History of Kovačica
The first rural community named Kovačica appears in 1751, when numerous Serbian frontiersmen and their families settled here after Potiskopomoriska frontier was disbanded.
After German-Banal frotntier was formed in 1767, Kovačica got a Hungarian name Antalfalva (Antal’s village).
History of Padina
In 1776, Padina was mentioned as a Serbian village which was soon left without inhabitants so that in 1788 it is not on the list of inhabited places in this area. It is supposed that the reasons for leaving this place were the lack of drinking water and a pull-back as the Turks were approaching.
History of Debeljača
For the first time, the village of Debeljača is mentioned in written documents dating from 1660. By the mid 18th century it was a leased waste land called: Develak, Debeljak, and Debeljačka waste land. However, its true development can be followed only from the second half of 18th century up to today.
History of Crepaja
The oldest historical documents where Crepaja was mentioned are: ‘Kruševski pomenik’, ‘Pećki pomenik’ and ‘Pećki kastig’. In ‘Kruševski pomenik’ there are 169 pages and on page 35 the village of Crepaja is noted, while on page 150 it says ‘Small Crepaja’.
History of Samoš
Building the village of Samoš began in 1804 on the territory of former military frontier. Military frontiersmen Serbs built it and remained in it even after the frontier was disbanded. Written documents state that at the beginning of 20th century there were 538 houses and 2462 people in Samoš.
History of Idvor
Idvor, a small village next to the river of Tamiš, was first mentioned in 17th century during the Turkish rule in this area. In 1660, the monks of Peja Patriarchate reached Idvor while collecing donations. This is when they included the name of this village in Banat into the list of donors and later in their official note of thanks.
History of Uzdin
In mid 18th century, this village is mentioned as a waste land of Bečkerek County named Big Uzdin and Small Uzdin. This area was a part of Eraš land which was rented. When Military Frontier was formed in 1767, one squad of 12 regiment of German-Banal frontier regiment settled here.
History of Putnikovo
People settled in Putnikovo colony on several occasions in twenties and thirties of 20thcentury. Today, the majority of population includes Serbs coming from Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
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