Batschka Family Research
Finding your Danube Swabian roots

Batschka Reference Books
Published resources relating to Villages & Family Research

Batschka Village Look-up Guides - are listed on our Village Index, under each village.

Look-up Guides for Emigrants/Stader and 1828 Hungarian Census, and other books

Bács-Bodrog Megye (County) - Hungarian Names of Villages & Cities & FHC Film Number

Understanding Danube Swabian Research & Discoveries with Alice Spande

Dennis J. Bauer's Genealogical Batschka Book Collection

Emigration from Batschka in the US Customs & Immigration Passenger Ship Records
by Dave Dreyer

General & Non-Specific Look-ups

941 Ship Extractions from Batschka, Records by Name - Records by Village
- PDF File: People who died in the USA - Brigitte & Gunther Wolf:

Ship Data: Information regarding the ships your Donauschwaben ancestors journeyed on immigrating to the US, may be provided by request.  See Sample - John Schlesinger

Peter Schmidt's Deutsch-Ungarisher Familienkalenders

Germans & Hungarians: 1828 Land Census - Mrs. Martha Remer Conner

About The Hungarian Property Tax 1828 Land Census

List of Citizens killed by Marshall Tito's Regime

Donauschwaben Zeitung www.gsg-medien.de

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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

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Donauschwaben in Yugoslavia German People Federation in Subotica and Baetetigungsfeld, BR Yugoslavia [German] www.dvvstimme.org.yu/index.htm

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Serbia and Montenegro Map & Placename Index

CentroConsult - Research in Slovakia & former Austria-Hungary

ProGenealogists - Family History Research Group - Records Retrieval and Ancestry Research (Former Hungarian areas)

 
   

 

 

 


Where to Look for
Hard-to-Find German-Speaking Ancestors
in Eastern Europe
by Brandt, Bruce 1992.
Index to 16,372 surnames and references to where they may be found in Galicia, Austria, Hungary, the Banat and Batschka.


 


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