FYI Yugoslavia existed only from 1929 to 1991. Your Grandmother was born in the Kingdom of Hungary, which was in turn part of the Habsburg Empire aka Austria-Hungary. The photo back that you showed is in Magyar language (aka Hungarian). Dutch nor Russian would be found in that region but German would. The photograph is from Nagy Teremia, which is now located in Romania Many times the towns or villages were known by a different name to each ethnic group for instance Nagy Teremia is Magyar, Marienfeld is German and today Romanians call it Marjafeld
Official: Teremia Mare
Hungarian: Mariafölde, Nagy Teremia
Spelling and/or dialect variants: Marjafeld
16km SW of Großsanktnikolaus
Postal Code: 1968
Railroad station: Teremia-Banat
1930: 2927 (94.6% Germans)
1910: 2799 (92.0% Germans)
Village name in FHL records: Gross Termin, Marienfeld, Mariafolde, Nagyteremia
Church records available at FHL: Christenings 1770-1845, Marriages 1770-1865, Deaths 1770-1840
FHL Microfilm Nr. 0858421, 0858422
Church records available at IfA, Stuttgart: same years as above; includes indices to Christenings, Marriages and Deaths
Also the orginal spelling of the name is JOVITS. In German and the other languages of the area the J sounds like English Y.
Joseph age 45 and Katalin JOVITS age 14 arr at The Port of NY 26 Jan 1909 former residence Nagy Teremia Vas, Hungary where their next of kin was Elisabetha JOVITS there destination was Nazareth PA to bro in law Ch. SCHUHMACHER at Nazareth PA both of their birthplace is listed as Mokrin, Hungary which is now located in Serbia (became part of Serbia after the end of WW I, 1918)located 77.3 miles N of Belgrade if you go to the map link below you will see Teremia just to the east of Mokrin.http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?searchtype=address&...
Elisabeth arrived at the Port of NY aboard the ship Kaiserin Auguste Victoria out of the Port of Hamburg, Germany 13 Nov 1909 as Erzbetha (Magyar spelling) age 44 former residence Nagy Teremia, Hungary next of kin son in law HELLER, Lorenz, Destination to Bethlehem PA to husband Josef JOVITS birthplace Nagy Teremia
When did Kathryn and Charles marry? Where did they live?
Croatian Heritage Museum