APA 6th Edition Njari, D. (2012). Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća. Povijesni zbornik, 4 (5), 77-97. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331
MLA 8th Edition Njari, Denis. "Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća." Povijesni zbornik, vol. 4, br. 5, 2012, str. 77-97. https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331. Citirano 13.08.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Njari, Denis. "Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća." Povijesni zbornik 4, br. 5 (2012): 77-97. https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331
Harvard Njari, D. (2012). 'Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća', Povijesni zbornik, 4(5), str. 77-97. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331 (Datum pristupa: 13.08.2020.)
Vancouver Njari D. Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća. Povijesni zbornik [Internet]. 2012 [pristupljeno 13.08.2020.];4(5):77-97. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331
IEEE D. Njari, "Vlacislavci (Lacháza) sredinom 19. stoljeća", Povijesni zbornik, vol.4, br. 5, str. 77-97, 2012. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/105331. [Citirano: 13.08.2020.]
Sažetak On the basis of archival sources, the article brings for the first time information on the foundation of Vladislavci, a settlement founded in the first half of the nineteenth century. The article is primarily based on the scarcely extant unpublished sources from the archival series of the Lordship of Čepin, parish registers of birth, marriage and death from the Vladislavci for the period from 1848 to 1859, the first extant cadastral maps that depict Vladislavce, but also on previous Hungarian and Croatian scholarship that at least incidentally mentions Vladislavce.
Since the village was colonized in the first half of the nineteenth century, that is before than more intense colonization of the Hungarian population in the area of Slavonia of the Austro-Hungarian Ausgleich period started, meagre Croatian historiography which incidentally mentioned the settlement, generally incorrectly identified it. On the other hand, neither Hungarian historiography correctly determined the period of the colonization of the settlement, but saw it as “an authentic Hungarian settlement from the time of the Árpádians.” The particularity of the Vladislavci as a village of Eastern Slavonia which was almost exclusively inhabited by the Hungarians is primarily in that, that it cannot be classified as the so-called Hungarian pre-settlements that existed in its immediate surroundings and that were established in the Middle Ages (as is the case with Hrastin/Haraszti or Laslovo/Szent László), nor as those settlements that were colonised by the Hungarian population in the Ausgleich period.
The work employs several methods: onomastical method, while analysing toponyms on cadastral maps and antroponyms in parish records; statistical method in analysing demographical data; comparative method when placing Vladislavci in relations to surrounding settlements of the district of Osijek and finally, descriptive method when presenting other facts and conclusions. The research questions are: (1) when was the settlement founded and under which circumstances; (2) how many households and inhabitants did the village have in the mid-nineteenth century and (3) what were the demographical trends in that period.
By analysing parish records of born, married and dead, basic demographic trends in the mid-nineteenth century are given, the census based on the house-numbers is reconstituted, and the first cadastral maps of the settlement is analysed for onomastic interpretation of available antroponyms and toponyms. Under considerations are also issues such as which were the most frequent personal names given to children at birth, the average age of marriage, average age and causes of death in Vladislavci from 1848 to 1859.