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FAMILIES RELOCATED TO CRVENKA

1.  Damjanović Jovana Simo 2.  Laković ud. Nikole Ružica r. Perić 3.  Varga Ferka Joakim 4.  Bajić Jovana Gligorije 5.  Bajić Jovana Nikola 6.  Marić Filipa Petar 7.  Grubor ud. ðure Vidosava r. Mitošević 8.  Jovović Radula Mihajlo 9.  Jovović Jovana Lazar 10.  Kovačević Novaka Živko 11.  Jovović Milana Blažo 12.  Ninković Nikole Miloš 13. …

FAMILIES RELOCATED FROM KARLOVAC, CROATIA

1.070 porodica naseljenih  u Krnjaji, odnosno Kljajićevu surname index: ARBUTINA, ARLOV, BAKIĆ, BASARA, BIŽIĆ, BOŽIĆ, BJELIVUK, BJELIĆ, BJELOŠ, BLANUŠA,BOJANIĆ, BRANISAVLJEVIĆ,BULAT, BREBERINA, BUĆAN, BOROTA, BUNČIĆ, BUNJEVAC,BOJANIĆ,BOLIĆ,BOCA,BADOVINAC, BOŠNJAK, BASTAJA, BEKIĆ, BARBIR, BIJELIĆ, BAJIĆ, BIRCLIN, BRATIĆ,BRKIĆ, BOSNIĆ, BRDAR, BRAJČIĆ, BLAGOJEVIĆ,BRUJIĆ, CVIJANOVIĆ, CVIJETIČANIN, CIMEŠA, CICO, CREVAR, CRIKOVIĆ, CRNOKRAK, CEKINOVIĆ, CVJETIĆ, ČABRAJA, ČAKIĆ, ČEKELIŠ, ČAOIĆ,ČEŠNJEVAR, ČAVIĆ, ĆELAP, ĆIKA, ĆURČIJA, ĆUIĆ,…

Ethnic Serbian Community in Bela Krajina, Slovenia

– (early XX century, ethnic Serbs, White Kraina) Ethnic Serbian community  in Bela (White) Krajina region in Slovenia was established in XVI century, with first documented Uskoci settlers arriving in 1546. Their settling in  this area was the first wave and part of the organized  and sponsored Uskoci soldier migrations  to Military Frontier province after…

Serbian Genealogy

-Information about ethnic Serbs  from Austria-Hungary : Croatia, Herzegovina, Bosnia, Slovenia, Slavonia, Dalmatia, Vojvodina and Hungary.  -Information about ancestry from Austria-Hungary provinces that are part of Serbia today. -Serbian history, culture and heritage – Resources and documents -Research tips, assistance,  resource lists and much, much more. 🙂

Naming Customs Among Ethnic Serbs XIX century

( seal of St. Sava 1169-1236.  – “CABA” in Cyrillyc script – “SAVA” in Latin scrypt )   On naming customs: On names and customs  – from the anthropology and ethnology  books  that study  ethnic Serbs of Croatia  – XVIII, XIX and XX  century Marrying: – nine generations direct line relatives never married. Church did…

Given Names, Nicknames and Surnames in Vojvodina

The Treasures of Multilingual Vojvodina – Study of Given Names, Nicknames and Surnames of Vojvodina Ethnic Communities : http://www.pzv.org.rs/files/sr/zbornik7_konacna_verzija.pdf Each section of the source academic report published  by the  Pedagogical Institute of Vojvodina in 2011 by group of authors  gives a historical overview of naming patterns and customs in a particular ethnic community on Vojvodina,…

The origin of surnames

Just as in the vast majority of other European countries the majority of Serbian surnames are patronymic. This means that the surname Jovanovic would be derived from one of the ancestors with the name of Jovan. In some very rare cases you can see the metronymic naming, but this is very rare. The way surnames…