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Subject: Re: [BANAT-L] Village names question
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 23:34:50 -0400
Various names for what is now Ecka, Serbia from the Donauschwaebisches
German: Alt-Etschka or Deutsch-Etschka
Hungarian: Olah-Ecksa, O'Ecksa, Romanecska, Nemetecsksa
Serbian: Ecska, Mala Ecka, Ecka, Pavlovo, Pavlovci
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From: "Pbear" <>
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 10:35 PM
Subject: [BANAT-L] Village names question
> Question: Are Ecka, Mala Ecka, and Deutsch-Etschka, (among the many
> other names) the same place?
> In the Setschan records so kindly provided to me, My grandmother was
> recorded as being born in Deutsch-Etschka. Her sisters were both born in
> Setschan, (though no record yet of her middle one) . Her Yugoslavian
> passport from 1929 states she was born in Mala eska. At
> http://banaterblog.blogspot.com/ is a scan of the first page of her
> So I figure the family came to Setschan after her birth in 1898.
> Great-grandma stayed behind and then came? Too many possibilities.
> But I don't have a clue where to look. There were some Tills in
> Deutsch-Etschka, but not her family as far I can tell.
> So where do I go from here?
> Paula Subity
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