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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Helena J. D. Penner: Birth: 13 Oct 1850 in Landskrone, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 26 Mar 1936 in Main Centre, SK

  2. Anna J. D. Penner: Birth: 7 Sep 1852 in Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia. Death: Nov 1928 in Ufa Colony, Asiatic Russia

  3. Peter Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 3 Mar 1854. Death: Mar 1923

  4. Jacob Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 20 Dec 1855 in Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia. Death: 1863

  5. Maria J. D. Penner: Birth: 13 Oct 1857 in Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia. Death: 11 Oct 1941 in Los Angeles, CA

  6. Johann Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 27 Sep 1859 in Russia. Death: 1920 in Winnipeg, MB

  7. Bernhard Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 20 Feb 1861 in Russia. Death: 1862 in Russia

  8. Katharina J. D. Penner: Birth: 12 Feb 1863 in Russia. Death: 1917 in Aberdeen, SK

  9. Jacob Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 20 Jun 1865 in Russia. Death: Apr 1943 in Chico, CA

  10. Elizabeth J. D. Penner: Birth: 27 Aug 1868 in Prangenau, Molotschna Colony, South Russia. Death: 13 Mar 1943 in Chico, CA

  11. Margaretha J. D. Penner: Birth: 20 Oct 1869 in South Russia. Death: 5 Jan 1959 in Vancouver, British Columbia

  12. Jacob Jacob D. Penner: Birth: 12 Dec 1872 in Russia. Death: 1874 in Russia


Sources
1. Title:   Aberdeen, Saskatchewan. Mennonite Brethren Church Records
Author:   Aberdeen Mennonite Brethren Church
2. Title:   #164
Page:   17 Jan 2002
Author:   Eleanor Schartner
Publication:   Submission to GRANDMA Project
Text:   Submission to GRANDMA Project by Eleanor Schaartner. In Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Fresno, CA.
3. Title:   Schartner, Eleanor
Page:   17 Jan 2002
Publication:   Submission to GRANDMA Project
Text:   Submission to GRANDMA Project by Eleanor Schaartner.
4. Title:   Die Mennonitische Rundschau
Page:   3 Oct 1945, p6
Publication:   Published in Elkhart, Indiana 1880-1908; Scottsdale, Pennsylvania 1908-1923; Winnipeg, Manitoba 1923-2007.
5. Title:   Die Mennonitische Rundschau
Page:   17 Dec 1941, p6
Publication:   Published in Elkhart, Indiana 1880-1908; Scottsdale, Pennsylvania 1908-1923; Winnipeg, Manitoba 1923-2007.
6. Title:   Wilson, Daniel (b. 17 Jul 1952)
Page:   21 Oct 2011 e-mail message to Tim Janzen (b. 3 Dec 1960)
Text:   <[email protected]>; E-mail to Tim Janzen (b. 3 Dec 1960).
7. Title:   Preservings
Page:   Jun 1995, p38
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, magazine / newsletter
Text:   Box 1960, Steinbach, Manitoba, R0A 2A0, Canada
8. Title:   Diese Steine, Die Russlandmennoniten
Page:   403
Author:   Reger, Adina and Plett, Delbert
Publication:   Crossway Publications Inc., Box 1960, Steinbach, Manitoba; 2001.

Notes
a. Note:   He was a very wealthy farmer in Friedensfeld, Russia. He and his wife had six daughters. They stayed in Russia, reportedly near Rueckenau, and are said to have a farm at Felsenbach (Nepliuevka).
  He moved from Prangenau, Molotschna to Friedensfeld, South Russia in 1867, where he became a very wealthy farmer. He stayed in Russia, reportedly near Rueckenau, and is said to have a farm at Felsenbach, Borozenko Colony. He unfortunately was forced into bankrupcy shortly before his death. For additional details concerning his life see Preservings, Dec 1996 (#9), Part 1, p. 28 and Part 2, p. 33 and Diese Steine, p. 403. Diese Steine, p. 403 says that he died in 1897. Preservings #8, part 2, p38 says he died ca 1895. The journal of his son-in-law Johann Neufeld says that Jacob Penner died in the spring of 1889 after his 3rd stroke. This would suggest that his death was the one mentioned in 12 May 1889 in the Mennonitische Rundschau as Jacob D. Penner of Friedensfeld. He bought 8300 dessatines of land about 200 verst beyond Rostov shortly before he died. This land had formerly been owned by the nobleman Jefremov. This tract of land had a village named Stepanovka on it where many of his children lived until the venture folded. 2 SOUR S785 3 PAGE 22 Jan 2010 e-mail message to Tim Janzen (b. 3 Dec 1960)


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