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DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES

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Re: [DVHH] St. Andreas
by Hans Kopp
10 years
Fwd: [BANAT-L] Mother's maiden name in Banat BMD records
by List user
10 years
Lookup: Götz in Sanktandreas c. 1880
by Nick Goetz
10 years
St. Andreas.
by ajleeb
10 years
St Andras,Temesvar
by List user
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Donauschwaben Books
by John Kornfeind
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Donauschwaben Books
by Robert Evensen
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Donauschwaben Books
by Hans Kopp
10 years
Re: [DVHH] look up
by Karen Dalton Preston
10 years
Donauschwaben societies
by Robert Evensen
10 years
look up
by Lees, Lorraine M.
10 years
Marienfeld, Banat
by charles sehner
10 years
Re: [DVHH] [BANAT-L] Marienfeld, Banat
by Karen Dalton Preston
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Frankfurt am Main.
by John J. Kornfeind
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Re; Abbriviations
by Eve
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Naming customs
by Eve
10 years
Re: [DVHH] Naming customs
by Rose Mary Keller Hughes
10 years
Meanings
by Anne Dreer
10 years
Re; Abbriviations
by Hans Kopp
10 years
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    Donauschwaben Villages Helping Hands (DVHH)

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    To contact the owner of the new mailing list on groups.io, email: main+owner@donauschwaben-villages.groups.io This group mailing list is associated with Donauschwaben Villages Helping Hands, Inc. [DVHH.org], a non-profit volunteer project assisting researchers of Danube Swabian heritage. It is a bilingual English-German mailing list for anyone with an interest in the former Danube Swabian (ethnic German) villages situated in the seven regions which were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918: Banat, Batschka, Hungarian Highlands, Sathmar, Swabian Turkey, Syrmia and Slavonia. Bulgaria is also included. We help researchers discover their Danube Swabian ancestral roots, history, environs, culture and lifestyle. DVHH web site http://www.dvhh.org