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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Justina P. J. Epp: Birth: 20 Nov 1861 in Petershagen, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 11 Jul 1943 in Mountain Lake, MN


Sources
1. Title:   #172
Page:   Front Cover
Text:   The House of Heinrich: the story of Heinrich Epp (1811-1863), compiled and edited by Anna Epp Ens
2. Title:   The House of Heinrich: the story of Heinrich Epp (1811-1863)
Page:   Front Cover
Author:   Enns, Anna (Epp), 1931-; editor and compiler
Publication:   Winnipeg, Man. : Epp Book Committee, 1980.
Text:   Pedigree chart of Peter Epp and Anna Claassen laid in. Geneal. table and "Molotschna village distance guide" on end papers. Includes index.
3. Title:   #228
Page:   7
Text:   Kirchen Buch der Mennoniten Gemeinde zu Mountain Lake, Cottonwood Co., Minnesota, 1878. Translated by Adeline Friesen, 1996. Photocopy at Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College, North Newton, KS.
4. Title:   Kirchen Buch der Mennoniten Gemeinde zu Mountain Lake, Cottonwood Co., Minnesota, 1878.
Page:   7
Author:   Friesen, Adeline; translator
Publication:   1996. Photocopy.
5. Title:   #172
Page:   57
Text:   The House of Heinrich: the story of Heinrich Epp (1811-1863), compiled and edited by Anna Epp Ens
6. Title:   The House of Heinrich: the story of Heinrich Epp (1811-1863)
Page:   57
Author:   Enns, Anna (Epp), 1931-; editor and compiler
Publication:   Winnipeg, Man. : Epp Book Committee, 1980.
Text:   Pedigree chart of Peter Epp and Anna Claassen laid in. Geneal. table and "Molotschna village distance guide" on end papers. Includes index.

Notes
a. Note:   Her o.s. birth date was 4 Nov 1833. Mountain Lake 1878 p. 7: baptized by Dietrich Warkentin. This family information is from "The House of Heinrich", the story of Heinrich Epp (1811-1863) Rosenort, Molotschna and his descendents compiled and edited by Anna Epp Ens.


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