German origins Project

Legend:   

BV=a German village near the Black Sea .  
FN= German family name.   
FSL= First Settlers’ List.   
GL= a locality in the Germanies.   
GS= one of the German states.  
ML= Marriage List.  
RN= the name of a researcher who has verified one or more German origins.  
UC= unconfirmed.   
VV= a German Volga village.

Names in bold are an entry or a cross-reference to an entry. 
Red text calls attention to information for which verification is completed or well underway.


Li-Lzz                  last updated January 2014

Libau, Kurland [Duchy]: (now Liepaja, Latvia) was 176 miles NE of Gdansk, and said by the Galka FSL to be homeUC to a Frank{Andreas} family. Said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Westmann family.  In 1795 Kurland was annexed to Russia … much later on Libau, as a deep-water port, became a major exit point for Germans leaving Russia.

LibhardtFN: see Liphart.

LibieFN: said by the Koehler FSL to be fromUC Ewo?, Frankreich. .  I could not find this family name in the 1798 censuses.

LichFN:  In 1798 the maiden name of frau Kessler was given as Lich (Mai1798:Ls52). She was said by the Louis FSL to be fromUC Saargemuend, Lothringen.

LichGL, Solms: is some 7 miles SE of Giessen, Hessen, and said by the Kraft FSL to be homeUC to a Schneider family.  Said by the Krasnoyar FSL to be homeUC to Bender and Roemer/Roehmer families.

LichFN:  also see Licht.

Lichbach?GL: an unidentified place said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be homeUC to a Schmidt{Peter} family.  Kuhlberg said tdhis was in Hessen.

Licht/Lieders{Friedrich}: Kulberg3 said he was single fromUC Rastenberg and  went to Livonia.

LichtFN: the Kutter FSL gives three Licht orphans living alternately in the Lohrey and Loos households, both of which are listed as coming fromUC Isenburg.  Doreen Connelly has a German document which proves that all three Lich siblings were born in Leisenwald, Isenburg[-Waechtersbach County], where their parents were married, and that the Lohreys and Loos were relatives.

Lichtenberg, [Hessen-]Darmstadt [Landgraviate]: is 16 km SE of Darmstadt city centre and was said by the Straub FSL to be homeUC to a Bosler family.  See LichtenbergGS just below:

LichtenbergGL: nka Thallichtenberg and until 1797 was a Kreis or district administrative center for the Pfalz-Zweibruechen Duchy. It is 32 km NW of Kaiserslautern city. 

Lichtenberg, [Pfalz-]Zweibrucken [Duchy]: Said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to Bier and Hess families.   Same place as the preceding entry.

LichtenbergGS: this was an independent County until 1736 when it was absorbed by Hessen-Darmstadt.  Its seat probably was the town of Lichtenberg, Hessen, some 10 miles SE of Darmstadt city.  See Darmstadt-Lichtenberg.

LichtenbergerFN: said by the Walter FSL to be fromUC Krofrogheim, Hessen-Darmstadt County.  Fraenkisch Crumbach parish records say this man, the son of a Jaegersburg district official married in 1766 a Weber woman (Mai&Marquardt#750).

LichtenbergerFN: J.Christoph, A.Margaretha (Weber) and the wife’s two sisters left Fraenkisch-Crumbach in 1766 for Russia; in the Walter 1798 census, this wife, now widowed and remarried was in household #96 along with two Lichtenberger sons (Gieg1).  Also see Weber, J. Leonhard.

LichtenhausenGL, Franken: an unidentified place said by the Goebel FSL to be homeUC to a Getterich and possibly a Seifert family.

Lichtenstein?FN: said by the Paulskaya FSL to be fromUC Ellbrunn?.  According to the 1798 Wittman census, frau Lichtenstein’s maiden name was Koenig (Mai1798:Wm27).

LichtentaelerFN: this family name was found recorded in Kirburg marriage records 1762-1767; see Flegel trip

Lichtenwald/LichtenwallerFN{J.Hinrich/Heinrich}: Using Friedrichstal Church records, which are written in a combination of French, Latin and German, Hugh Lichtenwald found Doenhof first settler Heinrich Conrad Lichtenwald’s baptism there dated 7 Sept. 1740.  He also found that his father {J.Heinrich} moved to this place in the Baden-Durlach Margarviate from Freudenhofen, Brandenburg Margraviate where he had married L’Oiseau{Marie Margurite}.  EEE p.503 said {J.Hinrich the father} was Lutheran from Baden-Durlach Margraviate who arrived at Flensburg, Schleswig Royal Duchy in July 1761, after which his wife died, and in June 1763 with his 9 children he deserted Denmark. By June 1767 {Hinrich Conrad the son} had settled in Doenhof FSL #92.

LichterFN: see Richter.

LichtnerFN: see Leichner.

LickFN: according to a Rosslau ML the Schoenberger man who went to Louis married a Lick woman in 1765 (Mai&Marquardt:843).  By 1798 his wife’s maiden name is given as Herr (Mai1798:Hr28).

LickFN: said by the Louis FSL to be fromUC Saargemuend, Lothringen.

LickieFN: go to Legue.

LickstadtGL, Brandenburg: see Lueckstedt.

Licques?, Frankreich: is 80 km WNW of Lille city, and said said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to the Barett family.

LiebauGL, Sachsen: an unidentified place said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Bartel family.  This probably is Liebau, Saxony some 17 miles SW of Zwickau city.

Liebau, Schlesien: probably nka Lubawka, Poland 53 miles SW of Breslau, and said by the Cheisol FSL to be homeUC to Kaspar and Berns/Bern/Behrens families.

Liebenzell, Calv [Amt], Wuerttemberg: nka Bad Liebenzell, was proven by the GCRA as home to the Stahl woman who was frau Kemmet of Glueckstal.  Same place as the following entry, except 40 years later.

Liebenzell?, Wuerttemberg [Duchy]: nka Bad Liebenzell, is 8 miles S of Pforzheim.  Said by the Reinwald FSL to be homeUC to the Guenter{Georg} and  Legler families.

Lieber FN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Rumstadt.  Spelled Liebert in 1798 (Mai1798:Mv189).

LieberFN: said by the Straub FSL to be fromUC Kircheim, Nassau-Weilburg [Principality].  I did not find him or any descendants in Mai1798.

Lieber FN: said by the Susannental FSL to be fromUC Troa?.  For 1798 see Mai1798:Ss19.

LieberFN: possible early settlers of Zuerich said to be fromUC Gerbach, [Falkenstein Duchy] (Lk32).  For 1783 see Mai1798:Mv3083.

LiebertFN: see Lieber.

LiebichFN: see Liebig.

LiebigFN: listed in the 1816 Kassel census (#41) and in KS:357 without origin. Also spelled Liebich.  The GCRA believes that they may originateUC in Silesia.  See their book for more.

LieblingGL, Banat: is now in Romania 68 miles NE of Belgrade, and said by KS:477 to be homeUC to WeberFN{Christian} said to have marriedUC a Bauer woman in Glueckstal.

Liebloch, Menoholtz: Bonner found this given in their Huettengesas marriage record as the home of frau Rohrich (nee Schmick) of Balzer.  I think this was Lieblos, Isenburg-Meerholz County.

LieblosGL, [Isenburg-Meerholz County]: is 2 miles WNW of Gelnhausen city.  Bonner guessed that the Goetz woman who married the Schleuchert/Schlegel man in Luebeck and settled in Balzer (FSL #101) may have been born hereUC.  Said by the Buedingen ML to be homeUC to a Reuther family whose adopted daugther married in 1766 a Wagner man; by 1767 the couple was in Kutter; Stumpp says Lieblos is near Gelnhausen (Mai&Marquardt#534).

LieblosGL, Isenburg[-Meerholz County]: said by the Kraft FSL to be homeUC to a Betz family.  The same place as the previous entry.

LiebrechtFN: said by the 1798 census to be the maiden name of frau Praeger originally of Urbach #33 (Mai1798:Sk1).  This woman married a Berger [later Preger/Praeger] {Erdmann} on 8 April  1766 in Rosslau (Mai&Marquardt#913); by 1768 this couple was in Urbach #33.

LiebstedtGL, Preussen: said by the Koehler FSL to be homeUC to a Mueller family.  This may have been Liebstadt, now Milakowo in Poland some 29 miles SE of Elbang.

LiederFN: said by both the Pleve and the Kromm versions of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to be fromUC Fulda (no locality mentioned).

LiederFN: said by the Straub FSL to be fromUC Friedrichstadt?, [Kur-]Sachsen.  For 1798 see Mai1798: Lb33 and Sr53.

LiederFN: see also Lieders.

LiedersFN: this stepson was said by the Boaro FSL to be living in an Arnst family that was fromUC Gonna, Mecklenburg.  Spelled Lieder in 1783, 1795, and 1798 (Mai1798: Mv302, Mv334,Bx1, Bx12, Pl31,Rm06).

Lieders?FN: said by the Dreispitz FSL to be fromUC Erfurt, Thueringen.

Lieders: also see Licht.

Liedicke{M.Elisabeth}: married an Agner man in 1766 in Rosslau (Mai&Marquardt#885 and KS:118).  Also spelled Leidicke (KS:143).

LiedleFN:  listed by the 1816 Glueckstal census (KS:357) to be from Brackenheim, Brackenheim [Amt], Wuerttemberg. This origin was proved by the GCRA using FHL 1,184,720-4; see their book for detail.   Also spelled Luithie (KS:361).

Lieg?GL, Hessen-Darmstadt County: an unidentified place, said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Walter family.

LiegaGL: said by the Goebel FSL to be homeUC to a Berin family; no separate origin is given for frau Berin whose maiden name according to the 1798 census was Frei (Mai1798:Gb23). Said by the Orlovskaya FSL to be homeUC to a Strauss family.  There was a Liega in Kursachsen some 18 miles N of Dresden city.

LiegeFN:  said by the Reinhard FSL to be fromUC Rathenow, [Kur-]Brandenburg.  I could not find them in Mai1798.

Liege [Bishopric]GS: aka Luettich; now in Belgium, this was an independent state, a Prince-Bishopric.  Said (no locality mentioned) by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to Berlatz, Dellhopp, Grigorius, Jacqnet, and probably Varnotte, and possibly Vertott families.  Said by Richard McGregor to have been home to the Major family that ended up in Grimm before they fled the French army invasion about 1672. 

Liege, Lebrand?: said by the Franzosen FSL to be homeUC to a Roufosse family.  Liege itself was a country, a Bishopric; the “Lebrand” may refer to the martyred bishop Lambert who was like a patron saint of Liege.

Liege, Likaland?: said by the Franzosen FSL to be homeUC to a Frank family. Liege itself was a country, a Bishopric; the “Likaland” may have been a reference to the martyred bishop Lambert who was like a patron saint of Liege.

Liegnetz:  an unidentified place said by Kulberg86 to be homeUC to Mummert{Engelbert+w}.

Liehr{Elisabeth}: see Lir.

Liepe?GL, Preussen: said by the Enders FSL to be homeUC to frau Ming.  This might be one of two places of this name in present-day Mecklenburg-Vorpommern both near the current Polish border.

LiesFN: said by the Phillipsfeld FSL to be fromUC Hirschfeld.  The maiden name of frau Lies was given in 1798 as Heidt (Mai1798:Pp6).  That might have been Heldt??

LiesborgGL, Hesse-Darmstardt County: said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Benzel family. This place has been identified by the Walter Research Group as Lissberg, Hessen.

LieserGL, Trier: is some 20 miles NW of Trier and said by the Rothammel FSL to be homeUC to a Maurer family.

Lieter?FN, see Lither.

Lievert?{J.Christoph}FN: may have been the offspring of an early Zurich settler family.  In 1798 he was said to be from Zurich (Mai1798:Ka105) –but the family name does not appear in the Katharinenstadt FSL and he himself is too young to be in a FSL.

Liewart(?)GL, Sachsen: an unidentified place said by the Dobrinka FSL to be homeUC to a Relke family.

LiezoFN: see Luft.

LiflandGL: is German for Latvia; sometimes spelled Livland.

LigeneFN: said by the Franzosen FSL to be fromUC Belleme, Frankreich.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Likaland?: see Liege.

LilienthalFN: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be fromUC Hanstein.

LillFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Bamberg.  This may have been Lehl.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Lill?FN: said by the Ernestinendorf FSL to be fromUC Elberrod?. I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Lille FN: go to de LilleFN.

LilleGL, Flanders: is now in the French state of Nord-pas-de-calais, some 56 miles WSW of Brussels, and said by Buedingen church records to be homeUC to a Legai family; by 1767 this family was in Norka (Mai&Marquardt#1210a).  Said by KS151 to be homeUC to a Rosehn(-elm).  Go to de Lille.

LimbachFN: said by the Leitsinger FSL to be fromUC Schesslitz, Bamberg [Bishopric] with a Schwerlup step-son in the household.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LimburgGL/GS: an unidentified place said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Mueller family. Said by the Ober-Monjou FSL to be homeUC to a Weimar/Weimer family.  There are 6 Limburgs in Germany and the Low Countries.

Limburg-am-der-LahnGL, Hessen is some 32 miles NW of Frankfurt-am-Main, and some 23 miles NNW of Wiesbaden, Hesse.

LimmerFN: see Lammer.

LimpertFN: said by the Walter FSL to be fromUC Kerschvelt[Gersfeld]GL, Freie Adelprovinz der alten Ritter.  Also spelled Lembert.

Limpurg CountyGS: seated 26 miles ESE of Heilbronn city at Gaildorf with territories radiating out from their and then scattered pockets of territory on and near the Main River near Ochsenfurt.  See Eschach.

LinckFN: see Linz.

LindFN{Johannes}: according to the Doenhof FSL he was a step-son in a Strauch household from Darmstadt.

LindFN{Adam}: said by the Kraft FSL to be fromUC Lierbart?.  Also spelled Lindt.

Lind, Oesterreich: an unidentified place said by the Galka FSL to be homeUC to a Bauer family.  There are at least 8 Linds in Austria.

LindachGL, Gmund Oberamt, Wuerttemberg: is some 2 miles NNE of Swabisch Gmuend, and was home to a Wahl family that settled in Hoffnungstal, Bessarabia.

LindacherFN: said by the Schulz FSL to be fromUC Tornitz?, [Kur-]Sachsen.  They surely had died prior to the 1798 Volga censuses.

LindauGL: said (no other locality given) by the the Rohleder FSL to be homeUC to Herr Frank.  This most likely was the Imperial City, see below.

LindauGL, Anhalt-Zerbst: is some 4 miles N of Zerbst city, said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to a Gine family.

Lindau Imperial CityGS: its territory surrounded the city which is near the SE end of Lake Constance and extended N and even further NE.

LindeFN: said by the Holstein FSL to be fromUC Gi?pro (?).  This FSL entry lists the given names but not the family names of his Geinitz step-children, and does not mention that they are step-children.  Their family names are revealed in the 1798 Holstein census, households 5 and 46.

LindemanFN: said by the Paulskaya FSL to be an orphan boy living in the Schneider household.

LindenFN{Heinrich}: fromUC Spoeck, Staffert Unteramt, Karlsruhe Oberamt, Baden-Durlach Margraviate, arrived at Schleswig city, Schleswig Royal Duchy in May 1761.  In 1764 with wife {Sibilla} and 2 daughters he fled Denmark.  Before 1775 they had settled in Grimm (1775 census #24) (EEE p.504).

LindenGL: an unidentified place said by the Schwab FSL to be homeUC to the Reinhardt family.  There were at least 44 Lindens in the Germanies!

LindenGL, Isenburg [?]: Bonner proved this was Linheim, [Friedberg Imperial City?]

Lindenau, [Kur-]Sachsen: is 16.5 km SSE of Zwickau city and said by the Jost FSL (#57) to be home to Meier{J.Christoph} who married Goldhorn{M.Elisabeth} and settled in Jost (FSL #57).

Lindenberg?[sic], Stolberg: an unidentified place said by the Schulz FSL to be homeUC to Fleischer, Gross{Jacob}, {Johannes},  and Lerg{J.Henirich} and {Johannes} families.  There were 20-some Lindenbergs in the German-speaking lands, and none seemed to be in any Stolberg country.  Given the Buedingen information on Lerch{J.Henirich} it is most likely that these people were from no Lindenberg, but instead were fromUC Hirtzenhayn, [Stolberg-Gedern County].

LindenfelsGL, Kurpfalz: now Lindenfels, Hesse, some 14 miles SE of Darmstadt city and  15 km WNW of  Erbach city.

Lindenfels OberamtGL, Kurpfalz: was the district which included the town of Lindenfels and the surrounding villages, and said by the Anton FSL to be homeUC to Johann, Kraemer, Oxt, Reth, and Rotharmel/Rothermel families.

LinderFN: see Lindner.

LindheimGL, [Staden Ganerbschaft]: was 6 miles WSW of Buedingen and 10 miles ESE of Friedberg city, on the border with Isenburg-Buedingen County, and was said by of the Balzer FSL to home to a Leichner family.  Bonner proved this was where the Leichner couple that went to Balzer married, as well as where the wife (nee Bauer) and some of their children were baptized, whereas their marriage record said the Leichner man came fromUC Hainchen.  Bonner; he also found that the  May couple who settled in Balzer married in Lindheim, [Staden Ganerbschaft] in 1766, the bride being a Krimp? woman.  Bonner also proved that the two Weisheim brothers, {Christian} and {Peter}, who settled in Galka (FSL #53 and 54) were baptized here.  Said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be homeUC to a Schmidt{J.Peter} family. 

LindheimGL, Hessenburg(?): said by the Kolb FSL to be homeUC to a Adam family.  This most likely was the same as the previous entry.

LindmannFN:  see Landmann.

LindnerFN:  said by the Hoelzel FSL to be fromUC Seinsheim?, Bamberg [Bishopric]. Spelled Lintner in 1798 (Mai1798:Nk22, 19).

LindnerFN: said by the Pfeiffer FSL to be fromUC Fulda.  Later spelled Linder (Mai1798:Pf26).

LindtFN: see Lind.

Lindtner{Louisa}: her parents and origin have now yet been found.  She apparently married Alberg{David} sometime between his arrival in Russia 4 July 1766 and their settling in Orlovskaya.   By 7 June 1767 she with husband Alberg{David} and one son (of his previous wife), along with  a 1-year old Knoll stepson {Gottfried} had settled at Orlovskaya FSL #58 and #58a, {David} said to be from Dassau, so she apparently had been married to a Knoll … on the same ship that Alberg arrived in Russia were Knoll{Gottried & Henrietta} with no children, he like Alberg was said to be fromUC Dessau (Kulberg1573)… could {Henrietta} have been the pregnant {Louisa}?  In 1795 the widow {Louisa} nee Lindtner went to marry in Boaro (Mai1798:Mv2187),, where, in 1798, she is listed as separated from her new husband Herrfort{Christian} and  said to be back living in Orlovskaya  (Mai1798:Bx8)!

LinenbachFN: see Lingelbach.

LinenbergFN: said by the Mariental FSL to be fromUC Willebadessen.  The family name was later spelled Lueneberg (Mai1798:Mt18).

Linert FN{Elisabetha}: daughter of {Nikolaus} ofUC Hauddorf near Christian Erlang 14 April 1766 in Woehrd  married Greiffenstein {Matthias} son of {Johann} of UC Aich (Mai&Marquardt#771). In May he was a witness at the Woehrd wedding of Lampel to Voitling (#790 note 782).  They were listed in the Lauwe FSL (#40).  In 1798 the family name was given as Greifenstein (Mai1798:Lw40).

LingFN: the 1798 Urbach census lists her as the spouse of Kraus{Heinrich}who had come to Urbach from Reinhard.  She surely earlier was a widow, but I cannot find her in any FSL.

Lingantin?{MagdalenaE}: listed in Luzern in 1798 as the wife of Gak{Konrad} and daughter of Postin{Elisabeth} (Mai1798:Lz36); in no FSL so may have been among the Luzern first settlers.

Linge(?)GL/GS:an unidentified place said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a DeFage family.

Lingelbach{Johannes+w}: Kulberg156 said they were fromUC Gruenberg.  They were listed in T5288-89.  Said by the Orlovskaya FSL (#46) to be fromUC Gruenberg. The family name was spelled Linenbach in 1798 (Mai1798:Om33).  Bill Pickenhaupt says he found this man’s origin.

Lingelbach{Anna} single (155), from Gruenberg: (T5296, no MM, no 1798

Lingelbach, [Hessen-Kassel Landgraviate]: is 5 miles E of Alsfeld town, and was said by the Phillipsfeld FSL to homeUC to Schaefer and Schmidt families.  Kuhlberg said this was in Hessen.

LingenauGL: an unidentified place said by the Bettinger FSL to be homeUC to a Krege family.  There was at least one Lingenau each in Poland, Baden-Wuerttemberg, and Sachsen-Anahlt.

LingerFN: both the 1816 Kassel census (#83) and KS:358 said this family came fromUC Hessen-Kassel..  The GCRA believes the family likely came fromUC somewhere not too far from Hunspach, Sulz [Amt], Elsass.  See their book for more.   Also spelled Lingert.

LingertFN: see Linger.

Lingfurt, Wuerzburg [Bishopric]: is 23 km WNW of Wurzburg city and was said by the Susannental FSL to be homeUC to a Brant family.

Lingler{Anton}FN: listed in the 1798 Straub census (Sr22) but I did not find him in any FSL.  His wife’s maiden name was give as Steintz in 1798 (Sr41).

Lingren?)FN: see Lungrin.

Linis?GL, Preussen: an unidentified place said by the Fischer FSL to be homeUC to a Knoll family.

Link{Anna}: daughter of {Johann} catholic fromUC Amberg  on 3 June 1766 in Woehrd married Friedrich{Leonhard} catholic (Mai&Marquardt#823). KS129 said Oberwittichausen was near Lauda. Later in 1766 Friederich{Leonhard} apparently took transport alone in Oranienbaum for the Volga (T3583).  Not found in any later source.

LinkFN: this family name was found recorded in Tann marriage records 1762-1767; see Flegel trip.

Linkargauzen(?)GL, Kurpfalz: an unidentified locality said by the Rothammel FSL to be homeUC to a Frank family.

LinkeFN: said by the Jost FSL to be fromUC Goerlitz, Sachsen.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LinkeFN: listed by both the 1816 Neudorf census (#17) and KS:358 without origin. See the GCRA book for a bit more.

LinkeFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC [Kur-]Sachsen. I could not find this man in the 1798 censuses.

LinkenheimGL, Baden-Durlach County: is some 7 miles N of Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, and said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Kister family.

LinkerFN: said by the Stephan FSL to be fromUC Einhausen, [Kurpfalz?].

LinkerFN: said by the Walter FSL to be fromUC Broenkhelaim, Hesse-Darmstadt County.

LinneGL: an unidentified place said by the Mariental FSL to be homeUC to a Schumacher family. There are at least 5 Linne in Germany, Poland and the Netherlands.

Lintenhausen?, Kurtrier: an unidentified place said by the Leitsinger FSL to be homeUC to a Jung{Wilhelm} family.

LintnerFN:  see Lindner.

LintzeFN: said by the Dehler FSL to be fromUC Kessenhausen?, [Kur-]Trier.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LinzFN: the Walter Research Group has confirmed in local parish records that this Linck family, listed in the Walter FSL as Linz, came from Gelnhaar, Isenburg (now Hessen).

LinzGL: an unidentified place [there are at least 3 Linz in Germany and Austria] said by the Graf FSL to be homeUC to Zahn’s wife.  Said by the Louis FSL to be homeUC to a Debaptiste family.  Said by the Reinwald FSL to be homeUC to Hersteinkorn{J.Heinrich} family and perhaps  to  a Kaiser family.

Linz(?)GL, Darmstadt: an unidentified place said by the Dietel FSL to be homeUC to Hoffmann and Strohmann families.

Linz, Oberoesterreich: said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to a Wagenleitner family.  This is the same place as the next entry.

Linz, Oesterreich: is 96 miles W of Vienna and was said by the Leitsinger FSL to be homeUC to a Hammerschmidt family and possibly to a Schuster{Georg} orphan.  Said by the Seelmann FSL to be homeUC to a Hassler family.

LiofinFN: see Lohfing.

Lion, Frankreich: an unidentified place said by the Franzosen FSL to be homeUC to a Marchand family.  There were at least 5 Lions in France, however, Pleve suggested this reference might be to Lyon.

Lionier?FN: said by the Enders FSL to be fromUC Mitau, Kurland. I cannot find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Lionier?FN: frau Lionier? was said by the Enders FSL to be fromUC Rilik, Daenemark.

LiosFN: see Ley and Loos.

Lipany/Lippehne?GL (there are places of this name today in the Czech Republic, or it might be Lippehne in present-day Poland?) an unidentified locality said by the Stahl-am-Karaman FSL (#13) to be in Prussia and to be homeUC to  Baumgart/Baumhardt {Johann}.

LiphardtFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  Spelled Libhardt in 1775.  Later spelled Lipphardt (Mai1798:Nr40, Wt40 and 71).

Lippe [Principality]GS: in the 1760’s Detmold was its capital and home of its Prince.  It’s lands extended some 8 to15 miles in all directions from Detmold city.

Lippehne: see Lipany.

LippertFN: said by the Schwed FSL to be fromUC Malchin, Mecklenburg[-Schwerin Duchy].

LippertRN: Dr. A.Lippert, “Die Auswanderer aus Anhalt-Dessau in den Jahren 1764/68”, in Deutsche Post aus dem Osten, Oct 1937. Summarized and noted in Mai&Marquardt, p.148 and notes for #1046 through #1175.

LipphardtFN: see Liphart.

LippsFN: said by the Messer FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).

Lippstadt: is some 17 miles W of Paderborn city in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Lipov-KutVV: a version of the Russian name for UrbachVV.

LipovkaVV: a version of the Russian name for SchaeferVV.

LipovkutVV: a version of the Russian name for UrbachVV.

Lipow-KutVV: a version of the Russian name for UrbachVV.

LipowkaVV: a version of the Russian name for SchaeferVV.

LipowkuttVV: a version of the Russian name for UrbachVV.

LippFN: said by the Grimm FSL to be fromUC Marburg (no locality mentioned).

LippehneGL: see Lipany.

Lippen, [Kur-]Sachsen: is 26 miles SSE of Cottbus city, and was said by the Reinwald FSL to be homeUC to the Jorgen{Georg}family.

LippertFN: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be fromUC Dohna, Polen.

LippertFN: listed by both the 1816 Neudorf census (#70) and KS:358 with no origin. The GCRA found several hints as to their origin (in West Prussia, South Prussia, Hungary, etc.)  but has not found proof of any; see their book for a complete discussion and perhaps later research results.  He had married with widow Meir, nee Eva Walter.

LippmannFN: said by the Dinkel FSL to be fromUC Loumburg, Brandenburg.

LipsFN: said by the Orlovskaya FSL to be fromUC Hannover (no locality mentioned); a Gondorf orphan boy was living with them.  I could not find the Lips family in the 1798 censuses.

LipsaGL: an unidentified place said by the Schwab FSL to be homeUC to the Herber{Johann} family.  The Buedingen ML said this man was fromUC [Hessen-]Darmstadt married in 1766 a Stiehler woman (Mai&Marquardt#359).  I could not find this or any similar placename in lands that were Hessen-Darmstadt in 1766.

LirFN: said by the Ernestinendorf FSL to be fromUC Berod, Kurpfalz.  Spelled Lehr (Mai1798:Fs11,Er6,Bo1)and Riel (Bo25 [did someone reverse the letters?!]) in 1798.

Lir{Elisabeth}: she on 10 April 1766 married Franck{J.Konrad} in Buedingen (Mai&Marquardt#508).  KS128 says she was Liehr{Elisabeth} fromUC Bindsachsen near Buedingen.

Lirbart?GL: an unidentified place said by the Kraft FSL to be homeUC to a Lind family.  Kuhlberg said this was in Darmstadt.  Don Loose said that Prof. Pleve spelled it Hierbart? in his Lind family chart

LisbergFN: said by the Kratzke FSL to be fromUC Oberappenfeld(?)/Oberhaltfeld, Hessen-Kassel.

Lisberg BaronyGL: a small and scattered barony NW of Bamberg city.  See Bischberg.

LisbergGL: see Lissberg.

LissauFN: said by the Bauer FSL to be fromUC Etingen, Magdeburg with the orphan ReichelFN{Jakob} in the household.  Except for the orphan, I could not find them in  Mai1798.

LissbergGL Amt, Hessen-Darmstadt, near Nidda: is some 6 miles NNE of Buedingen and said by the Pleve and Stumpp versions of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to be homeUC to Benner and Schneider families; said by Kromm to be home to a Gorr family (pp.31, 33).  Also home to an Asmus and a Mertz (Mai&Marquardt#711).  Also see Lizborkh.

Lissenburg?GL, Frankreich: an unidentified place said by the Enders FSL to be homeUC to frau Dotz.

LissmanFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  For 1792 and 1798 see Mai1798:Mv1977, Nr102, Hk19, Dh10 and 75.

Litauer?FN: said by the Ernestinendorf FSL to be fromUC Preetz?.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LitauerFN: also see Litzauer.

LiterFN, see Lither.

Lither/Liter/Lieter?FN: said by the Kamenka FSL to be fromUC Hanau.

Litikh/Littig/Littich?FN: said by the Volmer FSL to be fromUC KirchheimbolandenGL, Kurpfalz.

Litikh/Littich(?)GL, Saxony: an unidentified place said by the Merkel FSL to be homeUC to a Bese/Boese? family.  This might be Luettichau, some 19 miles NNE of Dresden, Saxony.

LitkeFN{Johann}:  said by the Jost FSL (#55) to be fromUC Muehlhausen, Preussen.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LitkeFN{J.Bernard}: said by the Kano FSL (#29) to be fromUC Fenay?.  I could not find this family in Mai1798.

Litke{Ernst+w+2}: Kulberg182 said they came fromUC Stralsund and went to Livonia.

Litke{Martin+w+2}: Kulberg61 says they were fromUC Dresden. I did not find them in T or in any published FSL.

LitschenGL, [Kur-]Sachsen: is some 13 miles N of Bautzen city and said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to a Wetzel family.

Litschen, Wittenberg[?]:an unidentified place, said by the Galka FSL to be homeUC to a Fischer family.  The only Litschen I can find was in Kursachsen 28 miles NW of Goerlitz city which is the same place as the previous entry.

Litseu?FN: said by the Merkel FSL to be fromUC Hannover.

LittichGL: see Litikh.

LittigFN: see Litikh.

LitzFN: said by the Koehler FSL to be the maiden name of frau Baumann.

LitzauerFN: said by the Goebel FSL to be fromUC Zellingen, Wuerzburg.  Later spelled Litauer (Mai1798:Gb26).

Litzel, Biber [Barony?]: an unidentified place said by a Friedberg ML to be homeUC to Vorbach{Peter} (Mai&Marquardt#1365).

LitzenbergerFN{Sebastian}: said by the Stumpp version of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to be fromUC Offenbach, Hessen, and by the Pleve version to be from Offenbach, Pfalz.

Litzeberger/Litzenberger{Margar.}: was a godparent at the 24 June 1766 Buedingen baptism of the son of Fuchs{Georg & Friederque} (Mai&Marquardt#1212).  On 19 Sept 1765 with husband Litzenberger{Christoph} and her sister {Christina}age 16, she arrived in Russia {Mai&Marquardt#6554}.  Not found in any later source.

Liver FN: said to be the maiden name of frau Gerst of Sussannental (Mai1798:Mv2874).

Livland, [Russia]: aka Lifland, said (no locality mentioned) by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Roessner family.  In English this is Estonia (Latvia?) and was a territory in the Russian Empire from 1721 on.

Livonia: a region taken by Russia in 1721.  Now in Latvia.  Around 1760 it contained two Russian Imperial Estates (Hirshenhofe and Helfreishofe) which were about ¾ empty.  Catharine the Great directed that some German emigrants be settled on them.   These estates were near the town of Kokenhusen, now Koknese, some 87 km SE of Riga city centre and 217 SW of Pskov city.  Kulberg said the following families from the following places left Oranienbaum to settle in one of the two Livonian colonies:

from Danzig: (Zilke{Michael+wife; actually settled in the Ukraine);

from Darmstadt: (Berg{Johann} single (Kulberg191), Berger/Betsch{Jacob+w+3c} (Kulberg231), Bittenbiner{Thobias+wife+5children} (Kulberg190, EEE p.356);

from Dresden: (Broesse/Breuse{Johann+wife+2 kids; actually went to settle in Saratov} Kulberg14);

from Durlach: (Ruthweiler{Jacob+wife+son} (Kulberg188.2);

from Erbach: (Biedermann{Andreas+w+3c} (Kulberg227), Spaetz{Wilhelm+wife+son} (Kulberg175);

from Heilbronn: (Hasenfuss{Adam+wife} )Kulberg198), {Dietrich+wife+3 kids} (Kulberg195), {J.Heimrich+f+2 k +1 sis-in-law} (Kulberg196), Hill{A.Margaretha} single (Kulberg197);

from Holstein: (Eriksen{Oteto+w+3c} (Kulberg243);

from Koenitz: (Gast{Gottfried+wife+4 kids} (Kulberg70);

from Lenzen: (Klenzendorf{Friedrich} single (Kulberg188.1);

from Nassu-Saarbruecken: (Kesten/Kist{Heinrich+w+3kids} (Kulberg4), Weldi{Valentin single}(Kulberg5);

from Neuburg: (Schroeder{Johann+wife+son} (Kulberg52);

from Niederlande: (Asmus{Nicolaus+wife+2 kids} (Kulberg178), Schulz{Gabriel+w+2c} (Kulberg205);

from Pfalz: (Buchennroth{Peter+w+5c} (Kulberg229), Dannewald{Friedrich+w+2c} (Kulberg201), {Georg+wife+2 kids} (Kulberg193), Franz{Georg+wife+2 kids} Kulberg172), Fuhrmann{Jacob+w+4c} (Kulberg226), Gagnus{Gustaw+w} (Kulberg235), Gimper{Leonhard+w+3c} (Kulberg230), Gumler/Kummeler{Adam+w+3c} (Kulberg214), Hermann{Philipp+w+5c}Catholic (Kulberg216), Hess{Ulrich+w+3c} (Kulberg212), Knoerzer{Andreas+w+1c} Catholic (Kulberg215), Lutz{Adam+2+3c} (Kulberg211), Nilsen{Johann+w+1c} (Kulberg203), (Schweiheimer{Johann+wife+4 kids} (Kulberg171), Sonnenwald{Jacob+wife+6 kids} (Kulberg170), Stahl{Martin+w+5c} (Kulberg220), Stumpf{Johann+w} Reformed (Kulberg219), {Melchior+w} Reformed  (Kulberg217), {Philipp+1w} Reformed (Kulberg218;

from Pommern: (Hahnbuth/Hanibut{Friedrich} single (Kulberg45), Loewerenz{Christoph}single (Kulberg43), {Efram, wife+daughter} (Kulberg36);

from Preussen: (Klein{Christian+wife+2kids} (Kulberg9);

from Rastenberg: Licht/Lieders{Friedrich} single (Kulberg3);

from Rizenberg: (Popp{Jacob} single (Kulberg46);

from Schlesien: (Schulz{Johann} single (Kulberg20);

from Schoeningen: (Block{Christian} single (Kulberg71);

from Stralsund: (Litke{Ernst+wife+2 kids} (Kulberg182).

from Sweden: (Dannenwald{Jacob+wife+2kids} (Kulberg176);

from Tschernigow: (Ritter{Michael} single (Kulberg59);

from Velen: Meier{Johann, single, actually went to Saratov} Kulberg66), Zilke{Mathias+wife+2 kids} (Kulberg68);

from Wartenberg: (Knosp?{Adam+1w+1c} (Kulberg206), Knutler{Johann+w+2c} (Kulberg204), Schilling{August+w+3c} (Kulberg207), Spengler{Samuel+w+3c} (Kulberg209);

from Wuertemberg: (Detter{Martin+w+5c} (Kulberg228), Fischer{Michael+wife} (Kulberg173), Rittmann{Georg+w+3c} (Kulberg223).

LizborkhGL, Hesse-Darmstardt County: said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Leitz family. This place has been identified by the Walter Research Group as Lissberg, Hessen.

Lk61: this would be household #61 in the “Kolonisten des Lokators Beauregard, die voruebergehend in anderen Kolonien angesiedelt wuerden” [A list of colonists recruited by Baron Beauregard prior to their being assigned to the various colonies] found in pages 349-380 of Pleve, Einwanderung …, vol.4.

LobFN: see Loob.

LobachGS: an unidentified country mentioned by the Kano FSL (#48) as the location of  RobesburgGL said to be home to a Marx family.

LobauerFN: said by the Belowescher Kolonien FSL to be fromUC Bernbaum.

LobbachGS, an unidentified state mentioned by the Frank FSL in connection with the Pfeif family.

LobbeseGL: an unidentified place said by the Bettinger FSL to be homeUC to a Benecke family.  This may be Lobbese, Brandenburg, some 9 miles NNE of Wittenberg.

Lobes/Lopes FN: said by the Paulskaya FSL to be a stepson in a Schulz household. In 1798 the family name was spelled Lopes (Mai1798:Pl32).

LopesFN: see also Lobes and Lobuse.

Lobinger/LohbingerFN{Carl}: recorded as coming from Regensburg, he, with wife {A.Margaretha } and [step-]son {Franziscus} arrived in Russia on 8 August 1766 (Kulberg3443). Not found in T.  By June 1767 they had settled in Brabander FSL #97 & 97a which said he was fromUC Regensburg (no locality indicated) with a Scheitwahl(?) stepson, {Franz} in the household. I could not find either family name in the 1798 censuses.

Lobinger: see also Pobinger.

LoblinFN: this family name was found recorded in Winterhausen marriage records 1760-1769; see Flegel trip.

LobsensGL, Wirsitz Kreis, Posen Department, South Prussia: now Lobzenica, Poland, some 7 miles N of Wirsitz, now Wyrzysk, and proven by GCRA to be home to the Eichelberg family that went to Glueckstal.  See the GCRA book for more details.

LobuseFN:  according to a Luebeck ML a Schultz man married in 1766 this woman (Mai&Marquardt#66). They then went to Paulskaya.  In 1798 the family name was spelled Lopes (Mai1798:Pl32).

Loch FN: listed by the Hoelzel FSL without origin as an orphan boy living in the Niesslein household, and said by Kuhlberg to be fromUC Bamberg [Bishopric] (no locality mentioned). I could not find him in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Loch/LachFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Kutter FSL to be fromUC Isenburg.

LochFN{Agnesa/A.Elisabeth??}: daughter of {J.Sebastian} fromUC Boehnstadt married  in Buedingen 12 June 1766 Feuerstein{J.Georg} (Mai&Marquardt#691).    {J.Georg} and wife {A.Elisabeth} arrived in Russia 29 Aug 1766  (Kulberg5166).  Later in 1766 in Oranienbaum they took transport for the Volga (T506-507).  Before 26 Aug 1767 {Georg} and {A.Elisabeth} had settled at Norka FSL #170.  In 1798 her maiden name was given as Loch (Mai1798:Nr109). 

LochFN: said by the Orlovskaya FSL to be fromUC Elbor?.

LochGL, Kurpfalz: an unidentified place said by the Laub FSL to be homeUC to a Ritz family.

LochmannFN: said by the Paulskaya FSL to be fromUC Bach and to have a Schwarz orphan boy in the household.  A Luebeck ML says this man married in 1766 a Schiefferstein woman (Mai&Marquardt#67).  For 1798 see Mai1798:Sh25.

Lochmann{Johannes}FN: this man was listed in the 1798 Stephan census (Mai1798:Sp3), but I cannot find him in any FSL.  For 1793 and more 1798 see (Mv2843 and Gk62).

Lochowittig?GL, Pfalz: an unidentified place said by the Paulskaya FSL to be homeUC to a Reger family.  There was a Lochowitz in Bohemia, now Lochovice some 25 miles SE of Prague but that is an awfully long ways from the Pfalz!

LockmannFN: see Lakmann.

LodzGL, Suedpreussen: was a large administrative center 73 miles SW of Warsaw city , and 68 miles NNE of Czestochowa city.  Found by the GCRA to have been associated with Doeffinger and Dollinger families.

LoebFN: see Loob.

LoebeFN: said by the Caesarsfeld FSL to be fromUC Kirchheim.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LoebenGL: an unidentified place said by the Boaro FSL to be homeUC to a Schuhmann family.  There is a Loeben in Sachsen-Anhalt some 19 miles SE of Wittenberg, and one in Saxony some 11 miles SW of Leipzig.

LoebertFN: see Luebert.

LoebsFN: this family was in Glueckstal for a time and was said by KS:357 to be from Kleeburg, Weissenburg [Amt], Elsass.  The GCRA verified this origin, using FHL 745,907 and 745,908; see their book for detail.  Also spelled Leps.

Loebsack/LebsackFN{Johann}: in 1766 Kulberg6537 says he was fromUC Darmstadt along with wife {Elisabeth] and 3 young adult unmarried children.  By 1767 the Frank FSL only has one Loebsack household,#44, headed by one of those unmarried children, {Immanuel} to be fromUC Steinheim, Hessen-Darmstadt [Landgraviate] with his new young bride {Catharina}.  A German researcher commissioned by Carole M. Hayden found that this lineage goes back to the 1500s starting in Widdersheim and Oberwidderesheim, later moving to Steinheim; she also researched the lateral lines of Becker, Hochstein, Hoffmann, Hurtziger, Nagel and Pipp. 

LoechnerFN:  see Lechner.

Loeffler{J.Friedrich}: fromUC Carlsruh married Eberling{M.Petronella} in Buedingen 17 April 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#549 & KS#143).  On 4 July 1766 {Friedrich & Anna} arrived in Russia (Kulberg1914).  Not found in any later source.

LoefflerFN: also see Lefler and Loefler.

LoefinkFN: see Lofink.

LoeflerFN: this woman married Were of Gluckstal; the GCRA proved her origin in Scheppach, Walbach parish, Winsberg [Amt], Wuerttemberg, using FHL 1,346,109; see their book for detail.  Also spelled Loeffler.

Loehnfeld(?)GL, Kurpfalz: Alton Sissell (2005) using an LDS film and a visit to the village, proved this is Lengfeld.  It is said by the Kukkus FSL to be homeUC to Hoefner, Maser, Schaefer, and maybe Houg? families.  Alton Sissell (2005) in the same fashion as the earlier sentence proved this to be the place which the Maser/Maaser family lft to go to Russia.

LoewFN: the GCRA found that this was the maiden name of the first frau Schauer{Friedrich} of Neudorf and proved that she was from Birkenau, Weinheim [Amt], Hesse.  See their book for more.

LoewenFN:  said by the Orloff FSL to be fromUC Rosenort, Elbing.

LoewenbrueckFN: said by the Louis FSL to be fromUC Trier (no locality listed).

LoewensteinGL:  this town is 12 km SE of Heilbronn city and likely was the primary or secondary seat of  Loewenstein-Wertheim-Virneburg County.  It was situated in portion (5) of that county as detailed below.

LoewensteinGS:  in the 1700s there were two Loewenstein countries: officially Loewenstein-Wertheim-Virneburg County  and Loewenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort Principality.

Loewenstein(?)GS:  said by the Pleve version of the Balzer FSL to be homeUC of a Karl family.  Said (no locality mentioned) by the Doenhof FSL to be homeUC to Huwa and Sorg families.  Said (no locality mentioned) by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Mainz family.  This probably refers to the County described below.

LoewensteinGS, Schwaben: said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to a Heiling? family.  This probably refers to part (5) of the county described below, which part was in the Swabian area.

Loewenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort PrincipalityGS: (1712-1803) a “junior” branch of the Loewenstein family, this Prince appears to have been Catholic and to have ruled scattered territories in and around Puettligen in the Saar and in and around Rochefort  in the Namur region of what is now Belgium.

Loewenstein-Wertheim-Virneburg CountyGS: (1611-1812) this Count appears to have been Protestant and to have ruled most of what are usually referred to as (1) Virneburg County, some distance W of Koblenz city, (2) Wertheim County on the Main (usually referred to as Wertheim for short) around and about the town of Wertheim-am-Main, (3) an exclave S of Dieburg and N of Reinheim extending on both sides of the Gersprenz river, (4) ½ interest in the Breuberg Condominium, and (5) scattered exclaves running SE from a few km from Heilbronn city to and just beyond Murrhardt town.

Loewerenz{Christoph}: Kulberg43 said he was single fromUC Pommern.  Not found in T or in any published FSL.

Loewerenz {Efram+wife+daughter}: Kulberg36 said they were fromUC Pommern.  Not found in T or in any published FSL.

LofertGL, Hesse-Darmstadt: said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Stan family.  This place has been identified by the Walter Research Group as Laufach, Bavaria.

LofinkFN: said by the Boaro FSL to be fromUC Fulda (no locality mentioned).  Spelled Loefink in 1798 (Mai1798: Bt40).

LofinkFN: see also Lohfing.

Login?FN: said by the Schulz FSL to be fromUC Insterburg, Preussen [Kingdom]. Also spelled Gegin in 1798 (Mai1798:Sz13).

Lohbach(?)GS is an unidentified state associated with Rutenburg in the Frank FSL.  It might be Laubach of the Soms-Laubach duchy.

LohbingerFN: see Lobinger.

LohfingFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  Spelled Lofink in the 1775 census. Later spelled Liofin (Mai1798:Nr80) and possibly Lyuf (Nr45)?

LohkirchenGL: see Lohrkirchen.

LohmannFN: said by the Laub FSL to be fromUC Griesheim, Frankfurt-am-Main.  In 1798 the wife’s maiden name was given as Viliriginta (Mai1798:Lb49).

LohmannFN: said by the Merkel FSL to be fromUC Brandenburg.

LohmannFN: said by the Pfeiffer FSL to be fromUC Elters?. 

LohnsfeldGL, Kaiserslautern [Amt], Rheinpfalz: is some 8.5 miles NE of Kaiserslautern city, and was proven by GCRA to be home to the Kessler family that went to Glueckstal.  See the GCRA book for more details.

Lohr/LoorFN{Johannes}: said by the Boaro FSL #61 to be fromUC Weier.  Spelled Loor in 1772 and 1798 (Mai1798:Mv277,Ka29).

Lohr{A.Maria}: was godmother at the Luebeck baptism of Luedern{J.Jacob Adam} 4 June 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#1313).  On 15 Sept 1766 she, her husband {J.Gottl.} and one son arrived in Russia (Kulberg6860).  Later in 1766 in Oranienbaum they without the son took transport for the Volga (T4010-4011).  No later source found.

LohrGL: said by the Koehler FSL to be homeUC to an Ulrich, and possibly to a Hoffmann family. Said by the Paulskaya FSL to be homeUC to a Krach family.  There were several Lohr in the Germanies, but this probably is Lohr, Kurmainz.

LohrGL, [Kur-]Mainz: said by the Krasnoyar FSL to be homeUC to a Steugerwald/Steigerwald family.  This may well be Lohr-am-Main.

Lohr, [Kurmainz?]: said by the Recruiter Beauregard’s list to have been homeUC to the Lembach{Anton} and {Paul} families.  There are at least 4 Lohrs in Germany; the likely one was then in Kurmainz 31 km E of Aschaffenburg city.

Lohr, Kurmainz: is 18 miles E of Aschaffenburg city, and said by the Dehler FSL to be homeUC to a Schulz/Schuld family.

Lohr-am-MainGL: in Bavaria is 42 miles ESE of Frankfurt-am-Main, and said by the Pfeiffer FSL to be homeUC to a Thomaa family.  This is Lohr, Kurmainz.

Lohrbach[sic?], [Hessen-]Darmstadt [Landgraviate]:  said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to a Schmidt{Jacob}.  This would apparently be a mistranscription of Lorsbach which is 13 km NE of Wiesbaden city centre. 

LohreiFN: see Lohrey.

Lohrengel/LorengelFN: said by the Balzer FSL to be from Isenburg (no locality indicated).  Bonner proved this man was married in Vonhausen, Isenburg[-Buedingen County], where the marriage record said he was fromUC Lorbach of the same County.  For 1798 see Mai1798:Bz21.

LohrengelFN: said by the Doenhof FSL to be fromUC Stollberg (no locality mentioned).  The Buedingen ML says one of these Lorringel men ofUC Nieder-Seemen married a Westerwaller woman; Stumpp says his name was Lorringen (Mai&Marquardt#526).

 Lohrentz{Christiane E.}: married  Becher{Conrad}  in Rosslau on 17 Sept 1765 (Mai&Marquardt #872 & KS120, 143). Not found in Kulberg or T.  But by 1767 they had settled in  Frank FSL #71.. 

Lohrer{Matthias}: Lutheran fromUC Bretten Amt, Kurpfalz, arrived at Flensburg, Schleswig Royal Duchy in July 1762.  With his wife and 3 children he reregistered in Denmark as late as April 1765.  Later they were recorded in the church books of Neu-Saratowka colony (EEE p.505). 

LohreyFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Kutter FSL to be fromUC Isenburg.  Later spelled Lohrei and Lorey.  Doreen Connelly proved that the mother of the Lich orphans in Leisenwald was a Lohrey.  A public tree on ancestry.com traces the Lohrey family way back in Leisenwald.  The Lorey/Lorej family was in Leisenwald at least as early as 1684 and this particular couple left there in 1766 (Reifschneider1, Reifschneider2).

Lohrhaupten:is SE of  Gelnhausen, 12 km SE of Bieber.  Said by KS124 to possibly be where the widow Damer{Magdalena} left in 1765.  KS126 says Dietrich{J.Adam} and {Caspar} with wife and 4 children leftUC here for Russia; I have found no further reference to them.

Lohrkirchen?GL: an unidentified place said by the Boregard FSL to be homeUC to a Schuch? family.  There are two Lohkirchens in Bavaria: one is 23 miles NE of Munich city, and the other one is 41 miles ENE of Munich.

L’Oiseau [Marie Margurite]: proven to be the wife of Doenhof first settler Lichtenwald[Heinrich Conrad].

LokasFN: said by the Walter FSL to be fromUC Iningeim, Kurpfalz.  Identified by the Walter Research Group as a Lukas family.

Lollar?, [Hessen-]Darmstadt [Landgraviate]: is 7 km N of Giessen city and was said by the Warenburg FSL #88 and Lollar church records to be home to the Braun family.

LombachGL, Wuerttemberg: is some 39 miles SSE of Karlsruhe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, and said by the Kromm version of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to possibly be homeUC to a Baum family (p.27).

LombarFN: said by the Brabander FSL to be fromUC Paris, Frankreich.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Lommatzsch, [Kur-]Sachsen: is 34 km NW of Dresden city and was said by the Rosenheim FSL to be homeUC to a Kuehn family.

Londerin?FN: said by the Dreispitz FSL to be fromUC Sarmi?, Schweden.  In 1798 the family name was spelled Lungerin (Mai1798:Dr23).

LondonGL, England: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to Stahlbaum’s wife.

LondorfGL: is some 10 miles NE of Giessen city, and said by the Kraft FSL to be homeUC to a Baler? family.

LondorfGL, Hessen-Darmstadt: see Lorndern.

Loner{Catharina}: from Kurpfalz, a god parent at the 29 July 1766 Luebeck baptism of a daughter of Fulck{Nicolaus} (Mai&Marquardt#1327).  Not found in either Kuhlberg or T.

Lonez?, Holstein [Duchy]: an unidentified place said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to the Berns family.

Long?FN: said by the Paulskaya FSL to be fromUC Eltman?.   This might have been Lang?

LonsingerFN: see Lontzinger.

Lontz{Johann+w}: said by Kulberg114 to be fromUC Bayreuth (no locality indicated).  Not found in T, any published FSL or Mai1798.

Lontzinger/LonsingerFN{Matthies Wilhelm}: from either Wuerttemberg or the Hohenlohe Principality arrived at Flensburg, Schleswig Royal Duchy in May 1762.  Before 1775 they had settled in Grimm (1775 Grimm census #37).  For 1798 see Mai1798:Gm80 and perhaps 88.

LonzFN: said by the Orlovskaya FSL to be fromUC Neustadt.  I could not find this family in the 1798 censuses.

LoobFN: said by the Bangert FSL to be fromUC Dorfweil, Nassau-Usingen.  Spelled Loeb in 1798 (Mai1798:Bg27).  Paul Koehler reports that the most common spelling of this name was Lob and is now Loeb.

LoorFN: see Lohr.

Loos{Eliesabetha Catharina}: fromUC Leisewald married in Buedingen on 3 May 1766  Frick{Conrad}  (Mai&Marquardt#614 and KS128).  This couple is in Huck FSL (#19).

LoosFN: said by the Kano FSL to be fromUC Stockhausen.

Looss/LoosFN: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be fromUC Springe Reinfeld, Hessen with a Nulhass wife fromUC Weisel.  Later spelled Loos (Mai1798:Ka103).

LoosFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Kutter FSL to be fromUC Isenburg.  According to the Buedingen ML this Loos man married in 1766 a Loos woman, both fromUC Leisenwald (Mai&Marquardt#615).  The Loos family was in Leisenwald at least as early as 1684 and this particular couple left there in 1766 (Reifschneider2).

LoosFN: according to the Buedingen ML a Loos woman, fromUC Leisewald, in 1766 married a Reiffschneider man; the couple was in Kutter by 1767 (Mai&Marquardt#613). 

LoosFN: the 1798 Norka census gives this as the maiden name of the wife of an Isenburger Kleiber (Mai1798:Nr94).

LoosFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  For 1798 see Mai1798:Nr125, 100 and 126. 

Loos/Lios{Franciscus}: using LDS Film #367603, Corina Hirt proved he was baptized 27 Jan 1937 in the Weidenthal Catholic church.  Not found in Kulberg or in T.  By 1 May 1767 Lios{Franz} and wife {A.Elisabeth} had settled at Schuck FSL #31, he said to be fromUC Neustadt, Kurpfalz.  In 1791 {Franz} with his family moved to Schuck (Mai1798: Mv2634) where {Franz}and his Herrmann wife plus several offspring and descendants still were in 1798 (Mai1798: Vm15, 8, & 22).

Loos{Andreas} FN: may have been the offspring of an early Zurich settler family.  In 1798 he was in Kind said to be from Zurich (Mai1798:Kd23) – the family name does not appear in the Kind FSL and he himself is too young to be in a FSL.

Loos{Conrad}: son of {Ernst}, ofUC Orleshausen, and {A.Christina}, born in Buedingen on 13 April 1766   (Mai&Marquardt#1201a).  Not found in Kulberg, T or in any published FSL.

Loos{Ernst}: husband of {A.Christina} and father of {Conrad} born 13 April 1766 in Buedingen (Mai&Marquardt#1201a).  Not found in Kulberg, T or in any published FSL.

LoossFN: filed amonst the Loos.

LorangFN: see Laurent.

LorbachGL: said by the Buedingen ML to be homeUC to a Knoblock woman who in 1766 married a Gottfried man who according to the Goebel FSL arrived in 1767 with a different wife (Mai&Marquardt#431).  Said by the Buedingen ML to be home to a Koch woman who married in 1766 a Windecker man; by 1767 this couple was in Walter (Mai&Marquardt#458).

Lorbach, Isenburg[-Buedingen County]: is some 2 miles SSW of Buedingen city.  Bonner found that his Vonhausen marriage record said Herr Reiss (who went as a Reuss to Balzer) was fromUC here. Bonner also proved the Lohrengel man who also settled in Balzer was baptized here and was also married in Vonhausen, same County, to a woman whose family name is unclear in the record.  Said by the Kutter FSL (#67) to be homeUC to a Nazarenus family; and by the Buedingen ML to be homeUC to both Nazarenus and his Koch bride (Mai&Marquardt#577).   Said by the Walter FSL to be home to a Nazarenus family; confirmed in parish records by the Walter Research Project.

Lorber{Johanna Katharina Dorothea}: married  Fessel{Martin} on 31 March 1766 in Rosslau (Mai&Marquardt#883}; KS127 mistakenly said it was 1765.  They settled in Boaro (FSL #85).

LorchGL: said by the Seewald FSL to be homeUC to Reser/Roesser and Wendel families.  This most likely is the same place as the next entry.

Lorch, [Kur-]Mainz: see Lorsch.

LoreiFN: see Lorhey.

LorejFN: see Lohrey.

LorengelFN: see Lohrengel.

Lorenz/LorentzFN{G.Ulrich}: Lutheran fromUC Wuerttemberg arrived at Flensburg, Schleswig Royal Duchy in May 1762.  With his wife {Ursula Margaretha} he last reregistered in Denmark in April 1765 (EEE pp.505-506).  By April 1766 they had settled in Galka FSL #43 which said he was fromUC Kochstedt?, Wittenberg[?].  For 1798 see Mai1798:Sb32.

LorenzFN: said by the Jost FSL to be fromUC Meisenburg?, Sachsen.

LorenzFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Kutter FSL to be fromUC Isenburg.

LorenzFN: said by the Leitsinger FSL to be fromUC Aschaffenburg, Kurmainz.

Lorenz{Heinrich}: the Messer FSL said he was fromUC Kurpfalz (no locality mentioned) and husband to Meisterling{A.Maria}   (Messer FSL #20).

LorenzFN: said (no locality mentioned) by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC [Kur-]Sachsen.

LorenzFN: said by the Schoenchen FSL to be fromUC Raunergrund?.  For 1798 see Mai1798:Nm42, Sn7 and Wm35.

LorenzFN: said by the Warenburg FSL to be fromUC Bikschit?, [Pfalz-]Zweibruecken [Duchy].  They must have died prior to the 1798 Volga censuses.

LorenzFN: this family name was found recorded in Kirburg marriage records 1762-1767; see Flegel trip.

LoreschFN the earliest transcription of the Stahl-am-Karaman FSL (#34, 39 and 44) said these people were fromUC Genig.  The Pleve version said they were fromUC Dienheim.  Also see Laroesch.

Loret(t)usFN: J.Balthasar was a farmhand on the Bruhns Hof in Julianenebene colony, Gottorf Amt, Schleswig-Holstein prior to 1763 when he left to go back into the Odenwald, to Erlau [sic for Erbach County?].  A possible earlier home was in Pfaffen-Beerfurth.  By April 1766, he, his wife and five children left had left from Fraenkisch-Crumbach and were in Buedingen on their way to  Russia, where they settled in Neu-Saratowka (Gieg1).

LoreyFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  Spelled Lorei in the 1775 census. Same in 1798 (Mai1798:Nr93).

LoreyFN: also see Lohrey.

LoreyFN: said by the Messer FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned). In 1798 the family name was spelled Lorei (Mai1798:Nr93 and Ms73).

LoreyFN: said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC Stahlberg, [Isenburg County?].  Pleve thought this might also be spelled Lorei.

LoreyFN: see Lohrey.

Loringen{Christoph+w+3c}: Kulberg33 said they were fromUC Potsdam and settled in Saratov.  Not found in T or in any published FSL.

LorndernGL, Hesse-Darmstadt: an unidentified place said by the Walter FSL to be homeUC to a Becker family.  This may be Londorf, some 9 miles NE of Giessen, Hessen.

LorraineGS: France absorbed the ancient Lothringen Duchy of the Holy Roman Empire as a province in 1766; this continued until 1870.  Off and on during the 16th and 17th century the Duchy had been occupied by French armies.  From 1737-66 it was nominally independent with a Polish Duke within the Holy Roman Empire.

LorringelFN: see Lohrengel.

LorringenFN: see Lohrengel.

Lorsbach, [Hessen-]Darmstadt [Landgraviate]: is 13 km NE of Wiesbaden city centre and some 24 miles SE of Limburg-an-der-Lahn, said by the Straub FSL to be homeUC to a Kretlein? family.  This apparently was  also homeUC to  Schmidt{Jacob} who settled in Warenburg.

LorsbachGL, Limburg, Hesse: was mistakenly said by the Simon family (Warenburg colony) chart to be homeUC to a Hieronymus family. 

LorsbackGL, [Hessen-]Darmstadt: said by the Schmidt family (Warenburg colony) chart to be homeUC to a Schmidt{Jacob} family.  This surely was Lorsbach.

LorschGL: [Kur-]Mainz : is 17 km E of Worms city and was said by the Schuck FSL to be homeUC to a Bupp? family.  In his first translation Pleve spelled this Larsh and Lorch.

LosFN: said by the Zuerich 1798 census to be the maiden name of the wife of Herr Keter? who had originally settled in Kano (Mai1798:Zr09).

Losch{Charlotta}: said by a Luebeck church record to have married a Zahn man in 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#290).

LosekerFN: see Lusacker.

Losen?, [Kur-]Trier: an unidentified place said by the Cheisol FSL to be homeUC to a Koehler/Kohlner family.

Losgus?FN: said by the Boaro FSL to be fromUC Erfurt (no locality mentioned).  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Loshkovtsy: see Luschkawitz, Kamenka, Podolia.

LoskautFN: said by the Schoenchen FSL to be a step-son in the Storke household.  I could not find him in Mai1798.

LosselFN: said by the Koehler FSL to be fromUC Picardie, Frankreich. I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LothFN: this woman was said by a Luebeck ML to have married in 1766 a Klein man; by 1767 this couple was in Kano (Mai&Marquardt#174).

Lothringen [Duchy]GS: this ancient Duchy of the Holy Roman Empire was periodically occupied by France in the 16th and 17th centuries.  From 1737 to 1766 it was nominally independent, ruled by a Polish duke, with strong French influence.  From 1766 to 1870 is was entirely within France as the province of Lorraine.  It is was said (no locality mentioned) by the Belowescher Kolonien FSL to be homeUC to a Bisbaum family.  Said (no locality mentioned) by Kulberg93 to be homeUC to Goering{Thomas+w+3c) Catholics.

LotnerFN: listed by the 1816 Glueckstal census (KS:675, 92) with no origin.  Using FHL(1,192,862), the GCRA proved origin in Seewis-im-Pratigau, Graubunden Kanton, Schweis.  See the GCRA book for more details.  Ladner is the better spelling.

LotzFN: said by the Boaro FSL to be fromUC Stangendorf.  Spelled Lotz in 1798 (Mai1798: Mn01, 30).

Lo(t)zFN: this was the maiden name of frau Schmunk who left Fraenkisch-Crumbach for Russia in 1766  with her husband and children (Gieg1).  They are listed in the Dobrinka FSL (db68).

Lotz/Lutz{J.Daniel+w+2c}: Kulberg132 said they were fromUC Hilling.  Not found in T.  Said by the Kano FSL (#76) to be fromUC Villingen. Jim Pickelhaupt says he found this man’s origin. The 1798 Kano census gave frau Lotz’ maiden name as Herzog (Mai1798:Kn26, Zr42).

Lotz{J.Georg}FN: said by the Kano FSL to be fromUC Nannhausen.

LotzFN: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be fromUC Alsfeld, Darmstadt with a Brehm wife.

LotzFN{Johann}: said (no locality mentioned) by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC Hannover. For 1798 see Mai1798: Nm11.

Lotz{Peter} FN: said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC Breitenbach.  For 1798 see Mai1798: Nm33 which gives his wife’s maiden name as Mueller{Elizabeth}.  A Schlitz ML says this man fromUC Breitenbach married in 1766  Elizabeth Mueller fromUC Sterfritz (Mai&Marquardt#738).

Lotz{Christopher}FN: Kulberg7014 says this Lutz family arrived in Oranienbaum in September 1766.  They are probable Zug first settlers said by Recruiter Beauregard’s 1768 list (Lk18) to have been fromUC Riegersdorf?.  For 1798 see Mai1798: Zg37 and 48.

LotzFN: this family name was found recorded in Schotten parish records for many generations prior to 1767; see Flegel trip.

LotzFN: also see Lutz.

Louis{Anton}: he, his Decker wife and children were in Zug in 1798 (Zg28, 24, 38), but they are listed in no FSL nor in T, nor is there any indication they moved to Zug from another colony, so they are possible Zug first settlers.

Louis: this military major was a godparent at the 10 Oct 1765 Luebeck baptism of Ganser{Heinrich}. Louis may well have been his given name not his family name. Found in no later source.

LouisGL, now called Saarlouis, it is 101 miles SW of Frankfurt-am-Main in the Saar state.  It is said by the Seewald FSL to be homeUC of a Scherer family.

LouisVV (aka Lui, Otrogovka,  or Otrogowka): a Russian German village of the Roman Catholic faith situated on the eastern side of the Volga, founded in 1766.  Its  FSL is now published in Pleve, Einwanderung …, vol.III, pp. 79-94.  According to this, the first settlers were from the following places with the family names shown here in parens. A name within square brackets following a family name is an alternate spelling usually from a later source.  Origin information which Prof. Pleve derived from the Kuhlberg lists is italicized.  The number with the name is their household number in the FSL:

from Algesheim, Kurmainz: (Lang15);

from Bamberg: (Stuermer[Stuertzer]34 and possibly Neuf[Nief]34a);

from Bernkastel, Kurtrier: (Bauer47,47a, Hoch30, Kumpallo2, Quint[Quindt]56);

from Bitsch, Lothringen: (Barbier[Barbie]26, frau Debaptiste55, Dening[Denig]25, Herbion10, Leichleiter[Leichleidner,Leichladner]24, Meier[Maier]12,39,41,51, Obholz[Abholz,Opholz]27, Peil[Beil]45, Pourquenoit?[Burgno]16, Rausch53, Springer52);

from Blieskastel: (Kinderknecht46,48);

from Busendorf, Lothringen: (Chandelier8, frau Hein3, Hein18, Hild[Hilt]47, Laurent[Lorang]7);

from Eckenfein?, [Kur-]Bayern: (Huber[Hubert]6);

from Essegney?, Frankreich: (Hein3);

from Frauenberg, Lothringen: (Bauer31);

from Gruensfeld, Wuerzburg: (Schmidt33);

from Hamberg, [Kur-]Bayern: (Nuner9);

from Heimerdingen?, Lothringen: (Delvau[Delwa]14);

from Hosenfeld, Fulda: (Wickhardt[Wickart]20);

from Karlstadt, Wuerzburg: (Treuling[Dreiling]42);

from Keller: (Schaefer50);

from Kirchberg, Baden-Durlach: (unknown[Brandt?]54, Marx35);

from Kulmitz: (Hamalka[Gamolka?]28);

from Linz: (Debaptiste[DePaatiste]55);

from Meisenheim, Zweibruecken: (Eckhard[Eckhardt]5, Faupel[Faubel]38, frau Kumpallo2, and possibly Schaefer2a);

from Michelhausen: (frauEltzer36);

from Mittelsinn-bei-Aura, Wuerzburg: (Salzmann[Saltzmann]43);

from Oettling, Baden-Durlach: (Ziegelmeier29);

from Saarbruecken: (Schoenberger32);

from Saarburg, Kurtrier: (Dening17, Gaenseblum[Gaensenblum]35a, frau Marx35);

from Saargemuend, Lothringen: (Krause50, Lich22, Lick1, Pink4, Schlosser50a, Schuber[Schubert]11);

from Schwaben: (Kessler22);

from Schwitzing?, Kurtrier: (Eltzer[Elsar]36);

from Sierck, Lothringen: (Mutin[Mutie,Mutje?,Mutier]21, Springer49);

from Tirol, Oesterreich: (Auer[Aue]40);

from Trier: (Loewenbrueck23, Schaminais[Chamine]12);

from unknown origins: (Neuf[Nief]34a, Schaefer2a, Wais[Waltz]33a);

from Wien, Oesterreich: (Winker[Winkler??]44);

from Wuerzburg: (Kramm[Kram]37);

from Zweibruecken: (Schwemling19).

LoumburgGL, Brandenburg: an unidentified place said by the Dinkel FSL to be homeUC to a Lippmann family.

LouterbachFN: said by the Norka FSL to be fromUC Isenburg (no locality mentioned).  Spelled Lauterbach in the 1775 census. Same in 1798 (Mai1798:Nr210).

Lovis?GL: an unidentified place said by the Galka FSL to be homeUC to a Hoffmann family.  This may have been Luvis.

LowensteinGL: see Loewenstein.

Lower Franconia: see Unterfranken.

Lower Saxony is a northern state in the modern country of Germany.

Lton(?)GL: an unidentified place said by the Merkel FSL to be homeUC to a Bresiger family.

Luck, Volhynia: nka Lutsk, Ukraine 83 miles NE of Lviv, and said by the GCRA to be near Topolno[?] and to have been associated with a Reiser family.  Jerry Frank says that Topolno was a few km N of Rosyszcze, a know German settlement region, and that St. Petersburg Consistory records show a Friedrich Reiser born in Topotna [sic] on 17 May 1836.

Luckenwalde?, [Kur-]Brandenburg: is 25 km SSW of Berlin city centre and was said by the Urbach FSL to be homeUC  to a Schaff family and possibly to a Wengert/Wingert family.

Lud{Jakob}FN: listed by the 1858 Neudorf census (#203) without origin.  The GCRA found him to be son of Lutz{Erhard} who had come from first settling in Glueckstal (1816 #76), and nephew of Andreas Ludt (Glueckstal 1816 #76).  Andreas, at least, was supposed to have been born inUC Ouerwinken, Batschka, Hungary.  Also spelled Lutz, Luth, and Ludt.  See the GCRA book for more.

LudFN: also see Lutz.

Luder: go to Luedern.

LudewigFN: see Ludwig.

LudowigFN: see Ludwig.

LudtFN: see Lud and Lutz.

Ludwag, Bamberg [Bishopric]: is 8 miles ENE of Bamberg city, and was said by the Leitsinger FSL to be homeUC to a Rudel/Ruddel family.

LudwigFN: said by the Boaro FSL to be fromUC Gera, Sachsen.  For 1798 reference see Mai1798: Ss07.

LudwigFN{Simon}: said by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Aschaffenburg.

LudwigFN{Paul}: said (no locality mentioned) by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Bayreuth.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LudwigFN: said by the Degott FSL to be fromUC Waslam?, Frankreich.

Ludwig/LudewigFN{G.Jacob}: Lutheran fromUC either Wuerttemberg or Baden-Durlach Margraviate arrived at Schleswig city, Schleswig Royal Duchy in June 1761.  With his wife {A.Eva} and 2 children he last reregistered in Denmark in January 1765 (EEE p.507). By the time of the Enders FSL they had settled there (FSL #31 which said he was fromUC Stuttgart).

LudwigFN: she was a servant in a Goetz household according to the Pleve version Jagodnaja Poljana FSL and said to be fromUC Nidda, while Kromm says she was from Unter Schmitten (p.32).

LudwigFN: he was an orphan living in a Machleit household but neither version of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL gives a place of origin for him.

Ludwig {Eliesabetha}: daughter of {J.Henr.} fromUC Unterschmidt (near Nidda per KS12)   married Beutel{Conrad/Konrad}  in Luebeck 26 June 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#714).  KS121 said they were heading for Yagodnaya Polyana.  This couple arrived in Russia 13 Sept. 1766 (Kulberg6217).  Later that year they took transport from Oranienbaum to the Volga (T6893 & 6894).  .   This couple had by Sept 1767 settled in Jagodnaya Poljana #24.

Ludwig/Ludowig/LudewigFN{G.Christian/J.Christian}:  married in Luebeck 9 June1766 Dietrich{A.Eleonora}; another source spells it Ludewig (Mai&Marquardt#206). Not found in T. By 23 July 1767 {J.Christian & A.Eleonora} had settled at  Katharinenstadt FSL #17, which said he was from Gera, Thueringen.    Not found in T or in Mai1798.

LudwigFN{Johann}: said by the Laub FSL to be fromUC Saryhausen?, Wuerttemberg.

Ludwig{J.Andreas+w}: A Luebeck ML said this Ludewig man married in 1766 a Nuernberger woman (Mai&Marquardt#130).  Kulberg113 said they were fromUC [Kur-]Sachsen.  Not found in T.  Said by the Ober-Monjou FSL (#6) to be fromUC Auma, [Kur-]Sachsen. 

Ludwig{Philipp+w}: Kulberg102 said they were Catholic fromUC Nuernberg.  Not found in T.  Said by the Orlovskaya FSL (#71) to be fromUC Spalt, Nuernberg.

LudwigFN{Philipp}: said by the Phillipsfeld FSL (#9a) to be an orphan in the Wilhelm household.

Ludwig{Catharina}: her daughter with husband Has{Matteus} was baptized 18 July 1766 in Luebeck (Mai&Marquardt#1326).  No further information.

LudwigsburgGL, Ludwigsburg [Amt], Wuerttemberg: proven by the GCRA to be home to the Meier family which went to Bergdorf; see their book for more details.

LudwigsburgGL, Wuerttemberg [Duchy]: is some 6 miles N of Stuttgart, Baden-Wuerttemberg. Said by the Brabander FSL to be homeUC to a Demm family.  Said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to an Erb family.

Ludwigsburg [Amt]GL, Wuerttemberg: is some 6 miles N of Stuttgart city, and was an administrative district center.

Ludwigshafen [Amt]GL, Pfalz: was a District administrative center just NW of Mannheim city.

LueaFN:  maiden name of frau Strauss in Zug.

Luea{Peter}: he and his Fablering wife were in Zug in 1798 (Zg7), but they are listed in no FSL nor in T, nor is there any indication they moved to Zug from another colony, so they are possible Zug first settlers.

Luebbecke{Christoph}: married Breyer{A.Sophia} in Rosslau 10 April 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#938).  Not found in Kulberg, T, any published FSL or in Mai1798.

LuebbenGL, Brandenburg: I am guessing this was Leben, Brandenburg; the only Luebben I can find was in Kursachsen.

LuebeckGS: in the 1760s there were two countries named Luebeck: Luebeck Imperial City (which from 1226 to 1810 held lands mostly to the SW and NE of today’s city) and Luebeck Bishopric (which held lands outside of the city including a big isolated chunk to the NW completely surrounded by Holstein Duchy).  I have been unable to distinguish between them in the FSL references.  The city today is on the Baltic 32.6 miles NE of Hamburg city.  No locality was mentioned in any of the following references:  Said by the Bauer FSL to be homeUC to Jorgens and Wilhelm families.  Said by the Dobrinka FSL to be homeUC to a Erbes family.  Said by the Doenhof FSL to be homeUC to a Kron family.  Said by the Enders FSL to be homeUC to Petersen, Sond, and von Bracken? families.  Said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to a Baumann family.  Said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Feidel family. .  Said by the Kratzke FSL to be homeUC to a Nigens?/Niedens family. . Said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be homeUC to a Kessel family.  Said by the Rosenheim FSL to be homeUC to Bruedersohn and Schreider families.  Said by the Schaefer FSL to be homeUC to the Fabian family.  Said by the Schulz FSL to be homeUC to the Schulz{J.Jacob} family.  Said by the Stahl-am-Karaman FSL to be homeUC of Frank/Frans{Martin Christoph}.  Said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to Matthisen{Johann} and Scheidt families.  Said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to a Brott{Zacharius} and a Detler family.  Most likely the majority of colonists for Russia in 1764-66 took ship for Russia at the Luebeck port.

LuebertFN: said by the Boaro FSL to be fromUC Oranienbaum, Dessau.  Also spelled Loebert (Mai&Marquardt#1116).   I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Luecklein{Elisabeth}: KS144 says she married in Rosslau in 1765.  She did marry Dippolt{Balthasar Jacob}  there on 29 June 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#1036).  I did not find them in any later source.

Lueckstedt, [Kur-]Brandenburg: Said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to an Arndt family.  Said by an earlier translation of the Warenburg FSL to be spelled Lickstadt.

Lueckstedt?GL, [Kur-]Sachsen[??]: said by the Jost FSL to be homeUC to a Doerfler family.  The only Lueckstedt that I can find was in Kurbrandenburg some 77 miles NW of Berlin city.

Luedander? FN: said by the Schwed FSL to be fromUC Stockholm, Schweden with s Dotz orphan boy in the household.

Luedern/Luder{Carl Ernest}: husband of  Eichstedt{A.Elis.} and father of  {J.Jacob Adam} who was baptized in Luebeck 4 June 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#1313). On 10 Aug 1766 Luder{Carl, wife {Catharina} and 6 children arrived in Russia, he said to be fromUC Mecklenburg (Kulberg4304) (T4034-4041).  No later record found.

Luedern{J.Jacob Adam}: son of {Carl Ernest} and his Eichstedt wife{A.Elis.}, who was baptized in Luebeck 4 June 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#1313).  On 10 Aug 1766 Luder{Carl, wife {Catharina} and 6 children arrived in Russia, he said to be fromUC Mecklenburg (Kulberg4304) (T4034-4041).  No later record of them.  No later record found.

Lueders: she married a Michaelsen man in Luebeck in 1765; they were not found in the Transport List and have not been found resident in Russia (Mai&Marquardt#16).

Luedershausen-bei-Artlenburg, [Lueneburg Principality, Kurbraunschweig]: is 11 km NNE of Lueneburg city and was said by the Urbach FSL to be homeUC  to the Wagner{Sigmund} family.

LuenebergFN: see Linenberg.

LueneburgGL: said by the Dinkel FSL to be homeUC to Hollbeck? and perhaps Elers? families.  This was either the next entry or the one after that.

Lueneburg, Lueneburg Principality, Kurbraunschweig: is 26 miles SE of Hamburg city centre and was the principal city of Lueneburg Principality the possessions of which were in 1760 incorporated into Kurbraunschweig.

Lueneburg PrincipalityGL: seated in the city of the same name, the lands of this principality were incorporated into Kurbraunschweig in 1760 and for a time was maintained as a political entity by them.  It was large and its lands stretched from just S of Hamburg city almost as far S as Hannover city, and from a bit W of Walsrode on E to well E of Lueneburg city and Gifhorn.

LueneburgGL, Hannover: said by the Lauwe FSL to be homeUC to a Schroeder family.

Lueneburg-StadtGL: said by the Dinkel FSL to be homeUC to a Schubach family.  Undoubtedly the same place as Lueneburg listed above.

LueningFN: this family name was found recorded in Schotten parish records for many generations prior to 1767; see Flegel trip.

LuettichauGL, Saxony: see Litikh.

LuesemannFN said by the Frank FSL to be fromUC Weissenbach, Freie Adelprovinz der alten Ritter(?).

Luetenburg: see Luetersburg.

Luetersburg?, [Holstein Duchy]: said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to the Tralmann family.

Luetersburg?, Holstein [Duchy]: said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to the Arendt and Klopmann families.  This is probably is Luetenburg  29 km E of Kiel city.

LuetjenburgGL, Schleswig-Holstein: see Lutenburg.

Luettich [Bishopric]GS: [aka Liege Bishopric], said (no locality mentioned) by the Kano FSL to be homeUC to a widow Gross{Eleonora}.  Said (no locality mentioned) by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Lamack family.  Luettich, was the German form of the name.  Liege is the French form of the name.

Luetzelbach[, Breuberg Condominium]: is 10 miles SW of Hoechst-im-Odenwald and was the birthplace of  the Ort(h) who settled in Frank (Gieg1).  EEE p.460 says this was homeUC to Jaeckel/Jeckel{J.Peter} who settled and died in Denmark, his widow and sons going to Rosenheim.

Luetzelbach, Lichtenberg Amt, Hessen-Darmstadt Landgraviate: this actually was the place listed in the previous entry

LuetzelburgGLN town is 12 km NW of Augsburg city centre.

LuetzelhausenGL, Hanau: is some 11 miles ENE of Hanau city, and said by the Kolb FSL to be homeUC to a Wilhelm family.

Luetzelstein AmtGL, Elsass: now called La Petite-Pierre, Alsace, an administrative center some 7.5 miles NNW of Saverne city.

LuetzigFN: said by the 1798 Mariental census to be the maiden name of Frau Stuab (Mai1798:Mt55).  The Mariental FSL says she was fromUC Zweibruecken (no locality indicated).

LuetzowFN:  listed in the Bergdorf 1816 census (KS:660) without origin.  Passport lists (KS:986) give Grosspolen as origin – not verified.  Also spelled Liezo.

Luezelburg/LuetzelburgGS: was a Schwaben Knight’s Holding within the Neckar Kanton.

LufftFN: this woman according to the Budeingen ML married Helffbein in 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#523); by 1767 this couple was in Stephan.

LufftFN: also see Luft.

LuftFN{Johann}: said by the Frank FSL to be fromUC Ulfa, Hessen-Darmstadt.  A Luebeck ML says that this Lufft man and a Roht woman, both fromUC the area of Darmstadt, married in 1766 at the St. Jacob’s pastor’s home (Mai&Marquardt#254).

LuftFN{Johannes and A.Maria}: these step-children by Kles’ first wife were said by the Kromm version of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to be either fromUC Hetzbach, Breuberg [County], or from Ober Lais, Nidda [Amt, Hessen-Darmstadt] (pp.28, 34).  Brent Mai (Feb. 2013) says their origin has been found.

LuftFN: said by the Kraft FSL to be fromUC Ikt(?), Darmstadt.

Luft{Heinrich}, {Johannes},  and {Wilhelm}: these men are likely Schilling first settlers and are found at #32, #84 and #82 respectively in the Schilling 1775 census.  On the Schilling website, Gary Martens says the family origin was inUC Wallernhausen, Hessen.

LuftFN: this woman was said by KS:119 to have married Arnold{J.Peter}who was said  to have been fromUC Hetzbach near Erbach.  They have not been found in any FSL.

Lufft{A.Margar.}: nee Pinzel: married Cleer{J.Hinr.} in Luebeck 7 Aug 1766 both fromUC [Hessen-]Darmstadt [Landgraviate] (Mai&Marquardt#283).  I did not find them in any other source.

Lugano?, [Switzerland?]: said by the Schwed FSL to be homeUC to the Mueller{J.Heinrich} and {J.Jacob} families.

Lugarn?FN: said by the Preuss FSL to be fromUC Zegendorf, Bamberg.

LugovoyeVV: a Russian name for VolmerVV.

LugowojVV: a Russian name for VolmerVV.

LuhmFN: said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be fromUC Berlin, Brandenburg.

LuiVV : an alternate name for LouisVV .

Luid?FN: said by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Alenkrinhausen?.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LuisFN: said by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Kiel.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

Luisenfeld KolonieGL, Nowy Dwor [Amt?]: an unidentified place said to have been N of Warsaw city [16 miles NW where the largest of the Nowy Dwors is; but there was a Luisenfelde nka Dabrowa Disupia, Poland, 12 miles E of Hohensalza – rak], and reported to be the birthplace of a Faas son.  See the GCRA book for details.

LuithieFN: see Liedle.

LukartFN: said by the Belowescher Kolonien FSL to be fromUC Nassau (no locality mentioned).

LukasFN: see Lokas.

Lulea?FN: said by the Boregard FSL to be fromUC Alenkrinhausen?.  I could not find this family in the 1798 Volga censuses.

LummFN: said by the 1798 Neidermonjou census to be the maiden name of frau Binatel.

Lund?, Schweden: is 39 km E of Kopenhagen city and was said by the Schaefer FSL to be homeUC to the Hermann{Johann} family.

LundgruenFN: said by the 1798 Schulz census to be the maiden name of frau Zitzer.

LungerinFN: see Londerin.

Lungrin/Lingren?)FN: said by the Kratzke FSL to be fromUC Darmstadt.

Luoma?, Finnland: an unidentified place said by the Stahl-am-Tarlyk FSL to be homeUC to the Steinmann family.  There are 8 Luoma in Finland.

LusackerFN: said by the Hildman FSL to be fromUC Gelnhausen [Imperial City].  Spelled Loseker in 1798 (Mai1798:Hd2).

LusatiaGL/GS: former Margraviates (Upper and Lower) which in 1635 were folded into Kursachsen.

Luschkawitz, Kamenka, Podolia: a unidentified place where the GCRA says frau Hagstoz was born in 1787.  There is a Loshkovtsy 27 miles NNE of Kamyannetz, Ukraine.

Luska, Posen, Poland: an unidentified place where the GCRA says frau Just was born in 1782.

Lussbach(?)GL, was an unidentified locality which according to the Frank FSL was in Freie Adelprovinz der alten Ritter(?) and was homeUC to a Kroening family.  This might possibly be Launsbach some 20 miles NNW of Friedberg, Hesse.

LustFN{J.Philipp}: said by the Stumpp version of the Jagodnaja Poljana FSL to be fromUC Umstadt/Gr.Umstadt, Buedingen, Hessen, but the Pleve version says they were fromUC Umstadt, Erbach.  The Kromm version says the place was Hochst, Ulmstadt, Breuberg County [that is Umstadt].  Jim Pickelhaupt says he found this man’s origin.

LustFN: a Lust woman (no origin given) married a Morasch man in Luebeck in 1766, after which they moved to Jagodnaja Poljana (Mai&Marquardt#162).

Lust{M.Katharina}: listed in 1798 as wife of  Diesing{Philipp} in  Yagodnaya Polyana (Mai1798:Yp5).

Lustig{Elizabeth}FN: this widow is listed in Rosenheim in 1798 (Rm14) but I cannot find her in any FSL

LustnauGL, Tuebingen [Amt], Wuerttemberg: is about ½ miles NE of Tuebingen city, and was proven by GCRA to be home to the Kraenzler/Kranzler families that went to Glueckstal.  Mistakenly said by the 1816 Kassel census (#75) to be homeUC to the Knapp{Valentin} family.  See the GCRA book for more.

Lustnau, Tuebingen [Amt], Wuerttemberg:

LutenburgGL, Holstein [Duchy]: said by the Merkel FSL to be homeUC to a Walter family.  This probably is Luetjenburg, some 18 miles E of Kiel.

LuthFN: see Lud and Lutz.

LutherbornGL, Isenburg: an unidentified place said by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to Gutjahr‘s wife.

LutzFN said by the Balzer FSL to be from Isenburg.  Bonner proved this Lotz man was baaptized in and married his Hart wife in Aulendiebach, Isenburg[-Buedingen County).  The maiden name of the wife is given as Herdt in 1798 (Mai1798:Bz26); also see Bz34.

LutzFN: said by the Dietel FSL to be fromUC Zenberg(?), Darmstadt.  In 1798 spelled both Lutz (Mai1798:Gk58) and Lutzi (Dt51).

LutzFN said by the Frank FSL to be fromUC Nuernberg.  This may be the Lutze man who married a Kesisch woman in 1766 in Rosslau (Mai&Marquardt#988).

LutzFN: listed by the 1816 Glueckstal census (KS:674, 3361) with no origin.  The GCRA found reason to believe the family came fromUC Ouerwinken, Batschka, Hungary; see their book for more detail.  Also spelled Lud, Ludt, and Luth.

LutzFN: said by the Grimm FSL to be fromUC Mannheim.

LutzFN: perhaps not found in an FSL but was in the 1775 Grimm census #94.  For 1798 see Mai1798:Gm179.

LutzFN: arrived in South Russia in 1818 and 1819; later settled in Gueldendorf, Odessa; family records found by Curt Renz in Gondelsheim, Bretten Amt, Baden.

Lutz{Hans Michael}: Lutheran fromUC Anspach, arrived at Fridericia, Juetland Royal Province in May 1760.  With wife and 7 children he last reregistered in Denmark in Dec 1764.  They arrived at Kronstadt in May 1766.  While in Oranienbaum in Aug 1766 he submitted a written application to settle in Hirschenhof colony in Latvia (EEE p.508).   

Lutz{Adam/J.Adam}: Lutheran fromUC Neulossheim, Maulbronn Klosteramt, Speyer Unteramt, arrived in Schleswig in March 1761.  With wife and child he last reregistered in Denmark in Dec 1764 (EEE p.508).   {J.Adam} son of Lutz{J.Adam} and his Staatswiesel wife {A.M.Elisabeth} was baptized in Luebeck 12 March 1766 (Mai&Marquardt#1282).  He, wife {Elisabeth} and 3 children arrived at Kronstadt 20 May 1766 (Kulberg211).  While in Oranienbaum in Aug 1766 he submitted a written application to settle in Hirschenhof colony in Latvia (EEE p.508).   Kulberg211 and p.24 also said they came fromUC [Kur-]Pfalz and  went to Livonia.

LutzFN: a Lutz woman fromUC Langenschwartz may have been the wife of the Ruhl man who went to Kraft (Mai&Marquardt#648).

LutzFN: Bonner found that their Buedingen marriage record said that this wife in the Pinecker couple that went to Moor was fromUC Aulendiebach.

Lutz{Friedrich/Georg F.}FN: said by both the 1816 Neudorf census (#19) and KS:361 to have come fromUC Reichenbach, Wuerttemberg. Using FHL#1,475,167, the GCRA proved their origin in Deckenfronn, Herrenberg [Amt], Calw [OberAmt], Wuerttemberg.  See the GCRA book for more.

LutzFN{J.Georg}: said by the Neidermonjou FSL to be fromUC Wittenberg.

LutzFN: said by the Pfeiffer FSL to be fromUC Wuerzburg no locality indicated.  The 1798 Pfeiffer census says his wife's maiden name was Mueller (Mai1798:Pf78). 

LutzFN: this widow was said (no locality mentioned) by the Schaefer FSL to be fromUC Danzig [Free City].

LutzFN: said by the Warenburg FSL to be fromUC Koepfingen?, Wuerttemberg [Duchy] [sic?].  For 1788 and 1798 see Mai1798:Mv2981 and Dn39.

LutzFN: this family name was found recorded in Winterhausen marriage records 1760-1769; see Flegel trip.

LutzFN: also see Lud.

Lutze{Vollmerr Benjamin}: married Erbig{Catharina} 22 May 1766 in Rosslau (Mai&Marquardt#987).  KS144 and 127 mistakenly have the year as 1765.  Found in no later source.

LutzeFN: also see Lutz.

Lutzhoff FN: see Luzaft.

LutziFN: see Lutz.

Luvis?, Schweiz?: said by the Galka FSL to be homeUC to a Norberg family.  This may have been 52 miles SE of Zuerich city.

LuxFN: said by the 1798 Herzog census to be the maiden name of frau Braun{Andreas/Hans Adam}of the Rohleder FSL #10 (Mai1798:Hr10).

LuxembourgGL: the main city of LuxembourgGS state, situated some 25 miles SW of Trier and some 118 miles WSW of Frankfurt-am-Main.

Luxembourg/Luxemburg [Duchy]GS: it often controlled more than present-day Luxembourg plus the large Luxembourg province of Belgium.  From 1697-1797 it was a possession of the Spainish king. In none of the following references is any locality mentioned:  Said   by the Brabander FSL to be homeUC to Konrad{Adam} and Marusch families.  Said by Kuhlberg to be homeUC to the Stieber orphan girl listed by the Brabander FSL as living in the Mader household.  Said by the Cheisol FSL to be homeUC  to a Kieffert/Manrich family. Said   by the Franzosen FSL to be homeUC to a Malque family.  Said   by the Graf FSL to be homeUC to Buchholz, Kunz, and Zimmermann families.  Said   by the Kamenka FSL to be homeUC to an Astian family.  Said   by the Katharinenstadt FSL to be homeUC to a Heidecker family.  Said  by the Mariental FSL to be homeUC to Bersch, Dreher, and Hermann families.  Said   by the Roethling FSL to be homeUC to a Flanz family.  Said by the Schoenchen FSL to be homeUC to Schoenchen and Waldweiten families.  Said by the Warenburg FSL to be homeUC to Nissen stepson of Koch.

Luz{Jacob}FN: said by KS:362 to have gone fromUC Beinberg, Calw [Amt], Wuerttemberg toUC Kassel.

Luzaft?FN: said by the Enders FSL to be fromUC Schleswig-Holstein (no locality mentioned).  The family name in 1798 was spelled Lutzhoff (Mai1798:En26).

LuzernVV (aka Michailowka, Remmler, Roemmler): a Lutheran German colony founded in 1767 on the eastern side of the Volga river not far from Meinhard.  To the best of my knowledge no copy of its First Settlers’ List has been found and published.  Anyone learning of such a docient, please let us know immediately.  However, we have origin information on some of its first or nearly first settlers – this information is available in “Kolonisten des Lokators Beauregard, die voruebergehend in anderen Kolonien angesiedelt wuerden” in pages 349-380 of Pleve, Einwanderung …, vol.4. The numbers in parens below indicate the position of a family in that list, identified in this Index as Lk.  In addition, we have family names of some who probably were first settlers here based on (1) other colonies having said they moved in from Luzern or (2) they were living in Luzern in 1798 – and in both cases I found no record saying they had moved from any other village to Luzern, and they were not found in any printed FSL.  Such families listed below with  no origin and have no number in parens following their name.  Placenames in italics are taken from Kuhlberg lists as printed in the Pleve books.

from Bamberg [Bishopric]: (Burghardt{Nicolaus}44, Degner{A.Maria50);

from Bieber, [Hanau County]: (Voelker{Jacob}83);

from Blankenbach, [Hessen-Kassel Landgraviate?): ( Reit21);

from Breitfurt, [Pfalz-Zweibruecken Duchy]: (Flach{Valentin}129);

from Buchfeld?, [Bamberg Bishoric]: (Amon{Caspar}49);

from Fugenhausen?: Mei{Georg}81);   

from Greissenheim: (Griessling{Heinrich}71, {J.Georg}72);

from Hessbach: (Brant{Conrad141);

from Kastel: (Fraas{Wolfgang}39);

from Lauenheim?: (Burghardt{Georg}150);

from Lohr, [Kurmainz?]: (Lembach{Anton}41 and {Paul}40);

from Medewitz: (Heglein?{Michael}51);

from Mengen?: (Braun{Johannes}80);

from Merzhausen: (Heil{Johannes}82);

from Neustadt: (Magar{Christoph}63);

from Neustadt: (Diehl{Jacob}79);

from Niederusel?, [Frankfurt Imperial City]: (Werner{Philipp}95);

from Niederwald: (Diebach{Jacob)56);

from Notzing?, [Kurbayern]: (Weimann{Joseph}55);

from Obermoerlen, [Kurmainz]: (Richmeier{Johannes}73);

from Orb, [Kurmainz}: (Bassert?{Adam}118, Bauer{Adam}113, {Johann}64, and {J.Jacob}114, Heil{Adam}59, Herr{J.Peter}65, Meier(Heinrich)66), Pfeifer{Jacob}57, Ritter{Jacob}52, {Johannes}52,  Schlotter{Philipp}115;

from Rehbach: (Timant?{Johannes}116 and maybe Regner{Andreas & Anton}116a);

from Sogerheim?: (R{Philipp}45);

from Stromberg?, [Kurpfalz]: (Baecker{Johann}138);

from Suhl, [Kursachsen]: (Kesslering{J.Stephan}148);

from Waldhurn?, [Kurmainz]:  (Schmidt{Johannes}97);

from Wirtheim, [Kurmainz]: Ras?{Jacob}93) .

Other possible first settlers: Ackermann{M.Katharina}, Basser{A.Maria}, Beck{Katharina}, Becker{A.Margaretha nee Kleinshnis], Becker{Elizaberth}, Becker{Johannes}, Block{Elizabeth}, Boes: see Postin, Boet{Mattias}, Bruchmann{Elisabeth}, Christin?{Susanna}, Degner{Konrad}, Demond/Dermuth{Georg}, Gak{Dorothea}, Gak{widow}, Hack{Conrad}43a, Hartner{Leonhardt}, Hasselbaum{Gertrude}, Johann{Martin}, Kaiser{Magdalena}, Kirchgessner{Valentin}, Klaassen{M.Eva}, Lechner{Leonard},  Lingantin?{MagdalenaE}, Meier{Wilhelm}, Mertz&Marx{Johannes}, Mitter{Katharina}, Pastel , Pikner{Heinrich}, Postin{Elisabeth}, Reichmesser{Elisabeth}, Remmler{Jakob}, Reuter{Johann}, Ritter{Christina}, Ruff{Walpurga}, Schmelzer/Schmeltzer {Johann}, Schmidt{Johann}, Spieter{Gottfried}, Svivakhim?{A.Maria}, von der Au{Johannes}, Yeglnin?{Dorothea}, Yemer{Johann}, Yeshin{Elizabeth}.

LydeckenGL: see Leidhecken.

LydershausenGL: is 12 miles SSE of Koblenz city, and said by the Boregard FSL to be homeUC to an Oper? family and possibly to a Windemann family.

Lyon, Frankreich: is 70 miles SW of Geneva; also see Lion.

LysanderhausenGL, Saxony: an unidentified place, said by the Merkel FSL to be homeUC to a Neumann family.

Lyubets(?)GL, Kurmainz: an unidentified place said by the Preuss FSL to be homeUC to a Krug family.

LyufFN: see Lofling.

 

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