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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Peter Heinrich Bergen: Birth: 1771 in Heubuden, Marienburg, West Prussia. Death: 1808 in Neuendorf, Chortitza, South Russia

  2. Maria H. Bergen: Birth: 9 Jan 1773. Death: Deceased

  3. Anna H. Bergen: Birth: 30 Jan 1775 in Leske, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: 1825-1832

  4. Heinrich Heinrich Bargen: Birth: 26 Oct 1777 in Leske, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: 22 Feb 1833 in Fischau, Molotschna, South Russia

  5. Bernhard Heinrich (Behrend) Bergen: Birth: 5 Dec 1779 in Leske, Grosswerder, Prussia. Death: Deceased


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Heinrich S. Bergen: Birth: 1 Aug 1784 in Leske, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: Deceased

  2. Gerhard Heinrich S. Bergen: Birth: 1786. Death: Deceased

  3. Isaac Heinrich S. (Isaak) Bergen: Birth: 1787 in Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. Death: Bef 1796 in South Russia

  4. Johann Heinrich S. (Johan) Bergen: Birth: Abt 1787. Death: 1851 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia

  5. Katharina H. S. (Catarina) Bergen: Birth: 12 Oct 1789 in Reimerswalde, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: Deceased

  6. Margaretha H. S. Bergen: Birth: 1793 in Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. Death: Deceased in Russia

  7. Sara H. S. Bergen: Birth: 1798 in Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. Death: Deceased in South Russia

  8. Margaretha H. S. Bergen: Birth: 1800 in Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. Death: Deceased in South Russia

  9. Cornelius Heinrich S. Bergen: Birth: 1803 in Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. Death: Deceased in South Russia


Sources
1. Title:   Grandma 4 CD
2. Title:   #102
Text:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers: H. Schapansky, Mennonite Family History, Oct., 1991.
3. Title:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers:
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, October, 1991.
4. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Page:   37
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
5. Title:   Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16., 18. und 19. Jahrhundert
Page:   347
Author:   Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich
Publication:   Heinrich Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1955
6. Title:   The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763-1862
Page:   874
Author:   Stumpp, Karl
Publication:   Lincoln, Neb. : American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1973. English or German. Bibliography: p. 1017-1018.
7. Title:   Mennonite Migration to Russia, 1788-1828
Page:   96
Author:   Rempel, Peter also Redekopp, A. H. and Thiessen, Richard D. editors
Publication:   Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society, Winnipeg, 2000.

Notes
a. Note:   Alt YOB 1745
  He was from the village of Neuteichsdorf, Prussia. In the 1776 W. Prussia census he is listed in Leske. He migrated to Fischau, Molotschna Colony in 1804 with his second wife and children. He moved to Kronsgarten, Chortitza Colony in 1811. His age is given as 64 in his 1805 emigration records suggesting that he may have been born ca 1741 (P. Rempel, p. 96).
  In the 1776 W. Prussia Census he is listed in Leske (H. Penner, p. 419). He was a member of the Heubuden Gemeinde and later became a member of the Orlofferfeld Gemeinde. He migrated from Neuteichsdorf, Prussia to South Russia in 1805 with his second wife and children (P. Rempel, p. 96; B. H. Unruh, p. 347). While B. H. Unruh, p. 347 states that he immigrated to the Molotschna Colony, it appears that he never actually went there and instead settled immediately in Kronsgarten. In the 1806 Chortitza Colony Census he is listed in Kronsgarten (P. Rempel, p. 19). In the 1816 Census his family is listed at Kronsgarten #12 but he is stated to have died in 1812 (Stumpp's book The Emigration from Germany to Russia, p. 873). The ages of his family members as given in that census are as of about 1812. His age is given as 64 in his 1805 emigration records suggesting that he may have been born ca 1741 (P. Rempel, p. 96). According to the Orlofferfelde church records he transferred from the Heubuden (Flemish) to the Orlofferfelde (Frisian) church in 1783. This was due to his marriage to Catharina Spenst, who was a member of the Orlofferfelde church. According to the 1772 census of West Prussia he was a farmer living in Leske with his wife and one son under the age of 12. He owned 2.5 Morgen of land at the time. According to the 1776 census of Mennonites in West Prussia he was living in Leske with his wife, one son and 2 daughters. According to the 1789 census of Mennonite landowners in West Prussia he was living in Leske and possessed 3.5 Morgen of land as an Erbpachter (hereditary lease).


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