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  • John Magyari
    I found the 1907 Gazetteer very helpful for finding info on villages in Austria Crown Lands which displayed #Male, #Female, Acres, #Houses, # Each Religion,
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 13, 2010
      I found the 1907 Gazetteer very helpful for finding info on villages in
      Austria Crown Lands which displayed
      #Male, #Female, Acres, #Houses, # Each Religion, #cows, etc.

      In the 1877 Dvorzsák Gazetteer It listed the villages as well as numbers
      for each religion Greek Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, etc.
      It also listed alternate names for some villages.

      Kokenyes (Ternovo), Taraczviz Jaras, Maramaros Megye, Greek Catholic
      1549, Jewish 117 with temple in Tecso
      Tecso, Tecso Jaras, Maramaros Megye, Greek Catholic 798, Roman Catholic
      337, Jewish 318
      Otvosfalva (Otvosfalu, Eotvosfalva, Otvesfalva, Zolotarijovo) , Tecso
      Jaras, Maramaros Megye, Greek Catholic 1364, Jewish 41, Roman Catholic 1
      Balazvagas, Felso Tarcza Jaras, Saros Megye, Greek Catholic 1004, Roman
      Catholic 115, Jewish 40
      Luko, Szekcso Jaras, Saros Megye, Greek Catholic 479, Jewish 115, Roman
      Catholic 88

      Are there other Gazetteer's or other sources that might contain more
      info than displayed in the 1877 Dvorzsák Gazetteer like #Male, #Female,
      Acres, #Houses, #cows, #religious people and their families in village,
      etc.?

      thanks,
      john magyari
      www.lipowiec.org
      researching above villages
      surnames
      magyari, akosi, dekun, gendich -> Kokenyes
      turok -> Otvosfalva
      szenda -> Balazvagas
      chupinsky -> Luko
      waryanka, kopij, wasczko, burak, petronko, kuchta, husowiec, ferrence
      the whole village of Lipowiec (near Jasliska), Sanok District, Galicia
      Province, Austria-Hungary
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