This page contains an article by Anton Tafferner about the settlement of Boglar and Saar in the Schildgebirge west of Budapest. It includes the original settlers lists and some analysis of those lists. It contains significant details about names, ages, family groupings, etc.
There are three downloadable files on this page to access this information. First, the file Boglar-Saar.pdf contains the title page of the 1978 book in which this article was published. Second, the file First Settler Families Saar Boglar Translation 2013.pdf holds the explanatory text of the original article, translated by Frank DOrnstauder. This translation does not, however, contain the tables with the information on the individual families. This information is contained in the third file, kolonisten_saar-boglar.pdf. This is a pdf version of the original German article. It contains the original German explanatory text, followed by the tables of family information. Note that I found seal cases where the letter “m” was converted to “rn” by the pdf conversion and a few cases where the letter “e” was converted to “o” or “c”and “l” was converted to “t”. Also there is a case where “u” was converted to “ll” (vidulls should be viduus). Note that “ß” means “ss”.
Much of the information in the tables is in Latin. Here are a few Latin word and phrase translations that will help you to understand the tables.
ancilla/ancillae = maid/maids
anni eorum = age
avia = grandmother
coelebs = single, unmarried adult
confessi = confessed?
confirmati = confirmed
derelicta = deserted, abandoned
famulus/famuli = farm labourer/labourers
filia/filiae = daughter/daughters
filius/filii = son/sons
filius horum = “of these” (of him? of the above head of household?)
filius uxoratus = married son (of the person/headhousehold preceding)
frater hospitis = brother who is a guest
gemellae = female twins
gener hospitis = son-in-law who is a guest (of the person/head of household preceding?)
incola = resident
inquilinus/inquilini = landless tenant/tenants
mater hospitis = mother who is a guest
mensium duorum = two months
mensium quattuor = four months
mensium sex = six months
mensium trium = three months
puber = young adult
servus = servant
soro = sister
status animarum = listing of parishioners, church census
status familiaris = family status
uxor = wife
vidua/viduus = widow/widower
vitricus = step father