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Sathmar is located today in the northwest corner of Romania, bordering Hungary and the Ukraine. The center of settlements were GroßKarol(Carei Mare-R, Nagykároly-H). Sathmar is now Satu Mare, Romania. Sathmar is now Satu Mare, Romania.

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  Sathmar German Villages

Sathmar villages including links to available information, when possible.
Indexed by German, Hungarian and Romanian with modern Official Names:

B D E F G H J K M N O P S T W Z

B  
  Batartsch (German)
Batarcz (Hungarian)
Bartarce,
Batarsch, Batarcs, Batarci
(Variants)
Bătarci, Romania (Official)

Beschened (German)
Bescheneed (Hungarian)
Érdengeleg / Erdengeleg (Hungarian)
Kisdengeled (Hungarian)
Dindestiu Mic, Romania (Official)

Bildegg (German)
Krásznabéltek / Krasznabeltek (Hungarian)
Beltiug, Romania (Official)

Burlescht (German)
Borlescht (German)
Burlafalu (Hungarian)
Barlafalu (Hungarian)
Burlesti, Romania (Official)
 
D Top
Darotz (German)
Királydaróc / Kiralydaroc (Hungarian)
Craidorolti (Other)
Craidorolt, Romania (Official)

 
E Top
  Erdeed (German)
Erdőd / Erdod (Hungarian)
Ardud, Romania (Official)

F Top
  Fienen (German)
Fina (German)
Fiena (German)
Mezöfény / Mezofeny (Hungarian)
Fény / Feny (Hungarian)
Foeni / Foieni, Romania (Official)
  • Guffart, Franz. 200-jähriges Jubiläum der Kirchen von Fienen (Manuscript). [200 year anniversary of the churches of Fienen]. Year, city and publisher unknown.
  • Szolomajer, Jozsef. Mezöfeny törtenete. Geschichte von Fienenfeld [History of Fienenfeld]. 1926, Carei, publisher unknown. 61 p.
  • Czumbill, Josef. Fienen - Meine unvergessliche Heimat im Gebiete Sathmar, Karol. 1975, Cleveland, Ohio, Classic Printing. 292 p. Library/Standort: IfA, Stuttgart
  • Guffart, Franz. Die Einwanderer nach Fienen und das Schicksal ihrer Nachkommen. [Settlers in Fienen and the fate of their descendants]. 1986, Leutkirchen, publisher unknown.

G Top
  Gilwatsch / Gillwatsch (German)
Gilvács / Gilvacs (Hungarian)
Gilvácz / Gilvacz (Hungarian)
Ghilvaci, Romania (Official)
  • Koch, Stefan. Gilwatsch. Beiträge zur Ortsgeschichte. 1981, Laupheim, privately printed. 86 p. Library/Standort: IfA, Stuttgart


Glashütte / Glashutte (German)
Zelestyehuta, Szelestyehuta (Hungarian)
Poiana Codrului Ujhuta (Other)
Zelestye
(Other)
Poiana Codrului, Romania (Hungarian)
 
Großkarol (German)
Gross Karol
(German)
Karol
(German)
Nagykároly (Hungarian)
Carie Mare (Other)
Carei, Romania (Official)
  • Asztalos, György. Nagykaroly rt. varos törtenete 1848-ig. [Deutsch: Geschichte der Stadt Großkarol mit einem geordneten Magistrat bis 1848; English: History of the city Nagykaroly with an ordered city council until 1848]. 1892, Carei, publisher unknown. 267 p.

  • Gerczi, Koloman. Nagykaroly, Szatmar und ihre Umgebung. [English: Nagykaroly, Szatmar and area]. 1891, Vienna, publisher unknown. 46 p.

Groß Tarna / Gross Tarna (German)
Nágytarna / Nagytarna (Hungarian)
Tirna Mare
(Other)
Tarna Mare
, Romania (Official)


Großwardein / Grosswardein (German)
Nagyvárad / Nagyvarad (Hungarian)
Oradea, Romania (Official)
  • Oradea - the capital city in the Bihor County in Romania (North of Arad County)
  • Beautiful little church in the thermal springs health resort "Baile Felix" south of Oradea in the East of Transylvania. The church was built entirely of wood (incl. wooden nails) in 1785 in the village of Brusturi and was twice taken apart and re-built in a different location.
  • Sacred Space: Heritage Wooden Church in Baile Felix
    Video by Dan Stefan. Music: Byzantine orthodox music performed by "Artis Voice Quartet". Filmed at Easter 2008.

     

  • Rajchl's Reise-Tipp: Oradea (Großwardein) - das vergessene Juwel

    Video Published on 31 May, 2016 by Claudius Rajchl. (German)

     

H Top
  Hamroth (German)
Hamrod (German)
Unterhamroth (German)
Homorod de Jos (Other)
Alsóhomoród / Alsohomorod (Hungarian)
Homorodul de Jos
, Romania (official)
  • Heimatbücher: Brendli, Stefan. Unsere Heimat: anderer und eigene Gedanken von unserer engeren und weiteren Heimat auf Erden; Geschichtliches über Hamroth (Sathmar, Rumänien) und die Hamrother in aller Welt. [Our homeland: others' and own thoughts about our immediate and wider homeland on earth; history of Hamroth (Sathmar, Romania) and the Hamrothers in the world]. 1973, Kanzach, privately printed; Bad Buchau, A. Sandmaier-Druck. 139 p.
J Top
  Josefhausen (German)
Józsefháza / Jozsefhaza (Hungarian)
Josyphaza (Hungarian)
Josipháza / Josiphaza (Hungarian)
Josip (Other)
Iosapha (Other)
Iojib, Romania (Official)

 
K Top
  Kalmandi (German)
Kalmanding (German)
Kálmánd  / Kalmánd (Hungarian)
C
ămin, Romania (Official) 

Kaplau (German)
Kaplan
(German)
Kaplony
(Hungarian)
Kaplon
(Other)
Kapylon
(Other)
Căpleni
, Romania (Official)  

 
Kapnik (German)
Kapnikbánya / Kapnikbanya (Hungarian)
Capnic, Romanian (Official) 

Klein Sukunden (German)
Kiszokond (Hungarian)
Sukunden (Other)
Socondzel, Romanian (Official) 

 
Kriegsdorf (German)
Hadad
(Hungarian)
Hodod, Romanian (Official) 
  • A comună of 3,209 inhabitants situated in the Satu Mare County, which also includes Hodod, Giurtelecu Hododului, Lelei and Nadişu Hododului villages.
  • The only Protestant Sathmar village was Hodod
  • Between 1744 and 1751 under the leadership of Baron Franz Wesselény was settled by 30 families from Baden-Durlach. Some 2,072 families in 32 communities were settled as farmers.
  • Village Web Site: http://kriegsdorf-hadad.de/
    English: http://kriegsdorf-hadad.de/index.php?lang=en


M Top
  Madras (German)
Groß Madratz / Gross Madratz
 (German)
Madrasch
(German)
Nagymadarász / Nagymadarasz
(Hungarian)
Madaráz / Madaraz  (Hungarian)
Madarász / Madarasz  (Hungarian)
Madaras, Romanian (Official) 
 
Maitingen (German)
Groß Maitingen
/ Gross Maitingen (German)
Majtingen  (German)
Nagymajtény / Nagymajteny (Hungarian)
Moftinul Mare (Romanian)
Moftinu Mare
, Romania (Official)
  • Werdennundund Vergehennderder Sathmarer Schwabensiedlung Maitingen.Schwabensiedlung Maitingen. [Development and disappearance of the Sathmar Swabian settlement of .....]. 1996, Dortmund, Johannes Hoffmann. 379 p. ISBN: 3-923293-52-6. (Veröffentlichungennder der Forschungsstellee Ostmitteleuropa Ostmitteleuropaaa.d.a.d. Universitätt Dortmund, Dortmund, ReiheeB, Bd. 56). Includes names of original settlers as well as inhabitants in 1988. 54,-DM. Contact: Dr. Ernst Hauler, Dr.-B, Bd. 56). Includes names of original settlers as well as inhabitants in 1988. 54,-DM. Contact: Dr. Ernst Hauler, Dr.-Hellge-Str. 15, 94032 Passau.
  • Das 900 jährigee Maitingen und seine 200 Maitingen und seine 200 jährige Kirche.. [900 years Maitingen and its 200 year old church]. 1994, Passau.

 

Merken (German)
Mürk / Murk (German)
Merk(German)(German)
Meerk, Merek, Merok, Mirek, Mirk (Other)
Mérk, Hungary (Official)

 
Mittelstadt (German)
Mittelberg (German)
Felsöbánya / Felsobanya(Hungarian)
Baia Sprie, Romania (Official)

 

N Top
  Nanten, Nanta, Nantü (German)
Nantü / Nantu (Hungarian)
Harez (Other)
Hurezu Mare, Romania (Official)

Neupalota (German)
Újpalota / Ujpalota (Hungarian)
Palota, Romania (Official)

Neustadt (German)
Frauenbach (German)
Nagybánya / Nagybanya (Hungarian)

Baia Mare, Romania (Official)

 

O Top
  Oberwischau (German)
Felsóviso / Felsoviso (Hungarian)
Viseu de Sus
(Other)
Viseul de Sus, Romania (Official)
 


P Top
  Petrifeld (German)
Petri
(German)
Mezópetri / Mezopetri (Hungarian)
Petresti, Romania (Official)


S Top
  Sagas (German)
Szakasz (Hungarian)
Ratesti, Romania (Official)

 

Saiten (German)
Saita (German)

Zahta, Zahtha, Zaytha, Zaita (Other)
Zaita
Zajta
, Hungary (Official)

Santa (German)
Tasnád Szántó
/ Tasnad Szanto (Hungarian)
Santau, Romania (Official)

Sathmar (German)
Zoutmarkt
(German)
Salzmarkt (German)
Szatmánémeti / Szatmarnemeti / Zatmarnemeti (Hungarian)
Sothmar (Other)
Satu Mare, Romania (Official)
  • Nagy, S. Szatmarnemeti szkv. egyhazi es polgari törtenete. [Kirchengeschichte und zivile bürgerliche Geschichte der kgl. Freistadt Salzmarkt] - [Church history and civilian history of the royal free city of Salzmarkt]. Vol. 1, 1860; Vol. 2, 1861. Publisher unknown.
  • Schmied, Stefan. Heimatbuch der Sathmarer Schwaben. [Heritage book of the Sathmar Swabians]. 1952, Wangen/A, St. Josephs-Druckerei. 118 p. Library/Standort: IfA, Stuttgart
  • Schmied, Stefan, Franz Einholz. Sathmar. Heimatbuch der Sathmarschwaben. [Sathmar. Heritage book of the Sathmar Swabians]. 1952, Stockach, A. Stähle-Druck. 116 p.

Schamagosch (German)
Csomaköz
/ Csomakoz (Hungarian)
Ciumesti, Romania (Official)

 

Schandra (German)
Schandern (German)
Sándorfalu / Schöntal, (Hungarian)
Sándorfalva / Sandorfalva (Hungarian)
Krasznasándorfalu
/ Krasznasandorfalu
(Hungarian)
Sindresti (Other)
Sandra, Romania (Official)

 

Scheindorf (German)
Szinfalu (Hungarian)
Sai, Romania (Official)
Schöntal / Schontal (German)
Schinal (German)
Csanálos
/ Csanalos (Hungarian)
Urziceni, Romania (Official)

Sigeth (German)
Siget (German)
Marmaroschsiget
(German)
Máramarosziget
(Hungarian)
Sighetul Marmației (Romanian)
Sighetu Marmatiei, Romania (Official)
  • Located in Maramureş County near the Tizsa River, in north-western Romania.
  • In the 1950s and 1960s, after the establishment of the Romanian communist regime, the Securitate ran the Sighet prison as a place for political repression of public figures who had been declared "class enemies" — the most prominent of these was the former prime minister Iuliu Maniu (who died there in 1953). The former prison is now a museum, part of the Memorial for the Victims of Communism.

 

Stanislau (German)
Szaniszló
/ Szaniszlo (Hungarian)
Zaniszló (Hungarian)
Stanaslau (Other)
Sanislau, Romania (Official)

 

Sukunden (German)
Groß Sukunden / Gross Sukunden (German)
Sukunda (German)
Nagyszokond
(Hungarian)
Socond Mare (Other)
Socond, Romania (Official)

T Top
  Terebesch (German)
Terbesch
(German)
Terbescht (German)
Krásznaterebes / Krasznaterebes (Hungarian)
Terebesti
, Romania (Official)
  • Hauler, Ernst. Die sathmarschwäbische Gemeinschaft Terebesch - ihr Leben mit Rumänien. [The Sathmar-Swabian community of ...... - life with Rumania]. 1995, München, Donauschwäbische Kulturstiftung. 121 p. ISBN 3-926276-25-8.

 

Terem (German)
Wiesenfeld (German)
Mezóterem
/ Mezoterem (Hungarian)
Tiream
, Romania (Official)

Trestenburg (German)
Trestenberg (German)
Trestendorf (German)
Taschnad (German)
Tasnád (Hungarian)
Tasnad Romania (Official)

Turterbesch (German)
Turterebesch (German)
Túrterebes / Turterebes (Hungarian)
Turulung
Romania (Official)

W Top
  Wahlei (German)
Wahlein (German)
Wallei (German)
Vale, Waley, Valay, Walay, Galay, Valaj
Wallei
(Hungarian)
Vállaj (Hungarian)
Vallaj  Hungary (Official)
 
Waroli (German)
Leuchtenburg (German)
Sinburg (German)
Szinérváralja
/ Szinervaralja (Hungarian)
Seini, Romania (Official)

 

Z Top
  Zillenmarkt (German)
Waltenberg (German)
Zilah (Hungarian)
Zalau, Romania (Official)
 


 

[Published by Sarah Coraggio at the DVHH on 8 October 2018]

 Last Updated: 13 Oct 2018

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ILLAGE NAME INDEX 
[Listed variant, indexed name]

Alsóhomoród (Hamroth)
Ardud (Erdeed)
Baia Mare (Neustadt)
Baia Sprie (Mittelstadt)
Barlafalu (Burlescht)
Bartarce (Batartsch)
Bătarci, Batarci (Batartsch)
Batarcs (Batartsch)
Batarcz (Batartsch)
Batartsch
Beltiug (Bildegg)
Beschened
Bescheneed (Beschened)
Bildegg 
Borlescht (Burlescht)
Burlafalu (Burlescht)
Burlescht
Burlesti (Burlescht)
Cămin (Kalmanding)
Căpleni (Kaplau)
Capnic (Kapnik)
Carei (Gross Karol)
Carei Mare (Gross Karol)
Carei Marr (Gross Karol)
Ciumesti (Schamagosch)
Craidorolt (Darotz)
Craidorolti (Darotz)
Csanalos (Schonthal)
Csomakoz (Schamagosch)
Darotz
Dindestiu Mic (Beschened)
Erdeed
Erdengeleg (Beschened)
Erdod (Erdeed)
Felsöbánya (Mittelstadt)
Felsóviso (Oberwischau)
Fény (Fienen)
Fiena (Fienen)
Fienen
Fina (Fienen)
Foeni (Fienen)
Foieni (Fienen)
Frauenbach (Neustadt)
Galay (Wahlei)
Ghilvaci (Gilwatsch)
Gillwatsch (Gilwatsch)
Gilvács (Gilwatsch)
Gilvácz (Gilwatsch)
Gilwatsch
Glashutte
Glashütte (Glashutte)
Gross Karol
Gross Madratz (Madras)
Groß Madratz (Madras)
Gross Maitingen (Maitingen)
Groß Maitingen (Maitingen)
Groß Sukunden (Sukunden)
Gross Sukunden (Sukunden)
Gross Tarna
Groß Tarna (Gross Tarna)
Großkarol (Gross Karol)
Grosswardein
Großwardein (Grosswardein)
Hadad (Kriegsdorf)
Hamrod (Hamroth)
Hamroth
Harez (Nantü)
Hodod (Kriegsdorf)
Homorod de Jos (Hamroth)
Homorodul de Jos (Hamroth)
Hurezu Mare (Nantü)
Iojib (Josefhausen)
Iosapha (Josefhausen)
Josefhausen
Josip (Josefhausen)
Josipháza (Josefhausen)
Josyphaza (Josefhausen)
Józsefháza (Josefhausen)
Kálmánd (Kalmanding)
Kalmandi (Kalmanding)
Kalmanding
Kaplan (Kaplau)
Kaplau
Kaplon (Kaplau)
Kaplony (Kaplau)
Kapnik
Kapnikbánya (Kapnik)
Kapylon (Kaplau)
Karol (Gross Karol)
Királydaróc (Darotz)
Kiralydarocz (Darotz)
Kisdengeled (Beschened)
Kisszokond (Klein Sukunden)
Klein Sukunden
Krásznabéltek (Bildegg)
Krasznasándorfalu (Schandra)
Krásznaterebes (Terebesch)
Kriegsdorf

Leuchtenburg (Waroli)
Madaras (Madras)
Leuchtenburg (Waroli)
Madarász (Madras)
Madaráz (Madras)
Madras

Madrasch (Madras)
Maitingen

Majtingen (Maitingen)
Máramarossziget (Sigeth)
Marmaroschsiget (Sigeth)
Meerk (Merken)

Merek (Merken)
Mérk (Merken)

Merken
Merok (Merken)
Mezöfény (Fienen)
Mezópetri (Petrifeld)

Mezóterem (Wiesenfeld)
Mirek (Merken)

Mirk (Merken)
Mittelberg (Mittelstadt)
Mittelstadt
Moftinu Mare (Maitingen)
Moftinul Mare (Maitingen)

Mürk (Merken)
Nagybánya (Neustadt)
Nagykároly (Gross Karol)
Nagymadarász (Madras)
Nagymajtény (Maitingen)
Nagyszokond (Sukunden)
Nágytarna (Gross Tarna)

Nagyvárad (Grosswardein)
Nanta (Nantü)

Nanten (Nantü)
Nantü

Neupalota
Neustadt

Oberwischau

Oradea (Grosswardein)
Palota (Neupalota)
Petresti (Petrifeld)

Petri (Petrifeld)
Petrifeld
Poiana Codrului (Glashutte)
Poiana Codrului Ujhuta (Glashutte)
Ratesti (Sagas)
Sagas
Sai (Scheindorf)
Saita (Saiten)
Saiten
Salzmarkt (Sathmar)
Sándorfalu (Schandra)
Sándorfalva (Schandra)
Sandra (Schandra)
Sanislau (Stanislau)
Santa
Santau (Santa)
Sathemar (Sathmar)
Sathmar
Satmar (Sathmar)
Satu Mare (Sathmar)
Schamagosch
Schandern (Schandra)
Schandra
Scheindorf
Schinal (Schonthal)
Schöntal (Schandra)
Schonthal
Seini (Waroli)
Siget (Sigeth)
Sigeth
Sighetu Marmatiei (Sigeth)
Sighetul Marmației (Sigeth)
Sii (Scheindorf)
Sinburg (Waroli)
Sindresti (Schandra)
Socond (Sukunden)
Socond Mare (Sukunden)
Socondzel (Klein Sukunden)
Sothmar (Sathmar)
Stanaslau (Stanislau)
Stanislau (Stanislau)
Sukunda (Sukunden)
Sukunden (Klein Sukunden)
Szakasz (Sagas)
Szaniszló (Stanislau)
Szatmárnémeti (Sathmar)
Szelestyehuta (Glashutte)
Szinérváralja (Waroli)
Szinfalu (Scheindorf)
Tarna Mare (Gross Tarna)
Taschnad (Trestenburg)
Tasnád (Trestenburg)
Tasnád Szántó (Santa)
Terbesch (Terebesch)
Terbescht (Terebesch)
Terebesch
Terebesti (Terebesch)
Terem (Wiesenfeld)
Tiream (Wiesenfeld)
Tirna Mare (Gross Tarna)
Trestenburg
Trestendorf (Trestenburg)
Turterbesch (Turterebesch)
Túrterebes (Turterebesch)
Turterebesch (Turterebesch)
Turulung (Turterebesch)
Ujpalota (Neupalota)
Újpalota (Neupalota)
Unterhamroth (Hamroth)
Urziceni (Schonthal)
Valaj (Wahlei)
Valay (Wahlei)
Vale (Wahlei)
Vállaj (Wahlei)
Viseu de Sus (Oberwischau)
Viseul de Sus (Oberwischau)
Wahlei
Wahlein (Wahlei)
Walay (Wahlei)
Waley (Wahlei)
Wallei (Wahlei)
Waltenberg (Zillenmarkt)
Waroli
Wiesenfeld
Zahta (Saiten)
Zahtha (Saiten)
Zaita (Saiten)
Zajta (Saiten)
Zalau (Zillenmarkt)
Zaniszló (Stanislau)
Zatmar (Sathmar)
Zatmarnemeti (Sathmar)
Zaytha (Saiten)
Zelestye (Glashutte)
Zelestyehuta (Glashutte)
Zilah (Zillenmarkt)
Zillenmarkt
Zotmar (Sathmar)

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