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Neuburg Village Information

Region: Black Sea Founded: 1804 German Name: Neuburg
Area: Odessa Religion: Evangelical Russian Name: Vladimorovka/Wladimirowka
District: Grossliebental Location: See map Ukrainian Name: Novogradovka/ Nowogradowka
Rayon: Owidiopol        

Village Coordinators: Elli Wise and Irene Rath    

Notes: Page 88 of Stumpp book, "Of the 65 families living in 1806 only 29 remained as the others died of epidemic dysentery. (7-10 bodies were wrapped in bundles of reed and interred without ceremonial.")

Pioneer settler surnames: Albrecht, Althen (Altheim), Ammon, Augst, Bader, Bastian, Binder, Bischof, Brändel, Braun, Brenneman, Buhler, Dietrich, Dieterle, Dreyer, Eder, Eisenbrei, Ellilnger, Esslinger, Faul, Fetzer, Feucht, Frey, Friesch, Gold, Golt, Greiner, Grübele, Hagelberger, Happold, Harsch, Heinrich, Herz, Hilz, Höhn, Hummel, Ilg, Käfer, Kanzler, Kirsch, Klein, Kleinbub, Klotz, Kremling, Kurz, Kutschenreiter, Lorenz, Maier, Maile, Mayer, Mühlecker, Mutschler, Neu, Ott, Ottmer, Otto, Prägnitzer, Rath, Rohrer, Rommel, Ruff, Ruffner, Schäberle, Schächterle, Schaffner, Schlaht, Schneider, Schuler, Seitz, Spee, Stahl, Staub, Stauger, Stotz, Straub, Uhl, Weber, Weiss, Wetzel, Wölfle, Wössner, Zweigle. (Source: Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height and Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack.). 

The settlers noted in bold arrived in Neuburg via Hungary. Some settlers spent very little time (one winter) in Hungary while others were there much longer. For more information on Germans from Hungary to Russia click on the Hungary to Russia link.

Articles
    GDO Newsletter - Neuberg Census to America in 1913 - Volume 3 Issue 3, page 2
   GDO Newsletter - Neuberg Church (picture) - Volume 1 Issue 1, page 7

Books
    Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack (pages 177-190)
    From Catherine to Khruschev by Dr. Adam Giesinger (pages 102-105)
    Homesteaders on the Steppe by Joseph S. Height (pages 80-81, 156-161, 340-342)
    The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 – 1862 by Karl Stumpp (pages 618 - 623)

Census Records
   
Black Sea German Russian Census Volume 1 by GRHS
    Liebental District Odessa 1812 Census by GRHS
    Neuburg 1812, 1816, 1858, and 1913 Census by GRHS
    Neuburg Liebental District Odessa 1858 Census by GRHS and AHSGR

Church Records
   
St. Petersburg Archives Grossliebental Archives for the years 183X – 188X
  
St. Petersburg 1899-1917 Indices

Family Database

Death Notices Database

lock Genealogy Database Search

Letter Archives for this Village 

Photo Album
     Village Pictures

Plat Maps: Homesteaders on the Steppe (page 341) and  Erinnerungen an die deutschen Kolonien des Grossliebentaler Rayons bei Odessa by Eduard Mack (page 190) 

Repressions Database

Ship Records

Supplemental Information for this Village
   
Movement into and out of Bessarabian Villages
   Fond 6-1-593 Gains and Losses Oct 1811 (births/deaths/marriages)
   Fond 6-1-593 Gains and Losses Oct 1811 (Statistics)
   Fond 6-1-626 Gains and Losses Jan 1812 (births/deaths/marriages)
   Fond 6-1-626 Gains and Losses Jan 1812 (Statistics)
   Fond 252-1-470 Gains and Losses July - Dec 1822 (births/deaths/marriages)
   Fond 252-1-470 Gains and Losses July - Dec 1822 (Statistics)
   
Fond 252-1-7 GDO Marriages 1816
   
Fond 252-1-46 GDO Marriages 1817/1818
   
Fond R-2106 - List of the District and Village Revolutionary Committees, Grossliebental District, Odessa Gebiet February 23, 1920
   Fond 252-1-280 - Wheat Distribution/Borrowing

Village History 1848

War Records
   
EWZ Index for this Village

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