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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Maria A. W. Neufeld: Birth: 7 Aug 1815 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Dec 1897 in Alexeyevka, Ignatyevo, South Russia

  2. Abraham Abraham W. (Abram) Neufeld: Birth: 17 Oct 1820 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 13 May 1876 in Steinfeld, Schlachtin, South Russia

  3. Katharina A. W. Neufeld: Birth: 9 Apr 1825 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased

  4. Anna A. W. Neufeld: Birth: 18 Oct 1830 in Kronsweide, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 8 Nov 1911 in Nikolayevka, Ignatyevo, South Russia


Sources
1. Title:   Herman and Katharina Their Story
Author:   Translated and edited by Abram H. Neufeld
Publication:   1984
2. Title:   Neufeld Ancestors and Lineage
Page:   P. 1
Author:   Neufeld, Herman
3. Title:   Kronsweide: The Old Colony Russia Part II,
Author:   Henry Schapansky
Publication:   July 1995
4. Title:   #3353
Text:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers: H. Schapansky, Mennonite Family History, Oct., 1991.
5. Title:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers:
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, October, 1991.
6. Title:   Gossen, Robert K.; Family Records
Text:   940 Inverness Rd., Victoria, BC V8X 2R9.
7. Title:   The Old Colony (Chortitza) of Russia, Early History and First Settlers in the Context of the Mennonite Migrations
Page:   190
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Country Graphics & Printing Ltd., Rosenort, Manitoba, 2001.
8. Title:   1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816)
9. Title:   Journals of Herman Neufeld (24 Jun 1860 - 28 Sep 1931)
Page:   Vol. 1, p. 3, 74
Author:   Neufeld, Abram H. translator
Publication:   The Center for M. B. Studies, Winnipeg, MB, 1984.
Text:   There are a total of 23 volumes of these journals which date between 1899 and 1931. These journals form the basis for the book Herman and Katharina, Their Story, translated and edited by Abram H. Neufeld.
10. Title:   Herman and Katharina, Their Story
Page:   6
Author:   Neufeld, Abram H. translator and editor
Publication:   Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies in Canada
Text:   The autobiography of Elder Herman A. Neufeld (b. 24 Jun 1860, d. 28 Sep 1931) and his wife Katharina (Klassen) Neufeld in Russia and in Canada.
11. Title:   Journals of Herman Neufeld (24 Jun 1860 - 28 Sep 1931)
Page:   Vol. 1, p. 74
Author:   Neufeld, Abram H. translator
Publication:   The Center for M. B. Studies, Winnipeg, MB, 1984.
Text:   There are a total of 23 volumes of these journals which date between 1899 and 1931. These journals form the basis for the book Herman and Katharina, Their Story, translated and edited by Abram H. Neufeld.

Notes
a. Note:   Name:birth:death: Their Story pg 220 Immigration: from Prussia to Russia 1810
  In the 1808 Chortitza Colony Census he is listed as a foster child with the family of Jacob Neufeld (b. Abt 1770) #159455 at Rosenthal #15 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263). In the 1814 Census he is listed in Kronsthal among the landless (B. H. Unruh, p. 280). In the Oct 1816 Census he is listed in Kronsweide among the landless. In the family Bible of his grandson Herman Klaassen (b. 6 Sep 1861) #77225 his birth date appears to have originally been written as 28 May 1792 and this was overwritten as 15 May 1792. It is possible that 28 May 1792 was his n. s. birth date in Prussia and that 15 May 1792 was his o. s. birth date. Herman and Katharina, Their Story, p. 6 and p. 220, states that he immigrated to Russia in 1810 with his older brother Herman from East Prussia. However, it seems probable that he actually immigrated prior to 1810. This source also gives his parents as Johann Neufeld (b. 1772) and Anna of Ellerwald, Prussia, who reported immigrated to Russia in 1790. One source says he was born in Ellerwald, Prussia, but the Journal of Herman Neufeld (b. 24 Jun 1860), V. 1, p. 3, says he was born in Kreutzen, Prussia.


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