Well here's my attempt at translating the text...sorry guys this isn't going to be word for word throughout the WHOLE text, but i'll try to be as exact as possible:
"Orthodox Serbian Diocese of Temishora"
"It is still uncertain when and how the Temishora diocese was established. Paper trails start from the 16th century and at that time they swear to the Patriarchate of Pec [Serbia]. It is an important coincidence that serbs in these lands had a broken church life much before the Great Migration (1690), and one of these former serbian bishops, Isaiah (Djakovic), became one of the strongest pillars before the comming of Patriarch Arsenije III (Charnojevic) [Serbian]. And after the Great Migration, and long after the settling of Krushedolsk (1708), in other words Karlovach Mitropolia (1718), [Karlovci is an area of Northeast Serbia which has a long established metropolia] the diocese of Temishora stayed in the competence [literal trans.] of the Belgrade Metropolis, until the uniting of the Belgrad and Karlovach Metropli, which Temishora belonged to, as a seperate entity. The peace between Austria and Turkey in 1718, gave to Austria Banat, Olteniju, parts of Serbia with Belgrade, parts of Bosnia and Slovenia. Thinking that Belgrade is too close to Turkey the Metropolitan of Belgrad, Moses (Petrovic) moved his seat to Temishora, where he was enthroned in 1721. Upon the death of the Metropolitan of Karlovac Vikentije (Popovic) 1726, Moses was picked as metropolitan of Karlovci, with which practically began the unification of the Serbian Orthodox church inside Austrian territory. Therefore, Metropolitan Moses (Petrovic) moved from Timoshora to the Metropolitan throne of Karlovci.
Before the procession of hierarchical splitting of the Karlovach Metropolia in 1864, the Temishora diocese, as Serbian, stayed in the Karlovac Metropolis, with that it took on Romanian Church authority, but took Serbian church authority from the Aradska diocese. From the measure of the tearing of competence of the Karlovach mitropolis, meaning its inclusion in the reestablishment of the Serbian Belgrade Patriarchate after the First World War, Temishora diocese became a part of the Serbian Orthodox Church"