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The Vienna Lists and other settler registration lists were organized into the "Quellen zur Deutschen Siedlungsgeschichte in Südosteuropa" [Sources of German Settlement History in Southeast Europe] by Wilhelm, Franz und Josef Kallbrunner, published in 1935.More recently, Stefan Stader combined this information with 208 other sources of information on the colonists, such as Heimatbücher and Familienbücher for the villages, and local histories; this is called the "Sammelwerk Donauschwäbischer Kolonisten".

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Regretably, Stefan Stader died in 2003 before he could complete the task of organizing all of the colonist information.Currently, there are 6 volumes, ending at Sch- surnames.In addition, there is a detailed time table and a very interesting history of the place and a parish history (from previously unpublished sources from the National Archives of Budapest and from the Archives of the Diocese of Temeswar).For many settlers, the places of origin are also included and - as far as can be explored - data from the different church books from Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia, Luxembourg, the Moselle region and Lorraine.The records include lists of the settlers, including when they arrived in Vienna to register (the Vienna Lists), and records of reimbursements to local residents who housed some settlers until their new homes were ready (Schlafkreuzerrechnungen).

These records or lists included the settler's name, and often, also the number of family members traveling with him, age, occupation, and the area or town they were from.Hans Repp has done an outstanding job of preparing and bringing the Family Book Ernsthausen to print.The Family Book covers the time of Ernsthausen's founding in 1822 to the end of the community in 1945.The Stader information and the Vienna Lists are most helpful if you can trace your family line back to an ancestor in the mid-1700's, since that is the period when there was the greatest influx of colonists, and the period when colonists registered with the authorities in Vienna.These books complete the work started by the late Stefan Stader.He did this by including and referring to many of the other Banater communities and their records, even partially including them in this book.