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This book records deaths that took place in the town of Timișoara from 1862 to 1885. Please note that though this book is catalogued as the "citadel" (cetate) community book, most of the deceased lived in other neighborhoods, primarily Fabrik and Josefstadt (today Fabric and Iosefin). Entries record the name, birth place, occupation (sometimes), gender, residence, and marital status of the deceased; date, place, and cause of death; immediate surviving relatives; and place and date of burial. Especially the earlier entries tend to be incomplete. The book is printed in German and recorded in German until around the mid-1870s when it transitions to Hungarian.

This book records marriages that took place in the town of Timișoara from 1862 to 1885. Please note that though this book is catalogued as the "citadel" (cetate) community book, many weddings took place in other neighborhoods, primarily Fabrik and Josefstadt (today Fabric and Iosefin). Entries record the names, age, marital status (widow, etc), occupation of the bride and groom; their parents' names, residence, and (sometimes) occupation; and date, place, and officiant of the wedding. The book is printed in German and recorded in German until around the mid-1870s when it transitions to Hungarian. Occasionally a name, date or other remark is written in Hebrew.

This book records births that took place in the town of Timișoara from 1862 to 1885. Please note that though this book is catalogued as the "citadel" (cetate) community book, the births took place for the most part in other neighborhoods, primarily Fabrik and Josefstadt (today Fabric and Iosefin). Entries record the names of the child and parents, often including mother's maiden name; the birth date and place; gender; whether the birth was legitimate; information on circumcisions; midwives; and names of witnesses (to the circumcision or name-giving) or godparents. Some scribes recorded the Hebrew name. The book is printed and recorded in German until around the mid-1870s after which it is primarily in Hungarian. Addenda are in Hungarian and German.

This book records deaths that took place in the district and town of Timișoara from 1886-1935. Please note most of the deaths do not take place in the town of Timișoara itself. The book appears to have been used regularly until 1894, after which entries are sporadic and not in chronological order. They also begin to include more deaths in the town of Timișoara whereas before the entries were generally from the surrounding region or the urban district of Mehala, incorporated in 1910 into Timișoara but considered a separate locality at the time of record. If fully completed, entries record the name, birth place, occupation (sometimes), gender, residence, and marital status of the deceased; date, place, and cause of death; immediate surviving relatives; and place and date of burial. The book is printed and recorded in Hungarian until the interwar period, thereafter sometimes in Romanian. Please note that at the time of survey (2016) any entries past 1915 were closed to researchers.

This book records marriages that took place in the district and town of Timișoara from 1886-1950. Please note many of the weddings do not take place in the town of Timișoara itself. Entries record the names, age, marital status (widow, etc), occupation of the bride and groom; their parents' names, residence, and (sometimes) occupation; where and when wedding was announced; and date, place, and officiant of the wedding. The book is printed and recorded in Hungarian until the interwar period, thereafter in Romanian. Occasionally Hebrew names are provided. Please note that at the time of survey (2016) any entries past 1915 were closed to researchers.

This book records births that took place in the district and town of Timișoara from 1886-1950. A noticeable number of births take place in Mehala, a settlement outside the city walls of Timișoara at the time of record. The district was incorporated into the city in 1910. Entries record the names of the child and parents and parents' birth place; the birth date and place of the child; gender; whether the birth was legitimate; information on circumcisions; midwives; and names of witnesses (to the circumcision or name-giving) or godparents. The book is printed and recorded in Hungarian until around the interwar period when entries begin to be made in Romanian. The Hebrew name of the child is often given. Please note that at the time of survey (2016) any entries past 1915 were closed to researchers.

This book sporadically records births that took place, presumably, in the district of Timișoara from 1878-1931. Please note the exact location of birth is frequently not provided and the only indication of geographic origin is that given by the National Archives (there is no indication in the book itself). The entries have significant gaps (ie. 1883-1904 no births recorded; only four recorded from 1916-1931) and generally lack comprehensive data. Unusually, a high number of illegitimate births are recorded, one page almost appears to be a register of illegitimate births alone. Entries should record the names of the child and parents and parents' birth place; the birth date and place of the child; gender; whether the birth was legitimate; information on circumcisions; midwives; and names of witnesses (to the circumcision or name-giving) or godparents. Extremely seldom, however, is all data provided. The book is printed and recorded in Hungarian, occasionally a Hebrew name is given. Please note that at the time of survey (2016) any entries past 1915 were closed to researchers.

This book records marriages that took place in the district of Timișoara from 1857-1887. Please note the majority of the marriages recorded took place in localities other than the town of Timișoara. A noticeable number of marriages mention Mehala, a settlement outside the city walls of Timișoara at the time of record. The district was incorporated into the city in 1910. Entries record the names, age, marital status (widow, etc), occupation of the bride and groom; their parents' names, residence, and (sometimes) occupation; and date, place, and officiant of the wedding. The book is printed in German and recorded in German and beginning around the 1870s, in Hungarian.

This book records births that took place in the district of Timișoara from 1782 to 1885. Please note the majority of the births recorded took place in localities other than the town of Timișoara itself. A noticeable number of births take place in Mehala, a settlement outside the city walls of Timișoara at the time of record. The district was incorporated into the city in 1910. Probably the book was used as a record of birth information for Jews in the greater district and created much later than the early birth dates, likely in 1857. The data recorded in this book varies in its consistency: the early entries generally record only the names of the child and parents; their residence; birth date; gender; and legitimacy. Beginning in the late 1850s, entries tend to be more complete and include circumcision or naming information; midwife name; witness or godparent name (for the circumcision/naming). Some scribes recorded the Hebrew name. The book is printed and recorded in German; some addenda are in Hungarian.

This book records marriages that took place in and around the town of Ciacova from 1875-1884. Entries record the names and age of the bride and groom; their parents' names, residence, and occupation; and date, place, and officiant of the wedding. The book is printed and recorded in German.

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