German towns in Slovakia & Upper Hungary
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German towns in Slovakia & Upper Hungary a genealogical gazetteer by Duncan B. Gardiner

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Published by Family Historian in Lakewood, Ohio (12961 Lake Ave., Lakewood 44107) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Slovakia,
  • Hungary

Subjects:

  • Cities and towns -- Slovakia -- Dictionaries.,
  • Cities and towns -- Hungary -- Dictionaries.,
  • Germans -- Slovakia -- Genealogy.,
  • Germans -- Hungary -- Genealogy.,
  • Slovakia -- Gazetteers.,
  • Hungary -- Gazetteers.,
  • Slovakia -- Genealogy.,
  • Hungary -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesGerman towns in Slovakia and Upper Hungary.
StatementDuncan B. Gardiner.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDB2707 .G37 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 58 p., [20] leaves :
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2126423M
LC Control Number88187628

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German Towns In Slovakia & Upper Hungary: A Genealogical Gazetteer it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — 2 editions Want to Read saving 5/5(1). Genealogy Slovakia Very helpful Slovakian gazetteer that includes surnames found in each village. Gardiner, Duncan B. German towns in Slovakia & Upper Hungary: a genealogical gazetteer. Lakewood, Ohio: Family Historian, (FHL book E5g ). Gazetteer of German towns in the former kingdom of Hungary, now in Slovakia, Hungary, and. It is common for villages in Upper Hungary (Slovakia) to have as many as eight different names over the last years. Most villages have three or four. I have created an entire page of ancestral place name identification strategies to help identify that seemingly elusive birthplace. A basic book, now out of print, which gives the basics and much. There is an emphasis on the LDS FHL holdings. Gardiner, Duncan. German Towns in Slovakia and Upper Hungary: A Genealogical Gazetteer (Lakewood, update of third edition). This book has chapters on the German settlement of Eastern Europe, German settlements in Slovakia and.

Archeologists have found evidence of settlements which date back to the 8th century. During the period of , King Bela IV of Hungary requested German settlers relocate to the city. Prešov became a German speaking settlement along with others in the future who were Slovak, Ruthenian, Hungarian, Polish, Jewish and Ukrainian. In it became the capitol of Upper Hungary (which included most of the area of Slovakia), and held government offices and the seat of the Roman Catholic church. At this time many schools were opened there, and in a university was founded. Historical place names in Slovakia, Hungary Q: What should I call my ancestors' village, county? Contrary to some assumptions, a number of the Kingdom of Hungary's Slovak and other villages, towns, and counties had multiple formally recognized parallel (as well as sequential) names represented in a variety of spellings for most of the years of its existence. It reduced Hungary's population by two-thirds. One of those pieces was the newly-formed Czechoslovakia, which composed the territories of a) Bohemia, Moravia and Austria-Silesia (which constitute today's Czech Republic), b) Upper Hungary (Today's Slovakia) and c) Carpatho-Ukraine [Zakarpats'ka oblast', the Ukrainian term] (today's western Ukraine).