Saarland Map: Hubert Families who migr. to Perjamosch /Banat, Austria-Hungary

Last Update:  15 April 2012

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History of Saarland In More Detail

The Saar River is 150 miles long and begins in the Vosges Mts. in Eastern France and flows generally N. to join the Moselle SW of Trier, Germany.  It forms part of the border between France and Saarland, a German State. The capital of the area known as Saarland is Saarbruecken.   The population was German speaking and their religion was usually Catholic.  The area holds little historical data unless one digs deeply into the history of conflicts between the German and the French rulers.

1000 - About this time the Iron Age began....

800 to 400 -  Celtic settlements dotted this area near the Saar River by Saarbruecken...

abt 58 B.C. - Romans built stone bridges over the Saar and a fortress to protect this bridge at Saaarbruecken...

A.D. 10 - Arminius, a Cheruscan leader, lead his army and defeated the Roman army in the Teutoburg Forest and the area of the Rhine to the Danube were freed of the Roman rulers...

200 and after were the invasions of Germanic tribes:  Alemani, Franks, Chatti, Bajuvanri, Saxons, Frisians, Thuringians and Langobardi.

300-918 Carolingian Empire

418 to 511 - Area is unified by the Franks under the Merovingian King Chlodwig [Clovis]....

772 to 814 - Carolingian King Charlemagne extends his empire

843 to 880:  Partitions of the Carilingian Empire creates the area of the eastern Frankish kingdom into the area which would later be known as the German Empire

910 to 1517: Middle Ages to Reformation

919 to 936:  The people  [Franks, Saxons, Swabians, and Barians] of the eastern Franish kingdom united under  Duke Henry of Saxony....

1096 to 1291 Crusades to the Holy Lands

1381to 1793 - Area held dependency under Counts [later Princes] of Nassau-Saarbruekcen.  See history of Saarbruecken.

1517  Reformation began

1524 to 1525  Peasant Wars

1608 to 1609 - Creation of the Protestant Union and the Catholic League

1618 to 1648 - Thirty Years War

1648  - Peace of Westphalia

1683 - The Turks are defeated outside of Vienna by the Polish and German aries and Germans began to settle the Banat area in Austria-Hungary

1740 to 1748:  War of the Austrian Succession.  Maria Theresa gains recognition of her succession to the throne.  Meanwhile Austria loses Silesia to Frederick II, the Great of Prussia....

1762 - Peace of Hubertusburg between Austria, Prussia and Saxony....

Area around Saarbruecken became important for it's coal and iron ore...

1914 - 1918  WW I

1919  to 1935 - Treaty of Versailles made Saarland an autonomous territory administered by France under the League of nations. This meant France was able to exploit the coal fields.

1935  French pact was nullified...

1939 to 1945 WW II

1949:  Federal Republic of Germany

1950: German Democratic Republic

1956  Became part of W. Germany

1990 - Unification of Germany 

Lebach Area in Saarland


As one can see, many of the Hubert family ancestors migrated from the Saarland [Germany]. The ancestors marked on this particular map are connected to the families who migrated from the Lebach [see purple arrow] area of Saarland  to Sackelhausen / Banat, Austria-Hungary. See map showing Lebach, Saarlouis and Saarbruecken.


These families are listed on my Sackelhausen Web Pages from "A" to "Zzzz".

The Hubert Family's migration is uncertain.  There were Huberts listed as having migr. from Saarland and they are  listed on the Trier Web Page.  About 1748 their migration from Saarland or the Black Forest carried them to the village of Perjamosch.


These families are listed on my Perjamosch Web Pages from "A" to "Zzzz".

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