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| SCHÖNAU / SCHOENAU | SCHÖNCHEN / SCHOENCHENSCHÖNDORF / SCHOENDORF |
| SCHÖNESEE / SCHOENESEE | SCHÖNFELD / SCHOENFELDSCHÖNTAL / SCHOENTALSCHUCKSCHULZ |
| SCHWABSCHWEDSEELMANCANTON SEELMANSEEWALD | SELZ | SEMENOVKASHCHERBATOVKA |
| SIBERIA | SIEBENBURGEN SACHSENSOFIENTAL | SOLODYRI | SOLOTHURNSOUTH AMERICA | SPARRAU |
| SPEYER/SPEIER | ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA  | STAHL am KARAMAN | STAHL am TARLYK | STEPHAN |
| STRASSBURG | STRASSENDORFSTRAUBSULZ | SUSANNENTALSWEDISH COLONIES |

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SAMARA  top
Flyers  from St. George Evangelical Lutheran Church. 1 written in German.  3 written in English

Gosudarstvennij Arkhiv Samarskoj Oblasti. Cyrillic text. 2 pamphlets.

Description of German Settlers Clothing from Fond 558 file #301 Inventory 1 State Archive of Samara. English translation. 4pgs.

SAMAU, CRIMEA   top
Map of village from Heimatbuch1960
SARATA, BESSARABIA   top
Map 1, Quadrant D-8, 46 01 N 29 40 E

1848 History and description of village

Evangelical Lutheran Personal Buch 29 pgs. Donated by Arthur Flegel.

Personal Buch 1834: See Gnadental Village File

Kirchspiel 1834-1855 15 pgs. Donated by Arthur Flegel.

List of Documents from the Izmail Archives from Ted Becker.  3 pgs.

SARATOV, VOLGA   top
List of German surnames as taken from Russian Telephone Directory for villages of Frank, Aleshniky, Hussenbach, Krasny Jar, Nizhnjaya Dobrinka, Tarapatino, Alexandrovka, Zhirnovsk and Novinka

Saratov District Gazette, Part 2 of No. 47 and No. 48, Saturday, November 27, 1854 (in Russian)

Church Record extractions from Engels Archives

Information from GER-RUS Listserve on history of city of Saratov

Correspondence related to Yost and Finh family names

The Lower Volga Villages Sheet (11-01)

Leaving Russia donated by Esther Eberly

CD containing Saratov Church Papers donated by Sally Zitzer

List of photographs from the Saratov Museum of Regional Studies

Listing in LDS Library of holdings for the Saratov area donated by Ted Gerk

Pamphlet on Chernyshevsky Saratov State University, English text.10 pgs.

Walks in Saratov. Pamphlet with city plane, architectural sights and color photographs. Cyrillic and English text. 32 pgs.

Saratovskij Gosudarstvennyij Universitet Cyrillic text. pamphlet 1 pg.

5x8 picture cards of University of Saratov. 16 cards. Cyrill and English translation.

Recollections of St. Mary Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Saratov Community.
Donated by Alexander Scheiermann.  26 pgs Cyrillic and English text.

May Newsletter of the Evangelical Lutheran congregation  of Saratov.

Pamphlet on Aus der Geschichte der Wolgadeutschen.  German & Cyrillic text.  1pg.

November Newsletter of the Evangelical Lutheran congregation of Saratov.

December Newsletter of the Evangelical Lutheran congregation of Saratov.

January Newsletter of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Saratov.

March Newsletter of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Saratov

 

SAREPTA, VOLGA   top
Extracts from 1798 census for Galka and Stephan parishes documenting individuals who moved between villages. See Galka or Stephan for entire file.
SCHABO, BESSARABIA   top
1940 List of village inhabitants, obtained from Captured German Records Collection at National Archives
SCHÄFER / SCHAEFER, VOLGA   top
List of villages in Canton Krasnoyar with suggested reading list and map of region

Copies of photographs taken in Schäfer in April 1998

Information on the Brack, Fellinger, and Ertel families donated by Marlene Hintz

Descendants of Friedrich Markus

Information on Ertel family donated by Ron Ertel (non-member)

Information on the Christian Hermann born 1879.  Donated by Tom Hermann

SCHAFFHAUSEN, VOLGA   top
List of villages in Canton Katharinenstadt with suggested reading list and map of region

German Russian in China by Patrick Lipphardt

1834 Census for family name Lipphardt. 1 pg.

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SCHILLING, SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant C-4, 51 11 N 45 47 E

1775 List of colonists able to farm, from Fond 283, file 172

Translation of Minkh Encyclopedia entry for Schilling

Russian map of region indicating village

Schilling Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1 and 1995 Village Coordinator Report

Color copies of photos from Schilling, September 1999

Baptism papers of Johann Conrad Filbert

Information on Johannes Sinner/Sunner family, Zand family

Information on Filbert & Maul extracts from 1850,1857,1890-1900 Schilling family register

Roh/Filbert Marriage License. Donated Judy Runion. 1 pg

Descendents of Christine Maul. Donated by Christine Maul Weidner. 4 pgs.

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

SCHÖNAU / SCHOENAU, MOLOCHNA MENNONITE COLONIES   top
List of villages in Molochna Mennonite colonies with suggested reading list and map of region

Map of village, published in The Molotschna Villager, vol. 5, no. 2, July 1998

SCHÖNCHEN / SCHOENCHEN, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant F-1

List of villages in Canton Katharinenstadt with suggested reading list and map of region

Correspondence from Germany (in German), pertaining to village

Passenger Ships List for Schoenchen Russia, 3pgs. Donated by Denise Grau.

Letter from Maria Bar received in 1995.  Donated by Steven Grau.

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SCHÖNDORF / SCHOENDORF, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant F-4, 51 06 N 47 18 E

Brief history of village

Report on Aussiedler, Otto Felker's trip to America, June 1999

Village Coordinator Reports: 1998, 2008

Color copy of map of village (2 pages) prepared by Otto Felker

Copy of map of area in which village was located from the Pobotschnaya - Schoenfeldt Newsletter with letter from Otto Felker and copy of map he prepared of the village.

1857 Census donated by Laurin Wilhelm

Letter from Otto Felker submitted 3 June 1999 by Laurin Wilhelm

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

1857 Census Surnames from Brent Mai

SCHÖNESEE / SCHOENESEE, MOLOCHNA MENNONITE COLONIES   top
List of villages in Molochna Mennonite colonies with suggested reading list and map of region
SCHÖNFELD / SCHOENFELD, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant F-4, 51 07 N 47 22 E

Description of village

1996, 1998 Village Coordinator Report

Brief history of village by Laurin P. Wilhelm

Information and copies of photographs on Laurin P. Wilhelm's ancestors from Schönfeld;

History of Pobochnoye and Schönfeld

Pictorial documentation of Wilhelm family—move from Russia and Naturalization donated by Laurin Wilhelm

Correspondence of Laurin Wilhelm

1857 Census donated by Laurin Wilhelm

Argentinean relations of Wilhelm name

Looking for Amelia Wilhelm in South America from Lauren Wilhelm

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

1857 Census Surnames from Brent Mai

SCHÖNTAL / SCHOENTAL, SAMARA, VOLGA  top
Map 6, Quadrant F-4, 51 08 N 47 25 E

List of village inhabitants’ surnames to 1941

Letter/speech written by Johann Kromm, born in Schöntal, on 11 November 1996

Hand-drawn map of village by Johann Kromm

Brief history of village, by Laurin P. Wilhelm

1998 Village Coordinator report

1857 Census donated by Laurin Wilhelm

Peter Gotz Familien Geschichte submitted by Reuben Getz

Descendants of George Reisig

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

1857 Census Surnames from Brent Mai

 

SCHUCK, SARATOV, VOLGA  top
Map 6, Quadrant B-5, 50 47 N 45 20 E

The Ancestral Village of Schuck, by V. Thompson

List of villages in Canton Kamenka with map of region

Baurer Census 11-25-2001 prepared by Dr. Igor Pleve

Schamber Census donated by Bernice Williams

Hochnadel Census from Schuck Russia donated by Robert Hochnadel

Photocopy of "The Ancestral Village of Schuck" by V. Thompson   Dk 651.P37T46x

Schuck Colony/Schamber census donated by Bernice Williams

 

SCHULZ, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant E-2, 51 33 N 46 32 E

List of villages in Canton Krasnoyar with suggested reading list and map of region

1919 Map of village

1919 Map of village (hand drawn plan of settlement with the description of numbered areas and items). Donated by Fred Zitzer.

This village is part of the Lower Volga Village Project.  This village is included in the Lower Volga Village Newsletter.  First published as the Driespitz, Muehlberg, Shchebakova Sheet 1994-1998.  Published twice yearly as the Lower Volga Village Sheet.  Ask librarian for its location.

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SCHWAB, SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant C-7, 50 25 N 45 51 E

Extracts from 1798 census for Galka and Stephan parishes documenting individuals who moved between villages. See Galka or Stephan for entire file.

List of villages in Canton Kamenka with suggested reading list and map of region

Extracts from 1857 census

The Lower Volga villages Project information

The Lower Volga Village Sheet (11-01)

Siberian Release Paper of Jacob Friedrich Bogdanovich Eichman born in Schwab 1925, issued January 22, 1956 donated by John and Carolyn Groh

Surname Index of the 1798 Schwab Census donated by Janet Flickinger

Neue Erkenntnisse Zur Auswanderund Nach Russland 1766 by Ella Gieg. 20 pgs German text.

2008 Village Coordinators Report

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SCHWED, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant E-2, 51 36 N 46 30 E

List of villages in Canton Krasnoyar with suggested reading list and map of region

1912 Map of village

Correspondence from former village inhabitants

Article, Die Geschichte der Sowjet-deutschen in Bildern, publication unknown (in German)

Descendants of Fred Wiegand 

Descendants of Helen Schneider DeGraf

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SEELMAN, VOLGA   top
"Memories of Seelman" as printed in AHSGR Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1

Hand-drawn map of village

List of villages in Canton Seelman with suggested reading list and map of region

CANTON SEELMAN, VOLGA   top
List of villages in Canton Seelman with suggested reading list and map of region
SEEWALD, SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant B-5, 50 52 N 45 09 E

List of colonies in province with founding information and suggested reading list

Hand-drawn map of village

"Seewald" by Shirley Kloberdanz Arendt, listing surnames and genealogical information of village inhabitants

Extracts from 1816, 1834, and 1858 censuses of village

Artzer Census from Seewald Colony donated by Shirley Arndt

1857 (10th Revision List) donated by Nick and Barb Bretz

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

SELZ, KUCHURGAN, ODESSA   top
Map 2, Quadrant B-7, 46 40 N 29 58 E

Images of St. Michaels Church of Kandel and church of Assumption in Selz. SEE KANDEL FILE.

Images of village inhabitants and vineyard. Submitted by Orpha Fessler

List of Kutschergan Colonies w/Suggested reading list and map

Peter Weiss information 1pg. Donated by Marvin Weiss.

Information about Josef Schumacher, born October 3, 1904

 

SEMENOVKA, SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant B-7

List of villages in Canton Kamenka with suggested reading list and map of region

Extracts from 1798 census for Galka and Stephan parishes documenting individuals who moved between villages. See Galka or Stephan for entire file.

1834 Census of village with map of village and surrounding area

Excerpt from The German Colonies on the Lower Volga in German, by Gottlieb Beratz pertaining to Semenovka

Excerpts from Deutsche Erde and Zur Geschichte der deutschen Kolonisten im Saratowschen und Samarschen Gouvernement, 1764-1915 pertaining to village

Excerpt from Frankfurter Blätter für Familiengeschichte, Vol. 2, No. 8, August 1909 pertaining to village

Partial listing of village inhabitants’ surnames

Hand-drawn map of village

Correspondence pertaining to village

Photos of families from village submitted by Susan Heit

Christening of Adam Kleyn whose parents are Nikolaus and Ekaterina nee Lell Kleyn

EWZ Records for Valentine Schaab born July 10, 1910 1 pg German text

EWZ Records for Friedrich Schaab born August 15, 1920 3pgs German text

EWZ Record for Hartwig Heinrich born October 27, 1918. 3pgs German text

Aerial Map of Village 1pg, Donated by Ted Gerk

 

SHCHERBAKOVKA, (aka TSCHERBAKOWKA or MUEHLBERG) SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant C-6, 50 29 N 45 41 E

Description and historical summary of village with list of 1913 village inhabitants’ surnames, compiled by Andrew and Yvonne Domson

2 Topographical maps of village and surrounding area

1892 Map of region in Russian

1935 Map of the Autonomous Volga German Republic of the Soviet Union

2 Hand-drawn maps of village

Copy from AHSGR Map #62 of the Saratov Region, indicating the planned layout of the village

1993 Village Coordinator Report, includes:

Shcherbatovka Family Name file

Resources for Shcherbatovka Descendants

Copy of a photo of the Lutheran Church in Shcherbatovka

1994 and 1995 Village Coordinator Reports with various pieces of information pertaining to of village

1996 Village Coordinator Report, includes:

Family History List

Bibliography of The Dreispitz, Muehlberg / Shcherbatovka Sheet

Index of 1798 census

Extracts from 1798 census for Galka and Stephan parishes documenting individuals who moved between villages. See Galka or Stephan for entire file.

List of villages in Canton Kamenka with suggested reading list and map of region

Correspondence from former inhabitants of village

1997, 1998 Village Coordinator report

Information on the villages of Shcherbatovka, submitted by Kathy O'Malley;

Summary of contents of issues of The Lower Volga Villages Sheet, 1994-1999

The Lower Volga Villages Project annual report #1, May 1998,

The Lower Volga Villages Sheet, vol. 4, no. 1 (May 1999), vol. 4 no. 2 (Nov. 1999), vol. 7 no. 1 (May 2000)

The Lower Volga Villages Project information

Mulhberg by W Durov Wasennuller.

1998 Village Coordinator report

Reisig documents for surname chart donated by Faye Schautz

Becker documents for surname chart

Oblauder documents for surname chart

Kraft documents for surname chart

Ehrlich documents for surname chart

Lauben documents for surname chart

Stricker documents for surname chart

The Lower Volga Villages Sheet (11-01)

1850 Census (Revision List) Index Heads of Households transliterated by Lyudmila I. Koretnikova

This village is part of the Lower Volga Village Project.  This village is included in the Lower Volga Village Newsletter.  First published as the Driespitz, Muehlberg, Shcherbakovka Sheet 1994-1998.  Published twice yearly as the Lower Volga Village Sheet.  Ask librarian for its location.

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SIBERIA   top
Letter from Siberia. From Bishop Joseph Werth, Novosibrisk, Russia. 1pg.

Description of Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. From AFA Journal, February 1993. 5 pg

Tagebuch 1916-1919 by H. G. Wieler. Partial translation. Also, mentions Neu Samara.102 pg.

Dyck Family Information. Donated by Virginnia Dyck 1 pg.

Poems from Maria Reichert.  Donated by Elsa Neufeld. 3pgs.

SIEBENBURGEN SACHSEN / TRANSYLVANIAN GERMANS   top
Book Review of A Transylvanian Banker’s Life
SOFIENTAL, BESSARABIA   top
"Die Schiffsirene" from Mitteilungsblatt, June 2, 1994, Thursday

"Bericht über die Reise in mein Heimatdorf Sofiental in Bessarabien" by Berthold Mayer

SOLODYRI, VOLYNSK, UKRAINIAN VOLHYNIA   top
Map 3, Quadrant D-4, 50 33 N 28 21 E

Hand-drawn map of village

Copies of photos taken at village

SOLOTHURN, VOLGA (See also WITTMAN)   top
List of villages in Canton Katharinenstadt with suggested reading list and map of region

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SOUTH AMERICA  top
Correspondence and various pieces of information on genealogy of German Russians in South America and contacts for research in South America

Karte der russlanddeutschen Siedlungen in Sudamerika: Brasilien, Paraguay, Uraguay, and Argentinien. Bearb v Dr K. Stumpp

Organizations & individuals in South American to assist your research

Excerpts from book Antiquas tradiciones de los Amelmanes del Volga donated by Sam Brongardt

Translation from Singulares Costumbres Navidenas  (Unique Christmas Traditions)

List of Russian immigrants to Brazil donated by Erica Neumann-Durtschy

Church Records listing from Brazil of Germans who emigrated from Russia donated by Erica Neumann-Durtschy

List of ships arriving at different ports of South America with German Russians. Compiled by Gerado Waiman. (Este Mensaje lo envia Gerardo Waidman a lista de Ruso Alemanes de Argentina.) Donated by Frank Jacobs. 16 pg.

1881 Argentina Census, Entre Rios Province. From Jorge L. Gottig, Argentina. donated by Frank Jacobs. 28 pg.

Argentine settlement. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 1 pg

List of families surnames living in the village, Valle Maria, Marientha Ovizcacheras. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 1 pg.

Argentine to Kansas Migrations. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 2 pg.

Inforamtion on the Sieben and Jakob familes Pueblo San Jose. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 2 pg.

Information on births, marriages and deaths of persons from South America. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 24 pg.

List of Births and Deaths in South America. Donated by Frank Jacobs. 26 pg.

Copy of Bibel und Pflug printed in Curitiba Brazil. Dated 1 July 1980. German text. 8 pgs.

Map of the Wolgadeutschen in the Parana areas of South America

Church records for Paiol Grande. 1911-1918. 9 pg

3 maps of South America. 3 pgs. Donated by Clara Wertz family.

El Argentino Newspaper, dated 13 November 2008.  Article on German Russians. Spanish text.  Translation by Jan Siebert. 2pgs.

El Popular Newspaper, dated 16 November 2008.  Article on German Russians.  Spanish Text.  Translation included done by Jan Siebert, 4 pgs.

Information on Weizenfeld village Kaspar Muller who went to Argentina.  Donated by Alejandro Muller. 2pgs.

Article Associacao Menonita de Assistencia Social. 5pg., Spanish text

Information on Santiago Berberich, 26 pgs. Spanish text, German text, Cyrillic.  Donated by Dodie Rotherham.

Publication of the Wolga, Publicacion del Centro Argentino Cultural Wolgadeutsche Ano 1-#1, Oct. 2004, Marzo 2005, Abril/Mayo 2005.  Spanish text. 56 pgs.

Listado de miembros de la Comision Firective of the Centro Argentino Cultural Wolgadeutsche, 2005. 3 pgs. Spanish text.

 

SPARRAU, ZAPOROZHYE   top
Map of village

2 Poems of travel through South Russia

Correspondence pertaining to village

SPEYER/SPEIER, BEREZAN, ODESSA   top
Map 2, Quadrant E-5, 47 13 N 31 20 E

"Gemeinde Speyer: The village of Speyer, A German Village near the Black Sea, located in the Berezan Valley of South Russia" by Aubrey B. Marthaller

1944 Map of village

ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA  top
Newspaper article – two copies

"From Communism to Churches: GI minister, wife spend year working in Russia" and "Russian Woman comes to GI to learn about Lutheran Church" by Jake Bleed. The Independent

STAHL am KARAMAN, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant E-2, 51 37 N 46 32 E

"An Early Volga German Settlement List from the Wiesenseite" by David F. Schmidt

Family names from Stahl am Karaman

Stahl Family Questionnaires and Family Interviews

List of villages in Canton Krasnoyar with suggested reading list and map of region

Correspondence pertaining to village

Interview of Sophie Justus, October 2, 1984 by Henry Schmidt, Helen Rhode & David F. Schmidt

Extract of history of the Parish of Rosenheim, Volga Region

Gottlieb Jakob and Gottlieb Heinrich Wolf information, Donated by Eileen Huebner, 2pgs

 

STAHL am TARLYK, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant C-4, 51 09 N 45 55 E

List of villages in Canton Kukkus with suggested reading list and map of region

1910 Map of village

1983 List of individuals interested in village

Brief description of village

Suggested references for the village

Der Stahler Newsletter, Issue No. 1

Village Coordinator Reports, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2008

List of heads of household in 1857 census for Stahl am Tarlyk. Compiled by Vlad Soshnikov of RAGAS

Stepnoye: A new settlement in an old place published in AHSGR Newsletter No. 85, Winter 1996, by Irma E. Eichhorn

List of names of heads of household from the 1857 census of Stahl am Tarlyk, prepared by Vlad Soshnikov of RAGAS

1857 census list for Stahl Am Tarlyk

der Stahler, Issue No 16, Spring 2000

Letter from Diana Bell resigning as Editor of the Der Stahler Newsletter

1811 Births in Stepnoye (Stahl am Tarlyk) donated by Dodie Rotherham

Letter and picture from Mary Sinner Gilmore of Hergenreder and Sinner families

Descendants of Johannes Nilmeier. Donated by Sharon White. 3 pgs

Amended Frank Family chart. Donated by Evelyn Rudolf. 

Amended Scheidt Family chart. Donated by Evelyn Rudolf. 

Amended Haar Family chart. Donated by Evelyn Rudolf.

Items available from village coordinator Paul Koehler.  4 pgs.

2009 Village Coordinators Report.

Camel Hair Felt Boots told to Paul Koehler by Fred Bork.

Letter from Diane Bell resigning as Editor of the Der Stahler Newsletter

 

STEPHAN, SARATOV, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant C-6, 50 32 N 45 38 E

Extracts from 1798 census for Galka and Stephan parishes documenting individuals who moved between villages

Article pertaining to inhabitants of village during 1922 famine

Extracts from 1857 census of village

The Lower Volga Villages Project information

Breife unserer Bruder aus Russland

The Lower Volga Villages Sheet (11-01)

The Lower Volga Village Sheets Vol. XI #2 Nov. 2004

Surname Index of the 1798 Stephan Census donated by Janet Flickinger

This village is part of the Lower Volga Village Project.  This village is included in the Lower Volga Village Newsletter.  First published as the Driespitz, Muehlberg, Shchebakova Sheet 1994-1998.  Published twice yearly as the Lower Volga Village Sheet.  Ask librarian for its location.

STRASSBURG, KUCHURGAN, ODESSA   top
Map 2, Quadrant B-7, 46 45 N 29 59 E

List of villages in Kuchurgan Colonies with suggested reading list and map of region

Index to 1852 Census List. 8 pg

EWZ57 films AA3342-EWZ57-S007 and AA3342-EWZ57-S0079 listings. Donated by Kathy Mangold. 33 pages.

2009 Village Coordinators Report

STRASSENDORF, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant F-5, 50 58 N 47 20 E

Information on Schlegel family from village

Brief history of village by Laurin P. Wilhelm

Correspondence to Laurin P. Wilhelm from descendant of Strassendorfer

Village Coordinator Reports - 1998, 2008

 

STRECKERAU, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant D5, 50 37 N, 46 50 E

Surname Database Project (13 pages)

Rescuing families deported in 1941 (2 pages)
 
STRAUB, SAMARA, VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant D-5, 50 58 N 46 06 E

List of villages in Canton Kukkus with suggested reading list and map of region

Information on Bopp family from village

1995 Village Coordinator Report

Straub Birth Records, 1797-1852 (incomplete)

List of Germans deported from the western provinces to Skatovka (Straub) in 1915

1998 Village Coordinators Report

Comments on the DIEL chart from the Russian researchers

2006 Village Coordinator Newsletter

Births in (Scatofka) Straub 1800-1810 donated by Dodie Rotherham

Descendants of Johann Georg Gleim. Donated by Sharon White. 6 pgs

2009 Village Coordinators Report

SULZ, BEREZAN, ODESSA   top
Map 2, Quadrant E-5, 47 05 N 31 28 E

Village Coordinator report, 1997 (for villages Sulz, Speier, Rosental, and Neusatz)

SUSANNENTAL (see WINKELMANN), VOLGA   top
Map 6, Quadrant F-1

Hand drawn map of Susannental as remembered by Rev. William Werner from notes and sketches done in 1975

Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 2,Volume 3 Issues 1&2, Volume 4 Issue 1

Index Report: Residents, Listed by Name with sex, where born and death if included

Susannental 1700-1834: List of names, Birth/Place; Marriage/ Marriage Date

Susannental ship records

John Werner information from Clarence Kissler

1913 Map of Susannental as Remembered by Reverend William Werner (from notes and sketches by John Werner.) 1 pg.

SWEDISH COLONIES, NIKOLAEV, KHERSON   top
Map 23, Quadrant K-6, 46 53 N 33 35 E

ALT-SCHWEDENDORF, MÜHLHAUSENDORF, SCHLAGENDORF, KLOSTERDORF

Description of colonies in German

1942 Report of Reichsminister on Mühlhausendorf

1942 Report of Reichsminister on Klosterdorf

1942 Report of Reichsminister on Alt-Schwedendorf

Article from Lutherische Dienst pertaining to congregation in Schlagendorf

Map of Schlagendorf from Heimatbuch 1958

Correspondence pertaining to of villages

Neue Wege am Rande des Ruins: 110 jähriges Kirchenjubiläum in Schlagendorf. Published in Lutherischer Dienst, 34. Jahrgang, 1998, Heft 1.

Information from GER-RUS Listserve on deportation of Swedish colonies’ inhabitants in 1943

"Frankische Glocken uber dem Dnjepr: Das erste lutherische Gotteshaus in der Sudukraine— Krise einer Disporakirche" Published in Dutherischer Dienst, 32 Jahrgang, 1996 Heft 1

"Belehrendes und Unterhaldendes. Die schwedischen Kolonien (Alt-Schwiedendrof, Muhlhausendorf, Schlagendorf, Klosterdorf

2009 Village Coordinators Report


| SAMARASAMAUSARATASARATOVSAREPTASCHABOSCHÄFER / SCHAEFER | SCHAFFHAUSENSCHILLING |
| SCHÖNAU / SCHOENAU | SCHÖNCHEN / SCHOENCHENSCHÖNDORF / SCHOENDORF |
| SCHÖNESEE / SCHOENESEE | SCHÖNFELD / SCHOENFELDSCHÖNTAL / SCHOENTALSCHUCKSCHULZ |
| SCHWABSCHWEDSEELMANCANTON SEELMANSEEWALD | SELZ | SEMENOVKASHCHERBATOVKA |
| SIBERIA | SIEBENBURGEN SACHSENSOFIENTAL | SOLODYRI | SOLOTHURNSOUTH AMERICA | SPARRAU |
| SPEYER/SPEIER | ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA  | STAHL am KARAMAN | STAHL am TARLYK | STRECKERAU |STEPHAN |
| STRASSBURG | STRASSENDORFSTRAUBSULZ | SUSANNENTALSWEDISH COLONIES |

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