The 44th Annual Internation Convention
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CRIMEAN CATHOLIC RECORDS OBTAINED FROM THE RUSSIAN STATE ARCHIVES IN SARATOV - by Merv Weiss and Matt Klee, 2012 The focus of this publication is the 1852 Rosental Parish Catholic Family Listings. Although these are Catholic Church records, there were many mixed-faith marriages among the Germans in Crimea. Therefore, this publication may benefit Protestant and Mennonite researchers as well. Soft cover - 47 pages.
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- NEW RUSSIAN GUARDIANSHIP OFFICE FOR FOREIGN SETTLERS IN CRIMEA, 1810:
Registers with lists of colonists showing the economic condition of colonies in the Crimean Region; Includes Colonies of: Kronental, Simferopol, Neusatz, Friedental, Sudak, Otus, Feodosia, Colony Near Feodosia, Rosental, Zürichtal, Heilbrunn
June 2014 Member price- $12.00|Non-member price- $24.00
- 1811 GROSSLIEBENTAL DISTRICT FAMILY LISTS With Statistical Information About Their Economic Condition; Includes Villages of: Alexanderhilf, Franzfeld, Freudental, Grossliebental, Josephstal, Kleinliebental, Lustdorf, Mariental, Neuburg, Peterstal-May 2014
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- Statistical Report About Colonists, (Includes Family Members & Ages) Domestic Animals and Farming Inventory In the Taurien Government, Feodosia and Simferopol District, 1816: Feodosia, Colony near Feodosia, Friedental, Heilbrunn, Kronental, Neusatz, Rosental, Simferopol, Sudak, Swiss Zurichtal, German Zurichtal- February 2014 Member | Non-member
Family Showcase: The Huber Family
Member Wanda Huber Hopkins shares her German-Russian family history.