Locating or finding cities, towns, villages, settlements,
communities, places, churches, and church records
in the old Austria Hungary or Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Includes past and present, former and current, and old
and new place names now located in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland,
Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia,
Ukraine, Yugoslavia, and Serbia.
Available on CD-ROM!
complete resource--for those doing genealogy
research in the old Magyarország
(currently--Austria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine) and
Horvát-Szlavonország (Croatia, Serbia or the
old Yugoslavia, and Slovenia).
the 1877 Hungarian Gazetteer
by Janos Dvorzsak
ATLAS, and GAZETTEER
KINGDOM of HUNGARY
A genealogical “gold mine” for anyone
researching their Austro-Hungarian heritage
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Hungarian Village Finder…
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a list of the 71 counties
(megyes/varmegyes) covered in
the Hungarian Village Finder…
an INDEX for the
Hungarian Village Finder... with
links to LISTS of place names
located in the counties/megyes of
the former Kingdom of Hungary.
Try the How To Find Genealogy
Guide for locating ancestral
cities, towns, settlements, villages, and
and FORMS in Hungarian and English to help you
learn your ancestral placenames
for more than 35,000 village, place, community, settlement, town, and city
place names in the old or former Kingdom of Hungary (pre 1919), including
the area known as Horvát-Szlavonország (Belovar-Koros, Lika-Korbava, Modrus-Fiume, Pozsega, Szerem, Varasd, Veroce, and Zagrab counties).
Includes place names located in the areas or regions commonly known as, or
referred to as Banat, Batschka, Burgenland, Erdeley, Kartapalja,
Ruthenia, Transylvania, Vojvodina, or Zakarpattia.
Functions as a village finder, place locator, or town seeker when
conducting a place name search.
Uses official, native, conventional, variant, former, and current names
to make finding or locating the village of interest a more likely
Offers church and parish information for locating
birth, marriage, and death records for each town or village.
Also includes reference maps for every county (megye/varmegye) and every
district (járás), current country locations with
names, as well as other relative information, plus research aids, hints,
and “LINKS” to online/Internet websites.
Complete reference for libraries, historical societies, schools,
genealogists, and the home historian.
Includes two complete alphabetical indexes of Croatian, German, Hungarian,
Polish, Romanian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Ukrainian, and Yugoslavian/Serbian
place names: 1) Index of PLACE NAMES (With Accents)...
diatrics, and "special" letters when used
and 2) Index of PLACE NAMES (No Accents)--allows for use of built in “FIND” tool
without knowing where or how special letters were used and when searching for
known “groups” of letters in place of whole names (see example). A real asset for help in
deciphering difficult to read or misspelled village and town names from the
Ellis Island database, naturalization records, or any other source.
Are you searching for Hungarian--
placenames / place names, towns, cities, villages,
places, communities, settlements, districts, megyes
or varmegyes in (the)--Kingdom of Hungary,
Hungarian Empire, Austria Hungary Monarchy, Austro Hungarian Empire, old
Hungary, or Hungary?
Do you need a Hungarian--
gazetteer, atlas, dictionary of place names, village locator, place finder,
town seeker, encyclopedia of settlements, or index of villages?
Does your family history or family tree
Croatian, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Rusyn,
Ruthenian, Slovak, Slovakian, Slovenian, Serbian,
Yugoslavian, or Ukrainian ancestry, origins, heritage, or roots?
Has your genealogy research led you to
places now in--
Austria, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Yugoslavia, Slovakia, Slovenia, or
Are you having problems--
determining, translating, deciphering, or interpretting
village names from the Ellis Island passenger records or ship manifests from
the ellisisland.org website?
Would you like to know where to locate--
and how to find birth, marriage, and death records for your ancestors?
Then you need the--
VILLAGE FINDER, ATLAS,
THE KINGDOM OF HUNGARY
This database is more
than just a simple index. While based on the 1877 Hungarian Gazetteer
Helysegnevtara" by Janos Dvorzsak,
over the past 7 years, many other sources have been researched, utilized,
and compiled in an effort to offer the user as much help as possible.
The easy to use software is
loaded with information to help you decipher a place name, pinpoint its
location, view it on old and current maps, see what information is
available through the LDS Family History Library,
and much, much more.
Unlike most book atlases and
gazetteers covering the same area, the HVF contains place names / placenames in Croatian, German, Hungarian, Polish,
Romanian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Ukrainian, and Serbian--along with
alternate spellings, native names, official names, Magyarized
names, old and new names, and former and current names. Also
included are the names and locations of smaller settlements such as pusztas, csardas, tanyas, etc., ALL
alphabetized using the Arabic alphabet (English) into single, comprehensive
indexes. In other words, YOU do not need to know what language a
learned place name is in order to locate it in the HVF!
Search through alphabetical
indexes (with and without diatrics, accents, and
megye (county) indexes, or járás (district) indexes with a simple scroll of your
Using the HVF can save you
many hours of time, money, and frustration while making
your trips to the library and/or LDS Family History Center more
are researching any place name, which prior to 1918, was in the
or if you are trying to determine where to begin looking for local
church vital statistics such as birth, marriage, and death records,
you will want to add the power of this software to your genealogy resources
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others are saying about the
Hungarian Village Finder, Atlas, and Gazetteer
for the Kingdom of Hungary--
Disclaimer--While every effort has been made to locate,
index, and include all places in the 71 counties of the Kingdom of Hungary,
neither the Hungarian Village Finder, Atlas, and
Gazetteer for the Kingdom of Hungary, its owners, or the webmaster imply or express any warranties
and/or guarantees whatsoever. Buyer and user understand and agree
that many variables may prohibit their success in locating some place names.
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**Minimum 128 MB RAM memory
**30 MB free disk space
**and Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.0 or later
**Note: While you do not need to be connected to the Internet
to use the Hungarian Village Finder...software and Microsoft®
Internet Explorer 5.0 does not have
to be your Internet browser
of choice, it must be installed on your computer for this
software to be used.
**CAUTION--the Hungarian Village
Finder...software will not
work on Apple or MAC computers.
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