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Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 26 May 1800 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 27 Dec 1869 in Kronsthal, Chortitza, South Russia

  2. Anna J. B. Dyck: Birth: 1801 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased

  3. Katharina J. B. Dyck: Birth: 19 Apr 1803 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 28 Feb 1875

  4. Heinrich Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 1804. Death: Deceased

  5. Eva J. B. Dyck: Birth: 1806 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Abt 1847 in Neuenburg, Chortitza, South Russia

  6. Peter Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 1808. Death: 1812

  7. Maria J. B. "Marianna" Dyck: Birth: 1808 in Kronsgarten, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Dec 1848 in Bergthal Colony, South Russia

  8. Johann Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 1809. Death: Deceased

  9. Peter Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 1812. Death: Deceased

  10. Franz Jacob B. Dyck: Birth: 1813. Death: Deceased


Sources
1. Title:   Schapansky Old Colony Chortitza of Russia
2. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Page:   A15
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
3. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Page:   19
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
4. Title:   Lippold, John; Gedcom File, Sep 2001
Text:   Box 18 Richmond Road RR#1 South Hazelton B.C. V0J-2R0
5. Title:   Einlage: The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers:1788-1808. Part II
Page:   28
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, Apr. 1991.
6. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
7. Title:   Descendants of Jacob Dyck and Elisabeth Jaeger, Kronsthal, Chortitza, Russia
Page:   13
Author:   Elias, J.S.
Publication:   1992
8. Title:   Einlage: The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers:1788-1808. Part I
Page:   28
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, January, 1991.
9. Title:   The Old Colony (Chortitza) of Russia, Early History and First Settlers in the Context of the Mennonite Migrations
Page:   417
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Country Graphics & Printing Ltd., Rosenort, Manitoba, 2001.
10. Title:   1801 - 1807 Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 98
Page:   65
Text:   Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 98, Microfilmed in August, 2000. This file contains an 1801 census of Kronsgarten, an 1802 census of Neuenburg, an 1803 census of Radichev, and vital records for the Chortitza Colony in 1807 among ot
11. Title:   The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763-1862
Page:   873
Author:   Stumpp, Karl
Publication:   Lincoln, Neb. : American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1973. English or German. Bibliography: p. 1017-1018.
12. Title:   The Dyck Family from Russia to Canada
Page:   26
Author:   Dyck, John
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, January 1986.

Notes
a. Note:   In the 1801 Chortitza Colony Census he is listed at Kronsgarten #3. In the 1816 Census he is listed at Kronsgarten #9 (Stumpp's book The Emigration from Germany to Russia, p. 873). One source says that he married Anna Bestvater as his secondwife, but this wouldn't have been possible if he died before Anna Bartel. One record says he was born 9 Jan 1773 and died 16 Feb 1841. He was a finish carpenter.


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