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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Peter Peter G. Dyck: Birth: 1769 in Goldberg, Grosswerder, Prussia. Death: Abt 1843 in Neuendorf, Chortiza, South Russia

  2. Herman Peter G. (Hermann) Dyck: Birth: 1772 in Prussia. Death: Jun 1801 in Neuendorf, Chortiza, South Russia

  3. Anna P. G. Dyck: Birth: 1782. Death: Deceased

  4. Jacob Peter G. Dyck: Birth: Abt 1785. Death: Deceased

  5. Gerhard Peter G. Dyck: Birth: 1787. Death: 1819 in South Russia


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Bernhard Peter Dyck: Birth: Abt 1790 in Russia. Death: Deceased

  2. Philip Peter Dyck: Birth: Abt 1793. Death: Deceased

  3. Cornelius Peter G. (Kornelius) Dyck: Birth: 18 Jun 1802 in Chortitza Colony, South Russia. Death: 20 Oct 1872 in Chortitza Colony, South Russia


Sources
1. Title:   #2496
Text:   CF: Rosemary Slater, Gedcom, Dec 2001 111 O'Neil Crescent Saskatoon, SK S79 1W9
2. Title:   Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16., 18. und 19. Jahrhundert
Page:   241
Author:   Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich
Publication:   Heinrich Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1955
3. Title:   #2493
Text:   CF: Vina Mayer, Gedcom File, Jan 2002 RR 2, Box 4008 Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0
4. Title:   Schapansky Old Colony Chortitza of Russia
5. Title:   #18
Text:   CF: Rosemary Slater, Gedcom, Dec 2001 111 O'Neil Crescent Saskatoon, SK S79 1W9
6. Title:   #271
Text:   CF: Vina Mayer, Gedcom File, Jan 2002 RR 2, Box 4008 Clearwater, BC V0E 1N0
7. Title:   #2503
Text:   Bergthaler Gemeinde Buch, 1843, edited by John Dyck, Published by The Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB
8. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
9. Title:   #2538
Page:   174
Text:   Stumpp, Karl; The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763-1862, American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978.
10. Title:   Immigrants to Neuendorf, Part I
Page:   151
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, Oct. 1991.
11. Title:   #312
Text:   Bergthaler Gemeinde Buch, 1843, edited by John Dyck, Published by The Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB
12. Title:   The Immigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 - 1862
Page:   174
Author:   Stump, Karl
13. Title:   #915
Page:   174
Text:   Stumpp, Karl; The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763-1862, American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978.
14. Title:   1801 Chortitza Colony Census. Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 67
Page:   70
Text:   Microfilmed in August, 2000. This file contains a census of Mennonites in the Chortitza Colony compiled September 1, 1801 among other things.
15. Title:   1808 Chortitza Colony Vital Records
16. Title:   Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16., 18. und 19. Jahrhundert
Page:   292
Author:   Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich
Publication:   Heinrich Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1955
17. Title:   #2536
Text:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers: H. Schapansky, Mennonite Family History, Oct., 1991.
18. Title:   Mennonite Migrations (and The Old Colony)
Page:   496
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Country Graphics & Printing Ltd., Rosenort, Manitoba, 2006.
19. Title:   #102
Text:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers: H. Schapansky, Mennonite Family History, Oct., 1991.

Notes
a. Note:   In the 1776 W. Prussia Mennonite Census he is listed in Goldberg with his wife, 4 sons and 1 daughter (H. Penner, p. 425). He migrated from Prussia to Neuendorf, Chortitza Colony, S. Russia in 1789 (P. Rempel, p. 30, 31). In the 1795 Chortitza Colony Census he is listed at Neuendorf #28 (B. H. Unruh, p. 241). In the 1801 Census he is listed at Neuendorf #53. He is listed in Neuendorf in the 1806 Census (P. Rempel, p. 31). While only Peter's first two children have been documented as having been borne to Justina, Peter Dyck records the first five as borne to Justina. Both are plausible as in both cases, there is a significant temporal gap between births (10 years and 4 years respectively). Other records show that Justina died in Prussia prior to Peter's move to Russia in 1888/89 (dep on source) (Kerber, 1963). He was from Lakendorf, Prussia and was a member of the Rosenort Church in Prussia per National Archives microfilm #T81 628, p. 5426151.


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