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Banat was a region located in south part of Austria-Hungary Empire, in the area of what is now Croatia, Serbia, Romania in addition to Hungary.  
 
Banat was a region located in south part of Austria-Hungary Empire, in the area of what is now Croatia, Serbia, Romania in addition to Hungary.  
  
Villages: Sanktandres ([[Sinandrei,_Timis_County,_Romania|Sinandrei, Timis County, Romania]])
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=== Villages<br>  ===
  
[[Category:Banat]] [[Category:Hungary|Banat]] [[Category:Romania|Banat]] [[Category:Serbia|Banat]] [[Category:Croatia|Banat]]
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Sanktandres ([[Sinandrei, Timis County, Romania|Sinandrei, Timis County, Romania]])
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=== Websites<br>  ===
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*[http://www.genealogy.net/reg/ESE/dshist.txt History of German Settlements in Southern Hungary] by Sue Clarkson, with bibliography
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*[http://www.genealogy.net/reg/ESE/dschwaben.html DANUBE-SWABIANS / DONAUSCHWABEN]&nbsp; Extensive list of Resources for the study of Donauschwaben Genealogy
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*[http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ESE/dsbanat.html DONAUSCHWABEN IN THE BANAT] Genealogy Resources for the Donauschwaben in the Banat, including the Arader Land
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*[http://www.banaters.com/banat/intro.html Donauschwaben Heritage Society] Preserves the Donauschwaben heritage and the Donauschwaben communities around the world
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*[http://www.dvhh.org/ Remembering Our Donauschwaben Ancestors] Publishes historical and genealogical information on the Donauschwaben villages and provides a repository of information specific to Donauschwaben genealogy.
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*[http://www.genealogienetz.de/vereine/AKdFF/index-e.htm The Working Group of Danube-Swabian Researchers (AKdFF)] The "Working Group of Danube Swabian Family Researchers" or in German, "Arbeitskreis donauschwaebischer Familienforscher" is a society of over 700 members with headquarters in Sindelfingen, Germany, and specializing in Donauschwaben genealogy research. The goal of most researchers is to find the ancestors who were the original settlers in southern Hungary, and to find out where they lived in the old German states prior to migration
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*[http://www.feefhs.org/ The Federation of East European Family History Societies (FEEFHS)] Serves all ethnic groups, religious groups and genealogists with East European ancestors <br>
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*[http://www.genealogy.ro/ GenealogyRO Group] is a Genealogical Research &amp; Probate Investigations Group with full research capabilities for Romanian Banat, Transylvania, and Romania. Our belief is that genealogical research must be stimulated in this corner of the World. In these Web pages everybody is invited to check our contributions in achieving this purpose.<br>
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*[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~banatdata/index.html Donauschwaben Genealogical Data Index]<br>
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*[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~banatdata/DDB/HomePage.htm David Dreyer’s Ship Extraction Database of the Banat] Emigration from Banat including name extractions <br>
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*[http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ESE/ds_idx.htm Donauschwaben Village List]<br>
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[[Category:Banat]] [[Category:Hungary]] [[Category:Romania]] [[Category:Serbia]] [[Category:Croatia]]

Revision as of 17:35, 29 September 2009

Banat was a region located in south part of Austria-Hungary Empire, in the area of what is now Croatia, Serbia, Romania in addition to Hungary.

Villages

Sanktandres (Sinandrei, Timis County, Romania)

Websites

  • Remembering Our Donauschwaben Ancestors Publishes historical and genealogical information on the Donauschwaben villages and provides a repository of information specific to Donauschwaben genealogy.
  • The Working Group of Danube-Swabian Researchers (AKdFF) The "Working Group of Danube Swabian Family Researchers" or in German, "Arbeitskreis donauschwaebischer Familienforscher" is a society of over 700 members with headquarters in Sindelfingen, Germany, and specializing in Donauschwaben genealogy research. The goal of most researchers is to find the ancestors who were the original settlers in southern Hungary, and to find out where they lived in the old German states prior to migration