Re: village church books

Stasa Cvetkovic

Hello everyone!

Dave is right, there aren't any parish records beyond 1895 in the set that Dave and I have!
It is possible to bypass that, but I am not sure if it would be possible to do that in this moment because the archives and most of the offices are closed.
Roman Catholic records for Glogon are physically in Pancevo archive, but they do not have baptismal records beyond 1895.
Second copy of the parish records should be in Zrenjanin bishopric, and I will check if they have them.
But, the best alternative would be the civil records beyond 1895 which have been transferred to Archive of Pančevo (covering births for the period you need in order to get the births of Frank, Josef, Theresia and/or other possible children).
As I have said, archives do not work with researchers while the state of emergency is on and only one guy is there from time to time, to deal with some urgent issues. There is a form (MS Word document) that can be taken over on archive's website that you should fill as a request for the photocopy of particular birth/marriage/death signing. Chances that they would process that at this moment are low.
I can contact the guy from archive and see what would be the options here.
At least you know where to find the information you need. :)
FYI, other Glogon records (which I and probably Dave have) are covering from: 1765 - 24 October 1895 (births), December 1770 -  31 January 1925 (marriages) and July 1770 - 23 December 1936 (deaths)

On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 7:27 AM Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:
Rita, Janis, Stasa et al,

When I went through the stack of Glogon CDs there was one I did not recognize.  The message from Stasa reminds me that odd disk almost certainly came from him.  
My email program gets unhappy when I try to send large attachments.  I don't know where you live, but if in the U. S. I can mail you a copy of the disk.  If in Canada or Europe I will have to go to the Post Office to put it in the mail since it will require a customs declaration.   Moreover, at present I am confined to my neighborhood because of the virous confinement.  I have no idea when we will be cut lose.   
Let me know what works best for you.  If you live in Europe it is probably more practical to negotiate with Stasa over this matter.
I might note that I find on microfilm roll FHL 1217139, which I think is now on line, and which contains XII Deutsch Banater Grenz Infantry Regiment Normal Lists in which is a Jakob Hayda for the years 1819 and 1829 in Glogon.  These Normal lists otherwise have little useful information.  Attached to this message taken from the Standestablen of the regiment is a list of men from Glogon dated May 1781 which lists an Anton Hayda.  The heading of this list is difficult to read and I am not sure why it was created.  What one really needs is a copy of the Glogon muster lists and I do not find it among all the military records which have been loaded in my machine over the years.  Do you have a copy of the Glogon family book by the Adelhardts?  

Dave Dreyer

On Monday, April 6, 2020, 03:55:06 PM PDT, Rita Schiwanowitsch <schiwanore@...> wrote:

You know you are the man!

On Apr 6, 2020, at 4:43 PM, Stasa Cvetkovic <dental.medica.serbia@...> wrote:

I hope you had me on yor mind when you said "good researcher", Rita! LOL! 😂
I do have Glogon records ... 


On Mon, Apr 6, 2020, 21:47 Rita Schiwanowitsch <Schiwanore@...> wrote:
Hi Janice,

As far as I know.... there is no other information than what you already have.  The Serbian records are frustrating.  No new information is forthcoming at all.  I do know of a reliable researcher if you are interested that lives in the area.

I also with we could have better access.


From: <> on behalf of Janis Arntz <janisarntz@...>
Sent: Monday, April 6, 2020 1:09 PM
To: <>
Subject: [banat] village church books
I am searching for birth records for the Village of Glogon, more recent than 1895.  Are there any online sources for this information?  

I am specifically researching the family of Sebastian HAIDA, *1858; oo1883; +1926, and Anna HALAS, *1861; +1919.  Their children:
Anton *1888; Franciscus *1891/+1892; Simon *1893 [my great grandfather]; Maria *1895; Jozefa *1899/+1899 and Ferez *1902/+1902. 

Other descendants of this family state that they believe there are possibly 3 other children in this family:  Frank, Josef, and Theresia.  

I have found a Frank HAIDA in the RK marriage records that state he was the son of Miklos HAIDA and Maria SCHERER.  I am wondering if the other children are actually in other families also, but I cannot find them in either the RK marriage or death records that I have.  

Thank you for any assistance --

Janis Arntz


Stasa Cvetkovic
Novi Sad, Serbia
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