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Preface

On this page you will find all data that I know about my Bessarabian ancestors. If you know more or find errors please contact me. Please help to make this collection as complete and correct as possible.

Usually the data have been checked by myself. Exceptions are written in gray and have a reference that starts with [s. These data still need to be checked! Anyway, they are listed in a reference that seems to be reliable, and this is why I have listed the data here already. This may give a clue what to look for.

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Used signs

In the listing below some genealogical symbols are used. There is no symbol for confirmation, and I have used a "c" instead; for comments a "!":

* birth
~ babtism
k confirmation
oo marriage
+ death
[] burial
! comment

Some data can not be determined with the help of church records, because they do not exist. In these cases I have written a ¬ . To get more information it is necessary to check if other resources exist besides church records, for example tax lists, military lists or inheritance lists.

Sources

I have used these primary sources to compile the family tree. The numbers are the numbers of the microfilms that are archived at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where they can also be borrowed.

  • Family book Jakob Moldenhauer oo Sophie Banko
  • LDS 1053423 Beresina * 1849-1851
  • LDS 1198663 Katzbach *+ 1821-1840
  • LDS 1198706 Beresina + 1815,1817-1849 (transcription 1940)
  • LDS 161713 Family book Kulm 1,
  • LDS 161713 Family book Kulm 2,
  • LDS 1766535 Kulm * 1824-1843, oo 1824-1829
  • LDS 1766535 Tarutino * 1814-1849, oo 1824-1843
  • LDS 1766536 Kulm * 1843, Leipzig * 1833-1843, Tarutino * 1841-1851, * 1843-1874, + 1846-1851, + 1843-1874
  • LDS 1766537 Parish of Tarutino * 1844-1852, *+ 1850-1857.
  • LDS 1766556 Beresina * 1817-1848 (transcription 1940)
  • LDS 1766556 Beresina * 1851-1861, 1866, + 1849-1866
  • LDS 1766557 Beresina family book 1834
  • LDS 1766557 Beresina family book 1846-1860
  • LDS 1766564 Tarutino oo 1830-1847, 1855-1864
  • LDS 1766565 Tarutino oo 1848-1855
  • LDS 1768035 Parish of Tarutino, Kulm * 1853-1864
  • LDS 1768263 Beresina family book 1846-1860
  • LDS 1768263 Beresina family book 1861-1880
  • LDS 1768264 Beresina family book 1881-1895
  • LDS 1768287 Kulm * 1848-1863
  • LDS 1768288 Family book Kulm 1861-1880
  • LDS 1768378 Family book Kulm 1939 part I
  • LDS 1768378 Klöstitz oo 1842-1880 (fragments)
  • LDS 2161887 + Kulm 1919-1940
  • LDS 38904 Beresina + 1830-1841
  • LDS 38904 Klöstitz + 1830-1842, volume 2
  • LDS 38929 + Parish of Tarutino 1830-1847
  • LDS 38929 oo Tarutino 1855-1864

Other sources are:

  • Beglau Gedcom, by Judith (Beglau) Walker, published on Odessa3.org.
  • Kison, Hilda: Ortsfamilienbuch Kulm, Bessarabien, von 1815-1940. 315 Seiten. Büroservice Breuel & Höss GbR, 56299 Ochtendung.
  • Correspondence with Ewald and Lilli Gade nee Banko

Villages

Ancestry

Overview

  • 3
    • 6 Emil Böttcher 1 * 1911
      • 12 Martin Böttcher 1* 1869
        • 24 Christian Böttcher 1* 1836
          • 48 Martin Böttcher 1* 1797
            • 96=248 Christoph Böttcher 1* 1765
            • 97=249 Justine
          • 49 Beata Ruge * 1796
            • 98
            • 99 Anna
        • 25 Beata Gross * 1839
          • 50 Martin Gross * 1794
          • 51 Anna Rosina Leischner * 1797
      • 13 Katharina Nill * 1874
        • 26 Gottlieb Nill * 1853
          • 52 Georg Nill * 1805
          • 53 Helena Adam * 1808
        • 27 Magdalena Schwarz * 1854
          • 54 Johannes Schwarz * 1830
            • 108 Wilhelm Schwarz * 1803
              • 216 Carl Schwarz
              • 217
            • 109 Justine Kurz * um 1809
          • 55 Anna Katharina Mössner * 1836
            • 110 Johannes Mössner * 1806
            • 111 Carolina Schneider * 1808
    • 7 Olga Moldenhauer * 1913
      • 14 Jakob Moldenhauer * 1887
        • 28 Christoph Moldenhauer * 1844
          • 56 Georg Moldenhauer * 1808
          • 57 Karolina Albrecht * um 1798
        • 29 Anna Magdalena Beglau * 1850
          • 58 Friedrich Beglau * 1811
            • 116 Gottfried Beglau * 1788
              • 232 ... Beglau
              • 233 Elisabeth * 1764
            • 117 Dorothea Böttcher 2 * um 1786
          • 59 Rosina Roth * 1822
            • 118 Andreas Roth
            • 119
      • 15 Sophie Banko * 1894
        • 30 Gottlieb Banko * 1862
          • 60 Gottlieb Banko * 1828
            • 120 Christian Banko * 1806
              • 240 Johann Banko * 1777
                • 480 W. Johann Banko * 1759
                • 481 Maria
              • 241
            • 121 Justine Guse * 1807
              • 242 Martin Guse * um 1784
              • 243 Anna
          • 61 Karoline Mauer * 1832
            • 122 Dienegott Mauer * um 1803
            • 123
        • 31 Sophie Böttcher 1 * 1866
          • 62 Christian Böttcher 1 * 1840
            • 124 Johann Böttcher 1 * 1815
              • 248=96 Christoph Böttcher 1 * 1765
              • 249=97 Justine
            • 125 Karoline Rauhut * 1820
              • 250 Georg Rauhut
              • 251
          • 63 Wilhelmine Lobe * 1842
            • 126 Christian Lobe * 1815
              • 252 Gottlieb Lobe
              • 125
            • 127 Henriette Roloff * 1819
              • 254 Christian Roloff
              • 255

Adam

Helena Adam (53)
* 1808 Grabin, Poland bzw. Bol(mow), Poland [53.1] [53.2] [53.3] [53.4]
~
k April 1822 Beresina [53.9] [53.10] [53.11]
oo Georg Nill (52) 7 June 1827 (1825) Beresina [53.12] [53.13] [53.14]
+ 27 January 1859 Beresina, 2 o'clock in the night, Brustkrankheit ["pectoral disease"] [53.5] [53.6] [53.7]
[] 30 January 1859, 2 o'clock in the afternoon [53.8]

Remarks: The Immigration list Beresina records amongst others:: Helena * 1808 Grabin. Gottlieb * about 1793 Babrotna, confirmed in Pruschitz. Gottlieb * 1810 Korawitz. In LDS 1198706 (and other Bessarabian church records) a Gottlieb Adam is listed as + 5 October 1834 in Beresina, buried 7 October, 52 years old, * Pruschütz in Poland. According to the confirmation records of Ilow, LDS 1196211, a Gottlieb Adam from Klein Brusitz is confirmed on 12 March 1796 in Brusitz (note from Martin Schiewe). This Gottlieb should be born about 1782 and most likely is the one that can be found in LDS 1198706. In LDS 1196211 (Ilow) on 5. January 1795 Anna Elisabeth Adam is mentioned as godmother in Klein Brusitz at the birth record of Johann Gottfried Böttcher, son of Michael and Anna Elisabeth Geisler, which both emigrated to Bessarabia (first to Kulm, later to Tarutino). In the same church register the marriage of Andreas Adam, farmer in Klein Brusitz and Anna Elisabeth Reiter is listed on 6 January 1795. Thomas A. Stangl notes in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 as confirmand among others Anna Elisabeth Adam, confirmed on 22 May 1813 in Kurabiowitz, and assumes that this village may be located south east of Zyrardow and is named Korabelitz by Stumpp. Pruschitz / Pruschütz for sure is Bruschitz as explained on the page Origin of the Boettcher family. The year of birth is about 1782, thus at a time when German settlers arrived in Bruschitz. About 5 kilometer south east of Bruschitz there is Grabieniec, about 2 kilmoneter north east of Nowosolna (Neu-Sulzfeld) Grabina. In some sources we can read Korawitz or Korowitz. Could this be Kurowice east of Łódź? If we assume that also the Adam family moved from the area west of Łódź around Bruschitz (Brużica Wielka) to the area east of Łódź (maybe around Nowosolna oder Kurowice), as it is for the Boettcher family, many village names listed in Bessarabian church records make sense. Which village is meant by Babrotna or Bobrowna is not clear at the moment.

Albrecht

Karoline Albrecht (57)
* about 1798 [57.2]
~
k
oo Georg Moldenhauer (56) 27 August 1832 Paris [57.3]
+ 22 February 1863 Paris [57.1]
[]

Georg oo Karoline Albrecht is baptizing children in 1834, 1837 and 1844, Georg oo Karolina Balck 1835 and 1838. So there must be two different Karolinas or Carolina ALbrecht was married twice (nee Albrecht or nee Balck? Ted Becker is writing to my in 1999 that in the Krasna Census from 1855 there is Christoph Moldenhauer * 1844 listed, and the parents Georg oo Karolina Balck married 1832 in Alt Elft. Is the marriage to Carolina ALbrecht maybe his second marriage? / A Carolina Albrecht was married to Christoph Busch, a child is born 1831 in Krasna. Her first marriage? For me it looks like as if people have been mixed up and that Karolina Albrecht is the right wife! In addition it is also confusing that according to LDS 1766619 a Karolina Albrecht * 1817 Poland was married to Jacob Fercho, and they baptized children between 1832 and 1848. Apparently there are two Karolina Albrechts with different age!

Banko

Sophie Banko (15)

Sophie Banko

* 11 September 1894 Kulm [15.1] [15.2]
~ 18 September 1894 Kulm [15.4]
k
oo Jakob Moldenhauer (14) 5 April 1912 Tarutino [15.5] [15.6]
+ 1 August 1863 Pinneberg [15.3]
[]

Gottlieb Banko (30)
* 24 March 1862 Kulm, 3 o'clock in the afternoon [30.1] [30.2] [30.3] [30.4] [30.5] [30.6] [30.7]
~ 1 April 1862 Kulm [30.11] [30.12] [30.13] [30.14] [30.15]
k 20 September 1877 [30.16]
oo Sophie Böttcher 1 (31) 8 December 1883 Tarutino [30.8] [30.9] [30.10]
+
[]

Gottlieb Banko (60)
* 2 December (October?) 1828 Kulm [60.1] [60.2] [60.3] [60.4]
~
k 11 March (May?) 1842 Kulm [60.7] [60.8] [60.9]
oo Karoline Mauer (Maurer) (61) 29 December 1849 Tarutino. Engagement 10 December 1849, banns 11 December 1849, 18 December 1849, 26 December 1849. [60.5] [60.6]
+
[]

Christian Banko (120)
* 9 May 1806 Poland [120.1] [120.2]
~
k 23 April 1820 [120.6] [120.7]
oo Justine Guse (121) 15 November 1826 (10 February 1828?) Kulm [120.4] [120.5]
+ 21 July 1855 (or 1854?) [120.3]
[]

Johann Banko (240)
* 5 October 1777 Poland [240.1] [240.2]
~
k 10 March (May?) 1792 [240.3] [240.4]
oo
+
[]

Achtung It is oly assumed that Johann Banko is the father. He is listed on the same homestead as his (assumed) son Christian and his year of birth is given (1777). In addition I assume that W. Johann Banko * about 1759 is the father of Johann * 1777.

W. Johann Banko (480)
* about 1759 Geglenfelde [480.1]
~
k
oo Maria (481), (* about 1769 Loosen, Prussia [481.1], + 7 March 1839 midday, 1 o'clock, Krämpfe ["cramps"] [481.2], [] 10. March 1839 midday [481.3])
+ 14 February 1851 Tarutino, Altersschwäche ["senility"] [480.2]
[] 16 February 1851 Tarutino [480.3]
! According to some sources immigrated from Pabianitz to Bessarabia.

Achtung I only assume that this is the father of Johann * 1777.

Beglau

Anna Magdalena Beglau (29)
* 30 October (November?) 1850 Beresina (Kulbarisch / Kalburisch), 10 o'clock in the evening [29.1] [29.2] [29.3] [29.4] [29.5] [29.6]
~ 13 December 1850 Beresina (Kulbarisch, Kalburisch?) [29.9] [29.10] [29.11]
k 28 March 1865 [29.12]
oo Christoph Moldenhauer (28) 4 February 1871 Klöstitz. Engagement: 11 January 1871. banns: 17 January, 24 January, 31 January 1871. [29.13] [29.14]
+ 11 December 1924 Kulm, Altersschwäche ["senility"] [29.7]
[] 14 December 1924 Kulm [29.8]
! Came to Kulm in 1878.

Friedrich Beglau (58)
* 1811 Poland [58.1] [58.2] [58.3]
~
k 1825 (1826?) [58.8] [58.9]
oo Rosina Roth (59) 1836 (1838?) [58.5] [58.6] [58.7]
+ 7 January 1873 Beresina [58.4]
[]

Achtung In the primary sources that I have read no father is listed!

Gottfried Beglau (116)
* 1 March 1788 Leopoldsort [116.1] [116.2] [116.3] [116.4]
~
k 1802 L(ieb)enthal, Prussia [116.10] [116.11]
oo Dorothea Böttcher 2 (117) [116.9]
+ 12 May 1864 Beresina, 2 o'clock in the night, Unterleibskrankheit ["abdominal disease"] [116.5] [116.6]
[] 14 May 1864, in the afternoon, Beresina
! ooII Maria (Plifke) (* 1804 Poland near Petrikom) Beresina 21 August 1823 [116.7] [116.8]

Achtung This is only the assumed father of Friedrich!

... Beglau (232)
*
~
k
oo Elisabeth (233) (* 1764 [232.1], + 18. November 1828 Beresina [232.2] [232.3])
+
[]

Achtung This is only the assumed mother of Gottfried!

LDS 1766557 is listing some Beglaus as follows: Martin * 1798 Liebenthal, Prussia, confirmed in Grünbach; Michael * Grünbach, Poland. Liebenthal (the one we are looking for?) is located about 12 kilometers south east och Schneidemühl. In the church records of Łaznów (LDS 808476) the family is detectable (for example the birth of Christina Beglau ("Chrystyna Peglowa"), daughter of Gottfried Beglau ("Godefryd Pegl(ow)"). There is also a signature of "Gottfried Martin Begelau" and "Gottfried Begelau". In LDS 2100636 (also Łaznów) for instance a Michael? Beglau is mentioned. In LDS 2255710 (Pabianice) the marriage of Gottlieb Beglau ("Boguslaus Peglau") and Dorothea Peter ("Dorothea Peterowna") is listed on November 26, 1811 and he is listed as being from Grömbach. To receive more data for the Beglau family it is necessary to read also the church records of Łaznów and surroundings.

Böttcher 1

Emil Böttcher 1 (6)

Emil Böttcher

* 29 December 1911 Leipzig [6.1]
~ 1 January 1912 Leipzig [6.2]
k
oo Olga Moldenhauer (7) 12 December 1935 Tarutino [6.3] [6.4]
+ 16 October 1997 Kaltenkirchen (hospital)
[] 23 October 1997 Hasloh
! Translation of the article published in in: Groppel, Lieselotte: Hasloh - Unsere Dorfgeschichte. Gemeinde Hasloh, 1989. "On 29 December 1911 I was born in Leipzig (Bessarabia). My parents died early and 6 years old I moved to the neighbouring village Kulm to foster parents. The estate of my (foster) father was about 1 1/4 Wirtschaft big (1 Wirtschaft = 60 hectare), exactly 79 hectare. Of these 79 hectare there was 1 hectare forrest, 15 hectare meadow and 3 hectare wine. The crop land was segmented into 20 hectare wheat, 25 hectare corn; on the remaining 15 hectare barley, oat, oleiferous fruit ["Ölfrucht"], soy beans and potatoes were grown. To the farmstead belonged a livestock of 8-12 cows, 100-150 sheep, 10-12 horses, 6-8 pigs, 300 chicken, 50-70 ducks and 40-50 geese. The little amount of cows was due to the fact that we did not operated dairy farming. The cows at best gave 8-10 litres of milk. The evacuation to the city, which was 60 kilometers away, was impossible. Markets were not provided; everything that was to be sold was bought by traders in the village. 1940 the big resettlement took place. We came to the Warthegau. Because of his age my father did not receive a farmstead of his own, so we moved together with the parents on a farmstead of 62 hectare. Before the war it was a German estate, the German cemetery still was existent. Then the Marienhof [the name of the estate] was getting Polish after the First World War - Neuhof, county of Kosten was named "Nowodwor". In 1940 the estate was only a remaining rest. The dwelling house was in a good condition, the stabling was rotten. The land was very good and situated arround the farmyard. It was only intersected by a railway line and a road. We grew rye, potatoes, sugar beets and "Gemenge". Three Polish "Deputat"-families [translation unknown] lived on the farmyard. From the spring of 1942 on I had to serve in the army and was wounded in November 1944 (amputation of the left forearm). After being in different military hospitals I met my family in Luckenwalde because they had to leave house and farm in January 1945. On December 3 we left the Russian zone and arrived one week later in Hasloh. Together with my wife and my four children I first lived for three years one room in the municipal barrack, then we were assigned to another housing space. For some time I worked for the allotment association ["Kleingartenverein"]; in November 1950 I obtained a job in a tree nursery in Hasloh. Signed: Emil Böttcher." The text in German: "Am 29. Dezember 1911 wurde ich in Leipzig (Bessarabien) geboren. Meine Eltern verstarben früh, und mit 6 Jahren kam ich in das Nachbardorf Kulm zu Pflegeeltern. Das Anwesen meines (Pflege-)Vaters betrug etwa 1 1/4 Wirtschaft (1 Wirtschaft = 60 ha) genau 79 ha. Von den 79 ha waren 1 ha Wald, 15 ha Wiese und 3 ha Wein. Die Ackerfläche teilte sich auf in 20 ha Weizen, 25 ha Mais; die restlichen 15 ha waren bebaut mit Gerste, Hafer, Oelfrucht, Sojabohnen und Kartoffeln. Zum Hof gehörte ein Viehbestand von 8-12 Kühen, 100-150 Schafen, 10-12 Pferden, 6-8 Schweinen, 300 Hühnern, 50-70 Enten und 40-50 Gänsen. Die geringe Zahl der Kühe erklärt sich daraus, daß wir keine Milchwirtschaft betrieben. Die Kühe gaben bestenfalls 8-10 Liter Milch. Der Abtransport zur Stadt, die 60 km entfernt lag, war unmöglich. Märkte wurden auch nicht von uns beschickt; was verkauft werden sollte, wurde von Händlern im Dorf aufgekauft. 1940 erfolgte die große Umsiedlung. Wir kamen in den Warthegau. Mein Vater erhielt aus Altersgründen keinen eigenen Hof. So zogen wir mit den Eltern zusammen auf einen Hof von 62 ha. Vor dem Krieg war es ein deutsches Gut gewesen, der deutsche Friedhof war noch vorhanden. Dann war der Marienhof nach dem ersten Weltkrieg in polnischen Besitz übergegangen - aus Neuhof, Kreis Kosten wurde "Nowodwor". Unser Anwesen war 1940 ein Restgut. Das Wohnhaus befand sich in gutem Zustand, die Stallungen waren verkommen. Das Land war sehr gut und lag rings um den Hof. Es wurde nur von einer Bahnlinie und einer Straße durchschnitten. Wir bauten Roggen, Kartoffeln, Zuckerrüben und Gemenge an. Auf dem Hof wohnten 3 polnische Deputatfamilien. Im Frühjahr 1942 wurde ich zur Wehrmacht eingezogen und im November 1944 verwundet (Amputation des linken Unterarms). Nach verschiedenen Lazarettaufenthalten traf ich in Luckenwalde mit meiner Familie zusammen, die im Januar 1945 Haus und Hof verlassen mußte. Am 3. Dezember verließen wir die russische Zone und trafen eine Woche später in Hasloh ein. Mit meiner Frau und den 4 Kindern bewohnte ich zunächst 3 Jahre lang einen Raum in der Gemeindebaracke, dann bekamen wir anderen Wohnraum zugewiesen. Einige Zeit arbeitete ich beim Kleingartenverein; im November 1950 erhielt ich Arbeit in einer Baumschule in Hasloh. gez. Emil Böttcher"

Martin Böttcher 1 (12)
* 10 July (June?) 1869 Kulm [12.1] [12.2] [12.3]
~ 10 July (June?) 1869 Kulm [12.5] [12.6] [12.7]
k
oo Katharina Nill (13) 2 December 1893 Tarutino. [12.4]
+ before 13 July 1919
[]
! Emigrated about 1906 to the US near the Canadian border and returned to Bessarabia in 1908.

Christian Böttcher 1 (24)
* 22 June (November?) 1836 Kulm, 8 o'clock in the evening [24.1] [24.2] [24.3] [24.4] [24.5] [24.6]
~ 28 June 1836 Tarutino [24.13]
k (21?) 22 April 1851 [24.14] [24.15] [24.16] [24.17]
oo Beata Gross (25) 28. (21?) December 1856 Tarutino. Engagement 30 November 1856, banns 9 December 1856, 16 December 1856, 23 December 1856 [24.8] [24.9] [24.10] [24.11] [24.12]
+ before 11 March 1919 [24.7]
[]

Martin Böttcher 1 (48)
* 15 October 1797 Poland [48.1] [48.2]
~
k 23 May 1812 [48.6] [48.7]
oo Beata Ruge (49) 20 February 1814 [48.4] [48.5]
+ 20 July 1855 [48.3]
[]

Achtung It is only assumed that Christoph oo Justine are the parents based ont he immigration lists of sexton Traichel.

Christoph Böttcher 1 (96 = 248)
* 1765
~
k
oo Justine (97 = 249)
+ Kulm (before 22 November 1836) [96.1]
[]

Christoph (and Familie) seem to be from Grünberg / Grömberg / Poland. You can read more details on the page about the Origin of the Boettcher family. According to an old family tradition the family is from Strasburg; this could not be prooved yet.

Sophie Böttcher 1 (31)
* 21 March 1866 Kulm [31.1] [31.2] [31.3] [31.4]
~ 22 March 1866 Kulm [31.5] [31.6] [31.7] [31.8]
k
oo Gottlieb Banko (30) 8 December 1883 Tarutino [31.9] [31.10] [31.11]
+
[]

Christian Böttcher 1 (62)
* 11 February (September?) 1840 Kulm [62.1] [62.2] [62.3] [62.4]
~ 14 February 1840 Kulm [62.12 [62.13]
k 3 April 1855 [62.14] [62.15]
oo Wilhelmine Lobe (63) 5. January 1862 Tarutino. Engagement 15 December 1861, banns 17 (18?) December 1861, 24 December 1861 and 31 December 1861. [62.8] [62.9] [62.10] [62.11]
+ 2 February 1921 Kulm, 9 o'clock in the evening, Altersschwäche ["senility"] [62.5] [62.6]
[] 4 February 1921 Kulm, 2 o'clock in the afternoon [62.7]

Johann Böttcher 1 (124)
* 22. February 1815 Poland [124.1] [124.2] [124.3]
~
k 11. April 1830 [124.8] [124.9] [124.10]
oo Karoline Rauhut (125) 22 November 1836 (4 May (November?) 1838) Tarutino. Engagement 6 November 1836, banns 8 November, 15 November, 22 November 1836. [124.4] [124.5] [124.6] [124.7]
+
[]

Parents: Christoph Böttcher 1 (96 = 248) oo Justine (97 = 249)

Böttcher 2

Dorothea Elisabeth Böttcher 2 (117)
* about 1786 [117.1] [117.5]
~
k
oo Gottfried Beglau (116) [117.4]
+ 7 April 1823 Beresina [117.2] [117.3]
[]

You can read more details on the page about the Origin of the Boettcher family.

Gross

Beata Gross (25)
* 5 February (September?) 1839 Kulm [25.1] [25.2] [25.3] [25.4] [25.5] [25.6]
~ 12 February 1839 [25.10]
k 4 April 1854 [25.11] [25.12] [25.13] [25.14]
oo Christian Böttcher 1 (24) 28 December 1856 Tarutino. Engagement 30 November 1856, banns 9 December 1856, 16 December 1856, 23 December 1856 [25.15] [25.16] [25.17] [25.18] [25.19]
+ 11 March 1919 Kulm, 2 o'clock in the morning, Altersschwäche ["senility"] [25.7] [25.8]
[] 6 March 1919 Kulm, 3 o'clock in the afternoon [25.9]

Martin Gross (50)
* 18 October 1794 Gura, Poland or Schuchowa, Poland [50.1] [50.2] [50.7]
~
k 11 April 1809 [50.5] [50.6] [50.8]
oo Anna Rosina Leischner (51) 4 February (11 September?, 4 February?) 1813 [50.3] [50.4] [50.10]
+ 20 January 1873 [50.9]
[]

The list of sexton Traichel lists as immigrants: Gross, Martin (27 years) from Góra-Kalwarya, Poland, oo Rosine (24 years); Gross, Karl (25 years) from Góra-Kalwarya, oo Anna Maria (22 years) with Karoline (1 year). Other sources (see immigration list Kulm) list as point of origin: Raschin; Gora, Kalisch; Gura; Schachokowa; Gora, Kalisch. In the immigration list Leipzig: Strykowo, Lodz (= Stryków north east of Łódź?) respectively Strilkow und Strilkov (which possibly should also be Stryków). Thomas A. Stangl lists in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 the villages Wilhelmswalde (Borowo) near Łódź, and for the same time period also Donnersruh, Luisenthal, Ilow. It is most likely that also the Gross family came to Bessarabia from the Łódź area so first the church records from this regian should be read in order to obtain more data.

Guse

Justine Guse (121)
* 25 April 1807 Poland [121.1] [121.2] [121.3] [121.4]
~
k 11 April 1821 [121.6] [121.7]
oo Christian Banko (120) 15 November 1826 (10 February 1828? Kulm) [121.8] [121.9]
+ 27 December 1879 [121.5]
[]

Achtung I only assume that the parents are Martin oo Anna, because sexton Traichel lists as immigrants to Kulm in 1815: Guse, Martin (31 years) from Poland, oo Anna (31 years), child: Justine (5 years).

Martin Guse (242)
* about 1784
~
k
oo Anna (243) (* about 1784)
+
[]

The Kulmer Heimatbuch indicates that the Guse family came to Kulm from Wittenberg! The immigration List Kulm lists as point of origin: Budjesak, Posen; Pogerselle, Poland; Strelitz; Furtweiß, Prussia; In the church records of Zgierz (LDS 2085351 and 2085708) the family is traceable, as well as in the records of Łaznów (LDS 808476) and Ilow (LDS 1196212). Thomas A. Stangl lists in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 as confirmand Johann Gottfried Guse 1808 in Miliske (Militz/Mileszki east of Łódź) and Wilhelm Guse 1811 in Borowo (Wilhelmswalde). So also the Guse family seems to be emmigrated to Bessarabia from the Łódź area (compare Origin of the Boettcher family).

Kurz

Justine Kurz (109)
* about 1809 (1814?) Maranow (Marianow?) [109.1] [109.2] [109.3] [109.4]
~
k 1823 Beresina [109.11]
oo Wilhelm Schwarz (108) 1829 Beresina [109.12]
+ 9 October 1835 Beresina, 11 o'clock in the evening, rheumatism [109.5] [109.6] [109.7] [109.8]
[] 12 October 1835 Beresina, in the afternoon [109.9] [109.10]

Michael Stockhausen writes about the origin of his Kurz family: "my Kurz most likely came from Swabia. Rosina certainly did not move to the east but stayed near Lodz (Zabieniec). In another line I also have Kurz ancestors which probably came from Neutomischel and later moved to Grabieniec (between Lodz and Alexandrow). Near there is also a village named Maryanow." If you look at other families and these hints, it gets most likely that this family also emmigrated from the Łódź area. Marianów is about 4 kilometers eats of Bruschitz, Grabieniec about 5 kilometers southeast, and Żabieniec is more or less between Marianów and Grabieniec. In the Łódź area Thomas A. Stangl lists in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 Christina and Christoph Kurtz 1808 and 1809 in Miliske (Militz/Mileszki east ofŁódź). In the church records of Zgierz (LDS 2085351 and 2085708) the family is listed ("Kurc", in Bruschitz), as well as (probably) in Pabianice (LDS 2255710). In LDS 1198706 (Beresina) Michailow in Poland is given as the point of origin for Christine Kurz * about 1806. The immigration list Beresina shows as points of origin Löbell, Poland; Prischin (Pruszyn), Poland; Cobell; It could be that the family originally is from Reutlingen. Christian Fiess lists: Christine Kurz * 22. February 1784 Reutlingen, parents: Johann Jakob Kurz and Anna Maria Weber; Kurz, Simon Friedrich * 18. December 1781 Reutlingen, parents Johann Jakob Kurz and Anna Maria Weber (Film 1476492). The data base of the Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg about the emmigration from Southwest-Germany confirms this: Kurz, Simon Friedrich, emmigrated 1816 from Reutlingen to Russia with wive and 3 children: 2 sons (6 and ½ years old), 1 daughter (2 years old) from Reutlingen city. I am bothered a little bit by the year of emmigration (1816). Max Miller lists in his publication "Die Auswanderung der Württemberger nach Westpreußen und dem Netzegau" ["The emmigration of the Württemberger to West Prussia and the Netzegau"] on page 16: "in 1778 to Culm from Reitingen (Reutlingen): Johann Kurtz, tanner, with 500 fl.cash and Bargeld and "Wirtschaftsgerät." (could maybe translated as "tools"?)". But on page 78 there is for example another Johann Kurz from Backnang mentioned.

Leischner

Anna Rosina Leischner (51)
* 6 July 1797 Schuchowa, Poland [51.1] [51.2] [51.7]
~
k 23 March 1812 [51.3] [51.4] [51.8]
oo Martin Gross (50) 4 February (11 September?, 11 February?) 1813 [51.5] [51.6] [51.10]
+ 8 January 1873 [51.9]
[]

Sexton Traichel lists in the immigration list in 1815: Leischner, Gottlieb (27 years) from Schachorowa / Poland oo Dorothea (22 years) with brother Johann (14 years), mother Katherina (56 Jahre). Katharina could also be the mother of Anna Rosina. Thomas A. Stangl lists in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 as confirmands: Heinrich in 1811 from Wiece (Neudorf / Nowa Wies, near Śladów). In the immigration list Kulm the point of origin is given as: Schachorowa, Szaradowo, Szubin; Schachokowa (Scharozowa); Szaradowo, Kalisch.

Lobe

Wilhelmine Lobe (63)
* 7 January (June?) 1842 Kulm [63.1] [63.2] [63.3] [63.4]
~ 14 January 1842 Alt Posttal [63.7]
k 31 March 1857 [63.8] [63.9] [63.10]
oo Christian Böttcher 1 (62) 5 January 1862 Tarutino. Engagement 15 December 1861, banns 17 (18?) December 1861, 24 December 1861 and 31. December 1861. [63.11] [63.12] [63.13] [63.14]
+ 12 July 1931 Kulm, 11 o'clock in the night, Altersschwäche ["senility"] [63.5]
[] 14 July 1931 Kulm, 4 o'clock in the afternoon [63.6]

Occasionally there is some confusion because there is a second Wilhelmine Lobe. "My" Wilhelmine was born on 7 January. In a recordc for the family of Christian Böttcher it is written June 7. This causes the confiution, because there are two baptizms: Anton Lobe and Rosine Flegel baptize a Wilhelmine * 1 May 1842 Kulm (who moved to Leipzig on 12 January 12 1868); Christian Lobe and Heinerika Rolloff baptize a Wilhelmine * 7 January! The last one is more correct and also is listed on the old family tree of Sophie Böttcher (my great grandmother).

Christian Lobe (126)
* 24 April 1815 Kulm [126.1]
~
k 12 April 1830 [126.4]
oo Henriette (Heinerika) Roloff (127) 6 January 1838 Arzis. Engagement 17 December 1837, banns 19 December, 26 December, 2 January 1838 [126.2] [126.3]
+
[]

Gottlieb Lobe (252)
*
~
k
oo
+ Kulm (before 6 January 1838) [252.1]
[]

LDS 1768288 (Leipzig: + 1845-1889 (transcription)) lists a Friedrich Lobe * about 1788 in Prussia in the village Langberg + Leipzig. In the immigration list Kulm the point of origin is: Erdmannsweiler (= Kochanów); Semlin, Sieradz; In the immigration list Leipzig: Landsberg / Gorzow, Zulau; Langberg. Erdmannsweiler most likely is the best place to look for the ancestors, because sexton Traichel lists as immigrants in Kulm in 1815: Lobe, Anton (49 years) from Kochanowa (Kachanow), Poland, oo Christine (36 years), with the childrenn: Peter (18 years), Johann (16 years), Anton (12 years), Karoline (10 years); Lobe, Christian (29 years), from Kachanow, Poland, oo Rosine (27 years), children: Gottlieb (5 years); Lobe, Gottlib (28 years) from Kachanow, oo Christine (26 years). This Gottlieb Lobe * about 1787 oo Christine could be the father of Christian * 1815. One source is listing these parents: Christian Lobe, * 14 Apr 1815 Kulm, son of Gottlieb Lobe * 1792 in Kochanow oo Anna Christina Radach * 5 May 1795 Poland. oo Henriette Roloff * about 1819 in Kulm on 6 Jan 1838 in Tarutino (as reference for these data is named: The Odessa Digital Library, Filme 1882638/1 p33 reg 34, 1882648/2 p 83 reg 1. ev. 1882645/2 p125 reg 57). A more detailed analysis is needed and in any case the church records in the area of Erdmannsweiler must be read. One specific problem is that Erdmannsweiler was founded in 1803, not before.

Mauer

Karoline Mauer (61)
* 12 February 1832 Katzbach (Kulm?) [61.1] [61.2] [61.3]
~
k 4 May 1847 (1848?) [61.4] [61.5]
oo Gottlieb Banko (60) 29 December 1849 Tarutino. Engagement 10 December 1849, banns 11 December 1849, 18 December 1849, 26 December 1849. [61.6] [61.7]
+
[]

In Katzbach I could not find any birth record. I only found: Anna Rosina, * 10 April 1828, parents Dienegott Maurer oo Maria ...ske? respectively ..reske (LDS 1198663, 0098 and 0163) and Anna Maria , * 17. October 1829, parents Dienegott Maurer oo ...sky? respectively Fr(as)kin (LDS 1198663, 0100 and 0165). Anna Maria married Christian Fächner on 2. January 1849 in Tarutino (LDS 1766565, 0017). Before the birth of Karoline her father Dienegott died, and the question is where his wife Anna Maria Froske moved to. The marriage of Dienegott Maurer and Anna ...ske took place on August 10, 1824. It is a pitty that the church recordrs (LDS 1766565) are very hard to read at the interesting pages. Thus the surname of Dienegott's wife is not clear. On page 0159 it is very clearly written "Froske" for another person, but in some secondary sources I have found other notations like Fraske, Fraßke, Frisky. Hilda Kison lists in the Ortsfamilienbuch Kulm on page 153 the following family: Michael Justawitz, * 14. January 1798, his first wife Elisabeth Schlör (oo 9. November 1815) and his second wife Maria Fraßke, * 12. June 1812 [that looks very much like a misprint?], whom he married on 9. November 1819 [a misprint in the date as well?]. Most important are the listed stepchildren, which obviously came into the family together with Maria Fraßke: Anna Maria Mauer * 13. August 1823 [correct date?] and Caroline Mauer, * 12. February 1832 in Katzbach. Concerning this question the church records must be studied again. Maybe it is also of interest that Hilda Kison lists the first wife of Gottlieb Döring was born on June 12, 1809 (or 1805) was a Anna Rosina Mauer, whom he married on October 20, 1825. It needs to be checked how this Anna Rosine is related to the other Maurers. Arthur Flegel lists in his book: Dienegott Mauer * 1804 Poland + 13 Jul 1832 Katzbach oo Maria Elisabeth Kutzbach [The surname is definitely WRONG!]. These two are supposed to have been married about 1829 in Katzbach and the children are: Maria * 1830 Katzbach oo Christian Fächner and Karoline * 18 Mär 1832 Kulm oo Gottlieb Banko. He moreover lists! Gottlieb Mauer/Maurer * about 1807 + 7 Nov 1828 Kulm. Is there a connection? Also LDS 1768314 needs to be checked: In Alt Elft there should be the marriage of "Maurer, Dienegott oo 10 Aug 1824 Anna Fraeske", and in the birth records of LDS 1768092 should be: "Maurer, Anna Maria * 17 Oct 1829 Katzbach: Dienegott Maurer oo Maria born Frisky. godfathers: Johann Kison, Peter Riebhagen, Christian Sandau." and "Maurer, Anna Rosine * 10 Apr 1828 Katzbach: Dienegott Maurer oo Maria born Frisky. Godparents: Peter Riebhagen, Karl Witke, Christina Sandau."

Dienegott Mauer (122)
* about 1803 [122.1]
~
k
oo
+ 13 July 1831 Katzbach [122.2]
[]

Probably the Maurer family immigrated via Hungary. In the immigration list Katzbach you will find a hint to the essay Ancestors from Hungary published in the Bessarabian Newsletter: "(1) Joseph Mau(r)er, * 1771 + 24.10.1853 arrived in Hungary from Tulean, Poland; Location in Bessarabia: Katzbach; (2) Mauer, Johann, stader book info: (34700) (possible catholic immigrant) MAUER, Johann, passed Vienna 29.7.1784, farmer and miller, 21 years, Catholic, with wife and 2 brothers, Nikolaus and Georg Mauer, from Siersthal / Lothringen = West of Bitsch, to the Banat:" This Joseph is probably the father of Dienegott.

Mössner

Anna Katharina Mössner (55)
* 24 October 1836 Beresina [55.1] [55.2] [55.3] [55.4] [55.5] [55.6] [55.7]
~ 31 October 1836 Beresina [55.9] [55.10] [55.11]
k 6 April (30 March?) 1852 Klöstitz [55.12] [55.13] [55.14] [55.15] [55.16] [55.17]
oo Johannes Schwarz (54) 22 January 1853 Klöstitz. Engagement 2 January 1853. banns: 4 January, 11 January, 18 January. [55.18] [55.19] [55.20] [55.21] [55.22] [55.23] [55.24]
+ 4 April 1892 Beresina [55.8]
[]

Johannes Mössner (110)
* 13 October 1806 Effingshausen, Poland [110.1] [110.2] [110.3] [110.4]
~ 1806 [110.10]
k April 1820 Beresina [110.11] [110.12] [110.13] [110.14]
oo Carolina Schneider (111) 21 November 1825 (1826?) Beresina [110.6] [110.7] [110.8] [110.9]
+ 19 March 1868 [110.5]
[]

Eltern: Siehe Die Vorfahren des Johannes Mössner.

Moldenhauer

Olga Moldenhauer (7)

Olga Moldenhauer

* 5. January 1913 Kulm [7.1] [7.2]
~ 13 January 1913 Kulm [7.3]
k 24 June 1928 Kulm [7.4]
oo Emil Böttcher 1 (6) 12 December 1935 Tarutino [7.5] [7.6]
+ 11 April 1991
[] Hasloh

Jakob Moldenhauer (14)

Jakob Moldenhauer

* 27. February 1887 Kulm [14.1] [14.2]
~ 1. March 1887 Kulm [14.6]
k
oo Sophie Banko (15) 5. April 1912 Tarutino [14.4] [14.5]
+ 10. October 1970 Pinneberg [14.3]
[]
! Tischler

Christoph Moldenhauer (28)
* 10 June 1844 Krasna (Tarutino?), 4 o'clock in the evening [28.1] [28.2] [28.3] [28.4]
~ 15 June 1884 Alt Posttal [28.9] [28.10]
k
oo Anna Magdalena Beglau (29) 4 February 1871 Klöstitz. Engagement: 11 January 1871. banns: 17 January, 24 January, 31 January. [28.6] [28.7] [28.8]
+ before 11 December 1924 [28.5]
[]
! Moved in 1878 from Beresina to Kulm.

His father is a mentioned as colonist from Krasna in the marriage record. This correspondents with the family tradition which says that Christoph Moldenhauer was from Krasna and catholic. Later he convertet to protestantism. First he moved to Beresina where four children were born: Anna, Christoph, Georg and Friedrich.

Georg Moldenhauer (56)
* 1808 [56.1] [56.2]
~
k
oo Karoline Albrecht (57) [56.4] 27. August 1832 Paris [56.5]
+ before 4 February 1871 [56.3]
[]

At the son's marriage mentioned as colonist from Krasna.

Georg oo Karoline Albrecht demonstrable baptize in 1834, 1837 and 1844. Georg oo Karolina Balck 1835 and 1838. So these must be two different persons or Carolina Albrecht / Balck was married twice. Ted Becker is writing to my in 1999 that in the Krasna Census from 1855 there is Christoph Moldenhauer * 1844 listed, and the parents Georg oo Karolina Balck married 1832 in Alt Elft. Is the marriage to Carolina ALbrecht maybe his second marriage? / A Carolina Albrecht was married to Christoph Busch, a child is born 1831 in Krasna. Her first marriage? For me it looks like as if people have been mixed up and that Karolina Albrecht is the right wife! In addition it is also confusing that according to LDS 1766619 a Karolina Albrecht * 1817 Poland was married to Jacob Fercho, and they baptized children between 1832 and 1848. Apparently there are two Karolina Albrechts with different age!

Nill

Katharina Nill (13)
* 14 November 1874 Beresina [13.1] [13.2]
~ 17 November 1874 Beresina [13.5] [13.6]
k
oo Martin Böttcher 1 (12) 2. December 1893 Tarutino [13.7]
+ 13 July 1919 Kulm, 11 1/2 o'clock in the night, Schwindsucht ("consumption") [13.3]
[] 15 July 1919 Kulm, 9 o'clock in the morning [13.4]

Emigrated about 1906 to the US near the Canadian border and returned to Bessarabia in 1908.

Gottlieb Nill (26)
* 21. May (September?) 1853 Beresina, mittags 11 Uhr [26.1] [26.2] [26.3] [26.4] [26.5] [26.6] [26.7]
~ 24. May 1853 Beresina [26.12] [26.13] [26.14]
k 24. April 1868 Borodino [26.15]
oo Magdalena Schwarz (27) 4. January 1873 Klöstitz, engagement 14 December 1872, banns 17 December 1872, 24 December 1872, 31 December 1872. [26.8] [26.9] [26.10] [26.11]
+
[]

Georg Nill (52)
* 15 March 1805 Ofterdingen [52.1] [52.2] [52.3]
~
k April 1817 Beresina [52.11] [52.12] [52.13]
oo Helene Adam (53) 7. June 1827 (1825?) Beresina [52.8] [52.9] [52.10]
+ 1 July 1858 Beresina, 8 o'clock in the morning, Schwindsucht ("consumption") [52.4] [52.5] [52.6]
[] 3 July 1858 Beresina, 6 o'clock in the evening [52.7]
! Farmer

In Ofterdingen, Württemberg his birth is not listed in the church record. Maybe he was born in Ofterdingen, Poland? This needs to be checked. The data base of the Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg about the emmigration from Southwest-Germany we can read that Johann Jakob Nill from Ofterdingen emmigrated in 1804 with wife and children to "Russia, Podolia" respectively "(prussian) Poland".

Parents: See The ancestors of Georg Nill.

Rauhut

Karoline Rauhut (125)
* 2 May 1820 (1826?) Leipzig (Kulm?) [125.1] [125.2] [125.3]
~
k 23 April 1835 [125.5] [125.6] [125.7]
oo Johann Böttcher 1 (124) 22 November 1836 Tarutino (4 May (November?) 1838). Engagement 6 November 1836, banns 8 November, 15 November, 22 November 1836. [125.8] [125.9] [125.10] [125.11]
+ 5 November 1876 [125.4]
[]

In the family tree of Sophie Banko she is listed as Wilhelmine Karoline, * 27 September 1818 in Kulm.

Georg Rauhut (250)
*
~
k
oo
+ after 22 November 1836 [250.1]
[]

Arthur Flegel is writing: Parents of Karoline Rauhut * 1826 are Georg Rauhut * 1779 in Popov, Posen ooI Elisabeth * 1777 in Prussia. ooII Elisabeth Schelske oo 1835. Georg + 20 Jan 1842 [] 23 Jan Leipzig. Elisabeth (ooI) + 15 March 1833, 56 years old. Siegmar Rauhut was informing in a email: "Since my family is from Posen, county of Krotoschin, I think there is a connection. ... In our family there is since 1860 a Karoline Rauhut, her father is August Rauhut * 1829 in Pogorzella; she is the eldest daughter. At this time the first names of mother and grandmother had been used for the first born children. ...I list the villages, in which the Rauhut family settled ... Pogorzelle, Dziewionte, Baschkow, Orpischewo, Hellefeld, Bestwin." In the immigration list Leipzig the point of origin is moreover Sakuschew / Sakshev. Reuben Drefs lists in 1793/94 in South Prussia many villages for the family Rauhaut, Rauhudt, Rauhut, Rauhuth, Rauhutt.

Roloff

Henriette (Heinerika) Roloff (127)
* (6 January 1819 Poland) Kulm [127.1]
~
k
oo Christian Lobe (126) 6 January 1838 Arzis. Engagement 17 December 1837, banns 19 December, 26 December 1837, 2 January 1838. [127.2] [127.3]
+
[]

Christian Roloff (254)
*
~
k
oo
+
[]

LDS 2202459 (Ozorków) lists the Rolow family in Strzeblew?. LDS 161713 (Kulm) lists on farmstead #21 Georg Roloff * 24. February 1797 in Parlin, Poland oo Carolina Schimke. LDS 1196211 lists Johann Roloff in Neudorff Prczedecki, Michael Roloff in (Cl)odawer Holland, in Saade or Laade Elisabeth Roloff. In 1799 Maria Roloff is confirmed in Gostinin. Thomas A. Stangl lists in the Ilow Lutheran Confirmations between 1806 and 1814 the family Rolof / Roloff in Gabin, westnorthwest of Ilow; in Stryków northeast of Łódź; in Borki northeast of Gabin and northwest of Ilow; in Gostynin west of Ilow; in Gabin westnorthwest of Ilow; in Wiersbi; in Nagold / Nagodowo, northwest of Gostynin; in Swędów, west of Stryków; Also here it gets visible that there have been Roloffs in the area of Łódź (see the explanations on the page about the Origin of the Boettcher family), and that the family most likely came to Bessarabia from the area around Łódź. In the immigration list Kulm we find as point of origin: Parlin, Togarkle for Anna Elisabeth Roloff and Wubudna for Johann Ferdinand Roloff * about 1765. The note for Johann Ferdinand is most important: Reuben Drefs is listing in the 1772 Netze land records a Johann Roloff in Obudno, government office Labischin. This Ubudno ist definitely identical to Wubudna mentioned in Bessarabian records. It is located about 20 kilometers south of Labischin (Łabiszyn) and today is written Obudno. Interestingly 4 kilometer south of Obudno there is a village called Parlin! We also must have a look at the immigration list of sexton Traichel. He is listing as immigrants in 1815 as stepchildren of the Binder family: Roloff, Georg (18 years), Karl (12 years), Ferdinand (9 years). For the Binder family he lists: Gottlieb (42 years) from Stawiszyn / Poland, oo Luise (42 years), children: Gottfried (21 years), Elisabeth (15 years). Unfortunatelly there are several Stawiszyn in Poland. This is a hint that the Roloff family moved from Obudno and Parlin, then the parents died, the children came to the Binder family and finally moved to Bessarabia. But nevertheless it needs to be checked if the data given by sexton Traichel are correct respectively why the children came to the Binder family. Maybe the mother was a widowed Roloff? John Roloff has written in an email: W. Christian Ferdinand Roloff * 12 May 1789 in Wubudna, Poland, + 23 Dec 1873 Kulm, oo 24 Nov 1813 Wilhelmine Selcho * 2 Aug 1792 in Czarnkaw, Poland, + 12 Apr 1867 Kulm. He lists Henriette Roloff as daughter of W. Christian Ferdinand Roloff oo Wilhelmine Selcho. According to Karl Stumpp in Kulm arrive (coming from Parlin): Karl * 1803, Georg * 1797, Ferdinand * 1806, Christian * 1789.

Roth

Rosina Roth (59)
* 25 December 1822 Leipzig [59.1] [59.2] [59.3]
~
k 1836 (1834?) [59.8] [59.9]
oo Friedrich Beglau (58) 1836 (1838?) [59.10] [59.11] [59.12]
+ 4 November 1861 Beresina, 2 o'clock in the afternoon, rheumatism [59.4] [59.5] [59.6]
[] 6 November 1861 Beresina, in the afternoon [59.7]

Andreas Roth (118)
*
~
k
oo
+
[]

Ruge

Beata Ruge (49)
* 20 July 1796 Poland [49.1] [49.2] [49.3] [49.4]
~
k 18 April 1811 [49.7] [49.8] [49.9]
oo Martin Böttcher 1 (48) 20 February 1814 [49.10] [49.11]
+ 29 December 1872 [49.5] [49.6]
[]

... Ruge (98)
*
~
k
oo Anna (99) (* about 1753 [99.1] )
+
[]

Schneider

Carolina Schneider (111)
* 1808 Grabin [111.1] [111.2] [111.3] [111.4]
~ 1808 [111.6]
k April 1822 Beresina [111.7] [111.8] [111.9] [111.10]
oo Johannes Mössner (110) 21 November 1825 (1826?) Beresina [111.11] [111.12] [111.13] [111.14]
+ 13 March 1867 [111.5]
[]

In the immigration list Beresina there is Christoph Schneider * about 1779 from Grabin, Poland oo in Grabof Dorothea March (Mann?) * 1783 (the father of Carolina?) and Christian, * 1798 Kaltenwesten with the remark pointing to Ofterdingen, Poland. Arthur Flegel lists Dorothea Schneider * about 1766 in Labser Holland oo Michael Borth. Kaltenwesten existed until 1807 and nowadays is named Neckarwestheim.

Schwarz

Magdalena Schwarz (27)
* (19.?) 20 January 1854 Beresina [27.1] [27.2] [27.3] [27.4] [27.5] [27.6] [27.7] [27.8]
~ 21 January 1854 Tarutino [27.9] [27.10] [27.11]
k 13 April 1869 Klöstitz [27.12] [27.13] [27.14]
oo Gottlieb Nill (26) 4 January 1873 Klöstitz, engagement 14 December 1872, banns 17 December 1872, 24 December 1872, 31 December 1872. [27.15] [27.16] [27.17] [27.18]
+ 1942/1943 Kreis Lissa.
[]
! Midwife

Johannes Schwarz (54)
* 19 July 1830 Beresina [54.1] [54.2] [54.3] [54.4] [54.5] [54.6] [54.7]
~ 21 July 1830 Beresina [54.16] [54.17] [54.18]
k 25 February 1845 Beresina [54.19] [54.20] [54.21] [54.22] [54.23]
oo Anna Katharina Mössner (55) 22 January 1853 Klöstitz. Engagement 2 January 1853. banns: 4 January 1853, 11 January 1853, 18 January 1853. [54.9] [54.10] [54.11] [54.12] [54.13] [54.14] [54.15]
+ 31 January 1908 Beresina [54.8]
[]
! Farmer and blacksmith

Wilhelm Schwarz (108)
* 1803 Mecklenburg/Strelitz respectively near Warsaw [108.1] [108.2] [108.3] [108.4] [108.5]
~ 1803 [108.8]
k 1817 Beresina [108.9] [108.10] [108.11] [108.12]
oo Justine Kurz (109) 182(9) Beresina [108.7]
+ 6 March 1873 [108.6]
[]
! Came 1835 to Beresina? ooII Helina Heiß (* 1817 Brienne) on 27 December 1835 Tarutino; Engagement am 22 November 1835, banns am 24 November 1835, 1 December, 8 December 1835. [108.13] [108.14]

Carl Schwarz (216)
*
~
k
oo
+ Beresina [216.1]
[]

In Poland there must be a village called Mecklenberg (Mecklenburg). This is prooved for example by LDS 1766565 0019: Andreas Selentin from Tarutino, 48 years, born. in Poland ... in the village Meklenburg! This could explain why we find both data for Wilhelm, "near Warsaw" and "Mecklenburg". According to a message from Jerry Frank there is a village Mecklenberg, also named Kowalewko [Kowalówka?], which is located about 12 kilometers east of Ostrów Mazowiecka liegt, and were Germans settled. In this area people from Mecklenburg arrived. In the immigration list Beresina Rosina Schwarz is listed to be from Miliz.

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