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  1. Katharina G. N. Pries: Birth: 20 Jun 1785 in Rosenort, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: 11 Mar 1819 in Russia

  2. Gerhard Gerhard N. Pries: Birth: 14 Jan 1791 in Lakendorf, Gross Werder, Prussia. Death: 16 Jun 1849 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia

  3. Maria G. N. Pries: Birth: 13 Feb 1797 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 18 Oct 1862 in South Russia

  4. Jacob Gerhard N. Pries: Birth: 16 Nov 1804 in Rosenthal, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 8 Apr 1857 in Russia


Sources
1. Title:   Lippold, John; Gedcom File, Sep 2001
Text:   Box 18 Richmond Road RR#1 South Hazelton B.C. V0J-2R0
2. Title:   Rosenthal: The Old Colony Russia - The First Settlers: 1796-1808, Part II
Page:   168
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, Oct 1992.
3. Title:   1802 Neuendorf, Chortitza Colony Census 1802 Neuendorf, Chortitza Colony census; from the Dnepropetrovsk Archives, Dnepr
4. Title:   Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen im 16., 18. und 19. Jahrhundert
Page:   263
Author:   Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich
Publication:   Heinrich Schneider, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1955
5. Title:   1801 Chortitza Colony Census. Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 67
Page:   109
Text:   Microfilmed in August, 2000. This file contains a census of Mennonites in the Chortitza Colony compiled September 1, 1801 among other things.
6. Title:   1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816)
7. Title:   Pries Family Record
Author:   Pries, Gerhard Jacob (bef 1938)
Text:   Cited by Agatha C. Enns Ratzlaff in her internet message of 1 December 1997.

Notes
a. Note:   He migrated to Chortitza, Choritza Colony, S. Russia from Lakendorf, Prussia in 1796 (B. H. Unruh, p. 302). He apparently exchanged a homestead with Gerhard Penner of Chortitza and then exchanged that homestead at Chortitza #4 with another Gerhard Penner of Rosenthal (B. H. Unruh, p. 246). In the 1802 census he is listed at Rosenthal #21 and in the 1808 census he is listed at Rosenthal #20 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263). Listed with him in the 1808 Census was Sara Kehler #197022, who was the mother of his son-in-law Abraham Giesbrecht.
  Birth Source: Rosenthal: The Old Colony Russia - The First Settlers: 1796-1808, Part II, page 168 Birth Source: 1802 Neuendorf, Chortitza Colony Census Birth Source: Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich. Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde, page 263 Birth Source: 1801 Chortitza Colony Census. Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 67, page 109 Birth Source: 1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816) Birth Source: Heinrichs, Erwin, page 27 Mar 2008 Baptism Source: Rosenthal: The Old Colony Russia - The First Settlers: 1796-1808, Part II, page 168 Death Source: Pries Family RecordCited by Agatha C. Enns Ratzlaff in her internet message of 1 December 1997. Notes: He migrated to Chortitza, Choritza Colony, S. Russia from Laakendorf, Prussia in 1795 or 1796, most likely in 1795 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263, 302; P. Rempel, p. 43). He is listed in the 1797 Chortitza Colony Census, but not in a specific village (P. Rempel, p. 55). He apparently exchanged a homestead with Gerhard Penner of Chortitza and then exchanged that homestead at Chortitza #4 with another Gerhard Penner of Rosenthal (B. H. Unruh, p. 246). In the 1801 Census he is listed at Rosenthal #20, in the 1802 census at Rosenthal #21, and in the 1808 Census at Rosenthal #20 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263). Listed with him in the 1808 Census was Sara Kehler #197022, who was the mother of his son-in-law Abraham Giesbrecht. In the Oct 1816 Census he is listed at Rosenthal #16. The Erwin Heinrichs submission says he was born in 1768. Immigration Source: Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich. Die niederlandisch-niederdeutschen Hintergrunde, page 302 Immigration Source: Mennonite Migration to Russia, 1788-1828, page 43 Marriage Source: Pries Family RecordCited by Agatha C. Enns Ratzlaff in her internet message of 1 December 1997.
  He migrated to Chortitza, Choritza Colony, S. Russia from Lakendorf, Prussia in 1795 or 1796, most likely in 1795 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263, 302; P. Rempel, p. 43). He is listed in the 1797 Chortitza Colony Census, but not in a specific village (P. Rempel, p. 55). He apparently exchanged a homestead with Gerhard Penner of Chortitza and then exchanged that homestead at Chortitza #4 with another Gerhard Penner of Rosenthal (B. H. Unruh, p. 246). In the 1801 Census he is listed at Rosenthal #20, in the 1802 census at Rosenthal #21, and in the 1808 Census atRosenthal #20 (B. H. Unruh, p. 263). Listed with him in the 1808 Census was Sara Kehler #197022, who was the mother of his son-in-law Abraham Giesbrecht. In the Oct 1816 Census he is listed at Rosenthal #16.


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