (Other)
Bezdan / Bezdan-fok, Serbia (Official)
Borschod (German)
Batschborschod (Other)
Borsod-Szent-Lőrincz (Other)
Bácsborsód / Bacsborsod, Hungary (Official)
Bogjani (German)
Bogyán / Bogyan (Hungarian)
Boian (Other)
Bodjani, Serbia (Official)
Brestowatz (German)
Batsch-Brestowatz (German)
Ulmenau (German)
Bresztovác (Hungarian)
Szilberek (Hungarian)
Szilvás / Szilvas  (Other)
Brestovac (Official)
Bački / Backi Brestovac, Serbia (Official)
 
Bulkes (German)
Bulkesz (Hungarian)
Bulkeszi (Other)
Bulkess (Other)
Buljkes (Other)
Keszi (Other)
Maglíc, Serbia (Official)
 
Bukin (German)
Bácssulja / Bacssulja (Hungarian)
Dunabökény / Dunabokény, Yugoslavia (Hungarian)
Buczi  (Hungarian)
Buki (Hungarian)
Mladenovo, Serbia (Official)
 
C  
Csurog (Hungarian)
Curug, Serbia (Official)
  • A village in the municipality of Žabalj, in the South Bačka District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
  • Csurog: Till the Last Hungarian - "In the fall of 1941, Serbian partisans surprised, ambushed, disarmed and undressed the Hungarian police patrol from Csurog in a corn field. The two bound men were impaled on a nearby farm."
    http://www.hungarian-history.hu/lib/cseres/cseres10.htm (need new link)
D  
Dautova (Croatian)
Dávod / Davod, Hungary (Official)
  • Located in Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary.
  • South of Baja, SW of Gara.
Dornau (German)
Dernye (Hungarian)
Déronya / Deronya (Hungarian)
Deronja (Other)
Dernja (Other)
Deronje, Serbia (Official)
 
Doroslo (German)
Doroszló / Doroszlo (Hungarian)
Doroslau (Other)
Doroszlo (Official)
Doroszlovo, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Volunteer! Die deutschen Familien in Doroslo und Stapar 1753 - 1895, by Peter Distl, Jockgrim 2007. (Heimatbuch)
E  
Eugenwall (German)
Mackensenhorst (German)
Magazin (German)
Altfutok (German)
Ófutak / Ofutak (Hungarian)
Alt-Futok (Other)
Alt-Futak (Other)
Futog (Other)
Ratkai (Other)
Futok (Other)
Ó-Futak / O-Futak (Other)
Futak (Other)
Stari Futog, Serbia (Official)
 
F  
Feketitsch (German)
Schwarzberg (German)
Feketehegy (Hungarian)
Bácsfeketehegy / Bacsfeketehegy (Hungarian)
Feketehegyház (Hungarian)
Crno Brdo
(Other)
Feketic
, Serbia (Official)
Filipowa (German)
Filipsdorf (German)
Kindlingen (German)
Szentfülöp (Hungarian)
Filipovo (Other)
Szent-Fülöp / Szent-Fulop (Other)
Sankt Philipp (Other)
Filipovoselo (Other)
Backi Gracac, Serbia (Official)
Frankenstadt  (German)
Baja,Hungary (Hungarian)
Baja-Frankenstadt, Hungary (Other)
Baja, Hungary (Official)
G  
Gajdobra see: Neu Gajdobra
Gakowa (German)
Graumarkt (German)
Gádar / Gádor (Hungarian)
Gakova /
Gákova (Other)
Kakat (Other)
Kakath (Other)
Gakovo, Serbia (Official)
Gara (Hungarian)
Gara, Hungary (Official)
  • Located in Bács-Kiskun county, near Baja, in Hungary.
  • Die Deutschen Familien von Gara in der Batschka 1737-1945. Josef Gatti & Wendelin Peller. AkdFf, Sindelfingen, Germany. 1997. Pgs. 800.
  • Commemorative Ceremony in Gara/Batschka - On July 6, 2007, a large commemorative ceremony and the consecration of the old cemetery in Gara marked the 60 anniversary of the forcible removal of Germans in Hungary. Gedenkfeier (Commemoration) in Gara/Batschka - 6 Juli 2007 Anläßlich des 60. Jahrestages der Verschleppung der Ungarndeutschen kam es zu einer großen Gedenkfeier und zur Weihe des alten Friedhofs in Gara. (translation by Hans Martini)
    www.neue-zeitung.hu/54-14035.php
  •  
Gloschein (German)
Glozsán
Glozsány
Gložan
Dunagálos
(Serbian)
  • West of Neusatz
H  
Hajosch (German)
Heuers (German)
Wallersdorf (German)
Hajós, Hungary (Official)
 
 
Harta (German)
Hartau
, Hungary (Official)
  • Bács-Kiskun County
  • 100 miles south of Budapest, Hungary, on the Danube river
  • DVHH Memoir: The Beginning of the Following Sorrowful Story
    Sunday, January 21ST, 1945
    by John Knodel. The story is being transcribed from Hungarian to German from a daybook that John Knodel kept during his 33 month, 1000 day, imprisonment in Russia (Woroschilofka coal mine). Translation by Granddaughter, Gerti Soderquist.
Hodschag (German)
Hanfhausen (German)
Odschak (German)
Hódság / Hodsag (Hungarian)
Hodschach (Other)
Hodschak (Other)
Ucsak (Other)
Odzaci, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Paul Stagl - Ortssippenbuch (1756 - 1945) Tuffner & Schuy
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Volunteer! - Ortssippenbuch Hodschag (both volumes, pub. 1995) by Martin Tuffner and Jakob Schuy
  • Ortssippenbuch Hodschag 1756-1945. Band 1 & 2. Martin Tuffner & Jakob Schuy. Ertl Druck, Wien, Austria. 1995. Pgs. 1636.
  • Ortssippenbuch Hodschag in der Batschka. Josef Harjung & Anton Reiman.  Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 1976. 514 Pgs.
  • Finding Aid to Hodschag (Hódság) - Batschka Village (now Odzaci, Serbia, Yugoslavia) Banat / Batschka Finding Aid Project by John Movius & Sarah Nunez.
  • Private Homepage: Family of Peter Wacker from Hodschag, Batsch-Brestowatz
J  
Jarek (German)
Batschki Jarak (German)
Jarmosch (German)
Jármos / Jarmos (Hungarian)
Tiszaistvánfalva (Hungarian)
Ireg (Other)
Mali Jarak (Other)
Jarak (Other)
Backi Jarak, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Jarek Coordinator: Kevin Bootz
  • Village Site: temporarily down
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Helen Williams - Backi Jarak (Jarek) in Jugoslawien, 1787-1937
  • Jarek Village site (German) www.hog-jarek.de Contact: Inge Morgenthaler
    Geschichte der letzten josefinischen Siedlung, Druck der "Verbaßer Buchdruckerei" des Heinrich Bleek, Novi Vrbas 1937. and ... "Printed by the "Verbaßer Printing Office"(History of the last Josephinian Settlement, Printed by the "Verbaßer Printing Office" of Heinrich Bleek, Neu-Werbass). Lookups in sections: Familiengeschichte/Family History; Unsiedlerfamilien/Re-settler families; or evacuee families; Nachzuglerfamilien/Late re-settler families; or late evacuee families.
  • Unser Dorf, Unser Leben, Unser Jarek - "our village, our life, our Jarek" Author: Michael Schmidt [Village book & map] Schulstr 1, 68542 Heddesheim
Josefsdorf (German)
Zsablya (Hungarian)
Józseffalva / Jozseffalva, (Hungarian)
Zeble (Other)
Sablia (Other)  
Josifovo Selo (Other)
Zablja (Other)
Žabalj / Zabalj, Serbia (Official)
  • A town and municipality in South Bačka District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
  • Located in southeastern part of Bačka, known as Šajkaška.
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Conny Eberhardt - Familien und Ortssippenbuch (Family & Village book) of Zabalj / Josefsforf. Author & Publisher: Josef Fridrich, 1991
  • Zoellner Ancestors & Towns http://thelen.bravehost.com/Villagesweb2.htm#Zoellner
Josefowa (German)
Józseffalva / Jozseffalva (Hungarian)
Josefova (Other)
Novi Knezevac, Serbia (Official)
Juritsch (German)
Djördjpusta / Djordjpusta (Other)
Szent-György / Szent-Gyorgy (Other)
Baracska-Szent-György / Baracska-Szent-Gyorgy (Other)
Gyurgyin (Other)
Jurics (Other)
Györgypuszta / Gyorgypuszta, Hungary (Official)

 
K  
Karawukowo (German)
Karbok (German)
Wolfingen (German)
Bácsordas / Bacsordas (Hungarian)
Karawukowa (Other)
Karavukovo, Serbia (Official)
Katsch (German)
Káty / Katy (Hungarian)
Kac, Serbia (Official)
Katschmar (German)
Katymár / Katymar (Hungarian)
Katjmar (Other)
Kacmar, Hungary (Official)
  • DVHH Katschmar Coordinator: Eileen Wilson
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Eileen Wilson - Ortsippenbuch der ehemals deutschen Bewohner von Katschmar-Katymar in der Nord-Batschka (1748-1945) written by Josef Pahl.
Kernei (German)
Kernya (Hungarian)
Kerény / Kereny (Hungarian)
Kljaicevo (Other)
Kernyáya / Kernyaya (Other)
Kornau (Other)
Kernai (Other)
Gorni-Szentkirály (Other)
Kernyája / Kernyaja (Other)
Szentkirálya (Other)
Királya / Kiralya (Other)
Krnjaja, Serbia (Official)

 

 

Kischker  (German)
Kleinker (German)
Klein Keer (German)
Kiskér / Kisker (Hungarian)
Mali Ker (Other)
Pribicevicevo (Other)
Backo Dobro Polje, Serbia (Official)
  • H.O.G. Web Site: http://kischker.de
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Eve Brown - Kisker-Kischkeer Batschka Menschen un Familien 1786-1944 published in Karlsruhe in 2006 by Georg Philipp Noee
  •  

     

     
Kölpény / Kolpény (Hungarian)
Kulpin, Serbia (Official)
Kruschiwel  (German)
Kruschiwl  (German)
Birndorf (German)
Bácskörtés / Bacskortes (Hungarian)
Körtés / Kortes (Hungarian)
Kruschewlje  / Kruschevlje (Other)
Krušovje / Krusovje
Körtvélyes / Kortvelyes
Kruševlje / Krusevlje, Serbia (Official)
 
Kula (Hungarian)

SEE: Wolfsburg (German)
 

Kulut (German)
Ringdorf (German)
Küllöt / Kullot (Hungarian)
Kolluth (Other)
Küllöd / Kullod (Other)
Kulud (Other)
Kis-Kolut (Other)
Nagy-Koluth (Other)
Kolut, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Judy Ottinger - Kolut Ortsfamilienbuch 1760-1895 by Johann and Irmgard Englaender
  • Ortsfamilienbuch Kolut in der Batschka 1760-1895. Johannes & Irmgard Engläner. Waiblingen-Neustadt, Germany. 2000. Pgs. 966.
Kumbaj (German)
Kombai (Other)
Kumbai (Other)
Kumbern (Other)
Kunbaja, Hungary (Hungarian) (Official)

 

 

Kupuszina  (Hungarian)
Bacskertes / Bácskertes (Hungarian)
Kupusina
, (Serbian) Official

Kutzura (German)
Kuczora (Hungarian)
Kuczura (Other)
Kucura, Serbia (Official)
L  
Legin (German)
Riedau (German)
Rigitza (German)
Regöce, / Regoce (Hungarian)
Rigyicza (Hungarian)
Regöcze / Regocze (Other)
Ridica (Other)
Rigica (Other)
Reg (Other)
Nagy-Patalon (Other)
Legyen (Other)
Rigyica (Other)
Ridjica, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Gabriele Steger - Legin (Rigitza, Ridjica, etc): Familienbuch Ridjica, Batschka, 1804-1943 by Michael Hutfluss
Liebfrauendorf (German)
Boldogasszonyfalva (Hungarian)
Gospodjinci, Serbia (Official)
 
M  
Milititsch (German)
Berauersheim (German)
Militics (Hungarian)
Nemesmilitics (Hungarian)
Ráczmilitics / Raczmilitics (Hungarian)
Svetozar Miletic (Other)
Rac-Milititsch (Other)
Srpski-Militic (Other)
Millitics (Other)
Srpski-Miletic, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Dennis Bauer - OSB Miletitsch by Schuy 1987
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Volunteer! - Ortssippenbuch (1786 - 1945) - Schuy
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Volunteer! - Jakob Schuy, Ortssippenbuch Miletitsch in der Batschka, 1987. 
  • Ortssippenbuch Miletitsch. Jakob Schuy. AkdFF, Schriesheim, Germany. 1987. Pgs.1006. Order: Jakob Schuy, Breslauer Str. 12, 67659 Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Madarasch (German)
Madaras (Hungarian)
Gross-Madratz (Other)
Madrasch (Other)
Madaras, Hungary (Official)

 

Mol (German)
Moholy (Hungarian)
Moholy, Serbia (Official)
Moszór / Moszor (Hungarian)
Mosorin, Serbia (Official)
N  
Nádalja / Nadalja (Hungarian)
Nadalj, Serbia (Official)
Nadwar (German)
Adelsrohrhof (German)
Nádudvar / Nadudvar, (Hungarian)
Nemesnádudvar / Nemesnadudvar, Hungary (Official)
  • Familienbuch der donauschwäbischen Gemeinde Nemesnádudvar by Georg Richter
Nagelsdorf (German)
Bajmak (Hungarian)
Bajmok, Serbia (Official)
Neu Gajdobra (German)
Gajdobra-Neugajdobra (German)
Wekerledorf (German)
Wekerlefalva (Hungarian)
Wekerle (Other)
Neu-Schöndorf / Neu-Schondorf (Other)
Neu-Gutdorf (Other)
Weckerlidorf (Other)
Nova Gajdobra, Serbia (Official)
  • Heimatbuch Gajdobra-Neugajdobra. Josef Flock. Donauschwaebischer Heimatverlag Aalen, Wuerttemberg, Germany. 1958. 450pp. 8 Aug. 1997.
  • Ortssippenbuch Gajdobra - Neugajdobra in der Batschka.  Anton Reiman.  Heim-Druck, 6100 Darmstadt, Germany.  1976. 653 Pgs.  

  • Ortssippenbuch Gajdobra-Neugajdobra in der Batschka, Band 2. Anton Reimann & Josef Reimann. Heim Druck, 6100 Darmstadt-Eberstadt, Germany. 1993. Pgs. 742.

Neudorf (German)
Novoselo
, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Gerhard Pfaff - Familienbuch Neudorf in der Batschka (Backo Novoselo, Bacsujlak) 2003, written by Paul Scherer in 1995. It contains:
    *(1734 - 1895) (1736 - 1970) (+ 1736 - 1895)
  • Familienbuch Neudorf in der Batschka. Paul Scherer. Bosocolo & Koenigshofer, D-76189 Karlsruhe, Germany. 1995. 1085pp.  
Neufutok (German)
Újfutak / Ujfutak (Hungarian)
Neu-Futak Other)
Novi Futog, Serbia (Official)
 
Neu-Palanka (German)
Újpalánka / Ujpalanka (Hungarian)
Nova Palanka, Serbia (Official)
Neusatz (German)
Újvidék / Ujvidek (Hungarian)
Neu-Satz (Other)
Pétervárad / Petervarad (Other)
Péterváradja / Petervaradja (Other)
Peterwardein (Other)
Novi Sad, Serbia (Official)
 
Neu-Schowe (German)
Újsóvé / Ujsove (Hungarian)
Nove Sove (Other)
Ravno Selo (Other)
Nova Sove, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Schowe Coordinator:  Ludwig Keck
  • DVHH Village Site www.dvhh.org/schowe
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Ursula Wacht - Heimatbuch der Gemeinde Schowe, by Christian Ludwig Brücker, Winnenden 1961.
  • Festschrift zur Johann Petri - Gedächtnisfeier am 2. 12. 1961 in Stuttgart. 32 S. mit Zeichn. +Porträt. (14:21) Kart. *1881 in Neuschowe
Neu-Siwatz (German)
Újszivácz / Ujszivacz (Hungarian)
Alt-Siwatz (Other)
Novi Sivac, Serbia (Official)
Neu-Werbaß / Neu-Werbass (German)
Alt-Werbaß / Alt Werbass (German)
Vrbas  (German)
Újverbász / Új-verbász Ujverbasz (Hungarian)
Ó-Verbász / O-Verbasz
Novi Vrbas, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Ursula Wacht - Dr. Gerhard Hein, Die Einwohner von Neuwerbaß in der Batschka 1785-1944 und ihre Herkunft - Die Familien nach dem reformierten Kirchenbuch Neuwerbaß 1786 - 1832, Sindelfingen 2004
  • DVHH Memoir: A Vrbas, Backa Story By Karl Kreutzer, translated by Valerie Kreutzer

  • DVHH Memoir: Thinking often on Vrbas in the Backa by Valerie Kreutzer

O  
Obrowatz (German)
Borócz / Borocz (Hungarian)
Obrovácz / Obrovacz, (Hungarian)
Obrovac, Serbia (Official)
P  
Pácsér / Pacser, (Hungarian)
Pacir, Serbia (Official)
 
Palanka (German)
Plankenburg
(German)
Deutsch-Palanka (German)
Backa-Pélanka / Backa-Pelanka (Other)
Palánka / Palanka (Hungarian)
Németpalánka / Nemetpalanka (Hungarian)
Bácskapalánka / Bacskapalanka (Hungarian)
Nemacka Palanka (Other)
Pest (Other)
Ilok (Other)
Backa Palanka, Serbia (Official)

 

Parabutsch (German)
Paripás / Paripas (Hungarian)
Parabuty (Hungarian)
Ratkovo (Other)
Parabuc, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Jean & Harry Helbrecht - Familienbuch Parabutsch 1770's - 1945 You are welcome to contact her for any look-ups in the Parabutsch Families book written in year 2001.  Ratkovo is it's present name and being nestled in the rich soil of the Batschka part of Vojvodina, today the northern part of Serbia. The winds of change blew the Danube Swabian population of this town after 1944 in all corners of the world. (Jean)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Volunteer! - Parabutsch Familienbuch der kath. Pfarrgemeinde St. Nepomuk in Parabutsch in der Batschka, by Josef Fridrich, pub. 2001 - it covers from the 1770s to 1944 (and some info goes to the end of 2000). It comes in two volumes: Band I (A-K) & Band II (L-Z). Other names for Parabutsch are:  Parabuty, Paripás, Parabuc (accent on the c), Dubrava, Gutacker, Ratkovo.
  • Familienbuch Parabutsch in der Batschka. Vols. 1&2. Josef Fridrich. AkdFF, Bad Schoenborn, Germany. 2001. 1308 pp.  
  • Parabutsch Ortssippenbuch can be ordered from: 
    Martin Kundl
    Daimlerstr. 16, 76669
    Bad Schönborn, Germany

Petröcz / Petrocz (Hungarian)
Petrovac, Yugoslavia / Serbia (Official)
Pinczéd / Pinczed (Hungarian)
Kellerdorf (Other)
Pivnica (Other)
Piwnitza (Other)
Pinced (Other)
Pivniza (Other)
Pivnicza (Other)
Pivnice, Serbia (Official)
 
Plawingen (German)
Palona (Hungarian)
Plawing (Other)
Palavna (Other)
Alsó-Palona / Also-Palona (Other)
Felsö-Palona / Felso-Palona (Other)
Plavna (Other)
Polona (Other)
Plavna, Serbia (Official)
 
R  
Raim (German)
Reim
(German)
Rém / Rem, Hungary (Hungarian) (Official)

 
S  
St. Tomas (German)
Bácsszenttamás / Bacsszenttamas (Hungarian)
Szent-Tamás (Hungarian)
Szenttamás / Szenttamas (Other)
Srbobran, Serbia (Official)
 
Schajkasch-Sentiwan (German)
Kovilszentiván (Hungarian)
Sajkásszentiván / Sajkásszentiván (Hungarian)
Sajkas (Other)
Kowilszentiwan (Other)
Sentivan (Other)
Sajkaski Sveti Ivan, Serbia (Official)
 
Schönau / Schonau (German)
Szépliget / Szepliget (Hungarian)
Schön-Hain / Schon-Hain (Other)
Gut-Hain (Other)
Gadjel (Other)
Dobra (Other)
Kay-Dobra (Other)
Gorna-Dobra (Other)
Gajdobra, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Dennis Bauer - OSB Schönau / Gajdobra by Reimann 1993
Schowe (German)
Alt-Schowe, Altschowe (German)
Neu-Schowe (German)
Ó-Sóvé / O-Sove (Hungarian)
Újsóvé / Ujsove (Hungarian)
Stare Sove (Other)
Sóvé (Other)
Nove Sove,
Nova Sove (Other)
Ravno Selo (Other)
Sove, Yugoslavia / Serbia (Official)
Nova Sove, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Schowe Coordinator:  Ludwig Keck
  • DVHH Village Site www.dvhh.org/schowe
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Ursula Wacht - Heimatbuch der Gemeinde Schowe, by Christian Ludwig Brücker, Winnenden 1961.
  • Festschrift zur Johann Petri - Gedächtnisfeier am 2. 12. 1961 in Stuttgart. 32 S. mit Zeichn. +Porträt. (14:21) Kart. *1881 in Neuschowe
Sekitsch (German)
Szegegyház / Szegegyhaz (Other)
Sekics (Other)
Szeghegy (Hungarian)
Winkelsberg (Other)
Lovcenac, Serbia (Official)
Senta (German)
Zenta (Hungarian)
Szenta, Serbia (Official)
 
Sombor - see: Zombor
Stanischitsch (German)
Donauwachenheim (German)
Örszállás / Orszallas (Hungarian)
Steinsitz (Other)
Tannenschütz (Other)
Wachenheim (Other)
Stanaschitz (Other)
Stanischitz (Other)
Örs / Ors (Other)
Bathteremhelye (Other)
Sztanisics (Other)
Stanisic, Serbia (Official)
  • Ortssippenbuch Stanischitz, Batschka 1788-1895, Michael Hutfluss, Vol. I, Karlsruhe 1986/1989, 733 pages. Order from Michael Hutfluss, Stephaniestr. 31, 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany
         - DVHH Lookups Guides: Judy Ottinger & Ursula Wacht
  • Ortssippenbuch Stanischitsch, Batschka 1788-1895. Michael Hutfluss. AkdFF, Sindelflingen, Germany. 1986. Pgs. 733. 
  • Ortssippenbuch Stanischitsch, Batschka 1896-1938. Michael Hutfluss. AkdFF, Sindelflingen, Germany. Pgs. 751+.
        
    - DVHH Lookups Guide: Judy Ottinger
Sztapár / Sztapar (Hungarian)
Stapar, Serbia (Official)
  • Die deutschen Familien in Doroslo und Stapar 1753 - 1895, by Peter Distl, Jockgrim 2007. (Heimatbuch)
Maria Theresiopel (German)
Subotitza (German)
Szabadka (Hungarian)
Theresiopel (Other)
Zabotka (Other)
Szent-Mária / Szent-Maria (Other)
Subotica, Serbia (Official)
 
Szilágyi / Szilagyi  (Hungarian)
Svilojevo, Yugoslavia / Serbia (Official)
T  
Teletschka (German)
Bácsgyulafalva / Bacsgyulafalva, (Hungarian)
Gyulafalva (Hungarian)
Gyula (Hungarian)
Batsch-Juliusdorf (Other)
Bács-Gyulafalva / Bacs-Gyulafalva, (Other)
Telecka, Serbia (Official)
 
Temerin (Hungarian)
Temeri (Other)
Almás / Almas, (Other)
Temerin, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Maxine Jones - Die deutschen Familien von Temerin in der Batschka by Wilhelmine Wier
Titel (Hungarian)
Titel, Serbia (Official)
Torschau (German)
Torzsa (Hungarian)
Thorzateleke (Other)
Torscha (Other)
Savino Selo (Other)
Tharcsa (Other)
Torza, Serbia (Official)
Towarisch (German)
Bácstóváros / Bacstovaros (Hungarian)
Tovarischevo (Other)
Tawarisch (Other)
Tovarics (Other)
Tovariszova Other)
Tovarisevo, Serbia (Official)
 
  Tschapring (German)
Tschäpring
(German)
Schapring
(German)
Csepreg
, Serbia (Official)

 

Tschasartet (German)
Tschasatett (Other)
Tschasartöltesch (Other)
Császártöltés / Csaszartoltes, Hungary (Official)
 
Tschatali (German)
Tschatalja (Other)
Csátalja / Csatalja, Hungary (Official)
  • Lookups Guide: @ AKDFF - Ortssippenbücher (PDF file)
  • Ortssippenbuch Tschatali-Csatalja 1737-1946. Josef Hefner. Zentralstelle fur Personen und Familiengeschichte, 61381 Friedrichsdorf, Germany. 1995. Pgs. 454. Also on CD-Rom.
Tschawal (German)
Tschawerl (Other)
Saulsdorf (Other)
Tschawolj (Other)
Csávoly / Csavoly, Hungary (Official)
 
Tscheb (German)
Bács-Cséb / Bacs-Cseb (Hungarian)
Cséb / Cseb (Hungarian)
Duna-Cséb / Duna-Cseb (Hungarian)
Ceb (Other)
Celarevo (Other)
Cib (Other)
Dunacséb / Dunacseb (Other)
Tschieb (Other)
Kis-Cséb / Kis-Cseb (Other)
Cséb / Cseb (Other)
Cib, Serbia (Official)
  • H.O.G. Web Site: www.tscheb.net
  • Familienbuch Tscheb an der Donau. Josef Seitz & Stefan Ferger. AkdFF, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2002. 748 pp.
Tscherwenka (German)
Rotweil (German)
Cservenka (Hungarian)
Cervenka (Other)
Rot (Other)
Crvenka, Serbia (Official)
 
Tschikeri (German)
Felsöcsikéria / Felsocsikeria (Hungarian)
Felschö-Tschikeria / Felscho-Tschikeria (Other)
Felsöcsikéria, Hungary (Official)
 
Tschonopel (German)
Tschanopl (German)
Csonoplya (Hungarian)
Chomokla / Csomokla / Csomoklia / Csomoklya (Other)
Csonopla (Other)
Szentfalva (Other)
Tschanopel (Other)
Tschinopel (Other)
Tschonopl (Other)
Tschonoplya (Other)
Conoplja, Serbia (Official)
  • Ortssippenbuch Tschonopel 1762-1945. Johann Feith, Johann Kainrad, & Johann Kemmer. Rödermark, Germany. 2003. CD-Rom.
  • DVHH Memoir: Roots Remain Along Danube by Paula Schleis

V  
Vrbas  (German)
See: Neu-Werbaß / Neu-Werbass (German)

 

W  
Waldneudorf (German)
Tiszakálmánfalva
/ Tiszakalmanfalva (Hungarian)
Tisza-kálmán-falva / Tisza-kalman-falva (Other)
Budisava, Serbia (Official)
  • 1908 in Waldneudorf/Batschka. Wurtz, Johannes: Die Dingelstocks. der Weg einer Sippe. Roman. ca. 1968. 222 S. mit Abb. (11:18) Kart.
  • 1908 in Waldneudorf/Batschka. Wurtz, Johannes: Erwanderte Lieder und Reime. ca. 1980. 142 S. mit Noten und Abb. (14:21) Kart.
Waldau (German)
Szond (Hungarian)
Szonta (Hungarian)
Belsö-Szond / Belso-Szond (Other)
Külsö-Szond / Kulso-Szond (Other)
Kis-Szond (Other)
Nagy-Szonta (Other)
Sonta, Serbia (Official)
 
Wajska (German)
Vajszka (Hungarian)
Waiska (Other)
Vajska, Serbia (Official)
 
Waschkut (German)
Vaskút / Vaskut (Hungarian)
Eisenbrunn (Other)
Bathkuta (Other)
Baskut (Other)
Vaskút / Vaskut, Serbia (Official)

DVHH Lookups Guide: Judy Ottinger - Vaskut (Waschkut) Ortsfamilienbuch 1772-1947, Vol. I & II by Stefan Rettig & Josef Skribanek
 

Weprowatz (German)
Veprovácz / Veprovacz (Hungarian)
Ebersdorf (Other)
Vepröd / Veprod (Hungarian)
Veprovac, Serbia (Official)
  • DVHH Weprowatz Coordinator: Anton Petschner
  • Weprowatz site (German) www.weprowatz.de
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Maxine Jones - Familienbuch Weprowatz in der Batschka by Paul Scherer, Volumes I & II
  • DVHH Lookups Guide: Ursula Wacht - Paul Scherer, Die deuschen Familien von Weprowatz 1786-1825, Karlsruhe 1986 (Family Book)
  • Familienbuch Weprowatz in der Batschka, Vols. 1 & 2. Paul Scherer. AkdFF, Karlsruhe, Germany. 1998. 2426 pp.
  • Kühbauch, Friedrich (Red.): Festschrift Dr. Adam Krämer zum 80. Geburtstag. 1986. 374 S.+Abb. a. Tfln. (16:24) Kart. *1906 in Weprowatz: mit handschriftl. Namenszug.
  • Private Homepage: Genealogy of the Petschner & Seiler Families of Weprowatz & Brestowatz
Werbass (German)
Alt-Werbass (German)
Óverbász / Overbasz (Hungarian)
Verbász / Verbasz (Other)
Werwas (Other)
Verbatz (Other)
Weidenheim (Other)
Werbas (Other)
Alt-Werbas (Other)
Stari Vrbas, Serbia (Official)
 
Wikitsch (German)
Bácsbokod / Bacsbokod (Hungarian)
Bikity (Other)
Bököd / Bokod (Other)
Bigittya (Other)
Bikityi (Other)
Bácsbokod / Bácsbokod, Hungary (Official)
 
Wolfsburg (German)
Kula (Hungarian)
Alsó-Kula (Other)
Felsö-Kula (Other)
Turm (Other)
Kula, Serbia (Official)
 
Z  
 

 

 

Zombor (German)
Zombor (Hungarian)
Czoborszentmihály (older Hungarian name for the city)
Czobor-Szent-Mihály (Other)
Szombor (Other)
Sombor (Croatian)
Sombor, Serbia (Official)

Reference List:

Original DVHH Village searchable PHP Database initiated by Mike O'Brien, 2003.

Additional Village(s) data submitted to DVHH.org by Researchers and Volunteers.

Auslander, Jordan "Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary" Publisher: Avotaynu 2005

Regenyi, Isabella & Scherer, Anton "Donauschwabisches Ortsnamenbuch."  (name and location of towns). Published by the AkdFF, Darmstadt, Germany. 1987.

Geographisch-historisches und Produkten Lexikon von Ungarn By Johann Matthias Korabinsky

Dennis J. Bauer's Genealogical Banat Book Collection.

Village List researched and compiled by Jody McKim, 2008

For corrections, additions and links to our Banat Village List, provide all known name variants to Jody McKim.

Last updated: 06 Oct 2013

 
   

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Published with the permission of the author, from the book "Donauschwäbische Lebensformen an der Mittleren Donau" by Hans Gehl, Marburg 2003. © Institut für donauschwäbische Geschichte und Landeskunde, Tübingen 1996 © N.G. Elwert Verlag Marburg
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