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 Post subject: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2011 7:34 am 
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German Name: Freudental (aka Alt Freudental and Nikolajewskoje), Russian Name: Nikolayevskoye, Ukrainian Name: Mirnoye
Religion: Evangelical

Articles:
Story of the Bread People from Freudental
Tracing Ancestors from Hungary to Village of Freudental, Hungary to Freudental Supplement

Books:
Auswanderung Aus Schwaben Nach Russland 1816-1823 by Dr. Georg Leibbrandt
Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack (pages 233-252)
From Catherine to Khruschev by Dr. Adam Giesinger (pages 102-105)
Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height (pages 82, 183-185, 345-346)
The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 – 1862 by Karl Stumpp (pages 572-576)

Census:
1812 Census
Freudental 1816 Census (available in the Stumpp book)
Freudental Liebental District Odessa 1858 Census

Church Records
Freudental Liebental District Odessa 1841 – 1860 Church Family Book
Freudental Liebental District Odessa 1861 – 1880 Church Family Book
The St. Petersburg Archives Freudental Parish for the years 183X – 188X
St. Petersburg Annual Reports 1899-1917

Pioneer Settler Surnames: Abel, Albrecht, Arnold, Backer, Bauer, Becker, Bechtold, Bischof, Bitz, Büttmann, Christmann, Döbler, Ebinger, Engel, Enzi, Erbs(t), Frank, Freier, Frisch, Gassert, Genther, Geissler, Gerhard, Glaser, Gottfried, Grauer, Hartenstein, Hassert, Haug, Heinzmann, Jauch, Jäger, Kappel, Ketterer, Kloz, Kramer, Kraus, Kugler, Laubenstein, Lehr, Lorenz, Losing, Maier, Mehl, Möbius, Mollenkopf, Neher, Neumüller, Niethan, Oft, Olhäuser, Orscheit, Ort, Oster, Pfaff, Philippi, Reitz, Rommel, Schatz, Schell, Schenkenberger, Schillinger, Schlecht, Schmidt, Schuler, Sieler, Stolz, Strauss, Theurer, Vogel, Volk, Wagner, Walker, Walter, Weber, Weingärtner, Welker, Wolf, Ziegler, Zisch. (Source: Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height and Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack.).

Many of the pioneer settlers came from Hungary. Search the Black Sea database http://www.blackseagr.org/blksea-db/searchform.php for Freudental settlers.

Plat Map: Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack (page 252)


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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:32 am 
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I am researching this village! Anyone else? My BITZ family comes from there.


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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
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My Ohlhauser family comes from the village of Freudental. Check out the Black Sea German database http://www.blackseagr.org and search the name BITZ and you will find a lot of them.

Gayla Ohlhauser Aspenleiter

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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
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justinehresman wrote:
I am researching this village! Anyone else? My BITZ family comes from there.


Does anyone have a map of where this village is?


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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:52 am 
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Hi,

My Pfaff Family can be found at
http://www.remmick.org/Pfaff.Genealogy/index.html

They migrated from Moresfeld / Palatinate (Pfalz, Germany) to Torschau, Ungarn, Austria-Hungery to Fruedental / Od. , S. (sourthern part of) Russia. My great grandmother married Jakob Roemmich of Worms / Odessa, S. Russia and they migrated to Streeter, ND, USA.... All can to found with photos, maps, stories.

I always have to thank Ralph Wiseman and Karen, nee Weisenburger, Abel for all the information they provided.


Enjoy.

remmick


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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:01 pm 
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justinehresman wrote:
justinehresman wrote:
I am researching this village! Anyone else? My BITZ family comes from there.


Does anyone have a map of where this village is?


See http://www.grhs.org/chapters/gdo/gdo_maps.html for a map of the GDO area showing Freudental in the upper left corner (This appears to be detail from one of the Stumpp maps).
and
http://www.grhs.org/chapters/gdo/memonly/p-images/freudental.jpg for a street map of the village of Freudental, GDO in 1943 (also shows inhabitants of the houses).

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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
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A plat map of the village can be found http://www.blackseagr.org/maps/freudental.jpg

To see a map of the area of where Freudental is go to http://www.ohlhauser.net/images/gdo_image.png

Gayla

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 Post subject: Re: Freudental, Grossliebental District of Odessa
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First of all Hello
I have been doing research on Freudental and I am trying to fill in some gaps. I am descended from George Adam Sieler and His Wife Johanna. I think that her name is Krauss. Page 575 number 67 Sieler, Georg 34, aus Unterbohringen od Altenstadt/Geislingen-Wu, seine Frau Johanna 32 and seine Kinder Elizabeth 12, George 10 and Adam 3.
Is Johanna related to Number 68 on Page 575?
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Kraus, Georg 56, aus Landenburg/Mannheim-Ba (u Torschau/Ungarn) seine Frau Sophie 50, seine Kinder Johann 12, Georg 15, Katharina 12.

I noticed a note that George Adam went through Torschau.

So there you go.
Chris Niels Sieler

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