Provides all kinds of research that are helpful when trying to find anything about your ancestors and other relatives. They offer to prepare your complete family tree with both your maternal and paternal ancestors or to take a picture of a building that once belonged to your great-grandparents.
Hungarian Village Finder, Atlas and Gazetteer for The Kingdom Of Hungary - for locating or finding cities, towns, villages, settlements, communities, places, churches, and church records in the old Austria Hungary or Austro-Hungarian Empire. Includes past and present, former and current, and old and new place names now located in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, and Serbia. A complete resource – for those doing genealogy research in the old Magyarország (currently – Austria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine) and Horvát-Szlavonország (Croatia, Serbia or the old Yugoslavia, and Slovenia).
Probate research organization, with offices in Budapest and Pécs, Hungary; and Gheorgheni, Romania. Territorial coverage: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. Services: Identifying, locating, contacting heirs, Obtaining contingency agreements - negotiated fees for smaller estates and special circumstances, Obtaining vital records, translations, notarizations, apostille, Expert witnessing. Site also available in Romanian, Slovak, Croatian, Russian, Polish.
HUNGAROGENS is the first Genealogical Research Bureau in Hungary, which was established after the war consisted of high-qualified experts historians, archivars, genealogists. The company constructs family trees, interprets heraldry, finds your coat of arms and translates the old Latin, German, Hungarian documents. The bureau extends the activity over the whole Eastern-Europe, can trace lost friends, living relatives and can help in heritage cases too. Their activity is extended over: Ancestry in Hungary, Hungarian roots, living relatives, tracing persons, genealogy in Hungary, estate cases, proband cases, Hungarian ancestry, Hungarian genealogy, heritages, lost persons, survivers of the Holocaust family tree, emigrants from Hungary.
The research of the history of Transylvanian noble families is the aim of this homepage. According to the plans it will give an account of the historical sources referring to these familes: of family archives and their present keeping-places, of different hand-written sources, of funeral orations, scientific researches and publications. The filling up of the database (Transylvanian Family History Database) is in progress. In the same database can anyone concerened find the almost complete list of the family archival fonds of the Transylvanian National Museum Archives (belonging to the Transylvanian Museum Society) in Kolozsvár/Cluj and of that of the Székely National Museum Archives in Sepsiszentgyörgy/Sfântu Gheorghe.
The German Family Tree Researchers' Society in Hungary was established in November 2000, as the partner organization of AKdFF (Arbeitskreis donauschwabischer Familienforscher) in Sindelfingen. The AKuFF above all is an organization of German family tree researchers in Hungary, but it doesn't preclude the possibility of researching Hungarian or other nationalities. The main purpose of the society is to organize the researchers in this organization, promote the exchange of information by getting to know each other's research work, provide scientific background for the members and giving professional assistance necessary for research. In addition the Swabian history, local history, historical auxiliary sciences (heraldry, archontology, cartography, etc.) are also in the range of intersts.
Genealogical research in Slovakia and former Austria-Hungary. Genealogy services: free lookups, finding ancestors, finding living relatives, genealogy tours, hand painted genealogy charts, complex genealogy projects, probate research. Other services: searching land records in slovakia, locating persons in Slovakia. The site is also available in Slovak language.
Galut Genealogical Research Ltd. provides services to those requiring assistance with problems of genealogy and/or any the related areas. Family tree research - Galut undertakes genealogical research in the territory of historical Hungary. The research concentrates of documents stored in the archives of the target area, libraries and cemeteries. The primary, and therefore the essential source of information is a variety of records and census statistics. Living persons research - the company has unique experience in searching for Hungarian relatives of those who have emigrated. In such cases Galut uses lists of personal details, address books and telephone registers besides the records, censuses and obituaries. Probate cases - Galut Ltd. deals with searching for people whose relatives have emigrated from historical Hungary. With the knowledge of the particular country's legal system the company identifies the relatives of the deceased who are entitled to inherit and also collects documentary evidence and has it translated if so required. Genealogy tour - visiting any localities of historical Hungary involving you in the following programs: travelling to the former residence of your ancestors, meeting your relatives long time forgotten or never seen, visiting cemeteries.
This message board was created to help those researching their Hungarian ancestry, or trying to find their lost family, relatives, missing persons, friends from historical Hungary.
Here you can find databases and resources relating to genealogy, family history research in Hungary. With the recent additions RadixIndex now boasts more than 999,000 records available in 7 databases. The master index of surnames could be a good place to start exploring what RadixIndex has pertaining to your researched surname from Hungary. Besides the databases the site has some more resources in the maps section. New materials added to the RadixIndex collection are free to search for one month. Older materials can only be accessed by subscribers. There are three subscription plans, the one-time subscription fees range between 7.50-35 US Dollars.
Genealogical Research, Private Inquest & Probate Investigations in the line of Genealogy & Family History for Banat, Transylvania & Romania. GenealogyRo is the first full service for profit genealogical research and probate investigations group for Romania. The research includes all major aspects of genealogical research and the company offers a full range of services to help all those who are interested in their Romanian roots.
JewishGen's Hungarian Special Interest Group (H-SIG) is for those with Jewish roots in the area known as "Greater Hungary" or pre-Trianon Hungary and covers all those areas that were once predominantly Hungarian-speaking. This includes all of present-day Hungary and Slovakia and territory now within Romania, the Ukraine, Austria (including present-day Burgenland), Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbia.
The FORUM and WEB Archive of Hungarian Genealogy has been established to present you with a digital databases when researching in the field of genealogy aimed at greater Hungary. This d.d. will help you, and ease both home and international research by fast and wide-ranging Internet ties.
Felix G. Game is a retired professional genealogist and translator who had specialised mostly in Hungarian research but also handled Austrian research in the context of the Austro-Hungarian (Habsburg) Monarchy. His site provides informative genealogy related articles of interest to researchers tracing their roots in Austria or Hungary. On this site you will find useful information about Austrian and Hungarian historical and sociological details that will help you make your family history more meaningful and interesting.
Have you ever been curious about the village your Hungarian grandparents came from or wondered what their homelands look like? Or, have you ever thought about how nice it would be to have a few pictures of the birthplaces of your ancestors to go along with that "Family Tree and History" you've been working on so long and hard? Now your dreams have come true. You can order high quality photos of your ancestral village anywhere in Hungary and in the neighboring counties of Romania and the Ukraine.
This web site started out as a 'place holder' for those links that the site owner had reviewed and felt were worthwhile to revisit in the future as he developed his own family tree. Later he made the decision to share this information with all who want to research their own Jewish roots. The Hungarian section offers information for Jewish geneology research: Country Information, Books, General Hungarian genealogy information, Archives, Maps, Translating, Cities & Towns.
Hungarianroots is specialized in tracing roots of people with Hungarian or Hungarian Jewish ancestry. The Company's services include unique on-site genealogical researches, visits to shtetls, cemeteries, and guided tours with Hungarian Jewry in the focus. Researchers of Hungarianroots speak English fluently, but are also fluent in Hungarian, and speak very good Russian, German, Yiddish and Hebrew. The site is also available in Russian language.
Eternity is an interesting project whose aim is to make a searchable database of all Hungarian cemeteries. It is useful for people who research their roots or official genealogists.
Are you planning to do some research in your family history? Or you have already been working on it long and hard? Have you become curious about the village your grandparents came from? What their homelands look like? A private tour guide in Budapest and a historian offer on-site Genealogy Tours in historical Hungary: if you have ancestry in Hungary, Hungarian roots, living relatives, your forefathers were emigrants from Hungary or survivors of the Holocaust...
Genealogy service for everyone who has Hungarian, Slovakian roots. Constructing a family tree made on the basis of state and church registers.
The website is focused on creating databases and making available information to the public for genealogy research. The features the Hungarian Marriage Project, with 20,000+ marriages to date in the database. It also has several other databases and a surname database, where people can submit the surnames that they are researching.