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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Heinrich Abraham K. Willms: Birth: 2 Feb 1840 in Fuerstenwerder, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 3 Dec 1899 in Schoensee, Molotschna, South Russia

  2. Maria A. K. Willms: Birth: 13 Sep 1842 in Fuerstenwerder, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 21 Jan 1911 in Inman, KS

  3. Anna A. K. Willms: Birth: 22 Mar 1845 in South Russia. Death: 25 Feb 1926

  4. Gerhard Abraham K. Willms: Birth: 6 Feb 1847 in South Russia. Death: 7 Feb 1903 in Buhler, Kansas

  5. Katharina A. K. Willms: Birth: 15 Mar 1849 in South Russia. Death: 30 Dec 1919

  6. Peter Abraham K. Willms: Birth: 29 Aug 1854 in South Russia. Death: 27 Aug 1929

  7. Justina A. K. Willms: Birth: 7 Feb 1857 in Fuerstenwerder, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 25 Oct 1929 in Youngstown, AB

  8. Cornelius Abraham K. Willms: Birth: 17 Feb 1861 in Fuerstenwerder, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 24 Dec 1926


Sources
1. Title:   Berlin Document Center A3342 EWZ50
Page:   E006/0088, 0104
2. 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
3. Title:   Record of Births, Membership, Marriages and Deaths of Bethel Mennonite Church Inman, Kansas.
Page:   27
4. Title:   Neuerrichtetes Kirchenbuch zweyter Teil 1789 (Familien unser Mennonitischen Kirche auf Stadtgebiet, in Danzig)
Page:   119

Notes
a. Note:   , page E006/0088, 0104 Birth Source: Record of Births, Membership, Marriages and Deaths of Bethel Mennonite Church Inman, Kansas. , page 27 Birth Source: Neuerrichtetes Kirchenbuch zweyter Teil 1789 (Familien unser Mennonitischen Kirche auf Stadtgebiet, in Danzig)Original records can be found at:http://mla. bethelks. edu/metadata/cong_310. phpand microfilm CHR 10 filmed in 1958. Microfilm copies are available at Mennonite Library and Archives, North Newton, Kansas: Mennonite Heritage Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Hillsboro, Kansas: and Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Fresno, Californi*, page 119 Notes: Joe Anne Sanford says he died in the United States, but Kevin Willems' 1996 book says that both he and his wife died in Russia. He was residing at Fuerstenwerder #17 in 1858, 1862, and 1874 per the Molotschna school registers. Immigration Source: 1835 Molotschna Colony Census Immigration Source: Mennonite Migration to Russia, 1788-1828, page 177


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