Many small towns from a century ago no longer exist, have gone through name changes, or are more commonly known by alternate exonyms. The map links on this page can help identify the modern-day names of places, nearest vital records offices, or church parish locations. Cadastral maps often contain the names of landowners in a village, along with a visual record of their property.

Mapire: The Historical Map Portal

High-Resolution Regional and Village Maps from Hungaricana, Historical Archives and Old Maps Online

Vas Megye, 1836

Vas Megye, 1910

Vas Megye, 1986

Burgenland, Austria, 1920

Csörötnek, Gyarmat és Kondorfa, 1868

Háromház, 1857

Ispank, 1860

Gyarmat (Rábagyarmat/Ruprecht Gyarmath), 1858

Kis Rákos & Iklód, 1860

Kondorfa, 1846

Kondorfa, 1858

Kondorfa, 1869

Magyarlak, 1857

Szalafö, 1859

Talapatka, 1857

Veszprém Megye, 1856

Veszprém Megye, 1926

Bakonyszentkirály, 1850-1859

Bakonyszentkirály, 1857

Márkó, 1857

Zala Megye

Salomvár, 1859

Szent Jvány (Zalaszentiván) and Kisfalud, 1858