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Grossliebental Village Information

Region: Black Sea Founded: 1803 German Name: Grossliebental
Area: Odessa Religion: Evangelical Russian Name: Marinskoye/Marinskoje
District: Grossliebental Location: See map Ukrainian Name: Velikodolinskoye/Bolschaya Akerscha
Rayon: Owidiopol        

Village CoordinatorsElli Wise and Jim Helfenstein

Articles
   GDO Newsletter - Grossliebental Village - Issue 2-1, page 1

Books

  • Auswanderung Aus Schwaben Nach Russland 1816-1823 by Dr. Georg Leibbrandt (copy available at the GRHS Library)

  • From Catherine to Khruschev by Dr. Adam Giesinger

  • (pages 102-105)
  • Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height

  • (pages 77-79, 149-154, 330-336)
  • The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 – 1862 by Karl Stumpp (pages 577-598)

Census Records

  • Black Sea German Russian Census Volume 1 by GRHS

NEW (April 29, 2010)

 

Church Records

Death Notices Database

Family Database

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Letter Archives for this Village 

Photo Album

Pioneer settler surnames: Ackermann, Ade, Aichele, Albrecht, Arndt, Auch, Bader, Bauder, Bauer, Baum, Baumgärtner, Beck, Benz, Berg, Beutelspacher, Beyerle, Binder, Blum, Blumstein, Börkirchenert, Brahm, Braitmayer, Breitmaier, Buck, Daniel, Diehl, Dieter, Düval, Durian, Eberhard, Eberle, Ebert, Eberwein, Ebinger, Enis, Eisenbarth, Ellinger, Ellwanger, Elser, Erbele, Esslinger, Feucht, Feil, Finkbeiner, Finkbohner, Frank, Frech, Frisch, Fritz, Fröhlich, Fröscher, Fröschle, Fromm, Fuchs, Fürst, Gärtner, Gaier, Gassert, Geissel, Geissler, Gieck, Giesser, Girr, Gissing, Göhring, Greber, Gross, Gruber, Grübele, Gutbrod, Häberle, Häfner, Hägele, Häring, Häuser, Hagel, Haigis, Happ, Harr, Haufler, Haug, Hein, Helfenstein, Hermann, Herter, Heyd, Hill, Hinke, Hochstetter, Höschele, Hoffmann, Horand, Hornberger, Huber, Huck, Ihle, Kässmann, Kaiser, Katz, Kaul, Kauter, Keiber, Keilen, Kern, Kielnecker, Kindlieb, Klein, Klenk, Klinger, Klukas, Knapp, Knoblich, Koch, Kölle, Kottke, Kuhn, Kundert, Kurz, Kurtz, Laier, Lehmann, Leyerle, Lang, Layer, Lindenmann, Lingohr, Löffler, Lukas, Maier, Maser, Max, Menger, Meth, Meyer, Müller, Münch, Munsch, Nafziger, Nagel, Neth, Neunecker, Nonnenmann, Osterle, Otinger, Orth, Ott, Pertsch, Pf(l)anzler, Plocher, Pracht, Raff, Rapp, Rees, Reich, Reichkimmer, Reimwald, Remer, Rentschler, Riedlinger, Rivinius, Roll, Roller, Rommel, Roth, Rothfuss, Ruf, Ruppert, Sauer, Sauter, Schäfer, Schatz, Schauffler, Scheck, Scheffer, Scherer, Scherle, Scheu, Schilling, Schleich, Schlegel, Schmidt, Schmied, Schmiedgall, Schneider, Schöttle, Schuler, Schulz, Schweikert, Späth, Spielmann, Stadinger, Steinert, Steinhilber, Stoll, Stoller, Strohmaier, Stückle, Stuke, Thielmann, Thomas, Torno, Ullrich, Utz, Veil, Vogt, Vollmer, Wagner, Waldmann, Walker, Walther, Wandhammer, Weber, Wegner, Weinmann, Weimer, Weiss, Weissenburger, Weller, Wesch, Wörner, Würz, Wurst, Ziegenhagel, Zimmermann, Zwicker. (Source: Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height.)

Plat Maps: Homesteaders on the Steppe (page 332) and Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack (page 102)

Ship Records

Supplemental Information for this Village

  • Fond R-2106 - List of the District and Village Revolutionary Committees, Grossliebental District, Odessa Gebiet February 23, 1920

  • 274-2-17 - 1892 Statistical Journals About the Odessa uyezd country population for the villages of Grossliebental

Village History (1848)

 

War Records

  •   EWZ Index for this Village A-H & K-Z

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