Title: Ediger 2000 From the Prussian Neumark to Russia, 1833-1835
Text: Ediger 2000 is a continuation of the Johann 'Hans' Ediger 1775-1994 book. Ediger family. Friesen family. Goertzen family. Quiring family. Pauls family. Regier family. Schmidt family. Toews family. Wiens family. Reimer family. On the Manitoba Mennnonite Historical Society website: www.mmhs.org/russia/neu1835.htm
Publication: Cortario, Ariz. : C.T. Friesen, 2000. undefined undefined
Author: Friesen, Charles T. 1947 - Goertz, Adalbert
Address: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies - Fresno 1717 S. Chestnut Ave. Fresno, California 93702
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Name: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies - Fresno
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Note: (AA-298). Adalbert Goertz's list "From the Prussian Neumark to Russia, 1833-1835" indicates that as a widow she was granted permission on 31 Oct 1833 to leave Brenkenhofwalde, Neumark, Prussia to emigrate to Russia (see MMHS web site). She probably arrived in the Molotschna Colony in the fall of 1834 and then settled in Gnadenfeld in the Molotschna Colony in 1835. She isn't listed in the 1835 Molotschna Colony Census. The 1834 Passport Listing says she, son Wilhelm, daughter Karolina, Peter Voth's children Peter and Susanna, and the deceased Benjamin Jantz' daughter Helena were granted a passport in 1834.
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