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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Herman Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: 11 Nov 1787 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, Ekaterinoslav, Russia. Death: 23 Jul 1868 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, South Russia

  2. Jacob Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: 1806 in West Prussia. Death: Deceased

  3. Margaretha H. W. Neufeld: Birth: 1809 in West Prussia. Death: Deceased

  4. Johann Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: 1810 in Chortitza Colony, Ekaterinoslav, South Russia. Death: Deceased

  5. Sara H. W. (Sarah) Neufeld: Birth: 20 May 1811 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, Ekaterinoslav, South Russia. Death: 30 Dec 1888 in Chortitza Colony, South Russia

  6. Female H. W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1815 in South Russia.

  7. Female H. W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1819 in South Russia. Death: Deceased

  8. Male Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1820 in South Russia. Death: Deceased

  9. Male Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1822 in South Russia. Death: Deceased

  10. Male Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1824 in South Russia. Death: Deceased

  11. Male Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1826 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased

  12. Male Herman W. Neufeld: Birth: Abt 1828 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased

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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Abraham Herman B. Neufeld: Birth: 7 Sep 1827 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 20 Aug 1904 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, South Russia

  2. Maria H. B. Neufeld: Birth: 16 Dec 1830. Death: 19 Aug 1891

  3. Jacob Herman B. "Jasche" "Katschka" Neufeld: Birth: 2 Jan 1832 in Neuenburg, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 11 Dec 1919 in Chortitza, Chortitza, South Russia

  4. Margaretha H. B. Neufeld: Birth: 1839. Death: Deceased


Sources
1. Title:   Herman and Katharina Their Story
Page:   pages 6, 220
Author:   Translated and edited by Abram H. Neufeld
Publication:   1984
2. Title:   Die niederlaendisch/niederdeutschen Hintergruende der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen
Page:   p 285, fam 12
Author:   Benjamin Heinrich Unruh
Publication:   Im Selbstverlag,Karlsruhe,Germany,1955
3. Title:   Unsere Vorfahren "Niebuhr" (Neubauer)
Author:   Bill Klassen
Publication:   c/o Mennonite Genealogy Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba
4. Title:   Rosenthal: The Old Ccolony Russia, The First Settlers, Part I
Page:   Page 116, Column 3.
Author:   Henry Schapansky
5. Title:   Schapansky Old Colony Chortitza of Russia
6. Title:   Neufeld Family
Author:   Abram Dyck
Publication:   Privately published, August 1995
7. Title:   Chortitza: Part II, The First Settlers
Page:   Page 122
Author:   Henry Schapansky
Publication:   July 1994
8. Title:   Die niederlaendisch/niederdeutschen Hintergruende der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen
Author:   Benjamin Heinrich Unruh
Publication:   Im Selbstverlag,Karlsruhe,Germany,1955
9. Title:   #3388
Text:   Chortitza: The Old Colony Russia, The First Settlers,
10. Title:   #3391
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.
11. Title:   #3392
Text:   Ratzlaff, Albert (b. 31 May 1947); 9 Apr 2001 E-mail message to Judith Rempel

Notes
a. Note:   Came to Russia in 1810, during his lifetime was married twice, had 5 daughters, and 6 sons.
  !FAMILY: Letter from Mennonite Genealogy Inc Box 393, Winnipeg, November 9, 1993 to Albert Ratzlaff, Dallas, Oregon.
  !FAMILY: Mennonite Family History Magazine, July 1994, page 122.
  Herman, Margareta and Sara immigrated to Russia in 1804 (Rempel, D., 1969, p. 56). They are listed in BH Unruh's book (1955, p. 285), along with a sister (to Hermann or Margareta), Nelke who was born inabout 1794. It is presumed that all Herman' s children were born in Kronsthal (Chortitza), Russia (Ratzlaff, A., 1995, written comm.). Schapansky (1992b, p. 116) shows Herman's birth year as 1784 and that he lived in Kronsthal in 1814.


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