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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Cornelius Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 14 Aug 1862 in Gnadenheim, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 25 Sep 1914 in Oklahoma

  2. Jacob Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 1 Sep 1863 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 22 Dec 1935

  3. David Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 25 Jun 1868 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 1950

  4. Heinrich Cornelius K. "Henry" Reimer: Birth: 29 Sep 1869 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 27 Nov 1945 in Corn, OK

  5. Peter Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 20 Nov 1874 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 8 Jan 1957 in Reedley, CA

  6. Johann Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 12 Jul 1876 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 17 May 1944 in Dallas, OR

  7. Anna C. K. Reimer: Birth: 16 Mar 1879. Death: 15 Oct 1948

  8. Abraham Cornelius K. Reimer: Birth: 16 Mar 1879 in Wernersdorf, Molotschna, South Russia. Death: 28 Jul 1930 in Hobart, Oklahoma


Sources
1. Title:   Schmidt, Vernon; Gedcom File, Nov 2001
Text:   1212 W. 8th Fairview, OK 73737
2. Title:   Die Mennonitische Rundschau
Page:   18 Jun 1902, p. 5:4
Publication:   Published in Elkhart, Indiana 1880-1908; Scottsdale, Pennsylvania 1908-1923; Winnipeg, Manitoba 1923-2007.
3. Title:   Church Book of the Alexanderwohl Mennonite Church in the Molotschna Colony
Page:   41
Author:   Duerksen, Velda (Richert); Duerksen, Jacob A.
Publication:   Goessel, Kansas, Mennonite Immigrant Historical Foundation, 1987.
Text:   Translation of Kirchen buch der Gemeinde zu Alexanderwohl.
4. Title:   Corn, Oklahoma. Mennonite Brethren Gemeindebuch
Page:   136
5. Title:   #14
Page:   136
Text:   Corn (Oklahoma) MB Gemeindebuch CC528, roll 104. Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies: Fresno, CA; Hillsboro, KS; Winnipeg, MB

Notes
a. Note:   One family record says she was born in 1836 at Heinrichsdorf, Volhynia. Another says she was born 16 May 1839. Letter from Katharine's nephew tells that the Reimers lived in Wernersdorf, then moved to Turkestan. From Turkestan to America, where they resided at the time of his letter. Also that Katharina was sister to his father, Jakob.


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