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KORNELSEN GENEALOGY

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List of Families Intending to Settle in the Kuban - 1864


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(1) Maria Voth (mother of Maria Mietz Kornelsen[Mariechen], May 5, 1900, Tiegenhagen, Molotschna, South Russia - April 2, 1991, Leamington, Ontario, Canada),
born November 28, 1877, Alexandrodar, Kuban, Northern Caucasus RUSSIA

(2) Heinrich Kornelsen (June 15, 1807 - March 30, 1857) Line in the Kuban

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1864 List of Families Intending to Settle in the Kuban Colony

State Archives of the Odessa Region, Odessa, Ukraine

Records of the Guardianship Committee for Foreign Settlers in Southern Russia
Fund 6, Inventory 5, File 278

Translated from German in March 2004 by Tim Janzen, Portland, Oregon

EXTRACT

Whether or not Found in the 1869

Kuban Colony Census

Grandma Number

No.

Names of Family Members

Ages

Village of Current Residence

Where Listed in the Last Revision List (1858 Molotschna Colony Census) 

 

Fixed Assets of the Same (Immovable Property Such as Buildings)

Total Fixed Assets in Rubles

Capital from Land in Rubles

Total of Moveable Household Assets in Rubles

Grand Total in Rubles

VOTH

Yes

53568

35

Peter Goerz

w - Helena

s - Peter

Franz

d - Anna

Catarina

stepson: 

Joh. Voth

stepdaughter:

Helena Voth

43

 

19

9

 

 

 

25

 

52

 

 

18

14

 

 

 

24

Sparau

Listed at Sparau No. 40

A non-landowner’s house

300

 

138.25

438.25

 

...

No

450856

41

Adreas [Andreas] Voth

w - Catarina

s - Johann

d - Anna

40

 

7

 

35

 

4

Pastwa

Listed at Waldheim No. 37

 

 

 

185

185

[Source: http://www.mennonitegenealogy.com/russia/Kuban_1864.htm ] - 73 families

Notes for 1864

[Source: http://www.mennonitegenealogy.com/russia/Kuban_1866.htm ] - 36 of 67 families

[Source: http://www.mennonitegenealogy.com/russia/Kuban_1869.htm ] - 67 families


KORNELSEN

[Note: It would appear that permission to move to the new colony of Kuban occurred on January 24, 1864

http://books.google.ca/books?id=ScSz3F47L6cC&pg=PA47&lpg=PA47&dq=%22simon+harms%22+kuban&source=bl&ots=_kWDj_PToY&sig=NeZShU8B8-28xmkBfikxIoOB0d8&hl=en&ei=6kNIToWiJ46_gQfUrZyrBg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CBcQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=KUBAN&f=false - The story of the early Mennonite Brethren, 1860-1869: reflections of a Lutheran churchman  ... By John B. Toews ]

Yes

54220

10

Cornelius Cornelsen

w - Katarina
stepsons:

Johann Dick

Abrham Lowen

stepdaughters:

Anna Dick

Sara

Elisabeth Löwen

59

 

 

 

17

13

 

 

46

 

 

 

 

23

21

9

Wernersdorf

Listed at Wernersdorf No. 21

A non-landowner’s house

300

 

359

[Source: http://www.mennonitegenealogy.com/russia/Kuban_1864.htm ] - 73 families


HARMS

[Note: Simon Harms of Liebenau, Molotschna, married H Hübert's daughter - moved to Kuban - The Social Background to the Emergence of the Mennonite Brethren in Nineteenth Century Russia James Urry, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand]

Yes

283353

4

Simon Harms

w - Agatha
s - Heinrich

d - Anna

Maria

34

 

7

 

31

 

4

1

Liebenau

Listed at Schardau No. 37

A brick non-landowner’s house together with a shed and a barn

1200

 

432.30

1632

[Source: http://www.mennonitegenealogy.com/russia/Kuban_1864.htm ] - 73 families


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