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Katie Peters unpublished genealogies
The genealogies in this section consist of a collection of non-printed family histories. These genealogies and family histories are in manuscript (meaning hand-written) or typescript (typewritten) form. They range in length from a few pages to several hundred pages, and are for the most part, on loose-leaf paper bound in duo-tang folders. Some of the genealogies were copied from previously published works, but often re-organized, or with an index added, and in some instances with further information added. Some of the genealogies are the manuscripts of the published works of Katie Peters herself. A number of the volumes are collections on a particular family name containing a number of family genealogies and family registers which may or may not be connected genealogically.
  1. Andres – Descendants of Jacob Andres (1817–1890) and Maria Siemens (1818–1849), Helena Gossen (1819–1863) and Katharina Reimer (1839–1887) of Fuerstenau, Molotschna. Information from John J. Dick, Leamington, Ontario. Typescript. 69 p.
  2. Baergen – Descendants of Elias von Baergen and Gertrude Regehr from Ladkopperfeld, Prussia who settled in Schoensee, Molotschna. (1st edition) Typescript. 44 p. Indexed.
  3. Baergen – Descendants of Elias von Baergen (1742–1808) and Gertrude Regehr (Reimer ?) (1764–1828) from Ladekopperfeld, Prussia who settled in Schoensee, Molotschna. (2nd edition) Compiled by Melvin Unruh & Gerhard G. Baergen. Manuscript.
  4. Barkman – A Baerkmann–Bergmann Collection. (a) The Descendants of Abraham Baerkmann (1741–1783) and Maria Klassen (1752–1826), including a son Jakob Baerkmann (1782–1836) who lived in Ohrloff, Molotschna. Manuscript/typescript. (b) The Descendants of Peter Barkmann (1826–1917) and Anna Toews (1826–1917) and Anna Toews (1827–1881) who settled in Manitoba in the 1870s. Information taken from Cornelius Toews Book pp.225f.
  5. Bartsch – A Bartsch Collection. (a) Descendants of Johann Bartsch (1757–1821), one of the delegates sent to inspect the land in Russia prior to the first Mennonite migration from Prussia. (b) 5 shorter Bartsch genealogies.
  6. Becker – Descendants of Hans Becker (ca. 1660– ), Prezechowko. Manuscript/typescript. 147 p.
  7. Bergen – A Bergen Collection. 18 separate genealogies with starting dates ranging from 1769 to 1930. (a) Descendants of Bernhard Baergen (1769–1809) and Katharina Penner (1773–1809) from Gr. Lichtenfelde, Prussia who settled in Chortiza in 1789. Typescript. 164 p. (b) Descendants of Heinrich Bergen (1804–1872) and Susanna Neufeld (1805–1863). (c) Descendants of Johann Bergen (1820–1880) and Maria Wiebe (1822–1852) and Katharina Klassen (1827–1870). (d) Descendants of Knals Bergen (1839–1921) and Anna Friesen. (e) Descendants of Anna Bergen (1856–1913) and Aron Thiessen (1852–1924). (f) Descendants of Agatha Bergen (1867–1948) and Franz Thiessen (1869–1920). (g) Descendants of Judith Bergen (1872–1938) and Dietrich J. Klassen (1872–1919). (h) Descendants of David Bergen (1873–1937) and Katharina Redekopp (1875–1896) and Elizabeth Friesen (1875–1957). (i) Descendants of Gerhard Bergen (1874–1942) and Justina Pries (1877–1944). (j) 9 shorter Bergen genealogies with starting dates ranging from 1875 to 1930.
  8. Bergmann – A Bergmann Collection. (a) Descendants of Abraham Bergmann’s 2 sons, Hermann Bergamann (1850–1919) married to Helena Heinrichs (1853–1925) and Abraham Bergamann (1853–1920) married to Susanna Janzen (1854–1902). (b) Descendants of Gerhard Bergmann (1854–1944) and Maria Stobbe (1859–1944) who lived in the Kuban Settlement in S. Russia. Information taken from the Stobbe book. (c) Descendants of Cornelius Bergmann (1861–1933) and Katharina Peters (1861–1893). (d) Descendants of Maria Bergmann (1872– ) and Johann Martens (1868– ).
  9. Block – Descendants of Peter Block (1797–1878) and Maria Bartel (1799–1862). Information from P. Paetkau, Sperling, MB. Typescript. 120 p.
  10. Boese – Descendants of Gottlieb Boese (ca. 17??) 2 Volumes. Information from Martha Tschetter and also John A. Boese, Freemann, SD with reference to a Boese book compiled in 1956. Typescript. 270, 181 p.
  11. Brandt – A Brandt Collection. (a) Descendants of Klaas Brandt (ca. 1809–1857) and Maria Reimer (1814–ca. 1848) who lived in Tiege and later Conteniusfeld, Molotschna. Information from Brandt Reunion July 21, 1962 and Family Tree by D.P. Reimer, et.al, Blumenort, MB, 1963. Typescript. 183 p. (b) Descendants of Johann Brandt (1891–1972) and Anna Thiessen (1897– ) of Chilliwack, BC. Typescript. 7 p.
  12. Bornn – Descendants of Peter Bornn (1817–1869) and Anna Wall (1816–1873). Manuscript. 132, 20 p. indexed.
  13. Braun – A Braun/brown Collection. (a) Descendants of Jakob Braun (1834–1903) and Maria Fast (1834–1914). Typescript. 109, 10 p. indexed. (b) Descendants of Gerhard Braun (17 ?). Typescript.
  14. Brucks – A Brucks Collection. (a) Descendants of Heinrich Bruck and Anna Esau who lived in Ladekopp, Molotschna, specifically their sons, Heinrich (1880– ) and Jakob (1889– ). (b) Descendants of Bernhard Brucks (1862–1934) and Eliese Dueck (1863–1940) who died in Kansas. (c) Descendants of Aganetha Brucks (1883–1916) and Henry E. Mierau (1877–1953). (d) 2 shorter Brucks genealogies.
  15. Buhr – A Buhr Collection. (a) Descendants of Jacob Buhr Family (1805–1977) by Helen E. Regier. Typescript. 187 p. (b) Descendants of Kornelius Erdman Buhr of Bergthaler Colony, Russia. 7p. (c) Descendants of Erdman Bauer (1754– ) Information from Bergthaler Colony Church Records. (d) Descendants of Peter Buhr (1816– ). Information from Bergthaler Colony Church Records.
  16. Buller – A Buller Collection. (3 Volumes). Manuscript. Includes over 70 shorter Buller genealogies.
  17. Cornies – Descendants of Johann Cornies (1789–1848) and Agnes Klassen (1792–1847). Cornies was the founder of the Agricultural Association of the Mennonite Colonies. Some descendants of the siblings of Johann Cornies are also included. Typescript. 187 p.
  18. De Fehr – Descendants of Benjamin De Fehr including various pedigrees in the De Fehr Family. Manuscript/typescript. 66 p.
  19. 5. Dirks – A Dirks Collection. (a) Descendants of David Dirks and Maria Voth who lived in Gnadenfeld, Molotschna, who son Heinrich Dirks (1842–1915) was a missionary to Sumatra. pp. 1–70 (b) Various Dirks families. pp. 72–101. Index, pp. 1–13.
  20. Doell – A Doell Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Johann Doell and Aganetha Siemens/Brauel. 48 p. (b) Descendants of Anna Doell (1833–1914) and Franz Dyck (1823–1897) who came to Canada in 1876. 130 p. (c) Descendants of Jacob Doell (1911–1972) and Sara Plett (1912– ) of Winkler, MB. 3 p. (d) Descendants of Agatha Doell and Abraham P. Doerksen (1904– ) (e) 5 shorter Doell genealogies.
  21. Duerksen – Genealogy of David Derksen (1733–1973). (published?) Descendants of David Derksen (ca 1733) of Tiegenhagen, Prussia who migrated to Chortiza in 1795. Typescript. 212 p. indexed.
  22. Duerksen – Genealogy of Abraham Doerksen (1805–1960). Descendants of Abraham Doerksen (1805–1871) and Regina Hoeppner (1804–1831) and Helena Schmidt ( – ). Typescript. 148,6p. indexed.
  23. Duerksen – Descendants of Johann Duerksen (1750–1840) who lived in Marienwerder & Koenigsberg, Prussia and migrated to Russia settling in Alexanderthal, Molot. 3 Volumes. 136,655,36p. indexed. Also included are 3 shorter Duerksen genealogies which may or may not be related to this family.
  24. 0. Dyck – Familienchronik der zweiten Maria Dyck, verehel. Martens meinem Enkel Wilhelm Schulz und seiner Ehegattin . . . gewidment. (Winnipeg, MB: private publication, 1943) This volume consists of the pedigree of Maria Dyck going back to such persons as Heinrich Hesse (1787–1868), Abram Riediger (1782–1820), and Heinrich Dyck (1781–1819).
  25. Dyck – Genealogy of Berend Dyck. 1st ed. Typescript. 208 p. This item traces the descendants of Berend Dyck of Pastwa, Prussia and his wife Anna Braun. Some descendants migrated to Russia in 1858 to the Trakt Settlement. Some migrated to the USA IN THE 1880s.
  26. Dyck – Genealogy of Berend Dyck. 2nd ed. Mimeographed publication by K. Peters. 198 p. indexed.
  27. Dyck – Genealogy von Dyck. Descendants of Jacob von Dyck, Claas von Dyck (1722– ), Anna von Dyck (1727– ) and Helene von Dyck (1733– ). Typescript. 180 p. indexed.
  28. Dyck – Genealogy of Peter van Dycke (1633–1696) and Anna Snyder ( –1692). 3 collections consisting of information from Mrs. Dietrich Warkentin, Blumenort, MB, John J. Dick, Leamington, ON, and Jacob P. Dick, Waterloo, ON. Typescript. 182 p.
  29. Dyck – Descendants of Klaas Dueck (ca 1743) and Greeta Kroeker of Fuerstenauerweide, Prussia who settled in Muntau, Molot. Based on several published and unpublished works. Includes the Descendants of Jakob L. Dueck (1839–1893) and Maria Rempel (1840–1917) who migrated from S. Russia to Manitoba in the 1870s based on Stammbuch der Voreltern . . . published in 1955. Includes the descendants of his cousin Jacob Dueck (1826–1914) and Agatha Berg (18??–1855) and Mrs. Katharina Rempel (1828–1891) who died in Ladekopp, Molot. based on information published by J.P. Dyck, Springstein, MB in 1981.
  30. Dyck – Descendants of Johann Dueck (1797–1875) and Liese Fast of Halbstadt, Molotschna. Information from John J. Dick, Leamington, ON. Typescript. 168 p.
  31. Dyck – Genealogical Register of the descendants of Peter Dyck, Neuenburg, Choritiza by R.P. Kerber, Saskatoon, SK. Typescript. 264 p.
  32. Dyck – Descendants of Derk Dyck and Maria Gossen and Maria Bolein (1773–1844). Manuscript.
  33. 5. Dyck – Descendants of Jacob Dick (1747–1811). Handwritten. no pagination. The widow of Jacob Dick came to Russia in 1819 and settled in Gnadenheim, Molotschna.
  34. Eck – Descendants of Zacharias Eck (1774– ) of Volhynia. Based on book compiled by Lydia Eck Cooper, Salt Lake City, UT. Contains many of the descendants who settled in Kansas in the 1870s. Typescript. 318 p.
  35. Ediger – Genealogy of Johann Ediger (1775–1970), Montauerweider, W. Prussia who settled in Schardau, Molotschna. Typescript. 243 p. indexed.
  36. Engbrecht – An Engbrecht Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of David Engbrecht and Maria Dick compiled by Nita M. Engbrecht and Evangeline Engbrecht, 1983. (b) Descendants of Peter Engbrecht and Justina Willems. (c) Descendants of Peter D. Engbrecht (1879–1953) and Katharina Heinrichs (1881–1960) of Steinbach, MB. (d) Descendants of Anna Engbrecht ( –1887) and Kornelius Unrau (1843–1902). (e) Descendants of Margaretha Engbrecht (1853–1892) and Peter Unrau (1853– ) of Liebenau, Molotschna. (f) Descendants of Dietrich Engbrecht (1831– ) and A. Janzen of Gnadenheim, Molotschna. (g) 3 shorter Engbrecht genealogies.
  37. Enns – An Ens/enns/entz Collection. Typescript. (a) Descendants of Peter Entz (ca. 16??) of Schoensee, Gr.Werder, Prussia. 91 p. (b) Descendants of Gerhard Enns (1784–1846) and Maria Wiens (1790–1850) who settled in Schoenhorst, Chortiza in 1788. 23 p. (c) Descendants of Isaak Jacob Enns (1843–1917) and Katharina Bartsch (1836–1876). Information from Mrs. Susan Klassen, Winnipeg, MB. 21 p. (d) Descendants of Johann Johann Enns (1827– ) and Katharina Warkentin (1828–1889) of Muensterberg, Molotschna. Information from Helen and Betty Enns, Winnipeg, MB. (e) Descendants of Aron Ens. Information from Jacob Klassen, Rosemary, AB. 7p. (f) Descendants of Peter Enns (1805– ) and Maria Telitsky (1809– ). Information from Mrs. Jacob Petkau, Winnipeg, MB. 4 p.
  38. Enns – Descendants of Abraham Enns 1784–1981. The manuscript of K. Peters for Ernie Enns, Sardis, B.C. 191 p. indexed.
  39. Enns – Descendants of Cornelius Enns (1788–1828) and Susanna Neufeld (1793–1829) who settled in Fuerstenau, Molot. in 1812. Information from I.G. Neufeld, Fresno, CA and Nettie Rogalsky, Winnipeg, MB. Typescript/manuscript.
  40. Enns – Descendants of Franz Enns and Katharina Wiebe and Widow Kroeger, who settled in Mariaswohl, Molotschna in 1857 and moved to Alexandertal in 1874. Information from F.F. Enns and Anna Epp Ens. Manuscript. 97 p. indexed.
  41. Enns – The Gerhard Enns Family (1977). Compiled by Peter A. Enns, Winnipeg, MB. Descendants of Gerhard Enns (1787–1855) and Elizabeth Goertz (1815–1862). Typescript.
  42. Enns – Descendants of Peter Ens (1761) who settled in Einlage, Chortiza ca. 1790. Information from Johann J. Klassen. Published by Ernest J. Klassen in 1983. 317, 33 p. indexed. (Note: a second volume with much of the same information consisting of 152pp. and a 27 p. index is in hand written form.)
  43. 5. Entz – Descendants of Martin Entz and Margarete Regier whose son Johann (1787–1881) lived and died in Elbing, Prussia.
  44. Epp – Descendants of Cornelius Epp (1728–1805) and Sara Andres. 3 Volumes. The descendants settled in Rosenthal, Chortiza. Typescript. 567 p.
  45. Epp – Descendants of Johann Epp who migrated from Danzig in 1804 to Molotschna, and the Descendants of Heinrich Epp and Margaretha Dueck, possibly a brother. 2 Volumes. Typescript. 477 p.
  46. Epp – Descendants of Franz Epp and Franz Isaac by Mrs. Arlie E. Friesen, Henderson, NE. Includes descendants of Jacob Epp who settled in Nebreska in 1877. Typescript. 141, 14 p. indexed.
  47. Esau – An Esau Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Aron Esau (1783–1845) and Elizabeth Huebert who came to Russia in 1804. (b) Descendants of Aron Esau and Sara Siemens who settled in Manitoba in the 1870s or 1880s. (c) Descendants of Heinrich J. Esau and Margarete Bergman. (d) Descendants of Heinrich Esau (1873– ) and Elizabeth Janzen (1881– ). (e) Descendants of Jacob Esau and Susanna Regier. (f) Descendants of Johann Esau (1871–1947) and Sara Wiens ( –1923).
  48. Ewert – An Ewert Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Isaac Ewert (1891–1972) of Clearbrook, BC and Susanna Neufeld ( –1955). (b) Descendants of David Ewert (1894– ) and Margaretha Wiebe (1901– ). (c) Descendants of Gerhard Ewert and Maria Dick. (d) Descendants of Johann H. Ewert (1910– ) and Katharina Thiessen (1919– ). (e) Descendants of John G. Ewert (1874–1958) and Margarete Fast (1874–1954). (f) Descendants of Tobias Ewert and Maria Funk of Waldheim, Molotschna who came to Canada in 1928.Katharina Thiessen (1919– ). (e) Descendants of John G. Ewert (1874–1958) and Margarete Fast (1874–1954). (f) Descendants of Tobias Ewert and Maria Funk of Waldheim, Molotschna who came to Canada in 1928.
  49. Falk – A Falk Collection – Manuscript. 11 shorter Falk genealogies. (a) Descendants of Wilhelm Falk (1797–1872) and Helena Pauls (1802–1849). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (b) Descendants of David Falk (1809–1876). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (c) Descendants of Heinrich Falk (1799– ) and Maria Janzen (1797–1854). Information from the Bergthaler Church Records. (d) Descendants of Peter Falk (1803–1844) and Katharina Dyck (1803). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (e) Descendants of David Falk (1867–1942) and Katharina Niessen ( –1910) and Maria Block (1878–1958) who came to Canada in 1923 and settled in Manitoba. (f) Descendants of Cornelius Falk (1895–1959) and Katharina Suderman (1903– ) of Steinbach, Manitoba. (g) 5 shorter Falk genealogies.
  50. Fast – Johann Fast Family Book. 1763–1963. Information from a book compiled by O.J. Wall, Montana. Includes the descendants of Johann Fast (1784– ) and Anna Ellert (1785– ) who migrated from Prussia to Rudnerweide, Molot. in 1818 and those descendants who settled in Minnesota in the 1870s. Typescript. 192 p.
  51. 0. Franz – Descendants of Johann Franz (1814–1893) and Elisabeth Janzen. Handwritten. pp. 1–79, 91–104, pp. 1–11 index. A supplement section contains a collection of other Franz families in Southern Russia during the 19th century.
  52. Friesen – A Friesen Collection. Typescript. 182 p. (a) Descendants of Bernhard Friesen (1774– ) of Tiegenhagen, Prussia. Information from David Isaak, Saskatoon, SK. 46 p. (b) Descendants of Johann Friesen, marine merchant in Palschau. Information from Gerhard Peters. (c) Descendants of Jacob Jacob Friesen (1826–1913) of Steinfeld, Molot. (d) Descendants of Isaac Peter Friesen (1843–1899) of Barvenkovo. Information from Heinrich J. Friesen, Winnipeg, MB. (e) Descendants of Cornelius Friesen (1762–1848). Information from Mrs. Peter Friesen nee Thiessen.
  53. Friesen – Descendants of Bernhard Friesen (1826–1913) and Katherine Gerbrandt (1828–1887) who came to America in 1874. Information from book published by Elsie H. Friesen, Henderson, NE in 1975. Typescript. 407, 35 p., indexed.
  54. Friesen – Descendants of Abraham von Riesen (1756–1810) and Margargetha Wiebe (1754–1810). Includes the prominent Kleinegemeinde Friesens. 3 Volumes. Typescript. 64,144,70,393 p.
  55. Friesen – Genealogy of Johann von Riesen compiled for Gerhard I. Peters by K. Peters, Winnipeg, MB. Descendants of Julius von Riesen (ca. 1780– ) and Anna Kroeker (1781– ) who migrated from Prussia to Muensterberg, Molot. in 1804. Mimeographed publication. 131 p. indexed. 25 charts.
  56. Froese – Descendants of Peter Froese (1755–1806) and Anna Peters (1756–1806) who came to Russia in 1796. Information from book entitled, Abram Johann Froese Family compiled by David Redekop, 1973. Typescript. 198 p. indexed.
  57. Froese – Descendants of Cornelius Froese who came from Thiensdorf, Prussia to Kronsweide, S. Russia in 1793. Manuscript/Typescript.
  58. Funk – Genealogy of Jacob Funk 1788–1962. Information from a publication compiled by Donna Janzen Neal, Murray UT. The descendants of Jacob Funk lived in Prangenau, Molot. and migrated to Kansas in the 1870s.
  59. Gaede – The Abraham B. Gaede Family. Information from book published by Jim Gaede, et.al, Fresno, Ca in 1977. Included are the descendants of Johann Gaede (1786) and Katrina Nickel of Thorn, W. Prussia and whose descendants settled in Liebenau, Molot. and migrated to America in the 1870s.
  60. Giesbrecht – A Giesbrecht Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Abram P. Giesbrecht (1884–1964) and Maria Bergen (1889–1973) from Lichtenau, Molot. who came to Manitoba in 1924. (b) Descendants of Abraham Giesbrecht (1803–1858) and Marg. Ens (1812–1840). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (c) Descendants of Abram Giesbrecht and Tina Janzen who settled in Paraguay ca. 1930. (d) Desc. of Franz Giesbrecht (1790–1860) and Mrs. Elizabeth Dyck nee Mahnhold (1794–1844). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (e) Descendants of Gerhard Abram Giesbrect (1895–1954) and Agnes Thiessen (1904– ) who moved from Crimea to Manitoba in 1920s. (f) Descendants of Jacob Giesbrecht (1810–1867) and Katharina Bergen (1808–1848). Information from Bergthaler Church Records. (g) Descendants of Peter Giesbrecht (1829) and Susanna Driedger (1835). Information from Osterwick MB Records. (h) Descendants of Peter Giesbrecht (1841–1903) and Anna Thiessen (1849–1908). Peter Giesbrecht was born in Tiegenhagen, Molot. and lived in Rosenhof. (i) Descandants of Peter Giesbrecht (1883–1963) and Elizabeth Wittenberg (1886–1959) of Yarrow, BC. (j) Descendants of Wilhelm B. Giesbrecht (1898) and Helene Martens (1900–1972) who immigrated to Canada in the 1920s settling in Steinbach, MB.
  61. Goertz – Descendants of Franz P. Goertz (1860–1920) and Maria Born (1865–1952) from Alexanderpol, Russia. Information from a family history entitled, Unsere Auswanderung aus Russland 1929 by Isaac F. Goertz, Winnipeg, MB. Typescript.
  62. Goossen – Descendants of Gerhard Goossen (1811–1854) and Minnie Plett (1815–1864) of Blumstein, Molotschna, a prominent family in the Kleinegemeinde. Information from a Goossen Book compiled and published by Victor Goossen, Rosenort, MB. 2 Volumes. Typescript. 538 p.
  63. Groening – Descendants of Peter Groening (ca. 1768) and Justina Friesen whose grandson, Franz Groening (1834–1901) moved from Russia to Kansas in the 1870s. Information from the publication, The Groening–Wiebe Family 1768–1974 by Joel A. Wiebe et.al. Typescript. 58 p.
  64. Hamm – A Hamm Collection. Typescript. 163 p. (a) Descendants of Michael Hamm (1724–1744) and Anna Foth (1723–1744) of Danzig, Prussia. (b) Descendants of Martin Hamm (1742–1806) who migrated from Prussia to Russia and died in Rosenthal, Chortiza. Information from Martin Hamm, Winnipeg, MB. (c) Descendants of Martin Hamm (1742–1806) who migrated from Prussia to Russia and died in Rosenthal, Chortiza. Information from Oscar H. Hamm, Saskatoon, SK. (d) Descendants of Abram Hamm and Maria Braun (1830–1908) of Chortiza Colony. (e) Descendants of Herman Hamm ( –1940) and Elizabeth Wiebe ( –1932) from Lichtenau, Molotschna. (f) Descendants of David Hamm and Anna Krahn of Chortiza Settlement. (g) Descendants of Martin Hamm (1898–1974) and Maria Janzen (1897–1964).
  65. Hamm – Descendants of Martin Hamm (1690–1750) and Anna Bergen (1693–1764) of Tiegenhof, founder and owner of Brewery in Ohrloff. Typescript. 149 p.
  66. Hamm – Descendants of Jacob Hamm (ca. 1690–1741) and Elisabeth Tiessen (ca. 1694–1734), Danzig. Also includes the descendants of Helene Hamm (1785–1847) of Danzig. Information from Bartholomaus Tiessen’s book. Manuscript. 48, 125 p. indexed.
  67. Harder – A Harder Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Johann Harder (ca. 1779) and Justina Fast who migrated to Russia in 1811. Information from book entitled, The Harder Heritage 1974. (b) Descendants of Klaas Harder (1844–1927) and Elizabeth Peters (1850–1923) who lived in the Zagradovka Colony. (c) Another 26 Harder shorter genealogies or individual family registers.
  68. Harder – The Descendants of Johann Harder (1765–1826) who came to Russia from Prussia in 1804 and settled in Blumstein, Molotschna. Typescript.
  69. Harms – A Harms Collection. Typescript. (a) Descendants of Isaak Harms (1833–1888) and Katharina Froese (?) who immigrated to America in the 1870s and settled in Kansas. Information from Esther Hiebert Horch. 138 p. (b) Descendants of Isaac Harms (1811–1891) and Anna Sawatsky (1809– ) and Carolina Friesen nee Plett (1823–1887) who settled in Jansen, Nebraska in 1874. Information from Maria Kasdorf Janzen. 158 p. (c) Descendants of Gerhard Peter Harms (ca. 1771) and Maria Fast who emigrated to Russia in 1795, settling first in Osterwick and moving to the Molotschna Colony in 1804. (“A draft for discussion purposes only” by Delbert F. Plett 1988) 33 p.
  70. Hesse – Descendants of Heinrich Heese (1787–1868) and Katharina Penner (1791–1833). This is a publication compiled for E.J. Klassen by K. Peters.
  71. Heide – A Heide Collection. Information from a publication entitled, The Klaas Klaas Heide Family from Prussia to Russia. The Peter Klaas Heide Family and many more (1820–1972) from Russia to America. Typescript. 185 p. indexed. (a) Descendants of Klaas Klaas Heide (1820–1886) and Agatha Fast (1824–1885) of Gnadenheim, Molotschna. (b) Descendants of Jacob Heide (ca. 1808) and Margareta Funk. (c) Descendants of Martin J. Heide (1833–1916) and Margareta Wiens. (d) Descendants of Johann Heide (1828–1901) and Anna Friesen (1830–1879). (e) Descendants of Karl Heide (1831–1905) of Montana. (f) Descendants of John Jacob Von der Heide (1838–1912). (g) Descendants of Johann Heide who settled in Canada in 1874/5. (h) Descendants of Klaas Haid (1821–1888) and Helena Peters nee Rempel (1809–1865).
  72. Heidebrecht – A Heidebrecht Collection. Over 30 separate genealogies or family registers. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Jakbo Heidebrecht. Information compiled by Delbert F. Plett, Steinbach, MB. (b) Descendants of Helena Heidebrecht (1857–1900) and Peter Janzen (1849–1902) of Molotschna. 70 p. (c) Descendants of Margareta Heidebrecht ( –1949) and Cornelius Willms (1859–1923) of Tiege, Molotschna.
  73. Heinrichs – Descendants of Kornelius Heinrichs (1782–1828) and Eva Janzen (1786–1868). Information from Marianne Janzen, Winnipeg, MB. Typescript. 382, 26 p. indexed.
  74. Hiebert – A Hiebert Collection. Typescript. (a) Descendants of brothers Cornelius Hiebert (1827) and Claus Hiebert (1834) who came to America in 1875. Information from Esther Horch. 128 p. (b) Descendants of David Hiebert (1818–1823) and Susanna Funk (1823–1895). Information from Dave and Edith Hiebert. (c) Another 10 shorter Hiebert family registers.
  75. Hiebert – Descendants of Abraham Hiebert (1801– ) and Helena Siemens (1804–1869) from the Bergthaler Colony in Russia. Typescript. 111 p.
  76. Hildebrand – Descendants of Michael Hildebrand (1714–1768). Traces the descendants of son Peter Hildebrand (1754–1849) who settled on the Insel Chortiza in 1788. Typescript. 306 p.
  77. Hoeppner – A Hoeppner Collection. (a) Genealogy of Jacob Hoeppner (1748–1826) who led the first group of Mennonites to settle in Russia in 1788. Typescript. 101 p. (b) Descendants of Jacob Heppner (1792–1857) and Maria Isaac (1791–1850). Information from the Bergthaler Church Records.
  78. Isaak – Descendants of Kornelius Isaak (1820–1865) and Margareta Schmidt (1821–1891) of Schoenberg, Chortiza. Information from published book entitled, Franz Kornelius Isaak and Maria Braun nee Ens. Also includes the descendants of Johann Braun (1832–1918) and Susanna Thiessen (1833–1906). Typescript. 126 p.
  79. Isaak – An Isaak Collection. (a) Descendants of Jacob Isaak (1813–1881) and Sara Sawatzky (1816–1894) of Molotschna. Includes the descendants of a grandson, Kornelius Isaak who settled in Reedley, CA in 1913. (b) Descendants of Abram Isaak (1788– ) and Judith Derksen (1785). (c) Descendants of Peter Isaak (1828– ) and Anna Andres (1827–1900).
  80. Isaak – Descendants of Philip Isaac (1694–1753) and Maria Reimer (1701– ) of Burwalderfeld, W. Prussia, whose descendants settled in the Molotschna Colony. Information from book entitled, A Family Book from 1694 to 1916 and from David Isaac, Saskatoon, Sk.
  81. Janzen – Genealogy of Abraham Janzen 1729–1909 whose descendants came to Russia in 1793. Compiled for E.J. Klassen by K. Peters. 101 p. indexed.
  82. Janzen – A Janzen Collection Entiled Genealogy Of The Schoenwieser Janzens 1752–1979. 205 p. indexed. (a) Descendants of Heinrich Janzen (1752–1824). (b) Descendants of Heinrich Janzen (1803–1855) and Helena Krahn (1809–1879). (c) Descendants of Wilhelm Janzen (1817–1888) and Maria Fleming (1817–1854) and Anna Wiebe (1835–1854). (d) Descendants of Franz Janzen (1808) and Maria Peters (1830–1907). (e) Descendants of Peter Janzen (1818) and Anna Neufeld (1814). (f) Descendants of Kornelius Janzen (1873–1920) and Helena Goertzen (1875–1893). (g) Descendants of Franz Janzen (1818).
  83. Janzen – Descendants of Johann Janzen (1752–1823) and Maria Bergmann (1758–1808) and Agatha Fast who settled in Petershagen, Molotschna in 1804. Typescript. 416 p. indexed.
  84. 1. – Descendants of Julius Jantzen (1836–1905) and Katharina Letkemann (1834– ) who lived in Schoenhorst, S. Russia.
  85. Janzen – Descendants of Peter Janzen (1789–1862) and Eva Ratzlaff, many of whose descendants came to U.S.A. in 1879. Information compiled by Kathryn Klassen, Martha Adrian and Walter Adrian. Typescript. 407 p.
  86. Janzen – Descendants of Dirk Janzen whose descendants settled in Nebraska.
  87. Janzen – Descendants of Peter Jantzen and Maria Unrau who migrated to Rudnerweide, Molotschna in 1819.
  88. Jantz–Janzen – Descendants of Heinrich Jantz–Janzen 1762–1962). Information from a publication by Donna Janzen Neal, Murray, Utah. Typescript. 168 p.
  89. 5. Jantz – Descendants of Peter Jantz. Pages 1–48 in this volume contain the ancestors and family of the prominent Mennonite leader, Benjamin B. Janz (1877–1964) of Coaldale, Alberta. Pages 49–102 contain a collection of various other Jantz families. Handwritten and 14 page index.
  90. Janzen – A Janzen Collection. (a) Descendants of Johann Janzen (1766–1847) and Maria Siemens (1768–1840) of Danzig, Prussia, whose son Abraham came to Russia in 1839, eventually settling in Tiege, Molotschna. Information from Abraham B. Gaede Book. (b) Descendants of Aron Janzen (1782– ) from Tiegenhoff, W. Prussia who settled in Schoensee, Molotschna in 1805 and whose descendants moved to Zagradovka in 1872. Information fomr Peter Janzen, Abbotsford, BC. (c) Descendants of Margaretha Janzen (1877–1945) and Johann Epp (1875–1948). Information from Elizabeth Janzen Epp, Springstein, MB. (d) Descendants of Heinrich Jantzen (1862–1937) and Marie Jantzen (1870–1938) of Plymouth, NE. (e) Descendants of Peter Janzen (1845–1918) of Helena Wiebe (1848– ) of Gnadenfeld, Molotschna. (f) Descendants of Franz Janzen (1798–1881) and Anna Peters (1804–1863) whose son came to America in 1875.
  91. Kaethler – Descendants of Jakob Kaethler and Anna Wall whose descendants settled in the Molotschna. Manuscript/Typescript.
  92. Kasdorf – A Kasdorf Collection. Typescript. 115 p. (a) Genealogy of Peter Kasdorf 1811–1978. Information from Maria Kasdorf Janzen. Includes the descendants of Peter Kasdorf (1811–1897) and Anna Dirksen (1811–1861). (b) Descendants of Isaak Kasdorf (1735– ) and Anna Toews (1742– ) who moved from Stolzenberg, Prussia to Neuenburg, Chortiza in 1789 (later Rosental). (c) Descendants of Heinrich Kasdorf who lived in Tiege, Molotschna from 1829 to 1902. (d) Several other shorter Kasdorf genealogies.
  93. Klassen – A Klassen Collection. Typescript. 223 p. (a) Descendants of Jacob Jacob Klassen (1823–1890) of Elisabethal, Molotschna and Augustine Penner (1826–1905). (b) Descendants of David Konrad Klassen (1854–1921) and Agatha Sawatsky (1854–1922). (c) Descendants of Isaak Abram Klassen who came to Russia in 1789 and settled in Neuendorf. (d) Descendants of Abram Isaac Klassen (1861–1893) and Maria Derksen (1862–1945). (e) Descendants of Dietrich Klassen (1814–1899) and Helena Friesen (1817–1900). (f) Descendants of Peter Klassen (1798– ) and Gertruda Wall (1802–1871) who settled in Chortiza Colony.
  94. 1. Klassen – Descendants of Abraham Claahsen (1722–1788) and Catarina Dirks (1724–1779). Handwritten. 118 pp. 14 pp. index.
  95. Klatt – Genealogy of Peter Klatt and others from Deutsches Geschlechterbuch Vol. 126. 143 p.
  96. Koop – Descendants of John Koop (1831–1897) and Katharina Barkman (1832–1923) who came to Manitoba in the 1870s as part of the Kleinegemeinde group. Information from The Koop Family Register 1801–1975. 3 volumes. Typescript/manuscript. 843 p.
  97. Kornelsen – A Kornelsen Collection. (a) Descendants of Abraham E. Kornelson (1845–1893) and Marie Wiens (1846–1927) who settled in Crimea in 1860 and joined the Kleinegemeinde in 1868. Information compiled by G. U. Kornelsen and V.H. Kornelsen, Belize, British Honduras. Typescript. 61 p. indexed. (b) Descendants of Heinrich Kornelsen (1807–1857). Manuscript for No. 90.
  98. Kornelsen – Genealogy of Heinrich Kornelsen 1807–1975 compiled for Ernst J. Klassen by K. Peters, Winnipeg. 92 p. indexed.
  99. Koslowsky – Descendants of David Koslowsky (1769– ) and Anna Willms (1792– ) who migrated to Russia in 1803/4 and settled at Einlage. Information from P. Paetkau, Sperling, MB. Typescript.
  100. Krahn – Descendants of Johann Krahn (1763– ) who lived in Chortiza Colony.
  101. Kroeker – A Kroeker Collection (A) Descendants Of Abraham Kroeker (1816–1879) And Katharina Wiebe Who Lived In The Molotschna. (b) Descendants of Cornelius Phillip Kroeker (1839–1913) and Justina Dirks (1844–1895) from the Molotschna to the Crimea. (c) Descendants of Peter Franz Kroeker who married Katharina Schroeder in 1869 in Landskrone, Molotschna. (d) Descendants of Julius Kroeker who came to Russia as an 8 year old boy. Includes some of the descendants who came to America in the 1870s and other who came to Canada in 1925.
  102. Kroeker – Genealogy of Jacob Kroeker 1754–1980 compiled for Elsie A. Klassen by K. Peters, Winnipeg, MB. Descendants of Jacob Kroeker who settled in Fuerstenau, Molotschna in 1806.
  103. Langemann – A Langemann Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Aaron Langemann (1879–1945) and Anna Penner (1879– ) who came to Canada in 1925 and settled in Leamington, ON. (b) Descendants of Jakob Martin Langemann (1872–1958) and Justina Wiens (1873–1960) who came to Canada 1925 and settled in Manitoba. (c) Descendants of Johann J. Langemann (1870– ) and Anna Cornies (1871– ) of Nikolaifeld/Alexanderkrone, Molotschna (?). (d) Descendants of Abram Peter Langemann (1886–1966) who came to Canada 1926 and settled in Coaldale, AB. (e) Descendants of Peter Langemann (1891–1965) who came to Canada 1925 and settled in Leamington, ON. (f) Descendants of Johann Langemann (1896–1982) and Gertrude Janzen (1891– ). (g) Several other shorter Langemann family registers and genealogies.
  104. Lehn – A Lehn Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Anna Lehn (1875–1954) and Peter Schroeder (1872–1927) of Dundurn, SK. (b) Descendants of Helena Lehn (1885–1957) and Cornelius Friesen (1880–1943) of Alberta. (c) Descendants of Jacob I. Lehn (1899–1967) and Helene Janzen (1899–1976) of Leamington, ON. (d) A number of shorter Lehn genealogies and family registers.
  105. Loewen – The Descendants of Isaak Loewen. (ca. 1759) Information from book published by Solomon L. Loewen, Hillsboro, KS, 1961. 3 Volumes. Typescript. 1381 p.
  106. Loewen – Descendants of Michael Loewen (1606–1710). Information from Mrs. Susanna Bergen, Winnipeg, MB. Traces the descendants of Johann Loewen (1800–1848) and Helena Klassen (1801–1851). Typescript.
  107. Lepp – A Lepp Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Johann Lepp and Susanna Friesen who came to America in the 1870s settling in Mountain Lake, MN. (b) Descendants of Heinrich Loepp (1868–1947) and Aganetha Wiebe (1870–1966) of Tiege, Molotschna. (c) Descendants of Johann Lepp (1860– ) and Anna Enns (1865– ) of Winkler, MB. (d) Descendants of Heinrich Loepp (1967– ) and Agnanetha Wiebe (1870– ) of Tiege, Molotschna. (e) Several other shorter Lepp family registers.
  108. Martens – A Martens Collection. Typescript. 126 p. (a) Descendants of Peter Martens (1759–1843) and Maria Braun ( –1802), specifically his son, Peter Martens (1793–1867) and Helena Andres (1801–1854). (b) Descendants of Johann Martens (1760–1831) and Margaretha Harder, specifically of son Jacob Martens (1785–1857). (c) Descendants of Johann Martens (1868– ) and Maria Bergmann (1872– ). (d) Descendants of Franz Paul Martens (1800–1859) and Maria Schmidt (1807–1855) of Rueckenau, Molotschna. (e) Descendants of William J. Martens (1898–1972) and Mary Enns (1898–1942).
  109. 1. Martens – Descendants of Johann Martens who settled in Waldheim, Molotschna in 1836. Handwritten. 65 pp., 13 page index. (There are two slightly different copies of this work.)
  110. Martens – Genealogy of Aron Martens 1754–1977 compiled for Ernest J. Klassen by K. Peters, Winnipeg, MB. Published. 410 p. indexed.
  111. Matthies – A Matthies Collection. Manuscript/Typescript. (a) Descendants of Abram Matthies (1792–1860) and Anna Braun (1797–1863). Information from Rudy Friesen. 129 p. (b) Descendants of Abraham Matthies who left Rudnerweide and settled in Crimea in the 1870s. (c) Descendants of Katharina Matthies (1816–1880) and Nikolai Schmidt (1815– ) who possibly died in Jerusalem. (d) Descendants of Cornelius Matthies (1878– ) and Susanna Schmidt (1879–1921) of Rabbit Lake, SK. (e) Descendants of Anna Matthies (1875–1954) and Gerhard Baerg ( –1919) whose family came to Canada in 1924. (f) Several other Matthies family registers.
  112. Neudorf – A Neudorf Collection. Typescript. 230, 20 p. (a) Descendants of Abram Neudorf 1761 compiled by Henry John Neudorf. This family resided in Osterwick, Chortiza Colony. (b) Descendants of Jakob Neudorf
  113. Neufeld – Descendants of Abraham Neufeld (1777– ) and Katharina Friesen. This family includes descendants who came to the U.S.A. in 1877. Typescript. 162 p.
  114. Neufeld – A Neufeld–Letkemann Genealogy compiled by Ann Krahn. The genealogy traces back to Johann Johann Neufeld (1786– ) and Katharina Dueck (1790– ) but specifically contains the descendants of the children and step children of Johann Peter Neufeld (1862–1936) and Katharina Esau (1868–1906) and widow Katarina Letkemann (nee Wiebe) (1865–1920). Typescript. 77 p. Also includes descendants of Gerhard Neufeld and Katharina Wiebe, whose son Gerhard Neufeld (1756–1818) migrated to Russia.
  115. Neufeld – Descendants of Johann Neufeld (17??– ). Information from Mrs. Erma Neufeld, Dallas, OR. Typescript. 305 p. This genealogy includes some descendants who migrated to the U.S.A. in THE 1880s and 1890s.
  116. 5. Neufeld – A Neufeld Collection (A) Descendants Of Abram Neufeld ( –1915) And Agatha Epp (1862–1930), Whitewater, Manitoba. (b)Descendants of Gerhard Neufeld (1872–1943) and Justina Epp (1877–1964), Whitewater, MB (c) Descendants of Johann Neufeld (1772– ), father of Abraham Neufeld (1792–1834) who married Katharina Wiebe (1792–1834) (d) Descendants of Johann Jacob Neufeld ( –1914) and Justine Epp (1885–1912) (e) Descendants of Maria Neufeld (1882–1966) and Jacob Epp (1883–1961), Boissevain, MB (f) Descendants of Wilhelm G. Neufeld (1877–1971) and Anna Epp (1885–1963), Winnipeg, MB.
  117. Neuman – A Neuman Collection. (a) Descendants of Jakob Neuman (1785–1858). (b) Descendants of Johann Neuman (1878–1928) of Port Rowan, Ontario. (c) Descendants of Dietrich Neuman (1892–1955) of Muensterberg, Molotschna who settled in Leamington, Ontario after 1926. (d) Descendants of Heinrich D. Neuman (1885–1955) and Sara Wiebe (1890– ) from Spat, Crimea who came to Canada in 1926. (e) A number of smaller genealogies and family registers.
  118. Neustadter – A Neustadter Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Abram Neustadter (1866–1907) and Katharina Heinrichs (1867–1907). Information from the Heinrichs book. (b) Descendants of Helena Neustadter (1840–1910) and Isaak Heinrichs (1838–1912). Information from the Heinrich book. (c) Descendants of Abraham Neustadter (1843–1901) and Helena Peters (1852–1919) of Nikolaipol, S. Russia. (d) Descendants of Abram Johann Neustadter (1869–1920) and Katharina Peters (1871–1950). (e) Many other shorter genealogies and family registers.
  119. Nickel – A Nickel Collection. Typescript. 268 p. (a) Genealogy of Jacob Nickel (1817–1908) and Justina Driedger (1815–1872). Information compiled by Mrs. G.D. Pries, Winkler, MB in 1966. indexed. (b) Descendants of Kornelius Franz Nickel (1823–1891) and Maria Unruh (1828–1902) of Carolswalde, Poland. Information from Heinrich D. Geddert, Coaldale, AB.
  120. Nickel – The Nikkel–Nickel Family. Prussia, Russia, America and Canada. Information compiled by John P. Nikel and Gene M. Nikkel. Typescript. 284, 34 p. indexed. 2 Volumes. Traces the famkly back to Peter Nickel (1744) who came to Kronsweide, S.Russia in 1789, but primarily focuses on the descendants of a grandson Benjamin Nickel (1813–1903) who came to Kansas in 1875.
  121. Niebuhr – A Niebuhr Collection. Typescript. (a) Descendants of Jacob Niebuhr (1786–1835) and Aganetha Wiebe (1780–1848). Information from Mrs. Franz Thiessen, BC and Mrs. Helen Hamm, Winnipeg, MB. (b) Descendants of Peter Niebuhr ( –1894) and Margaretha Paetkau (1834–1916). (c) Several other Niebuhr family registers.
  122. Paetkau – Descendants of Jacob Paetkau (1759–1818) and Magdelena Froese (1768–1831) from Tiegenhagen, Prussia who settled in Russia in 1789. Information from P. Paetkau, Sperling, MB. Typescript. 179 p.
  123. Petkau – Genealogy of Petkau. 1825–1979. Compiled by Peter A. Petkau. Manuscript. 102 p. Traces the family back to Johann Jacob Petkau (1825–1922) and Agatha Reimer (1829–1903) of Osterwick, S.Russia.
  124. Pauls – A Pauls Collection. (a) Descendants of Heinrich Pauls and Katharina Epp (b) Descendants of Franz Pauls
  125. 1. Pauls – Descendants of Franz Pauls (1827–1897) of Alexanderthal, Russia. Some of this volume contains the work of Hugo Pauls, Winnipeg.
  126. Pauls – Descendants of Franz Pauls (1774–1848) and Susanna Penner (1779–1851) who lived in Kronsweide, S. Russia.
  127. Penner – Peter Penner Genealogy (1816–1973). Typescript. 2 Volumes. 881 p. indexed. Traces the descendants of Peter Penner (1816–1884) who settled in Manitoba with the Kleinegemeinde GROUP in the 1870s.
  128. 1. Penner – A Penner Collection (A) Descendants Of Heinrich Penner (1801– ) And Margaretha Loewen. (2 volumes which contain similar information) In volume 116.1b this genealogy consists of 144 pages and 14 pages of index. (b) Descendants of David Penner (1836– ) and Margareta Wieler (In volume 116.1b this consists of pages 1–61 plus a 7 page index.) (c) Descendants of Peter Johann Penner ( –1937) and Katharina Dahl (1866– ). (In volume 116.1b this consists of pages 1–28 plus a 4 page index. (d) Descendants of Cornelius Penner (1879–1939) and Elisabeth Baergen (1887– ). (e) Descendants of Bernhard Penner (1813– ) and Anna Dyck (1816–1887). (In volume 116.1b this section consists of 91 pages. (f) Various other Penner families.
  129. Peters – Descendants of Daniel Peters (1794–1879). Information from P. Paetkau, Sperling, MB. Typescript. 147 p. Traces the descendants of Daniel David Peters (1794–1879) and Katharina Hamm (1800–1839) and Helena Janzen (1816–1861).
  130. Peters – Genealogy of Gerhard Peters 1772–1978 compiled by K. Peters, Winnipeg, MB. 2nd Edition. 363, 68 p. indexed. Includes a 1984 supplement.
  131. Peters – From the Roots of Jacob Peters by Elsie Helen Friesen. Henderson, NE: Private Publication, 1978. 141 p. indexed.
  132. Plenert – Descendants of Heinrich Wilhelm Plenert (1809–1867) and Aganetha Bartel (1810–1901). Information from P. Paetkau, Sperling, MB.
  133. Plett – The Descendants of Johannes Plett (1730– ) and Anna Schroeder ( –1808) of Fuerstenwerder, Prussia. 6 Volumes. Manuscript/Typescript. Vol. 1 consists of descendants of Johann Plett (1786–1854) and Michael Plett (1814–1899) and several shorter collections related to the various branches of the Plett genealogy. Vol. 2 consists of the descendants of Anna Plett (1813–1887) and Johann Isaac (1809–1864). Volume 3 consists of the descendants of Karolina Plett (1823–1887) and Klaas von Riessen (1793–1870). Volumes 4 to 6 consist of the descendants of Kornelius Plett (1820–1900) and Sara Loewen (1822–1903). For additional descendants of Johannes Plett (1730– ) also see No. 63, 57, and 154 in this listing for the descendants of Elizabeth Plett and Johann Harder (1789–1847) and Minna Plett (1815–1864) and Gerhard Goosen (1811–1854) and Maria Plett (1811–1895) and Johann Toews (1793–1873).
  134. (b). Plett – The Descendants of Johannes Plett (1730– ) (Similar volume to as No. 121 above).
  135. Pries – Descendants of Gerhard G. Pries (1791–1849) and Anna Epp (1797–1826) who lived in Rosental, Chortiza. Typescript. 235 p.
  136. Quapp – A Quapp Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Johann Quapp and Katharina Wiebe. (b) Descendants of Peter Quapp and Susanna Funk ( –1947).
  137. 0. Rahn – Descendants of Isbrand Rahn (1712– ) and Anna Neufeld. 2 Volumes. Volume I consists of 404 pages and a 66 page index. Volume II consists of pages 405–822 with the same index.
  138. Ratzlaff – The Family Register of Relatives of Erich L. Ratzlaff and his wife Lydia , nee Ratzlaff, that originate in the Mennonite Community at Deutsch Wymschle, Poland. A Mimeographed publication by Erich L. Ratzlaff, 1971. Consists of 12 genealogies, tracing descendants of Brent Ratzlaff (1736), Wilhelm Schroeder (1800), Peter Wohlgemuth (1800), Jakob Foth (1787–1853), Andreas Ratzlaff (1799), Jakob Ratzlaff (1780), Peter Kliewer (1803–1869), Andreas Bartel (1821–1885), David Unruh (1780), Andreas Schmidt (1794), Karl Heier (1812) and Bernhard Foth (1801).
  139. Ratzlaff – Descendants of Hans Ratzlaff from Przechowko, Poland. Information from the Alexanderwohler Church Records (Poland, Russia, U.S.A.) Typescript. 194 p.
  140. 5. Retzlaff – Descendants of Johann Retzlaff (1726–1805). Handwritten. 375 pp., index 42 pp.
  141. Redekopp – A Redekopp Collection. (a) Descendants of David Redekop (1730), specifically his son David Redekop (1789–1852) and Katarina Wiebe (1793– ) of Rosental, S. Russia. Information from The Redekop(p) Clan 1730–1980 by David E. Redekop, Winnipeg, MB. (b) Descendants of Isaak I. Redekopp and Anna Bergmann (c) Descendants of Heinrich I. Redekopp and Helena Wiebe of Winkler, MB who came to Canada in 1903. (d) Descendants of Peter Jacob Redekopp and Katarina Wiebe of Neuendorf, Chortiza. (e) Descendants of Wilhelm D. Redekop (1883– ) and Sara Block (1899– ).
  142. Regehr – A Regehr Collection. Typescript/Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Abraham Regehr (1857–1919) and Helena Warkentin (1858–1919) of Muensterberg, Sagradowka (?). (b) Descendants of Peter Regehr (1883–1973) and Anna Reimer (1883–1977) aof Coaldale, AB. (c) Descendants of Isaac Regehr (1892– ) and Maria Dueck (1908). (d) Descendants of Isaac Regehr (1807– ) and Anna Thiessen (1813– ). (e) Descendants of Jakob Regier (1870– ) and Maria Wall (1878– ). (f) Descendants of Jakob Regier (1792–1875) and Anna Dyck (1798–1865). Information from Mrs. Olga Rempel. (g) Descendants of John T. Regehr ( –1886) and Elizabeth Dueck (1865–1899) who came to Canada with the Kleinegemeinde in the 1870s (h) A number of shorter genealogies and family registers.
  143. Reimer – A Reimer Collection. (a) Descendants of Cornelius Reimer who moved to the Kuban settlement in Russia in 1863. (b) Descendants of Jakob Reimer (1779– ) and Maria Guenther (1784–1851) of Tiege, Molotschna. (c) Descendants of Jacob C. Reimer (1879–1972) and Katharina Duerksen (1889–1954) of Chilliwack, BC. (d) Descendants of Abram Reimer (1877–1943) and Maria Froese (1882–1935) of Wiesenfeld, Russia. (e) Descendants of Abraham Reimer (1822–1907) of Heubuden. (f) Several other shorter genealogies and family registers.
  144. Reimer – Descendants of Jacob Reimer (1786–1854) and Maria Siemens (1803–1883) whose sone Kornelius (1837– ) migrated to Tashkent, Asia in 1880 and to Kansas in 1892. Information from a book, entitled The Reimer Family, by James and Dorothy Reimer, Hesston, KS, 1981.
  145. Reimer – The Descendants of Klaas Reimer 1770–1958 who migrated to Canada with the Kleinegemeinde in the 1870s. Information from a book published by J.C. Reimer. 2 Vol. Typescript. 974 p.
  146. Reimer – Descendants of Nicolai Reimer (1770– ) and Elisabeth Wiens ( –1812) and Maria Guenther whose descendants lived in the Molotschna.
  147. Rempel – Descendants of Jacob Rempel (1766/69– ) and Maria Harder (1766/71– ) who migrated from Krebswalde, Prussia in 1803 and settled in Tiegenhagen, Molotschna. Information compiled by Jacob G. Rempel, Beamsville, ON and D. J. Rempel, Grunthal, MB in 1967 and mimeographed under the title, 200 Jahre (1766–1965) Familie Rempel. Typescript. 282 p. (Note: A second similar volume with additional information also exists.)
  148. Riediger – A Riediger Collection. Manuscript. (a) Descendants of Abram A. Riediger (1876–1962) and Agatha Boschmann (1879–1913) of Kitchener, ON. (b) Descendants of Aron K. Riediger (1886–1972) and Justina Martens (1893–1979) of Chilliwack, BC. (c) Descendants of Helena Riediger (1874–1930) and Gerhard Thielmann (1866–1918) of Alexanderwohl, Molotschna. (d) Descendants of Johann A. Riediger (1892–1972) and Maria Thiessen of Morden, MB. (e) Descendants of Kornelius A. Riediger and Maria Dueck of Ohrloff, Sagradowka. (f) Descendants of Martin Riediger (1903–1947) and Helena Neufeld (1906– ) who came to Manitoba in 1924.
  149. Sawatzky – A Sawatzky Collection. Typescript. 63,123,21,17 p. (a) Descendants of Johann Sawatzky (1742–1818) and Susanna Enns (1741–1803). Information from Anna J. Thiessen. (b) Descendants of Cornelius Sawatzky (1781–1840) and Anna Friesen (1785–1857). Information from Maria Kasdorf Janzen and Agathe Isaak. (c) Descendants of Franz Sawatzky (17??–1829). Information from Henry Sawatzky, Winnipeg, MB. (d) Descendants of Franz Sawatzky and Anna Wiebe. Information from Anna Ens, Winnipeg, MB.
  150. Sawatzky – Descendants of Peter Sawatzky (1760–1846) and Helena Penner (1764–1801). Information from Dave & Edith Hiebert, Bergthaler Church Records, and Klippenstein Book. Typescript. 232, 17 p. indexed.
  151. Schellenberg – A Schellenberg Collection. (a) Descendants of Gerhard Schellenberg (1725– ) and Anna Klassen. (b) Descendants of Gerhard Schellenberg (1725–1802) and Katharina Reimer (1736–1805) of Tiegenhof, Prussia. (c) Descendants of Gertrude Schellenberg (1884–1966) and Isaac Schroeder (1882–1960). (d)Descendants of Heinrich Schellenberg (1860–1922) and Sara Peters (1873–1944) of Halbstadt, Molotschna. (e) Descendants of Johann Schellenberg ( –1919) and Helena Pauls (1869–1960). (f) Descendants of Katharina Schellenberg and Peter Heidebrecht. (g) Descenants of Jacob George Schellenberg (1853–1915) and Helen Hildebrand. Information from Esther Paetkau and Mrs Helene Martens, Winnipeg, MB. (h) Several other shorter Schellenberg genealogies and family registers.
  152. Schmidt – Descendants of Daniel Schmidt (1759–1821) who migrated from Falkenberg to Rueckenau, Molotschna. Typescript. 305 p. indexed.
  153. Schmidt – Descendants of Peter Schmidt (1730–1787) and Sarcke Nachtigahls (1735–1795) of Kunpat, Prussia. Information from the Alexanderwohler Church records originating in Przechowka, West Prussia. Typescript. 205 p.
  154. Schroeder – A Schroeder Collection. (a) The Schroeder Family–The Neufeld Family by Duane D. Schroeder in 1973. Traces the descendants of 4 Schroeder siblings who lived in the Kulm area of West Prussia and migrated to the Molotschna in 1820. 94 p. (b) Descendants of Wilhelm Schroeder (1761–1829) and Helena Reimer (1789–1827) from Rosenort, Prussia who settled in Fuerstenau, Russia. (c) Descendants of Heinrich Schroeder (1841–1917) and Mrs. Eva Ewert nee Bartel (1833–1905). Information from Erhard D. Schroeder, Abbotsford, BC and J.P. Schroeder, Niagara, ON. (d) Descendants of Simon Schroeder (1817– ) and Anna Banman (1826–1897). Information from Dr. David Schroeder, Winnipeg, MB.
  155. Schroeder – Genealogy of Isaak Schroeder. Compiled for Abram J. Braun by K. Peters. 1973. 301 p. indexed. (mimeographed publication) Traces the descendants of Isaak Schroeder (1738–1789) and Marie Siebrand (1742–1778) whose son Johann migrated to Chortiza in 1789.
  156. Schroeder – Descendants of John Schroeder (1850–1908) and Justina Nickel (1850–1944) who came to Canada in 1904 and homesteaded in Saskatchewan. Information from book compiled by H.H. Penner, Chilliwack, BC. Typescript. 91 p.
  157. Schulz – Our Schultz Roots, Branches and Twigs compiled by Dave Foth, Mrs. Marie Foth and Lavina (Schultz) Penner, Fresno, CA, 1978. Traces the descendants of Peter Schultz (1845–1933) and Maria Froese ( –1865) and Augusta Starke (1842–1877) and Florentina Schroeder (1856–1944) who settled in Kansas after 1881. 140 p. indexed.
  158. Stoesz – A Stoesz Genealogy. Information book compiled by A.D. Stoesz, Lincoln, NE, 1978. Traces the Stoesz family back to Cornelius Stoesz (1731–1811) and Maria Andres (1733–1773) of Rosenort, W. Prussia and specifically has the descendants of Johann Stoesz (1839–1905) and Maria Heppner (1841–1914) who migrated to Minnesota from Manitoba in the late 1800s. Typescript. 104 p.
  159. Stobbe – Descendants of Peter Johann Stobbe (1829–1916) and Maria Reimer (1834–1920) who lived in the Molotschna till ca. 1867, when they migrated to the Kuban. Typescript.
  160. Suderman – A Suderman Collection. (2 Volumes). (a) Descendants of Leonard Sudermann (1727–1780) and Maria Reimer. Information from Carolyn Zeisset. Typescript. 20 p. (b) Descendants of Heinrich Sudermann ( –1919) and Maria Klassen (1857–1817). Information from “Isaak Schroeder Book”. (c) Descenants of Anna Sudermann (1843–1868) and Heinrich Schroeder (1841–1918). Information from “Isaak Schroeder Book”. (d) Descendants of Johann Sudermann and Katharina Schroeder (1812–1883). Information from the “Isaak Schroeder Book”. (e) Descendants of Maria Sudermann (1841– ) and Wilhelm Schroeder (1837–1915). (f) Descendants of Jakob Sudermann (1813–1900) and Maria Suckau (1816–1885). (g) Descendants of Isaac Sudermann (1764– ) and Magdalena Tiessen (1760–1847) of Elbing, W. Prussia. Information from Hermann Tiessen, Germany. 113 p. indexed. (h) Descendants of Johanna Sudermann (1657–1729) and Claas Peters (1654–1732) of Danzig, Prussia. Information from Deutsches Geschlecterbuch Vol. 132. Typescript. 68 p. (i) Descendants of Abraham Sudermann ( –1712) and Sara Rehbrand of Danzig. Information from Deutsches Geschlecterbuch Vol. 132. (j) Descendants of Abraham Sudermann (1740–1800) of Elbing, Prussia. (k) Several other shorter Sudermann genealogies and family registers.
  161. 5. – A Sudermann Collection. a) Descendants of Isaac A. Sudermann (1764–1814) of Elbing b) Descendants of Johann Suderman and Katharina Schroeder (1812–1883) c) Descendants of Anna Sudermann (1843–1868) and Heinrich Schroeder (1841–1918) c) Descendants of Johannes Sudermann (1839) and Katharina Riediger (1851) d) Descendants of Heinrich Sudermann and Maria Klassen (1857–1917) e) Descendants of Franz Sudermann ( –1709) and Anna Emaaus ( –1685).
  162. Suderman – Descendants of Heinrich Sudermann (1806–1842) and Adelgunda Penner (1805–1888) who moved to Kansas in the 1870s. Information from A Mennonite Heritage: A Genealogy of the Suderman and Wiens Families, 1800–1975 by Carolyn Zeisset, Lincoln, NE. 2 Vol. Typescript. 657 p.
  163. Teichroeb – Descendants of Peter Johann Teichroeb (1829–1898) and Justina Wolf who originated in the Fuerstenland Colony in Russia. Information from Peter Goertzen, Winnipeg, MB. Typescript. 510 p. indexed.
  164. 5. Tessman – Descendants of David Tessman (1780) and Elizabeth Dahl (1780) who settled in Marienthal, Molotschna in 1819.
  165. Thielman – A Thielman Collection. (a) Descendants of Helena Thielman, Neukirch, Molotschna and Gerhard Warkentin (1828– ) of Mariawohl, Molotschna. (b) Descendants of Jacob J. Thielmann (1941–1894) and Sara Plett (1846–1881). Information from the “Plett Book”. (c) A number of shorter Thielmann family registers.
  166. Thiessen – A Thiessen Collection. (a) Descendants of Franz Thiessen (1749–1779) and Elizabeth Fasten (1749–1810). Information from Anna Derksen, Winnipeg, MB, Maria Riediger, Morden and P. Thiessen, Waldheim, SK. Typescript. 94 p. (b) Descendants of Jacob Thiessen (1811– ) and Anna Braun (1816– ). Information from Anna J. Thiessen, Winnipeg, MB. See mimeographed publication, 1974. (c) Descendants of Isaak Thiessen (1700– ) and Katarina Alberts of Danzig, Prussia. Information from Henry Sawatsky, Winnipeg, MB. (d) Descendants of Wilhelm Thiessen (17 ) and Sarah Kehler (17??–1839) who moved from Prussia to Russia in 1789. (e) Descendants of Johann Franz Thiessen (1823–1909) and Katharina Janzen (1827–1864). Information from J.J. Thiessen, Jordan Station, ON.
  167. Thiessen – Descendants of Heinrich Thiessen (1755/9–1838) and Maria Woelk (1767–1833) who settled in the Molotschna. 1st draft of publication by K. Peters, 1976. 424 p. indexed.
  168. Toews – Descendants of Cornelius Toews 1737–1973 who was a delegate of the Mennonite Kleinegemeinde in 1873 to explore settling in Canada. Information from compilation by Cornelius L. Toews and Frank P. Wiebe, Steinbach, MB. 2 Volumes. Typescript/Manuscript. 48, 239 p. indexed.
  169. Toews – Descendants of Gerhard Toews (1809–1894) and Agatha Warkentin (1810–1882) who were from Landskrone, Molotschna and settled in Nebreska in 1882. Information from book edited by Anna T. Wiens, San Jose, CA, 1970. Typescript. 120 p. indexed.
  170. Toews – Descendants of Martin Toews (1720?–1775). 2 Volumes. Typescript/Manuscript.
  171. Unger – Descendants of Peter Unger (1753–1818) who came to Russia in 1789 and settled on the island of Chortitza.
  172. Unrau – Descendants of Andreas Unrau. Information from the Przechowko, W. Prussia Records.
  173. Unrau – A Unrau Collection. (a) Descendants of Heinrich Unrau (1795–1877) and Anna Jantz (1802–1874) of Liebenau, Molotschna. Trace some of the descendants who settled in Kansas. (b) Descendants of Jacob H. Unrau and Helena Plenert ( –1906) sho moved from Prussia to Russia and some of whose descendants came to Canada in 1884.
  174. Unruh – Descendants of George Unruh (1762– ) and Anna Voth (1771– ) of Brengkenhofswald, Friedberger Kr., Neumark.
  175. Unrau – Descendants of Hans Unrau 1675–1959. Information from book compiled by Cornelius Schmidt. Typescript. 292 p.
  176. Unruh – Descendants of Tobias A. Unruh 1819–1969 who was born in Karlswalde, Wolynia and died in 1875 in S. Dakota. Information from book compiled by Abe J. Unruh and Verney Unruh. Typescript. 190 p.
  177. Unruh – An Unruh Collection. (a) Descendants of Benjamin Unruh (1818–1905) and Maria Kundel ( –1903) from Wolhynia and who died in the Crimea. (b) Descendants of Henry D. Unruh and Anna Voth who came from Waldheim, Molotschna to America in 1884. (c) Descendants of Wilhelm Unruh and Anna Penner(1843–1926) from Gnadenfeld. (d) Descendants of David M. Unruh (1836–1912) and Eva Schroeder (1837–1920) who came to Kansas in the 1870s.
  178. Vogt – Descendants of David Vogt. Traces the descendants of grandson Kornelius Paul Vogt (1766–1862) came to Russia in 1820 and lived in Pastwa, Molotschna, and grandson Johann Paul Vogt (1770–1842) who settled in Schoenwiese, Chortiza.
  179. Voth – A Voth Collection. (a) Descendants of Herman H. Voth ( –1913) and Margaretha Wiens ( –1895). (b) Descendants of Cornelius Voth (1720–1772) and Maria Voth (1732–1811) some of who lived in Waldheim, Molotschna.Information from Margaret Unruh, Winnipeg, MB.
  180. Voth – Genealogy of Cornelius Voth 1795–1972. Traces the descendants of Cornelius Voth (1795–1859) and Helena Duerks (1804–1843), some of who settled in Sagradowka. Typescript. 75 p. indexed.
  181. Voth – Genealogy of Hans Voth 1800–1975. Traces the descendants of Hans Voth (1800–1829) and Maria Flaming (1801–1875/84?) who originated in Prussia, lived in Gnadenheim, Molotschna, and eventually settled in Mountain Lake, Minnesota. Information from Abram H. Voth, Morden, MB. Typescript. 249 p. (Note: A second similar volume with additional information exists as NO. 164 (B))
  182. Wall – A Wall Collection. (a) Descendants of Gerhard Wall (1802–1870) and Katarina Schroeter (1802–1856) and descendants of Fried Wall (1807–1866) and Marie Kop (1814–1852). Information from the Bergthaler Church Records. (b) Descendants of Klaas Wall (1850–1927) and Elisabeth Buller (1854–1946). (c) Descendants of Klaas Wall (1871–1951) and Katharina Unruh (1875–1938). (d) A number of shorter Wall genealogies and family registers.
  183. Warkentin – A Warkentin Collection. (a) Descendants of Abram Dirk Warkentin (1822–1881) and Maria Thiessen (1825–1884) who lived in the Molotschna Colony. (b) Descendants of Johann Warkentin (1858–1943) and Mrs. Helena Isaak nee Plett (1852–1888) of Blumstein, Molotschna and later Schoendorf, Borosenko. (c) Descendants of Hans Warkentin ( –1722) and Anna Pritzlaff. Information from Deutsches Geschlechterbuch Vol. 126. (d) Descendants of Peter Warkentin. (e) Descendants of Gerhard Warkentin (1828– ) and Helena Thielmann of Mariawohl, Molotschna. (f) Descendants of Johann Warkentin (1760–1825) and Margaretha Thiessen (1767– ) who settled in Blumenort, Molotschna in 1804. Information from A Family Book from 1694 to 1916 by Peter Isaac.
  184. Wedel – Genealogy of Jacob Wedel 1825–1971. Traces the family from Vohlynia to Waldheim, Molotschna to Kansas. Information from Arther A. Wedel and Elizabeth K. Goering. Typescript. 248 p. indexed.
  185. Wiebe – Descendants of Dietrich Wiebe (1780– ) of Ellerwald, Prussia and Aganeta Thimm (1785–1848) who lived in Margenau, Molotschna and migrated to Kansas in the 1870s. Information from The Groening–Wiebe Family 1768–1974 by J.A. Wiebe, V.R. Wiebe and R.F. Wiebe, Hillsboro, KS.Typescript.396 p.
  186. Wiens – A Wiens Collection. (a) Descendants of Abraham Wiens ( –1844) and Margaretha Froese (1801–1873). Information from Erna Neufeld, Oregon. (b) Descendants of Jacob Franz Wiens and Helene Janzen. (c) Descendants of Gerhard Wiens (1854–1930) and Maria Janzen (1856–1927) who lived in Blumenfeld, S. Russia and later in Tschangrau, Crimea. (d) Descendants of Jacob Wiens (1817–1897) and Justina Dick (1824–1903) who came to America ca. 1889 and settled in Minnesota. Information from Esther Horch, Winnipeg, MB. (e) Descendants of Nikolai Wiens (1872–1912) and Maria Janzen (1875–1968) who came to Canada in 1925. (f) Descendants of Peter Wiens (1871–1931) and Eva Abrahams (1872– ). (h) A number of shorter Wiens genealogies and family registers.
  187. Wiens – Descendants of Daniel Wiens (1806–1871) and Maria Braun (1799–1874) who came to Russia in 1846 and settled in Altonau, Molotschna. Information from “Suderman Book”. Typescript. 201 p.
  188. Wiens – Genealogy of Jacob Wiens 1767–1963. Traces the descendants of Jacob Wiens (1816–1888) lived in Kronstal and moved to Manitoba in 1876. Typescript. 164 p. indexed.
  189. Wiens – A Wiens Collection. (a) Descendants of Jacob Wiens (1839–1902) and Maria Friesen (1841–1929) who lived in Grossweide, Molotschna and settled in Bradschaw, Nebraska after 1880. (b) Descendants of Daniel Wiens (1760–1827) and Maria Reimer (1760–1802) who lived in Czattkau, Prusssia. Information from Deutsches Geschlechterbuch Vol. 182.
  190. 5. Wiens – A Wiens Collection. (a) Descendants of Johann J. Wiens (1830–1904) and Anna Dueck (1832–1875) ( b) Descendants of Peter Johann Wiens (1848–1927) and Justina Janzen (1850–1926).
  191. Willms – A Willms Collection. (a) Descendants of Johann Willms and Katharina Konrad of Kleefeld, Molotschna. (b) Descendants of Gerhard Willms (1836–1894) and Maria Baerg (1840–1909) who lived in the Molotschna. (c) Descendants of Heinrich Willms ( –1937) and Aganetha Martens (1878–1948) who came to Canada in 1925 and settled in Alberta. (d) Descendants of Abraham Willms (1882–1959) and Anna Reimer (1882–1946) who lived in Coaldale, AB. (e) A number of shorter Willms genealogies and family registers.
  192. Willms – Genealogy of Cornelius Willms 1730–1972 compiled by K. Peters form Ernst J. Klassen, Winnipeg, MB. Traces the descendants of Cornelius Willms (1730–1787) and Cornelia Thunen (1731–1779). 308 p. indexed.
  193. Willms – Descendants of Martin Willms (1786–1829) and Helena Dueck (1789–1871) who settled in the Molotschna. Information from “Willms Book”. 2 Volumes. Manuscript. 347 p.
  194. Willems – Descendants of Gerhard Willems (1792–1837) and Judith Bergen (1797–1826) whose son Gerhard Willms (1823–1875) moved to U.S.A. in 1875.
  195. Zacharias – A Zacharias Collection. (a) Descendants of Isaac W. Zacharias (1831–1905) and Anna Braun (1832–1880) of Osterwick, S. Russia. (b) Descendants of Wilhelm Zacharias (1795–1855) and Margaretha Isaak (1795–1867). (c) A number of other Zacharias individual family registers.