Baranja census 18th century

Baranja population in the 18th century

A valuable historical document about inhabitants of Baranja region, which is today mostly part of the Republic of Croatia, can be found at Hungarian state…

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Bilic family genealogy

Bilić family name thoroughly researched

Bilić family name is one of the most frequent surnames among Croats, but it is not uncomon among other South Slavic nations. According to the…

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Zagreb Cemetery Mirogoj

Zagreb and Split cemeteries data available online

/ Picture: Zagreb cemetery Mirogoj / Cemeteries have always been a great resource of genealogical data. It is not uncommon that devoted genealogists seek a…

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Books about Croatian Genealogy in one plece

Books related to Croatian genealogy at one place

Books published by devoted genealogy & family history researchers are an important source of genealogical data. As we progress in the development of our web…

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Family Relations in Croatian Surnames

Family relations in Croatian surnames

Croatian surnames that originate from words denoting family relationships are fairly common, and very interesting to research. Word stric (with the meaning uncle, or father’s…

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Register of births, marriages and deaths for Buzet area

Register of births, marriages and deaths for Buzet area

Buzet is a town with the population of about 6000, situated in the inner part of Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. It…

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Italianization of Croatian Surnames in Istria

Italianization of surnames in Istria region

Genealogists interested in finding out genealogical data about inhabitants of Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea (now shared by three independent countries –…

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