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KORNELSEN GENEALOGY

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KORNELSEN

MY GRANDMOTHER:

Maria Mietz Kornelsen [Mariechen]
(May 5, 1900 - April 2, 1991; Tiegenhagen, Molotschna, South Russia - Leamington, Ontario, Canada)

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ANCESTRAL GENEALOGICAL NOTES - KORNELSEN

Some Important Primary Sources

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Some Notes

  • The Kornelsen name is not given in the Name Index to Die niederländisch-niederdeutschen Hintergründe der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16., 18. und 19. Jahrhundert by Tim Janzen on http://www.mennonitehistory.org/projects/books/unruh/m.html .The index is based on  B.H.Unruh's book "Die Niederlaendisch-Niederdeutschen Hintergruende der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16. 18. und 19 Jahrhundert . Translated as "The Dutch-Lower [North] German Background of the Mennonite Eastward Migrations of the 16th, 18th and 19th Centuries" it provides information on Mennonite migrations from Prussia to South Russia.

  • Was Heinrich Kornelsen (June 15, 1807-May 30, 1857 who married Sarah Walde (August 1, 1826-September 13, 1897) and had a son Jacob H. Kornelsen (August 1, 1849-May 6, 1926) born in Pordenau, Molotschna, South RUSSIA, born in Danzig, Westpreußen?

Molotschna (Prischib) Group

Village        Founded     Religion                 From
Pordenau      1820             M           Danzig, Westpreußen

http://www.grhs.org/chapters/gppr/colonies.html

In 1776, 20 families of the name Cornelsen (Kornelsen, Knels, Cornies, Cornelius, Cornelis, Corneliessen, Cornels, Knelsen, Korniesz)  lived in West Prussia (without Danzig)...

http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/C674ME.html

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  • Helena Martins (June 15, 1851 - June 8, 1945), grandmother of Maria Mietz Kornelsen (May 5, 1900 - April 2, 1991), died in Leamington [Left Tiegenhagen on November 5, 1925 and arrived in St. John, NB, on December 6, 1925, and proceeded west by way of Winnipeg]

    • Parents of Helena Martens (June 15, 1851-June 8, 1945) (who married Jacob H. Kornelsen, August 1, 1849-May 6, 1926) were Jacob Martens (May 9, 1806-January 27, 1870) and Maria Willms (May 5, 1811-November 28, 1889)

    • Helene [Helena] Kornelsen (June 15, 1851 - June 8, 1945): mother of Sara (February 5, 1882 - c. October 12, 1979) Schellenberg  and Helene [Helena] (October 1, 1888 - 1980) Penner [Gerhard Jacob Penner], died June 8 [1945] at 93 years; buried in Ruthven [ http://ekmha.ca/in_memoriam.htm - In Memoriam Mennonite deaths in Essex and Kent Counties 1925-1950. Basic information below from Mennonite Brethren and United Mennonite Churches] - [Helene [Helena] died in Leamington, 1980]

Name Cemetery County Township Reference
KORNELSEN, Helene Ruthven United Essex Gosfield South EX-SX-033R

http://ocfa.islandnet.com/search.php  - Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid

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  • Maria Voth (November 28, 1877 - April 12, 1904), mother of Maria Mietz Kornelsen (May 5, 1900 - April 2, 1991), was the first wife of  Heinrich Kornelsen (April 17, 1876 - 1947), her father, miller by trade, and also jack of all trades with machinery
     

    • Annie Krause


ADDITIONAL KORNELSEN GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES

KORNELSEN: IN SOUTH RUSSIA

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KORNELSEN: SOUTH RUSSIA TO CANADA

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KORNELSEN: IN CANADA

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KORNELSEN: IN GERMANY

KORNELSEN: GENEALOGY

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KORNELSEN: PHOTO ALBUMS

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KORNELSEN: FURTHER RESEARCH