Sulz, Odessa

The chapter for this interest group is the Beresan District Odessa (BDO)

Village Coordinators: Al Berger, Valerie Ingram

  • Region: Black Sea
  • Area: Odessa
  • District: Beresan
  • Rayon: Landau
  • Founded: 1809
  • Religion: Catholic
  • Location: E-5 Stumpp Map
  • Longitute and Latitude:
  • Plat Map:
  • Parish:
  • German Name: Sulz
  • Russian Name: Sculzovo/Schulzowa
  • Ukrainian Name:

Books:

The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 – 1862 by Dr. Karl Stumpp (page 799)
Paradise on the Steppe by Dr. Joseph S. Height (pages 74, 82, 313)
From Catherine to Khruschev by Dr. Adam Giesinger (page 114)
German Colonies in South Russia 1804-1904 by Rev. Konrad Keller

Census Records:

Sulz, Beresan District Odessa 1858 Census Published 1998

Church Records:

Landau Parish Catholic Baptisms 1860-1866, AHSGR and GRHS Published 1998
Landau Parish Catholic Deaths 1860-1866, AHSGR and GRHS Published 1998

Heritage Review:

HR Issue Year Page Title
Stammbaum 5 1976 3 Sulz - Emigration to U.S. (Emigration)
HR 21-4 1991 43 Sulz - Beresan District Emigrants (Emigration)

Pioneer Settlers Names:

ARMBRUST, BAUER, BERNHARDT, BISAN, BLECH, BLUMENSCHEIN, BOXMEIER, BRAXMEIER, BRENDEL, CHRISTMANN, DEIS, EHLY, EHRENPREIS, ENDER, ENGELHARD, FISCHER, GABRIEL, GRÜSER, HEIDT, HELFRICH, HEINERT, HUTMACHER, KAISER, KIRSHNER, KNITTEL, KNOLL, KOHLER, KÜHLMEIER, KUNZ, KUPPER, LAUBERSBACHER, LEFRANK, LORENZ, MASSET, MATZET, MICHEL, MORRELL, REINHARDT, RÖDER, ROLL, SATTLER, SCHERER, SCHLOSS, SEGMÜLLER, SEITZ, SIEGWART, STÖBNER, STRAUB, SUTEL, WARTHER, WEBER, WEINERT, WEISS, WETSCH, ZENTNER, ZIMMERMANN
(Source: Village Coordinator Val Ingram)

Members OnlySupplimental Information:

6-1-593
Beresan District Supplement Report dated October 1811
Listings of people born, died or moved.
Villages mentioned: Karlsruhe, Landau, München, Rastadt, Rohrbach, Speyer, Sulz, Worms

From Nikolaev Archive
Sulz Farm Land Allocations and Census 1920-22 With maiden names added

6-1-626
Beresan District Supplement Report dated 31 January 1812
Listings of people born, died or moved.
PDF formated files of Gains and Losses
Villages mentioned: Karlsruhe, Landau, München, Rastadt, Rohrbach, Speier, Sulz, Worms

252-1-562
A listing of Colonists permitted to leave on 31 Aug 1826
Colonies mentioned: Karlsruhe, Friedrichsthal, Johannestal, Landau, Rastadt, Rohrbach, Stuttgard, Sulz

File 274-2-17 pages 519b-520
Odessa State Archives of Odessa Region
File 274-2-17 pages 519 back and 520 front
1892 Statistical Journals of Sulz

R3836-1-5
ODESSA REGIONAL STATE ARCHIVES FILE R3836-1-5
Dates: 24 April 1919 - 02 August 1919
Correspondence with village executive committees about issue of passports and permits.
Villages mentioned: Karlsruhe, Katharinental, Landau, Speier, Sulz

3836-1-10 (pdf)
ODESSA REGIONAL STATE ARCHIVES FILE R3836-1-10
Dates: 23 June 1919 - 23 August 1919
Births and Deaths
Villages Mentioned: Blumenfeld, Christina, Elisabetgrad, Hoffnungstal, Johannestal, Karlsruhe, Katharinental, Kertsch, Landau, München, Nikolaev, Schonfeld, Speier, Sulz, Volkowo, Waterloo

8085-6-3
1920 Death Records
ODESSA REGIONAL STATE ARCHIVES FILE R8085-6-3
Villages mentioned: Landau, Sulz

8085-6-5
1919 Birth Records [Jun - Aug]
LANDAU VOLOST REVOLUTIONARY COMMITTEE
ODESSA REGIONAL STATE ARCHIVES FILE R8085-6-5
Includes entries for villages [birth place or family residence]
Karlsruhe, Katerinowka, Landau, Speyer and Sulz

Fond 118 op. 1 file 242
NIKOLAEV DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT of RELIGIOUS CULTS
NIKOLAEV DISTRICT ARCHIVE, Fond 118, op. 1, File 242
Dates: 21 July 1924 - 29 October 1924
Sulz Roman Catholic Religious Association
Varvarov region, Nikolaev District