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File #98

Compiled November 15, 2000 by Tim Janzen

File 98: 1801-1808: 388 pages in the original file, 442 frames on the microfilm

Summary:

  • Official correspondence for the Swedish, Danzig, Radichev, Josephstal, and Kronsweide Colonies
  • 1801 census and economical reports with family listings for the Josephstal, Rybalsk, Kronsgarten, Jamburg, Swedish, and Danzig Colonies
  • 1802 census for the Josephstal Colony, Rybalsk Colony, and Orelvsky Colony, Swedish Colony, and Neuenburg, Chortitza Colony
  • 1803 census for the Radichev Hutterite Colony and the Danzig Colony
  • Economical reports for the Chortitz District, Radichev Hutterite Colony, and the Danzig Colony with 1808 family listings for the Danzig Colony only
  • Report concerning numbers of those born, married, or deceased in Radichev Hutterite Colony in 1803
  • Chortitza Colony vital records for the period May to October, 1807; Belovezh data for 1808
Index by frame #:
1-38: Report to the village offices as to which offices have to draw up the population reports twice a year to be sent to the Guardianship Committee
39-53: Josephstal Colony census taken October 15, 1801 including statistical data about each family
54-59: Rybalsk Colony census taken October 15, 1801 including statistical data about each family
60-64: Orelvsky Colony census taken October 15, 1801 including statistical data about each family
65-68: Kronsgarten census taken October 15, 1801 including statistical data about each family
69-84: Jamburg Colony census taken October 15, 1801 including statistical data about each family
85-95: Chortitza Colony reports in 1801 by Peter Siemens
96-100: Danzig Colony census taken in 1801 including statistics about livestock owned
101-114: Chortitza Colony reports in 1801 by Peter Siemens
115: Chortitza Colony list in 1801 of 16 men, possibly mayors of their villages
116-139: Chortitza Colony reports in 1801 by Peter Siemens
140-151: Josephstal Colony, Rybalsk Colony, and Orelvsky Colony census taken in 1802
152-160: Assorted reports
161-162: List of the heads of families of the Swedish Colony in the Kherson District in 1802
163-180: Chortitza Colony reports in 1802 by Peter Siemens
181-191: Neuenburg, Chortitza Colony census taken April 30, 1802 including statistical data about each family
192-196: Assorted 1802-1804 reports
197-199: Radichev Hutterite Colony census taken January 4, 1803
200-207: Danzig Colony census taken January 4, 1803
208-209: Radichev Hutterite Colony census taken January 4, 1803
210-216: Assorted reports in 1803
217-219: Report concerning Mennonite Peter Nickel of Kronsweide, Chortitza Colony in 1803
220-223: Assorted reports in 1803
224-240: Swedish Colony census taken in 1803 including statistical data about each family
241-248: Assorted reports in 1803
249-254: Population summary data for the Chortitza Colony taken June 6, 1803 showing a total population of 1738 people in 11 villages among other things
255-260: Danzig Colony census taken in 1803 including statistical data about each family
261-270: Assorted reports in 1803
271-272: Radichev Hutterite Colony report in 1803
273-291: Assorted reports from 1803 to 1806
292: 1807 Radichev Hutterite Colony reports
293-308: Assorted reports in 1807
309-314: Chortitza Colony vital records including births, marriages, and deaths for the period May-October, 1807
315-409: Assorted reports in 1807
410-411: Chortitza Colony statistical data for the years 1801-1807
412-431: Assorted reports in 1807 and 1808
432-433: Heads of families and statistical data for the Danzig? Colony in 1808
434-443: Assorted reports in 1808

© 2001 Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta
Last Updated 4 May 2001

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