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  1. Bernhard Bernhard M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 31 Dec 1815 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 3 Nov 1872 in Bergthal Colony, South Russia

  2. Maria B. M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 31 Jan 1818 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 18 Nov 1852 in Bergthal Colony, South Russia

  3. Jacob Bernhard M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 4 Jun 1820 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased in Bergthal Colony, South Russia

  4. Katharina B. M. (Katarina) Kauenhowen: Birth: 27 Jun 1822 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 25 Sep 1895 in RM of Rhineland, MB

  5. Abraham Bernhard M. (Abram) Kauenhowen: Birth: 3 Dec 1825 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 25 Dec 1883 in Kleefeld, West Reserve, Manitoba

  6. Sara B. M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 3 Feb 1829 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 30 Apr 1874

  7. Helena B. M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 30 Nov 1831 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 3 Aug 1891 in Rural Municipality of Rhineland, Manitoba

  8. Johann Bernhard M. Kauenhowen: Birth: 13 Jun 1833 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 23 Mar 1841 in Bergthal Colony, South Russia


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Sources
1. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
2. Title:   Deutsches Geschlechterbuch, Band 132
Page:   p. 342
Publication:   C. A. Starke Verlag Folgende Hauptstammfolgen sind enthalten: Claassen, Fieguth, Kauenhoven 1-2, Loewens, Zimmermann.
3. Title:   Records of Prussian Mennonite Churches in the Vistula Delta: the Danzig Church 1665-1943
Author:   Baergen, Ernest H.
Publication:   2010 Copyright � 2010 by Ernest H. Baergen and consigned to Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan. The copyright
4. Title:   Hiebert Heritage to 2010. Wilhelm and Anna Hiebert, Descenants and Ancestors
Author:   Hiebert, Al. Compiler
Publication:   Steinbach, Manitoba.
Text:   19-100 Home St. N Steinbach, MB Gedcom file received 8 Apr 2011.
5. Title:   #312
Page:   A82
Text:   Bergthaler Gemeinde Buch, 1843, edited by John Dyck, Published by The Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB
6. Title:   Bergthal Gemeinde Buch
Page:   A82
Author:   Dyck, John, 1922; editor
Publication:   Hanover-Steinbach Historical Society, Box 1960, Steinbach MB, 1993.
7. Title:   Neuerrichtetes Kirchenbuch zweyter Teil 1789 (Familien unser Mennonitischen Kirche auf Stadtgebiet, in Danzig)
Page:   177
8. Title:   Mayer, Vina. Sep 29 1997 E-Mail message to menno.rec.roots re: Kauenhowen.
9. Title:   Neufeld, Shirley (Sawatsky); Family Records
Text:   Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, L0S 1J0.
10. Title:   1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816)
11. Title:   Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 4889
Page:   p. 50
Text:   Digitally photographed in 2005. This file contains among other items extractions from the 1835 Chortitza Colony Census (Revision List) for 22 families from the Chortitza Colony that expressed a desire to settle in the newly established village of Schoenthal, Bergthal Colony.

Notes
a. Note:   There is a note about this person in the Danzig Family Book #2, p. 177. He later moved to Russia. Bernhard emigrated from Prussia to Rosenthal, Chortitza in 1788/9. He and his wife moved to Bergthal, Chortitza in 1840, where she died shortly afterwards. He remarried the next year to the widow of David Schuldt -Elisabeth Kehler. Source, Bergthal Gemeinde Buch. Occupation - shoemaker The 1816 Chortitza family lists him as 29 years of age in 1816. There is a note about this person in the Danzig Family Book #2, p. 177.
  One record says he was born 16 Dec 1786. There is a note about this person in the Danzig Family Book #2, p. 177. He migrated from Prussia to Rosenthal, Chortitza in 1788/9. In the Oct 1816 Chortitza Colony Census he is listed in Rosenthal among the landless. In the 1835 Census he was listed at Rosenthal #44. He and his wife moved to the Bergthal Colony in 1840, where she died shortly afterwards (B. H. Unruh, p. 356). He apparently settled in Schoenthal, Bergthal Colony with the first settlers of that village since he and his family are among a group of Mennonites who expressed a desire to settle in Schoenthal per Odessa Archive, Fond 6, Inventory 1, File 4889. He was a shoemaker.


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