Krivaja Katastar of 1934
Published in “Zakljiucak”, Virovitica, Croatia
Contributed by Ursula Spandler
Besides the list ubove, the following families were also living in Krivaja:
- Plessinger (Schlesinger?)
one Serbian family owning a small store
one Hungarian family
Outside of the Krivaja village and towards Virovitica stood a brick yard surrounded by few houses. Johann Spandler lived and worked there with his wife Maria, nee Pozezanac and their children Franz, Stefan, Anna and Karoline.
Across the street lived the owners of the brick yard: Resi Brzello, Tonka and Wicki.
A little bit further stood the Wirtshaus (pub), than the home of the family Fritz, who pressed pumpkin seeds for oil.
Still a bit furher, towards Krivaja subdivision, stood the kohl yard that belonged to a Jewish farmer.
In the Krivaja subdivision lived two Spandler families, that most likely were related to each other. Ivan Spandler, born in 1863, was Ursula’s ancestor.