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The Guardianship Committee of Foreign Settlers in South Russia

Compiled November 2002 by Tim Janzen & Tatyana Makarenko

Odessa Archives
Fund (Fond) 6, Inventory 1: 1833

File 2891. File concerning the colonists from the Bessarabia, Odessa and Ekaterinoslav Settlements who had obtained permission to leave the colonies for business during 1833.

  1. 1. Correspondence from the New Russia Guardianship Committee, the Ekaterinoslav, Bessarabia and Odessa Guardianship Offices concerning the colonists who had obtained permission to leave the colonies for business.
    2. Names of the colonists mentioned in the correspondence are following: Adam Trautman (Worms), Gottlieb Reihkemmer (Gross Liebental), George Schmitt (Rohrbach), Martin Wulm (Franzfeld), Andreas Gal (Rastadt), Friedrich Bush (Schlagendorf), Peter Geberling (Miulganzendorf), Michael Buhen (Miulganzendorf), Jacob Kvadrizius (Schlagendorf), Theobald Layer (Friedenthal), Anton Layer (Friedenthal, the Crimea), Andreas Dogner (Tiefenbrunn), Margaretha Klumbah (Hochstaedt), Georg Zeiferling (Kronenthal), Simon Beringer (Alexanderhilf), Christoph Alber (Luestdorf), Johann Georg Mesner (Bergdorf), Michael Mesmer (Katharinental), Margaretha Markward (Kandel), Albreht Scheil (Munich), David Kerner (Gross Liebental), Johann Moser (Blumental), David Alterman (Gross Nagartav), Rafael Alterman (Gross Nagartav), Johann Bonels (Kirshwald), Michael Layan (Grunau), Michael Fogus (Grunau), Leonhard Saipel (Ludwigstal), Maria Dell (Belowesch), Heinrich Matias (Neusatz), Simon Friedrich Schetle (Gross Liebental), Josef Fritz (Landau), Georg Schlihenmeier (Gross Liebental), Josef Steier (Klein Liebenthal), Adam Neifred (Alexanderhilf), Martin Krol (Molotschna), Johann Lerh (Neu Nassau), Adam Est (Kronental), Johann Lengle (Heidelberg), Simon Heberling (Miulganzendorf), Lorenz Wenniger (Selz), Josef Worst (Landau), Francisco Hepfner (Baden), Michael Gaiser (Rohrbach),Georg Laturus (Mannheim), George Specht (Worms), Ludwig Heckle (Neusatz), Bernhard Mench (Neusatz), George Schmidt (Kronenthal), Friedrich and his wife Charlotte Kirshbaum (Molotschna), August Winkler (Molotschna), Gottlieb Reichert (Hoffental), Konrad Hoffman (Molotschna), Christof Bechter (Tarutino), Gottlieb Nikelwart (Teplitz), Ludwig Hoffman (Gross Liebental), Philip and Adam Lesch (Kandel), Alexis Lesch (Kandel), Peter Nabauer and his wife Katherina (Karlsruhe, the Odessa Settlement), Georg Scherer (Gross Liebental), Heinrich Burgemeister (Luestdorf),Anton Mailer (Klein Liebenthal), Georg Gaushauer(Glueckstal), Christian Flemmer (Glueckstal), Samuel Mecke (Glueckstal), Rosine Maier (Glueckstal), Johann Adam Spengler (Gross Liebental), Magdalena Ashbaher (Schpeier ), Johann Schuman (Rohrbach), Philip Martin Weihele (Baden), Johannes Kraft (Strassburg), George Martin Gall (Gueldendorf), Josef Knoll (Marienthal), Johannes Graph (Waterloo), Johannes German (Waterloo), Jacob Frank (Neuenburg), Jacob Ell (Selz), Michael Lehn (Friedrichsfeld), Adam Linker (Friedrichsfeld), Alexander Bander (Friedrichsfeld), Romanus Wunsh (Molotschna), Erdman Preys (Wieckerau), Anna Maria Damrau (Reichenberg), George Just (Kronsdorf), Kornelius Dodengef (Grunau), Peter Schtamler (Kronsfeld), Franz Fisher (Waldorf), Ludwig Beck (Waldorf), Johann Eberhard (Glueckstal), Jacob Baum (Gross Liebental), Friedrich Baumhartner (Gross Liebental), Jacob Schpecht (Gross Liebental), Johann Schpecht (Gross Liebental), Johann Schpieler (Gross Liebental), Johann Sauer (Gross Liebental), Jacob Scher (Waterloo), Jacob Graph (Waterloo), Katherina Ziegloch (Borodino), Karl and Johann Merts (Berizina), Casper Binkmann (Heidelberg), Theodore Kess (Molotschna), George Mamberg (Molotschna), Nicholas Kiriak (Baltachokrak), Josef Wibert (Klosterdorf), Adam Hoffman (Molotschna), Michael Breiner (Kostheim), Jacob Shmit (Friedenthal), Michael Schprench (Johannestal), Franz Bestitsky (Gross Liebental), Mateas Gerzog (Klein Liebenthal), Andreas Martin (Gross Liebental), George Flihersdorf (Worms), Josef Wichlinsky (Molotschna), Josel Relman (Efengar), Johann Erdman (Schoenbaum), Johann Schmidt (Rueckenau), Johann Weber (Klosterdorf), Johann Opeinlender (Heuhoffnung), Philip Fasnacht (Luestdorf), Gabriel Wolf (Bergdorf), Adam Schtoler (Gross Liebental), Katherina Dell (Kassel), Gottlieb Schmirer (Peterstal), Wilhelm Albert (Gross Liebental), Friedrich Schill (Hoffnungstal, the Odessa Settlement), Johann Mesner (Bergdorf), Friedrich Etinger (Gross Liebental), Constantine Kautzmann (Rastadt), Jacob Grauer (Worms), Samuel Morhard (Waterloo), Stephanida Denig (Kandel), Michael Fridel (Munich), Philip Schneider (Rohrbach), Franz Kifel (Franzfeld), Gottlieb Bender (Gross Liebental), Johann Clement (Marienthal), Josef Edinger (Johannestal), Maria Schtengle (Gross Liebental), Solomon Burkgard (Neu Friedenthal), Heinrich Thiessen (Chortitza), Johann Adam Olenburger (Rundewiese), Friedrich Mamberg (Molotschna), Anton and Josef Gek (Baden), Katherina Kupser (Kandel), Elisabeth Gaim (Alexanderhilf), Jacob Meyer (Gross Liebental), Gottlieb Dietrich (Gross Liebental), Elisabeth Laufer (Selz), Johann Schtaleker (Gueldendorf), Clement Schtaleker (Gueldendorf).

These documents are written in both Russian and German.
4 Feb 1833 to 1 Jan 1834. 51 pages.

File 2936. File concerning the issuance of temporary passports to colonists from the Bessarabia, Odessa and Ekaterinoslav Settlements who had obtained permission to leave the colonies for trips abroad during 1833.

  1. Correspondence from the New Russia Guardianship Committee, the Ekaterinoslav, Bessarabia and Odessa Guardianship Offices concerning the issuance of temporary passports to colonists who had obtained permission to leave the colonies for trips abroad during 1833.
  2. Names of the colonists mentioned in the correspondence are following: Johannes Schlenker (Klaustitz), Johann Brust (Franzfeld), the Mennonite Heinrich Siebert and his family (Elisabeththal), the Mennonite Solomon Ediger (Grossweide), the Mennonite Jacob Doerksen (Franzthal), the Mennonite Jacob Dyck (Sparrau), Friedrich Weidler (Alexanderhilf), Engelbert Gahbaum (Gueldendorf), Michael Schtadinger (Friedenthal), Stephan Kifel (Selz), Jacob Klein (Teplitz), Mateas Walter (Teplitz), Johann Martin Nagel (Teplitz), Lorenz Klein (Strassburg), Andreas Krim (Baden), Nickolaus Seraphim Kist and his wife Katherina (Kostheim), Christian Gol (Heuhoffnung), Johann George Mann (Glueckstal), Samuel Kraft (Leipzig), George Matz (Berizina), Karl and Ludwig Hieldenbrand (Borodino), Petko Iliev (Karagach), Stow Stoev (Karagach), Tanas Karazanfiroglu (Bolboka), Tanas Petkolgu (Bolboka).
  3. Reports from the Ekaterinoslav, Bessarabia and Odessa Guardianship Offices to the New Russia Guardianship Committee concerning the colonists who returned in their colonies after they had moved abroad. There are the following colonists: Michael Bollinger (Kandel), Katherina Rigger and her son Adam (Hoffental), Johann Rgiekovsky (Tiergardt). Michael Krauz had returned from Kingdom of Württemberg to Neu-Stuttgart, and had brought along Anna-Maria Laiz (native of Württemberg) and then they got married in Molotschna. Michael Janke had returned from Prussia and he married the foreigner Anna Gerz.
  4. A report from the Ekaterinoslav Guardianship Office to the New Russia Guardianship Committee concerning cancellation of a trip of Jacob Beker (Wickerau) to Danzig for domestic reasons.

These documents are written in Russian.
9 Mar 1833 to 23 Jan 1834. 59 pages.

File 3055. File concerning financial statements containing information about all the colonies dependent on the New Russia Guardianship Committee for 1833.

  1. Monthly financial statements from the Ekaterinoslav, Bessarabia, and Odessa Guardianship Offices and the Administration of Zadunaisky Settlers to the New Russia Guardianship Committee for 1833.
  2. Reports containing financial statements for 1833 from the New Russia Guardianship Committee to the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

These documents are written in Russian.
14 Feb 1833 to 5 Aug 1833. 416 pages.


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