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  • August Brodgesell (1938 - 1998)
    Resettled from Neuberg 37 in Dec 1941. Resided in Krško from Dec 1941 to May 1945. Resided in Kitzeck, Leibnitz from May 1945 to Oct 1947 Resided in Graz from Oct 1947. Documents in Arolsen Arc...
  • August Brodgesell (1907 - 1950)
    In 1930 (marriage), resided in Spodnja Blaževica [Unterblaschowitz] 6. Resettled from Neuberg 37 in Dec 1941. Resided in Krško from Dec 1941 to May 1945. Resided in Kitzeck, Leibnitz from May 194...
  • Anna Brodgesell (1913 - 1995)
    Slovenian by ethnicity. In 1930 (marriage), resided in Nova Gora [Neuberg] 39. Resettled from Neuberg 37 in Dec 1941. Resided in Krško from Dec 1941 to May 1945. Resided in Kitzeck, Leibnitz fr...
  • Richard Brodgesell (1931 - 1994)
    Resettled from Neuberg 37 in Dec 1941. Resided in Krško from Dec 1941 to May 1945. Resided in Kitzeck, Leibnitz from May 1945 to Oct 1947 Resided in Graz from Oct 1947. Documents in Arolsen Arc...
  • Aloisia Brodgesell (1881 - 1927)
    In 1901 (marriage), resided in Unterblaschowitz 5.

Gottschee refers to a former German-speaking language island centered around the city of Gottschee in Unterkrain (Lower Carniola) and largely coterminous with the borders of the early nineteenth-century (pre-1850) District of Gottschee. The German-speaking residents of the region are called Gottschee Germans or Gottscheers, and their German dialect is called Gottschee German or Gottscheerish. The region has been part of the Holy Roman Empire, the Hapsburg Empire, the Illyrian Provinces of the French Empire, the Austrian Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (SHS), and, until 1941, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The German-speaking population, settled in the region since 1330, was resettled during World War II to the Rann Triangle in Untersteiermark (Lower Styria) (Dec 1941-Jan 1942) and then, at the the end of the war, expelled from Yugoslavia (May 1945). Since 1991, the region is located in Slovenia.

This project is intended to contain the profiles of persons who were Gottscheers by birth or marriage, or who by descent carry on a Gottscheer surname.

Displaced Persons

Franciscan Cadastre

Field Search in the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia:
Title contains <cadastral municipality name (in Slovenian)> AND
Ref. code starts with SI AS 176/N

Gazetteers

Maps

Military Records

Most Gottscheer men who served in the Austrian army enlisted in the old 43rd Infantry Regiment (disbanded in 1810) or later in the 17th Infantry Regiment.

Progenitors

Parishes

  • Altlag
  • Nesselthal
  • Pöllandl
  • Tschermoschnitz
  • Unterwarmberg

Parish Registers

Left-side (l.s.) pages and right-side (r.s.) pages of parish registers are filmed in separate sequences.

Altlag

  • Taufen 1691-1706 link
  • Taufen 1706-1728 link
  • Taufen 1728-1756 link
  • Taufen 1756-1772 link
  • Taufen 1773-1812 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1812-1820 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1820-1852 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1852-1882 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1882-1932 (microfilm only)
  • Taufen 1933-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Tauf-Index 1887-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Heiraten 1718-1812 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1812-1816 l.s. r.s.
  • Heiraten 1816-1870 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1870-1941 l.s. r.s.

  • Tote 1712-1772 (microfilm only)
  • Tote 1773-1812 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1812-1820 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1820-1862 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1863-1900 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1900-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Toten-Index 1887-1941 l.s. r.s.

  • Familienbuch I ab 1818 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IIa ab 1850 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IIa ab 1850 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IIIa ab 1880 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IIIb ab 1880 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IIIc ab 1880 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IV ab 1933 (microfilm only)

  • Proklamationen 1844-1848 (microfilm only)
  • Proklamationen 1853-1878 (microfilm only)
  • Proklamationen 1878-1896 link
  • Proklamationen 1899-1927 link
  • Proklamationen 1927-1941 link

Nesselthal

  • Taufen 1770-1794 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1794-1807 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1808-1835 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1836-1875 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1875-1912 (microfilm only)
  • Taufen 1912-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Heiraten 1724-1770 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1794-1825 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1826-1842 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1842-1870 l.s. r.s.
  • Heiraten 1871-1910 l.s. r.s.
  • Heiraten 1911-1941 l.s. r.s.

  • Tote 1724-1770 link
  • Tote 1794-1822 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1822-1846 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1846-1880 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1881-1929 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1930-1941 l.s. r.s.

  • Familienbuch ab 1820 l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch I ab 1840: Nesselthal, Taubenbrunn l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch II ab 1840: Neufriesach, Oberkatzendorf, Altfriesach l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch III ab 1840: Lichtenbach, Kummerdorf, Brunnsee l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch IV ab 1840: Büchel, Tanzbüchel, Oberteutschau l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch V ab 1840: Oberbuchberg, Mitterbuchberg, Unterbuchberg, Schlechtbüchel, Schaflein, Grodez, Wurmberg l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch VI ab 1840: Reichinau, Untersteinwand l.s. r.s.
  • Familienbuch VII ab 1860: Nesselthal l.s. r.s.

  • Proklamationen 1846-1884 link
  • Proklamationen 1885-1941 link

Pöllandl

Tschermoschnitz

Unterwarmberg

  • Taufen 1826-1897 l.s. r.s.
  • Taufen 1898-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Heiraten 1827-1897 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1898-1932 (microfilm only)
  • Heiraten 1933-1941 (microfilm only)

  • Tote 1826-1902 l.s. r.s.
  • Tote 1903-1941 l.s. r.s.

  • Familienbuch (microfilm only)

Population Census 31 Dec 1869

Resettlement List 1941

Urbar 1574