Tuesday, October 31, 200620:44:11 CET
Szeged cemetery database went live

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This might be interesting for folks whose family roots lead to Szeged. The database of some 120,000 burials is now available on the burial services of Szeged company site: Testamentum.

I've just tried to access the site to give a short guide to its Hungarian interface, but my try failed and a database error was shown: Too many connections. Apparently the server is overloaded with requests.

OK, here is what I can remember from my visit there on Sunday.

On the left navigation menu one can possibly click on "Keresés". Then enter a surname into the "Vezetéknév" field (at least 3 characters anywhere in the name). You'll get a list names, the decade or year (sometimes date) when they were born and buried, and the cemetery plot number. You can even see the plot location on the map provided.

To find out the range of the time period in the database I entered a popular surname, Kovács into the search form. I got the impression that the first records start in the late 1800s and go up to the late 20th century.

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