There is no mention of anything matching surname *GAJUS in Tenja parish records.
I believe the ship manifest for the man who immigrated in 1910 contains a mistake:
The first man in the group under number 13 is NIKOLA HARIŠ , Serbian from BAČKO GRADIŠTE (Bácsföldvár ), Serbia. (confirmed ethnic Serbian surname in that place of origin)
People listed under him all have ethnic Serbian surnames that are found in the parish records of the Serbian Orthodox Church for Tenja, Croatia and in the Serbian Orthodox Church censuses :
Number 20 - ČEDOMIR *GAJUS has his contact , father JOVAN *GAJUS, listed as residing not in Tenja like the group above, but in Bácsföldvár, like the HARIŠ NIKOLA under number 13.
So - this man - if anyone is looking for him as an ancestor, was not from Tenja, Croatia.
ČEDOMIR *GAJUS was according to the manifest, ethnic Serbian from BAČKO GRADIŠTE and that is where information on descendants of the same family and vital records will be available.
Before that, the surname and its original spelling must be confirmed :http://www.rodoslovlje.com/en/documentation/guide-researchin...
because *GAJUS surname is not found in the original period records in that spelling.
-ship manifest ČEDOMIR *GAJUS 1910
- Serbian Orthodox temple in Bačko Gradište, built in 1773., when the vital records and school were started in that parish.
Serbian Genealogy Society SGS "Rodoslovlje"http://www.rodoslovlje.com/en