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Swabian Turkey Village List
Village List researched, compiled & published 2008 at DVHH.org by Jody McKim & Henry Fischer.

Indexed by primary Hungarian variant, Official (Hungarian or Croatian) and then German:

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Last Updated: 25 Oct 2020
 
 

Swabian Turkey, also known as Schwäbische Türkei (German variant) is almost entirely in southern Hungary, bordered by the Danube, Drava Rivers and Lake Balaton, additionally a small part of southern Baranya [Croatian Baranja], the Danube-Drava triangle, is now in Croatia. Schwäbische Türkei is the largest German-speaking area in modern Hungary; and it once had the second largest Donauschwaben population.  Counties in present-day Hungary include Baranya, Somogy & Tolna megye (counties) [German Komitat Branau, Schomodei, Tolnau].

 

 

Baranya (Hungarian: Baranya, Croatian: Baranja, Serbian: Baranja (Барања), German: Branau) is a geographical region between the Danube and the Drava rivers. Its territory is mostly divided between Hungary and Croatia, with a small uninhabited pocket of land on the right bank of Danube which belonged to Serbia but which is now under Croatian control as of 1997. In Hungary, the region is included into Baranya county, while in Croatia, it is included into Osijek-Baranja county.

 

A  
Abaliget, Hungary [Off]
Abaling [Ger]
  • Located in central Baranya CountyPécs District, in southern Hungary
  • Is bordered by the villages of Husztót and Kovácsszénája to the north, Orfű to the east, Kővágószőlős and Kővágótöttös to the south, Hetvehely to the west, and Okorvölgy and Szentkatalin to the northwest.

  • Abaliget Village Website
  • For the Lutheran church records, see Csikostöttös, Baranya County for more information.

Aderjás Hungary
Adorjás Hungary [Off]

 

Ág Hungary [Off]
N
ágyag [Hun]
Nagy Ág
Neuda
(Ger)
Neudjak
(Ger)
  • Baranya County
  • For the Lutheran church records, see Csikostöttös and Gerényes, Baranya County for more information.
Albertfalva (Hungarian)
Albertsdorf
(German)
Grabovac
(German)
Grabovec
, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
  • Hengl, Ferdinand: Die kirchlichen Seelenlisten aus 1896 der
    deutschen katholischen Gemeinden
    [
    The church list of souls from the 1896 German Catholic communities] Albertfalu/Albertsdorf, Kácsfalu/Katschfeld, Keskend/Keschkend, Laskafalu/Laschkafeld, im Komitat Baranya/Ungarn. (county Baranya) Quellenpublikation Pécs (Fünfkirchen) 2001
 Almamellék / Almamellek, Hungary (Official)
Homeli (German)
Homeling
(German)
  • Somogy or Baranya
 Alsóegerszeg / Alsoegerszeg, Hungary (Official)
Egerszeg in Proc. Szt. Lorintsienzi sita
  • Baranya County
Alsónána / Alsonana, Hungary (Official)
Ratznana
Raiznana
Naane
Noone
Nána
Unternanau
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Alsónána, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1866 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Moráagy, Tolna Co. (Reformed) 1783-1886 (Also includes: Alsonána, Bataápati) Church Record Transcriptions
 Alsó-Nyék / Also-Nyek
Neek
Nyek
Nék
/ Nek
Alsónyék
/ Alsonyek
  • Tolna County
  • SW of Szekszárd
 Apar
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
Aranyos
P
écsaranyos / Pecsaranyos, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya / Pecs District
Aranyosgadány / Aranyosgadany, Hungary (Official)
Gadány / Gadany
  • Baranya / Pecs District
Áta / Ata, Hungary (Official)
Atta
Attau
  • Baranya County
B 
Bár / Bar, Hungary (Official)
Ba
ár / Baar
  • Baranya County
Babarc, Hungary (Official)
Babarcz
(German)
Bawarz
Bawaz
(Other)
  • Baranya County / District: Mohács / Mohácsi
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
Babarcszőlős / Babarcszolos, Hungary (Official)
Szőllősbabarcz
/ Szollosbabarcz
 (Hungarian)
Babarcz Szőllős / Szollos
  • Baranya County / District: Szentlőrinczi / Szent-Lőrinczi
Babartz
Bakocza, Hungary (Official)
Bakonya, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County / District: Szentlőrinczi / Szent-Lőrinczi
Baksa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County / District: Szentlőrinczi / Szent-Lőrinczi
Banfa / Bánfa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County / District: Szentlőrinczi / Szent-Lőrinczi
Bános / Banos
  • Baranya County / District: Hegyhát
Bán / Ban (Hungarian)
Baán
/ Baan
Baranyabán
/ Baranyaban
Popovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya/Baranyavár County
Baranyaszentgyörgy / Baranyaszentgyorgy, Hungary (Official)
St. Georgen (German)
St. J
örg / St. Jorg
Szentgeorgen
Szentgyörgy / Szentgyorgy (Hungarian)
Szent-Gyorgy
  • Baranya / Baranyavár County
 Baranyavár (Hungarian)
Branjin Vrh
, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Barátur / Baratur, Hungary (Official)
Bradern
Barat-Ur
  • Baranya County
 Baratz Szöllös / Baratz-Szollos, Hungary (Official)
 Barcs, Hungary (Official)
Bartz
  • Somogy County
 Báta / Bata
Bade
(German)
Bátha / Batha
Bátta / Batta
  • Tolna County
  • South of Szekszárd
 Bátáapáti / Bataapati, Hungary (Official)
Abtsdorf (German)
Apaati
Apáti / Apati
  • Tolna County
  • Bataapati in the Tolna by Henry Fischer
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bátáapáti, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1770-1895 (Also includes: Zsibrik) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Moráagy, Tolna Co. (Reformed) 1783-1886 (Also includes: Alsonána, BataápatiChurch Record Transcriptions
 Bátaszék / Bataszek (Hungarian)
Báthaszék / Bathaszek
Badeseck
Badenseck
Baderseck
Battenseck
  • Tolna County, South of Szekszárd
  • Bátaszék in the Tolna: A History (from the Bátaszék, Heimatbuch der Grossgemeinde Bátaszék im Komitat Tolnau (Ungarn) by Johannes Göbelt, Pécs and is partially a translation and summary by Henry Fischer.

  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bátaszék, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1722-1783 (Also includes: Alsonána, Morágy) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Bátaszék, Heimatbuch der Grossgemeinde Bátaszék im Komitat Tolnau (Ungarn) by Johannes Göbelt, Pécs (Two volumes)
 Batonyterenye (Hungarian)
Szent-Kut, Szentkut (Hungarian)
 Battyán / Battyan
  • Somogy County
 Beczefa
 Bedekér / Bedeker (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
 Belácz / Belacz, Hungary (Official)
Belác / Belac
  • Tolna County
 Belecska
Beletschke
(German)
Bellitsch
Welletschken
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Keszöhidegkút, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1895 (Also includes: Belecska) Church Record Transcriptions
 Bellye, Hungary (Official)
Bilje
  • Baranya County
 Belvard
 Belvárdgyula / Belvardgyula
Belward
Belwardjulweih
  • Baranya County
 Benye
Benge
Sumarina
, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Beremend
Behrend
Bremen
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Bereny
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szakadát, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1737-1799 (Also includes: Szarázd, Bereny, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
 Berkesd
Berkisch
  • Baranya County
 Bessencze
 Bettelmann
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann) Church Record Transcriptions
 Bezedek
Berseneck
Beesedek
  • Baranya County
 Bicsérd
Nagybicsérd
Kisbicsérd
, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bikács / Bikacs, Hungary (Official)
  • Bikács, in Tolna County: A Short History by Henry Fischer
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bikács, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1661-1867 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Udvari, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1867 (Also includes: Bikács) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Bikács, Unsere Heimat 1736-1986 by Mathias Schmausser, 1986, Ostelsheim
 Bikal, Hungary (Official)
Wickerl
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bikal, Baranya Co. (Roman Catholic) 1729-1792 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Rackozár, Mekényes, Morágy, Tófü) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bikal, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1661-1867 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
 Birián / Birian
Birnbaum
Birján
/ Birjan, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bisching
Bisse, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bisztircze (Hungarian)
Bistricze
Bisztrecze (Hungarian)
Kisbeszterce, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Boda, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya / Szent-Lörincz
 Bodolya (Hegyentuli járás) (Hungarian)
Nagybodolya
(Hungarian)
Potle
Podolje
, Croatia (Official)
  • SW of Batina
 Bodony
Siklósbodony / Siklosbodony, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bogád / Bogad, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya
 Bogádmindszent / Bogadmindszent, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bogdása / Bogdasa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Bölcske / Bolcske, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Boldogasszonyfa
  • Somogy County
 Bolmány / Bolmany
  • Baranya County
 Bóly / Boly (Hungarian)
Bool
Deutschbol
(German)
N
émetbóly / Nemetboly (Hungarian)
 Bonnya
Bonna
Bonnau
 Bonyhád / Bonyhad
Bonnhard
  • Tolna County

  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bonyhád, Tolna Co (Roman Catholic) 1729-1816 (Also includes:  Cikó, Majos, Tabod, Morágy, Hidas, Izmény, Bataápati) Church Record Transcriptions.

  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Bonyhád, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1816-1867 (Also includes: Borszony) Church Record Transcriptions

  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions

  • Bonyhád: A Market Town in Tolna - by Henry Fischer.  The early history of the community it also identifies some of the original settlers and their places of origin.  Several sources were used for research, including the church records.

  • Gaube Und Kirche in Der Schwabischen Turkei Des 18. Jahrhunderts: Aufzeichnungen Von Michael Winkler in Den Pfarrchroniken Von Szakadat, Bonyhad Und Godre (German) by Michael Winkler, Franz Galambos, 368 pages, Publisher R. Trofenik 1987. ISBN:
    3878281757 (Faith and church in the Swabian Turkey 18th Century: Recordings of Michael Winkler in the Church Chronicles of Szakadat, Bonyhad and Godre)

 Bonyhádvarasd / Bonyhadvarasd (Hungarian)
Warasch
(German)
Warersdorf
(German)
Varasd
  • Tolna County
  • Heimatbuch von Bonyhádvarasd/Warasch by Andreas M. Patton, 1995 Budapest.
  • Werden und Vergehen eines deutschen Dorfes in der Schwäbischen Türkei by Andreas M. Patton und Jakob Putschli. , 1996. 314 pages, illustrations.  Publisher: Peter Woltz, Riedweg 3, 98081 Ulm, Tel. (07 31) 38 30 33.  ISBN 963-04-6598-1 (Pp.)
 Borjád / Borjad
  • Tolna County
 Borjád / Borjad
Borggard
Burjad
Burjaad
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szárszentlörinc, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1725-1895 (Also includes: Kisszekély, Nemédi, Borjad, Udz) Church Record Transcriptions
 Börzseny / Borzseny
Bersing
  • Tolna County
 Bosta
  • Baranya County
 Bószénfa / Boszenfa
B
ósing / Bosing
  • Somogy County
 Boszok
 Botyka
Paloataotyka
, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya / Szent-Lörincz
 Branau
  • Baranya
  • Branau/Baranya, Unvergessene Heimat by Mathias Volk, 1985, Karlsruhe.
 Branjina
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Budafa
Pecsbudafa
, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya / Hegyhát
 Büdösfa / Budosfa
Rózsafa
, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya / Szent-Lörincz
 Bükkösd / Bukkosd
Wickisch
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Bükkösd - Wickisch Familienbuch 1740-1895
    vereine.genealogy.net/AKdFF/B%FCkk%F6sd_oB.pdf
 Büssü / Bussu, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Büssü.
 Buzsák / Buzsak, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
C 
Cikó / Ciko (Hungarian)
Zicko
Zickau
  • Tolna County
  • Cikó, Ein Heimatbuch über die Ortsgeschichte unsere Dorfes in Ungarn, by Andreas Reder published in 1991 in Pecs. 
 Csákány (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
 Csarnóta / Csarnota (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Csaszta (Hungarian)
 Csebény / Csebeny (Hungarian)
Tschebing
Tschewing
  • Baranya County
 Csehi (Hungarian)
 Csepely (Hungarian)
 Cserdi (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Cserkút / Cserkut
  • Baranya County
 Csibrák / Csibrak (Hungarian)
Tschiwrak
Schiebrack
  • Tolna County
 Tiedisch (German)
Csikos Tottos
Csikóstöttös
/ Csikostottos, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Csikóstöttös, Baranya Co (Evangelical Lutheran) 1795-1895 (Also includes: Gerenyes, Kapposzekscsö) Church Record Transcriptions
 Csinderi-Bogad (Hungarian)
 Csököly / Csokoly (Hungarian)
Tscheckl
  • Somogy County
 Csokonyavisonta, Hungary (Official)

note: Csokonya, today Erdocsokonya, Hungary; also in Somogy County.

  • Somogy County
  • North of Barcs
 Csonka Mindszent (Hungarian)
 Csuza (Hungarian)
 Csurgo
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann) Church Record Transcriptions
 Czun (Hungarian)
D 
 Dalmand
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
Dályok / Dalyok  (Hungarian)
Dalok
Duboševica / Dubosevica, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya/Mohács
  • NW of Batina
  • 3.1km to Udvar
Dárázs / Darasz (Hungarian)
Darasch (German)
Draz, Croatia (Official)
  • Village and municipality in Osijek-Baranja county, Croatia.
  • Situated between border with Hungary in the north, border with Serbia in the east, municipality of Kneževi Vinogradi in the south, and municipality of Popovac in the south-west.
  • SW of Batina
 Dárda (Hungarian)
Darda, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya/Baranyavár
  • Village and municipality just north of Osijek, Croatia, across the Drava river in Baranja.
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Darócz / Darocz (Hungarian)
Vardarac, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Deetsch (German)
Dech
Dets
Decs
, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Dentshaza
Dancsháza
/ Dancshaza
Dencsháza
/ Dencshaza
Denecsháza
/ Denecshaza, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Devecser, Hungary (Official)
 Dinye-Berki
Dinnyeberki
, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Diosberény / Diosbereny
Bering
Beringen
  • Tolna County
 Dopka
Dobka
(Other)
Datk
Dopich
Dopca
, Hungary (Official)
  • Nagy-Küküllö (Nagy-Kukullo) / Köhalom (Kohalom) - a historic administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.
 Döbrököz / Dobrokoz
  • Tolna County
  • NW of Dómbovár  
 Dordisza (Hungarian)

 

 Döröcske / Dorocske
 Döröshcke / Doroshcke
Döröschke / Doroschke
Somogydöröcske / Somogydorocske
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Döröshcke, Somogy Co (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Bonnya, Gadács, Somogyszil) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Törrökkopany, Somogy Co. (Roman Catholic) 1738-1778 (Also includes: Döröschke, Karád, BonnyaChurch Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Somogydöröcske (Döröschke)
 Drava Palkonya
Drápalkonya
/ Drapalkonya, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Drava Szaboles,
Dravá
szabolcs / Dravszabolcs, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Drávaszentes / Dravaszentes
  • Somogy County
 Drava Szent-Martony
Drávaszentmárton / Dravaszentmarton
Alsószentmárton
/ Alsoszentmarton, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Drava Szent-Martony
Drávaszentmárton
/ Dravaszentmarton
Felsöszentmárton
/ Felsoszentmarton, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Dumbawa
Dómbovár / Dombovar, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Kimling on the Danube
Dunakömlod / Dunakomlod, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Dunaszekcsö / Dunaszekcso
Seetsche
Seetschke
Retschingen
Szekcso
Legionum, Lugionum, Villa Macedoniorum
  • Baranya County
 Düzs / Duzs
Duschau
  • Tolna County
E 
Ecsény / Ecseny, Hungary (Official)
Etsching (German)
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Ecsény (Evangelical Lutheran) 1784-1895 (Also includes:  Felsö Mocsolád, Somodor, Vamos, Palony, Raksi, Toponar) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Ecsény.
 Egerszeg in Proc. Szt. Transmontano sita
 Egerág / Egerag, Hungary (Official)
Egrad
Egeragh
  • Baranya County
 Egyházkozár / Egyhazkozar, Hungary (Official)
Egyházaskozár
/
Egyhazaskozar (Koosar)
Ratzkosar
Raizkosar
Ráckozár
/ Rackozar
  • Baranya County, a small village close to the Mecsek Mountains in southern Hungary; 2 miles from Bikal
  • Originally a German village
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Egyhazaskozar (Rackozar) in the Baranya by Henry Fischer
 Egyhazber, Hungary (Official)
Egyházasbér
/ Egyhazasber  (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Egyházharaszti / Egyhazharaszti
Harsting
  • Baranya County
 Ellend, Hungary (Official)
Elend
  • Baranya County
 Endrőc / Endroc, Hungary (Official)
Endritz (German)
  • Baranya County
 Erdősmárok / Erdosmarok, Hungary (Official)
Bischofsmarok
(German)
Bischofsmark
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Erdősmecske / Erdosmecske, Hungary (Official)
Waldorf
(German)
Ratzmetschke
Raizmetschge
  • Baranya County
  • Photos taken & contributed by Josef Dara, 09 Oct 2008 (click images to enlarge)

Taken/contributed by Josef Dara, 09 Oct 2008
This house was my mother's uncle's home which I stayed in several times in the 70's.

Erdősmecske
Taken/contributed by Josef Dara, 09 Oct 2008
My mother was born in 1924, in this house.  After the families expulsion in 1945 it was taken over by Szekerly Hungarians for free. At some stage it was taken over by my mother's cousin, now deceased. It is a little derelict but I hope to make an effort to purchase this property. Full circle so to speak.

Erdősmecske
Taken/contributed by Josef Dara, 09 Oct 2008
Peppers hang to dry . . . paprika!

 

Erdősmecske
Taken/contributed by Josef Dara, 09 Oct 2008
This woman informed me that her husband and my father were both enlisted into the Wehrmacht and posted to Riga in Estonia during WW2. I didn't know that, seeing as my father was from Nagyganisza and I wasn't even aware that he had even been to Erdosmecske at any time in his life. It seems that my fathers family undertook forcibly or otherwise the 'Magyarisation' program.

 Erszébet / Erszebet, Hungary (Official)
Bischof-Sankt-Elisabeth
(German)
Elisabeth
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Note: an Erszébet is also reported in Somogy/Nagy-Atad, Hungary.
 Értény / Erteny, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Eugenius-falva / Eugeniusfalva (Hungarian)
Eugenfalu
(Hungarian)
Jenöfalva
(Hungarian)
Podravlje
, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya / Baranyavár
F 
 Fáczánkert / Faczankert, Hungary (Official)
Fácánkert / Facankert
  • Tolna County
 Fadd, Hungary (Official)
Faad
/ Fog / Fok / Foud
Jog / Jwok
  • Tolna County
 Fazekasboda, Hungary (Official)
Fazekas-Boda
Boden
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Fehercsard
 Feked, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Felsömindszent / Felsomindszent, Hungary (Official)
Ober-Allerheiligen
  • Baranya County
 Felsómoscolád / Felsomoscolád
Motsolad
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Felsómoscolád (Mocsolád).
 Falschnanna / Falschnane
Obernannau
Obernane
Nána
/ Nana
Felsőnána
(Hungarian)
Felsö Nána
/ Felso Nana
Felsönána
/ Felsonana, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Felsö Nána, Tolna Co (Evangelical Lutheran) 1733-1895 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Zomba, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1746-1800 (Also includes: Kéty, Murga, Felsö NánaChurch Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kistormás, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1895 (Also includes: Felsö Nána, Kolesd) Church Record Transcriptions
  • The First Settlers in Felsonana
 Felsö Mocsolád / Felso Mocsolad
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - (Reformed) 1785-1864 (Also includes: Ecsény, Bonnya) Church Record Transcriptions
 Felsönyék / Felsonyek, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Fiád / Fiad, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Fonyód / Fonyod, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
  • Town & holiday resort on the south shore of Lake Balaton, in NW Somogy, western Hungary.
  • Fonyód web site: www.fonyod.hu/hu/
G 
 Gadács / Gadacs, Hungary (Official)
Gadatsch (German)
Gaditsch
(German)
 Gadány / Gadany, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Gálosfa / Galosfa, Hungary (Official)
Gallusdorf (German)
  • Somogy County
 Gamás / Gamas, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Garé / Gare, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Gerde, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Gerényes / Gerenyes, Hungary (Official)
Gerienisch
(German)
Gerimisch
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Gerenyes, Baranya Co (Evangelical Lutheran) 1815-1895 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Gerényes in Baranya County - By Anonymous, presented by Henry Fischer - Experiences of a teen age girl from the village of Gerenyes in Baranya County in Swabian Turkey, who desires to remain anonymous.  Her story is very much like those from the Batshcka and the Banat but with a different twist because it occurred in Hungary.

 Geresd, Hungary (Official)
Gerisch (German)
Gersten (German)
  • Baranya County
 Geresdlak, Hungary (Official)
Geresd und Puspoklak (Hungarian)
Gerisch (German)
Gersten (German)

Gereschlack (German)
Bischofshelm (German)
  • Baranya County
 Gerjen, Hungary (Official)
Garena
  • Tolna County
 Gilvánfa / Gilvanfa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Godisa, Hungary (Official)
Godischau
Gudischar
  • Baranya County
 Gödre / Godre, Hungary (Official)
Gedri (German)
Gödring / Godring
  • Baranya County
  • Glaube Und Kirche in Der Schwabischen Turkei Des 18. Jahrhunderts: Aufzeichnungen Von Michael Winkler in Den Pfarrchroniken Von Szakadat, Bonyhad Und Godre (German) by Michael Winkler, Franz Galambos, 368 pages, Publisher R. Trofenik 1987. ISBN: 3878281757 (Faith and church in the Swabian Turkey 18th Century: Recordings of Michael Winkler in the Church Chronicles of Szakadat, Bonyhad and Godre).
 Görbö / Gorbo (Hungarian)
 Görcsöny / Gorcsony, Hungary (Official)
Curhon
Gerchin
Gherchin
Guechen
Gurchen
Gurchun
  • Baranya County
 Görcsönydoboka / Gorcsonydoboka, Hungary (Official)
Getschingen
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Gorica, Hungary (Official)
Kismegyefa
Gorizau
  • Baranya County
 Gordisa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
Goritza (Hungarian)
 Grábóc / Graboc, Hungary (Official)
Grawitz (German)
Grábócz / Grabocz
Grábovac / Grabovac
  • Tolna County
 Gyirgye
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann)Church Record Transcriptions
Györ / Gyor Hungary (Official)
Raab (German)
Jura, Đura, Vjura (Croatian)
  • Royal Free city court jurisdiction
  • Györ s the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron county and lies on one of the important roads of Central Europe, halfway between Budapest and Vienna. The city is the sixth largest in Hungary and one of the five main regional centers of the country.
  • Official Hungarian Site: www.gyor.hu/index.php?hlid=86&nyid=2 (English)
  • Gyor City Hall
    Contributed by Henry Fischer, 1 Sep 2008 (click image to enlarge)

    Medieval walls in Gyor
    Contributed by Henry Fischer, 1 Sep 2008 (click image to enlargge)

 

Gyönk / Gyonk, Hungary (Official)
Jing, Jink (German)
 Györ / Gyor Hungary (Official)
Raab
(German)
Jura, Đura, Vjura (Croatian)
  • Royal Free city court jurisdiction
  • Györ s the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron county and lies on one of the important roads of Central Europe, halfway between Budapest and Vienna. The city is the sixth largest in Hungary and one of the five main regional centers of the country.
  • Official Hungarian Site: http://hellogyor.hu/en/ (English)
 Györköny / Gyorkony, Hungary (Official)
Jerking / Yerking (German)
Jörking / Jorking
Jörging / Jorging
Jürging / Jurging
  • Tolna County
  • Györköny: A Short History by Henry Fischer
  • Conflict in Györköny by Henry Fischer
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Györköny (Evangelical Lutheran) 1720-1801) (Also includes:  Paks, Bikács) Church Record Transcriptions
  • The villagers from Gyorkony have an annual picnic in Akron every year.  They called their village Yerking which is a corruption of the Hungarian name. [HF]
  • I'm the Mayor in Györköny. I was very happy, when I read information on DVHH about Györköny. We have website: www.gyorkony.hu. You can read this website in Hungarian, we try German and English too. We make the English version soon.
    Yours sincerely, Zoltán Braun
 Gyüd / Gyud, Hungary (Official)
Mariagy
üd / Mariagyud
Maria-Judt
Marjud
  • Baranya County
 Gyula (Hungarian)
 Gyulaj, Hungary (Official)
Gyulajov
áncza / Gyulajovancza
  • Tolna County
  • NW Dombovár
 Gyumoltseny (Hungarian)
Gyumolcsnny
  • Baranya County
 Gyürüfü / Gyurufu, Hungary (Official)
Jirifield
  • Baranya County
H 
Hács / Hacs (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Hács.
Hant, Hungary (Official)
Aparhant, Aparhant, Aprehant (German)
Aprauhann

Hanth
, Hung
  • Tolna
 Haraszti, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Harkány / Harkany, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Hasságy / Hassagy (Hungarian)
Hasságh
Hásságy
Harschad, Haschad
  • Baranya County
 Hegyhátmarác / Hegyhatmarac, Hungary (Official)
Hegyhátmaróc / Hegyhatmaroc (Hungarian)
Allerheiligen
(Hungarian)
T
ótfalu (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Hegyszentmárton / Hegyszentmarton, Hungary (Official)
Szentmártonhegy / Szentmartonhegy (Hungarian)
Márokszentmárton Bailand / Marokszentmarton Bailand
  • Baranya County
 Helesfa, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Herczeg-Szőllős / Herczeg-Szollos / Herczegszollos (Hungarian)
Knezevi Vinogradi
, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Hernádfa / Hernadfa, Hungary (Official)
Gyöngyfa [Hernádfa]
  • Baranya County
 Hetvehely, Hungary (Official)
Het
fehell
Heppenfeld
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Hidar (Hungarian)
 Hidas, Hungary (Official)
Hidasch (Hungarian)
Hidos
Magyarhidas
Raczhidas

Némethidas
/ Nemethidas (Hungarian)
Brückenau (German)
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Hidas (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1867 Church Record Transcriptions
 Hidor, Hungary (Official)
Neudorf
(German)
Heidersdorf
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Hidvég (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
 Hielveg (Hungarian)
 Himesháza / Himeshaza, Hungary (Official)
Nimmerschhausen / Nimmershausen
  • Baranya County
  • NW Mohács/Mohacs
 Hird, Hungary (Official)
Hirtendorf (German)
  • Baranya County
Hirits (Hungarian)
 Högyész / Hogyesz, Hungary (Official)
Hidjess
/ Hidjess
Mercystetten
  • Tolna County
  • The "castle" of Count von Mercy in Högyész
    Contributed by Henry Fischer, 10 Sep 2008

 

 Homokszentgyörgy / Homokszentgyorgy, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Hörnyék / Hornyek, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Horváthertelend / Horvathertelend, Hungary (Official)
Horvath Hertelend (Hungarian)
Horvát-Hertelend
Hertelend
Kroatisch-Hertlend
Kroatisch-Hertlsdorf
  • Baranya County
 Hosszühetény / Hosszuheteny, Hungary (Official)
Hosszu Heteny (Hungarian)
Langhetting (German)
Hoszúhetány / Hoszuhetany (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Husztót / Husztot, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
I 
Ibafa, Hungary (Official)
Ibau
Ebendorf
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Igal, Hungary (Official)
  • Somogy County
 Illocska Hungary (Official)
Illocsac

Illutsch
, Ilutsch
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Ipacsfa (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Iszep (Hungarian)
 Iván Battyán / Ivan Battyan, Hungary (Official)
Bodenbach
(German)
Ivánbattyán / Ivanbattyan (Hungarian)
Battyán Iván  / Battyan Ivan
Iwan
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Ivándárda / Ivandarda (Hungarian)
Ivany Darda (Hungarian)
Dárda / Darda, Hungary (Official)
Darendorf (German)
Darden
Darda, Croatia (Official)
  • Baranya County
  • A village and municipality just north of Osijek, Croatia, across the Drava river in Baranja
Izmény / Izmeny, Hungary (Official)
Ismin
, Hungary (German)
Ismy (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Rose Mary Keller Hughes - Evangelische Familienbuch by Georg Müller
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Izmény (Evangelical Lutheran) 1773-1895 (Also includes: Maza, Györe) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
  • IZMÉNY, Tolna, "Izmény, eine ehemalige deutsche Gemeinde in der Tolnau" by Georg Müller. ISBN: 9632026314. (Izmény, eine ehemalig deutsche Gemeinde in der Tolnau und Familienbuch der evangelischen Gemeinde) Order: gmuller@staticad.hu
  • Book One of "A Former German Community in the Tolna:  Contributions to Its Village History" by Georg Müller of  Pécs, 2002; translated by Henry Fischer: www.swabiantrek.com/?page_id=24
  • Izmény | Izmeny (Part Two) | Izmeny (Part Three) | Izmeny (Part Four) | Izmeny (Part Five)
J 
Jágonok / Jagonok, Hungary (Official)
J
ágornok (Hungarian)
Jágónak (Hungarian)
Jagenak
Jagernach
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Jakaabfalu (Hungarian)
 
 Jánosi / Janosi (Hungarian)
Mecsekj
ánosi / Mecsekjanosi, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Jenö / Jeno (Hungarian)
Baranyajen
ö / Baranyajeno, Hungary (Official)
Jening (German)
  • Baranya County
 Jenöfalva / Jenofalva (Hungarian)
Podravlje
, Hungary (Official)
Eugenfalu (Hungarian)
Eugeneniusfalu (Hungarian)
Eugendorf (German)
  • Baranya County
 Jováncsa (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
K 
Kreuzdorf (German)
Almáskeresztúr / Almaskeresztur, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya
Kácsfalu / Kacsfalu (Hungarian)
Jagodnjak, Croatia (Official)
Katschfeld
(German)
  • Baranya County, a village and a municipality in the Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia.
  • NW of Darda
  • Hengl, Ferdinand: Die kirchlichen Seelenlisten aus 1896 der
    deutschen katholischen Gemeinden
    [
    The church list of souls from the 1896 German Catholic communities] Albertfalu/Albertsdorf, Kácsfalu/Katschfeld, Keskend/Keschkend, Laskafalu/Laschkafeld, im Komitat Baranya/Ungarn. (county Baranya) Quellenpublikation Pécs (Fünfkirchen) 2001
  • Hackstock from Kacsfalu http://home.earthlink.net/~rortenburger/ [Rick Ortenburger]
 Kacsóta / Kacsota, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
 Kajdacs, Hungary (Official)
  • Tolna County
 Kakasd, Hungary (Official)
Kockers
Kokosch
  • Tolna County
 Kakits (Hungarian)
 Kalaznó / Kalazno (Hungarian)
Gallaß / Gallass (German)
Kalas
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kalaznó (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1867 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Varsád, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1722-1895 (Also includes: Kalaznó, Keszöhidegkút, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
 Kán / Kan (Hungarian)
Kann
Gang
  • Baranya County
 Kantsuk (Hungarian)
 Kapoly
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay) Church Record Transcriptions
  Kaposvár [Hun]
Kopisch [Ger]
Ruppertsburg
[Ger]
Kapošvar [Cro]

 Schomodei/Somogy

  • Kaposvár is a city in the southwestern part of Hungary, south from the Lake Balaton. It is one of the leading cities of Transdanubia and it is the capital of Somogy County as well as the seat of Kaposvár District and of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kaposvár.

Croatian: Kapošvar

Kaposvár [Hun], Kopisch [Ger], Kapošvar [Serb, Croa], Kapoşvar [Turk], Rupertgrad [Slovene], Ruppertsburg [Ger], Ruppertsberg.

Kaposvár [Hun], Kopisch [Ger], Kapošvar [Serb, Croa], Kapoşvar [Turk], Rupertgrad [Slovene], Ruppertsburg [Ger], Ruppertsberg

The region of Swabian Turkey between Lake Balaton, Drau/Drava and Danube with the city of Fünfkirchen/Pécs (Branau/Baranya), Kaposvár/Ruppertsburg (Schomodei/Somogy), Bonyhád (Tolnau/Tolna);

 

 

 Kapos Szektso (Hungarian)
Kaposszekcso (Hungarian)
 Kaposhomok (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
 Kaposszekcsö / Kaposszekcso (Hungarian)
Sektschi (German)
  • Baranya County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kapposzekcsö (Evangelical Lutheran) 1796-1895 (Also includes:  Bikal, deaths 1827-1834) Church Record Transcriptions
 Kára / Kara (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Kára.
 Karád / Karad
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Törrökkopany, Somogy Co. (Roman Catholic) 1738-1778 (Also includes: Döröschke, Karád, Bonnya) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Karád (Roman Catholic) 1741-1786 (Also includes: Kötcse) Church Record Transcriptions
 Karacsad-fa (Hungarian)
 Karantsch (German)
Karancs (Hungarian)
Karanac, Croatia (Official)
 Kárász / Karasz (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
  • NW of Komló
 Kassa
 Kassad (Hungarian)
Kasad
 Katadfa (Hungarian)
 Kátoly (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Katschfeld (German)
Jagodnjak (Hungarian)
 Katsota (Hungarian)
 Kékesd (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Keleviz (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
 Kemend
 Kemes
 Kemse
 Keo
 Kerseliget
  • Somogy County
 Keskend
Kozarac
 Keszöhidegkút / Keszohidegkut (Hungarian)
Hidegkút / Hidegkut (German)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Varsád, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1722-1895 (Also includes: Kalaznó, Keszöhidegkút, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Keszöhidegkút (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1895 (Also includes: Belecska) Church Record Transcriptions
 Keszu (Hungarian)
 Kéty / Kety (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kéty (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Tabod, Murga) Church Record Transcriptions
 Királyegyháza (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Kis Budmer
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Kis Csany (Hungarian)
 Kis Darda (Hungarian)
 Kis Der (Hungarian)
 Kis Falud (Hungarian)
Kisfalud (Hungarian)
 Kis Hajmas (Hungarian)
Kishajmas
 Kis Harsany (Hungarian)
 Kisherend, Hungary (Official)
Herend (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Kis Hertelend (Hungarian)
 Kis Nyarad (Hungarian)
 Kis Peterd (Hungarian)
 Kis Szent Marton (Hungarian)
Kisszentmarton (Hungarian)
 Kis Telek (Hungarian)
Kistelek
 Kis Toth-Falu (Hungarian)
Kistotfalu (Hungarian)
 Kisasszonyfa (Hungarian)
Kisasszonyfa
  • Baranya County
 Kisbárapáti / Kisbarapati  (Hungarian)
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kisbarápati (Roman Catholic) 1741-1798 (Also includes:  Bonnya)Church Record Transcriptions
 Kisbattyán / Kisbattyan (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Kisbudmér / Kisbudmer (Hungarian)
Kleinbudmer
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Kischfalud
Branjina
 Kisdárda / Kisdarga (Hungarian)
  • Baranya County
 Kisdorog (Hungarian)
  • Tolna County
 Kisherend
  • Baranya County
 Kisjakabfalva
Jakfal
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Kiskassa
  • Baranya County
 Kisköszeg / Kiskoszeg
  • Baranya County
 Kiskozár
  • Baranya County
 Kislippó
  • Baranya County
 Kislippó
Lipewar
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Kismányok / Kismanyok
  • Tolna County
  • Kismáyok (Kismanyok) Heimatbuch und Ortschronik Unser kleines Dorf in der Tolnau

  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions

 Kisnyárád
  • Baranya County
 Kisszékely / Kisszekely
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szárszentlörinc, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1725-1895 (Also includes: Kisszekély, Nemédi, Borjad, Udz) Church Record Transcriptions
 Kistapolca
  • Baranya County
 Kistormás / Kistormas
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kistormás, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1895 (Also includes: Felsö Nána, Kolesd) Church Record Transcriptions
 Kisvaszar
  • Baranya County
 Kisvejke
Kis Vejke
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
 
Köblény / Kobleny, Hungary (Official)
Kewling
Köbling(en) / Kobling(en)
  • South of Mágocs
  • Baranya County
 Kokeny
 Kolesd
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kistormás, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1895 (Also includes: Felsö Nána, KolesdChurch Record Transcriptions
 Kolked
 Komló / Komlo
  • Baranya County
 Kopats
 Koppányszantö / Koppanyszanto
  • Tolna County
 Koros

 

 Korpad
 Kos Kozar
 Koszeg
Kiskoszeg
Batina
Battina
 Kötcse / Kotcse
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Karád (Roman Catholic) 1741-1786 (Also includes: Kötcse) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kötcse, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1895 Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Kötcse in Somogy County (The following information is taken from an article published by Johann Müller of Bissingen-an-der-Enz and formerly of Bonnya, Somogy County, Hungary.) 

  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Kötcse.
  • Kotcse and its vineyards in the rolling hills of Somogy County
    Contributed by Henry Fischer, 1 Sep 2008

 

 Kovacshida
 Kovácsi
  • Tolna County
 Kovacs-Szena
Kovacsszenaja
 Kovácsszénája
  • Baranya County
 Ko-Vago-Szollos
 Kovesd
 Kozármisleny
  • Baranya County
 Kremling
Keer
Nemetker
 Kurd
  • Tolna County
L 
Lad
  • Somogy County
 Ladomány
  • Tolna County
 Lak
  • Baranya County
 Lánycsók / Lanycsok
Lantschuk
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Lapáncsa / Lapancsa
Lapantsch
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Laschkafeld
Laskafalu
Ceminac
  • Baranya County
  • Hengl, Ferdinand: Die kirchlichen Seelenlisten aus 1896 der
    deutschen katholischen Gemeinden
    [
    The church list of souls from the 1896 German Catholic communities] Albertfalu/Albertsdorf, Kácsfalu/Katschfeld, Keskend/Keschkend, Laskafalu/Laschkafeld, im Komitat Baranya/Ungarn. (county Baranya) Quellenpublikation Pécs (Fünfkirchen) 2001
  • Laschkafeld 1720-1045 Deutsches Dorf in der Schwäbischen Türkei
 Lasko
 Lengyél / Lengyel
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Lengyél, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1768-1783 (Includes only Lutherans living in Mekényes) Church Record Transcriptions
 Ligeth
 Lipova
 Lipovicza
 Lippó
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Liptód
  • Baranya County
 Liszok
 Löcs
  • Baranya County
 Lothárd
  • Baranya County
 Lots
 Lovasz Heteny
Lovaszheteny
 Lovászhetény
  • Baranya County
 Luč / Luc
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Lulla Puszta
  • Somogy County
M 
Mágocs
Magotsch
(German)
 Magots
 Magyar Egregy
Magyaregregy
 Magyar Hertelend
Magyarhertelend
 Magyar Peterd
 Magyar Soros
 Magyar Szek
Magyarszek
 Magyar Urogh
 Magyarbóly
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Magyar-Boly
Magyarboly
 Magyarkeszi
  • Tolna County
 Majos
Majesch
  • Tolna County
  • The Settlement of the Village of Majos by Heinrich Marz (from his book Heimatbuch und Ortschronik von Majos/Majesch, 1997.)
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Heimatbuch und Ortschronik von Majos by Heinrich März, 1997, Olching.
  • Majos key keeper Contributed by Henry Fischer, 1 Sep 2008

 Majs
Majsch
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Malom
 Mánfa
  • Baranya County
 Maráza
  • Baranya County
 Marfa
 Máriakéménd
  • Baranya County
 Máriakémend
Keemend
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Máriayüd
  • Baranya County
 Marocsa
 Marocz
 Márok
  • Baranya County
 Martonfa
  • Baranya County
 Matty
 Maus
 Mázszászvár
  • Baranya County
 Mecseknádasd
Naadasch
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Mecsekpölöske
  • Baranya County
 Mecsekszakál
  • Baranya County
 Medina
  • Tolna County
 Megyefa
  • Baranya County
 Mekényes / Mekenyes
  • Baranya County
  • Mekenyes in the Baranya by Henry Fischer
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Lengyél, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1768-1783 (Includes only Lutherans living in Mekényes) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann)Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
 Mesztegnyö
  • Somogy County
 Metske
 Mezöd / Mezod
  • Baranya County
 Miklósi / Miklosi
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Miklósi.
 Mindszent
 Misleny
  • Baranya County
 Miszla
  • Tolna County
 Möcsény / Mocseny
  • Tolna County
 Mohács / Mohacs
  • Baranya County
 Mohats
 Monos-Okor
 Monostor
 Morágy / Moragy
Moráagy / Moraagy
 Monyoród / Monyorod
Morgenrod
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Mözs
  • Tolna County
 Mucsfa
  • Tolna County
  • Mucsfa in the Tolna
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mucsfa, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895 (Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand) Church Record Transcriptions
 Murga
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Zomba, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1746-1800 (Also includes: Kéty, Murga, Felsö Nána) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Murga, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1778-1895 (Baptisms only) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kéty (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Tabod, MurgaChurch Record Transcriptions
 Mutsching (German)
Mucsi (Hungarian)
Mutschlak (German)
Metschelad
(German)
Alsómocsolád / Alsomocsolad
, Hungary (0fficial) 
  • Baranya
N 
Nadasd
 Nágocs / Nagocs
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Nágócs.
 Nagy Ag
Nagyág / Nagyag
  • Baranya County
  • Nagy Ag means Big Branch
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, NagyágChurch Record Transcriptions
Nagyárpád / Nagyarpád / Nagyarpad, Hungary (Official)
Großarbeid / Grossarbeid (German)
Großasbersdorf / Gross Asbersdorf
Árpád / Arpad
  • Baranya County
 Nagy Budmer, Nagybudmer
 Nagy Csany
 Nagy Falu
 Nagy Hajmas
Nagyhajmas
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Mekényes, Baranya Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann)Church Record Transcriptions
 Nagy Harsany
Nagyharsany
 Nagy Kozar
Nagykozar
 Nagy Marok
 Nagy Nemet-Boly
 Nagy Nyarad
Nagynyarad
 Nagy Palkonya
 Nagy Pall
Nagypall
 Nagy Petered
Nagypeterd
 Nagy Szek
 Nagy Toth-Falu
Nagytotfalu
 Nagy Urogh
 Nagy Vary
 Nagyatáad
  • Somogy County
 Nagybajom
  • Somogy County
 Nagybudmér
  • Baranya County
 Nagydorog
  • Tolna County
 Nagyhajmás
Hajmasch
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Nagykönyi
  • Tolna County
 Nagykozár
  • Baranya County
 Nagymányok
  • Tolna County
 Nagypall
  • Baranya County
 Nagyszékely / Nagyszekely
Gross Säckel
(German)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Nagyszekély, Tolna Co. (Reformed) 1722-1895 (Also includes: Kisszekély, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
 Nagyvejke
  • Tolna County
 Nagyyárad
Grossnaarad
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Nak
  • Tolna County
 Nemédi / Nemedi
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szárszentlörinc, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1725-1895 (Also includes: Kisszekély, Nemédi, Borjad, Udz) Church Record Transcriptions
 Németboly / Nemetboly
Német-Boly
/ Nemet-Boly

Deustschbohl
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Geschichte der Grossgemeinde Német-Bóly by Bela von Németh, 1900, Pécs
 Németegres
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Németegres.
 Németi / Nemeti
Nemethi
  • Baranya County
 Németmárok / Nemetmarok
Maarok
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Németpalkonya / Nemetpalkonya
Palkan
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Nikla
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Nikla.
 Nordschomodei
  • Nordschomodei, Heimatbuch und Geschichte einer deutschen Sprachinsel der Schwäbischen Türkei in Ungarn, edited by Anton Tafferner, 1973, München.
  • The Nordschomodei in Swabian Turkey - The source of the information in this article is taken from the "Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei" published in Münich in 1973.  Subtitle: The History of a  German Linguistic Island in Swabian Turkey in Hungary." 

 Nyomja
  • Baranya County
O 
Ó-Banya / O-Banya
Ób
ánya / Obanya, Hungary (Official)
Altglashütte / Altglashutte (German)
Alte Glashütte
/ Alte Glashutte (German)
  • Baranya
 Ocsárd
  • Baranya County
 O-Falu
Ofalu
 Okor-volgy
Okorvolgy
 Olasz
  • Baranya County
 Olasz
Olasz
 Old
 Orfü
  • Baranya County
 Oroszló
  • Baranya County
 Oszro
 Ozd, Ozd
 Ozora
  • Tolna County
P 
Paks (Paks an die Donau)
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Paks, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1721-1797 (Also includes: Bikács)Church Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Paks, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1786-1819 Church Record Transcriptions
 Palatinca
  • Tolna County
 Pale
 Pálfa
  • Tolna County
 Palkonya
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Palotabozsok
  • Baranya County
 Paprad
  Pári/ Pari (Hungarian)
Paar (German)
Pári / Paá
r / Pari / Paari
*Pari between 1984 and 2006 was part of Tamasi  
  • Tolna County Tamási Sub region
  • Paár Tolna/Dombovár
  • Tamásitól 6 km south of the Koppány Valley.
  • Surnames recorded in Pari, and how many listings [Source: Radix.com]
    Pári, Pari, Pári : Barabás (1), Bauer (1), Békési (1), Brandeisz (1), Busz (1), Eisenhauer (1), Ekkert (1), Fáth (2), Fellinger (1), Fóti (1), Frank (1), Frankfurter (1), Geiger (1), Gombos (1), Grabner (1), Groisz (1), Grósz (1), Grosz (2), Günther (1), Gutheil (1), Halmi (1), Hemerle (1), Hemerli (1), Hóhner (1), Hohner (1), Hradek (1), Igert (2), Jakab (1), Krumpek (2), Kurz (1), Kutasi (1), Lehr (1), Maráth (2), Marath (1), Maurer (3), Mauzer (3), Metz (1), Müller (5), Nieder (2), Oszbach (1), Pálfy (1), Pelcz (5), Pele (1), Piringer (2), Probszt (1), Rauh (8), Reiner (1), Ritter (2), Roth (1), Rozenberger (1), Schäfer (1), Schäffer (3), Schrech (1), Schrekk (2), Sonntag (1), Steiner (6), Szilli (2), Sziriger (1), Sziringer (1), Szontag (1), Thék (1), Ulreich (1), Vein (1), Weber (2), Weisz (3), Weldi (1).

 

 Patacs
  • Baranya County
 Pax an der Donau
Paks
 Pazdan
 Pécs
  • Baranya County
 Pécsbagota / Pecsbagota, Hungary (Official)
Bagota
  • Baranya County / District: Szentlőrinczi / Szent-Lőrinczi
 Pécsdevecser
  • Baranya County
 Pécsudvard
  • Baranya County
 Pécsvárad
  • Baranya County
 Pellérd / Pellerd
 Pélmonostor
  • Baranya County
 Pereked
  • Baranya County
 Petárda
  • Baranya County
 Peterd
  • Baranya County
 Petlovac
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Petrovszky-Ivany
 Petsvard
 Piski
 Pisko
Pócsa
Pootsch
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Pogány
  • Baranya County
 Polány
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Polány in Somogy County.
 Poloske
 Popovac
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Pusok-Marok
 Pusztafalu
R 
 Ráckozár / Rackozar
Egyh
ázkozár / Egyhazkozar, Hungary (Official)
Egyházaskozár
/
Egyhazaskozar (Koosar)
Ratzkosar
Raizkosar
  • see: Egyházkozár
Rád / Rad, Hungary (Official)
Raád / Raad
  • Baranya/Siklos
Ráksi / Raksi
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Ráksi in Somogy County.
Ratz-Gorcson
Ratz-Kozar
 Ratz-Metske
 Ratz-Petre
 Ratz-Tottos
 Regenye
 Regöly / Regoly
  • Tolna County
 Romonya
  • Baranya County
 Ronadfa
 Rugasd
S 
Sachsenburg (German)
Szaszvar
 Samod
 Sárok / Sarok
Scharok
  • Baranya County
 Sásd / Sasd
  • Baranya County
 Sasswar
Sachsenburg
Szaszvar
Szaszvar
 Sazboles
 Sepse
 Séresekszöllös / Seresekszollos
  • Somogy County
 Siklosi, Hungary (Official)
Schiklosch
(German)
Sieglos
Siklós
/ Siklos
  • Baranya County
 Siklósnagyfalu / Siklosnagyfalu
  • Baranya County
 Simontornya
Fortiana
Simonsthrum
  • Tolna County
  • County dungeon / prison in Simontornya
    Contributed by Henry Fischer, 1 Sep 2008 (click image to enlarge)

 Somberék / Somberek
Schomberg
(German)
  • Baranya County
 Somodor
  • Somogy County
 Somogy
  • Baranya County
 Somogydöröcske / Somogydorocske
Döröshcke / Doroshcke
Döröschke
/ Doroschke
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Döröshcke, Somogy County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Bonnya, Gadács, Somogyszil) Church Record Transcriptions
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Somogydöröcske (Döröschke)
 Somogyhárságy
  • Somogy County
 Somogyszil
Szil
(German)
 Somogyvár / Somogyvar
  • Somogy County
 Sos-Vertike
Sosvertike
 Sumony
  • Baranya County
 Szabadszenkirály / Szabadszenkiraly
  • Baranya County
 Szabar
 Szabas
 Szabolcs
  • Baranya County
 Szagy
 Szajk
  • Baranya County
 Szakadát / Szakadat
  • Tolna County
  • Glaube Und Kirche in Der Schwabischen Turkei Des 18. Jahrhunderts: Aufzeichnungen Von Michael Winkler in Den Pfarrchroniken Von Szakadat, Bonyhad Und Godre (German) by Michael Winkler, Franz Galambos, 368 pages, Publisher R. Trofenik 1987. ISBN: 3878281757 (Faith and church in the Swabian Turkey 18th Century: Recordings of Michael Winkler in the Church Chronicles of Szakadat, Bonyhad and Godre)
 Szakal
 Szakcs
  • Tolna County
 Szalantha
Szalanta
 Szalatnak
  • Baranya County
 Szaporcza
Szarasz

 

Szárazd / Szarazd
  • Tolna County
  • Chronik der ev. Luth. Gemeinde Szárazd im Komitat Tolna Ungarn, by Johann Wolf 1993, Rockenhausen.
  • Szárazd, Orssippenbuch der Evang.-Luth. Gemeinde im Komitat Tolna/Ungarn by Johann Wolf, 1994, Rockenhausen. A study of the families living in Szarazd.
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szakadát, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1737-1799 (Also includes: Szarázd, Bereny, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
 Szasz
 Szárszentlörinc / Szarszentlorinc
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szárszentlörinc, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1725-1895 (Also includes: Kisszekély, Nemédi, Borjad, Udz) Church Record Transcriptions
 Szászvár / Szaszvar
  • Baranya County
 Szatina
 Szava
 Szebeny
  • Baranya County
 Szederkény / Szaszvar
  • Baranya County
 Székelyszabar / Szekelyszabar
  • Baranya County
 Szektso
 Szellö / Szello
  • Baranya County
 Szemely
  • Baranya County
 Szemes
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Szemes in Somogy County.
 Szentdénes / Szentdenes
  • Baranya County
 Szent-Dienes
Szentdenes
 Szent-Erszebeth
Pecsvaradi
 Szent-Erszebeth
Siklosi jarus
 Szent-Gal
Szentgal
 Szent-Istvan
Szentistvan
 Szent-Ivan
 Szent-Katalin
Szentkatalin
 Szent-Kiraly
Szentkiraly
 Szentlászló / Szentlaszlo
Szent-Laszlo
  • Somogy County
 Szentlörinc / Szentlorinc
  • Baranya County
 Szent-Lorintz
Szentlorinc
 Szerdahely
 Szill
 Szillágy / Szillagy
  • Baranya County
 Szilvás / Szilvas
  • Baranya County
 Szoke
 Szoked
 Szopok
  • Baranya County
 Szorosad
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Szorosad in Somogy County.
 Szulok
  • Somogy County
 Szúr / Szur
  • Baranya County
T 
 Tab
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay) Church Record Transcriptions
Tabod
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kéty (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895 (Also includes: Tabod, Murga) Church Record Transcriptions
 Tapolcza, Tapolca

 

 Tarcsapuszta
  • Baranya County
 Tarros
  • Baranya County
 Tekeres
 Tekés / Tekes
  • Baranya County
  • Tekes Familienbuch (Family Book) by George Mueller
  • Tékes eine deutsch-ungarische Gemeinde in der Branau
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Rackozár, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867 (Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág) Church Record Transcriptions
 Tengelic
  • Tolna County
 Tengerin
 Terehegy
 Téseny
  • Baranya County
 Tessenfa
Tesenfa
 Tevel
  • Tolna County
  • Tevel in the Tolna by Henry Fischer
  • Tevel, Zweieinhalb Jahrhunderte schwäbische Ortsgeschitchte in Ungarn 1701-1948 by Johann Eppel, 1988, Budapest.
  Tiszalak
 Tofü
  • Baranya County
 Tolnanémedi
  • Tolna County
 Toponar
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay)Church Record Transcriptions
 Torjánc
  • Baranya County
 Torjancz
 Tormas
 Törrökkopany / Torrokkopany
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Törrökkopany, Somogy Co. (Roman Catholic) 1738-1778 (Also includes: Döröschke, Karád, Bonnya) Church Record Transcriptions
 Totker
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay)Church Record Transcriptions
 Töttös / Tottos
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Turony
  • Baranya County
 Torvay
  • Somogy County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Tab, Somogy Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895 (Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay)Church Record Transcriptions
U 
Udvar
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Udvard
 Udvári / Udvari
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Varsád, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1722-1895 (Also includes: Kalaznó, Keszöhidegkút, UdváriChurch Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Szakadát, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1737-1799 (Also includes: Szarázd, Bereny, UdváriChurch Record Transcriptions
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Udvari, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1867 (Also includes: Bikács) Church Record Transcriptions
 Uj-Banya
 Ujireg
  • Tolna County
 Uj-Mindszent
 Újpetre / Ujpetre
Raazpetr
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Ürög
  • Baranya County
V 
Vajszló / Vajszlo
  • Baranya County
 Vámos / Vamos
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Vámos in Somogy County.
 Varálja / Varalja
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Kismányok (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895 (Also includes: Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja) Church Record Transcriptions
 Varasd

 

 Varga
 Varjas
 Varkony
 Varsád / Varsad
Warschad
(German)
  • Tolna County
  • Varsád, Ein Dorf Eine Heimat Unsere Heimat im Komitat Tolnau, by Heinrich Weissenberger, 1995, Rockenhausen.
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Varsád, Tolna Co.(Evangelical Lutheran) 1722-1895 (Also includes: Kalaznó, Keszöhidegkút, Udvári) Church Record Transcriptions
 Vásárosdombó / Vasarosdombo
  • Baranya County
 Vasaros-Dombo
Vasarosdombo
 Vasas
  • Baranya County
 Vaszar
 Vasznak
 Vejti, Vejti
 Vékény / Vekeny
  • Baranya County
 Vémend / Vemend
Weemend
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Die Geschichte von Véménd by Johann Petri, 1986, Ettlingen. 
 Veres-Marth
 Versend
  • Baranya County
 Villány / Villany
Wieland
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Villánykövesd
  • Baranya County
 Virágos / Viragos
Wiraagisch
(German)
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Viszlo
 Vokány / Vokany
  • Baranya County
  • Articles and references on this village found in Unvergessene Heimat Branau.
 Vörösmart
W 
Warasch (German)
Warersdorf
(German)
Apátvarasd / Apátvarasd
  • Baranya
Wickisch (German)
Wikisch (German)
Bukosd (Hungarian)
Bükkösd / Bukkosd, Hungary (Official)
  • Baranya County
  • Village with 1,384 inhabitants 25 km west of Pécs. The Petrovszky mansion built in the style of Louis XVI (1786) is now an educational establishment. Roman Catholic church with a painting by Mihály Zichy.
Wikatsch (German)
Wiekatsch
(German)
Bikács / Bikacs, Hungary (Official)
 
Z 
Zalata
 Závod
  • Tolna County
  • Závod in the Tolna - A summary and partial translation of sections of the Heimatbuch:
    Závod in der Tolna by Anton Mayer.; translated by Henry Fischer. 
  • Local history and Geography of Závod in Tolna
  • Závod in der Tolnau, Heimatbujch zur Geschichte des Dorfes Závod und dessen Bewohnern, by Anton Mayer, 1990 Ettlingen. 
 Zengövárkony / Zengovarkony
  • Baranya County
 Zics
  • Somogy County
  • Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei: Provides information on the villages of Zics in Somogy County.
 Zomba
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Zomba, Tolna Co. (Roman Catholic) 1746-1800 (Also includes: Kéty, Murga, Felsö Nána) Church Record Transcriptions
 Zook
Zok
 Szarazd
 Zsibrik
  • Tolna County
  • Lookups Guide: Henry Fischer - Zsibrik, Tolna Co. (Evangelical Lutheran) 1793-1867 (Marriages only) Church Record Transcriptions
 Zsibrik 
  • Baranya County


Reference List:

Village data submitted to DVHH.org by Researchers, Volunteers, and Henry Fischer.

Auslander, Jordan "Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary." Published by Avotaynu, 2005.

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

Ungarndeutsche Ortsnamen ungarisch und deutsch http://www.ungarndeutsche.de/ortsnamen_du.html

Village List researched and compiled by Jody McKim, 2008

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Music class in Gyönk, Hungary, 1910. Adam Schneider (1st row, 2nd from right w/flugelhorn.
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Nordschomodei, Heimatbuch und Geschichte einer deutschen Sprachinsel der Schwäbischen Türkei in Ungarn, edited by Anton Tafferner, 1973, München.


Somogy County:
Heimatbuch der Nordschomodei

  • Bonnya

  • Büssü

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  • Ecsény

  • Gadács

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  • Illocska

  • Ivánbattyán

  • Kisbudmér

  • Kisjakabfalva

  • Kiskassa

  • Lánycsók

  • Lapáncsa

  • Lippó

  • Luč

  • Majs

  • Monyoród

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Provides information on the following villages in Baranya County: 

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  • Tékes

  • Szabadi 

Nordschomodei, Heimatbuch und Geschichte einer deutschen Sprachinsel der Schwäbischen Türkei in Ungarn, edited by Anton Tafferner, 1973, München.


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