11701Re: [S-R] Re: 1600-1700s Hung Census &Gazetteer Available Online
- Mar 1, 2005Hello Bill..........
I have to plead to "not understanding" where I can find the Dvsorszak Gazetteer. The way you talk about it below it appears on the arcanun site but I have not found it there. Where do you bring it up?? I have found the 1715 census but have yet to find any entries for the 1623, 1631, 1691 Ubarial census. One of my villages is Jobahaza but it is not there and I had hoped it would be.
Anyway, thanks for all your assistance.
Also online is the
> > importantgenealogical value, but they are important insights into the development of the
> > > Dvsorszak Gazetteer. Admittedly, they are not of much
> > Thesepresent-
> > > census cover all of the "old Hungary", which means not only
> > dayat
> > > Slovakia, but also Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, etc.
> > >
> > > Shown below are the highlights and links to web pages I have
> > developed to
> > > help initiate you on their usage.
> > >
> > > � Gazetteers
> > > � Dvorzs�k Gazetteer - Based on the 1877 Census, scans of the
> > actual
> > > pages of this Ecclesiastical Gazetteer are now available online
> > no fee.may
> > > Useful in determining where a villager of a particular faith
> > havenewly-
> > > attended church. An interesting compliment to Auslander's
> > published[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > > "Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary".
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