“Swabian Turkey: the Counties of Tolna, Baranya and Somogy.” 

Church Record Transcriptions

 

Alsonána, Tolna County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1866

 

Bataápati, Tolna County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1770-1895

(Also includes:  Zsibrik)

 

Bataszék, Tolna County (Roman Catholic) 1722-1783

(Also includes: Alsonána, Morágy)

 

Bikács, Tolna County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1661-1867

 

Bikál, Tolna County (Roman Catholic) 1729-1792

(Also includes:  Nagy Hajmas, Rackozár, Mekényes, Morágy, Tófü)

 

Bonnya, Somogy County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1893-1941

 

Bonnya, Somogy County (Reformed) 1900-1941

 

Bonyhád, Tolna County (Roman Catholic) 1729-1816

(Also includes:  Cikó, Majos, Tabod, Morágy, Hidas, Izmény, Bataápati)

 

Bonyhád, Tolna County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1816-1867

(Also includes: Borszony)

 

Csikostöttös, Baranya County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1795-1895

(Also includes: Gerenyes, Kapposzekscsö)

 

Döröshcke, Somogy County (also known as Somogydöröcske) (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895

(Also includes: Bonnya, Gadács, Somogyszil)

 

Ecsény, Somogy County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1784-1895

(Also includes:  Felsö Mocsolád, Somodor, Vamos, Palony, Raksi, Toponar)

 

Felsö Mocsolád, Somogy County (Reformed) 1785-1864

(Also includes:  Ecsény, Bonnya)

 

Felsö Nána, Tolna County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1733-1895

 

Gerenyes, Baranya County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1815-1895

 

Gyönk, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1731-1895

(Also includes: Keszöhidegkút, Szarázd, Udvári, Belecska)

 

Gyönk, Tolna County, (Reformed) 1739-1867

 

Györköny, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1720-1801)

(Also includes:  Paks, Bikács)

 

Hidas, Baranya County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1867

 

Hidas, Baranya County, (Reformed) 1802-1895

 

Izmény, Tolna Conty, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1773-1895

(Also includes: Maza, Györe)

 

Kalaznó, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1867

 

Kapposzekcsö, Baranya County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1796-1895

(Also includes:  Bikal, deaths 1827-1834)

 

Karád, Somogy County, (Roman Catholic) 1741-1786

(Also includes:  Kötcse)

 

Kisbarápati, Somogy County, (Roman Catholic) 1741-1798

(Also includes:  Bonnya)

 

Keszöhidegkút, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1895

(Also includes:  Belecska)

 

Kéty, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895

(Also includes: Tabod, Murga)

 

Kismányok, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1728-1895

(Also includes:  Majos, Hidas, Izmény, Mucsfa, Bataápati, Bonyhád, Tófü, Mekényes, Morágy, Varálja)

 

Kistormás, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1724-1895

(Also includes: Felsö Nána, Kolesd)

 

Kötcse, Somogy County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1895

 

Lajos Komarom, Veszprem County (Evangelical Lutheran) 1806-1880

 

Lengyél, Tolna County, (Roman Catholic) 1768-1783

(Includes only Lutherans living in Mekényes)

 

Majos, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1720-1895

(Also includes:  Bonyhád, Borszony)

 

Mekényes, Baranya County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1787-1895

(Also includes: Nagy Hajmas, Csurgo, Dalmand, Gyirgye, Bettelmann)

 

Moráagy, Tolna County, (Reformed) 1783-1886

(Also includes:  Alsonána, Bataápati)

 

Mucsfa, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1742-1895

(Also includes: Mekényes, Izmény, Kis Vejke, Apar, Dalmand)

 

Murga, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1778-1895

(Baptisms only)

 

Nagyszekély, Tolna County, (Reformed) 1722-1895

(Also includes:  Kisszekély, Udvári)

 

Paks, Tolna County, (Roman Catholic) 1721-1797

(Also includes: Bikács)

 

Paks,  Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1786-1819

 

Rackozár, Tolna County (also known as Egyhazakozár), (Evangelical Lutheran) 1783-1867

(Also includes: Tofu, Bikal, Kapposszekcsö, Csikotöttös, Gerenyes, Tékes, Nagyág)

 

Szakadát, Tolna County, (Roman Catholic) 1737-1799

(Also includes:  Szarázd, Bereny, Udvári)

 

Szárszentlörinc, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1725-1895

(Also includes: Kisszekély, Nemédi, Borjad, Udz)

 

Tab, Somogy County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1775-1895

(Also includes: Kötcse, Döröschke, Kapoly, Totker, Toponar, Torvay)

 

Törrökkopany, Somogy County, (Roman Catholic) 1738-1778

(Also includes:  Döröschke, Karád, Bonnya)

 

Udvari, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1789-1867

(Also includes:  Bikács)

 

Varsád, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1722-1895

(Also includes:  Kalaznó, Keszöhidegkút, Udvári)

 

Zomba, Tolna County, (Roman Catholic) 1746-1800

(Also includes: Kéty, Murga, Felsö Nána)

 

Zsibrik, Tolna County, (Evangelical Lutheran) 1793-1867

(Marriages only)

 

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