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The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
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David Preston
Banat List Admin


 

Wow.


On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 10:27 AM, David Preston
<banatmailer@...> wrote:
The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
--
David Preston
Banat List Admin


 

Great file!

Merci beaucoup, David


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The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
--
David Preston
Banat List Admin


Jocele Wild
 

What a find! Thank you, David.


From: everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io> on behalf of David Preston <banatmailer@...>
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2020 11:14 AM
To: everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Subject: [Special] [banat] #Databases D-U Kalendar
 
The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
--
David Preston
Banat List Admin


Rosina T. Schmidt
 

Thank you, David,

That is a great source of information,

Rosina


Rosina T. Schmidt 
www.hrastovac.net


On 02242020AD--, at 9:14 04000AM, David Preston <banatmailer@...> wrote:

The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
--
David Preston
Banat List Admin <Screen Shot 2020-02-24 at 12.01.05 PM.png>


Gary K
 

I found relatives in this database, but what does this info mean?  What did they subscribe to?

Gary K

 

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From: Rosina T. Schmidt
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 6:44 AM
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Subject: Re: [banat] #Databases D-U Kalendar

 

Thank you, David,

 

That is a great source of information,

 

Rosina

 

 

Rosina T. Schmidt 
www.hrastovac.net




On 02242020AD--, at 9:14 04000AM, David Preston <banatmailer@...> wrote:

 

The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America.

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
--
David Preston
Banat List Admin <Screen Shot 2020-02-24 at 12.01.05 PM.png>

 

 


Karen Dalton Preston
 

If you take a look at David’s original post, he describes where the data comes from.

The Deutsch-Ungarish Kalender was printed from 1932 - 1954.  A brief history of how the Kalender was born and its creator, Josef Marx, can be found on roots web:
The link will take you to the overview page.

The value of the transcriptions is to help you find where you ancestors lived in the US.  The 1952 transcriptions are particularly useful since the 1950 US census is not public.  The Kalender included articles and photographs, but the bulk of the magazine was a subscribers list.  This helped readers locate friends and family.  

When Dave Dreyer and I transcribed the data, we selected a year for the 1930’s, 40's and 50’s to provide a cross-section of the families listed.

—Karen Preston


On Feb 25, 2020, at 11:02 AM, Gary K <flash_no_1@...> wrote:

I found relatives in this database, but what does this info mean?  What did they subscribe to?
Gary K
 
Sent from Mail for Windows 10
 
From: Rosina T. Schmidt
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 6:44 AM
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Subject: Re: [banat] #Databases D-U Kalendar
 
Thank you, David, 
 
That is a great source of information,
 
Rosina
 
 
Rosina T. Schmidt 
www.hrastovac.net




On 02242020AD--, at 9:14 04000AM, David Preston <banatmailer@...> wrote:
 
The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America. 

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
-- 
David Preston
Banat List Admin <Screen Shot 2020-02-24 at 12.01.05 PM.png>
 

 
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Pat Haley
 

I looked through the whole thing and was struck by the huge amount of people who had left their homelands to be scattered all over the US.  Wow.  Found a few maybe clues to research.
Good to hear from you Karen.
Pat Haley


From: everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io> on behalf of Karen Dalton Preston <karen@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 8:22 AM
To: everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Subject: [Special] Re: [banat] #Databases D-U Kalendar
 
If you take a look at David’s original post, he describes where the data comes from.

The Deutsch-Ungarish Kalender was printed from 1932 - 1954.  A brief history of how the Kalender was born and its creator, Josef Marx, can be found on roots web:
The link will take you to the overview page.

The value of the transcriptions is to help you find where you ancestors lived in the US.  The 1952 transcriptions are particularly useful since the 1950 US census is not public.  The Kalender included articles and photographs, but the bulk of the magazine was a subscribers list.  This helped readers locate friends and family.  

When Dave Dreyer and I transcribed the data, we selected a year for the 1930’s, 40's and 50’s to provide a cross-section of the families listed.

—Karen Preston


On Feb 25, 2020, at 11:02 AM, Gary K <flash_no_1@...> wrote:

I found relatives in this database, but what does this info mean?  What did they subscribe to?
Gary K
 
Sent from Mail for Windows 10
 
From: Rosina T. Schmidt
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 6:44 AM
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Subject: Re: [banat] #Databases D-U Kalendar
 
Thank you, David, 
 
That is a great source of information,
 
Rosina
 
 
Rosina T. Schmidt 
www.hrastovac.net




On 02242020AD--, at 9:14 04000AM, David Preston <banatmailer@...> wrote:
 
The Deutsch-Ungarrish Kalendar
A newspaper that many Danube Swabians subscribed to after migrating to North America. 

This Database can be very useful, as it lists the subscriber's Name & Village, Spouse's Name and Village, current North American residence and the year they subscribed. You can sort the information by any of the columns, and also search by entering a name, village, year, etc. There are 11,920 entries in the Database, with subscription dates ranging from 1904 to 1952.

Attached is a screen shot of the database

https://www.banatbooks.com/DU/Kalendar_list.php
-- 
David Preston
Banat List Admin <Screen Shot 2020-02-24 at 12.01.05 PM.png>
 

 
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sparkle collie
 

Thank you for this post.  Some of my ancestors are listed here.