Nemetboly, Baranya, Hungary



 


Notes: http://www.dvhh.org/swabian-turkey/village/

Németboly / Nemetboly
Német-Boly / Nemet-Boly
Deustschbohl (German)

Baranya County
Geschichte der Grossgemeinde Német-Bóly by Bela von Németh, 1900, Pécs



Swabian Turkey, also known as Schwäbische Türkei (German variant) is almost entirely in southern Hungary, bordered by the Danube, Drava Rivers and Lake Balaton, additionally a small part of southern Baranya [Croatian Baranja], the Danube-Drava triangle, is now in Croatia. Schwäbische Türkei is the largest German-speaking area in modern Hungary; and it once had the second largest Donauschwaben population. Counties in present-day Hungary include Baranya, Somogy & Tolna megye (counties) [German Komitat Branau, Schomodei, Tolnau].


Baranya (Hungarian: Baranya, Croatian: Baranja, Serbian: Baranja (Барања), German: Branau) is a geographical region between the Danube and the Drava rivers. Its territory is mostly divided between Hungary and Croatia, with a small uninhabited pocket of land on the right bank of Danube which belonged to Serbia but which is now under Croatian control as of 1997. In Hungary, the region is included into Baranya county, while in Croatia, it is included into Osijek-Baranja county.




OpenStreetMap

Latitude: 45.9672222, Longitude: 18.5183333


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Stermenszky, Gyula  19 Jan 1886Nemetboly, Baranya, Hungary I1606
2 Stermenszky, Jožef  12 Aug 1913Nemetboly, Baranya, Hungary I1225
3 Stermenszky, Wilma  2 Aug 1912Nemetboly, Baranya, Hungary I1501

Baptism

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Baptism    Person ID 
1 Stermenszky, Gyula  19 Jan 1886Nemetboly, Baranya, Hungary I1606
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