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German-Russian Village List
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Abai Kutschuk
Abaj
Abaj Smajl
Abakli
Abakln
Abakly
Abakly
Abakly Tama
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Abakly Tama
Abdulino
Abdul-Raschid
Ablam
Ablam Elgery
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
Kaukasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ablam-Elgery
Crimea/Taurida
German Colonies of Neusatz
Ablam-Trech
Crimea/Taurida
German Colonies of Neusatz
Ablesch Deutsch
Ablesh
Abrahamsfeld
Abrampolsk I & II
Abus Tuman
Abuslar
Achmat
Achtatschi
Achtatschi Busau
Achtundzwanziger
Ackless
Adaja
Adamow
1
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Ufa
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
E
see Kutschuk Abaj
Rayon and Post Ewpatorija
Bohemka
1894
E
Hochheim Leased Villages
Hoffnungstal
Dshankoi
1894
Bogemka
North of Orenburg
E
M
E
Mamut
see Abakly Tama
aka Abakli-Tama
Hochheim
aka Abakly/Rayon and Post
Dshankoj/Kreis Perekop
Wladikawkas
Leased colony
see Dschuma-Ablam
see Elgeri Ablam
E
Zuerichtal
aka Ablesch Deutsch,
Bagaltschak/Rayon and Kreis
Feodasija/Wolost
Andrejewka/Post Seitler and
Itachki
E
E
Rynowka
aka Abramowka
1894
1884
E
Byten
Feodosia
Andrejewka
Maltschewski
Dawlekanowo
1869
1869
Eupatoria
see Freudental
see Rosenfeld am Jeruslan
see Kutschur-Achtatschi
Eupatoria
1888
M
Simpferopol
Odessa
1910
E
see Kolpino
Neusatz
see Stiller, Tichin-Kut
see Adamowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Adamowka
Adamowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Ludwigstal
Adamowka
Adamowka
Adamowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Pulin
Adamowka
Volhynia
Adamowka, Chutor
Adamowsk
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Religion
1823
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Til. Beresan
aka Tiergart
Suworowa
E
Heimthal
see
Alexanderfeld/Nikolajew
see Esslinger/Odessa
aka Freienwald
Gorodniza
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Adamow, defunct after
1914
Odessa
E
M
Adamsfeld
Adargin
Adargin (Schoenbrunn)
Adek
Adelin
Adelsheim
Adertschik
Adi Bey
Adik
Adik
Adik
Adolfstal
Adolfstal
Adolin
Adrianowka
Adschai-Kat
Adschambet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Eupatoria
Adschemler
Adschi Achmat
Adschi Mambet
Adschiketsch
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Konstanza
2
Founded
Totonai
1865
1858
1858
E
E
Worms/
Johannestal
Neusatz
1905 - 16 families living
there
North of Orenburg
aka Djelal, Djelal,
Dehelal/Rayon
Ewpatorija/Post Dshelal
see Schoenbrunn
see Adyk
see Adolin
see Dolinowka
M
Rayon Sudak
Kertsch
Petrowsk
1883
1883
Jarun
Bohemka
E
E
Zuerichtal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Adyk
see Sturpelz/Odessa
see Lenintal/Odessa
aka Adelin
see Eugenfeld
1880
see Adschi-Mambet
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
1923
Romaninan name: Ciobánita
see Gruenfeld
aka Adschambet
E
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neusatz
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Adshai Kat
Adshambet
Adshaul
Adshi Achmat
Adshi Aska
Adshi Ketsch
Adshiaul
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Religion
1880
E
Parish
Adyk
Aehrenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Afan-Adshi
Afrikanowka
Agai
Agai
Agai Hoerdt
Crimea/Taurida
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Agaj
Crimea/Taurida
Neusatz
Agaj Hoerdt
Agatonowka
Agjar Dshirin
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Neusatz
Agjar Dshirin
Agjar-Dschirin
Agodscha
Agrochan Nr. 16
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Agyar-Dyiren
Crimea/Taurida
3
Zuerichtal
1855
1890
1880
1880
1869
Byten
Byten
Eupatoria
Chasaw-Jurt
Remarks
Kreis Perekop/Post Bijuk
Ontar and Kurman
Kemeltschi
see Molla-Eli
see Gruenfeld
Odessa/Beresean Gebiet
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Molla-Eli
Simpferopol
Barwenkowo
Eupatoria
Eupatoria
Village
Profile/Info.
see Wilhelmstal
Simpferopol
Petrowsk
Krasny-Kut
Village History
1869
1888
1901
E
K
E
E
Charkow
Djelal
Djelal
E
K
M
aka Adek, Adik/ Rayon
Kertsch/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Semikolodey
and Siebenbrunn
aka Kratzke
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
aka Schweikert Chutor
aka Beilon
aka Agai-Hoerdt
see Agai
aka Agaj Bellon /Rayon
Ewpatorija/Post Agaj
Rayon Ewpatorija/Post Agaj
Rayon and Post Dshankoj
see Felsenbrunn
Neusatz
Rayon Simferopol / Post
Bijuk Onlar, Seitler, Kurman
Kemeltschi
Simpferopol
aka Augutscha
German Colonies of Neusatz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Chasaw-Jurt
Eupatoria
Kodschamback
1890
E
Alexandrowka
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
1860
1889
1889
E
E
Parish
Agypten
Aikaul
Aikual
Ainsingen
Airt Karaktschura
Aitugan
Aitugan
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Aitugan
Aj Kul
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ajgaul
Ajgul
Ajkaul
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Neusatz
Ajtugan
Ak Kobeck
Ak Kodsha
Ak Kodsha
Ak Kuju Bitak
Ak Metschetj
Ak Monai
Ak Sakal
Ak Sakal Merkit
Ak Sakal, Chutor
Ak Scheich
Ak Scheich
Ak Tatschi Busau
Ak Tatschi Kaban
Ak Tschora
Akarscha Malaja
Akdschar
Akimowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Tabuldi
Feodosia
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Neusatz
Zuerichtal
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Akkerman
4
Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Djelal
see Einsingen
b. Chiwa
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
Hoffnungstal
E
K
Neusatz
aka Neumond
Neusatz
German Colonies of Neusatz
aka Ajgul
Rayon Simferopol / Post
Suja, Karasan
aka Weisser Hund
aka Deutsch Akodaha
see Bitak-Ak-Kuju
1884
M
aka Weisser Bart
Post Ewpatorija
Post Ewpatorija
E
1890
E
Schoenbrunn
see Buzaw Aktatschi
Post Kakej
Post Ajbar, Zue richtal
see Klein Liebenal/Odessa
Eupatoria
Zuerichtal
Taschkent
Se-Pawlodar
aka Ajkaul/Post Kodshanbak
see Aj Kul
see Ajgaul
1911
K/E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Akkerman/
Andrejewka
aka Cetatea Alba, and
Belgorod Dnjestrowskij
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Akkobeck
Akkobek
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Zuerichtal
Akkobek
Akkulskij
Akleis
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Feodosia
Ku-Adajewsk
Bachtschisaraj
Akmechet-Naiman
Akmetschet Naima
Akmetschet Najman
Akmolinsk
Aksan Atschy
Akschatskij
Akschora
Aksjuru Konrat
Aktasch
Aktasch Nr. 17
Aktatschi
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Aktschatzki
Aktschora
Aktyubinsk colonies
Akula
Kazakhstan
Crimea/Taurida
Cis-Ural
Crimea/Taurida
Akula
Alabasch Konrat
Alabasch Konrad(t)
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Alabasch Konrat
Crimea/Taurida
Alakap
Alatai
Alatai
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
5
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Zurichtal
Zuerichtal
Post Itschki/Kreis Feodosija
Post Duwankoj
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Kokei
Aktjubinsk
Zuerichtal
Dshankoi
Chasaw-Jurt
E
1896
1912
Hochheim
Hochheim
aka Aksan-Atschv
Settled by Volga Germans
E
E
Byten
1903
Post Djurmen
see Johannistal
Post Pawlowka
M
see Buzaw Aktatschi
Akjubinsk
Dshankoi
1911
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Totonai
1890
1882
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
E
E
Byten
K
Neusatz
E
E
Neusatz
Byten
Greman Leased Colony of
Neusatz
aka Johannistal
Rayon Simferopol/Post Bijuk
Onlar
Konstanza
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
1900
1871
1871
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Romaninan name: Poarta
Albá
Rosental
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Alataj
Alawar
Crimea/Taurida
South Caucaus
Alber Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Albota
Albota de jos
Aleksandergrad
Aleksandrodar
Aleksandronewsk
Aleksandropol
Aleksandropol, Chutor
Aleksandrow
Taraclia
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Aleksandrowka
Aleksandrowka
Aleksandrowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Aleksandrowka
6
Founded
Religion
Parish
Simpferopol
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Odessa/Beresean Gebiet
(Nord)
E
Kahul
Village History
Rayon Simferopol/Wolost
Tabuldi/Post Suja and
Karasan
see Traubenberg
1880
E
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Aleksandrowka
Aleksandrowka
Aleksandrowka
District
Albota
aka Albota-de-Sus, 872
families in 1939
See Unter Albota/Bessarabia
see Alexanderfeld
see Malachowo
see Grunau
Hauskalender fuer die
deutschen Kolonisten in
Russland, herausgegeben
von P.J. Winkler, 1919.
Neu Freudental
Komintarn
Frele Flur. Deutsacher
Bauernkalender fuer 1927,
Pokrowsk 1926.
Werchnednjeprowak
see Billersfeld, Blumenhof,
Grunhoffental, Hermannstal
and Neuheim.
aka Kumitzky
Rayon Dshankoj/ Post
Kurman Kemeltschi
see Alexanderheim
see Tiefenbrunn
Aleksandrowka
Iwanowka
Frele Flur. Deutsacher
Bauernkalender fuer 1927,
Pokrowsk 1926.
Pjatichatka
Frele Flur. Deutsacher
Bauernkalender fuer 1927,
Pokrowsk 1926.
Revised 16 Feb 2012
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Aleksandrowka
Aleksandrowo
Aleksandrowskaja
Aleksaschkino
Aleksejewka
Aleksejewka
Aleksejtal
Aleschka
Aleschka
Alexajewka
Alexander
Alexanderderge
Alexanderdorf
Alexanderdorf
Alexanderdorf
Alexanderdorf
Alexanderdorf
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Novgorod
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Volga
Georgia
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
District
Religion
Parish
see Herzenberg
Cebrikowo
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Okrug Pawlograd
see Alexanderkolonie
Sheleznyj
see Alexanderhilf
Kronau
see Slobodka
see Borodino/Bessarabia
Alexanderdorf
Naltschik
Alexanderdorf
Nikolajew/Snigirowka
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Alexanderfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Wostiesens
k/Tiligulo-Beresan
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Wosnjesensk
Eugenfeld
7
Founded
Kahul
Dibrowka
Mariupol
Matw.-Kurgan
1848-64
1817
1817
1910/1911
E
E
K
1908
1870
1868
1900
1908
E
E
S
S
K
1866
E
1866
E
Andrejewka
Rostow
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Pjatigorsk
Tiflis
aka Alexandrowskoje
aka Liebknechtsdorf
see Granidub
Klosterdorf
aka Nr. 5 and Alexandrowka
(families from Speyer and
Steinberg
Albota
Ludwigstal
Ostheim
Ostheim
Rynowka
Ludwigstal
aka Alexandru-cel-Bun,
Alexandrucel Bun, and
Cimpeni; 696 families in
1939. W of Konoplyanoye
aka Alexandrograd
aka Majorski
aka Masajewskaja Kolonka
aka Alexejewka
aka Aleksandergrad
Worms
/Johannestal
aka Nr. 1, Adamowka,
Beresanka, Suworowo
Kusakowo, Suworowo,
Chutor Alexandrowka
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderfeld
Alexanderge
Alexandergrad
Alexanderheim
Alexanderheim
Alexanderhilf
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Georgia
Alexanderhilf
Alexanderhilf
Alexanderhoeh
Alexanderhof
Alexanderhof (dorf)
Alexanderkolonie
8
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Novgorod
District
Odessa/TarasSchewtschenko
Jewgenjewka
Orloff
Founded
1866
1866
1872
Religion
K
Slawgorod
Eugenfeld
1909
1858
M
E
E
K
Andrejew
Sl-Snamenka
Prischib
Rosenberg
1870
1908
1860
1860
M
K
K
E
E
E
1888
M
1836
Blumenfeld
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Krasna and Neu
Josefstal ?
aka Leonowskoje
see Alexandrodar
aka Gruschkowka
E
1804/05
1860
1860
Village History
aka Alexandrowka Chutor,
Kusakowo 1, Kursakowa,
Suworowoby river BolschoiKujalnik, founding families
from Grossliebental Gebiet
E/K
E
E
Nikolajew/Tiligulo-Beresan1870
Kronau
Krapotkin
1870
Odessa/Grossliebental
Alexanderhilf
Krasny-Kut
Aleksandrowsk
Selidowo
Parish
aka Kruglenkij
Grossliebental
Galka
Prischib
Memrik
Nowgorod
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f
collections/history/link/al orums/viewtopic.php? aka Alexejeweka , Dobroexhilf.txt
f=15&t=26
Alexandrowka
aka Rosenberg
aka Uralsk
aka Jelenowka Nr. 7
aka Alexandrowka
Settled by emig rants from
Neu-Saratowka, Kipen,
Ishora, --- Strelna; aka
Aleksandrowskaja
German-Russian Village List
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Alexanderkolonie
Alexanderkron
Alexanderkron
Alexanderkrone
Alexanderkrone
Alexanderkrone
Alexanderpol
Alexanderpol
Alexanderpol
Alexanderpol
Alexanderpol
Alexanderpol
Alexanderstrasse
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
9
Ukrainian Name
Region
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Alt Samaraara
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
District
Sl-Slawgorod
Nikolajew/Sagradowk
a/Orloff
Om-Gorskoje
Halbstadt
Kamyschewacha
Kronau
Se-Borodulichinsk
Om-Moskalenki
Founded
Religion
Parish
Peterhof
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka. aka
Alexandrowskoje --- or
Rosa Luxemburg
see Werbowka
aka Kussak
1834
E
1908
M
1883
1902
1857
1908
1888
1908
E
M
M
E
M
E
1900
E
aka Matwejewka
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
aka Saurtschi
aka Lugowka
Molotschansk
Lugansk
Memrik
Rostow
Melekes
Feodosia
1870
M
E
Zuerichtal
Alexandrowskaja
1872
E
Rosenfeld
Kreis Berdjansk
aka Popassnaja
Kreis Bachmut
see Neu Hochstadt
aka Jekaterinowka
Aleksandrowsk
Slawjanoserbak
Stawropol
Ku-Adajewsk
Prischib
Rostow
aka Rudnew Chutor
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Saurtschi
Deutsch/Wolost Andrejewka
/Kreis and Rayon Feodosija
/Post Itachki and Seitler
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kamenka
1853
Alexejewka
Halbstadt
1908
1821
E
M
E
M
Halbstadt
Werchnerogatsch
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Alexanderthal
Alexanderwohl
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
1820
aka Neuschilling, NeuSosnowka
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/al
exwohl.txt
Molotschna
see Nowo
Alexandrowka/Bessarabia
see
Alexandrowka/Bessarabia
Uschimir
Newinnomyskaja
Nowosofijewka
Santurinowka
Nikolajew
Alexandrow
Kherson/Odessa
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
Alexandrowka
Bessarabia
Kahul
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermannn
Dshankoi
Alexandrowka
10
Remarks
E
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Alexandresti
Alexandria
Alexandrodar
Alexandrograd
Alexandronewsk
Alexandropol
Alexandropol
Alexandropol Chutor
Village
Profile/Info.
1868
Alexandertal
Alexandertal
Bessarabia
Village History
Rayon Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
Kreis Melitopol
Gnadenfeld
Alexandreeni Noi
Parish
E
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Religion
aka CarewoAleksandrowka/Kreis
Berdjansk / Rayon
Molotschansk
Alexandertal
Alexanderwohl
Founded
1864
E
M
1866
1888
E
E
Heimthal
aka Alexanderfeld
see Alexanderfeld
aka Neu-Hochstaedt
80 families in 1904
66 families in 1926
1908
1863
1863
E
Albota
E
K
Posttal
Simpferopol
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Alexandresti and
Burlaku; 688 families in 1939
leased colony; 38 families in
1904
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alexanderhof-(dorf),
Hermannstal, Neuheim, and
Saalfeld.
see Tiefenbrunn
Galizinowka
Josifowka
Nowosofijewka
1888
1860
1866
Ak-Petropawlowsk
Om-Ljubinsk
1906
1893
M
E
E
E
M
M
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
Volhynia
Om-Sosnowka
Sl-Snamenka
1893
1908
E
M
Baraschi
E
Heimthal
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Shitomir
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Werendorf
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
Alexandrowka Chutor
Alexandrowka Chutor
Alexandrowka Bronickaja
Alexandrowka I
Alexandrowka I, Chutor
Alexandrowka II
Alexandrowka II, Chutor
Alexandrowka III
Alexandrowka Nr. 6
Alexandrowka Nr. 6
Alexandrowo
Alexandrowsk
Alexandrowsk
Alexandrowsk
Alexandrowsk
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Kiev
Kherson/Odessa
Kiev
Kherson/ Odessa
Kiev
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Kherson/ Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
11
Village History
aka Billersfeld
aka Blumenhof
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Koschkulj, settled by
Volga Germans
see Neu-Darmstadt
Nikolajew/Tiligulo=Be
resan
Kiew
Beresan
Kiew
Beresan
Kiew
Jeisk
Chasaw-Jurt
Hoffnungstal
Andrejewka
aka Neu-Alexandrowka,
Alexandrowka-Bronickaja
E
1869
E
K
E
K
E
M
M
Radomysl
Rastatt
Radomysl
Rastatt
Radomysl
Taganrog
see Alexanderfeld/Odessa
see Alexandrowka
defunct after 1914
defunct after 1914
aka Alexandrowsk
69 families in 1926
see Alexandrowka Nr. 6
E
see Tonkonogowo
Se-Golbinskaja
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Alexandrowskoje
Alexandrowskoje
Alexeifeld
Alexej Newskij
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka
Alexejewka Nr. 2
Alf-Schwedeneorf
Alinowka
Alisowka
Alisowka
Alkalia
North Caucasus
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Ufa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Orenburg
Bessarabia
Alkaln
Alkaly
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Alschin
Alt Alexandrowka
Alt Alexandrowka
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volhynia
Alt Annental
Kherson/Odessa
District
Sl-Snamenka
Sl-Andrejewsk
Jefrem Stepan.
Santurinowka
Founded
Religion
1909
M
1890
1890
M
M
Om-Krestinsk
Om-Ljubinsk
Alexejewka
1904
M
M
E
Sl-Snamenka
Swedish Colonies
1908
1781
M
E
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alexanderdorf
see Alexanderkolonie
aka Djagelewka
Chortitza
see Alexanderhilf, Odessa
aka Kirowka
see Waldheim
see Jelenowka
see Halle/Bessarabia
North of Orenburg
1894
M
see Straßburg I/Bessarabia
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Hochheim
Dshankoi
Pulin
E
Odessa/Grossliebental/Komintern
1860 DNR
E
aka Beljary, 622 families in
1919, separated by a creek
from Neu Annental
Worms/Johannestal
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermannn
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
1816
1898
E
E
Arzis
Neusatz
Hochheim
Alt Burtschitz
Galicia
Sambor
1785
E
Hartfeld
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Deutsch Alschin/Post
Kolaj
aka Tscherwonoarmisk
see Krausendorf
Shitomir
Alt Arzis
Alt Bajaut
Alt Bajaut
12
Village History
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/alt
arc.txt
aka Nr. 14, 1859 had 105
houses; population 1,789
people in 1939
aka Burczyce, Burczyce
Stare
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Galicia
Volga
Alt Chrusno
Alt Cololobowka
Alt
Alt
Alt
Alt
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Danzig
Dschankoi
Dshankoi
Dshankoj
District
Lemburg
Anienskaja/Annenskaj
a
Totonai
Totonai
Totanaj
Bessarabia
Volga
Volhynia
Akkermann
Alt Huziejow
Founded
1785
1787
1870
1870
Religion
E
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Chrusno Stare, Church
records start 1788
see Doenhof
Dornfeld
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/alt
danzg.txt
E
E
Village History
Hochheim
Post Kolaj
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/alt
elft.txt
aka Fere Champenoise I,
Fersampenuaz-Mare,
Sadowoje
Alt-Elft
Gorodniza
E
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Staraja Glafirowka
Galicia
Dolina
E
Gelsendorf
aka Huziejow Stare, Church
records start 1809
Alt Jazow
Galicia
Jaworow
E
Hartfeld
aka Jazow Stary, cChurch
records start 1788
Alt
Alt
Alt
Alt
Alt
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Alt Elft
Alt Friedenfeld
Alt Glafirowka
Sadove
Kaschary
Kerleut
Krausendorf
Lesy
Montal
Galicia
Alt Oleksice
Bessarabia
Alt Oneschti
Alt
Alt
Alt
Alt
13
Posttal
Rotowka
Rudnja
Samara
Maloiaroslavets Druhyi
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volga
Kutschurgan/Rasdelna
ja/Ponjatowka
Feodosia
Pulin
1816
1888
1883
Stryj
Kischinew
Akkermann
Matw.-Kurgan
Pulin
1885
1823
1890
aka Koschary; population
260 in 1919
aka Alt-Wasserreich
aka Alt-Alexandrowka
see Lesy-Alt
see Altmontal
K
E
E
Zuerichtal
Heimthal
E
Gelsendorf
aka Olexice, Oleksice Stare,
church records start 1809
Kischinew
aka Onesti-Vechi and
Onesti; population 351 in
1939
E
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Tarutino
Taganrog
Heimthal
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f aka Malojaroslawetz II, Malu
collections/history/link/alt orums/viewtopic.php? Mic and Wtoroj
post.txt
f=15&t=69
Malojareslawetz
aka Staro-Rotowka
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Stary Sacz; After 1803,
parish was Neu Sandez
see Schirin
Alt Sandez Sandetz
Alt Schirin
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Sandez
1775
E
Standlo
Alt Schoitol
Alt Schwedendorf
Alt Serby
Alt Urbach
Alt Viktorowka
Alt Warenburg
Alt Wasserreich
Alt Weimar
Alt Wenburg
Alt Zuerich
Alt-Bajaut
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Belz
1865
E
Kischinew
Alt Schwedendorf
Nowograd-Wolynsk
leased colony; 286 families
in 1939
see Altschwedendorf
aka Staryje-Serby
Heimthal
aka Staraja-Wiktorowka
Alt-Bayaut
Altbrunnen
Altbrunnen
Alteck
Alt-Eck
Altek
Alt-Emetowka
Altenau
Altenau
Altenau Lider
Alt-Friedenfeld
Alt-Gololobowka
Alt-Kaltscha
Alt-Kaschary
Alt-Kerlcut
Alt-Majorskoje
Altmontal
Altnassau
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
14
Vynohradne
Gorodnica
E
Baraschi
E
E
see Wasserreich
Pallasowka
1861
Gnadenflur
Tabuldi
1898
E
E
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Seelmann
E
E
K
K
K
Seelmann
see Emmental/Odessa
Pa-Muskedul
1906
M
see Altonau
Fedorowka
E
E
see Wiesental
see Kaschary
Andrejewka
Odessa/Sacharjewka
Prischib
Prischib
1883
1805
1804
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Prischib
aka Kurganyj/Kreis
Melitopol. W of Tokmak
aka Strepetowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Altona
Crimea/Taurida
Altonau
Kherson/Odessa
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Altonau
Nikolajew/Sagradowk
a/Orloff
Altonau
Altschin
Altschwedendorf
Alt-Urbach
Alt-Weimar
Alt-Wenburg
Alt-Zuerich
Alzen
Alzen
Am Trakt
Amalien
Amalinowka
Amara
Amboni, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volhynia
Ambrose
Amerika
Amerika
Amirtal
Amonow
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
Jekaterinoslaw
Se-Schomonojewsk
Se-Solotucha
Kalkasch
Anadolchioi
Dobrudscha
Konstanza
Anakai-Ely
Anakoj Eli
Ananjewka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Karasubazar
Sl-Kljutschi
Anastasiewka
Anastassjewsk
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kutschurgan/DNR Fr.
Engels
Se-Perwomaiskaja
15
Founded
1873/1875
Halbstadt
Dshankoi
Altschwedendorf
1804
1882
1782
Pallasowka
1861
M
M
E
E
E
E
Orloff
aka Nr. 9, Altona, Kirow,
Prigorje
aka Altenau, Altona, Nr. 9,
Ukrakowka, Halbstadt/Kreis
Berdjansk
Hochheim
Gnadenflur
Biala
Biala
E
E
K
Biala
Halcnow (Alzen)
aka Halcnow
aka Halcnow
Pulin
E
Heimthal
aka Amalinowka
see Amalien
see Tamurka/Bessarabia
see Warwarowka
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
see Lichtenfeld/Odessa, aka
Ambrose and Ambrosjewo
E
1894
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
1880
Romanian name: Anadolchioi
gem.
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
Neusatz
1912
M
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Straßburg
Chutor or railway station
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Andreasdorf
Andreasfeld
Andreasfeld
Andreburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Andreeni
Andrejew
Andrejew
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Bessarabia
Kiev
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Andrejewka Emiltschinskaja
Andrejewka I
North Siberia
Ufa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Andrejewka II
Andrejewka Suschtschanskaja
Andrejewsk
Andres Chutor
Andrianowka
Andriew
Volhynia
Volhynia
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Anenskoje
Orenburg
16
District
Odessa/Janowka
Maltschewski
Nataljewer
Prischib
Kiew
Tschernjachow
Akkermann
Founded
Religion
Parish
1892
E
E
E
E
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Wassiljewka
aka Andrejewka
aka Andrejewka
Kreis Melitopol
K
1865
Village History
Radomysl
Shitomir
Andrejewka
Nikolajew
see Andrejewka and Neu
Josefsdorf/Bessarabia
Defunct after 1914
aka Andrenni
see Andreasfeld
see Andreasfeld
see Danielsfeld
29 families in 1919
Odessa/TarasSchewtschenko
Omsk
242 families in 1926
M
see Gnadental
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Aleschewo
Wolodarsk
Tschernjachow
Olewsk
E
1894
Olewsk
North of Orenburg
1900
E
E
E
Heimthal
Shitomir
Emiltschin
E
M
Emiltschin
E
Rynowka
aka Andrejewka I
see Andrejewka Emiltschi+
see Andrejewka Suschtsch+
aka Andrejewka II
see Reichenfeld
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Anesti
Aneta
Aneta
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Angelowka
Angermohr
Anhalt Koethen
Aninoasa
Aniska
Galicia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Founded
Jarun
Zloczow
1829
Religion
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Annaberg
Annapol
Annapole
Annenfeld
Annenfeld
Annenfeld
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Annenfeld
Annenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Annenfeld
Annenfeld
Annenfeld Fink
Annental
Annental
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Parish
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
K
Olesko
Lugansk
Anisowka
Anissowka
Anissowka
Ankendorf
17
District
Rostow
Woroshilowgrad
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu
Annowka/Bessarabia
aka Aneta
see Annette
aka Engelsdorf, Engelsbrunn
see Pokoschew
see Askanija Nowa
see Annowka/Bessarabia
see Neu-Rohrbach
Kreis Slawjanoserbak/Rayon
Nowo Swetlanowka
aka Leninfeld
E
Stryj
Pulin
1835
K
E
Klimiec
Heimthal
Dshankoi
Hoffnungstal
Annenfeld
1880
E
Schoenbrunn
1818
E
After 1841 parish was
located in Fleizienthal
aka Annapole
see Annapol
aka Tschutscha
aka Schamchor
aka Tschutscha, Elgery
Tschutscha, and Kutschuk
Tschutscha/Rayon
Dshankoj/Post Kolaj/Kreis
Perekop
Ak Scheich
Wassilijewo
E
ala Dshollu Totanaj/Kreis
Perekop
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Fjodorowka
1881
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rosenfeld
aka Lewenskaja Kolonka
aka Posejewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Annental
Annette
Annette Josephine
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Alexandrowka
1860
E
Worms-Johannestal
aka Beljary
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Annowka
Anschakrak
Anselmowka
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Akkermann
1908
E
Eigenfeld
aka Manscha, Aninoasa and
Menjailowka
see Annenfeld
Anton
Volga
Balzer
Anton, Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
Antonettenal
Antoniendorf
Antonin
Antonowka
Antonowka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Radziechow
Saporoshje
Ba-Kupino
Antonowka
Antonowka
Antonowka
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewskij
Baraschi
Sudilkow
M
aka Asarowka
Kreispost 363
aka Golenki
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
1910
Tiligulo-Berezan
Slawgorod
Dshankoi
Dawlekanowo
1909
M
1894
1764
E
see Tarutino/Bessarabia
Rosa Luxemburg
E
aka Sebastjanowka or
Sevastianovka
aka Anton Gut, in NW
Otschakow
1797
E
Tiraspol (Kamenka)
E
Josefow
E
E
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Church records start 1806
aka Tiegenort
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Kruglik
Karlsruhe daughter colony,
18 km NE of Karlsruhe, the
population of 150 persons
fled in 1918 to Karlsruhe
Antonowka, Chutor
Antoschkino
18
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Odessas/Beresan
Ts-Troitzk
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Karlsruhe
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Antscherkrak
Appas Bogalak
Appolonowka
Arbeiterheim
Arbeitscheim
Arbeitsfeld
Arbeitsliebe
Arbuzowka
Archangelskoje
Archirejewka
Arcizowka
Argantschik
Argentschik
Argentschik
Argyn
Ariwal
Arkadak
Arkadak
Armaschowka
Arnautowka
Artynsk
Arzis
Asan Adschi
Asan Hadschi
Asarowka
Aschaga Djamin
Aschaga Dschamin
Aschaga Dschamin
Aschenchutor
Aschtschubudak
Ashtatschi Busau
19
Artsyz
Region
District
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Cis-Ural
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Beresan
Dshankoi
Om-Issil-Kulj
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
see Annowka
Kambar
Eupatoria
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kambar
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Dshankoj
E
Seelmann
Lysanderhoh
Mariental
see Weinau
see Klein
Om-Borissowsk
Pulin
Tabuldi
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Dshankoi
Mindowsk
1883
1883
E
E
K
Heimthal
aka Narcisowka
Post Suja
Post Ajbar
M
Chorititza
Odessa/Zebrikowa
Beresan
see Michaelsdorf
E
1816
E
1885
E
1879
1879
E
K
aka Alt Arzis/Arcis, and
Arciz
Post Kokej
Kronental
Rayon Simferopol/Post Spat
and Saki
1890
South of Orenburg
Eupatoria
Arzis
Neusatz
1888
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rosenfeld
Settled 1890-18 95 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Askanija, Nowo
Asmanowka
Asow
Ass Dscharaktschi
Assanowo
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Ass-Dzharaktshi
Ass-Naiman
Asureti
Atai
Atamanowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Athelental
Athelental, Chutor
Atmadscha
Atonowka
Atschair
Audincourt
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Augustdorf
Augusthof
Augustowka
Augustowo
Augutscha
Augutscha
Augutscha
Augwegen
Aulie Alta
Aulie Ata
Ausschwitz
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Avell
Avilovo
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
20
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Anhalt-Koethen and
Tschapli/Kreis Dnjeprowsk
see Prischib
Alt Schwedendorf
Simpferopol
Dshankoi
Ak-Trudowaja
Village History
1908
1887
E
E
Neusatz
Hochheim
Settled by Volga Germans
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Hochheim Khutors
see Elisabethtal
see Deutsch-Atai
see Steinbach
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
Beresan
Tultscha
1848
Om-Jelansk
aka Annowka, Kakuschina,
Kokuschino
E/K
E?
E
Romanian name: Atmagea
M
see Brabander
Sniatyn
1836
Jarun
R
Czernowitz
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
After 1871 parish in Kolomea
Baginsberg, aka Augustowo
see Demnia Wyzna
see Augustdorf
Donuslaw
Donuzlaw
1888
Post Ewpatorija
Post Werchnerogatschik
Mariental
Molotschna
Molotschna
Biala
Kamenka
E
E
1846
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Biala
aka Oswiecim
German Colonies of Neusatz
Bastrigin
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1897
E
Awel
Crimea/Taurida
Eupatoria
Awel
Awell
Awgustkowka
Awilowo
Awwakumowka
Axt
Az Dsharaktschi
Azaw
Baardorf
Babailowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
North Siberia
Kambar
Kambar
Om-Ljubinsk
E
Babei
Babilon Nowy
Babuchka
Baburka
Babytschewka
Bachmetjewka
Bachmut
Bachmut
Bessarabia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Akkermann
E
Pulin
E
E
Baden
Baden, Chutor
Badury
Baehr
Baehr
Baerwalde
Bagajewka
Bagaltschak
Bagaltschak
Baginsberg
21
Kamenka
Se-Nowo-Iwanowsk
Federowka
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Byten
Neusatz
Rayon Simferopol/Post Spat
and Saki
1897
1846
aka Rastrigin-Chutor
Settled by Volg a Germans
Balakowo/Chutor
E
E
E
Hochheim
Post Karasan
see Padew
Andrejewka
aka Podgornoe, rumän
village
see Neu Babylon
see Burwalde
see Burwalde
Hoffnungstal
see Memrik
Lymanske
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Kutschurgan/ DNR
Friedrich Engels
1808
K
1888
K
E
1765
K
Odessa/TarasSchewtschenko
1859 had 149 houses; 2,186
population in 1943
aka Weiden and Werba
aka Kamtschatka
see Kamenka
Kamenka
Chorititza
see Ablesch
see Ablesch
Kolomea
1818
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Czernowirz
After 1871 parish KolomeaBaginsberg (Ref) --- aka
Mieczykowka
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Village Name
Bahndorf
Bahndorf
Bai Kogenly
Baideck
Bailar
Baimaklia
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
District
Simpferopol
Kahul
Bairamtscha
Bairowenki
Baj Kyjat
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
Bajusch
Bakschai
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Kahul
Simpferopol
Balaban
Bessarabia
Kahul
Balabanka
Balabanowka
Balabanowsfeld
Baladscha
Balaitschuck
Balaja Krinitza
Balakowo
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Dobrudscha
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Balaktschelly
Balanda
Balitski Chutor
Baljarka
Balkans
22
Bessarabia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Founded
Religion
1888
M
1884
E
1912
E
Parish
Albota
Sarata
1910
E
K
Neu-Sarata
Rosental
1920
E
Albota
Akkermann
Odessa/Glückstal/
Frunse
1899
E
gem.
E
E
E
(Dobruja)
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Remarks
Byten
E
1888
1924
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Orlow
see Orlow
Ewpatorija
Maltschewski
Kaliakra
Village History
Rynowka
Sarata
Bergdorf
see Beideck
see Kir-Bailar
population 158 in 1939
aka Bairamcea and
Nikolajewka
Noworossijskaja; population
of 20 in 1939
see Reinsfeld
Post Kodshanbak
aka Baius, population of 101
in 1939
aka Balabanu; population
126 in 1939
see Fuchs Chutor/Bessarabia
see Balabanowsfeld
aka Balabanowka , Eigental
Romanian name: Balagea
see Keller Chutor
see Neu-Kronsdorf
aka Balaktschel, Balachelu
Mare and Welikorybalskoje;
population 189 in 1939
aka Balditzky, Balizki, and
Saratow; leased colony;
population 50 in 1904
aka Bolarka Ulaschanowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Kharkow
Defunct after 1918
Balmas
Bessarabia
Bender
1886/1887
K
aka Lermanstal;
Kutschurgan daughter
colony; population 366 in
1939
Balzer
Balzer Chutor
Volga
Bessarabia
Balzer
Ismail
1765
E
E
Arzis
Bandrow Kolonia
Galicia
Lisko
1783
E
Bandrow
Ballreich, Chutor
Bangert
Baraboj
Baragan
Barak
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kukkus
1767
E
Feodosia
1882
M/E
E
Emmental
aka Golyj Karamysch, Goloi
Karamysh
Baratajewka,
Baronsk/Saumorye/
Zaumorie
see Mannhiem
Zuerichtal
Barak
Crimea/Taurida
Feodosia
Baranowka
Baranowka
Barashi
Baratajewka
Baratajewka
Baratow
Barbarafeld
Barbarastadt
Barbarowka
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Lancut
Barbarstadt Nr. 9
Barbassow, Chutor
Barcice Niemieckie
Barin
Barin
Ufa
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Nowosjelowka
Ostheim
1906
1890
K
E
Rosenfeld
Dshankoi
Ak-Tscheich
1882
1882
E
Hochheim
23
Zuerichtal
1801
Chorititza
Kramatowsk
Wasilijewka
Nowograd-Wolynsk
R
Koenigsberg
Rayon, Post and Kreis
Feodosija/Wolost
Wladislawka
Church records start 1784 --aka Hirschbach
see Boronowka
see Baraschi
see Bettinger
aka Warwarowka
K
E
Church records start 1788 --aka Hochwald
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Deutsch Bartschitz
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Village Name
Barnaul
Baronow
Baronowka
Baronowka
Baronowka
Baronowskoje
Baronsk
Baronsk
Baronskoje
Barskoje
Barsutschje
Bartel
Bartschak
Barwenkowo
Baryn
Baschbek
Baschbek
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Religion
1889
1889
S
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Molotschna
Armawir
Grodowka
Hoffnungstal
Ak-Trudowaja
Slawgorod
Ostheim
Settled by Volga Germans
Ak-Objedinjennaja
Settled by Volga Germans
see Reichenfeld
E
Ts-Tschudinowo
Omsk
see Burtschak
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
North Siberia
Baschlanka
Baschlitscha
Baschlytscha
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
24
Founded
Barwenkowo
Baschkatow
Baschkurowo
Baschlytscha
Baschtanowka
Basel
Basel
Basel
Basel
Basilew
Basiljewka
District
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Ufa
see Deutsch Baryn
1895
K
see Deutsch Baschbek
South of Orenburg
Ts-Ust-Uiskij
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
E
see Neu
Karlsruhe/Nikolajew
Totonai
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
see Franztal
see Majanga
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
M
Karassan
Wolost Totanaj/ Post
Kujrman Kemelschi and
Kolaj
1767
1767
E
E
Kratz/Wasiljewka
aka Wasiljewka
see Hoffnungstal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Baskakowka
Baskakowka
Baslawina Nr. 85
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Kind
Slawgorod
E
Settled by Volg a Germans.
aka Bazarianca and
Basarjanka; population 386
in 1939
Basyrjamka
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1891
E
Posttal
Basznia Dolna
Bauer
Bauer
Bauergraben
Bauergraben
Bauernheim
Baum
Baum
Baumgart
Beauregard
Becherschutor
Becherschutor
Bechthold, Chutor
Beciljewka
Beck, Chutor
Becker Chutor
Becker, Chutor
Beckera, Chutor
Beckerdorf
Beckerdorf
Beckerdorf
Beckers, Chutor
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Cieszanow
Kamyschin
Kamyschin
E
E
E
Reichau
1766
1766
Church records started 1787
aka Karamyschewka
Karamyshevka
Charkow
aka Feodorowka
see Jagodnaja Poljana
Jagodnaya-Polyana
Beckersdorf
Beckersdorf
Bedriks, Chutor
Bedrykowce
25
Galicia
Volga
North Caucasus
Galicia
Nowo-Ajkarsk
1767
Marxstadt
1766
E
E
E
Borgard/Bujerak
E
see Mühlenbach/Odessa
see Solnzewo
Odessa/Hoffungstal
Om-Issil-Kulj
Om-Borodinowsk
Krasny-Kut
Marxstadt
Krasny-Kut
E
1767
E
E
E
Ernestinendorf
see Blumenhof
Podhajce
Marxstadt
Zalszczyki
1784
1767
1900
1785
K
E
E/K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Poshajce
Zaleszczyki
After 1923, parish was in
Beckersdorf --- aka
Falkenstein
aka Ernestinendorf
aka Friedrichsdorf
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Village Name
Begonienfeld
Beideck
Beideck
Bek Bulatschi
Bek Bulatschi
Bek, Chutor
Bekassi (Hebronn)
Bekatan Konrat
Bekatan Konrat
Beketny
Bekkasy
Belaja Krinnica
Belajewka
Belcew, Chutor
Belejewka
Belemoesche
Beljajewsk
Beljary
Bellagwesch
Bellagwesch
Belokuxmir
Belorek
Beloserka
Beloserka
Belousowka
Belowesch
Belowesch
Belowesh
Belowesh
26
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Tschernigew
Jekaterinoslaw
Ufa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Tschernigew
District
Balzer
Balzer
Kurman-Kemeltschi
Dshankoi
Kriwoi Rog
Totonai
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Founded
1764
1764
1880
Religion
E
E
M
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Ch. Kroll
Baideck/Talowka
aka Baideck, Talowka
Karassan
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
1883
Neusatz
Neusatz
Dshankoi
Post Ewpatorija
aka Hebron/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Dshankoj and
Kolaj
see Neu Kronsdorf
see Friedenheim/Odessa
aka Neu Ostheim
Hochheim
Aleksandrowskaja
see Belowesch
Om-Ljubinsk
see Alt Annental/Odessa
see Belowesch
see Belowesch
Bachmut
Rastow
1894
Ts-Jetkulsk
Mariupol
Belowesch
Belowesh Colonies
E
Grunau
1766
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/b
elowsch.txt
aka Belowesch Nr. 20,
Bellagweisch, Belyja Weshi,
Belemoesche
E
E
Konostop
Belowesh
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Bellagwesh,
Belemosche, Belyja
Weshil/Rayon Dmitrowka
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Village Name
Belyj Kosch
Belyj Kosch
Belyja Weshi
Belyja Weshi
Belz
Belzes, Chutor
Bender
Benderhof
Ukrainian Name
Bendery/Tighina
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Tschernigew
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Benkendorf
Berbera Chutor
Berdikau
Berdy Bulat
Berdy Bulat
Berdyansk
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Beregovoye
Berehy
Bereket
Berekrestowo
Bereshnoje
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Beresina
Beresnewatoje
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka
Beresowka Chutor
27
Berezino
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
District
Feodosia
Feodosia
Belz
Ostheim
Bender
Beresan
Akkermann
Hoffnungstal
Jaworow
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Berdyansk
Founded
Religion
1900
E
1890
E
S
K/E
1863
1783
E
M/E?
E
K
Parish
Village History
Zuerichtal
Remarks
aka Mariewka, Marienfeld
Post Itschki
see Belowesch
see Belowesh
aka Balti
aka Klein-Ostheim
aka Tighina
Kischinew
Ostheim
Bender/ Kischinew
aka Benchendorf and
Welikomarijanowka;
population 461 in 1939
aka Stahnadorf
Posttal
Hartfeld
Post Djurmen
Estonian Colonies of Samruk
see Siegenthal
Post Kolaj
see Marienheim
see Lichtenan
Dshankoi
Akkermann
Village
Profile/Info.
1816
E
Klöstitz
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/b
eresina.txt
aka Berezina, Beresino,
Kogelnik; 1859 had 175
houses; population 2,653 in
1939
see Georgstal
see Georgstal
Beresan
see Dehler
Pulin
E
E
E
Shitomir
aka Berjozowka
see Freudental/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Beresowo Hat
Beresowskoje
Berestetschke
Berestowa
Berestowo
Berestowo
Berestowo
Berezan
Berezniki
Volhynia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Pulin
Se-Pawlodar
Berg Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Bergdorf
Bessarabia
Founded
Religion
E
Artjemowsk
1889
Kamyschewacha
1889
E
E
E
Parish
Village History
Kahul
1921
E
Remarks
Heimthal
aka Beresowa Ha tj
Rostow
see Tiege
see Eschental
aka Birkenfeld
Rostow
Kreis Bachmut
see Rohrbach/Odessa
see Neu-Beresnik
E
E
Village
Profile/Info.
Neu Freudental
aka Sarata Noua II and
Sarata Nou II; population 375
in 1939
Neu-Sarata
aka Halbdorf/Kolosowa; 168
houses in 1859; population
1,265 in 1919
Bergdorf
Bergdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Odessa/Glückstal
Balzer
Bergenquell
Bergstadt
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Beresan
Simpferopol
Bergstadt
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
aka Krinitschka , Kojasch
Kangyl
Melekes
Rowenki
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien --- &
Kaschubia; aka Dolinowka
aka Mirowka
Bergtal
Bergtal
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
Bergtal
Jekaterinoslaw
Bergtal
Bergtal
Beriosowka
Beritschik
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
28
1808/1810
E
1902
K
1864
1885
Bergdorf
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/b
ergdorf.txt
aka Horner Chutor and
Isbaschka
aka Krinitschka
E
E
http://www.odessa3.org/
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ergtal.txt
Mariupol
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Fedorowka
1863-64
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Straßburg
aka Sachalski
Dolinowka
see Teller
see Friedenfeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Berjesowka
Berjesowka
Berjesowka
Berjesowka
Berjesowka
Berjosowka
Berlin
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Om-Moskalenki
OT-Barabinsk
Sl-Snamenka
Dawlekanowo
Pulin
Dshankoi
Berlin
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
Berlin
Crimea/Taurida
Berlin (Koktein)
Bern
Bern
Berutschik
Berutschik
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Besa, Chutor
Besbarowka
Besborodkino
Bescgaran
Besch Aran
Besch Pilaw
Bescharan
Bescharanskij
Beschelak
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bescheran
Beschewli Ilak
Beschlejewka
Beschpilaw
Beschtarem
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
29
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
1910
1894
1883
M
M
E
E
Heimthal
Hochheim
aka Birkenfeld, Udrak
aka Rohrbach, Beresowka
aka Kocktein
1867
E
Neu Freudental
aka Worobjewo (see Neu
Berlin)
Hochheim
aka Koktein/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kurman
Kemeltschi
Dshankoi
German Colonies of
Hochheim
E
see Friedenfeld
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
aka Beza; population 32 in
1926
aka Utkine; Utk ino
see Utkine
E
Tabuldi
Feodosia
Ak-Scheich
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Ts-Troitzk
Ewpatorija
Kertsch
1897
1894
1897
1885
E
E
E
E
Djelal
Neusatz
Byten
aka Dinzer
see Iwanowka
see Beschewli-Ilak
aka Wasiljewka/ Post Bijuk
Onlar
aka Beschelak
Post Ewpatorija
Zuerichtal
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Village Name
Beschtarem
Beschu Elly
Beschui
Beschui Eli
Beschui Eli
Beschui Kodschambak
Beschujly
Beschujly Iljak
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Besentschuk
Beshdarim
Alt Samaraara
Crimea/Taurida
Beshu-Ely
Crimea/Taurida
Beshui
Besmenowsland
Besobrasowskij
Bespaltschewo
Bespaltschewo
Bessabotowka
Bessabotowka
Bessagatsch
Bessarabka
Bessarabskij
Besyrhenowka
Beszaljewo
Bethania
Bethanien Nr. 4
Bethel
Bettinger
Bettinger
Bettinger
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Kharkow
Kharkow
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Volga
30
District
Kertsch
Saki
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Founded
Religion
Parish
Zuerichtal
1881
E
1881
E
1887
E
Neusatz
Byten
Neusatz
Djelal
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Rayon and Post
Kertsch/Kreis Feodosija
aka Beschu Ely
Post Kodshanbak
aka Beschuile
Wolost and Post Saki
Post Karasan
Post Bujuk Onlar
Melekes
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
Zurichtal Leased Colonies
M
German Colonies of Neusatz
German Colonies of Neusatz
Stawropol
1882
Ku-Adajewsk
see Bexpaltschewo
see Bezpalschowo
K
M
Michaeilowka
see Suworowka
see Heinrichsdorf
Ku-Denissowskaja
see Hebron
Zaporoshje
Gorjatschewodsk
Winodelnoje
Marxstadt
1875
1767
M
E
E
Marxstadt
1767
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Pjatigorsk
Stawropol
Rayon Chortitza
aka Konstantinowka
aka Iwaschtschenko
Baratayevka
see Majanka
aka Baratajewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Betz Chutor
Beutelspacher Chutor
Beza
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Bezilowa-Wikowa
Bezimennyj
Bezpaltschewo
Bezzabetowka
Bh. Adudurowa
Bh. Awillows
Bh. Jeruslan
Bh. Kologriwowka
Bh. Lepeschimsk
Bh. Piterka
Bh. Sorino
Bh. Timofojewka
Bh. Wachoi
Biala
Bialaboznica
Bialogora
Biberstein
Biberstein
Bicilojewka
Biczyce Niemieckie
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kharkow
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Biech
Biegonice
Biejtsch Naiman
Bier
Bier
Biesowka
Bietsch
Bijbolusch
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Alt Samaraara
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
31
District
Founded
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
Hoffnungstal
Religion
Parish
K
Biala
Czortkow
1708
E/K
K
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
1767
1776
E
E
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Podkolina
see Besa Chutor
E
1885
Village History
Langenberg
aka Bizilajewka Muhlenbach,
see Mühlenbach/Odessa
Aleksandrowsk
Barenkow
Barwenkowo
Biala
Chomiakowka
see Weissenberg
Georgiewka/Glar us
aka Glarus, Georgiewka
see Mühlenbach/Odessa
see Deutsch Bitschitz
German Colonies of
Hochheim
see Laufendorf
Dshankoi
Pallasowka
Pallasowka
Melekes
Dschurtschi
Dshankoi
E
Hochheim
aka Bjesowka
E
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Village Name
Bijbolusch
Bijetsch
Bijuk Busau
Bijuk Busaw
Bijuk Kaban
Bijuk Kaban
Bijuk Kardshaw
Bijuk Kardshaw
Billersdorf
Billersfeld
Billing
Billing
Bilohorszcze
Birjutschi
Birjutschi
Birkenfeld
Birkenfeld
Birkengraben
Birkenheim
Birkenheim
Birsula
Birten, Chutor
Bischlejewka
Bischler, Chutor
Bischlerowka
Bischlerowka
Bischofsfeld
Bisiuk
Bisiuk
Bisu
Biswanje Chutor
32
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Ufa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
District
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Woinka
1880
1888
E
M
Post Kokej and Ajbar
M
Post Kokej
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
see Billersfeld
Josephstal
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Lemburg
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Village History
1890
1890
E
E
E
aka Aleksandrowka,
Billersdorf/Rayon Karl Marx
// Wolost Josefowka
Lemburg
see Berestowo
see Berjesowka
Marxstadt
Odessa/Kotowsk
Ts-Troitzk
Golodajewka
Danilowka
Taras Schewtschenko
1909
1887
E
K
K
K
E
E
E
S
Bisiuk
southern part of Kotowsk
Rosenfeld
Ostheim
K
Bischofsfeld
K
Katharinental
Defunct after 1918
Uspenskaja
aka
Jeremejewka/Jeremetowka;
population 695 in 1926
see Marienberg
Hochheim Khutor s
Beresan
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Bitak Ak Kuju
Crimea/Taurida
Bitak Ak Kuju
Biten
Bitsch Najman
Bitschki
Bizilajewka
Bjetowesch
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Bjuten
Blagodatnoje
Blagodatnoje
Blagodatnoje
Blagoslawennoje
Blagoweschtschensk
Blank, Chutor
Blechschmidt
Bliwenitz, Chutor
Bloch, Chutor
Block
Blonski Chutor
Blonskoje
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Ufa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Blumenberg
Blumendorf
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
33
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Ak-Kuju-Bit ak
Ewpatorija
Dshankoi
Alexandrowsk
Hochheim
1832
aka Ak-Kuju-Bitak/Post
Kokej
Post Kodshanbak
Post Djurman
see Rutschji
see Mühlenbach/Odessa
E
Simpferopol
Neusatz
North of Orenburg
M
Slawgorod
M
aka Byten/Rayon
Simferopol/Wolost
Bjuten/Kreis Perekop/Post
Bijuk Onlar, Kurman
Kemeltschi
see Mittelfeld/Odessa
see Gnadenfeld/Nikolajew
see Alexanderwohl
1894
Omsk
E
Rosenfeld
Defunct after 1918
Defunct after 1918
K
K
Sewerinowka
aka Blonskoje/Niederdorf
see Blonski Chutor
1880
K
Rastatt
1875
K
Gruental
Pallasowka
Kutschurgan
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
Alexandrowka
Aleksandrowsk
Krasnopolje
Krutoje
Mariupol
Tschertomlik
aka Annowka; population
192 in 1941-1943
see Blumenort/Nikolajew
aka Mook Ch.
aka Zagornoje/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
M
1870
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Kislitschewatoje
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Ukrainian Name
Jekaterinoslaw
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Region
Krasnopillia
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
District
Founded
Religion
Zaporoshje
Nikolajew/TiliguloBersan/Anatoljewka
Blagodatnoje
Gorjatschewodsk
Mindowsk
Winodelnoje
1862/1863
K
Blumenfeld/Sulz,
Selz 1890-1904
founding families from
Kutschurgan and Liebental
Gebiets; population 1,037 in
1941-1943
Tiflis
Settled by Volga Germans,
aka Zwetnopolje
aka Jakobli
Okupino
Blumengart
Blumenheim
Blumenheim
Blumenhof
Blumenhof
Blumenort
Blumenort
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Chortitza
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Minwodsk
Orloff
Sl-Snamenka
1873
1908
M
M
M
Crimea/Taurida
Halbstadt
1805
M
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Georgia
Jekaterinoslaw
Bender
Otradowka
1881
E
E
34
Remarks
E
E
Om-Sosnowka
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Village
Profile/Info.
M
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Orlove
Village History
aka Rodzjanka/Rayon Pologi
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenfeld
Blumenort
Parish
1892
Fedorowka
Mariental
Pallasowka
Fedorowka
Mariental
1860
1824
M
E
E
E
E
E
E
aka Kapustianka / Rayon
Choritza
see Werbowskaja
M
E
Aleksandow
see Alexandrowka
aka Beckers Chutor
aka Podsnjeshnoje
Wolost Halbstgadt/Kreis
Berdjansk
Leipzig
Taganrog
Ludwigstal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Hirtop and Lobatnik;
population 180 in 1939
aka Rosowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Blumental
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Cherson
Blumental
Blumental
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Beresan
Founded
Religion
E
1883
1924
Parish
Kassel
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kowatsch; population 76
in 1905
aka Kiltschen or NeuSawitzki
E/K ?
E
Settled by Volga Germans,
aka Noworossijsk,
Romanowka
Blumental
Blumental
North Siberia
North Siberia
RS-Lokotj
Sl-Orlow
1907
1908
E
K
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
Blumental
North Siberia
Orenburg
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Sl-Snamenka
North of Orenburg
1908
K
M
E
K
Pulin
Uschomir
E
E
Shitomir
Lubrowka
see Brunnental
aka Zwetjanka
Blumental
Bessarabia
Akkermannn
E
Tarutino
Leased colony; population
150 in 1904
Blumental
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/Alexanderfel
d
K
Blumstein
Blyszczywody
Boaro
Bobritschowka
Bobritshi
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Halbstadt
Bobritz
Bobrizkaja
Bobrowka
Bobrowka
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Olewsk
35
Prischib
Kikis-Mjak
Mariental
1892
1828
1894
1884
M
aka Malyschewka; Settled by
Volga Germans
Tiflis
aka Krasnodarsk; population
175 in 1941-1943
Molotschansk
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Jakobli
aka Lugowoje, Kopani
Heimthal
aka Tatjanino/Kreis
Berjansk
see Ehrenfeld
see Boisroux
see Bobritz
see Bobritz
aka Bobritschi,
Bobritschowka
see Buda, Gnadental
see Neu-Obermonjour
see Nieder-Monjou
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Bobrowsk
North Siberia
Bobrowy Kut
Bochnia
Bock
Bock
Bock, Chutor
Bodai
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Bodamer Chutor
Bodji
Bogaiowka
Bogatowka
Bogatowka
Bogdanowka
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Bogdanowka
Bogdanowka
Bogdanowka
Bogdanowka
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Bogdanowka
Bogdanowka
Bogdanowka
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Bogemka
Bognatowka
Bogolijubowka
Bogoljubowka
Bogolobowka
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Bogomasow
Bogorodicine
Bogoschewka
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
36
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
1806/1807
E/M
E
Alt Schwendendorf
Neu Gawlow
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Om-Sosnowka
Nikolajew/Berislaw/
Seidemenucha
Bocnia
aka Bobrowikut
Records started in 1809
Boregard/Bordowskoje
Om-Moskalenki
see Bergtal
Alexandrowsk
Lemberg
Bliznecowakij
Kisitschansk
1824
E
E
1911
see
Friedrichsfeld/Bessarabia
see Kurjanowka
see Reichenberg
see Reichenfeld
aka Reichenberg
Defunct after 1918
Lemberg
Part of Lemburg, Lemburg
records started 1778
E
see Reichenberg
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
North of Orenburg
K
M
Straßburg/Sewerino
wka
see Gnadenfeld
Bogemka
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
E
aka Dshadra/Post Dshankoj
see Tiefenbach/Odessa
see Gottliebsdorf
see Segenstal
see Gottliebsdorf
M
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Mariaheim
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Bogucice
Bogunowo
Galicia
North Siberia
Bogunskoje
Bogutschitz
Bohemka
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
District
Bochnia
Om-Moskalenki
Bohemka
Odessa/
Grossliebental
Marxstadt
Bohorodczany
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Bohensky
Bohn
Bohorodczany
Boisroux
Boisroux
Bok
Bok Basar
Bolarka
Bolarka
Bolarka
Bolarka Ulaschanowka
Bolatschi
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Bolechow
Galicia
Dolina
Bolechowce
Bolgarka
Bolisch Jakala
Bolschaja Akarscha
Bolschej Jegerepel
Bolschoje Poretchje
Bolshoi Karaman
Bondarewka
Boragan
Boragan
Borangar
Borangar
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Drohobych
37
Founded
1783
E
M
1842
K
1767
E
E
E
E
1767
1767
Om-Sosnowka
Miropol
Radeckaja Bolijarka
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Ewpatorija
Beljakewski
Dawlekanowo
Religion
1911
1894
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neu Gawlow
Records started in 1808, aka
Bogutschitz
Simpferopol
aka Bogunskeje, see NeuKandel/Odessa
see Bogucice
aka Dschadra
Ugartsthal
E
E
E
E
Shitomir
E
Gelsendorf
E/K
E
Village History
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Brigidau/Drohobycz
see Hockerberg
Records started in 1783
Boaro/Bordowskoje
aka Boaro, Bordowskoje
see Bolarka-Ulaschanowka
see Bolarka
Post Kokej
Records started in 1809, aka
Ruski Bolechow
Records started in 1786
see Neu-Wurttemberg
see Grossliebental/Odessa
see Gross Gerhardstal
see Rastatt/Odessa
Beresan
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
1900
E/K
E
Lachowa
Neusatz
M
Neusatz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Post Suja
aka Taschly-Konrat
aka Taschly-Konrat
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Bordowskoje
Boregard
Boricz
Borisoglebowka
Borisopol
Borissowka
Borissowo
Borlak
Borlak (Neufeld)
Borodatyj
Borodin
District
1766
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
see Krestjanskij
M
Se-Pawlodar
Chorititza
see Neufeld
Totonai
1882
see Huttertal
Omsk
Boryslau
Borzowo Antonowskij Kupino
Galicia
North Siberia
Drohobycz
To-Kupino
Bos Dshajtschi
Bosens Damm
Boslawina
Bossedamm
Botschala
Botschala
Botschala
Brabander
Brand, Chutor
Brasol
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
38
Parish
see Rottenhan
Akkermann
Borodino
Religion
see Boisroux
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Galicia
Borodino
Borodino
Borodinsk
Boronowke
Borsenko
Bortschak
Borynia
Founded
Om-Borodinowsk
Grodowkow
Chorititza
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Turka
Marxstadt
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Kukkus
M
1814
E
Klöstitz
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f
collections/history/link/b orums/viewtopic.php? 1859 had 172 houses;
orodino.txt
f=15&t=64
population 2,719 in 1939
see Waterloo/Odessa
E
aka Baranowka
1818
1879
1879
1767
E
K
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Turka
E/K
Brigidau/Drohobycz
E
E
K
E
Molotschna
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Records started in 1783, aka
Boryslaw
Post Dshelal and Ewpatorija
see Bossedamm
see Baslawina
aka Bosens Damm
Neusatz
Rosenfeld
Post Suja
aka Audincourt, Kaziskaja
Defunct after 1918
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Bratkowce
Bratschki Tomar
Bratucice
Bratuleni
Braun
Braun
Braun Chutor
Braun Chutor
Galicia
Volhynia
Galicia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Stryj
Kutschurgan
Hoffnungstal
1911
Braun, Chutor
Braunschweig
Brauntal
Bredtheim
Ufa
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Nowosjelowka
1906
E
E
Zaporoshje
Nadworna
1881
R
Volga
Volga
Brehning
Breitgraben
Brienne
Brigidau
Brigidyn
Brinnowka
Brinsa
Brinsa, Chutor
Brjancewka
Brockhausen
Broczkow
Broczkow
Brody
Bronislawowka
39
Artsyz-Briyen
Bochnia
Kischinew
1783
1896
E
E
E
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started in 1809 --After 1899, parish in Stryj
see Neudorf-Tomar
Records started in 1809
Gelsendorf
Neu Gawlow
Kischinew
see Tohaily
Balzer
Unterwalden
1767
K
E
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
aka Fedorowka, Federowka
Rayon Sherebee
aka Siedliska
Kolmea-Baginsberg
aka Popowka, Kutter,
Pfaffenkutter, Neumann,
Kutter/Popovka
E
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1816
E
Arzis
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Stryj
1783
E
Brigidau
Slawjanoserbak
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/br
ienne.txt
aka Brieni, zu Arzis,
Peterwunsch/Nr. 15; 1859
had 137 houses; population
1,820 in 1939
Records started in 1786 --aka Brigidyn
see Brigidau
see Wiesental/Odessa
see Hirschberg/Odessa
see Hirschberg/Odessa
Rostow
see Hummel
Dolina
Dolina
Brody
Zloczow
1835
1835
1838
K
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Dolina
Ugartsthal
Lemberg
Lemberg
Records start 1784
Records started in 1778
Records started in 1778
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Broschkowka
Broszniow
Broszniow
Brott
Brott
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko
Dolina
Dolina
Pallasowka
Pallasowka
Bruckenthal
Bruderberg
Bruderfeld
Bruderfeld
Brudergemeinde
Bruderliebe
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Rawa Ruska
Mariental
Dshankoi
Perekop
1786
Brunndorf
Brunnen
Brunnenberg
Brunnengraben
Brunnental
Brunnental
Brunnental
Brunnwald
Brusilowo
Brussilowka
Brutschak Michajlowka
Brzeszcze
Brzezina
Brzezinka
Brzezinka
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Grodek Jagiellonski
Marxstadt
Krasny-Kut
1788
Brzeziny
Bschidst
Bubny
Buchenhain
Galicia
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Galicia
40
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Fedvkoro
Seelman
Jenakiewo
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
K
K
E
Neu Liebental
Rozniatow
Ugartsthal
Records started in 1784
K
Mosty Wielkie
Parish later was in
Bruckenthal
E
aka Kara Tobel
1855
1888
K
E
Grodek Jagiellonski
aka Fedwkaorok, Fedvkoro
Blumental/Kriwojar
aka Orlowka
see Ebenfeld/Nikolajew
see Liebental
Rayon Nowo Swetlanowka
E
E
E
Lugansk
Bila
E
Biala
Biala
Biala
E
K
Biala
Oswiecim
Neu Sandez
E
Stadlo
see Brzeziny
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
After 1803, parish in Neu
Sandez --- aka Brzezina
see Glueckstal
see Tuszow Kolonia
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Budaki
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Budischtsche
Budjenyj
Budjonow
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Radomysl
Budury
Bessarabia
Bugajewka
Buguruslan
Buhr, Chutor
Bujdakow Bujerak
Bujerak
Bukovina
Bukrejew
Bulachi
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Bulachi
Bulajew, Chutor
Bulajewo
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Bulatschi
Bulgakowka
Bulganak
Bulganak
Burakowka
Burasch
Buratschkowo
Burczyce
Burczyce Nowe
Burczyce Stare
Burdenowka
41
Founded
1900
1928
Religion
Parish
E
Neu-Posttal
E
Radomysl
E
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Budachi and
Primorskoje; population 43
in 1939
aka Russakowskoje,
Budischtsche
see Seeberg/Odessa
see Neufeld/Odessa
see Kamtschatka/Bessarabia
Jewgenjewka
1886
E
M
M
Neu Freudental
aka Buhajowka, see
Ulrichstal/Odessa
North of Orenburg
Defunct after 1 918
see Schwab
see Beauregard
(Bessarabia)
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Stawropol
Byten
1879
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Preusse Ch.
Omsk
Simpferopol
Zaleszczyki
Nikolajew/Poltawka
M
1879
E
Neusatz/Byten
K
K
K
Jazlowiec
Simpferopol
Nikolajew
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orums/viewtopic.php?
f=15&t=147
see Neu-Friedental
see Neuinlage
see Kronental
see Kronental
Parish after 1803
see
see
see
see
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Alt-Burtschitz
Neu Burtschitz
Alt-Burtschitz
Deutsche Kolonie 18
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Burdowyj, Chutor
Burgau
Burgthal
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Nikolajew
Cieszanow
Grodek Jagiellonsk
Burkunowa Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Burkuny
Burlackij
Burnak
Burnas Bad
Burnasch
Bursak
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Burshi
Bursi
Burtschi
Burtscho
Burwald
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Burwalde
Busau
Busau Montenai
Busaw Akatschi
Busch, Chutor
Baburka
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Founded
Religion
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
population 58 in 1919
1783
1788
K
E
Lubaczow
Hartfeld
E
Neu Freudental
Records started in 1788
see Roemmich
Chutor/Odessa
see Feodorowskij
M
E
M
Akkermann
Neu-Posttal
Ewpatorija
aka Lebedewka
Post Ewpatorija
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
Pallasowka
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Chortitza
M
1803
Byten
Neusatz
aka Aktatschi, Ak Tatschi
Busaw, Ettingerbrunn/Kreis
Ewparorija/Post Kokej and
Ajbar
Defunct after 1 918
Ewpatorija
E
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
1857
K/E
Busk
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
1770
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Burwalde
aka Baburka, Burwald,
Babuchka/Okrug Zaporoshje
see Achtatschi-Busau
see Montenai
M
Businowa
42
Parish
Neu Liebental/Neu
Freudental
Busk
Grossliebental daughter
colony from villages of
Alexanderhilf and Neuburg
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1770
E
Busk
Buslatschik
Busturtscha
Busul Montonaj
Busuluk
Butyny
Buxhoevdener Kol
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Kamionka Strumilowa
Bychalinsk
Bychalinsk
Byetryca
Bystra
Byten
Kazakhstan
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Akjubinsk
Akjubinsk
Zaleszczyki
1911
1910
1778
E
E
Simpferopol
1861
E
Byten
Byten
Caecersfeld
Caecilijewka
Caesarsfeld
Calmatzuie
Campul Drept
Caneau
Caneau
Canemir I
Canemir II
Caregel
Carewo Aleksandrowka
Caricino
Carpenko
Carskaja Milost
Carskoje
Cebrikowo
Cebrikowo
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
43
Karasubazar
Ewpatorija
North of Orenburg
Zolkiew
Parish
Josefow
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started in 1806
Post Karasubazar
Post Dshelal
M
K
Mosty Wielkie
Parish founded after 1803
see Salominka
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
Settled by Volga Germans
see Deutsch Bytray
Byten
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Bjuten
see Sasimowka
1767
Kischinew
E
E
Kischinew
See Ebenfeld/Bessarabia
1767
E
Kano
see Krontal I/Bessarabia
see Krontal II/Bessarabia
see Ljuhin
see Alexandertal
see Mariawohl
see Sofiental/Bessarabia
Post Kachowka
see Kaiserdorf
Cebrikowo
see Hoffnungstal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Ceniow
Chabag
Chabajewo, Chutor
Chabolat
Chabolat
Chaisol
Chaldejewka
Chan Tokus
Chanlar
Charsch Nr. 2
Charziowa Nr.3
Charzyskoje
Chasarowka
Chasoil
Chasselois
Chelabinsk Region
Chelmiec Niemiecki
Chernomorka
Chersonowka
Chervonoarmisk
Chetros Neamti
Chlebnejo
Chljenowka
Chocin
Choise le Roy
Cholodajewka
Cholojow
Cholosna Juljanowka
Galicia
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Siberia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Galicia
Volga
North Siberia
Galicia
Volhynia
Chomutowa
Chorodischtsche
Choroschoje Nr. 87
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
Chortitza
44
Khortitsa
Jekaterinoslaw
District
Founded
Brzezany
Religion
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Budylow
see Schabo/Bessarabia
Jekaterinodar
see Schabolat/Bessarabia
Grossliebental
see Chasselois
Om-Borodinowsk
Baba-Jurt
Jefrem Stepan.
Mariental
1904
1898
1766
M
M
E
see Friedental
see Helenendorf
aka Lwow Nr. 1
Rynowka
see Prinz Chutor
see Liebenan
see Chasselois
aka Chaisol
K
see Deutsch Chelmitz
see Lustdorf/Odessa
Ak-Petropawlowsk
K
see Tscherwonoarmisk
see Ketrossy/Bessarabia
see Landskrone
OT-Barabinsk
Kalusz
K
Kalusz
see Preuss
Om-Borodinowsk
Radziechow
Uschomir
E
E
Josefow
Shitomir
Records started in 1806
aka Holosna-Julianowka
see Keller Chutor
(A.J.)/Odessa
see Horodischtsche
Slawgorod
Chortitza
1912
1789
M
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Aleksandrowsk
http://www.odessa3.org/
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ortiza.txt
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Chortitza
Chortitza
Chortitza Nr. 1
Chortitza, Insel
Chotenka
Chotish
Chramskij
Chreschtschatik
Christenheim
North Siberia
North Siberia
Orenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Om-Jelansk
Slawgorod
Christianfeld
Christianow
Christianowka
Christianowka
Christiansfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Bolschaja Michajlowka
Christina
Christina
Christinafeld
Christinafeld (MursalaKemeltshi)
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Christinowka
Christoforowka
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Christofowka
Christopol
Chrusno Nowe
Chrusno Stare
Chukull
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
45
Founded
Religion
1902
1909
1894
M
M
M
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
North of Orenburg
Wolost Chortitza
Jekaterinoslaw
see Hotisch
Ku-Adajewsk
see Reschendorf
see Leitershausen
Bachmut
Alexejewka
Kurman-Kemeltschi
Nikolajew/Jelanez/
Nowo-Odessa
Nowo Odessa
Ludwigstal
1891
1871
1891
E
E
K
K
Dshankoi
Hochheim
Christina
Hochheim
1891
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Schidlowo
aka Mursalar-Kemeltschi
aka Chrestina, Kristena,
Christianowka, or NowoSafronowka; population 223
in 1915 and 50 in 1918
aka Nowo-Odessa
aka Murzular
Kemeltschi/Wolost Totanaj
/ Post Kalaj, Hurman
Kemeltschi
German Colonies of
Hochheim
aka Rosa Luxemburg
Post Loschkarewka
aka Christoforowka Chutor,
see Hörnersdorf/Odessa
see Rosenfeld
see Neu Chrusno
see Alt-Chrusno
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Bratskoje; population
74 in 1919
aka Roth
aka Kolonia
aka Kolonia
Chutorjanka
Chutorskoje
Cieplice
Cieplice
Cis Ural Colonies
Cis Ural Region
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Cis-Ural
Classen, Chutor
Don Gebiet
Cneazevca I
Bessarabia
see Fürstenfeld I/Bessarabia
Cneazevca II
Bessarabia
see Fürstenfeld
II/Bessarabia
Colaceni
Cwetnaja
Cybulewka
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
see
Kolatschowka/Bessarabia
see Friedental
see Neu Glückstal/Odessa
Czarnokonce
Galicia
Czermin
Czermin Kolonia
Dabrowa
Dabrowa
Dabrowka Niemiecka
Daemmchen
Daheim
Dammgraben
Dammgruppe
Danielsfeld
Danielsfeld
Danilowka
Danilowkaja
46
Nikolajew
Se-Borodulicha
Jaroslau
Jaroslau
Religion
E
K
E
Sieniawa
see Orenburg
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
aka Tscherwona- Sirka,
defunct after 1918
E
Husiatyn
K
Czarnokonce
Wielkie
Mielec
1795
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Dolina
Dolina
1845
1845
K
E
Dolina
Ugartsthal
Marxstadt
Mariental
Marxstadt
Mariental
Akkermann
Magdalinowsk
Kurman-Kemeltschi
Dshankoi
Parish founded after 1803
Records start 1782
see Hohenbach
Records start in 1784
see Deutsch Dabrowka
E
E
E
Eigenheim/
Andrejewka
Josephstal
leased colony; population
about 50 in 1905; defunct by
1940
Kreis Nowomoskowsk
M
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
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Village Name
Danneweide
Danzig
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Dar Prirody
Darjewka
Darmstadt
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Darmstadt
Darmstadt
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Darmstadt
Darmstadt
Darowka
Daszawa
Daszawa
Dausendorf
Dautrich, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
David
Dawid Orlowka
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Dawido Orlowka
Don Gebiet
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alt Danzig
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
population 8 in 1926
see Prochorowo/Odessa
see Neu-Darmstadt
Ludwigstal
see Nowgorod, Post
Romanowka
E
Eugenfeld
Kreis Melitopol /Post
Akimowka
E
K
E
E
Gelsendorf
Kochawina
Mariupol
Eugenfeld
Mariental
1840
Stryj
Stryj
Marxfeld
see Gnadental
After 1899 parish in Stryj
Rosenfeld
see Schulz
Chutor/Bessarabia
see Dawidorlowka
1888
K
Jenakiewo
aka Dawidowka, NeuMannheim
aka Dawido-Orlowka /
Rayon Iwanowka/Okrug
Lugansk/Post Jenakijewo
see Dawido-Orlowka
Dawidorlowka
Dawidowka
Dawlekanowo
Dazu
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Mariupol
1894
1817
M
Beresan
Debelowka
Debolowka
Dederer
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Dolina
1877
E
Degott
Dehler
Volga
Volga
Frank
Kukkus
1766
1767
K
K
47
Parish
Ugartsthal
Records started in 1784, aka
Debolowka
see Debelowka
Om-Ljubinsk
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Dejgott, Kammenny
Owrag
aka Deller, Beresowka
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Village Name
Deining
Dejewka Nr. 5
Dejgott
Dekonskaja
Deller
Dembowa
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Caucasus
Orenburg
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volhynia
District
Artjomowsk
1894
M
1889
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
North of Orenburg
see Degott
E
Arzis
aka Demir Hadji and
Seljonaja Balka; population
96 in 1939
Skole
E
Gelsendorf
aka Augusthof, after 1899
parish in Stryj
Akkermann
E
Eigenheim
Leased colony; population
about 100 in 1905
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Demnia Wyzna
Galicia
Denissowka
Bessarabia
Dennewitz
Deresowo
Deresowo
Derman
Dermanka
Bessarabia
Kharkow
Kharkow
Volhynia
Volhynia
Akkermann
Dernow
Desiner, Chutor
Desinerowa
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kamionka Strumilowa
Detusch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Ewpatorija
48
Religion
see Dehler
see Dubowaja
Demir Chadschi Chutor
Ungut
Adargin
Ak Schoick
Akodsha
Alschin
Ataj
Ataj
Barcice
Founded
1860
1834
Pulin
E
Alt-Elft
M
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/d
ennew.txt
aka Denevit and
Prjamobalka; 1859 had 71
houses; population 554 in
1939. E of Prijamobalka
see Katharinenfeld
see Marianowka
E
Josefow
see Wilhelmsaue/Odessa
see Wilhelmsaue/Odessa
E
Neusatz
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
1890
E
aka Ungut/Wolost
Donuzlaw/Post Ewpatorija
see Schoenbrunn
Post Ewpatorija
see Ak Kodsha
see Alschin
Djelal
Post Kodshanbak
see Deutsch Bartschitz
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Deutsch Bartschitz
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Deutsch Baryn
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Ewpatorija
Baschbek
Berehy
Biczic
Bistrzyce
Deutsch Bitschitz
Deutsch Burtschitz
Galicia
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Deutsch Bytray
Deutsch Bytray
Deutsch Chaginsk
Galicia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Biala
Biala
Deutsch Chelmitz
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Dabrowka
Danilowka
Dshankoi
Dshankoj
Deutsch Gabon
Deutsch Glinik
Deutsch Golkowice
49
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Sandez
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Jaslo
Founded
1788
Religion
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Stadlo
Records started in 1787; aka
Deutsch Barcice, Barcice,
Niemieckie
Hochheim
aka Baryn/Wolost Ak
Scheich/Post Dshankoj
aka Baschbek/Post
Kodshanbak
see Siegenthal
see Deutsch Bitschitz
see Deutsch Bitschitz
1788
1783
E
Stadlo
E
K
Biala
Witkowice
E
1787
E
1885
E
1783
E
K
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After 1803 parish in Nau
Sandez; aka Dt. Biczic,
Dt.Biczyce, Dt. Bistrzyce,
Biczyce-Niemieckie
see Neu Burtschitz
aka Bystra, records started
in 1708
aka Bystra
see Kronental
Stadlo
After 1803, parish in Neu
Sandez; aka Dt. Kelmitz,
Dt., Helmitz, Hundsdorf,
Chelmiec-Niemiecki
Stadlo
After 1803, parish was Neu
Sandez; aka Neu Jerusalem,
Dabrowka Niemiecka
see Karlsruhe
see Karlsruhe
Stadlo
Debowice
Records started in 1787, aka
Deutsch Gaben, Gabon
aka Glinik Niemiecki
see Deutsch Golkowitz
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Village Name
Deutsch Golkowitz
Deutsch Golkowitz
Deutsch Helmitz
Deutsch Ischun
Ukrainian Name
Region
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
District
Neu Sandez
Neu Sandez
Founded
1783
1783
Religion
K
E
Dshankoi
Deutsch Lany
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
1804
K
Deutsch Lednica
Deutsch Lewaschowa
Deutsch Lomsak
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Bochnia
1785
E
E
K
Deutsch Mengermen
Deutsch Mokrotyn
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Feodosija
Deutsch Nikelsdorf
Galicia
Biala
Deutsch Nikelsdorf
Galicia
Biala
Ischun
Ishun
Kelmitz
Kongeli Kishat
Kopkari
Kutjuke
Deutsch Ostrau
50
Galicia
Podegrodzie
Stadlo
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Kolbuszowa
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Dt. Golkowice,
Golkowice Niemieckie
aka Dt. Golkowice,
Golkowice Niemieckie, after
1803, parish was Neu Sandez
see Deutsch Chelmitz
see Nemetskij-Ischun
aka Deutsch Ishun, Ishun
Nemeckij/Wolost
Aleksandrowka/Post Kurman
Kemeltschi
see Deutsch Ischun
see Deutsch Chelmitz
Post Djurmen
see Kopkari
Post Djurmen
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Parish
1783
Kamionka
Strumilowa
aka Lany Niemieckie
Krakau-Podgorze
aka Lednica Niemiecka;
Parish later Neu Gawlow
Komintern
Zuerichtal
Wolost Zuericht al/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Itschki
see MokrotyKolonia
E
Biala
aka Mikuszowice, Nikelsdorf
K
Mikuszowice
aka Mikuszowice , Nikelsdorf
Ostrowy Tuszowskie
aka Deutsch Ostrowo,
Sandlautern, Ostrowy
Tuszowskie, Ostrowy Kolonia
K
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
St. Petersburg
Kolbuszowa
1783
E
Dshankoi
Kamenka
1765
E
Deutsch Smolin
Galicia
Rawa Ruska
Deutsch Tajmas
Deutsch Tjumen
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Feodosija
Ewpatorija
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Deutsch
Ostrau
Ostrowo
Schirin
Schtscherbakowka
Schuwalowo
Deutsch Uzbek
Deutsch Wygoda
Deutsch, Chutor
Deutschbach
Deutsch-Dschankoi
(Karlsruhe)
Deutsche aus Boehmen
Deutsche Hoefa
Deutsche Hoefe
Deutsche Kolonie 18
Deutschendorf
Deutsches, Chutor Ne. 2
Deutsch-Schtscherbakowka
Dewlet Ali
Dewlet Alli
51
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Galicia
North Siberia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Parish
Ranischau
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Deutsch Ostrowo,
Sandlautern, Ostrowy
Tuszowskie, Ostrowy
Kolonia; Records start 1788
see Deutsch Ostrau
Post Kolaj
see Neu-Pargolowo
1783
E
Reichau
Zuerichtal
Ewpatorija
Cieszanow
1785
Totonai
1885
M
E
aka Smolin Niemiecki,
Records started 1788
Wolost Tabuldi/ Kreis
Feodosija/Post Seitler, Suja
Post Saki
Neusatz
aka Uzbek Nemeckij,
Usbek/Post Dshetal and
Ewpatorija
Freudental
aka Wygoda/Wolost
Nikolajewskoje,
Mannheim/Rayon Fr. Engels
Reichau
Records started in 1788
see Zarekwitsch
Budenowka
Limanowa
Semipalatinsk
Kamenka
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
1900
1765
E
K
Stopnica Krolewska
aka Niemscice
E
Post Ajbar
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Diamantheim
Dick, Chutor
Dicks, Chutor
Dienersheim
Diesendorf
Galicia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Dolina
Om-Ljubinsk
Chasaw-Jurt
Pallasowka
1910
E
M
M
Dietal
Dietrich Chutor
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Frank
Beresan
1767
1895
E
K
Dikowa
Diminski
Dimitrew
Dimitrowka
Dinkel
Dinzer
Dirkedschell
Dittel
Divisia
Diwlin
Djaga
Djagelewka
Djakowka
Djanlar
Djapar Jurt
Djapar-Jurt
Djaraktschi
Djatkowka
Djau Tebe
Djautebe (Maier)
Djechtjarka
Djejewka
Djejewka
Djelal
Djetai (Adamsfeld)
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Cis-Ural
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/ Ponjatowka
1889
K
K
Gorodniza
Kukkus
1767
52
Akkermann
Eupatoria
Itschki
Andrrejewka
1872
1872
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Ugartsthal
aka Dittel, Oleschna, Dietel
population 45 in 1914 and 5
in 1919
Neuheim
see Reinfeld
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Posttal
E
E
Zuerichtal
Oberholstein/Tarlykovka
see Bescheran
see Elkedshi-Elly
see Dietal/Dietel
aka Divizia and Divisija
see Iwanowka
see Dschaga-Scheich-Eli
see Alexeifeld
see Dscharaktschi
Kertsch
Petrowsk
1901
1901
E
E
Zuerichtal
aka Semisot
see Schoenwiese
see Orenburg
Chorititza
E
Kokai
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Djewjaterikowo
Djurmen
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Djurmen
Djurmen (Schottenruh)
Djuwanowka
Dlugileka
Dmitriewsk
Dmitrijewka
Dmitrijewka
Dmitrowka
Dmitrowka
Dnjeprowka
Dnjeprowka
Dobrin
Dobrinka
Dobrischano
Dobro-Alexandrowka
Dobrohostow
Dobroje Polje
Dobromil
Dobromil
Dobropolje
Dobrostany
Dobrowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrowlany
Dobrowlany
Dobrowolskij
Dobruanitz
Dobruja
Dobryj Kut
Dobryj-Luk
Dobryn
Galicia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Galicia
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
53
District
Om-Borodinsk
Bohemka
Dshankoi
Bohemka
Petrowerowsk
Founded
Religion
1876
M
M
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schottenruh
1876
K
Neu Liebental
M
Chortitza
Village History
aka Schottenruh /Wolost
Bogemka/Post Taganasch,
Dshankoj
Bachmut
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Orenburg
Parish
population 428 in 1926
see Tannendorf
North of Orenburg
see Neu Lustdorf/Odessa
Rostow
1789
see Neu Schoenwiese
see Krassnojeselo
M
M
see Kronsweide
see Dobryn
aka Nischnaja Dobrinka
see Kellersheim/Odessa
see Alexanderhilf/Odessa
Kamenka
1764
E
Drohobycz
Om-Moskalenki
Dobromil
Dobromil
1905
E
Brigidau
1775
1775
E
K
Bandrow
Dobromil
Weissenberg
1901
K
M
1785
1785
E
M
Gelsendorf
Kiernica-Lemburg
Records started 1788
see Schoenfeld
Grodek Jagiellonski
Stryj
Stryj
Ust-Labinskaja
North of Orenburg
After 1898, parish was Stryj
see Dobrzanica Kolonia
Pulin
E
Shitomir
Potijewka
E
Shitomir
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Dobrzanica Kolonia
Dobrzanka
Dobrzany
Doenhof
Doenhof
Doenhoff
Doksaba
Dolganka
Dolgenskoje
Dolgunskoje
Dolina
Dolinka
Dolinowka
Dolinowka
Dolinowka
Dolinowka
Dolinowka
Dolinowka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Dolinowka Nr. 1
Dolinowka Nr. 9
Dolinsk
North Siberia
Orenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Dolinsk
Dolinskaja
Orenburg
Don Gebiet
Dolinskoje
Doliwa
North Siberia
Volhynia
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District
Founded
Przemyslany
1786
Lemberg
RS-Lokotj
Balzer
Balzer
Eupatoria
1899
1766
1766
Tschertomlik
D
1870
Religion
Parish
E
Lemberg
E
Dornfeld
E
E
E
1800
E
Nikolaipol
1930
1869
M
M
Sl-Ljenki
1909
M
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started in 1788;
after 1884, parish was
Unterwalden, aka
Dobruanitz
see Dornfeld
Records started 1788
aka Samarka, Thaelmann
aka Alt-Cololob owka
Alt-Gololobovka
see Hoffnungsort
aka Hoffnungsort
aka Hoffnungsort
E
Dolina
Village History
Ugartsthal
Records started 1784;
founding date approximate,
aka Neu Dolina
see Fuerstenau
aka Adelsheim
see Muensterberg
see Gnadau
see Bergtal
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1912
1900
M
M
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
M
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Friedrichstal
Ak-Promyschlennaja
1908
M
Settled by Volga Germans,
aka Gnadenfeld
see Romansdorf
Revised 16 Feb 2012
North of Orenburg
see Kronstal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Dolschik, Chutor
Domanewka Chutor
Dombajew
Dombrowka
Dominskoje
Domoschirowka
Donehoff
Donner
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Orenburg
Donskaja
Orenburg
Donskej
Dorenburg
Dorf
Dornbach
Dornfeld
Dorochow
Dorofejewka
Dorscha-Chutor
Dortkul
Dortkul
Dosen
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Dosowka
Kherson/Odessa
Dowsunskoje
Dox
Draguli
Dreckloch
Dreilinden
Dreilingchutor
55
North Caucasus
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Defunct after 1918
Beresan
K
München
see Gruental
see Dubrowka
Se-Wolodarskaja
Ts-Troitzk
M
E
see Neu-Doennhof
see Siwuschka
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
M
Beresan
Worms Johannestal
Kreis Odessa
see Grossfuerstental
Lancut
Lemberg
Om-Ljubinsk
Jarun
1786
1785
K
E
Tarnawiec
Dornfeld
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Dobrzanka
aka Dorofeewka
Helenendorf
see Franzfeld
see Franzfeld
Om-Ljubinsk
see Neu Kronau
Chutor/Nikolajew
Burlatzki
1880
E
Unterwalden
E
Don.-Ambrosiev
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Stawropol
Taganrog
Consists of following
estates: Karlsruhe,
Wilhelmshoehe,
Johannisheim,
Hermannsburg
see Neu-Seimeny
see Plotzk/Bessarabia
aka Olgafeld
aka Stepnoje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Dreispitz
Dreissig
Dresseldorf
Drews, Chutor
Drjanyj Numer
Drohobycz
Drohobycz
Drushkowskoje
Drussok
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Dsambuldy
Dschadra
Dschaga Scheich Eli
Dschaga Scheich Eli
Dschailaw
Dschaitschi
Dschaitschi
Dschambuldy
Dschambuldy Konrat
Dschambuldy Konrat
Dschangran, Chutor
Dschantebe
Dschara Schech Eli
Dscharaktschi
Dscharaktschi
Dscharkui
Dscharkui
Dschau Kudak
Dschelair
Dschemandy
Dschubowka
Dschuma Ablam
Dschurgun
Dschurgun
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
56
District
Kamenka
Founded
1766
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Werchnjaja- Dobrinka,
Verkhnaya Dobrinka
see Otus
see Wola Oblaznicka
E
M
Drohobycz
Drohobycz
Se-Wolodarsk
Krapotkin
E
K
Brigidau
Drohobycz
see Rueckenau
Records started 1786
German Colonies of
Hochheim
see Bohemka
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Ak-Scheich
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
1886
1886
1899
1895
1895
1898
1876
1899
Semikolodzi
1901
1888
1890
1887
1882
1882
Dshankoi
Bohemka
Dshankoi
Totonai
Ak-Revoljuzionnaja
Ak-Scheich
Sl-Kljutschi
Eupatoria
Dshankoi
Bohemka
M
E
K
E
E
E
E
M
E
M
E
E
E
Djelal
Hochheim
Byten
Byten
aka Meier
Hochheim
Hochheim
E
1880
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Byten
Rosental
Freiland
aka Ablam
aka Mirnowka
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Village Name
Dschurtschi
Dshabatsch
Dshadra
Dshaga Alike
Dshaga Mojnak
Dshaga Scheich Eli
Dshailaw
Dshajlaw
Dshajtschl
Dshambuldl
Dshamitschl
Dshankej, Chutor
Dshanlar
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Dschurschti
Simpferopol
Religion
Parish
Simpferopol
Dshankoi
Neusatz
Hochheim
Karasubazar
Hochheim
Neusatz
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Feodosija
Bogemka
Totanaj
Petrowsk
Dshurgun
Dshurtschi
Dshurtschi
Dshuwanosk
Dt. Mandrowo
Dt. Jegorowka
Dt. Kirsanowa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Dshankoi
Dschurschti
Dshurtschi
Odessa
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1862
Ewpatorija
Tabuldi
Dshapar Jurt
Dsharaktschi
Dsharkuju
Dshautepe
Dsheilaw
Dshelair
Dshelal
Dshelkun
Dshiginskoje
Dshollu Totanaj
Dshuma Ablam
Dshumasch Kyrk
57
Founded
Zuerichtal
Hochheim
Post Bulgansk
see Bogemka
see Schwesterntal
Post Ewpatorija
Post Suja
see Zuerichtal
see Zuerichtal
Post Suja, Karasan
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
see Friedenstein
Kreis Feodosija
Wolost Andrejewka/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Itachki and
Seitler
Post Dshankoj
Post Kolaj
Post Siebenbrunn
Neusatz
Neusatz
see Adamsfeld
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Michaelsfeld
see Annenfeld
Post Ablam
Post Dshankoj
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Dshankoi
Belajewka
aka Mirnowka/Wolost
Bogemka/Post Dshankoj
1862
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Post Djurmen
Rayon Petrowerowsk
Kellersheim
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Dt. Petropawlowsk
Dt. Potapowsk
Dt. Wolh. Siedlg.
Dublianowka
Dubowaja
Dubowec
Dubowka
Dubowka
Dubowo
Dubowoi
Dubrowka
Dubrowka
Dubyr
Dudnikowo
Dulat
Dulat
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Ufa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kharkow
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dulat
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Duliby
Dummler
Dunajewka
Dupliska
Galicia
Volga
North Caucasus
Galicia
Stryj
E
Gelsendorf
Minwodsk
Zaleszczyki
K
Zaleszczyki
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Dt. Petapowsk
Kalnyckij
Aleschewo
Miropol
E
E
E
E
E
M
Taganrog
Barwenkowo
E
Charkow
Baraschi
Gorodniza
Se-Proletarskaja
E
E
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Pulin
Nikolaipol
1895
1894
1869
Shitomir
Shitomir
Shitomir
aka Dubowaja
aka Dubowka, Dembowo
aka Eichenfeld
see Dubow
aka Marienpol
see Mariental
aka Dombrowka
see Georgsburg
Ak-Scheich
Perekop
K
Wolost Ak Scheich/Post
Kolaj, Seitler
aka Terny,
Gontscharskij/Kreis
Melitopol
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Dzhankoi
Crimea/Taurida
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Dzhanlar
Dzhapar-Yurt
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
Zurichtal
1804
E
K
E
Prischib
München
After 1899, parish was Stryj
Durlach
Dworjanka Chutor
Dworjanskij
Dworskoje
Dyck, Chutor
58
Prischib
Beresan
Ts-Troitzk
1889
see Rosenhof
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Dzharaktshi
Dzhil-Kechel-Elly
Dziewiecierz
Dzikowiec
Dzukow
Eass Chutor
East of Vosnesenk
Ebechioi
Eben Ezer
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
North Caucasus
Ebenau
Galicia
Grodek Jagiellonski
Ebenberg
Jekaterinoslaw
Nataljewer
Founded
Rawa Ruska
Horodenka
Odessa
Beresan
Konstanza
Prochladnenskij
1892
Religion
E
Reichau
K
E
Gwozdziec
1908
E
E
1791
K
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Zurichtal
Records started 1788
see Wildenthal
population 44 in 1914
Romanian name: Lanurile
Grodek Jagiellonski
aka Stodolki
aka Osokorowka/ Post
Aleksandrowsk
aka Campul Drept and
Cimpul Drept; population
255 in 1939
aka Kurt-Itschki
aka Rownopolje
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kahul
Bohemka
Golodajewka
Aleksandrowsk
1914
1880
1895
E
M
E
Andrejewka
Majorsk
Nowosofiewka
Kronau
Stepnoje
1865
1887
M
E
1870
1924
E
E
E
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Dshankoi
59
Village History
E
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Ebenfeld
Seelmann
Parish
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu-Sarata
Djurmen
Taganrog-Jeisk
Aleksandrowsk
Ludwigstal
Kronau
Post Majorskoje
Post Nikopol
aka Brusilowo
aka Kaplanowo
see GljadeNr. 2
see Rownaja Poljana
aka Kurt Itschki/Wolost
Bogemka/Post Dshankoj
see Komunistitscheskoje
aka Perwomaiskoje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region, aka
Hochfeld
aka Rownopolje
aka Kamenka
aka Nikolajewka
Ebenfeld Nr. 11
Ebenfeld Nr. 2
Ebenland
Ebental
Ufa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Ebental
Jekaterinoslaw
Ebental
Ebental
Ebental
Eckardt
Eckert Gut
Eckhardt
Eckheim
Eckstein
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Eduard
Effenger
Effenhar
Ehni, Chutor
Ehrenfeld
Ehrenfeld
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Zolkiew
Zolkiew
1864
1864
M
E
Kiernica-Lemburg
Lemberg
see Schulz
Chutor/Bessarabia
see München
see Neu-München
Ossinowka
aka Blyszczywod y
aka Blyszczywod y
Eichendorf
Bessarabia
Kahul
1908
E
Albota
aka Doina; population 584 in
1939
Eichenfeld
Eichenfeld
Eichenschwab
Eichental
Eichwald
60
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Nowosjelowka
Sl-Snamenka
Rasdelnaja
Founded
1906
1908
1928
1888
E
M
K
M
Wolost Golieinowka/Post
Shelannoje
see Nikolajewka, aka
Smolennoje/ Post Gajtschur
Stepnoje
Pawlodar
Marxstadt
Akkermann
Marxstadt
Krasny-Kut
Fedorowka
1924
1906
1767
1767
1855
E
M
E
E
E
E
aka Utsch. Musk atul
aka Zuerich, So rkino
aka Sarazika-Ec kert
Zuerich/Sorkino
aka Usatowo
Eigenfeld
Wolost Nikolaifeld or
Nikolajpol/Post
Chortitza
see Dubowka
see Eugenfeld
Pallasowka
Post Pokrowskoje
Mariupol
1823
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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collections/history/link/ei
chwald.txt
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Sakhanske
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Swjatotroizkoje
see Eigengut/Odessa
Akkermann
Kalai
Alexandrowskij
1880
1860
E
E
E
Jelizawet
Choroschewsk
Klöstitz (1904)/
Eigenfeld (1939)
Hochheim
Taganrog
aka Nadejdea and Nadeshda;
population 688 in 1939
aka Totanai
aka Kolonka, Eugenfeld
Josephstal
Ludwistal
aka Weseloje
see Orlinskaja
Choroschewskoje
Nataljewka
1874
E
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
1868
E
Hoffnungstal
aka Sachanskoje; population
226 in 1919
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Sagradowk
a/Kronau
1869/1870
E
Kronau
aka Suworowka (Nr. 9/Nr1?)
1867
1868
1906
E
E
E
Neu Freudental
Jeisk
aka Wolkowo; population
479 in 1926
aka Wannowskoje
aka Jermaschli
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
Eigenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Eigenfeld (Totanai)
Crimea/Taurida
Eigengrund
Eigengut
Eigengut
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
61
Founded
Elisabethgrad
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Eigengut
District
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Eichwald
Eidengut
Eigendorf
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Eigenfeld
Region
Bessarabia
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR/
Antono Kodinzowo
Krapotkin
Dshankoi
Hochheim
aka Totanaj/Wol ost
Totanaj/Post Kolaj
German Colonies of
Hochheim
K
K
Netschajansk
Akkermann
1895
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kronau
Til. Beresan
Eigenheim (1905)
/Andrejewka (1939)
aka Petrowka/Wolost
Nowosofijewka
Balabitino
aka Eidengut
aka Schimke Chutor, Simche
Catun; population 56 in
1939; defunct by 1995
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Akkermann
Charzisk
Zaliwnoje
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Eigenheim
Eigental
Eigental
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Tamaza-Tjube
Eigental
Eigental
Einfeld
Einigkeit
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Einlage
Einsiedel
Einsiedel
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Einsingen
Ekaterinowka
Ekaterinowka
Ekibasch
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Ekibasch
Ekibash
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ekibash
Ekmantz
Elenowka
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
62
Founded
Religion
Parish
1861
1879
E
E
Eigenheim (1905)
/Andrejewka (1939)
Taganrog
Prischib
Stepnoje
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Seljaonowka; population
572 in 1939
aka Nowo-Alexandrowka
aka Listowka
aka Zeljenopole
E
1900
1902
aka Nowo-Nikolajewka, TataJurt
E
Aleksandrowsk
Prischib
see Balabanofsfeld
aka Nowotschinnoje
see Sorotschino, Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Kronau
1870
E
Kronau
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Marxstadt
Lemberg
Lemberg
1785
1785
E
M
Dornfeld
Kiernica-Lemberg
Rawa Ruska
1783
E
Reichau
Alexandrowka
Sarabus
1889
1890
M
E
Byten
Simpferopol
Kambar
Neusatz
see Kitschkas, Rayon
Chortitza
Records started 1788
Church records start 1788,
aka Ainsingen
see Weizendorf
Wolost Kambar/Post Bijuk
Onlar and Kurman
Kemeltschi
1890
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Straßenfeld/Odessa
aka Jelenowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Elgery Ablam
Elgery Kaspir
Elgery Montonaj
Elgery Tschutscha
Elingerbrunn
Elisabethal
Elisabethdorf
Elisabethdorf
Elisabethdorf
Elisabethdorf
Elisabethdorf
Elisabethfeld
Elisabethfeld
Elisabethort
Elisabethpol
Elisabethpol
Elisabethpol
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Georgia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
South Caucaus
Elisabethtal
Elisabethtal
Elisabethtal
Elisabethtal
Elisabethtal
Elisawetinka
Elisawetowka
Elisawetpol
Elkedshi Elly
Elkeri Ablam
Elowka
Elsass
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
South Caucaus
Kharkow
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
63
District
Founded
Religion
Simpferopol
Neusatz
Elisabethal
1818
Lugwigstal
Ludwigstal
Mariupol
1825
Militopol
Schischkan-Kulj
Polonnoje
Romanowka
Parish
Ludwigstal
E
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Ablam, and Trech
Ablam
see Ilgeri Kasporju
see Ilgery Montonaj
see Annenfeld
see Sarybasch
aka Jelizawetpolje
aka Elisabethtal
see Elisabethpol
aka Staraja Ekonomija
1894
1884
E
M
Shitomir
aka Jelisawetinka
aka Elisabethdorf
Josephstal
Elisabethtal
Gnadenfeld
Gruenfeld
Alexandrowka
1817
1823
1914
1889
Leninsk
Eupatoria
1890
E
E
E
E
E
E
Asureti
Zuerichtal
Byten
aka Tschernoglazowka/Post
Sinelnikowo
see Elisabethdorf
Defunct after 1917
aka Asureti
aka Jelizawetowka
aka Elisabethal
see Jelisawetpol
aka Dirkedschell
see Jelewka
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Village Name
Elsass
Emaus
Emilewka
Emilianowka
Emiljanowka, Chutor
Emiljanowka, Chutor
Emilowka
Emilowka
Emiltschin
Emmental
Emmental
Emmental
Endera
Enders
Engel Chutor
Engel Chutor
Engels
Engelsberg
Engelsbrunn
Engelsdorf
Engles
Enns, Chutor
Ensslen Chutor
Ensslen Müller Chutor
64
Ukrainian Name
Shcherbanka
Stara Emetivka
Region
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
District
Kutschugan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/ Mannheim
Potijewka
Chabnoje
Tamaza-Tjube
Omsk
Gorodniza
Wolodarsk
Emiltschin
Founded
1808
1910
Religion
K
E
E
E
M
E
E
E
Parish
Heimthal
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schtscherbanka,
Tscherbanka; 1859 has 151
houses; population 1,967 in
1943
Defunct after 1918
aka Emiljewka
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
Emiltschin
Bessarabia
Bender
1886
K
Kischinew
aka Emental and
Pervomaisc; population 790
in 1939
Bessarabia
Bender
1886
E
Leipzig
aka Emental and Pervomaisc
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
North Siberia
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
K
aka Alt-Emetowka
aka Ust-Karaman
aka Isbaschka
aka Repljachowo
see Pokrowsk
Records started in 1784
see Angelowka
see Angelowka
Marxstadt
Beresan
Beresan
1765
E
Dolina
1811
E
Omsk
1910
M
Akkermann
Akkermann
1920
1889
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
UgartsthaL
Posttal
aka Mosia Ensslen and
Faraoni; population 4 in
1939
Eigenfeld
aka Negrowo-Ensslen, Cat.
Neagra, Negrova Mosia and
Negrowo
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Ensslen Negrowo
Entscheidung
Epp Chutor
Epp Chutor
Erasmowka
Eristow
Erlenbach
Erlenbach
Ernestinendorf
Ernsdorf
Bessarabia
Volga
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Ernsdorf
Ernstdorf
Erochim
Eschental
Esen Bak Ischun
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see NegrowoEnsslen/Bessarabia
Mariental
M
see Iwanowka
Shitomir
1852
E
E
E
Bobrka
1785
K
Bobrka
see Beckersdorf
aka Ernstdorf, Sarniki
Galicia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Sandez
Bobrka
1784
1785
K
K
Laczko & Czarny
Potek
Bobrka
aka Szczerez
aka Ernsdorf, Sarniki
E
M
Taganrog
Karasan
Esen Bak Ischun
Esen Eki
Eski Koj
Essen Eki
Essen Elly
Essig Chutor
Esslinger
Esslinger
Esslinger Chutor
Esten
Etiup
Etjup
Ettingerbrunn
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Zuerichtal
Ettingerfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Etuep
St. Petersburg
65
Marchlewsk
Prochladnaja
Kamenka
Fedorowka
Golodajewka
Simpferopol
Zuerichtal
aka Remennaja
aka Berestowa
Post Bijuk Onlar and Kurman
Kemeltschi
Post Itschki
Kreis Feodosija
1868
Beresan
Beresan
Beresan
E
E
see Ossinowka/Odessa
north of Nikolajewka II
south of Nikolajewka II
aka Nikolajewka
see Kontschi-Schawa
see Etuep
see Etuep
see Buzaw Aktatschi
E
E
E
Josephstal
1811
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Nikolajewka, Wolost
Wasilkowo
Settled by emigrants from
Iswar; aka Etiup, Etjup
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Village Name
Etup
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Volga
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1812
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
aka Jewgenjewka
aka Adrianowka
Etzel, Chutor
Eugenewka
Eugenfeld
Orenburg
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
South of Orenburg
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Eugenfeld
Eugenfeld
Evental
Faas Chutor
Faas Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Eugenfeld
Fedorowka
Baraschi
Hoffnungstal
Akkermann
Fabrikerwiese
Fachrie
Fahlmann, Chutor
Falkenberg
Crimea/Taurida
Dobrudscha
North Caucasus
Galicia
Falkenstein
Falkenstein
Falkenstein
Fallbrunn
Falz Fein
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Faraoni
Bessarabia
see Ensslen
Chutor/Bessarabia
St. Petersburg
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka; aka
Kirchdorf, --- Porzellan
Farforowka
Farschnaw
Faserfeld
Fass Chutor
Fassowaja Rudnja
Faulengraben
66
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1848
E
Eugenfeld
E
E
E
Heimthal
1892
1907
Halbstadt
Konstanza
1826
1876
M
E
Dobromil
1783
K
Falkenberg
Lemberg
Lemberg
1783
1783
E
M
Dornfeld
Kiernica-Lemberg
1910
Posttal
aka Jewfeniewka
population of 41 in 1911
population of 4 in 1939
aka Pripianoje/ Kreis
Berdjansk
Romanian name: Fáclia
E
1865
aka Kisclewo, Nowyj Numer,
Eichenfeld/Kreis Melitopol
E
aka Nikonkowice, records
started 1788
aka Nikonkowice
see Beckersdorf
see Padew Kolonia
aka Tschirik
see Fuerstenau, Okrug
Melitopol
see Vaatz Chutor
Post Mardarowka
Wolodarsk
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
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Village Name
Faulengraben
Faustinsdorf
Federowka
Federowka
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Kharkow
Volhynia
District
Founded
Religion
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Shitomir
see Killmannsfeld
see Feodorowka
see Feodorowka
Wolodarsk
E
Heimthal
see Feodorowka, Okrug
Lugansk
Fedorowka
Fedotowka
Fedulowka
Fehlbach
Feist, Chutor
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Se-Perwomaiskoje
Felixdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
1930
K
Felizienthal
Felsenbach
Felsenbach
Felsenberg
Felsenbrunn
Felsenburg
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Skole
1835
K
Klimiec
Simpferopol
Beresan
1880
E
Byten
Felsenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Jelanez
1860
K
Christina
aka Welidarowka;
population 427 in 1941-1943
Felsendorf
Galicia
Cieszanow
1783
E
Reichau
Records started 1788; aka
Opaka
Felsengut
Felsental
Felsental
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
1883
1878
E
E
Kronau
Rosenfeld
Felsental
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
E
Neusatz
Tag.-Jeisk
Taganrog
67
see Schulz Ch.
Jaworow
Michailowka/
Michajilowka
1783
K
E
Fehlbach
Defunct after 1 918
aka Kostakow
Berdjansk
After 1848, parish was
Felizienthal
see Felsental
, Wolost Nowosofiewka
aka Agjar-Dschiren
aka Kalinowka?
aka Suchinowo
aka Solnzewo
aka Reimer
aka Skalistyj/Post Halbstadt
Charzisk
DoKosaken
1887
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Wolost Troicko Charcyhzak
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Village Name
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Feodorowka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Feodorowka
Feodorowka Nr. 7
Feodorowskij
Feodosia-Herzaenberg
Feodosija
Feodossia
Fere Champenoise I
Fere Champenoise II
Fernheim
Fernheim
Orenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Fernheim
Fernheim Nr. 54
Fersampenuaz Mic
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Bessarabia
Festerowka
Feuer
Fidlerowka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Fidlerowo
Filonowka
Fink
Fink S. A
Finkenheim
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Volga
68
District
NowAjdarsk
Founded
Religion
Charkow
1892
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Fjodorowka, Fedorowka
see Freidorf
M
Neusatz
see Rosalienfeld
Gorodniza
Lugansk
North of Orenburg
Aleksandrowsk
E
1897
M
1804/05
E
Emiltschin
aka Fedorowka
Rostow
aka Fjodorowka, Fedorowka
/ Rayon Iwanowka
aka Burlackij
see Herzenberg
Zurichtal City
see Alt-Elft/Bessarabia
see Neu-Elft/Bessarabia
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
Feodosia
Slawgorod
1881
1880
M
E
Wolost Zuerichtal/Post
Itachki
1911
M
see Neu Elft/Bessarabia
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Elsaß
see Otesch
see Hubenfeld
E
Fedorowka
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Hubenfeld, Wysokopolje
see Philonsdorf
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Fischau
Fischer
Fischer, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Caucasus
Halbstadt
Marxstadt
Fischer-Franz Chutor
Fischer-Franzen
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan
Kutschurgan
Fischersdorf
Fisher Franzen
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Rayon Karl Marx /
Wolost Josifowka /
Kreis Nowomoskowsk
Kutschurgan
Fix
Fjodorowka
Fjodorowka
Fjodorowka
Fjodorowka
Fjodorowka
Fjororowka
Fl. Gaschon
Fl. Gross Wetjolka
Flaig Chutor
Flehberg
Fleischhauer, Chutor
Flemmer, Chutor
Florowka
Fokin
Folmer
Fominka
Fondi, Chutor
Frank
Kherson/Odessa
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Frank
Franke Chutor
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
69
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Founded
1804
1765
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
E
aka Rownopolje/ Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Teljausa
K
K
aka Franz Chutor; by
settlement Stepanowka
by settlement Diminski
Josephestal
see Ruebalsk/Rybalsk
see Köhler-StraußFix/Odessa
see Feodorowka
see Freidorf/Odessa
Om-Ljubinsk
Om-Moskalenki
Okrug Lugansk
K
see Feodorowka
K
Sewerinowka
see Leninberg
see Neu-Urbach
Ismail
Kolomea
1842
1902
Om-Atschairsk
Pulin
Om-Kornilowsk
Semipalatinsk
Beresan (North)
Frank
Odessa
E
K
E
Arzis
Kolomea-Mariahilf
E
Shitomir
Rynowka
Defunct after 1918
Settled by Volga Germans
E
1767
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Medwedizkoi -Krestowoi
Bujerak
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Village Name
Franker, Chutor
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Frank
Frankfurt
Frankfurt
Frankreich
Franz
Franz Chutor
Franzdorf
Franzenheim
Franzfeld
Franzfeld
St. Petersburg
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Jamburg
Jamburg region
Pallasowka
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Marxstadt
Bulganak
Simpferopol
Franzfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Rayon Chortitza/Post
Nikolajpol
see Warwarowka
Grossliebental/
Mariinskoje
aka Michailowka, Karagoli,
Nadlimanskoje; population
690 in 1919 and 1,013 in
1943
Franzfeld
Franzfeld
Franzosen
Franztal
Franztal
Freiberg
Freiberg
70
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
1767
1767
1861
E
Jamburg
Settled by emigrants from
Bayr. Pfalz, Schwaben,
Preussen, HessenDarmstadt
E
see Fischer-Franz Chutor
Simpferopol
Balzer
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Gnadenfeld
Molotschna
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR
Friedrich Engels
Hoffnungstal
1897
1897
1805-1809
1765
1820
1925
aka Dortkul
M
K
Franzfeld
E/K
aka Dortkul/Wolost
Bulganak/Post Simferopol
and Bachtschisaraj
aka Rossostschi, Rossoshi
M
aka Baschtanowk a/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Freudental ?
Hoffnungstal
aka Kagarlyk Chutor,
Katarlyk; population 91 in
1905 and 157 in 1926
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko/
Kalinowka/Ponjatowk
a
Freidorf
Freidorf
Freifeld
Freifeld
Freiheit
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Volga
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Mariental
Ambrosiewka
Cieszanow
Mariental
Freiland
Freinwald
Frelikow
Fresenheim
Fresental
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Freudenberg
Freidorf
Founded
1888
Religion
E
1920
1783
E
K
1861
1849
E
M
E
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko/
Zebrikowa
1927
E/K
Freudenfeld
Freudenfeld
Freudental
Freudental
Freudental
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Georgia
Akkermann
Tamaza-Tjube
Feodosia
Alexandrowsk
Marienfeld
1879
E
E
E
S
Freudental
Freudental
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
71
Myrne
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Freudental
aka Fjodorowka; founding
families from
Grossliebental; population
315 in 1905 and 415 in 1926
Cieszanow
aka Kiseljewka
aka Treufeld
aka Schimanowka, SchützenChutor, Tschubowka
see Adamowka
K
Ts-Troitzk
Seelmann
Mariental
Freudental
Freudental
Village History
E
Petrowerowsk
1849
1890
1847
Beresan
Grossliebental/
TscherwonoPowstansch/
Nikolajewskoje
Parish
aka Katzalabowka
Eigenfeld
Zuerichtal
Ostheim
aka Jegorowka Nr. 12 / Post
Lukaschewo
aka Beresowka Chutor
E
1805
1915
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
population 10 in 1939;
Faraonowka in 1995
aka Ostrachowka
aka Okretsch
aka Logenchutor
Freudental
Muchwani
aka Klein Freudental, Alt
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f Freudental, Nikolajewskoje
collections/history/link/fr orums/viewtopic.php? , Mirnoje; population 785 in
eudtal.txt
f=15&t=25
1825 and 1,414 in 1926
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Village Name
Freudental
Ukrainian Name
Region
South Caucaus
Freudental
Freudental Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Freudental, Chutor
Friedenberg
Friedendorf
Friedenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
District
Marienfeld
Founded
Religion
1847
E
Feodosia
Berjesowsk
Seelmann
Krasny-Kut
Matw.-Kurgan
Parish
Sagaredsho
Zuerichtal
1860
E
E
E
Rayon Nowo Niko
lajewka/Wolost
Zaliwnoje/Kreis
Alcksandrowak
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Abus-Tuman, Jammertal
aka Okretsch / Kreis
Feodosija/Post Itschki/Post
Zuerichtal
population 28 in 1926
Rayon Berezowka /Post Neu
Freudental
aka Mirnoje
Rynowka
Friedenfeld
Friedenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Friedenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Jewgeniewka
Friedenfeld
Friedenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Taras Schewtschenko
Stepnoje
1906
E
Friedenfeld
Volga
Krasny-Kut
1855
E
aka Berutschik,
Komsomolskoje
1876
E
aka Wygoda-Deutsch;
founding fam. from
Freudental, Liebental
district; population 382 in
1926
T. Schewtschenko
Prishib
1887
E
aka Silowka/Zillinka/Rayon
Taras Schewtschenko
aka Silowka/Zillekowka;
population 318 in 1926
Friedenheim
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/
Nikolajewskoje
Friedenheim
Friedenheim
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Beresan
Seelmann
1926
K
E
Friedensdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Jelanez
1830
K/E
72
see Tersanka
Zillekowa
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Freudental
aka Belajewka; population
232 in 1941
Christina?
aka Michailowka; population
204 in 1941-1943
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Village Name
Friedensdorf
Friedensdorf
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
District
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
Founded
1872
Religion
K/E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Lubanko, Lubin,
Lubjanka, Zaregol;
population 116 in 1926
Worms
/Johannestal
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/fri
edens.txt
aka Kornilowka, Kriwoj
Numer/Kreis
Berdjansk/Rayon
Molotschansk
aka Frisowka
aka Mirnaja
Friedensdorf
Friedensdorf
Friedensdorf
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volhynia
Gnadenfeld
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Baranowka
1824
Friedensfeld
Friedensfeld
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Akkermann
DoKosaken
1879
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost
Loschkarowka/Post
Nikopol and Zaliwnoje
see Miropol
Friedensfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/Orloff
1872
M
aka Nr. 3/Mirowka; 69
houses in 1918; population
565 in 1942
Friedensfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
/Jewgenjewka
1887
E
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/
Netschajansk
Se-Wolodarsk
Sl-Snamenka
Chasaw-Jurt
Armawir
Friedensfeld
Friedensfeld
Friedensfeld
Friedensfeld
Friedensheim
Friedensrecht
Friedensruh
Friedensruh
73
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
NowNikolajewka
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1909
M
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
E
Sarata (1905)/
Eigenfeld (1939)
Nikolajfeld/Orloff
aka Zillekowa; population
314 in 1926
population 112 in 1914
aka Sofiewka
aka Mirnoje
K
M
M
E
Prishib
1902
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Mirnopolije; population
674 in 1939
Post Rowenkij
aka Mirnyj Pokej/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk/ Okrug
Zaporoshje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Crimea/Taurida
Alt Samaraara
Friedensruhe
Friedenstal
Friedenstal
Region
Myrnopillia
Bessarabia
Friedenstal
Friedenstal
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Friedenstal
Friedenstal
Friedenstal
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
District
Gnadenfeld
Melekes
Akkermann
Glückstal/ (Okujansk)
/Malojesch
Nikolajew
Se-Borodulicha
Se-Lokotj
Founded
1857
1834
1896
1896
1900
Religion
Parish
Village History
E
E
Remarks
aka Malachowka/ Kreis
Berdjansk/Rayon
Molotschansk/Okrug
Melitopol
M
E
Village
Profile/Info.
Arzis
Bergdorf
Okujansk
http://www.odessa3.org/
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edtal.txt
aka Mirnopolije/Nr. 13; 135
houses in 1859; population
987 in 1858 and 2,149 in
1939
aka Trechgrady, Trechgrad,
Trigrad; population 610 in
1919
Trigrady
E
aka Schellenberg;
population 200 in 1919
aka Sosnowka
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Friedenstal
Orenburg
South of Orenburg
E
Friedenstal
Volhynia
Pulin
E
Friedenstal ( feld)
North Siberia
Om-Sosnowka
E
aka Mirnaja Dolina, settled
by Volga Germans
1804/6
1804
E
aka Mambet Adahi,
Japundsha,
Dshamitschi/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Bijuk Onlar
aka Chan-Tokus
1805
1876
E
E
E
Friedenstein
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
74
Kurortne
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Suja
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Neusatz
Neusatz
aka Friedental- Dombrowo,
Mirnaja-Dombrowo, Mirnoje
German Colonies of Neusatz
Charkow
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Friedental
St. Petersburg
District
Saliwnoje/Zaliwnojo
Aleksandrowsk
Nowoastrachan
Armawir
Stepnoje
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Kamenka
Pallasowka
Seelmann
Friedrichsdorf
Friedrichsdorf
Bessarabia
Galicia
Ismail
Friedrichsfeld
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Don Gebiet
Friedrichsfeld
Friedrichsfeld
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Friedrichsfeld
Friedrichstal
75
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
1843
Religion
E
Parish
Prishib
Charkow
1876
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Mirowka /Kreis
Aleksandrowsk/Rayon Nowo
Nikolajewka
aka Cwetnaja
Post Nowo Astra chan
E
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental
Friedental Dombrowo
Friedorf
Friedrichfeld
Friedrichsfeld
Founded
aka Mirnoje
1922
E
1819
E
Prischib
Neusatz
aka Kantakusowa /Wolost
and Post Suja/Kreis
Simferopol
aka Tarlyk
see Friedenstal
see Montanai
aka Tschokrak
1819
E
E
1906
E
Byten
1911
E
Arzis
E
Klöstitz
aka Bodamer Chutor (by
Weselaja Dolina in 1995)
Rosenfeld
aka Klatrenchutor,
Ternowka / Kreis
Taganrog/Gebiet der Don
Kosaken
Ostheim
Winodelnoje
Settled by emigrants from
Herzogtum Berg
E
1902
1885
1812
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Regele Ferdinand I and
Nowo Nikoljewka
see Bedrykowce
aka Kortaschowo ,
Priessechutor
Stawropol
Hochswtaedt
aka Schirokoje, Kriwoj
Numer/Wolost and Post
Prischib
see Neu-Lezy
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Friedrichstal
Friedrichstal
Friedrichstal
Friedrichstal
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Don Kosaken
Friedrichswalde
Friesenhof
Volhynia
North Siberia
Gouv. Kiew
Friesenow
Friesental
Frische Quelle
Frisowka
Fritzen-Chutor
Fritzendorf
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Ak-Trudowaja
Semipalatinsk
Founded
Religion
Parish
E
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
E
Radomysl
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Dolinskaja/ Kreis
Taganrog
aka Tizenchutor, Jost
Aleksandrowsk
Beresan
1889
aka Ossikowo; d efunct after
1914
see Friesenow
aka Friesenhof, Perfiljewka
M
E
see Koscharka/Odessa
see Friedensdorf
Kamenka
Kamenka
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka. aka
Patkanowo or Wessiolyj
poselok
Froehliche Kolonie
St. Petersburg
Fromandirowka
Frosental
Fruedental
Fruehling
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Lugansk
Tamaza-Tjube
Mariental
E
Frumuschika
Fuchs
Fuchs
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Volga
Akkermann
Om-Moskalenki
Mariental
E
M
Eigenfeld
Fuchs Chutor
Fuchs Chutor
Fuchs Chutor
Fuerstenau
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Akkermann
Akkermann
1912
Posttal
Sarata
Bochnia
1783
E
E
E
E
76
Village History
1880
E
Rostow
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu Gawlow
Rayon Iwanowka/ Kreis
Slawjanoserbak
aka Nowolipowka
aka Ostrachowka
aka Frumusica and
Staroselje
aka Balabanka; population 4
in 1939
Defunct after 1 918
aka Ksiaznice
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Village Name
Fuerstenau
Fuerstendorf
Fuerstendorf
Fuerstenfeld
Fuerstenfeld
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Fuerstenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Fuerstenfeld (Mamut)
Fuerstenfeld Nr 5
Fuerstenhof
Fuerstenort
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Fuerstenstein
Fuerstenstein
Fuerstental
Fuerstental
Fuerstental
Alt Samaraara
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Fuerstenwerder
Fuhrmann
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Fukhari-Djamen
Crimea/Taurida
Fundu Sarazika
Fundukly
Fürstenfeld I
77
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
District
Founded
Halbstadt
1806
Plushnoje
Dshankoi
Kronau
1884
1870
Religion
M
M
E
E
E
Dshankoi
Kronau
1889
Melekes
Kronau
1864
1864
1870
1889
Plushnoje
Halbstadt
Ak-Trudowaja
1821
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Dolinka,
Farschnaw/Wolost
Halbstadt/Kreis Berdjansk
Rowno
Schoenbrunn
Kronau
aka Lesnaja, Siwer
aka Mamut
aka Knjazewka
Hochheim
aka Mamut/Wolost
Bogemka/Post Tagansch and
Dshankoj
Kronau
German Colonies of
Hochheim
aka Ljubomirowka
E
E
E
E
E
E
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien & Kaschubia
Rowno
aka Kustarnaja
aka Poworotnoje / Kreis
Berdjansk/Rayon
Molotschansk
aka Wolf Chutor
M
E
German Colonies of Neusatz
Kahul
Simpferopol
Kahul
1892
1810
1895
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu-Sarata
Neusatz
Neu-Sarata
aka Fundu Saratica and
Tomaiul Nou; population 140
in 1939
aka Cneazevca I and
Cneazeva; population 358 in
1939
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Religion
Fürstenfeld II
Gaberowka
Gabon
Gaborowka
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Gadirim
Gaeckle Chutor
Gaiersgarten
Gaj
Gaje
Galicia
Galinowskij
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Galka
Volga
Kamenka
1764
E
Galka
Galow Nowy
Galyschewo
Gammer, Chutor
Gandeha Kirovabad
Gandzha Region
Gang
Gardegal Chutor
Garkunowskaja
Gartenfeld
Gartogei
Gascher
Gaschon
Gashon
Gassendorf
Gassert Roduner
Gatschina
Gattung
Volga
Galicia
Ufa
North Siberia
South Caucaus
South Caucaus
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Bessarabia
St. Petersburg
Volga
Kamenka
1764
E
Dawlekanowo
Om-Ljubinsk
1894
M
78
Kahul
Pulin
Founded
1911
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Akkermann
Unterwalden
E
E
E
Parish
Neu-Sarata
Shitomir
Klöstitz
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Cneazevca I I and
Cneazeva; population 479 in
1939
aka Gaborowka
see Deutsch Gabon
see Gaberowka
aka Gedrimowka; population
11 in 1926
aka Truptscha
see Hutweide
see Hutweide
Se-Perwomaiskoje
aka Meierhoefer , UstKulanlinka
Meierhoefer/Ust -Kulanlinka
see Neu Gawlow
see Elisabethpol
Unterwalden
Beresan
Se-Schemonojewsk
Minwodsk
1892
K
München
E
Pjatigorsk
see Kuhnersdorf/Odessa
see Schönfeld/Odessa
see Hussenbach
Drohobycz
Petersburg
Fedorowka
1784
E
Brigidau
E
K
Gatschina (1789)
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Records started 1786
see Roduner-Gut
Russian city with Germans
Stepanowka
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Village Name
Gattung
Gattung
Gattung
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Volga
District
Marxstadt
Fedorowka
Marxstadt
Founded
Religion
1767
K
K
K
1767
Gautscheschty
Gedrimowka
Geibel
Gelenowka
Gelsendorf
Genrikowka
Geogiewka
Georgental
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Georgental
Georgiewka
Georgijewka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Georgsburg
Georgsfeld
Georgspol
Georgstal
Jekaterinoslaw
South Caucaus
Jekaterinoslaw
Georgia
Zaporoshje
Annenfeld
1885
Georgstal
1910
Georgstal
Jekaterinoslaw
Wasiljewka
Georgstal
Georgstal
Georgstal
Georgstal
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
South Caucaus
Georgstal
Crimea/Taurida
79
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Zug/Maruenskoje
aka Stepanowka
aka Maruenskoje , Zug
market town/leased
settlement; population 57 in
1904
see Gadirim/Odessa
E
Kischinew
1786
E
Gelsendorf
see Helenowka
Records started 1810
see Henrikowka
1858
K
Fr. Engels
Sekretarka
1857/1858
K
Fedorowka
Stryj
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/ Mannheim
Okrug
Zaporoshje/Rayon &
Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Saporohje
Snamenowskoje
W. Rogatschik
aka Sekretarka; population
368 in 1926
see Biberstein
see Mariental/Odessa
aka Dudnikowo/Rayon
Sherenec/Post Lukaschewo
aka Leninfeld
E
1892
1910
M
E
E
1864
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Josephstal
aka Bereznewatoje/Post
Chortitza
Prischib
see Nikolaipol
aka Nikolaipol
Tiflis
aka Grossfuerstenland/Kreis
Melitopol
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Geraldowka
Gerasimenko
Gerassimowka
Gerassimowskoje
Gerbel
Gerber Chutor
Gerbrandt, Chutor
Gerhardshof
Gerhardstal
Gerhardstal
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Ufa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Gerhardstal
Gerke, Chutor
Gerling Chutor
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Gernfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Tabuldi
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Haraldowka
Jekaterinodar
Om-Sosnowka
Se-Proletarskaja
Pallasowka
Hoffnungstal
Om-Petropawlowka
Bulogowka
Nowoporowsk
Gerstenberger Chutor
Getmanzy
Gieck Chutor
Giedlerowa
Gillerowo
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Akkermann
Gillershof
Galicia
Lancut
Girowka
Glarus
Gliboko
Glinik Niemiecki
Glinjanaja
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Glinka
Glinnaja
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
80
Founded
aka Nowo-lwanowka
E
M
1894
1893
1861
1907
E
M
K
E
Josephstal
aka Grigorjewka
Gruental
Posttal
aka Smudowo/Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Defunct after 1918
population 5 in 1939
aka Gernfeld Byten,
Kirmatschi/Post Suja
1783
E
K
Klöstitz/Sarata
R
Koenigsberg
listed as two separate
chutors but they are
probably one in the same
see Straßenfeld/Odessa
see Ossinowka/Odessa
see Gillershof
see Gillershof
aka Giedlerowa, Gillerowo ,
parish records started 1784
see Hoffnungstal/Nikolajew
see Biberstein
Rudenowka
1889
E
see Deutsch Glinik
see Karlowka
Stryj
1885
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Gelsendorf
Records started 1810; after
1899 parish was Stryj
see Glückstal/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Glitzricher Chutor
Gljaden Nr. 1
Gljaden Nr. 2
Gljaden Nr. 3
Gljaden Nr. 4
Glückstal
Glückstal
Gmelinka
Gnadau
Gnadenberg
Gnadenberg
Gnadenburg
Gnadendamm
Gnadendorf
Gnadendorf
81
Blahodatne
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
1923
E
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1907
M
aka Lichtfelde
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1908
M
aka Ebenfeld
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1908
M
aka Iwanowka
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1908
M
aka Slutschajnoje
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1907
M
Bessarabia
Glückstal
District
aka F. J. Keller Chutor,
Perepletowka, Perpletowka
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Gljaden Nr. 5
Gljupaski
Glubokaja
Gluchow
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Region
see Hohenfeld
see Tiefenbrunn
see Philonsdorf
Soroka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Glückstal
Baranowka
Gmelinka
Medwedowskaja
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
1929
E
Kischinew
1805-1809
E
E
Glückstal
Shitomir
1871
1884
1879
1882
E
E
E
E
Jekaterinodar
Mariental
Minusinsk
Mariental
1912
1859
E
E
Akkermann
Feodorowka
1881
1883
E
S
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Valea Norocului and
Valea Norocului; population
212 in 1939
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/gl
ukstal.txt
aka Ginnaja/Glinoje;
population 618 in 1809 and
1,850 in 1919
aka Bubno, Bubny
aka Dolinowka
Ssuchum
aka Nikolajewka
Klöstitz (1904)/
Eigenfeld(1939)
Ostheim
aka Blagodatnoje;
population 735 in 1939
aka Obolonskoje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Gnadenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld
Gnadenfeld Nr. 2
Gnadenflur
Gnadenheim
Gnadenheim
Gnadenheim
Gnadenmoor
Gnadenreich
82
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Ufa
Volga
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
District
Beresan
(Petrowerowsk)/
Demidowo
Founded
Religion
1857
E
Orloff/Orlow
Kurskoij
Stepnoje
1877
1910
E
E
E
Sl-Snamenka
Taschkent
To-Lokotj
1908
1882
M
M
Gnadenfeld
Krasny-Kut
Nowosjelowka
Fedorowka
Akkermann
Sl-Snamenka
Halbstadt
Krasny-Kut
Akmolensk
1835
1855
1906
1850
1909
1908
1821
1855
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Naitowo, Neikowka,
Neugeweh, Neuhof;
founding fam. From
Grossliebental Gebiet;
population 724 in 1926
Neu Freudental
aka Blagodatnoje/Rayon
Kronau/Post Tiege
aka Eben-Ezer
see Dolinskoje
aka Uglowoje
aka Wladimirowka
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/g
nadenf.txt
M
E
E
aka Bogdanowka, Kantwo,
Tcheterechrjadnyj
Numer/Kreis Berdjansk
aka Moor
aka Klutschi
E
E
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region; aka
Nikolaital, Nowo-Nikolsk,
Nowo-Nikolajewka
aka Perwomaiskoje
E
M
aka Semsotka, Brancoveanu
and Semisotka; population
49 in 1939
aka Redkaja Dubrowo
M
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Klöstitz
aka Tschokrak/Kreis
Berdjansk/Rayon
Molotschansk/Okrug
Melitopol
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Gnadental
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1830
E
Gnadental
Gnadental
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Marianowka
Taschkent
1871
1882
M
M
Gnadental
Gnadental
Gnadental Nr. 54
Gnadentau
Gnadentau
Gnidau
Gniluschka
Goebel
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Gnadenfeld
Wolodarsk
Sl-Tas-Kuduk
Seelmann
Seelman
1863
1911
1860
1860
M
E
M
K
K
Kamenka
1767
K
Goettland
Jekaterinoslaw
Mariupol
Goettland
Goetz Chutor
Gofmanowka
Golaja Sopka
Goldendorf
Goldstein
Golenkij
Jekaterinoslaw
Bessarabia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Goleschau
Goleszow Kolonia
Golicinowka
Golkowice Niemieckie
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Goll Chutor
Gololobowka
83
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Parish
Gnadental
E
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/g
nadntal.txt
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Dolinowka
aka Wodjanaja / Rayon
Sofijewka/Okrug Kriwoj Rog
aka Andrejewka
Heimthal
aka Darowka/Ray on
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Bobrizkaja, Buda
aka Star Poltawka
aka Ust-Grjasnucha
Ludwigstal
Akkermann
Village History
Ludwigstal
Klöstitz
aka Marjanowka/ Post
Romanowka
aka Marjanowka/ Post
Romanowka, see
Marianowka
see Hofmanowka
Ts-Ust-Uiskij
see Güldendorf/Odessa
see Holstein
see Annowka
Mielec
1853
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Records started 1823; aka
Goleszow Kolonia
see Goleschau
see Deutsch Golkowitz
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
E
Worms/
Johannestal
Rostow
Baraschi
E
Heimthal
Jarun
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Gotta, population 155 in
1905
Kreis Slawjanoserbak
see Balzer
aka Honorin
see Durlach
aka Horbascha
see Grenzkolonie
Post Uspenowka
Golta
Golubowka
Golyj Karamysch
Gonorin
Gontscharskij
Gorbascha
Gorelowo
Gorkaja
Gorkaja Balka
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Novgorod
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Gorochowka
Gorochowo
Gorodeckaja
Gorodischtsche
Gorodischtsche
Gorodok
Gorodok
Kharkow
Kharkow
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Irjum
Gorodok
Gorodok
Gorschtschik
Gortschakowo
Tschernigew
Volga
Volhynia
Ufa
Konotop
Belowesch
Gottliebsdorf
Grabenheim
Volhynia
Volga
Emiltschin
Mariental
E
Emiltschin
aka Bogoljubowka,
Bogolobowka
Grabow
Volhynia
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Arnold Rose,
Backnang
aka Heintal
Grabow
Grabow, Chutor
Grabowce
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Grabowiec Stryjski
Galicia
84
1905
Charkow
Rayon Lozowenko /Post
Barwenkowo
E
see Landwald
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
see Horodischtsche
Belowesh Colonies
1766
E
see Neustadt
Belowesch
Rayon Dmitrowka /Post
Grigorowka
E
see Horschtschik
Dawlekanowo
1894
M
aka Heimtal, Arnold Rose,
Backnang, Langwasen
see Kraje Ch.
see Grabowiec Stryjski
Stryj
1830
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Gelsendorf
After 1899, parish was Stryj;
aka Grabowce
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Gradowka
Gradowka
Graf
Grafskaja Kolonka
Grailich
Granidub
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Volhynia
Granitowskoje
Granitschnoje
North Siberia
North Siberia
Grashdanka
Gratz
Grekowo
St. Petersburg
Volga
Don Gebiet
Grekowo
Grekowo
Grekowo Jelizawetowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
District
Mariental
Founded
1766
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schardt Chu tor/Post
Mostowojo
see Schardt Chutor/Odessa
aka Krutojarowka
see Koenigsberg
K
Om-Issil-Kulj
Pulin
K
E
AkKommunistitscheskaja
Slawgorod
E
Settled by Volga Germans
E
Settled by emigrants from
Kolpino, St.-Rogatka
see Basel
1830
Troitzko Charz.
E
Hoffungstal/ Kotowsk
E
E
Heimthal
Hoffnungstal
aka Alexanderdorf
leased colony; population 15
in 1904 and 54 in 1919
see Reinfeld
Grenzkolonie
Gretschinnaja Luka
Grgoripoliskaja
Gribanowka
Griebs Chutor
Griese Chutor
Novgorod
Volga
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Grigoriopol
Grigorjewka
Grigorjewka
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Glückstal
Gawrilowka
1890
Grigorjewka
Grigorjewka
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Barwenkowo
1890
85
Religion
1834
E
Nowgorod
Om-Borissowsk
Matw.-Kurgan
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka, Kipen,
Ishora, Strelna; aka
Gorelowo
see Walter
aka Schafsdorf
See Hochfeld/Odessa
1803/09
Name of Armenian town that
Germans settled
see Gerhardstal
E
Charkow
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rayon Barwenkowo/Kreis
Izjam/Wolost Gawrilowka
see Hochfeld/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Grigorjewka
Grigorjewka
Grigoropoler Pachtsteppe
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Grigorovka
Grimm
Grisa Chutor
Grischkowka
Grjasnaja Luca
Grjasnowatka
Grjasnowatka
Grjasnowka
Grjasnucha
Grjasnucha
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Grodzkie
Gross Fontal
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Gross Fonthal
Gross Fuerstentland
Gross Fuerstentland
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Gross
Gross
Gross
Gross
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volga
Gerhardstal
Kandaurow
Karolina
Konstantinovka
District
Om-Moskalenki
Sl-Kljutschi
Religion
1902
1912
M
M
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Klein Bergdorf
Balzer
Beresan
1767
E
K
German Leased C olonies of
Neusatz
aka Lesnoi-Karamysch
München
see Alexanderfeld
see Neu-Walter
see Schuck
Om-Moskalenki
Neu Sandez
1800
E
Stadlo
Hoffnungstal/
Ananjew/Birsula
Chorititza
1873
E
Hoffnungstal
After 1803, parish was Neu
Sandez
see Fontal
aka Fontal, Fontan, Fonthal;
population 90 in 1919
see Georgstal
aka Bolschoj Jegoropol/Post
Nikolajpol
Nowooprokowsk
Wladikawkas
E
Gross Konstantinowka
Alt Samaraara
Melekes
Gross Mangeapunar
Gross Markosowka
Dobrudscha
North Caucasus
Konstanza
86
Founded
E
1890
1870
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien & Kaschubia.
aka Gross Konstantinov
Romanian name: Costinesti
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Village Name
Groß Pallas
Ukrainian Name
Region
Dobrudscha
District
Konstanza
Founded
1906
Religion
Alt Samaraara
Melekes
E
Gross Rauchersdorf
Galicia
Nisko
K
Grossliebental
Grossmann Chutor
Gross-Romanovka
Grossweide
Grosswerder
Grosswerder
Grosswerder
Gross-Werder
Gros-Werder
87
Alt Samaraara
Volga
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Melekes
Marxstadt
Liebknecht
Grossliebental
Beresan
Gnadenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Kreis and Post
Aleksandronewsk
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Konotop
Belowesch
Belowesh Colonies
1897
1803/04
1820
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Romanian name: Palazul
Mare
gem.
Gross Peterhof
Gross Romanow
Grossdamm
Grossfuerstental
Parish
ala Peterof; Settled aft. 18
63 by colonists from
Westpolen, Oberschlesien --& Kaschubia.
aka Kurzyna Wie lka,
Rauchersdorf
Kurzyna Wielka
E
aka Romanow; Settled aft.
18 63 by colonists from
Westpolen, Oberschlesien --& Kaschubia.
M
aka Dorf
E
E
E
Grossliebental
aka Bolschaja Akarscha,
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f Marrinskoje, Velikocollections/history/link/gr orums/viewtopic.php? Dolinskoje; population 1,308
oslieb.txt
f=15&t=31
in 1825 and 3,624 in 1926
North by Walegozulowo
aka Obilnoje,
Sosikulak/Rayon
Molotschansk,
Halbstadt/Kreis Melitopol,
Berdjansk
see Weizendorf
M
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/gr
sswerd.txt
see Marinowka
Rayon Dmitrowka /Post
Grigorowka
1766
K
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Grotfelde
Grotsfeld
Gruenental
Alt Samaraara
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Melekes
Gruenental
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Rowenki
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruenhoffnungstal
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Dshankoi
Mariental
Pulin
Lugansk
Nataljewer
Gruenhoffnungstal
Jekaterinoslaw
Nataljewka
88
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Georgia
South Caucaus
1859
1860
1873
1900
Religion
M
M
K
E
K
K
Parish
Om-Sosnowka
Sl-Snamenka
Elisabethtal
der Don Kosaken
Alexandrowskaja
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area, aka Krotowka
Rosental
aka Karamin
Hochheim
Bergtal
Weizendorf
aka Karamin/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kolaj
aka Adschi-Achmat
aka Stepanowka
aka Kolesnikowa
Okrug and Rayon
Kriwoj Rog/Post
Weselyj Tern
Post Zaliwnoje
Gruenfeld
Gruenfeld
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Founded
see Seljenopolje/Zelenopole
see Stepanowka
1908
1906
K
M
E
E
Post and Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
aka Seljenopolje
aka Tschertjesh
Akstafa
Hochheim
aka Adshi Achmat/Post Kolaj
Heimthal
aka Kurgany
Rayon Roweneo
M
aka Aleksandrowka/Post
Aleksandrowsk
Ludwigstal
1870
K
E
1922
E
Karatapa
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Karajazy
Wolost
Aleksandrowskaja/Post
Ostheim
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Gruental
Gruenwald
District
Prischib
Seelmann
Seelman
Pulin
Slawuta
Founded
Religion
1809
E
Prischib
1867
E
E
Heimthal
Rowno
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Alexandronewsk
Balzer
Grünfeld
Grünfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Beresan/Landau
Grunfeld (Adji-Achmat)
Crimea/Taurida
Grüntal
Kherson/Odessa
Glückstal
E
Grüntal
Grüntal
Gruschek
Gruschki
Gruschkowka
Gruschkowka
Gudewitsch
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Nikolajew
Beresan
Wolodarsk
E
Grunau
Grundt
Güldendorf
Gulianow
Gurjewka
Gurmankej
Gusarowka
89
Aleksandrovka
Parish
1823
E
Grunau
K
E
Straßburg
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Weselyj Gaj , Popowa
Balka/Kreis Melitopol
Lugowoje
aka Lugowoje
aka Jaswinka
aka Moschtschanowka
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/gr
unau.txt
aka Aleksandron ewsk
Grunat
aka Selenyj Jar
German Colonies of
Hochheim
E
leased colony; population 30
in 1905
Kassel
aka Seljenyj-Jar; population
34 in 1919
North of Ananjew
aka Gruschki
see Gruschek
see Alexanderfeld
Heimthal
Kronau
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
see Neu Baden/Odessa
Grossliebental/
KominternDNR/Lininsk
Ts-Troitzk
Ts-Troitzk
1817/30
1894
E
E
E
M
Izjum
Odessa
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/g
uldndof.txt
aka Goldendorf, Glydendorf,
Krasnoselka, Kutusowo; 107
houses in 1859; population
1,148 in 1926
Rayon Barwenkowo
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Guß Chutor
Gustavfeld
Gut Bodamer
Gut Boos
Gut Chutor
Gute Hoffnung
Gutheim
Guttertal
Gwozdziec
Haag
Hahn Chutor
Hahn Chutor
Hahn Chutor
Hahn. Birkle
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Taras Schewtschenko
Golodajewka
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
North Siberia
Ufa
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Akkermann
Hahnhofen
Hahnsau
Hain
Halawar
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
South Caucaus
Founded
Religion
E
E
1923
E
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neu Freudental
Taganrog
see Friedrichsfeld
see Koktein
aka Rosa Luxemburg
E
Ludwigstal
Eigenfeld
see Huttertal
Kolomea
Om-Issyl-Kulj
K
E
Gwozdziec
E
Eigenfeld
1894
Akkermann
Beresan (Nord)
Beresan
(Nord)/Wraduewsju
Seelman
extinct before 1918
see Siwuschka
1861
K
M
München
aka Nowo-Nikoljewka
see Hutweide
see Traubenberg
Halbstadt
Halbstadt
Halbstadt
Halbstadt
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Beresan/ Petrowka
Om-Moskalenki
Pa-Koskuduk
Sl-Slawgorod
1869
1909
K
E
M
M
Halbstadt
Halbstadt
Halcnow
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Halbstadt
1804
M
Halle
Hamberg
Hamberg
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
1894
E
90
Parish
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Schönfeld
http://blackseagr.org/f
orums/viewtopic.php? aka Katjuschino; population
f=15&t=36
317 in 1905 and 605 in 1919
aka Molotschansk/Okrug
Melitopol/Kreis Berdjansk
see Altonau
see Alzen
Eigenheim (1905) /
Andrejewka (1939)
aka Alisowka; population 206
in 1939, extinct as of 1995
see Putschkowo
see Hamburg
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Hamburg
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
District
Gnadenfeld
Hannowka
Hannowka
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Bender
Se-Borodulicha
Hans Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Beresan
Hantscheschti
Hanunin
Haraldowka
Bessarabia
Galicia
Volhynia
Kischinew
Radziechow
Gorodniza
Harpuny
Hartfeld
Hartmann
Hasarlik
Hassenbach
Hauf
Hebron
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
North Siberia
Dobrudscha
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Hebron
Hebron
Hebron (Bekkasn)
Hecht Chutor
Hecht Chutor
Hechten, Chutor
Hechts Chutor
Heck Chutor
Heck Chutor
Heckenfeld
91
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Grodek Jagiellonski
Om-Moskalenki
Kaliakra
Founded
1862
1896
1902
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
aka Irinowka, Haberg/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
E
E
aka Inculteni Noe and
Annowka; population 440 in
1939
aka Iwanowskoje
Mathildendorf
north of Otschakow, extinct
as of 1918
1898
1797
1783
E
E
E
Kischinew
Josefow
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Hancesti and Hincesti;
population 153 in 1939
Records started 1806
aka Geraldowka
K
E
Straßburg
Hartfeld
maybe Chutor or railway
station
Records started 1809
Romanian name: Hasarlác
aka Linjowo-Osero
E
Om-Sosnowka
Dshankoi
1883
E
E
Hochheim
aka Bekassi
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Sowetinskij
1905
S
Ostheim
aka Besyrhenowk a --Defunct after 1918
see Bekkasy
Ufa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Nowosjelowka
Om-Moskalenki
1906
E
E
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Redikow Ch.
Defunct after 1 918
see Heckenfeld
E
Beresan
1880
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
München
Rosenfeld
aka Heck Ch.
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Hegele Chutor
Heidelberg
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Sl-Snamenka
Heidelberg
Heilbronn
Heilbrunn
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
Heilbrunn
Heimtal
Heimthal
Heinrich Chutor
Heinrichowka
Heinrichowka
Heinrichsdorf
Heinrichsdorf
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Feodosia
Heinrichsdorf
Heinrichsdorf
Heinrichsfeld
Heinrichsfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Taras Schewtschenko
Pallasowka
Jekaterinowka
Heinrichshof
Galicia
Bobrka
Heinrichstal
Helenendorf
Helenendorf
Helenendorf
Helenenfeld
92
Founded
1900
1908
S
K
1809
1805/9
1805
K
E
E
Parish
Ostheim
Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
Pulin
Omsk
Pulin
Radziechow
Religion
1810
E
M
E
Heimthal
E
Josefow
Heimthal
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Steinbruch, defunct
after 1918
aka Nowo-Romano wka
Wolost and Post
Prischib/Kreis Melitopol
aka Temesch-Eli
aka Temesch Eli /Wolost
Zuerichtal/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Alte Krim
and Itschki
see Heimthal
aka Staraja Buda, Heimtal
aka Genrikowka
see Henrikowka
Records started 1806
see Heinrichshof
aka Bessarabka
E
E
Village History
Rosenfeld
Post Bol. Michajlowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Zaporoshje
Hoffnungsfeld
Helenendorf
Crimea/Taurida
Zaporoshje
Wasilijewka
1882
1818
E
K
E
Lemberg
Prischib
Hoffnungsfeld
aka Heinrichsdorf; Parish
later was Unterwalden
Rayon and Post Nowo
Nikolajewka/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
aka Mardarowka
aka Chanlar
Rayon Woznesenak/Post
Zaporoshje
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Freudental
Helenental
Helenental
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Odessa
Helenowka
Helenowka
Helenowka
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Bender
Helenowka
Helenowka
Helfreichshof
Helmitz
Henne
Helenental
Founded
1838
Religion
E
Parish
Neu Freudental
E
E
Mathildendorf
Wolodarsk
E
Shitomir
Volhynia
Bessarabia
St. Petersburg
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Gouv. Kiew
E
Henrikowka
Volhynia
Romanow
Henrykowka
Herman
Hermannsburg
Galicia
Volga
North Caucasus
Zolkiew
Hermannsdorf
Hermannstal
Hermannstal
Hermannstal
Hermen
Hernow
Herrendank
Herrnhilf
93
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/h
elenent.txt
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Tschernogorka,
Tschernoborka/Rayon
Berezowka, today known as
Jewgenjewka
aka Jewgenjewka
E
1895
Village History
aka Ileanca (defunct in
1995)
see Jelenowka
aka Gelenowka; defunct
after 1914
see Jelenowka/Bessarabia
see Deutsch Chelmitz
see Tauk
1858
E
Shitomir
K
Kamionka
Strumilowa
aka Genrikowka,
Heinrichowka
see Dowsunskoje
Grossliebental/
Komintern-DNR
Selidowo
Golicinowka
Glückstal/ Oknjanski
1889
E
aka Alexandrowka
E
aka Aleksandrowka/Kreis
Bachmut / Post Udatschnaja
and Shelannaja
aka Wyschius, Wyschina
Ludwigstal
1896
Maltschewskij
see Byten
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Herzenberg
Crimea/Taurida
Zuerichtal
Herzenberg
Crimea/Taurida
Zuerichtal
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Hetmanski
Kherson/Odessa
Heuboden
Heuboden
Heubolden
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Heubuden
Heydaremje
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Hidlesheim
Kherson/Odessa
Mariental
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
E
K
Wolost
Nowosofijewka/Post
Nikopol
Straßburg
Kronau
Kronau
Grunau
Odessa/Glückstal
Hierschau
Hildmann
Hirsch Chutor
Hirschbach
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Gnadenfeld
Kamenka
Hirschberg
Hirschenhof
Hirschenhof
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Odessa/Glückstal
Livonia
Hirtenheim
Hochberg
Bessarabia
Galicia
94
1766
E
1848
1767
1900
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Feodosija/Kreis
Feodosija
aka Aleksandrowka/Rayon
and Post Petropawlowsk
Zurichtal
aka Susly
Pawlograd
Herzenberg
Herzenberg (Feodossia)
Herzog
Hess u. Jockers, Chutor
Village History
Kassel
may be Chutor or railway
station
see Marjino
see Heubuden
aka Marjino
aka Heuboden,
Sergejewka/Wolost
Petropowlowsk/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
see Neudatschnoje
aka Woinitschi; population
110 in 1905
aka Primernoje/ Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Panowka
M
K
K
see Baranowka
E
Bergdorf
aka Brinsa Chutor;
population 50 in 1904
1766
(Isolated early colonies)
Bender
1887
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kischinew
aka Ciobana and Ciobanovca
see Makowa Kolonia
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Hochberg
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Hochfeld
Hochfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Koluschiuskij
Founded
Religion
Parish
1896
aka Sary-Pascha -Tschokmak
aka Wysokaja
K
aka Griese Chutor,
Grigorjewka, Grise/NeuGrigorjewka; population 290
in 1926
Hochheim
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Hochheim
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Hochheim
Hochstaedt
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Prischib
Sl-Orlow
1818
K
M
Hochstaedt
Hochwald
Hockerberg
Hockheim
Hoelzel
Hoelzel
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Prischib
1808
E
Hockstaedt
Marxstadt
Dshankoi
Seelmann
1767
1870
1767
E
E
K
Hochheim
Hoelzel
Hoermann, Chutor
Volga
North Siberia
Seelmann
Om-Petropawlowsk
1767
K
E
95
Beresan/ Isajewsk
see Ebenfeld
Post Weselyj Tern
Kriwoj Rog
Melekes
Feodorowka
Sl-Andrejewskij
Prischib
Remarks
M
K
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Ufa
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Village
Profile/Info.
Rayon Magdalinowsk
Hochfeld
Hochfeld
Hochfeld
Hochfeld
Hoffental
Hoffental
Hoffental
Hoffental
Village History
1914
K
Hochheim
1880
1910
1804
E
S
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Najman/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kolaj
aka Suchojo/Kreis
Melitopol/Post Prischib
aka Wysokoje/Kreis
Melitopol
see Bandrow-Kolonia
aka Bohn
aka Naimann
Neuendorf/Kotshetnoye
aka Kotschetnaja
aka Neuendorf,
Kotschetnoje
Ostheim
Prischib
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien & Kaschubia.
aka Melentewo
Settled by Volga Germans
Kreis Melitopol
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Hoffental
Hoffental
Hoffmann
Hoffmann Chutor
Hoffmann Gut
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Krasny-Kut
Hoffmannsfeld
Hoffmannstal
Hoffmanowka
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnungsau
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Volga
Galicia
Akkermann
Nikolajew/Jelanez
Remarks
aka Shdanowka
E
E
Kloestitz
Mariental
Dolina
1784
K
Dolina
1867
E
Worms
/Johannestal
aka Nadeshdina;
population246 in 1941-1943
E
Worms/Johannestal
aka Nadeshda; population
920 in 1919
E
Arzis
Beresan
Hoffnungsfeld
Hoffnungsfeld
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Akkermann
96
Village
Profile/Info.
1922
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
1864
1856
1856
Chasaw-Jurt
E
E
E
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Village History
Kloestitz
Hoffnungsburg
Hoffnungstal
E
E
Parish
E
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungsort
Hoffnungsort
1859
Akkermann
Hoffnungsburg
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Religion
Pallasowka
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/
Netschajansk
Hoffnungsfeld
Hoffnungsfeld
Hoffnungsfeld
Founded
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Kronau
Akkermannn
1841-1848
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Klöstitz
aka Wladimirowka
aka Luxemburg (bei
Weselaja Dolina in 1995)
of Beresan
see Hofmanowka
see Nadjeshda
aka Nadeshdowka; leased
colony
Post Pokrowskoje
aka Tarasowo, Torosowa,
Torossowo; population 459
in 1926
Torosowa
aka Kokorek
aka Dolgenskoje,
Dolganka/Wolost
Tschertomiyk
see Dolgunskoje
aka Nadeshdowka/Nr. 9;
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f 1859 had 89 houses;
collections/history/link/h orums/viewtopic.php? population 1,930 inn 1939,
offbess.txt
f=15&t=61
extinct in 1995
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Georgia
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
District
Dshankoi
1873
Religion
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Hochheim
aka Kul-Oba-Aschen-Huegel
and Kuloba; German
Colonies of Hochheim
Prischib
Elisabethgrad
aka Nadeshdino/ Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
aka Girowka
Karatapa
Hoffnungstal
Kurskojew
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1817/19
1921
1904
1922
E
E
E
E
Dshankoi
Hoffnungstal Nr. 7
Ufa
Nowosjelowka
Hofmanowka
Volhynia
Gorodniza
Hohenbach
Hohenberg
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Mielec
Eupatoria
Hohenberg
Hohendorf
Hohendorf
Hohenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Ewpatorija
Dshambul
Seelman
Nowo-Swetlanowa
Hohenfeld
Don Gebiet
Ostheim
97
Founded
Hoffnungstal
Karajazy
Hochheim
1906
1783
1879
1882
1861
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f aka Zebrikowo; 1859 had 120
collections/history/link/h orums/viewtopic.php? houses; population 1,887 in
offod.txt
f=15&t=35
1926
aka Nadjeshda
aka Kul Oba/Wolost
Totanaj/Kreis Perekop/Post
Kurman Kemeltschi and
Kolaj
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region, aka
Basiljewka
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Gofmanowka,
Hoffmanowka
E
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Byten
Records started 1823, aka
Czermin Kolonia
aka Tottman
Neusatz
aka Totman/Wolost
Kokej/Post Kokey and Ajbar
M
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Werschinowka,
Gljupaski
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Hohenfeld
Hohenfeld
Hokel Gut
Hokkoz
Holawar
Hollert
Holoskow
Holosna Julianowka
North Caucasus
Holstein
Volga
Kamenka
1765
E
Goldstein/VerkhnayaKulalinka
Holstein
Holzgraben
Honenberg
Honoratowka
Honorin
Horbasch
Horizanna Wielka
Horn
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Fedorowka
Unterwalden
1765
E
aka Goldstein, Werchnaja
Kulalinka
Hornbacher Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
E
Hörnersdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan/
(Nord/Tschernow?)
K
München
aka Christoforowka Chutor,
Christofowka, Hörnersfeld
Horocholina
Galicia
Bohorodczany
1803
E
Ugartsthal
After 1898, parish was
Stanislau
Horodischtsche
Horoslar
Horotschin
Horozanna Nowa
Horschtschik
Horski
Horucko
Hotin
Volhynia
Dobrudscha
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Bessarabia
Tschernjachow
Konstanza
Shitomir
1880
E
E
Uschomir
E
Drohobycz
Hotin
R
E
Shitomir
Kassel
Josefsberg
Kischinew
98
1888
Lugansk
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
South Caucaus
North Siberia
Galicia
Volhynia
Rayon Nowo Swetlanowka
Post Kodshanbak
Post Taganasch
see Traubenberg
Dshankoi
Om-Atschairsk
Tlumacz
K
Rohatyn
K
Ottynia
Podwysolie
Founded after 1803
see Cholosna-Julianowka
Founded after 1 803
see Gonorin
see Gorbascha
see Neu Horizanna
Pallasowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
extinct as of 1918
aka Gorodischtsche,
Chorodischtsche
Romanian name: Cocosi
see Romansdorf
see Neu Horizanna
aka Gorschtschik
Kreis Tiraspol
Records started 1791
Rumanian village
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Baraschi
Religion
Hotisch
Hubenfeld
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Hubenfeld
Huberowka
Huberowka
Huck
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Huckertal
Hummel
Hundsdorf
Hundsthal
Husaren
Husaren
Hussenbach
Hussenbach
Hutterdorf
Hutterite
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Balzer
Marxstadt
1767
E
Myslenice
Frank
Frank
Frank
Krasny-Kut
1880
1763
1765
1767
1860
K
K
K
E
E
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
E
Parish
Heimthal
Ludwigstal
Dshankoi
Balzer
1767
E
Sidina
Huttertal
Crimea/Taurida
Eugenfeld
1843
E
Eugenfeld
Hutweide
Huziejow Nowy
Huziejow Stare
Hyki Kolonja
Ibraim Bay
Ibraim Konrad
Ignacowka
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Neu Sandez
1785
E
Stadlo
Ignatjewka
Ignatjewka Nr.6
Ihly Chutor
Ilaschowka
Ilawla
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Saturinowka
99
Simpferopol
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Chotish
see Fidlerowo
aka Fidlerowka, Wysokoje
Pole/Kreis Bachmut
see Kopitz
Post Dshankoj
aka Slavnukha, Splawnucha
aka Sowohos No. 593
Communist
aka Brockhausen
see Deutsch Chelmitz
aka Psia Dolina
aka Jeischanka
Ilshanka
aka Linewo Osero
aka Gaschon
Hutterite Colonies
http://blackseagr.org/f aka Staro Borodatyj,
orums/viewtopic.php? Borodatyj, Gutteral/Kreis
f=15&t=97
Melitopol
Records started 1787; aka
Hain, Gaj, Gaje
see Neu Huziejow
see Alt-Huziejow
see Reichsheim
Post Spat
Neusatz
see Rozanka
Beresan
Gorodniza
1889
1889
Rayon Sheleznyj /Post New
York
M
M
New-Jork
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Revised 16 Feb 2012
NW of Otschakow
aka Iljaschowka
see Leichtling
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Ilawla
Volga
Ilgeri Kasperju
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Ilgery Montonaj
Iljaschowka
Illowaisk (russisch)
Ilowia
Ilowlinskyj
Ilowlinskyj Umet
Ilschanka
Ingul River
Inguletz River
Insel Chortitza
Iraklijewka
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Ewpatorija
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Chortitza
Irenenfeld
Irenowka Chutor
Irgis River
Irinowka
Irion Chutor
Irtysch
Isbaschka
Isbaschua
Isbin
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Ischalka
Ischarelek
Ischun
Ischun Nemeckij
Isenburg
Isendorf
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Ishizkoje Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
100
TroickCharcyzsk
Founded
Religion
Parish
Neusatz
1889
E
1789
M
Tag.-Jeisk
Dobrinka
Dobrinka
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Elgery Kaspir/Post Agaj
aka Elgery Montonaj/Post
Dshelal
see Ilaschowka
Post Charcyzsk
see Ilowlinskyj
aka Umet, Ilowia
Ilowia
see Husaren
Beresan
see Sagradovka
see Neu Rohrbach/Odessa
E
E
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
E
Posttal
aka Irenowka Chutor;
population 35 in 1904
see Irenefeld
see Hamberg
Akkermann
Se-Irtyschskaja
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1899
aka Krassnyj Jar
see Engel Chutor/Odessa
see Bergenquell/Odessa
see Izbini
1890
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
M
see Nemezki-Ischun
see Deutsch Ischun
Pallasowka
Pallasowka
E
E
Hoffnungstal
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Hoffnungstal
aka Ischitskoje Chutor;
population 80 in 1904
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Ishora
Islam Terek
Islam Terek
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Islutschistaja
Ismai Abai
Ismai Abaj
Ismail
Isobilnoje
Issyl Kulj
Kriwoj
Dnjepropertrowski Rog/Friesendorf
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Ismail
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Omsk
Iswar
Itschki
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Itschki
Itschuk
Ivrenes
Iwaneljubewka
Iwanki
Iwano Lubowka
Iwano-Ijubowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Dobrudscha
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Jelatshik
Kharkow
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
101
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Kolpino
see Neudorf
see Neudorf
1824
1880
Jewish
E
E
1809
E
1932
E
E
1898
E
Djelal
Neusatz
Arzis
Stawropol
Gatschina
Feodosia
Konstanza
Odessa
Kreis Feodosija /Post Itschki
Romanian name: Ivrenezul
Rayon Komintern
see Johannesfeld
see Roemmich Chutor
Johannesfeld
Jelisabethgrad
Charkow
Gawrilowka
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Nikolajew
Georgiewsk
Om-Borodinowsk
Om-Borodinowsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Settled by emigrants from
Baden, Wuerttemberg,
Preussen, closed after 2
years
Post Barwenkowo
population 276 in 1926
population 25 in 1919
1903
1902
M
M
E
M
aka Eppchutor
see GljadeNr. 3
E
Neusatz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Koskentschi
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowka
Iwanowskij
Iwaschtschenko
Izbini
Izydorowka
Jablokowo
Jabloneckaja
Jablonez
Jablonja
Jablonowka
Jablonowka
Jablonowka
Jablonowka
Jadwinina
Jadwonin
Jagodenka
Jagodinka
Jagodnaja Poljana
Jagodnoje
Jagodnoje
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Jagonia
Jahn, Chutor
Jahndorf
Jakobli
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
South Caucaus
Jakobsdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
/Beresowka
Jakobsonstal
Dobrudscha
Bráila
102
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Founded
Tabuldi
Luginy
Emiltschin
Zydaczow
1835
Religion
Parish
E
Emiltschin
Kronau
E
K
Emiltschin
Machliniec
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Bescharanskij/Post Suja
aka Diwlin
see Neu Anlage
see Hannowka
see Bethel
aka Isbin
see Silbertal
see Mariendorf
Baraschi
Fedorowka
Om-Borissowsk
E
E
E
Krasny-Kut
E
Plushnoje
E
Wolodarsk
Jagodnaja Poljana
1767
E
E,K
Emiltschin
Settled by Volga Germans
see Muntau
see Lauwe
Shitomir
see Jadwonin
aka Jadwinina
see Jagodinka
aka Jagodenka
see Ebenfeld
Krasny-Kut
Kamionka Strumilowa
E
1803
1885
K
E
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Grunau
aka Klara Zetkin
see Blumenfeld
1842
E
aka Tschischewo
E
Romanian name: General
Praporgescu, Satul Nemtesc
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Village Name
Jakobstal
Jakowka
Jakowlewo
Ukrainian Name
Stefan Voda
Region
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jakowlewo
Jakschihaj Alt
Jakubowka
Jakubowka
Jalantasch
Jalowe
Jaluntusch
Jaly Mojanak
Jamburg
Jamburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Jamburg
Jamka
Jammersthal
Jammertal
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Galicia
South Caucaus
Janino
Janow
Janow
Janowka I
Janowka II
Janyschewka
Janzen
Japak
Japundschi
Japundsha
Japundsha Maier
Japundsha Rot
Jarakaj
Jargara
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Bessarabia
103
District
Bender
Founded
1873
Religion
E
Parish
Klöstitz (1904)/
Eigenfeld (1939)
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Laso; leased colony;
population 498 in 1939
see Pisarowka
see Nataljewka
Zaporoshjo
Dshankoi
Rayon Woznesensk/Post
Zaporoshje
Post Djurhan
Simpferopol
Dshankoi
Lisko
Post Suja
Post Weinka
Records started 1788
Ewpatorija
Jamburg
Slawgorod
Jamburg
Slawgorod
Dolina
1874
E
M
1792
K
1848
E
K
K
Bandrow
Post Ewpatorija
Rayon Locman-Kamenskij
Settled by Volga Germans
Jamburg (1823)
aka Kingisepp; Russian city
with Germans
Settled by Volga Germans
Bolechow
see Freudental
1853
E
Settled by emigrants from
Sr.-Rogatka
see Seredinowka
Records started 1788
see Janyschewka
Grodek Jagiellonski
E
Hartfeld
Pulin
Om-Ljubinsk
Ts-Jelanskij
E
E
M
E
Heimthal
Heimthal
aka Janowka I
Neu-Sarata
see Maier-Roth
see Friedenstein
Post Ajbar
Post Ajbar
see Marienfeld
aka Iargara
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Kahul
1882
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Jarmizin
Jarmy Galstei
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Winodelnoje
Omsk
E
Jaroslau
Jaroslaw
Jaschpek
Jasinowka
Jasinowka
Jasnaja Balka
Jasnaja Poljana
Jasnoje
Jasnopolje
Jassinowka
Jassnoje
Jaswinka
Jasykowo
Jata
Jaworow
Jaworow
Jaworskoje
Jaworskoje
Jazow Nowy
Jazow Stary
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Jaroslau
E
Parish
Jaroslau
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Caucasus
Jekaterinopol
Jekaterinoslaw
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Jaroslaw, records
started 1815
see Jaroslau
Neusatz
Golodajewka
Dshankoi
Tarasowa
Alexandronewsk
Chorititza
Nisko
Dolina
Dolina
Krassnopol
see Tiegenhof
Post Taganasch
1906
1824
E
1783
K
K
E
M
1856
see Tiegenhagen
see Prangenau
aka Tiegenhof
see Nikolaidorf
see Gruental
Jezowe
Dolina
Ugartsthal
Alexandronewsk
Records started 1784
aka Rosenheim
see Rosenhof
see Neu Jazow
see Alt-Jazow
Rayon Sherebee/ Post
Sherebee
see Freudental
see Husaren
Zaporoshjo
Jegorowka
Jegorowka Nr. 12
Jeischanka
Jeisk
Village History
1842
K
aka Kleinwerder or Klein
Werder
Jekaterinowka
Bessarabia
Bender
1908
E
Leipzig
aka Ecaterineanca and
Ecaterinovca; population 706
in 1939
Jekaterinowka
Don Gebiet
Illowaisk
1887
E
Tag.-Jeisk
aka Katharinenhof, Klemisch
Ch.
104
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Village Name
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka
Jekaterinowka Chutor
Jekaterinowka Chutor
Jekaterinowka Kljutschi
Jekaterinowka Kljutschi
Jekaterinowka Moskalenki
Jekaterinowka Nr. 1
Jekaterinowskij
Jelanka
Jelanskij Nr. 3
Jelanskij Nr. 4
Jelanskij Nr. 5
Jelanskij Nr. 6
Jelenowka
Jelenowka
105
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Volga
Ufa
Ufa
Ufa
Ufa
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
District
Founded
Religion
TroickCharcysk
Jekaterinoslaw
Kriwoj Rog
Nowosofijewka
Parish
Taganrog
1866
Santurinowka
1889
Dshankoi
Kasantschin
1894
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Gebiet der Don
Kosaken/Post Chareyzsk
Rayon Salonjans kij
aka Katarinowka /Rayon
Adamowka/Kreis
Werchnednjeprowsk ?
Wolost Aleksandrowka/Post
Boshedarowka
aka Rosenfeld
E
Rayon and Post
Konstantinowka/Okrug
Artemowsk
see Katharinehof
see Rosenfeld
Post Chortitza
see Katharinenfeld
see Katharinental/Odessa
Post Dshankoj
M
see Rosenfeld/Nikolajew
Nikolajew/Neu
Freudental
Sl-Kljutschi
Sl-Kljutschi
Om-Moskalenki
aka Rein; population 40 in
1904
1912
1912
1902
1889
M
K
M
M
Chortitza
S
Ostheim
Se-Leningradskaja
Ismailow
Ismailow
Ismailow
Ismailow
Konstantinowka
1894
1894
1894
1894
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Helenowka
Post Barwenkowo
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Village Name
Jelenowka
Jelenowka
Jelenowka
Jelenowka
Jelenowka Nr. 7
Jelewka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Jelisawetgrad
Jelisawetinka
Jelisawetowka
North Siberia
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Jelisawetowka
Jelisawetowka
Jelisawetowka
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Glückstal
Grigoiopol
Bender
Religion
Parish
Jelisawetpol
Volhynia
Jelisawetpol
Jelisawetpole
Jelisawetpole
Jeller
Jelschanka
Jenner-Höfe
Jepaneschnikowa
Jeremejewka
Jeremetowka
Jermakowskij
Jermaschli
Jeroschinsk
Jerschow
Jerusalemka
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
aka Neuland/Odessa
see Helenowka
1895
Malin
E
Klöstitz (1904) /
Mathildendorf
(1939)
E
Radomysl
aka Helenowka/Ileanca;
leased colony; population
314 in 1939
see Alexanderhof
aka Elowka
SlBlagoweschtschensk
see Elisabethort
K
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
Gruenfeld
1924
population 223 in 1926
aka Luxemburg
see Elisabethal
E
E
Rayon Sherebee/ Post
Sherebee
Zaporoshjo
Jelisawetowka
106
District
Pulin
E
Heimthal
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Straßburg
aka Jelisawetpo le,
Elisawetpol
chutor or railway station
see Elisabethdorf
see Jelisawetpol
Beresan
Beresan (Nord)
Ak-Koktschetaw
E
See Bischofsfeld/Odessa
See Bischofsfeld/Odessa
Om-Krestinsk
E
see Eigenfeld
Winodelnoje
Mariental
Pulin
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Jeruslan
Jeschau
Jesser Chutor
Jewgenjewka
Jewgenjewka
Jewgenjewka
Jewgenjewka
Jewgenjewka
Jewgenjewko
Jezowe
Joachimstal( feld)
Johannesdorf
Johannesdorf
Johannesfeld
Johannesfeld
Volga
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Johannesfeld
Johannesfeld
Johannesfeld
Johannesfeld
Johannesfeld II
Johannesruh
Johannesruh
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Johannesruh
Johannesruh
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Johannesruh
Johannestal
Johannestal
107
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Jezowe
Glückstal
E
Kassel
see Helenental/Odessa
Kasantschin
Fedorowka
Nisko
Stawropol
Dschambul
Dshankoi
Mank. Kalitwinsk
Tarasowka
1894
E
1783
1908
1847
1882
1888
K
K
E
E
E
E
Jezowe
see Eugenewka
see Evental
see Struchdorf
aka Jeschau
Stawropol
aka Molotschnoje
Hochheim
Johannesfeld
aka Koktein
aka Neu-Hoffnung
1898
1898
E
E
Rosenfeld
Rynowka
E
Hochheim
Rynowka
Dshankoi
Tschertkowskij
Eugenfeld
aka Ladonowka, Krasnaja
Kolonka
aka Sidorowka, Iwanki
see Roemmich Chutor
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
aka Scheptuchowka
see Tschornyj Kosch
aka Tokultschak
1878
M
1864
E
Eugenfeld
aka Taschtschenak, Neu
Huttertal/Kreis Melitopol
E
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/jo
Worms/Johannestal hannes.txt
1859 had 90 houses;
population 186 in 1825 and
1,231 in 1926
Melitopol,
Zaporizhzhia, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
Hutterite Colonies
Dolynske
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan/Landau
1817/1820
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
District
Founded
Religion
Remarks
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/ Mannheim
1864
K
aka Michajlowka; population
206 in 1905 and 280 in 1926
E
Hochheim
German Colonies of
Hochheim
see Dowsunskoje
aka Aksjuru-Konrat
Hochheim
aka Aksjuru Konrat/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kolaj
Johannestal
Johannestal
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Johannisfeld
Johannisheim
Johannistal
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Johannistal
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Johannistal (Aksyuru-Konrat)
Josefinendorf
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Rawa Ruska
1790
K
Uhnow
German Colonies of
Hochheim
aka Jozefowka, Poddubce
Josefow
Galicia
Radziechow
1785
E
Josefow
aka Jozefow, records
started 1805
Josefsberg
Galicia
Dohobycz
1785
R
Josefsberg
aka Korosnica, records
started 1793
Josefsdorf
Josefsdorf
Josefsdorf
Josefsheim
Josefstal
Josefstal
Josefstal
Josefstal
Josefsthal
Josephine
Josephine
108
Yosypivka
Yosypivka
1882
Bessarabia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Bender
Mielec
1865
1783
E
K
Kamenka
1850
K
Jekaterinoslaw
Josifowka
1779
E
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Grossliebental/
Mariinskojie
Kamenka
Dolina
Wolodarsk
Jarun
1804/10
1852
1830
K
K
K
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Mathildendorf
Jaslany
Josephstal
aka Placinta and
Platschinda; populatoin 379
in 1939
aka Jozefow
see Neu Kupnowitz
aka Pogorelowka
see Uszkowice Kolonia
aka Joseifowka/ Rayon Karl
Marx/Kreis Nowomoskowsk
http://blackseagr.org/f aka Josifowka and
orums/viewtopic.php? Sergejewka; population 427
f=15&t=29
in 1825 and 1,809 in 1943
aka Skypalewo
Weldzirz
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Josephow
Volhynia
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Shitomir
Josephstadt
Josephstadt Konan
Josifowka
Jost
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Baraschi
E
Heimthal
Jost
Jost
Jost
Jozefow
Jozefowka
Jslam-Terek
Juchari-Djamin
Juchary Djamin
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Om-Moskalenki
Kukkus
Kukkus
1896
1767
1767
E
E
E
Kambar
Eupatoria
1882
1882
E
Juchary Dshamin
Judkowa
Judkowa
Juergental
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Tarasowka
Tarasowka
Wasilijewka
Jugowka
Jukala
Julianowka
Julianowka
Juline I
Juline II
Jungsturm
Junischtsche
Juraszowa
Jurjewka
Jurmakej
Juschanleo
Jusefow
Orenburg
Ufa
Volhynia
Volhynia
109
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
Dawlekanowo
Korostyschew
Pulin
Lugansk
Lugansk
Gmelinka
Neu Sandez
Gouv. Kiew
Dawlekanowo
1902
1902
K
K
E
1890
1894
M
M
E
E
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Jusefow
aka Osipowka, JosephstadtKonan, Jusefowka
see Josephstadt
see Josefstal
see Friedrichstal
Settled by Volg a Germans. -- aka Popowka
Popovkina
aka Popowkina
see Josefow
see Josefinendorf
Byten
aka Mergenthaler
Neusatz
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
Radomysl
Shitomir
Rayon Iwanowka
Rayon Iwanowka
1788
1894
E
E
M
Stadlo
Radomysl
see Wjunischtsche
Records started 1787
defunct after 1914
see Neukirch
see Josephow
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Jusefowka
Juseptycze
Jusowka
Justinowka
Kaban Achtatschi
Kaban Ak Tatschl
Kaban, Chutor
Kabarnau
Kabilonow, Chutor
Kabyla
Kacapka
Kachir
Kadagajewka
Volhynia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kharkow
Kadcik
Kadcza
Galicia
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Kadschau
Kaercher, Chutor
Kagarlyk Chutor
Kahul
Galicia
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Neu Sandez
Kaisersdorf
Galicia
Sambor
Jekaterinoslaw
Ludwigstal/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Kaisersdorf
Founded
Zydaczow
Pulin
Kokai
Religion
E
1886
E
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Josephstadt
Records started 1809
Kreis Bachmut
Gelsenkirchen
Ludwigstal
Shitomir
Post Trech Ablam
Post Kodshanbak
Ewpatorija
E
Rosenfeld
Nikolajew
population 35 in 1919
see Wasiljewka
Post Barwenkowo
1785
1894
1925
Kahul
1783
After 1803, parish was Neu
Sandez
see Kadschau
E
Stadlo
E
E
Stadlo
aka Kadcza, records started
1787
E
Neu-Sarata
See Freiberg /Odessa
aka Cahul
K
Kruzyki
aka Kalinow, after 1877
parish was Kaisersdorf
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/ka
iserdf.txt
1832
see Zarskoje/Carakoje
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien and Kaschubia
Kaisersgnade
Kaisersgnade
Kaisersheim
Alt Samaraara
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Melekes
Kaisertal
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
1892
E
Hochheim
aka Kogenly; German
Colonies of Hochheim
Kaisertal
Crimea/Taurida
Eugenfeld
1838
E
Eugenfeld
aka Utljuk, Staryj Number /
Kreis Melitopol
110
E
E
see Lustdorf/Odessa
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kaisertal
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Kajabei I
Kajasta
Kajasty Osma
Kajaswta
Kajnasch
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Feodosia
Kalaglea
Kalantarowka
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Kalatschowka
Kalau-Kara
Kaldejewka
Kalestrowo
Kalfa
Kalinintal
Kalinow
Kalinowka
Kalinowo
Kalinowo
Kalinowo
Kalischinka
Kalmios
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
North Caucasus
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Bender
Tabuldi
Kalmu Kara
Kalmu Kara
Kalmueckenberg
Kalmueckenberg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Kaltan
Orenburg
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
111
Founded
Religion
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Hochheim
aka Kogenly/Post Bijuk
Onlar and Djurmen
Posttal
leased colony; population 50
in 1904
1883
Post Suja
1883
E
see Roemmich
Chutor/Odessa
Archangelskoje
Kaliakra
M
Leipzig
1908
1865
1903
aka Colaceni and
Kalatschewka
see Chaldejewka
see Karlsruhe/Odessa
Romanian name: Ali-Anife
K
see Kaisersdorf
see Felsenburg/Odessa
see Marienort
Golizinowka
1885
M
see Marienort
Slawgorod
Hoffnungstal
1865
E
Neusatz
Neusatz
aka Kalmukara; German
Colonies of Neusatz
Wolost Tabuldi / Post Suja
E
E
1890
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kaltscha
Kaltschinowka
Kaltschinowka
Kaltschinowka
Kaltschinowka
Kaltwasser
Kalusz
Kalusz
Kalusz Nowy
Kambar
Kambar
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Tschernigew
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kambar
Kambar Eltok
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kamenaja
Kherson/Odessa
Kamenez
Kamenistoje
Kamenka
Kamenka
Kamenka
Kamenka
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kamenka
Kherson/Odessa
Kamenka
Kamenka
Kamenka
Kamenka
Kamenka Nr. 4
112
St. Petersburg
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Orenburg
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
also seen as Neu and Alt
Kaltscha - see
Wiesental/Odessa
Alexandronewsk
Belowesh Colonies
Konotop
Belowesch
Lemberg
Kalusz
Kalusz
1832
1766
Eupatoria
Kambar
1880
1880
1783
M
E
Grunau
Belowesh
Rayon Dmitrowka
E
E
K
E
Lemberg
Kalusz
Ugartsthal
Records started 1778
E
Byten
Simpferopol
Neusatz
Neusatz
Records started in 1784
see Neu Kalusz
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki
see Ochsner/Odessa (aka
Kamenja Balka)
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
Steinfeld
1890
M
1928
K
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
Langenberg
aka Steinbach
see Ebenland/Odessa
see Steinberg/Nikolajew
see Steinfeld/Nikolajew
K
see Mannheim/Odessa
aka Weiler Gorki, settled by
emigrants from Kolpino, NeuSaratowka
Baehr
Frank
1863
1765
E
K
Tschernjachow
North of Orenburg
1894
E
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kamennaja Gorka
Kamenny Owrag
Kamennyj Kut
Kamenopole
Kamenopolje
Kamenskeje
Kamenskolje
Kameny Owrag
Kamien
Kaminski
Volhynia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Gorodniza
Kamionka Strumilowa
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Founded
Religion
E
Wesselo-Terni
1874
M
Romanowka
1823
M
Nisko
Reichau
E
Josefow
K
E
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Neu Sandez
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Poltava
Kharkow
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kampenau
Jekaterinoslaw
Kamtschatka
Kamtschatka
Kamysch
Kamyschatskaja
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Akkermann
Kamyschenka
Kamyschewoje
Kamyschin
Kamyschljak Nr. 14
North Siberia
Orenburg
Volga
North Caucasus
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewskij
North of Orenburg
1909
1895
E
M
Agrachansk
1901
M
Kamyschowo
Kamyshin
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko
1785
1788
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Kamionka Strumilowa
Kamionka Wielka
Kamionna
Kammennaja
Kammennoje
Kammenny Owrag
Kamp
113
Kamionka Strumilowa
Neu Sandez
1785
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Steinberg
see Klippenfeld
aka Steinfeld
see Steinfeld
see Kampenau
aka Kampenau
see Degott
Records started 1786
see Steinfeld /Odessa
Records started 1806
see Steindorf
Post Sachnowschtshina
see Marienheim
see Degott
see Chortitza, Insel
Welikije Butschki
Ludwigstal
1893
Slawgorod
E
Posttal
aka Kamenskoje/ Kreis
Alekaterinoslaw
aka Camceatca and
Kotschkowatoje
see Badury
E
see Katharinental
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu Freudental
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kana
Kana
Kana
Kancerowka
Kandel
Kaneau
Kangil
Kangle
Kangyl
Kankrin
Kankrinowka
Kano
Kano
Kanowo
Kanskoje
Kantakusenka
Kantakusowa
Kantakusowa
Kantemir bei Josefsdorf
Kantemir I
Kantemir II
Kantow
Kanzerowka
Kanzerowka Nr. 3
Kapetultschin
Kapitanowka Chutor
Kaplan Nr. 15
Kaplanfeld
Kaplanowo
Kaplanswo
Kappental
Kapri
114
Region
Rybalskoye
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Orenburg
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
District
Prochladnyj
Slawgorod
Pallasowka
Kutschurgan/Fr.
Engels/ Selz
Marxstadt
Simpferopol
Prischib
Saliwnoje
Founded
Religion
1885
E
E
E
1860
1808
1767
K
E
Parish
Fr. Engels
E
K
Rastatt
Bender
E
Mathildendorf
1894
M
1901
K
M
Beresan
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Remarks
Kana
see Rosental
Beresan
North of Orenburg
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Kanowo
Neusatz
1883
Village History
aka Rybalskoje; 1859 193
houses; population 295 in
1808 and 3,439 in 1943
aka Kano, Kanskoje
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Karatscha-Kangil
Post Spat
aka Schoenfeld
see Kaneau
see Metschet
see Kana
see Kaneau
a market town
see Friedental
see Friedental
see Korntal I
see Korntal II
see Gnadenfeld
see Rosental
aka Sipaj
see Rissowate
München
see Ebenfeld
see Ebenfeld
aka Schapaschnikowo
aka Husch
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kapustino
Kapustjanka
Kapustjanka
Kara Bai
Kara Baj
Kara Gurt
Kara it
Kara Kitaj
Kara Sabu
Kara Sabu
Kara Taschlyk
Kara Totanaj
Karach
Karaczynow
Karaganowka
Karagoli
Karaguj
Karahurt
Karakulsk
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Karakunt
Karakutsch
Karalar
Karalar
Karaman
Karaman
Karamanowa
Karambasch
Karamen
Karamin
Karamin
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Karamurat
Karamyschewka
Karamyschewka
Dobrudscha
North Siberia
Volga
115
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Rosenfeld/Nikolajew
see Blumengart
Post Chortitza
Zaporoshje
E
Simpferopol
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Village History
Djelal
Post Simferopol
1902
E
Djelal
E
Djelal
Neusatz
Post Ewpatorija
Om-Sosnowka
Grodek Jagiellonski
Om-Ljubinsk
E
Lemberg
Kreis Perokop
Zurichtal
Records started 1778
see Franzfeld/Odessa
North of Orenburg
Eupatoria
1895
1890
M
E
Djelal
see Neu-Hoffnung Nr. 57
German leased colonies of
Neusatz
Gut
M
E
Ewpatorija
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
E
E
Aljeschewo
Marxstadt
Totonai
1894
1859
M
E
E
Konstanza
Ak-Koktschetaw
see Bauer
1876
1901
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Djelal
Post Ewpatorija
aka Unterwalden
aka Orlowskoje
see Neudorf/Odessa
Unterwalden
See Gruenental
see Gruenental
Romanian name: Ferdinand
I.
aka Kraukamysch
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Karamyschewka
Karangut
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Totonai
Karangut
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Karanie
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Karanie
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Karankut
Karasan
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Karasan
Karassan
Karassubasar
Karatai
Karatal
Karatsch
Karatsch
Karatsch
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dobrudscha
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
1862
Konstanza
Sl-Orlow
Kertsch
Petrowsk
Semikalosdsi
1922
1909
1900/1
1901
1900
Karatsch
Karatsch
Karatscha Kangil
Karaulny Bujerak
Karawulka
Karch, Chutor
Karczemka
Karczemko
Kardamitsch
Karherinefeld
Karl Liebknecht
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Georgia
Don Gebiet
Karl Liebknecht
Kherson/Odessa
116
Kertsch
Petrowsk
Simpferopol
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1884
1884
1862
Hochheim
Wolost Totanaj/ Post
Dshankoj and Kolaj
E
Josefow
Records started 1806
K
Toporow
E
M
Hochheim
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Wolost Tabuldi/ Post
Karasan
E
M
E
Neusatz
Romanian name: Nisipari
Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
1901
1880
Ts-Troitzk
Om-Bulajewo
E
E
Byten
Wolost Petrowsk /Kreis
Feodosija/Post Kertsch and
Semikolodcy
aka Kangle
see Koehler
E
E
see Rudorlfshof
see Rudulfshof
see Schönfeld/Odessa
Luxemburg
1818
see Marienfeld
see
Deutschendorf/Nikolajew
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Karl Liebknecht Chutor
Karl Marx
Karl Marx
Karlewka Chutor
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka
Karlowka Chutor
Karlsberg
Karlsdorf
Karlsdorf
Karlsfeld
District
Religion
Parish
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Stepove
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu Kandel/Odessa
E
see Hoffental/Nikolajew
Beresan Gebiet
Tabuldi
Tschertamlik
Michailowka
Newinnomyskaja
Tabuldi
1884
1868
1868
K
E
E
E
München
Defunct after 1918
Post Nikopol
Nikolajew
Post Suja
aka Glinjansja
six families in 1919
Skole
1835
E
K
Felizienthal
Stepnoje
1897
E
Karlsfeld
see Karolowka
aka Romanowka
Hochheim
aka Deutsch-Dshankoi; UsumSakal; German Colonies of
Hochheim
Dshankoi
Beresan/Landau
Karlsruhe
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Karlsruhe
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
117
Founded
Kronau
Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe
Region
1890
1810/17
1816
E
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Landau
aka Kalestrowo; population
303 in 1811 and 2,096 in
1943
see Dowsunskoje
Hochheim
aka DeutschDshankoj/Wolost
Totanaj/Kreis Perekop/Post
Dshankoj and Kolaj
Hochstaedt
aka Kreschtsche nka/Kreis
Melitopol
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Village Name
Karlstal
Karlswalde
Karlufka
Karlzkaja
Karman
Karmasen
Karmysch
Karolinka
Karolinow
Karolinowka
Karolow
Karolowka
Karpenka
Karpowka
Karpowka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Karpowka
Karpowka
Karras
Karsten, Chutor
Kart Myschik
Kartagaj
Kartakai
Kartakai
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kartamyschewka
Kherson/Odessa
118
District
Founded
Odessa/Grossliebental
/TscherwonoPowstansch/Nikolajew
skoje
1806/1899
Plushnoje
Roswaschen
Religion
E
E
Parish
Freudental
Rowno
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schellenberg, in the
year 1806 nineteen families
from Württ. (some from
village of Freudental)
settled the estate of Prussia
http://blackseagr.org/f Captain Karl Vitsch. See also
orums/viewtopic.php? Hoffungstal, Bessarabia.
f=15&t=32
Population 175/195 in 1926
aka Slobodskije Golondyrin
see Malo
Odessa/Rasdelnaja
Baraschi
Pulin
E
E
Heimthal
Shitomir
Brody
1865
E
E
Shitomir
Josefow
1885
1885
M
M
Memrik
Goldschinowka
K
Elsaß
aka Karolinowka
see Karolinka
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
aka Koralowka, Karlsdorf
Post Shelannoje
see Rosenort
Gorjatschewodsk
1804
E
Karras
Eupatoria
1879
E
Byten
1892
Beresan
K
K
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
see Koschkin
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
see Kuhnersdorf
see Kuhnersdorf/Odessa
Straßburg
chutor or railway station
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kartmitschik
Crimea/Taurida
Kartmyshik
Crimea/Taurida
Kartmytschik
Kartsch Nr. 2
Kartschag
Kartschau
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Kambar
Simpferopol
Kary Chutor
Kasanzewskij
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Taras-Schewtschenko
Om-Ljubinsk
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/
Rasdelnaja/
Ponjatowka
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
Radomysl
Alexandronewsk
Tscheljabinsk
Agai
Agai
Kassel
Kata Tobel
Katagai
Katagai
Katalui
Katanajewo
119
Velykokomarivka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dobrudscha
North Siberia
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki and Semikolodcy
Neusatz
M
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kaschpalat
Kasimirowka
Kasjanoselsk
Kasper
Kaspir
Kaspir
1879
Simpferopol
Kary Chutor
Kary Chutor
Koshary
Religion
German Colonies of Neusatz
Nikolajew/Beresan/
Warwarowka
Beresan
Kaschary
Founded
1904
1895
E
Zuerichtal
aka Michailowka/KaryMichailowka; population 172
in 1941-1943
NW of Otschakow
K
aka Kary Gut/Lothringen
K
1888
K
Rasdelnaja
1911
Arzis
Radomysl
1824
E
E
E
1888
E
Grossulowo/ Kassel
1810
E
Alexandrowka
Dshankoi
Tultscha
Ak-Petropawlowsk
1884
1884
1857
M
bapt
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Koschary and Alt
Kaschary
aka Caspalat/Kaspolat and
Nowyje Kaplany
aka Kronsdorf
Kassel
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/ka
ssel.txt
aka Cassel and Komarowka;
99 founding families;
population 399 in 1810 and
2,045 in 1926
see Bruderfeld
Romanian name: Cataloi
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Katarinenhof
Katarinowka
Katarinowka
Katarlyk
Katerinenfeld
Katerinowka
Katerinowka
Katerinowka
Katerinowka
Katerinowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Katerinowka, Chutor
Katharinenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Katharinenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Katharinenfeld
Katharinenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Katharinenfeld
Katharinenfeld
Katharinenfeld
Kharkow
South Caucaus
Katharinenfeld
Katharinenhof
Katharinenhof
Katharinenstadt
Katharinental
Katharinental
120
District
Founded
Trojanow
Religion
E
Rudajewka
1889
E
Tschertamlik
1868
K
Parish
Shitomir
Kherson/Odessa
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Wodjanaja/Kreis
Werchnednjeprowsk
see Jekaterinowka
aka Katerinowka
see Freiberg/Odessa
see Schachowo
aka Katharinenfeld
see Katharinowka
Kriwoj Rog
see Katharinowka
Rayon Scholochowo
Neu Freudental
aka Rein/Post Kurisowo
Pokrowsk
Josephstal
Skotowatoje
Katharinenfeld
Zaporoshje
Ludwigstal
1818
E/K
E
Luxemburg
Marxstadt
Beresan/Landau
1766
1817
E
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Katerinwoka /Wolost
Rudajewka/Post Lozowaja
aka Schachowo/Kreis
Bachmut/Post New York
Kreis Pawlograd
aka Jekaterinowka,
Deresowo
aka Luxemburg
Rayon and Post Sherebee
Rynowka
Rayon and Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
see Jekaterinowka
aka Jekaterinowka
Marxstadt/Baronsk
aka Kumschaka I
Katharinental
aka 4.
Abteilung/Jekaterinowka;
1859 had 104 houses;
population 234 in 1825 and
2,068 in 1943
Zaporoshje
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Don Gebiet
Village History
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Katharinental
Katharinental
Katherinenfeld
Katjuschino
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Katlebug
Katschin
Katzalabowka
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Katzbach
Kau
Kautz
Kautz
Kawelinka
Kawkas Chutor
Kazenoselsk
Kazimierowka
Kaziskaja
Keilmann & Schander
Keimbrechtsiedlung
Keletschi
Kelke
Luzhanka
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Keller
Keller
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Keller Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Keller, Chutor
Keller, Chutor (A.J.)
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
121
District
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Krasny-Kut
Akkermann
Founded
Religion
1928
1860
1886
K
E
E
1895
E
Parish
Schidlowo
Posttal
Neusatz
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schachowo
see Halbstadt/Odessa
aka Catlabug; population
390 in 1939, extinct in 1995
Freudenberg
Akkermann
Frank
Frank
1821
1761
1767
1767
Beresan
E
Alt-Elft
E
E
K
München
E
Lemberg
aka Lushanka; 1859 had 62
houses,; population 734 in
1858 and 1,159 in 1939
Swedish colony
aka Werschinka
Vershinka
see Kronsdorf
Zloczow
1838
see Brabander
aka Mokraja-Balka
Ewpatorija
Marxstadt
E
Grossliebental/
Komintern-DNR
1767
Taras Schewtschenko
E
K
E
Krasnorynovka
Neu Freudental
aka Balaitschuk, Nowokowo,
Sokolowo
Nowokowa Sokolowo
Balaitschuk
aka Chomutowa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Keller, Chutor (F.J.)
Keller, Chutor (J.)
Kellerowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Kellersheim
Kellersheim
Kellersheim
Kellmann
Kemler
Kendshe Tasehly Konrat
Keneges
Keneges
Keneges, Chutor
Kennikowo
Kentogaj
Kentugai
Kentugai
Kerch
Kerelt
Kerleut
Kerleut
Kerleut
Kermasan
Kermentschi
Kernerow
Kersfeld
Kertletsch
Kertletsch
122
Region
Krasnogorka
District
Founded
Hoffnungstal
1923
Ak-Koktschetaw
1898
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka
Perepletowka/Perpletowka,
see Glitzricher Chutor
aka Roskoschnoje
aka Myssgeli
E
E
K
Kutschurgan (aka
Mandrowo)
Kutschurgan
Dobrischano
see Schander
K
Om-Ljubinsk
Dshankoi
Crimea/Taurida
Kertsch
1872
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Petrowsk
1872
E
Zuerichtal
http://blackseagr.org/f
orums/viewtopic.php?
f=15&t=146
Wolost Petrowsk /Kreis
Feodosija/Post Semikolodcy
M
Se-Schemonojewsk
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Tadblodi
Post Suja
1880
1880
E
Zurichtal City
Post Kodshanbak
Post Seitler
Post Ewpatorija
see Wasserreich
Ewpatorija
Andrejewka
Ewpatorija
Tschischma
1894
1890
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Kreis Pawlograd
Karasubasar
Karasubasar
1910
E
Zuerichtal
Post Karasubazar
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Ketrossy
Khadshi-Bey
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Kiabak
Kianli
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kidaste
Kiernica Kolonia
Kiernica Kolonia
Kiernitz
Kiewo-Alexndrowka
Kijabak
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kijabak
Kijanly
Kildiar
Kildiar
Killmannsfeld
Kils
Kilse Metschet
Kimanskoje
Kimirz
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Kischinew
Founded
1912
Religion
E
Kischinew
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Chetrosu Neamt and
Chetrosu
Zurichtal Leased Colonies
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Neuhoffnung
see Alt
Schwedendorf/Nikolajew
Swedish Colonies
Grodek Jagiellonski
Grodek Jagiellonski
1761
1848
1848
E
M
Simpferopol
1922
1879
K
E
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Hartfeld
Kiernica-Lemberg
see Krynica
Windhag
Byten
Neusatz
1902
E
Ixjum
Feodosia
Galicia
Przemyslany
1784
K
Kind
Kingisepp
Volga
St. Petersburg
Marxstadt
see Jamburg
1767
E
Kipen
Kipen
Kippel
Kippel
Kiptschak
Kir Bailar
Kir Itschki
St. Petersburg
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
1812
1812
E
Wolost Bjuten/Post Bijuk
Onlar and Kurman
Kemeltschi
see Neuhoffnung
Byten
Josephstal
Crimea/Taurida
123
Parish
Post Spat
aka Fedorowka
Rayon Barwenkowo
see Selz/Odessa
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Feodosia
Swierz
aka Baskakowka, Baskakovka
Gatschina/Strelna
Settled by emigrants from
Iswar (closed after 2 years)
Byten
Post Bijuk Onlar
aka Lenindorf
E
E
1865
1889
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Kirchdorf
Kircheim
Kirej
Kir-Ichki
Kiris
Kirjanowka
Kirk
Kirk
Kirkewitsch
Kirmantschi
Kirmatschi
Kirmatschi
Kirmatschi
Kirnitschki
Kirnitschki
Kirowka
Kirschow
St. Petersburg
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
South Caucaus
Jekaterinoslaw
Kirschwald
Kirschwald
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost, Post and Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Mariupol
Kischinew
Bessarabia
Kischinew
1825
Kischinew
Kischkine Tomboj
Kiselewo
Kiseljewka
Kiseljowka
Kisil
Kislitschewatoje
Kisselewka
Kitai
Kitai
Kitai
Kitai
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kischinew
Om-Sosnowka
1825
124
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Farforowka
Dschurtschi
E
Zurichtal
Slawgorod
Om-Kalatschinsk
Feodosia
1902
1890
M
E
Zuerichtal
E
Heinthal
K
E
Rosental
Hochheim Leased Villages
Tabuldi
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
1820
1820
1820
see Gernfeld
see Schoenfeld/Nikolajew
See Jenner/Odessa
see Alexejewka
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Baraschi
Akkermann
Eupatoria
Leninsk
1909
1898
1860
1885
Grunau
see Wischnjewataja
E
Kischinew
aka Kischineff and Chisinau
K
Kischinew
aka Kischineff and Chisinau
E
E
Heimthal
Andrejewka
E
E
E
M
Djelal
Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Eugenfeld
see Freifeld
aka Kisselewka
aka Chizil and Stefan Voda
see Blumenfeld
see Kiseljowka
aka Tschebertesch
aka Liebknechtowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kitaj
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Kitaj
Kitschkas
Kitschkas Nr. 12
Kizil Metschet
Kjama Tau
Klaj
Klara Zetkin
Klass
Klassenberg
Klassinwoka, Chtor
Klatren, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Kertsch
Chortitza
North of Orenburg
Simpferopol
Dawlekanowo
Bochnia
Kleefeld
Kherson/Odessa
Schirajewo
Kleefeld
Kleefeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Nikolajew/
Petrowerowka
Sl-Snamenka
Kleefeld
Klein
Klein
Klein Bergdorf
Klein Friedenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Klein Glückstal
Klein Glückstal
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Klein Hoffnungstal
Klein Karlsruhe
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
125
Founded
Religion
1789
1901
M
M
1894
1788
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neusatz
Post Ewpatorija
Zuerichtal
Post Kertsch/Kreis Feodosija
aka Einlage
Neu Gawlow
Records started 1808
see Jahndorf
Om-Moskalenki
Om-Borodinowsk
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
see Friedrichsfeld
Halbstadt
Jekaterinoslaw
Beresan Gebiet
Glückstal
Krasny-Kut
Glückstal
E
1908
1854
1867
Hoffungstal
Population 57 in 1919
aka Krassnoje
M
aka Stepnoje/Rayon and
Post Molotschansk/Okrug
Melitopol
aka Archangelskoje
M
E
E
E
E
by the river BolschoiKujalnik
Glückstal
Bergdorf
aka Malaja-Kolosowa /NeuBergdorf/Grigoriopoler
Pachsteppe; population 278
in 1919
aka Woltschanowo,
Woltschij, Neu Glückstal;
population 230 in 1919
aka Tjatra
see Neu
Hoffnungstal/Odessa
Beresan
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Klein Karolinka
Klein Katerinowka
Klein Katharinental
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
Klein Konstantinowka
Klein Liebental
Klein
Klein
Klein
Klein
Liebental
Mangeapunar
Markosowka
Martynowka
Klein Neudorf
Region
Malodolynske
Novoselivka
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Klein Neudorf
Kherson/Odessa
Klein Neudorf
Klein Orlowka
Klein Ostheim
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Alt Samaraara
Klein Peterhof
Klein Radstadt
126
Podillia
District
Jekaterinowka
Rostow
Founded
Religion
1892
1892
E
S
Melekes
der Don Kosaken
Grossliebental/
Mariinskoje
Konstanza
Parish
Ostheim
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Stepanowka
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien and Kaschubia
aka Ljubimowka
E
E
1804
1897
1870
Village History
aka Ksenjewka/Malaja
Akarschal/MaloDolinskoje/Xeniewka; AgroKooperativkolchos;
populaton 587 in 1817 and
3,018 in 1943
Romanian name: Schitul
K
E
E
Taganrog
Glückstal
1858
E
Kassel
aka Malaja
Karamanowa/Nowo-Selowka;
daughter colony; 32 houses
in 1859; population 294 in
1919
see Neudorf
Chutor/Nikolajew
1855
Melekes
E
E
Veselynove, Mykolaiv,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Odessa/Nowo-Petrowsk;
population 312 in 1914
see Neu-Orlowka
see Belzes Chutor
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien and Kaschubia
aka Lenintal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Klein Rauchersdorf
Klein
Klein
Klein
Klein
Klein
Romanow
Seidemenucha
Walter
Werder
Werder
Ukrainian Name
Region
Galicia
Alt Samaraara
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Klein, Chutor
Kleindamm
Kleindorf
Orenburg
Volga
Galicia
Kleine Kolonie
Kleinfeld
Kleinfeld
Klein-Freudental
Klein-Friedenfeld
Klein-Gluckstal
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Klein-Hoffnungstal
Kleinilebental
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Klein-Karlsruhe
Klein-Konstantinovka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
127
Founded
Nisko
K
Melekes
1840
Frank
Rowenki
Aleksandronwsk
Religion
1885
E
J/M
E
K
Parish
Kurzyna Wielka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
1788
E
Bulogowsk
1875
1874
E
E
Weizendorf
Remarks
aka Kurzyna Mal a,
Rauchersdorf
aka Tolowa-Tusloff
aka Jekaterinopol
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
E
Hartfeld
1922
E
E
1925-1928
K
E
1804
1855
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Records started 1809
Settled by emigrants from
Sr.-Rogatka
Neu Kronental?
see Freudental/Odessa
E
E
E
Krasny-Kut
Grossliebental/
Mariinskoje
Village
Profile/Info.
Rayon Dmitrowka /Post
Grigorowka
South of Orenburg
Marxstadt
Jaworow
Beresan
Village History
aka Romanow; Settled aft.
1863 by colonists from
Westpolen, Oberschlesien --& Kaschubia.
Konotop
Klein Werder
Klein-Liebental
Klein-Neudorf
District
Tjatra
Hoffnungstal
Maloje Zebrikowo Schepsa
Chutor
see Liebental
This is a different village
from Neu Karlsruhe
Owidiopol
Tiraspol
aka Ksenjewka/Malaja
Akarschal/MaloDolinskoje/Xeniewka
Malaja Karamanowa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Klein-Rastatt
Klein-Romanovka
Klein-Walter
Kleinwerder
Klein-Werder
Klein-Werder
Klemusch, Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Beresan
Klimiec
Klinken, Chutor
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Skole
Klinok
Klinowoje
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Klippenfeld
Kljutschewoje
Kljutschi
Kljutschi
Kljutschinskij
Kljutschnik
Kloepfer, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
St. Petersburg
Kloestitz
Klosterdorf
Klundowo Chutor
Klundt, Chutor
Klunjikowo
Klutschi
Klutschi
Knauers, Chutor
128
Founded
Religion
1927
K
E
E
1766
K
K
Frank
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Lenintal; population 500
in 1941
Mostowje
see Jekaterinopol
Belowesh Colonies
Belowesch
see Jekaterinowka
K
E
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
M
Gnadenfeld
1862
M
After 1848, parish was
Felizienthal
Defunct after 1918
Klimiec
Rosenfeld
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Sparrau
aka Kamennyj Kut/Okrug
Melitopol/Kreis Berdjansk
Post Osnowa
see Moor
see Kronstaedter Kolonie
Grunau
Don Gebiet
Vesela Dolyna
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Orenburg
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
see Steinbach
Akkermann
Bersylav, Kherson,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Beresan
North of Orenburg
1815
1804/1805
1895
1897
E
E/K
K
Kloestitz
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/kl
oes.txt
aka Cleastita and Weseleja
Dolina
Post Berislaw,
Altschwedendorf, N of StaroShvedskaya
München
M
S
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Ostheim
see Gnadenfeld
see Moor
Defunct after 1918
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kndahul Schischman
Kneppelshutor
Kniazoluka
Kniazoluka
Knies Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Donuslaw
Knihinin Kolonia und Wies
Galicia
Stanislau
Knittel, Chutor
Knjasewka
Knjashe
Knjashnetrupetzkoje
Knoll
Knossnowka
Kobadin
Koblewo
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Dobrudscha
Kherson/Odessa
Kobyla
Kobyla Szyja
Kobylnica Ruska
Koch, Chutor
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1898
1924
Dolina
Dolina
Neu Freudental
K
E
Bolechow
Gelsendorf
1828
E
Ugartsthal
1890
S
Ostheim
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Records started 1809
adjacent to Helenental
After 1899, parish was
Stanislau
aka Matschulin Chutor,
defunct after 1918
see Fuerstenfeld
E
see Trupetzkoje
Konstanza
Beresan
1891
E
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Sambor
Sambor
Jaworow
1840
1840
K
K
K
E
Koch, Chutor
Kocktein
Kocktein
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Nowosjelowka
Kodagaj
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Kodiasy
Kodischi
Kodschalak
Bessarabia
South Caucaus
Dobrudscha
Bessarabia
Konstanza
1875
E
leased colony, population 70
in 1904
see Steinfeld
Romanian name: Domnesti
Kodschalie
Dobrudscha
Konstanza
1881
E
Romanian name: Valea
Neagrá
129
Totanai
1906
1883
1883
Romanian name: Cobadin
Kruzyki
Kruzyki
Fehlbach
aka Kobyla Szyja, after 1877
parish was Kaisersdorf
aka Kobyla
Defunct after 1 918
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Berlin
E
E
Wolost Aleksandrowka/Post
Kurman Kemeltschi
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kischinew
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1887
1887
E
Kodschambach
Kodschamback
Kodshalak
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Eupatoria
Kodschamback
Ewpatorija
Kodshanbak
Koehler
Koehler
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Ewpatorija
Kamenka
Kamenka
1767
1767
K
K
Koenigsau
Koenigsberg
Koenigsberg
Koenigschutor
Koenigshof
Koeppental
Koeppental
Koeppental
Koeppental
Koeppentalsche MTS
Kogelnik
Kogendschelga
Kogenly
Kogenly
Kogenly
Kohenli (Kaisertal)
Kohlenteich
Köhler Chutor
Kohler-Strauss-Fix
Kojanly
Kojasch
Kojasch Kangyl
Kojuschino
Kokorek
Koktein
Koktein
Koktein
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Drohobycz
Feodorowka
Lancut
1783
1881
1786
K
E
R
1882
1864
1864
M
M
M
M
1898
E
130
To-Lokotj
Dschambul
Gnadenflur
Seelmann
Seelmann
Lysanderhoeh
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Djelal
Post Agaj
Neusatz
Medenice
Rosenfeld
Koenigsburg
Rosenfeld
Wolost and Post Kodshanbak
aka Karaulney Buyerak
aka Karaulny-Bujerak
After 1846, parish was
Koenigsau
aka Grafskaja Kolonka
Records start 1784
aka Schegolow Ch. II
aka Romanowka
see Beresina/Bessarabia
Simpferopol
Byten
see Bai-Kogenly
see Kaisertal
see Kaisertal
E
Dschurtschi
Marxstadt
Kutschurgan
Odessa
K
E/K
see
see
see
see
Dshankoi
1883
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Hochheim
Hochheim
Bergstadt
Bergstadt
Athelental/Nikolajew
Hoffnungsfeld
aka Gut Boos
see Berlin
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Koktein
Koktein
Kokterek
Koktschora Kijat
Koktshetav
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Siberia
Kolatschowka
Kolb
Kolb
Kolesnikowa
Kolj
Kolodecnoje
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Kolodejewka
Kolokolzewka
Volhynia
Volga
Kolomea
Kolomea
Kolomea Wincentowka
Kolonia
Kolonia Halicka
Kolonia Niemiecka
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Kolonie bei Kowalewo
Kolonie bei Malaja Wischera
Kolonie bei Murino
Kolonie bei Porzellanfabrik
Kolonie bei Rutschji
Kolonie bei Staraja Russa
Kolonie bei Tschudowo
Kolonie Nr. 1
Kolonist
131
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Johannesfeld
see Berlin
see Romanowskoje
Perekop
Bender
Frank
Frank
1908
1767
1767
E
E
E
Leipzig
aka Colaceni; population 665
in 1939
aka Peskowatka
Peskovatka
see Gruenfeld
Om-Ljubinsk
see Tiefenbrunn
1939 mit Tscheremoschnja
zusammengelegt
Kolomea
Kolomea
E
K
Czernowitz
Kolomea
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
see
see
see
see
St. Petersburg
Novgorod
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Novgorod
Novgorod
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Founded
1872
1889
E
E
aka Kowalewo, settled by
emigrants from NeuSaratowka
Nowgorod
Settled by emigrants from
Kl.-Kolonie, Farforowka,
Kamenka
see Farforowka
see Rutschji
E
E
E
Se-Pawlodar
Riswilenskij
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Wincentowka
Cieplice
Neu Horizanna
Neu Horizanna
Nowgorod
Nowgorod
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Village Name
Kolonka
Kolonka
Kolosowa
Kolossin
Kolpiec
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Kolpino
Kolpino
Koltamak
St. Petersburg
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Koltamak
Koltomak (Schoenfeld)
Koltschanowka
Koltunowka
Komanowa
Komarow
Komarowka
Komorowice
Komsomolskoje
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
District
Drohobycz
Religion
E
1765
1765
Parish
Brigidau
Arkadak
Feodosia
Kondratjewka
Kongrat
Kongrat
Kongrat
Konopkowka
Konoplejewo
Konoplewa
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Eigenfeld
see Sofiewo
see Bergdorf/Odessa
see Maidau u. Beresowka
Records started 1786
E
E
see Schoenfeld
Wolost Ak Scheich/Post
Kolaj and Kokej
Stryj
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Village History
Settled by emigrants from
Schwaben --- aka Ishora,
Achtundzwanziger
Dshankoi
Ak-Scheich
Sl-Snamenka
Woronzowo
Komunistitscheskoje selo
Kon Keneges
Kona
Konan
Kondratjewka
132
Founded
E
1910
Gelsendorf
see Neudorf
Records started 1810
see Kassel
see Polnisch Batzdorf
see Friedenfeld
aka Leonidowka and
Ebenfeld, Nr. 6; settled by
Mennonites from Chortitza
aka Polgaratsch
M
E
see Kunan
1892
M
Santurinowka
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
1892
1885
M
E
Zuerichtal
Tarnopol
1839
E
Zaleszczyki
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rayon and Post
Konstantinowka
Zurichtal
Records started 1839
see Rosenfeld/Odessa
see Rosenfeld/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Belaja Cerkow
Konostanta
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Rayon Brusilowka
Konrat
Konstantinovka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Feodosia
Krasny-Kut
Chasaw-Jurt
Se-Pawlodar
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowka
Konstantinowko Nr. 4
Konstantinowo
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewskij
Taschkent
Krasny-Kut
Pulin
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Glückstal
Konstantowka
Galicia
Zolkiew
1822
K
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Konstantynowka
Galicia
Tlumacz
1820
E
Czernowitz
Konstanza
Dobrudscha
Konstanza
1883
gem.
Konteniusfeld
Kontrowers
Kontschi Schawa
Kontschi Schawa
Kontschinsk
Kontschi-Schawa
Konurtschi
Konurtschi, Chutor
Kopan
Kopan
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Gnadenfeld
Zydaczow
Dshankoi
Aleksandrowka
Om-Borissowsk
Alexandrowka
Taganasch
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Bohemka
1831
1899
1860
M
K
E
Machliniec
Byten
1860
1903
E
Hochheim
E
Mamut
133
Village History
Zuerichtal
1859
E
M
1909
1892
E
E
E
E
Settled by Volga Germans
Shitomir
Rostow
E
1888
1888
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Wolost Zuerichtal/Post
Zuerichtal and Itachki/Kreis
Feodosija
Kreis Bachmut
population 350 in 1905
see BethanieNr. 4
see Kostheim
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
Romanian name: Constanta
aka Zametowa/Okrug
Melitopol/Kreis Berdjansk
aka Esten
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
Post Taganasch
aka Berberowka
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Village Name
Kopan
Kopani
Kopanka
Kopenka
Kopine
Kopitz
Kopkary
Kopkary
Kopp, Chutor
Koptejewka
Koptewka
Koralowka
Koretz
Korist
Kornejewka
Kornejewka
Kornejewo Dalnyj
Kornelowka
Kornilowka
Korntal
Korntal I
Korntal II
Korologa
Korosnica
Korost
134
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Kalusz
Brody
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Berberowka/ Wolost
Bogemka/Post Taganasch
and Dshankoj
see Blumental
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Se-Pawlodar
Village History
K
1890
1893
E
E
Kalusz
Hochheim
Djelal
see Volmer
see Kupine
aka Huberowka
Post Kodshanbak
1865
E
E
Josefow
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Reintal
aka Reintal
aka Karolowka, Karlsdorf
see Wiesenfeld
Om-Moskalenki
1902
M
Zydaczow
1830
K
See Lichtenfeld/Odessa
Nowesiolo
see Friedensdorf
Alexandrowka
Akkermann
1869
1886
S
E
Ostheim/Rosenfeld
aka Malaja
Krasnoschtschokowka /
Wolost Aleksandrowka/Kreis
Taganrog
Eigenfeld
aka Cantemir I/Kantemir II;
population 199 in 1939;
extinct in 1995
Akkermann
Ewpatorija
1929
E
Eigenfeld
Dronhobycz
1833
K
Dronhobycz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Cantemir II/Kantemir II;
population 180 in 1939;
extinct in 1995
Post Kodshanbak
see Josefsberg
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Korot Kijat
Korsokowka
Kortaschowa
Kos Kudak
District
Lugansk
Glueckstal
Koschary
Koschkarewo
Koschkin, Chutor
Koschkul
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Ponjatowka
Om-Sosnowka
Kosenka
Kherson/Odessa
Ponjatowka
Kostheim
Kostjak
Kostrowzew
Kotiarjewka
Kotljarewka
Kotljarewka
Kotowa
Kotschalak
135
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Friedrichsfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Velizarove
Religion
Se-Pawlodar
Kosakowka
Koscharka
Koscharka
Kosinka
Koskelowa
Koskentschi
Koslowka
Koslowskij
Kosogerje
Kossjak
Kostakow
Founded
Bergdorf
E
aka Kozakowka/Rayon
Iwanowka
aka Kuscharka
Frische Quelle
aka Kaschary, Koshary/NE of
Kapitanivka
Defunct after 1918
see Alexandrowka
Rozdilna, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Jamburg
1886
K
1888
E
E
see Reinfeld/Odessa; Post
Razdelnaja
see Reinfeld/Odessa
Jamburg
see Iwanowka
see Neu-Elsaß/Odessa
Om-Atschairsk
Emiltschin
E
Prischib
1804
K
Golizinewka
Selidowka
Golicinowka
1885
1885
E
M
M
Emiltschin
see Reichenfeld
aka Kostjak
see Felixdorf/Odessa
aka Konstantinowo,
Kretschmanow/Kreis
Melitopol
see Kosjak
Taganrog-Jeisk
Post Selidowo
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kotschalk
Kotschetnoje
Kotschki
Kotschkowato Nr. 2
Kotschubejewka
Kotschubejewka
Kowalewo
Kowalskoje
Kowatsch
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kowatsch
Kherson/Odessa
District
Founded
Religion
Eupatoria
1888
E
Om-Ljubinsk
Ts-Tschudinowo
Kl. Grigorjewka
1869
K
Parish
Djelal
E
see Kosakowka, Okrug
Lugansk
aka Ziegendorf
see Neu Elsass
aka Friedenfeld/Odessa
E
aka Werchnaja Grjasnucha
or Verkhnaya Grasnukha
Nisko
Kraft
Kraft Chutor
Kraimionowka
Kraje, Chutor
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Kamenka
Beresan
Om-Borodinowsk
Krakau
Krakau
Kramatorskaja
Kranzberg
Galicia
Galicia
Kharkow
Galicia
Krakau
Krakau
Sambor
1784
K
Rostow
Dublany
Krasiczyn
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
1844
K
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Krasiczyn
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
1844
E
Lemberg
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Wolodarsk
Akkermann
Akkermann
1814
1814
E
K
E
Shitomir
Kischinew
Krasna
136
Remarks
aka Zindler
see Hoelzel
Petricho-Kowatsch Peterstal
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Krasnoye
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Neukron
see Neukron
see Kolonie bei Kowalewo
see Bogodarowka
see Blumental/Nikolajew
Kozakowka
Koziarnia
Kozlowka
Krabba Chutor
Kraft
Krasn. Retschka
Krasna
Krasna
Village History
1812
Hoffnungstal
Om-Moskalenki
1767
K
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rudnik
Krakau Podgorze
Records started 1781; aka
Krakow
aka Krakow
aka Krasnoretschka, Rotsee
aka Crasna and Krasnoje
aka Crasna and Krasnoje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Galicia
Krasna
Krasna
Krasna, Chutor
Krasnenka
Krasnjanka
Krasnojar
Krasnojar
Krasnojarowka
Krasnopolje
Krasnopolje
Krasnopolje
Krasnopolje
Krasnopolje
Krasnoretschka
Krasnoryarovka
Krasnorynowka
Krasnowka
Krasnowka
Krasnowka
Krasnowka
Krasnoyar
Krasny, Kut
Krasnydwor
Krasnyj
Krasnyj Dwor
Krasnyj Kut
Krasnyj Numer
Krasny-Kut
Krasow
137
Region
Krasnoye
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
St. Petersburg
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
District
Founded
Kalusz
Religion
E
Parish
Remarks
aka Krasnoje/Rayon Tiligulo
Berezan/Wolost
Aleksanderfeld; see
Alexanderfeld/Nikolajew
1767
see Peterhofer Kolonie
see Lippertstal
see Schoental
aka Krasnojarowka
see Krasnojar
see Wasserreich
see Schoenfeld
see Krasna
see Preuss
E
see Krasnaja Retschka
see Keller
Aleksandronewsk
see Schoenau
Marxstadt
Krasny-Kut
1767
1859
Baranowka
Krasnoryarovka
E
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Krasny-Kut
Lemberg
see Krasnyj Dwor
Rayon Karl Marx
aka Krasnydwor
Rayon Woznesensk/Post
Woznesensk
see Landskrone
Zaporoshje
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Galicia
Village
Profile/Info.
Ugartsthal
Odessa
Marxstadt
Village History
1859
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Dornfeld
Records started 1788
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Village Name
Krassikow
Krassilowka
Krassna
Krassna
Krassnaja Dolina
Krassnaja Kolonka
Krassnaja Poljana
Krassneipopas
Krassnij, Chutor
Krassnojar
Krassnojarskoje
Krassnoje
Krassnoje selo
Krassnokutzkoje
Krassnopol
Krassnopolje
Krassnopolje
Krassnoselskoje
Krassnowka
Krassnowka
Krassnyj Ch.
Krassnyj Jar
Krassnyj Kut
Krassnyj Plug
Krassnyj Popas
Krassowskij
Kratowka Chutor
Kratz
Kratz
Kratzke
Kratzke
138
Ukrainian Name
Region
Orenburg
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Ufa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
District
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
Jarun
Alexanderfeld
Dawlekanowo
Om-Borissowsk
Ak-Revoljuzionnaja
Founded
Religion
1890
M
E
K
K
1870
1870
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Til. Beresan
aka Alexanderfeld
see Schoental
see Johannesfeld
see Rotfeld
see Nr. 10
1894
1905
Settled by Volga Germans.
E
see Kleefeld
Arkadak
Ak-Promyschlennaja
Krassnopolje
TO-Barabinsk
Om-Moskalenki
Luxemburg
Mi-Jenissej
1910
1868
M
E
M
1924
1913
E
M
aka Dmitrowka, Nr. 3;
Settled by Mennonites from
Chortitza
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Schoenfeld
see Wasserreich Nr. 18
Ludwigstal
Wilhelmsfeld
see Irtysch
see Neu-Gruental
Om-Ljubinsk
see Rotweide
Sl-Andrejewsk
Beresan
Unterwalden
Frank
Frank
K
E
1766
1767
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
München
aka Potschinnaja
Potshennoye
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kratzke
Kraukomysch
Volga
North Siberia
Kraus
Krause
Krauter, Chutor
Krechowka
Kremianka
Kremidowo
Kremjanka
Kremljowskij
Krepotkino
Kreschatten
Kreschatten
Kreschtschenka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Tschernigew
Crimea/Taurida
Krestjanskij
Krestowo
Krestowoi Bujerak
Krestowoi Bukerak
Krestowoi-Bujerak
Krestowskoje
Kretschhof
Kretschmanow
Kretschtschatik
Kreuszenach
Kreuzenach
Krilinsk
Krimer, Chutor
Krimskij
Krinitschin
Krinitschka
Krinitschka
Kriwenko
139
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kharkow
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Ahrenfeld
see Karamysch
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Beresan (Nord)
Zydaczow
Baraschi
Om-Borodinowsk
Krapotkin
Belowesh Colonies
K
Straßburg
E
K
Sokolow
1902
E
M
1766
E
Heimthal
Chutor or railway station
see Kremjanka
see Zentner Chutor
aka Kremianka
Belowesh
see Karlsruhe
Arkadak
Ta-Mary
1910
1892
aka Borisopol, Nr. 2; Settled
by Mennonites from
Chortitza
M
E
see Frank
see Mueller
Ak-Promyschlennaja
see Krzeczow
see Kostheim
Belowesch
Romanowka
1802
1880
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Pjatigorsk
see Krylinsk
see Krimskij
aka Krimer Chutor
Rostow
see Bergstadt
see Bergstadt
Kreis Slawjanoserbsk
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kriwijar
Kriwojar
Kriwojar Numer
Kriwojar Numer
Kriwowskoje
Kriwowskoje
Krjukowo
Krjutschkowo
Krochmal
Krochmal
Krochmal
Kroll Chutor
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Krollen, Chutor
Kronau
Kronberg
Kronental
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Kronental
Kronental
Kronental
Kronental (Bulganak)
Pozharske
District
K
K
K
E
Arzis
Kronau
1882
1870
E
E
Rosenfeld
Kronau
Simpferopol
1810
E/K
1878
E
Akkermann
Simpferopol
Bulganak
Jekaterinoslaw
Kronsfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Zaporoshje
Kronsfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
140
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Brunnental
Friedensdorf
Friedrichsfeld
Ober-Monjou
see Werbowe
see Lindenau
Kronsdorf
Kronsgarten
Kronstadt
Religion
see
see
see
see
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Josifowka/Josefstal
Krutojarowka
Neusatz
aka Begonienfeld, defunct
after 1918
aka Wysokopolje , Nr. 4
see Michailowka
aka Bulganak
Stawropol
German Colonies of Neusatz
aka Deutsch-Chaginsk
Neusatz
Wolost Bulganak /Post
Bulgansk, Simferopol and
Bachtschisaraj
Grunau
aka Kazenoselsk /Kreis
Aleksandrowsk, see
Kasjanoselsk
1810
aka Udelenskaja /Rayon and
Post Chortitza
1824
E
1780
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Hochstaedt
aka Prosjanoje, Nowyj
Numer/Kreis Melitopol
aka Polowitza, Polowica
/Rayon Karl Marx/Kreis
Nowomoskowsk
aka Nikolajewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kronstadt
Jekaterinoslaw
Kronstadt
Kronstadt
Kronstadt colony
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Volga
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Kronstaedter Kolonie
Kronstal
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Nidolajewka /Wolost
Santurinowka/Rayon
Sheleznyj/Post New York
Artemowsk
SlBlagoweschtschensk
1705
1809
Chortitza
E
1809
1809
E
M
1789
1885
M
E
Kronstadt
Oranienbaum
aka Klutschinskij, settled by
emigrants from Inowolodz
a.d.
aka Dolinsk
aka Wladimirowka,
Staruj/Orurn Zaporoshjo
aka Nemetzkaja Makaraba
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Chortitza
Krontal
Jekaterinoslaw
Zaporoshje
Krontal
Krontal
Kruglenkij
Kruglik
Kruglik
Krugloje
Krupina
Kruposchin
Krutojarowka
Krutojarowka
Krutojarowka
Krutoje
Krutsch
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Glueckstal
Atbasar
Om-Sosnowka
E
E
Kruzyki
Krylinsk
Galicia
Volhynia
Sambor
Emiltschin
K
E
Kruzyki
Emiltschin
After 1877, par ish was
Kaisersdorf
aka Krilinsk
Krynica
Galicia
Drohobycz
R
Josefsberg
Records started 1791; aka
Kiernitz
Kronsweide
Krontal
141
Volodymyrivke
Ts-Tschudinowo
Jamburg
Emiltschin
Rynowka
aka Dolinsk/Rayon, Wolost
and Post Chrotitza
1867
1867
E
E
Glückstal
Tiraspol
E
E
Jamburg
Emiltschin
Elisabethgrad
aka Timusch/Kreis
Tiraspol/Post Pawlowka
Timusch
see Alexanderheim
see Scheich-Eli
see Antonowka
see Graf
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Krytschak
Krzeczow
Krzywulanka
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Ewpatorija
Bochnia
Zolkiew
Krzywulanka
Ksenjewka
Ksenjewka
Ksenjewka
Ksenjewka
Ksenofontowa
Ksiaznice
Kubanka
Kubcowo
Kubrino
Kubzowo
Kudahul Donahusaka
Kudahul Schischman
Kudaihull
Kudasch
Kudasch
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Novgorod
Galicia
Orenburg
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Zolkiew
Petropawlowsk
Kudaschowka
Kudijgul
Kuest, Chutor
Kuhnersdorf
Kujalkin
Kujalnik
Kujanly
Kujbijschew
Kujeran
Kujeran
Kukkus
142
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Samara
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Founded
1783
1837
Religion
E
E
K
E
Parish
Neu Gawlow
Josefow
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kiptschak Karalar/Post
Ewpatorija
aka Ktretschhof
Records started 1806
Kamionka
Strumilowa
aka Schoenfeld
see Klein-Liebental
Klein-Liebental
Om-Issyl-Kulj
see Xenofontowa
see Fuerstenau
North of Orenburg
1895
M
see Oberdorf
see Neu-Andrianowka
see Obersdorf
Donuslaw
Donuslaw
Eupatoria
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
1888
1898
1888
1895
E
E
E
Djelal
Djelal
Neusatz
Post Kodshanbak
Kriowj Rog
Rayon Adamowka/ Post
Boshedarowka
Ewpatorija
aka Kutaihul
Danahosowka/Wolost
Donuzlaw/Post Ewparorija
Neusatz
Katarhai
see Nesselrode/Odessa
see Nesselrode/Odessa
see Rappheim
see Samara
Simpferopol
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neusatz
Neusatz
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
Kukkus
Kukkus
Kukkus
Kukkus
Kukkus
Kukkuskij
Kukkuskij
Kul Oba
Kul Oba
Kulaly
Kulanskij
Kulbaschewo
Kulelie
Dobrudscha
Kulewtschea
Kulikowa
Kulikowo, Chutor
Kulikowy Kopany
Kulischi
Kullar Kiptschak
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Ufa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kullar Kuptschak
Kullar-Kiptschak (Wertheim)
Kulm
Kuloba
Kuloba (Hoffnungstal)
Kulomsino
Kulschanka
Kultura
Kulturfeld
143
Podgornoye
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
District
Kukkus
Pallasowka
Kukkus
Pallasowka
Founded
Religion
1767
E
E
K
E
E
1767
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neubrabant/Volskoye
aka Neubrabant, Wolskoje
see Hoffnungstal
see Hoffnungstal
Slawgorod
E
Zaporoshje
Konstanza
K
Akkermann
Budjonowka
Dawlekanowo
1894
E
E
M
1880
E
E
Rayon Podrowsk/ Post
Pokrowsk
Romanian name: Colelia
Sarata
Rosenfeld
aka Culevcea and Kolesnoje
Stawropol
Emiltschin
Rayon Dshankoj/
Wolost
Dshurtschi/Post
Djurmen
Dschurtschi
Akkermann
Totonai
Omsk
Krasny-Kut
see Westheim/Wertheim
see Westheim
1880
1815
1883
1883
E
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kulm
Totonai
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/ku
lm.txt
aka Culm and Podgornoje
see Hoffnungstal
aka Nowo-Omsk
see Tiegerweide
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Kulturnyj Pachar
Kuma Regiion
Kumitsky
Kumschaka I
Kunam
Kunz
Ufa
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volga
Aleschewo
Baraschow
Unterwalden
E
Kunzendorf
Kunzendorf
Kuotoksaj
Kupine
Kupnowice Nowe
Kupper Chutor
Kupzowo
Kupzowo
Kurdjumowka
Kurdjumowka
Kurgany
Kurganyj
Kurilowka
Kurjanowka
Kurman
Kurnakowo Lipowo
Kurnawa
Kurnawa
Kurris Chutor
Kursaj
Kursakowa
Kursakowo
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Biala
Biala
Aktjubinsk
Sudilkow
E
K
E
E
Biala
Lipnik
E
Lugansk
Rostow
Kursakowo II
Kurt Itschki
Kurt Itschki
Kurt Itschki (Ebenfeld)
Kuru Djaga Scheich
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Taras Schewtschenko
144
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1894
1910
see Aleksandrowka
see Katharinental
aka Konan
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Lipnik, records started
1708
aka Lipnik
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Kopine
see Neu Kupnowitz
Beresan
Artjomowsk
1890
E
E
Jarun
Rosenfeld
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kreis Bachmjut
see Gruenfeld
see Alt Montal
aka Bodji
Frank
Frank
Beresan (Nord)
see Michailowka
see Alexanderfeld
see Alexanderfeld/Odessa
Bohemka
Tabuldi
1880
E
1880
1920
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Kusakowo II; population
302 in 1926
see Ebenfeld
see Ebenfeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kuru-Djaga-Scheich
Crimea/Taurida
Kurudjika
Bessarabia
Kurudschika
Kurulu Kipschak
Kurz Chutor
Kurzyna Mala
Kurzyna Wielka
Kusakowa
Kuscharka
Kuschum I
Kuschum II
Kusel Kui
Kushum I
Kushum II
Kuskowoje
Kusmitzky
Kusnezowka
Kussaka
Kustanay
Kustarew
Kustarewa
Kustarewo
Kustarewo Krasnorynowka
Kustarnaja
Kutaihul - Danahosowka
Kutasch
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kuterja
Kutjeinikowskaja
Kutjewka
Kutjuke
Kutjuki
Orenburg
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
145
District
Tabuldi
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1820
see Ginzburgdorf/Bessarabia
Bender
1881
Akkermann
E
Leipzig
E
Posttal
see KleiRauchersdorf
see Gross Rauchersdorf
seeAlexanderfeld/Odessa
see Koscharka/Odessa
aka Zuerich
aka Zuerich
see Siebenbrunn
Zuerich
Zuerich
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Archangelskoje
Chorititza
Alexandronewsk
aka Curudjica and
Suchowatoje
see Westheim
1824
E
aka Wickerau
see Alexanderkrone
see Neu-Priwainoje
see Neu-Kolonie
see Fuerstental
see Kudajgul
Post Ewpatorija
Ewpatorija
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
1890
M
1875
M
1878
M
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Neu-Kreschatten
Post Djurman
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kutoksaj
Kutschuk Abei
Kutschuk Abei
Kutschuk Achtatschi
Kutschuk Ak Tatschi
Kutschuk Bijuk Toganasch
Kutschuk Burasch
Kutschuk Toksoba
Kutschuk Tschutscha
Kutschurgan
Kuttenberg
Kutter
Kutuki
Kutusowka
Kutusowo
Kazakhstan
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kuyeran
Kuznecewkn
Kwasny Kowka
Kwasowskij
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Siberia
Kyr Itschki
Kyrk
Kyrk
Labarowka
Laczki
Laczko
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Ladekopp
Ladonowka
146
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
District
Akjubinsk
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Founded
Religion
1911
1894
E
E
1890
E
Parish
Djelal
Neusatz
Byten
Remarks
aka Abaj/Post Kodshanbak
Post Saki
see Neu-Toganasch
Post Ajbar
Post Ablam
see Annenfeld
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Dschurtschi
Pulin
Village
Profile/Info.
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
Ewpatorija
Kutschurgan
Jaworow
Village History
1792
E
E
Hartfeld
E
Heimthal
Records started 1788
see Brehning
1878
see Guldendorf/Odessa
German leased colonies of
Neusatz
see Wickeran
Pallasowka
Om-Ljubinsk
Feodosia
Feodosia
Simpferopol
Semipalatinsk
Zuerichtal
Hochheim
Kreis Feodosija /Post Itschki
Post Itschki
Post Simferopol
M
see Wiesendorf
see Wiesendorf
Halbstadt
1806
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Sadowoje, Lodkup/Orug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
see Johannesfeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Ladzkie Szlacheckie
Laer
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Lagekolonie
Lambert
Lamsaki
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Lamsaki Sowchoz
Kherson/Odessa
Lancut
Galicia
Landau
Landestreu
Landgraf
Landgut
Landrichter
Landshut
Shyrokolanivka
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Sitauerowka
Matw.-Kurgan
1912
Settled by emigrants from
Kolpino
see Stern/Odessa
see Lomsaki/Odessa
E
see Lomsaki
Sowchoz/Odessa
Lancut
Beresan
Kalusz
R/K
1809/10
1783
K
E
Koenigsberg/
Lancut
Landau
Ugartsthal
aka Landshut
aka Dwenadzatj Krinizy/Neu
Marianowka/Schirokolaniwk
a' 1859 had 202 houses;
population 470 in 1811 and
2,598 in 1943
Records started 1784
aka Rudnjewo
E
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engles
Landskrone
Landstrassenort
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Gnadenfeld
Gorjatschewodsk
Lanerowka
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
147
Founded
population 17 in 1926
see Lancut
1837
aka Chiebnoje, Krasnyj
Numer/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Moloschansk/Kreis Berdjansk
M
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Busk
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Village Name
Langenberg
Langenfeld
Langut
Langwald
Lany
Lany Niemieckie
Lapot
Larga
Ukrainian Name
Poniativka
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Bessarabia
District
Founded
Religion
Taras Schewtschenko/
Ponjatowka, now
Rozdilna, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Krasny-Kut
1888
1860
K
E
Korostyschew
Bobrka
Bender
Lariewka
Laschanowka
Laszki Murowwane
Latschinowo
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Nikolajew/Poltawka
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Lemberg
Latschinowo
Lattendorf
Laub
Laube
Kharkow
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Barwenkowo
Laufendorf
Lauwe
Lawarow
Lawoczne
Lebed
Galicia
Volga
North Caucasus
Galicia
Volhynia
148
1882/1891/
1896
Parish
Langenberg
E
K/E
Radomysl
Bobrka/ Lemberg
K/E
Kischinew (1904 /
Emmental-Bistum
Jassy (1939)
K
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Lemberg
1899
E
Charkow
Kukkus
1767
E
Neu Sandez
Kukkus
Minwodsk
Skole
Emiltschin
1783
1767
E
E
M
E/K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Stadlo
Stryj/Skole
Emiltschin
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Ponjatowka; population
379 in 1914 and 566 in 1943
aka Gorodeckaja Zehnte
Records started 1778
see Deutsch Lany
leased colony; population 65
in 1904 and 110 in 1939
Place of Birth of Nicholas
Schardt, co-owner of the
hardware store, and Bakosch
Schatdt in Odessa (turnover
in 1915
aka Ulaschanowka
Records started 1778
see Mariental
Okrug Izjum/Post Danilowka
aka Rownopol/Post Kaolin
aka Tarlyk
see Lauwe
Records started 1787; aka
Biegonice
Laube/Jablonovka
aka Lawarowo
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
North Siberia
North Siberia
Galicia
Volga
North Caucasus
Lechner
Ledinowka
Lednica Niemiecka
Leichtling
Leinfeld
Leipzig
Region
Serpneve
Bessarabia
District
Founded
Religion
1767
K
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Om-Atschairsk/ OmSosnowka
Ak-Petropawlowsk
Kamenka
Bessarabia/
Akkermann
1815
E
1810
1767
K
K
Leitershausen
Leitsinger
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Prischib
Lemberg
Lemberg
Lemeschkino
Leninberg
Lenindorf
Lenindorf
Lenindorf
Leninfeld
Leninfeld
Leninfeld
Leninfeld
Leninfeld
Leningrad
Lenintal
Lenintal
Lenintal
Lenintal
Lenintal
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
Volga
Volhynia
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Lemberg
Lemberg
E
K
Krasny-Kut
E
Lenintal
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
149
Parish
see Deutsch Lednica
aka Ilawla or Ilawlja
Tarutino (1904) /
Leipzig (1939)
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/lei
pzig.txt
aka Serpnewoje /Skinos;
1859 had 133 houses;
population 273 in 1858 and
2,302 in 1939
aka Milowidowka,
Christianow/Kreis Melitopol
Kustareva
Lemberg
aka Lwow, ecords started
1778
aka Lwow
aka Fl. Gaschon
see Kir-Bailar
aka Lenowka
Golodajewka
see Anissowka
see Georgsfeld
Mariental
Ambrossiewka
Grossliebental
Beresan
Odessa
Mariental
K
1925
see Rogowka
see St. Petersburg
aka Samarskj-Ch.
aka Adolfstal
see Klein-Rastatt
aka Neuland; by Bergdorf
E
E
K
E
1910
1925
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Owidiopol
created new in the Soviet
period
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Village Name
Lenintal
Lenintal
Lenintal
Lenowka
Leonidowka
Leonidowka
Leonidowka Nr. 3
Leonowskoje
Leopoldsdorf
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu
Karlsruhe/Nikolajew
see Klein Rastatt/Odessa
see Schardt Chutor/Odessa
see Lenindorf
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Galicia
Village History
Santurinowka
1889
Okrug Artemowsk /Rayon
Sheleznyj/Post New York &
Konstantinowka
see Komunistitscheskoje
1889
M
M
M
New-Jork
1870
K
Weldzirz
see Alexanderfeld
Dolina
aka Leova; created new in
the Soviet period; initially
only artisans and tradesmen;
population 80 in 1939
Leowa
Lepeticha
Lepeticha
Lerisk Chutor
Lermanstal
Lesa
Leschkarow
Lesnaja
Lesnaja
Lesnaja
Lesnaja Rudnja
Lesnik
Lesniowice
Lesnoi
Lesnoi Karamysch
Lesnoje
Lesnol
150
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kahul
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Beresan
1902
E
E
Neu-Sarata
Djelal
K
München
Post Saki
see Balmas/Bessarabia
Prochladnaja
Prochladnaja
Romanow
Lemberg
E
E
E
Fedorowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
Dornfeld
see Fuerstendorf
see Lesnaja Rudnja
see Waldheim
aka Lesnaja
Records started 1788
aka Ples
see Grimm
see Waldheim
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Lesowaja
Lesowka
Lesowschtschisna
Lesski
Lessnoi-Karamysch
Lessnoje
Lesy Alt
Lesy Neu
Lesy-Alt
Lesy-Neu
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Letnia
Lewandowka
Lewandowka
Lewenskoje
Lezajsk
Lezajsk
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Galicia
Libesarowka
Licholetowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Lichtenau
Lichtenfeld
Lichtenfeld
Lichtental
151
Crimea/Taurida
District
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engles
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
K
Langenberg
E
Shitomir
see Waldeck
aka Lesowschtschina
see Rosenwald
aka Alt-Lesy
aka Neu-Lesy, Friedrichstal
Eupatoria
Eupatoria
Kambar
Kambar
1889
1891
1889
1891
E
E
Byten
Byten
Drohobycz
Lemberg
Lemberg
1785
R
E
K
Josefsberg
Lemberg
Zimna Woda
Lancut
Lancut
R
K
Koenigsberg
Wola Zarzycka
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engles
K
Langenberg
Records started 1791; aka
Sommerau
Records started 1778
see Annental
Records started 1784
Mariafeld
Halbstadt
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan/
Isajewsk/Petrowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Bessarabia
Founded
Akkermann
1804
1867
M
aka Bereshonoje , Nr.
6/Okrug Melitiopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
E
aka Amborowo/ Ambrose/
Ambrosjewo/ Kornejewo
Dalnyj; AgroKooperativkolchos;
population 153 in 1905 and
420 in 1926
Worms/Johannestal
E
1834
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Sarata
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/lic
htent.txt
aka Swetlodollinskoje
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Village Name
Lichterfeld
Lichtfelde
Lichtfelde
Lichtfelde Nr. 1
Lider
Lidjewka
Lidowka
Liebanau
Liebenau
Liebenfeld
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Liebental
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Volga
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
152
Founded
Religion
1899
K
Parish
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see GljadeNr. 1
Halbstadt
Sl-Snamenka
1819
1908
Halbstadt
Krapotkin
M
M
M
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Tschistopole/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Petrowka
see Trudowoje
Nowograd-Wolynsk
M
aka Chasarowka/ Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Moloschansk/Kreis Berdjansk
1885
E
K
Weizendorf
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien and
Kaschubia; aka Ljubimowka
aka Ljubimaja, Ternowa
1908
E
E
Stawropol
1823
1848
Melekes
Rowenki
Bobrikow
Kursawskoje
Stawropol
Sl-Orlow
Mariental
1909
1869
K
K
M
NowNikolajewka
Nowo-Nikolajewka
aka Resch-Chutor
aka Liwonskoje
aka Brussilowka
aka Otradnoje
aka Nikolajewka /Rayon and
Post Nowo Nikolajewka
Zaporoshje
Liebental
Liebental, Chutor
Liebenthal
Liebigs, Chutor
District
Prischib
1851
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kreis Aleksandrowsk and
Pawlograd/Post Zaliwnoje
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Village Name
Liebknechtowka
Liebknechtowka
Liebknechtsdorf
Liebknechtsdorf
Liedtka, Chutor
Liesowka
Ligowo
Lilienfeld
Lilienfeld
Lind
Lindau
Lindau
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
St. Petersburg
North Caucasus
Volga
North Siberia
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
District
Founded
Religion
Golizinowo
Grigoripoliskaja
Mariental
Om-Ljubinsk
1885
E
M
E
1848
E
1879
E
E
Alt Samaraara
Melekes
Lindenau
Galicia
Cieszanow
1783
E
Lindenau
Lindenau
Lindenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Halbstadt
Seelmann
1804
1864
E
M
Lindenfeld
Lindental
Galicia
Volhynia
Lemberg
Pulin
153
North Siberia
Volga
Galicia
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Kitai
Post Semikolodcy
see Grossfuerstental
see Alexanderdorf
Defunct after 1918
Kertsch
Lindenau
Lindental
Linejewka
Linewo Osero
Lipnik
Lipow Kut
Lipowica
Lipowiec
Lipowka
Lipowka
Lipowka
Parish
own parish after 1906
Ssuchum
Esthonia settlement
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
M
Reichau
Records started 1788; aka
Lipowiec
aka Krjutschkowo/Rayon
Molotschansk
see Lipowo
Pawlograd
Ak-Koktschetaw
1783
1900
E
E
Dornfeld
Shitomir
K
Dolina
E
Ugartsthal
Polonnoje
E
Shitomir
aka Lubianka; Records
started 1788
aka Lipowka
Rayon Petropawlowsk/Post
Slawgorod
aka Stesselowka
see Hussenbach
see Kunzendorf
see Urbach
Records started 1785
see Lindenau
see Schaefer
see Lindental
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Lipowka Rothermei
Lipow-Kut
Lipowo
Lipowo
Lipowo Romanowka
Lipperstahl
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Volga
Fedorowka
1869
E
Kamyschewacha
1889
1889
1906
E
E
K
Lippertstal
Lisowice
Lissitschje
Lissitza
Lisski
Listowka
Listowka
Listwjanka
Litowo Kut
Littke, Chutor
Litwinowka
Liwanowka
Liwonskoje
Ljachowo
Ljapina
Ljatoschinka
Ljazine
Ljesnoje
Ljesowka
Ljubachin
Ljubimaja
Ljubimaja
Ljubimowka
Ljubimowka
Ljubimowka
Ljubimowka
Ljubimowskoje
Ljubin
Volga
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Mariental
Dolina
E
E
Wolodarsk
Saliwnoje
1883
E
E
M
1823
M
154
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Orenburg
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Parish
Rostow
Rynowka
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Lindenfeld
Kreis Bachmut
see Lippertstal
Alexandronewsk
Omsk
Gelsendorf
Heimthal
aka Lipperstahl , Krasnjanka
Records started 1809
see Neudorf
aka Niw
aka Lesski
aka Eigenheim
see Schoenbaum
aka Schoenbaum
see Alexandertal
Taganrog
TO-Barabinsk
see Liebental
see Wiesental/Odessa
see Weinberg
Lugansk
Post Rowenki
Ak-Koktschetaw
North of Orenburg
Se-Pawlodar
see Weinberg
see Rosenwald
see Waldeck
see Lubachin
see Liebental
Rayon Rowenee
see Klein Liebental
Post Sofijewka
E
1901
1919
K
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Til. Beresan
Weisengrund Ch. Neusatz
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Ljubin
Ljubine
Ljubinowka
Ljubomirowka
Ljubomirowka
Ljugardin
Lobrowka
Lodsjanowka
Logen, Chutor
Lomonosow
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
St. Petersburg
Neusatz
Lomsaki
Kherson/Odessa
Petrowerowsk
Lomsaki Sowchoz
Kherson/Odessa
Petrowerowsk
Lomsaki-Deutsch
Kherson/Odessa
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
London
Lopuszna
Loran
Loskarowo
Losowa
Losowaja
Losowo
Lothringen
North Siberia
Galicia
Louis
Lubachin
Lubaczow
Lubianka
Lubien Wielki
Lubnica
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
155
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Founded
1872
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Zaregol, Caregol
Ljubino/Rayon Tilgulo
Berezan/Post Kurisowo
Pokrowsk
see Ljubin
E
Om-Issyl-Kulj
see Fuerstental Nr. 5
Akmolinsk
see Lugardia
Pulin
E
Shitomir
see Freudental
see Oranienbaum
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Rohatyn
Beresan
E
Neu Freudental
aka Lamsaki; population 71
in 1926
aka Lamzaki Sowchoz;
population 16 in 1926
population 105 in 1926
K
1912
K
K
aka Terekschi
Podwysokie
by Petrowka
M
see Klein-Werder
see Weidenfeld
Om-Issyl-Kulj
see Kary Chutor/Odessa
Mariental
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Cieszanow
Grodek Jagiellonki
1766
1783
K
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Reichau
E
Hartfeld
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Ostrogowka or
Ostrogovka
aka Ljubachin
Records started 1788
see Lindenfeld
Records started 1809
see Lubnitz
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Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Kolbuszowa
Kolbuszowa
Beresan
Beresan
Zydaczow
Tschernjachow
E
Shitomir
Ludobajewka
Ludwigsdorf
Ludwigsdorf
Ludwigsdorf
Ludwigstal
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Taras Schewtschenko
K
Neu Liebental
Potiewka
Dshankoi
1883
E
E
Radomysl
Hochheim
see Lustig Chutor
see Ludwikowka
aka Morogowka
aka Meschen
Ludwigstal
Jekaterinoslaw
Alexandrowsk
1828
E
Ludwigstal
aka Romanowka / Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Hochheim
aka Meschen/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kolaj/Kreis
Perekop
Crimea/Taurida
Ludwigstal (Meshen)
Ludwigsthal
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ludwikowka
Ludwikowka
Luft
Luft
Luga
Luganowskoje
Lugansk
Lugansk
Lugansk ( ij)
Lugardia
Lugowaja
Lugowaja Grjasnucha
Galicia
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
156
K
K
München
Zurawno
Remarks
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Ludwigstal
Ranischau
Tszesowka
Village
Profile/Info.
Lubnitz
Lubnitz
Lubo-Alexandrowka
Lubo-Alexandrowka Chutor
Lubsza
Luck
Ludkop
Ludmilowka
1835
E
K
Village History
aka Lubnica
see Luzk
see Ladekopp
Dshankoi
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Dolina
Pulin
Krasny-Kut
Fedorowka
1832
K
E
Weldzirz
Shitomir
Russian city with Germans
see Lugansk
aka Rundewiese
aka Luganowskoje
E
Alexandronewsk
Se-Pawlodar
Sl-Andrejewskij
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1832
E
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Ludwigsdorf, parish
later was Ludwikowka
aka Ljudwikowka
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Ljugardin
see Wiesental
see Schulz
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Lugowka
Lugowoi
Lugowoje
Lugowoje
Lugowoje
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Lugowsk
Lugowskoje
Luisen
Luisendorf
Luisental
Luisental, Chutor
Orenburg
Volga
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Luisino
Lukinskij
Lukow
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Lunga
Luntscha
Lushanka
Lusino
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Lustdorf
Lustig Chutor
Lustigstal
Lustigstal
Luszyca
157
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alexanderhrone/Odessa
Sl-Snamenka
1909
M
see Blumental
see Gruental
Pleschanow/ NeuSamara
1890
Nikolajew/Jelanez
Wolodarsk
S
1849
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Wiesenmuller
see Luisino
aka Lusiendorf
M
E
Neuhoffnung
aka Lyssino; Luisen, settled
by emigrants from NeuSaratowka
Peterhof
Om-Borodinowsk
see Freudental
Bender
1907
E
Omsk
1903
M
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Grossliebental
Dshankoi
Kurman-Kemeltschi
Simpferopol
Galicia
Kielce-ausserhalb
Galizien
1804/1805
E
E
M
population 163 in 1939;
extenct in 1995
see Seebach/Odsessa
see Katzbach/Bessarabia
Mathildendorf
Odessa
Hochheim
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/lu
stdorf.txt
aka
Chernomorka/Kaisersheim/
Olgino; 1859 had 45 houses;
population 503 in 1825 and
508 in 1919
aka Ludwigsdorf
Post Bijuk Onlar
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Records started 1783
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Lutschinsk
Lutschistaja
Lutsk
Lutz
Lutz
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Lutz Chutor
Lutz u. Bichler
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Luxemburg
Bessarabia
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg
Luxemburg 2
Luzek Dolny
Luzern
Bessarabia
Kharkow
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
South Caucaus
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Galicia
Volga
Luzk
Luzk
Lwor Nr. 3
Lwow
Lwow Nr. 1
Lysanderdorf
Lysanderhoeh
Lysandrowka
Lyssino
158
St. Petersburg
Volga
North Caucasus
Galicia
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Volga
St. Petersburg
District
Founded
Religion
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Beresan
Beresan
E
Beresan
E
Akkermann
1929
E
Parish
Straßburg
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Chutor or railway station
see Schoendorf
by Tarassowka
by Domanewka
by Domanewka; a few km
north of the village Lutz
see Saja
Posttal
aka Luxemburul Nou and zu
Basarjanka; population 83 in
1939
see
Hoffmannsfeld/Bessarabia
Baba-Jurt
Gorjatschewodsk
Krapotkin
Ak-Atbasar
1923
1920
aka Romanowka
E
E
see Jelisawetowka
see Katharinenfeld
Drohobycz
Jamburg
Jamburg region
Baba-Jurt
1938
1805
1767
1767
1931
K
E
Dublany & Sambor
Jamburg
Settled by emigrants from
Bayr. Pfalz --- aka Luck,
Neu-Luck
M
see Lemberg
see Chartsch Nr. 2
see Neu-Messer
Lysanderhoeh
1861
M
see Luisino
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German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
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Village Name
Lyssyje Gori
M. Bykowka
Macharowka
Machliniec
Maidan
Maidan
Maidan Golyschewskij
Maidorf
Maienheim
Maier
Maier
Maier Roth
Maiers, Chutor
Maifeld
Maihefer
Maijowskij
Mainfeld
Maiorhof
Maital
Majanka
Majanka
Majanka
Majanka
Majchrowka
Majdan
Majdhof
Majenheim
Majkowice
Majorowskoje
Majorski
Makarenko
159
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
District
Founded
Pulin
Zydaczow
Emiltschin
Mariental
Kukkus
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
Shitomir
aka Majchrowka
1825
K
E
Kochawina &
Nowesiolo
Heimthal
After 1842, parish was
Machliniec
aka Maidan Goly schewskij
see Maydan
see Maidan
1926
K
see Japundschi
1890
E
Djelal
Josephstal
aka Japundschi
Rayon Magdalinowka
E
Shitomir
aka Syngory
see Maiers Chutor
Krasny-Kut
Om-Atschairsk
Om-Borodinowsk
Krasny-Kut
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
see Macharowka
Baraschi
Bochnia
Ak-Objedinjennaja
aka Bettinger
aka Zuerich
aka Basel
aka Schaffhausen
K
E
E
1784
E
Om-Kalatschinsk
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Krkau-Podgorze
aka Maidan
see Ranischau
see Marienheim/Nikolajew
aka Neu Majkowice, after
1809, parish was Neu
Gawlow
Settled by Volga Germans
see Alexanderfeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Makarowka
Makarowka
Makarowka
Makarowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volga
Maliganow
Makejewka
Don Gebiet
Jefrem Stepanowka
Makowa Kolonia
Makowa Rustykalna
Makowetz
Makowicy
Maksimowka
Maksymowka
Maksymowka
Makut, Chutor
Malachowka
Malachowo
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Dobromil
Dobromil
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Malachowo
Malaja Karamanowka
Malaja Kolosowka
Malaja Krasnoschtschokowka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Malaja Wischerka
Malaja Ziminowka
Malaja-Siminowka
Malaschewka
Malaschewskoje
Malaschewskoje
Malenkij
Malentewo
160
Novgorod
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Founded
1888
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Armaschejewka and
Schirajewo; population 206
in 1914
see Schönfeld/Odessa
K
see Merkel
aka Russisch mit Deutschen
1783
Pulin
Dolina
Dolina
E
E
E
Bandrow
Bandrow
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
E
K
M
Heimthal
Ugartsthal
Weldzirz
Records started 1788; aka
Hochbach, Maow
aka Makowicy
see Makowetz
aka Maximowka
Records started 1784
see Friedensruhe
See Sebastiansfeld/Odessa
Nikolajew/
Domjanowka
aka Aleksandrodar
see Klein Neudorf
see Klein Bergdorf
see Korntal
E
Sl-Snamenka
1908
Nowgorod
Germans lived on several
estates near Malaja
Wischerka
see Neu-Beresina
see Neu-Beresina
see Neuenburg
see Sulz/Odessa
see Sulz
K
see Hoffental
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Malichonowo
Malindorf
Malinowski
Malkotsch
Mallmannsthal
Malo
Malo Kamyschewatowka
Malo Karman
Malo Orlowka
Malo-Dolinskoje
Malojaroslawetz I
Malojaroslawetz II
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Dobrudscha
Galicia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Maloje Zebrikowo
Malousensk
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Malteis, Chutor
Orenburg
District
Hoffnungstal
Malin
Tultscha
Drohobycz
1843
1784
Religion
E
E
K
K
K
Parish
Hoffnungstal
Radomysl
Gruental
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Leased colony; populationo
25 in 1904
Romanian name: Malcoci
Podbuz
see Reschedilow Ch.
AleksejewOrlowka
Ludwigstal
1888
see Klein-Liebental/Odessa
see Wittenberg
see Alt-Posttal
see KleinHoffnungstal/Odessa
South of Orenburg
Maltscha Chutor
Malu Mare
Malyschewka
Mamak
Mambet Adshi
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ismail
Mamusli
Mamut
Mamut (Fuerstenfeld)
Mamut Bai
Mamut Baj
Manasterczany
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Konstanza
161
Founded
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
E
Arzis
1911
E
1893
1884
1884
1904
E
S
E
Djelal
1820
K
Solotwina
Simpferopol
Bohemka
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Bohorodczany
aka Ensslen/gottlob
Ensslen/Malcea; population
8 in 1939; extinct in 1995
see Wittenberg/Bessarabia
see Blumental
Post Simferopol
see Friedenstein
Romanian name: Cácioarele
see Fuerstenfeld
Post Ewpatorija
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Manasterczany
Manasterz
Mandrowo Deutsch
Mangalia
Mangut
Manne Chutor
Mannheim
Mannheim
Mannheim
Mannsburg
Mannsheim
Mannwillendorf
Mannwillenhof
Manow Chutor
Manscha
Mansyr
Manuchin
Manuchin
Manukbejewka
Manwelowka
Manwillenhof
Maow
Marabental
Marajewka
162
Region
Chervona Hirka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
South Caucaus
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Bohorodczany
Przemysl
1820
E
E
Konstanza
Dshankoi
Beresan
1890
gem.
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Fedorowka
Lysanderhoeh
Akkermann
Parish
Ugartsthal
Jaroslau
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1784; After
1898, parish was Stanislau
Records started 1815
see Kellersheim/Odessa
Romanian name: Mangalia
Post Woinka
E/K?
1808/1809
1860
1862
K
E
E
Mannheim
Posttal
aka Baraboj/Kamenka; 1859
had 117 houses; population
195 in 1809 and 1,628 in
1943
aka Marinowka
aka Alexejewka/Mansburg;
population 552 in 1904 and
944 in 1939
see Mannwillenhof
aka Mannwillendorf,
Manwolowka / Post
Wasiljewka
Beresan
K
Rastatt
Bender
E
E
Mathildendorf
Ananjew
Kassel
Kahul
1893
Wasikowka
1887
E
Neu-Sarata
see Annowka/Bessarabia
aka Manzar and Lesnoje
see Grüntal/Odessa
Kreis Tiraspol
aka Manucbeevca and
Frumusica; population 672 in
1939
see Mannwillenhof
see Makowa Kolonia
see Wiesendorf
M
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Village Name
Mararowo
Maraslienfeld
Mardarowka
Mardarowka Chutor
Margaretowka
Margaretowka
Margenau
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Religion
Parish
Hoffnungstal
Gorodniza
Gorodniza
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1880
E
Sarata
Hoffnungstal
Emiltschin
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1902
E
E
E
M
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Gnadenfeld
Prischib
1819
M
Mariahilf
Mariahilf
Marianin
Marianka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kolomea
1811
K
Kolomea
1890
1823
E
E
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
Ludwigstal
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Marianowka
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
K
Straßburg
Gorodniza
Pulin
Sudilkow
E
M
E
E
E
Emiltschin
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Beresan
K
Speyer
163
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Gromowka
1878
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Remarks
aka Marazli and
Maraslijewka; leased colony;
population 503 in 1905 and
962 in 1939
see Helenendorf /Odessa
population 35 in 1904
aka Serbowskaja
aka Zwilska
aka Morgenau, Mornawka,
Priwolnoje, Marjenau/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Bogorodicino
Margenau
Mariaheim
Jarun
Pulin
Stalino
Gregorjewka
Village
Profile/Info.
see Schönfeld/Odessa
E
Akkermann
Village History
After 1852, parish was
Mariahilf
see Mariental/Odessa
aka Goethland
see Marienburg/Odessa
In 1914 belonged to the
parish of Neu Liebental
see Warschinskij
see Proletarskoje
aka Bobrickaja
aka Dermanka
see Marjanowka
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Village Name
Marianowka I
Marianowka II
Marianowka Nr. 7
Mariapol
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Mariaslaw
Mariawohl
Crimea/Taurida
Marienau
Marienau
Alt Samaraara
Volga
Marienberg
Marienberg
Marienberg
Marienbrunn
Marienburg
Marienburg
Marienburg
Marienburg
Marienburg
Mariendorf
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Mariendorf
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Georgia
Marienfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Marienfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
164
District
Iwankow
Gouv. Kiew
Archangelskoje
Nowosofiewka
Founded
1899
1866
Religion
E
E
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Radomysl
Radomysl
aka Felsenbach
Zaporoshje
Rayon and Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Gnadenfeld
aka Caricino/Okrug
Melitopol / Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
1857
Melekes
Glückstal/
Starowskaja
Odessa
Seelmann
Minwodsk
M
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
M
M
1861
Bergdorf
1855
1910
E
K
K
E
Se-Boroduliche
1900
K
1860
E
K
Gatschina
Fedorowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Baraschi
Bender
1911
E
E
Emiltschin
Neu-Sarata
Marienfeld
1817
Rasdor
1882
Revised 16 Feb 2012
leased colony; population
325 in 1919
aka Marianowka
aka Bisiuk, Pestschanoje
Pjatigorsk
aka Marianowka
aka Rymki
see Peremonnowka
aka Marjanowka,
Jabloneckaja
population 780 in 1939
see Belyj-Kosch
aka Karl Liebknecht
Josephstal
aka Romanowka / Post
Zajowo
Ludwigstal
aka Marjino Pole, see
Marienpolje
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Jamburg
Uspenskaja
Marienfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Marienhain
Marienheim
Marienheim
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Wornoj, Marienhof,
Mariental/Post Sinelnikowo
aka Marino
aka Jarakai
1881
1928
Om-Moskalenki
Sl-Snamenka
Marienfeld
E
E
E
1817
E
Sagaredsho
aka Rosenfeld
Eugenfeld
1858
E
Eugenfeld
Kreis Melitopol /Post
Akimowka
Kamenka
Beresan
Nowo-Woronzewka
Golodajewka
Sachnowschtschina
Marienheim
Marienheim
Marienheim
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Hoffnungstal
Marienhof
Marienhof
Marienort
Marienort
Marienpol
Marienpol
Marienpol
Marienpolje
165
Founded
1852
K
Kronau
1869
1872
aka Mariinsk/Wolost Knjaz
Grigorjewka/Post
Gnadenfeld
aka Spatzenchutor
K
K
aka Kamennoje
Neu Liebental
Prischib
1909
1909
1865
E/K?
E
K
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Nadworna
1895
E
Kolomea-Baginsberg
Kalinow
1885
M
Memrik
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Kharkow
Jekaterinoslaw
Golicinowka
aka Perekrestowo;
population 210 in 1911 and
178 in 1919
Perekrestowo
see Marienfeld
aka Kalinowo
aka Kalinowo/Post
Shelannoje
see Mariental
M
Romanowka
aka Marienheim,
Majenheim, Werch.
Michajlowka; population 410
in 1914
1823
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Margenau
see Dubowo
aka Marienfeld
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Village Name
Marienruh
Marienruh
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Alt Samaraara
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
District
Kahul
Bolsch. Janisol
Alexandrowsk
Don Kosaken
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Andrejewka
Jekaterinoslaw
Mariental
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Grossliebental
Mariental
Kherson/Odessa
Malojesck
166
Crimea/Taurida
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
1924/1925
E
Neu-Sarata
aka Regina Maria;
population 583 in 1939;
extinct in 1995
1870
1877
E
E
Ludwigstal
aka Marienpol, Marxfeld
aka Schirowka/Wolost
Aleksandrowskaja/Post
Ostheim
Ludwigstal
aka Marinopole / Post Malo
Michajlowka
aka Latschinowo
see Marienfeld
aka Kursowa/Kreis
Pawlograd
Mariental
Mariental
Parish
aka Marjewka, settled after
1859 by Mennonites from
Danzig area
Melekes
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Religion
Dshankoi
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
Founded
Mariinskoje
Kuschtschewskaja
1804/09
K
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Georgijewka
aka Wyschina/Post Trjech
Grady, Okna
1805
1866
1928
K
E
E
aka Georgiowka,
Georgijewka/Rayon
Owidopol/Kreis Ananjew
Taganrog
Feodosia
aka Jarakai
Kreis Feodosija
Gnadenfeld
aka Marjino/Okrug
Melitopel/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
1820
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Mariental
Mariental
Marievka
Mariewka
Mariewka
Mariewka
Mariinsk
Mariinskoje
Marij
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
District
1766
K
M
Bender
1892
E
Ewpatorija
Kl. Grigorjewka
1869
K
E
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Marilki
Mariltschin
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Nikolajew/Tiligulo
Beresan
Potijewka
Marina
Marino
Marino
Marinopole
Marinowka
Marinowka
Marinowka
Marinowka
Marinowskij
Marischowka
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Siberia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Marizina
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
167
Religion
Mariental
Marij
Mariupol
Marizer Feld
Founded
Alexandronjewsk
Golicinowka
Ku-Adajewsk
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Tonkoschurowka,
Dubowoi, Pfannenstiel
Mathildendorf
Zurichtal
aka Mariancade Sus
see Belyj-Kosch
Zuerichtal
aka Marienfeld
see Grossliebental/Odessa
see Morei
aka Morei/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kurman
Kemeltschi and Kolaj
aka Mariljki; population 37
in 1926
E
Shitomir
see Neu-Freudental/Odessa
see Marienfeld
see MarjinKolonie
see Mariental
see Nordheim
aka Grosswerder
Post Selidowo
see Mannheim
1842
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Maruschowka
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Nikolajew/Beresan
population 257 in 1941-1943
see Goettland
Post Juzowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Marjanowka
Marjenau
Marjewka
Marjewka
Marjewka
Marjino
Marjino
Marjino
Marjino Kolonie
Marjino Pole
Ukrainian Name
Yakovlivka
Region
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Rozdilna, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Chasaw-Jurt
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewsk
Dshankoi
Gromowka
Wolodarsk
Founded
Religion
1901
K
M
E
E
Parish
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Markwart, Chutor
Marnaul
Martinsfeld
Martjanowka
Martjeschka
Martjewka
Ufa
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Heimthal
Post Dshankoj
Post Askanija Nowa
aka Marianowka
see Margenau
E
Lugansk
Nowosofiewka
1866
E
1830
E
Peterhof
Post Barwenkowo
Rayon Nowo Swetlanowka
aka Heuboden
see Heuboden
see Mariental
aka Marino
aka Marjinopole , see
Marienfeld
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Markewich
Markowka
Markowka
Markowka
Markowka
Markowskaja Sajomka
Markstadt
Village History
see Marienburg /Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Markahrißk
168
District
Taras Schewtschenko
Sl-Kljutschi
Sl-Orlow
Gouv. Kiew
Starobelak
Se-Pawlodar
1912
1909
K
Straßburg
Chutor or railway station
K/E?
M
M
E
Radomysl
aka Nowaja Markowka
1890
Nowosjelowka
1906
E
Winodelnoje
1867
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Stawropol
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Marxheim
aka Martynowka
see Matrjonowka/Odessa
see Sichelberg
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Martl, Chutor
Martynowka
Martynowka
Maruenskoje
Marusino
Marussino
Marussino
Marxfeld
Marxheim
Marxheim
Marxstadt
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Georgia
South Caucaus
Volga
Marzianowka Chutor
Marzowo
Marzy
Masajew
Masajewka
Masajewsk
Masch. Fabr. Bauer
Maserowo
Masljanowka
Mathies
Mathies
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Mathildendorf
Matischowka
Matischowka
Matrjonowka
Matschulen, Chutor
Mattes, Chutor
169
Blagodatne
District
Pulin
Iwanowka
Religion
E
1908
1908
Parish
Shitomir
Rostow
Rostow
Iwanowka
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Martinsfeld
aka Martinstal
see Gattung
Kreis Slawjanoserbak
see Mariental
Marnaul
Marxstadt
1914
1766
Taras Schewtschenko
E
E
Sarwan
E
Neu Freudental
aka Marnaul
aka Katharinenstadt
see
see
see
see
see
Rosendamm
Rosendamm
Schoenbrunn
Schoenbrunn
Alexanderfeld
see Tiefenbrunn
Om-Ljubinsk
Om-Ljubinsk
Om-Ljubinsk
Bessarabia
Bender
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Founded
1902
M
M
1858
E
Klöstitz (1904) /
Mathildendorf
(1939)
see Neu-Blumenfeld /Odessa
K
Taras Schewtschenko
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Saratica Veche and
Showtnewoje; leased
colony; population 499 in
1904 and 401 in 1939
Neu Freudental
aka Martjanowka;
population 23 in 1919 and 50
in 1926
see Knittel Chutor
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Matthiasfeld
Matwejewka
Matwejewka
Matwejewka
Matwejewskoje
Mauch-Hofe
Mawlutowka
Maxim Gorki
Maximowka
Mazurowka
Medemtal
Medemtal
Mednoje
Medowka
Medwedizkoi
Mehlaff Chutor
Mehlhaff
Meier
Meier
Meier
Meierhoefer
Meindorf
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Tarasowa
Kurn Lipowo
Meinhard
Meinhardt
Meister
Melaniska
Melekes
Memrik
Memrik
Mengermen
Mengermin
Menglertschik
Menglertschik
Menlertschik
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Marxstadt
Fedorowka
Mariental
Brody
Melekes
170
Founded
Religion
1907
1908
E
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Matwejewka
see Matthiasfeld
see Alexanderpol
Se-Borodulicha
Beresan
Ts-Jelanskij
E
E
see Nestorenko/Odessa
see Maksimowka
Zydaczow
Seelman
Seelmann
Atbasar
Alexandronewsk
1838
1874
1874
1887
K
M
M
E
E
Zurawno
E
E
Kassel
Grunau
see Frank
Glückstal
Beresan (Nord)
see Dschantebe
see Dshautepe
see Galka
see Neudorf
Golizinowka
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
Kambar
Eupatoria
1767
aka Unterwalden,
Podijesnoje ?
E
K
Podkamien
1885
1885
1874
M
M
E
Memrik
1882
1882
1882
E
M
aka Melekesch
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Post Shelannoje
Zuerichtal
see Menlertschik
aka Menglertschik
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Menlertschik
Mergenfels
Mergenthaler
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Omsk
Merkel
Volga
Frank
Merkel
Mermrik
Meschen
Meschen
Meschen (Ludwigstal)
Meschewaja
Meschewaja
Mesenzewo
Mesenzewo
Meshewaja
Mesit
Messarosch
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Seelmann
Molotschna
Messarosch
Jekaterinoslaw
Messena Chutor
Messer
Messit
Messit
Metschenka
Metschet
Metschislawowka
Metzger
Metzker Chutor
Metzker Chutor
Meuchel Chutor
Michaelis
Michaelowka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
171
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat,
Sarabus and Saki
M
see Juchary-Djamin
Totonai
Andrejewka
1766
E
aka Makarowka or
Makarovka
E
Weissenmueller or
Wiesenmueller
1883
E
1883
1888
1880
E
Beresan (Nord)
Balzer
Dshankoi
Totonai
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Gorodniza
Om-Sosnowka
Odessa
Hoffnungstal
Beresan
see Neu-Mariental
see Peterstal
Kreis Bachmut
Wolost Totanaj/ Post Kolaj
1890
E
Ludwigstal
Hochheim
Lugansk
1890
E
Rostow
Kreis Bachmut
E
E
E
Worms/Johannestal
population 6 in 1905
aka Ust-Solicha
Dshankoi
Lisitschonsk /
Lisitschansk
see Ludwigstal
see Ludwigstal
1766
1867
1867
E
E
E
Hochheim
aka Kano
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Rayon and Post Cebrikowo
population 25 in 1926
see Schaffhausen
see Remmler
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Michaelsburg
Michaelsburg
Michaelsdorf
Michaelsdorf
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
W. Rogatschik
Werchnorogatschik
Michaelsdorf
Michaelsdorf
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Simpferopol
Olewsk
Michaelsdorf (Michailovka)
Crimea/Taurida
Michaelsfeld
Michaelsfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Michaelsheim
Michaelstal
Michailow
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowka
Michailowsk
Kazakhstan
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
172
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Founded
Religion
1866
M
Remarks
1863
E
Wladikawkas
Kreis Melitopol
aka Michailowsk
see Neu-Tiflis
E
Neusatz
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Michajlowka /Post Spat
aka Michailowka, Artynsk
German Leased colonies of
Neusatz
Zatischje
Wolost Golicinowka/
Post Selidowo
Jeisk
1868
K
E
1853
E
Rowenki
1879
1879
M
M
Akjubinsk
1907
1924
E
K
1897
1907
K/E
E
M
Plushnoje
see Michailowka
aka Woronzowka
see Michailowka
M
Golizinowka
Krassnopol
Atjubinsk
Om-Tokuschi
Jekaterinodar
aka Prijutowka. Michelfeld;
population 17 in 1919
aka Dshiginskoj
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Michelsheim
aka Michaelsheim
aka Kronberg
Rastatt
Rowno
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
Schobertdorf /Odessa
see Franzfeld/Odessa
see Johannestal/Odessa
see Wassertal/Odessa
aka Kursai
aka Michailow
see Michaelsdorf
see Michalindorf
see Michaelsdorf
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Michajlewka
Crimea/Taurida
Michajlopulo
Michajlowka
Michajlowka
Michajlowka
Michajlowka
Michajlowka
Michalindorf
Michalotschka
Michalowka
Michalutschka
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Taras Schewtschenko
Michelfeld
Michelsdorf
Michelsheim
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Taras Schewtschenko
Baraschi
Rawa Ruska
Sudilkow
1819
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
Heimthal
K
E
Uhnow
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Mielec
Mielec
Mierow
Mierzwica
Mierzwica
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Radziechow
Zolkiew
Chasaw-Jurt
see Kleinfeld
see Kronberg
see Michaelsheim
see Johannestal/Odessa
see Slepucha
aka Michailowka
see Michalutschka
aka Michalotschka
by river Bolschoi-Kujalnik
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Mielec
Mielec
Mierhof
173
Parish
aka Michailowka
M
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Galicia
Mikolajow
Religion
see Michaelsdorf
Michelstal
Mickailowka
Middleburg Nr. 10
Mieczykowka
Mikoiski
Founded
K/E
1901
Straßburg/Kassel
aka Muedelburg
see Baginsberg
M
E
K
aka Welter Chutor/Wesolyj
or Wesselyj chutor; leased
colony; population 40 in
1905
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Mielec
see Mierow
1785
1786
E
K
Josefow
Wiesenberg
Records started 1806; aka
Mierhof, Mirow
see Wiesenberg
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Galicia
Kielce-ausserhalb
Galizien
k
Straßburg
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Chutor or railway station
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Mikolajow Drohowyze
Mikulinez
Galicia
Volhynia
Zydaczow
Baraschi
Mikulsdorf
Mikuszowice
Milatycze
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Tlumacz
Millerowo
Milliardowka
Milliardowka
Milloradowka
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Miloradowka
Miloradowka
Miltiadi
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Mintschuna
Miraja Dolina
Mirau
Mirnaja
Mirnaja Dombrowo
Mirno Pokol
Mirnoje
Mirnoje
Mirnoje
Mirnoje
Mirnoje
Mirnowka
Mirnowka
Mirnowskij
Mirnyj Pokoj
Miroljubowka
Miroljubowka
174
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Founded
Religion
Parish
E
E
Dornfeld
Heimthal
E
Czernowitz
Lemberg
E
Lemberg
T. Schewtschenko
1928
E
K
Se-Wolodarskaja
1907
M
Alexandrowka
1889
M
1848
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1788
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
see Deutsch Nikelsdorf
Records started 1778
Stadt mit 3 deutschen
Strassen
see Neu-Badan/Odessa
see Susannendorf/Odessa
Rayon Boshedarowka/Kreis
Werchnednjeprowsk
see Leitershausen
Se-Urlutjubskaja
Bender
1868
E
Tarutino (1904)/
Leipzig (1939)
Ludwigstal
Nowo-Nikolajewka
1883
aka Mintschune/Minciuna/
Slobodka; leased colony;
population 470 in 1939
see Friedenfeld
see Mirskoje
see Friedensdorf
see Friedental
E
see
see
see
see
see
see
see
Freudental /Odessa
Friedental
Friedensfeld
Friedenberg
Friedental
Dschurgun
Dshurgun
Sl-Snamenka
see Friedensruh
Santurinowka
1892
1892
M
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Post Drushkowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Miroljubowka
Miroljubowka
Mironowka
Miropol
Miropol
Mirow
Mirowka
Mirowka
Mirowka
Mirowka
Mirskaja
Mirskoje
Mirskoje
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Mischeny
Missowka
Mitrowka
Mittel Karolinka
Mitteldorf
Founded
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Om-Moskalenki
Loschkarew
Kurskojer
Religion
K
1868
1914
Parish
Saliwnoje
1843
E
see Friedental
see Friedensfeld/Nikolajew
Bessarabia
Kahul
1912
E
Neu-Sarata
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Bender
Gorodniza
1907
E
E
Kischinew
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Galicia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Remarks
see Mierow
see Bergtal
E
Mogila
Mogilnoje
Mohren, Chutor
Moinak
Moisejewka
Moissejewka
Mojekowka
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Friedensfeld
M
E
1823
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volhynia
Galicia
Village History
Straßug
Rynowka
der Don Kosaken
Romanowka
Mittelsfeld
Mizun Nowy
Mlynok
Moczary
175
District
E
Rosenfeld
Kreis Taganrog
aka Mirau
aka Meseni; population 83 in
1939
aka Misovca; opoulation 75
in 1939
Krasny-Kut
aka
Blagodatnoje/Schachlatski;
population 375 in 1926
see Neu Mizun
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
K
Sewerinowka
Wolodarsk
Lisko
E
E
Heimthal
Bandrow
Records started 1788
1820
E
E
Czernowitz
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
1889
E
E
Tlumacz
Ts-Troitzk
Gorodniza
Ts-Kokscherdy
see Liebental
see Otar-Mointak
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Schoenweise
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Village Name
Mojssejewka
Moklianka
Mokra Wies
Mokraja Balka
Mokraja Olchowka
Mokrec
Mokrotyn Kolonia
Mokrous
Mokry
Molga
Molla Eli
Ukrainian Name
Region
Orenburg
Volhynia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
North Siberia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Molla Eli
Molla-Elli
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Molla-Ely
Molnak
Molotschansk
Molotschna
Molotschnoje
Monaj
Monaj
Moni
Moni
Moni
Montanai
Mook, Chutor
Moor
Moor
Moor
Moosberg
Morei
Morei
Morei
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
176
District
Founded
North of Orenburg
Emiltschin
Religion
M
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Nassendorf
see Keimbrechtsiedlung
Malin
Zolkiew
Fedorowka
Om-Ljubinsk
Akkermann
Simpferopol
1786
1882
Simpferopol
Byten
1882
Donuslaw
1889
E
K
E
Radomysl
Zolkiew
aka Deutsch Mokrotyn
E
E
Andrejewka
Byten
aka Adschiaul
Neusatz
aka Adshaul/Wolost
Byten/Post Bijuk Onlar and
Kurman Kemeltschi
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Halbstadt
see Prischib
see Johannesdorf
Karasubasar
Eupatoria
Kodschamback
1890
Eupatoria
E
Neusatz
Djelal
see Munij
aka Freidorf
see Blumenfeld
aka Klutschi
M
Balzer
Pallasowka
1766
E
E
Jaworow
Dshankoi
Totonai
1786
1892
1892
E
M
aka Munij
Hartfeld
see Gnadenfeld (Krasn.)
Records started 1788
aka Marij
see Marij
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Morejewskaja
Morgenau
Morgental
Morgentau
Morgentau
Morgentau
Mornawka
Morogowka
Morosowka
Morosowka
Morosowo
Morosowskij
Moschtschanowka
Moshari, Chutor
Moskalenki
Moskowka
Moskowskoje Polje
Mossiewka
Mostki
Muedelburg
Muehlbach
Muehlberg
Muehlberg
Mueller
Muellerdorf
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Ufa
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Galicia
North Caucasus
Galicia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Woronzowo
Muellersdorf
Muellersfeld
Galicia
Volga
Grodek Jagiellonski
Marxstadt
Muenchenthal
Galicia
Jaworow
Muensterberg
Mugden
177
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Minwodsk
Kanowskij
Pallasowka
Fedorowka
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Margenau
aka Utrennjaja Dolina
1860
E
E
E
see Margenau
see Ludwigsdorf
Dawlekanowo
Nikolaipol
Omsk
1894
1872
M
M
Shitomir
1902
E
M
E
E
E
Peterhof
Shitomir
Dornfeld
1786
K
Sokolowka
1767
E
aka Neu-Hochfeld
see Gruental
Slawetschne
Omsk
see Rosenfeld
1830
Uschomir
Lemberg
Bobrka
Om-Atschairsk
Kamenka
Kamenka
Seelmann
Halbstadt
1783
1804
aka Krestowoi-Bujerak
K
Grodek Jagiellonski
K
Muenchenthal
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Records started 1788
see Middelburg Nr. 10
aka Muzylowice Kolonia,
Muzylowice Narodowe
aka Wjazowka, N r. 8/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Najmanowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Muhlenbach
Kherson/Odessa
Mühlhausen
Muhlhausendorf
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Mühlhausendorf
Müller Chutor
Mumber, Chutor
München
Munij
(Zmyevka
Porichchia
Munij
Munin
Münsterberg
Muntau
Murajewka
Murawa
Murawnja
Murfatlar
Murs Kemeltschi (Christinafeld)
178
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Alt Samaraara
Volhynia
Volhynia
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
District
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels/Ponjutowka
Founded
1885
1806
Nikolajew/Berislaw
1804
Religion
K
Parish
Langenberg
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Besilien, Besiljewka,
Besilowa, Besilowka-Dikowo,
and Bezilowa; population 45
in 1919
see
Mühlhausendorf/Nikolajew
Swedish Colonies
E
E
Village History
Alt Schwedendorf
aka
Michailowka/Mühldorf/Mühl
hausen; Swedish colony;
population 600 in 1942
see Stern/Odessa
1894
Beresan/Rastatt
1809
K
Rayon Ewatoija/ Post
Kodshanbak and
Djurmen
Fedorowka
Orloff
Halbstadt
Neusatz
1875
1804
Melekes
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Konstanza
Totonai
München
see Moni
M
aka Dolinowka/Rayon
Kronau/Post Tiege and
Kotschubejewka
M
aka Jablonowka, Nr.
2/Rayon Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
M
E
1921
1871
aka Maloje Poretchje;
population 208 in 1811 and
1,773 in 1943
see Moni
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
aka Murawnja
see Murawa
Romanian name: Basarabi
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Murs. Kemeltschi
Mursalar Kemeltschi
Mursalar Kemeltschi
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Totonai
Muschtschinskij
Muskedul
Musubei
Muzylowice Kolonia
Muzylowice Narodowe
Mysskely
Mystkow
Nachoi
Nadejdea
Nadeshda
Nadeshda
Nadeshda Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Dobrudscha
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Galicia
Volga
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Taras Schewtschenko
Nadeshdina
Nadeshdine
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Nadeshdowka
Nadeshna, Chutor
Nadjeshda
Nadjeshdjenskij
Nadjeshdowka
Nadlimanskoje
Nadworna
Bessarabia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Nadworna
Naeb
Nagornaja Swesda
Naiman
Naiman
Naimann
179
Religion
1871
E
aka Christinafeld
see Christiansfeld
see Christinafeld
E
population 266 in 1926
see Ebental
Romanian name: Musubei
see Muenchenthal
see Muenchenthal
see Kellerowka
Kaliakra
1920
E
Neu Sandez
1788
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Founded
Remarks
Mystkow
see Eigenfeld/Bessarabia
see Hoffnung
see Hoffnungsburg/Odessa
Post Taganasch
Dshankoi
see
Hoffnungsburg/Nikolajew
see Hoffnungstal
see Hoffnungstal/Bessarabia
Sl-Snamenka
Ku-Adajewsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1912
see Hoffnungstal
aka Turhaj
E
see Franzfeld/Odessa
Nadworna
K
Nadworna
Galicia
Nadworna
E
Ugartsthal
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Marxstadt
Kamenka
Dschurtschi
After 1899, parish was
Stanislau
1767
E
aka Raesanowka or
Resanovka
1870
E
E
see Hochheim
Dschurtschi
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Village Name
Naimann (Hochheim)
Naitowo
Naiwert
Najman
Naliwaikowka
Narcisowka
Naschowitz
Naschowitz
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
District
Totonai
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1870
see Gnadenfeld/Odessa
Pallasowka
see Hochheim
Radomysl
E
Radomysl
see Arcizowka
see Nassendorf
see Naszacowice
Naslawtscha
Bessarabia
Hotin
Nassendorf
Nassonowo
Galicia
Ufa
Neu Sandez
Schischkan-Kulj
Naszacowice
Nataliendorf
Natalienfeld
Natalino
Galicia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Neu Sandez
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Nataljewka
Nataljewka
Nataljinskoje
Natschel Chutor
Naumenko
Nawaginka
Nawarja
Nebe
Nechworascha
Nedbajewka
Negrebowka
Negrowo Ensslen
Neifeld
Neikowa
Neiwere
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
180
Founded
E
Kischinew
aka Naslavcea Noua and
Naslavcea; population 44 in
1904
1788
1894
E
Stadlo
Records started 1787; aka
Naschowitz, Mokra Wies
1783
E
E
Stadlo
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Records started 1787; aka
Naschowitz
aka Nataljewka
aka Natalino
see Natalienfeld
aka Jakowlewo/Post
Sofijewskij Zawod
see Nataliendorf
Se-Perwomaiskoje
Neu Freudental
Chorititza
Lemberg
E
E
Pulin
Radomysl
E
E
E
Jekaterinodar
Dornfeld
Records started 1788
see Neudorf-Tomar
Akkermann
1897
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Radomysl
Eigenfeld
population 25 in 1939
see Neufall/Bessarabia
see Gnadenfeld/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Nelde, Chutor
Neljubinskij
Nemetzkaja Makaraba
Nemezki Ischun
Nemezkij Ischun
Nepljujewka
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Om-Petropawlowka
Ku-Adajewsk
Nepoznanitschi
Volhynia
Gorodniza
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
see Krontal
Alexandrowka
Dshankoi
Chorititza
1880
1880
M
E
Emiltschin
Nesselrode
Nesswetai
Nestelejewka
Nestelejewka
Nestorenko Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Kotowsk/Birsula
1873
E
NowIwanowka
Losowaja
Beresan
1889
1889
E
E
E
Netusche Weiler
Neu Aehrenfeld
Bessarabia
Volga
Kahul
Krasny-Kut
1926
E
E
Albota
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Akkermann
Tarassowka
Batazkij
Maltschewski
1911
E
Andrejewka
Rostow
Rynowka
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexandrowka
Alexejewka
Amerika
Andrejewka
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
181
Village History
E
Hoffnungstal
Rosenfeld
Josephstal
Josefstal
Neu Freudental
aka Niposnanitsch,
Njeposnanitsch, Neu-Posen
http://blackseagr.org/f
orums/viewtopic.php? aka Kujalkin, Kujalnik;
f=15&t=22
population 388 in 1919
Post Lozowaja
see Maxim Gorki/Odessa
aka Netus; population 15 in
1939 (? by Cimpeni in 1995)
aka Alexandreni Noi
(defunct in 1995)
aka Nowo-Alexandrowka
see Alexandertal
Post Fissaki
Om-Moskalenki
E
1872
Olewsk
Pulin
see Neu Krausendorf
Om-Moskalenki
M. Kurgan
E
E
E
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Emiltschin
Wosnessensk
aka Nowo-Aleksandrowskoje
aka Nowo-Aleksandrowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Neu Andrijanowka
Neu Anlage
Don Gebiet
Matw.-Kurgan
Neu Annental
Kherson/Odessa
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Bessarabia
Neu Annowka
Neu Arzis
Neu Awilowa
Vishnyaki
Bessarabia
Volga
Neu Babylon
Neu Bach
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Neu Baden
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Baden
Neu Baigantschek
Neu Baigotschek
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bender
Akkermann
1897
1824
Taganrog
Kronau
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kubrino
aka Iwanowka
E
separated by a creek from
Alt Annental
E
aka Anesti, leased colony,
163 families in 1939. Klöstitz
parish in 1904, Eigenfeld in
1939.
E
Klöstitz/Eigenfeld
Arzis
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/n
euarci.txt
aka Arcizul Nou, Wischnjaki,
Weshnjaky; 48 houses in
1859; population 849 in
1939.
Marienfeld
aka Neu-Bolechow,
Belochow Nowy, church
records start 1809
see Nowo-Bachmetjewka
Gelsendorf
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
1928
K
Elsaß
aka Milliardowka; population
171 in 1926
1867
1906
1906
E/K
Neu Liebental
aka Gudewitsch; population
519 in 1926
Taras Schewtschenko/
Jewgenjewka
Kokai
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Feodosia
Frank
Lysanderhoeh
Wasilijewka
Krasny-Kut
Neu Bayaut
Neu Beideck
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
182
E
Village History
E
Bajaut
Balzer
Bangert
Basel
Bauer
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
1890
Parish
1800
Simpferopol
Protochnoe
Religion
Dolina
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Bajaut
Founded
1874
E
E
Hochheim
Hochheim
1863
1859
http://blackseagr.org/f
orums/viewtopic.php?
f=15&t=148
aka Nowo-Bajaut
Wolost Tabuldi/ Post Seitler
and Suja
E
E
E
E
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Krasny-Kut
1858
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Beresina
Beresina
Beresnik
Bergdorf
District
Hoffnungstal
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Blumenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Volhynia
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Blumental
Blumental
Boaro
Boisroux
Bolechow
Borisowka
Borodino
Brabant
Brienne
Brunnen
Burasch
Burasch
Burczyce
Vorobiove
Bessarabia
Volga
Bessarabia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Hoffnungstal
Hoffnungstal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1867
E
Neu Freudental
1848
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Siminowka, Ziminowka,
Malaja Siminowka,
Zamanowka; population 277
in 1926
Malaja Siminowo
aka Berezniki
see Klein Bergdorf
aka Worobjewka; population
689 in 1926
K
aka Matischowka, located by
Rasdelnaja?
E
population 107 in 1919 ?
E
Neu-Boaro
see Neu Babylon
E
Shitomir
Bender
1920
E
Klöstitz
aka Arsa Germana and zu
Evgenobka; population 282
in 1939
Akkermann
Marxstadt
1934
E
Arzis
population 149 in 1939
see Burasch
Post Ajibar
see Neu Burtschitz
Dshankoi
Neu Burtschitz
Galicia
Sambor
Neu Chortitza
Jekaterinoslaw
Marjanowka
183
Parish
E
E
E
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Mariental
Mariental
Religion
1865
1865
Gorodniza
Hoffnungstal, now
Velyka Mykhailivka,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
Neu Berlin
Founded
1785
E
Hartfeld
Records started in 1788; aka
Neu Burczyce, Burczyce
Nowe, --- Deutsch
Burtschitz
Okrug Kriwej Rog/Rayon and
Post Sofijewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Neu Chortitza
Jekaterinoslaw
Neu Chrusno
Galicia
Neu Danzig
Neu Darmstadt
Neu Darmstadt
Vynohradivka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Nowo-Chortitza
Lemberg
Nikolajew/Nikolajews
k/Balazkoje, now
Bashtanka, Mykolaiv,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Dshankoi
1785
1839
1883
E
E
E
Nikolajew
Hochheim
aka Borodatschewo;
population 413 in 1942
aka Tscholbaschi
aka Tschalbasch i/Rayon
Dshankoj/Wolost
Totanaj/Post Kurman
Kemcitschi and Kolaj
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Darmstadt (Isholbashi)
Crimea/Taurida
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Neu Darmstadt Nr. 3
Ufa
Nowosjelowka
1906
E
aka Alexandrowka, settled
by colonists from the
Molotschna region
Neu Dennewitz
Bessarabia
Kahul
1913
E
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Volga
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Frank
1863
E
Bohemka
Dshankoi
1884
1884
E
Neu Dshankoj
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Neu Dzhankoi
Neu Ebenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Neu Elft
184
Nocoselivka
Bessarabia
Hochheim
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/n
eudanzg.txt
Neu Darmstadt
Doennhof
Dolina
Dschankoi
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Records started 1788 --aka Chrusno Nowe
Dornfeld
Albota
aka Denevita Noua and
Swetlyj
aka Donehof, Neu
Golobohowka
see Dolina
Hochheim
Hochheim
Wolost Bogemka/ Post
Dshankoj
German Colonies of
Hochheim
1924
Akkermann
1825
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Alt-Elft
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f aka Fere Champe noise II,
collections/history/link/n orums/viewtopic.php? Fersampenuaz Mic and
euelft.txt
f=15&t=63
Nowoselowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Neu Elsass
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko/
Jewgenjewka
1876
K
Neu Elsass
Neu Feodorowka
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Dawlekanowo
1928
1894
K
Neu Ferechampenoise
Neu Frank
Bessarabia
Volga
Neu Freudental
Neu Friedenfeld
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Marynowe
Friedenstal
Friedental
Gablau
Galka
Neu Gawlow
Neu Glafirowka
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Gluckstal
Gluckstal
Gnadendorf
Gololobowka
Grekowo
185
Tsybulivka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Neu Liebental
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Koslowka; population
209 in 1943
aka Neu Elft or
Ferechamenoise II
Berjesowsk/ NeuFreudental, now
Berezivka, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Krasny-kut
1828
E
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Akkermann
Simpferopol
1922
1879
E
E
Pallasowka
1860
E
Galicia
Volhynia
Bochnia
Gorodniza
1784
E
E
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Parish
Hoffnungstal, now
Velyka Mykhailivka,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
1860
Neu Freudental
Arzis
Byten
Neu Gawlow
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Hoffnungstal
E
Taganrog-Jeisk
aka Marina, Freudental,
Marine Chutor; founded by
47 fam.
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f (Freudental/Peterstal);
collections/history/link/n orums/viewtopic.php? population 517 in 1858 and
eufred.txt
f=15&t=27
1,099 in 1926
aka Friedenstal Nou and
Nowomirnoje; population
116 in 1939
aka Balatschi
see Neu Gawlow
aka Neu Gablau, Gawlow
Nowy, records started 1808
aka Nowaja-Glafirowka
aka Cybulewka, Zibuljewka,
Zybuljewka, Zebrikowo;
Glückstal daughter colony;
population 560 in 1904 and
785 in 1944
see Klein Glückstal
Mariental
Sowetinskij
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Werbowo
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Neu Grigorjewka
Neu Gruental
Neu Gruental
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Odessa
Bolsch. Janisol
Andrejewka
Neu Gruental
Volhynia
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Founded
1874
1874
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
Ludwigstal
Rayon Isajewsk
aka Krassnyj-Kut
E
Heimthal
aka Nowozeljonaja, NowoZelenj
Neu Halbstadt
Kherson/Odessa
Orloff/Orlow
1872
E
aka Rawnopolje/ Rayon
Kronau/Post Tiege &
Kotschubejewka
Neu Halbstadt
Neu Helenowka
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Halbstadt
Grigorjewka
1839
1885
M
E
Okrug Melitopol /Rayon
Molotschansk
Kreis Alexsandr owsk
Jekaterinoslaw
Orug Zaporoshje
/Rayon
Chortitza/Wolost
Nikolajpol
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost
Nowosofijewka/Post
Nikolajol and Nikopol
Neu Hochfeld
Neu Hochstaedt
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Alt Samaraara
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Melekes
Zuerichtal
Maltschewski
Matw.-Kurgan
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnung
Hoffnung Nr. 57
Hoffnungstal
Kazakhstan
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Akjubinsk
Baba-Jurt
Uspenskaja
Sofiewka
Aktjubinsk
Sofiewka
186
Aleksandrowsk
see Morosowo
Kronau
see Alexandropol
ska Nadjeshdino; Settled
after 1859 by Mennonites
from Danzig area
M
1852
1878
1910
1920
1822
1907
1822
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rosenfeld
Taganrog-Jeisk
aka Nowaja-Nadeshda
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
aka Schiess Chutor
aka Karakulsk
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Village Name
Neu Hoffnungstal
Neu Horizanna
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
District
Hoffnungstal
Rudki
Founded
1922
1850
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
aka Klein Hoffningstal,
Malaja-Zebrikowo/Schepsa
Chutor, Zebrikowo;
population 32 in 1926
E
aka Horozanna N owa,
Kolonia Niemiecka, Kolonia
Halicka, --- Horizanna
Wielka; Records started
1788
Dornfeld
Neu Horizanna
Neu Huttertal
Neu Huziejow
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Rudki
1850
M
Kiernica-Lemberg
Dolina
1834
K
Bolechow
aka Horozanna Nowa,
Kolonia Niemiecka, Kolonia
Halicka, Horizanna Wielka
see Johannesruh
aka Huziejow Nowy
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Galicia
North Caucasus
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Dolina
1834
E
Gelsendorf
aka Huziejow Nowy , records
started 1809
Krasny-Kut
Dshankoi
1855
E
Huziejow
Ilowskij
Jagodnaja
Jalantasch
Neu Jamburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Neu Jazow
Neu Jerusalem
Galicia
Galicia
Jaworow
Neu Johannestal
Neu Johannestal
Neu Jork
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Barwenkowo
Neu Josefsdorf
Neu Josefstal
Neu Jost
187
Post Djurmen
Kreis and Post
Aleksandrowsk
see Nowo-Krassnowko
aka Jazow Nowy , records
started 1788
see Deutsch Daborwka
E
Hartfeld
1889
E
Dubowo
aka Nowo-Iwanow ka,
Dinkels Chutor
Shelesnaja
1889
M
Bessarabia
Bender
1923
E
Mathildendorf
aka Andreeni; population
379 in 1939, extinct in 1995
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kutschurgan
Kukkus
1928
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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period
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Village Name
Neu Kaltscha
Neu Kalusz
Neu Kana
Neu Kandel
Neu Kandel
Neu Kandel
Neu Kara Gurt
Neu Karlsruhe
Neu Karlsruhe
Ukrainian Name
Chervonoarmiiske
Region
Religion
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
North Caucasus
now Berezivka,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
Kalusz
Kanowskij
1783
1908
E
K
E
Kherson/Odessa
TarasSchwtschenko/Jewge
njewka
1872
K
aka Bogunskoje/ Post
Janowka and Annowka
Kutschurgan daughter
colony; northeast of Kandel
in Schafsteppe
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
1928
K
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kutschurgan/ DNR
Fr.Engels
Ewpatorija
1931
K
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/
Gornostajewka/ K.Grigorjewka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
188
Nikolajew/Poltawka/
Baschtanka
1869
1867
E/K
E/K
Wolost Knjaz
Grigorjewka/Kreis
Dnjeprowak/Post
Gornostajewka
Taras Schewtschenko
Feodosia
Feodosia
1927
1883
E
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Parish
Hoffnungstal
Kalusz
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Founded
Neu Karlsruhe
Neu Karlsruhe
Kassel
Katherinental
Kerleut
Kerleut
District
Remarks
aka Kalusz Nowy
aka Karl Liebknecht Chutor;
10 km from Kandel
Post Saki
Nikolajew
40 km North of Berislaw;
founded by Beresan
families; population 315 in
1905 and 397 in 1941-1943
Nikolajew
aka
Baschlanks/Lenintal/Olgino;
north of Nikolajew;
Karlsruhe daughter colony;
population 190 on 1907 and
154 in 1943
Hochstaedt
see Olgino
Glückstal daughter colony
aka Neu-Wasserreich
Post Seitler
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Wischnewataja,
Samsonowka, defunct after
1918/Kreis Taganrog
Neu Kirschwald
Don Gebiet
der Don Kosaken
Neu Klosterdorf
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Berislaw
1926
K
Swedish colony; population
300 in 1941-1943
Neu Kolonie
Neu Kraft
Volga
Volga
Seelmann
Kamenka
1776
K
aka Kustarewo , KustarevoKrasnorynovka
Neu Krausendorf
Volhynia
Pulin
Neu Kreschatten
Neu Kronau
Neu Kronental
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Feodorowka
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Kronsdorf
Kronsfeld
Kronsweide
Kupnowice
Kupnowitz
Kureni
Kurmankejewo
Lamb
Galicia
Bessarabia
Ufa
Volga
Landau
Laub
Lesy
Lexice
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Neu Liebenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
189
E
Rosenfeld
Village History
E
Heimthal
1882
K
Rosenfeld
Schirokaja
1869
E
der Don Kosaken
1890
E
Rosenfeld
Eugenfeld
aka Neu-Alexandrowka,
Nowo-Alexandrowka
aka Kutjeinikowskaja
Kolonka
aka Dosowka
aka Scheffler-Ch., Belaja
Krinitza/Kreis Taganrog
Kreis Melitopol
Chortitza
see Neu Kupnowitz
Rudki
Kischinew
Dawlekanowo
Mariental
Nikolajew/Sagradowk
a/Kronau
Mariental
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
1783
1914
1894
1860
1868-1870
1860
E
E
Hartfeld
Kischinew
aka Neu Kupnowice,
Kupnowice Nowe, Josefsdorf
--- Records started 1788
aka Coreni Noi
E
K
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu Mannheim
aka Nr.
3/Landau/Marianowka/Potjo
mkino; population 200 in
1911 and 583 in 1942
aka Neu-Tarlyk
see Lesy-Neu
see Neu Oleksice
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Village Name
Neu Liebental
Neu Liebental
Neu Liebental
Neu Liebental
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Liebental
Lippers
Luck
Ludwigstal
Lustdorf
Luxemberg
Majkowice
Mannheim
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
District
Dshankoi
Taras Schewtschenko/
Jewgenjewka
E
Parish
Hochheim
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Nowo-Selje
1872
K
Neu Liebental
aka Wolkowo/Wolkoff;
founding families from
Grossliebental; population
536 in 1905 and 938 in 1943
Hochheim
aka Nowoselje/Wolost
Tabuldi / Post Seitler and
Suja
see Luzk
Rosenfeld
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
Akkermann
1861
1920
E
E
Worms/Johannestal
aka Dmitrijewka; founding
families from Grossliebental
Gebiet; population 268 in
1905 and 342 in 1926
see Majkowice
see Dawido-Orlowka
Odessa/Grossliebental
/ Komintern DNR
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Taras Schewtschenko
Tarassowka
Fedorowka
Don Gebiet
Volga
Matw.-Kurgan
Mariental
190
1886
Feodosia
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Mariental
Neu Mariental
Religion
see Klein Liebental
Neu Mannheim
Mannheim
Marianowka
Marienburg
Mariental
Mariental
Founded
K
on the river BolschoiKujalnik
K
1908
1877
K
E
1864
E
K
aka Spavtak
Rosenfeld
Gr Kirjanowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Nowo-Marjewka,
Mesenzewo
aka Neu-Pfannenstiel
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Village Name
Neu Mariewka
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Mathildendorf
Messer
Meyer
Mizun
Monaj
Montal
Moor
Muehle
Mueller
Ukrainian Name
Region
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
District
Bender
Founded
1922/1925
Religion
E
Parish
Mathildendorf
Bender
Frank
1907
1863
E
E
Mathildendorf
Dolina
Ewpatorija
Prischib
Balzer
Erlenbach
Kamenka
1844
K
Weldzirz
Prischib
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Marianca Noua;
population 168 in 1939; by
Marinca de Sus in 1995
aka Saratica Noua and
Nowoselka; population 321
in 1939
aka Lysanderdorf
aka Mizun Nowy
Post Ewpatorija
Kreis Melitopol
E
E
Neu München
Neu Nassau
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Beresan (Lachowo)
Prischib
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volga
Bender
Karakorskij
Ust-Labinskaja
Kamenka
1852
E
Post Kurisowo Pokrowsk
aka Nowo-Nikola jewka
aka Schurka
Neu Obermonjour
Volga
Mariental
1859
K
aka Bobrowka,
Nowokrinowka
Neu Odessa
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1879
E
Eigenfeld
aka Olgental, Odessa Noua
(defunct in 1995)
Neu Oleksice
Galicia
Stryj
1786
E
Gelsendorf
Records started 1809; aka
Neu Lexice, Oleksice Nowe
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Norka
Neu Oneschti
Neu Orlowka
191
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Kischinew
Alexejewo Orlowka
1889
1890
1886
J/K/E
Nikolajew
Hochstaedt
E
Kischinew
aka Effenger/Effenhar;
population 75 in 1904 and 65
in 1914
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kischinew
Jeisk
aka Zenseren, and Anenii
Noi
aka Onestii Noi and Onesti;
leased colony; population
170 in 1939
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Neu Orlowka
Neu Orlowka
Neu Orlowka
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
der Don Kosaken
Neu Osterwick
Neu Ostheim
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Chortitza
der Don Kosaken
St. Petersburg
Neu Paris
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Neu Pawlowka
Neu Peterfeld
Neu Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Josefstal
Matw.-Kurgan
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Neu Rohrbach
192
Kherson/Odessa
Religion
Parish
Ludwigstal
1888
E
1812
M
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wolost Aleksijewo
Orlowka/Post Enakijewo
aka Klein-Orlowka
Alexejewka
Neu Pargolowo
Petersburg
Petersdorf
Peterstal
Pfannenstiel
Piannenatiel
Pietnice
Porchow
Posttal
Prischib
Priwainoje
Rastatt
Reinhard
Reval
Riga
Founded
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Al-Kulundinsk
Kutschurgan
aka Pawlowka /Rayon
Chortitza/Post Pawlowka
Post Ostheim
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka; aka Deutsch--- Schuwalowo
1868
E
1910
E
Alt-Elft
K
Josefstal
1909
aka Parisul Nou and
Roschtscha
leased colony; population
247 in 1905
aka Neu-Petrowka
Post Kodincewo
1885/1890
K
aka Pschenjanoje
1928
E
new in the Soviet era
see Neu-Mariental
Akkermann
Sl-Snamenka
1864
E
E
Posttal
see Rosenberg
see Porchowo
aka Postal and Dolinowka
Beresan
Mariental
Om-Kalatschinsk
Om-Kalatschinsk
1926
K
K
E
E
Landau
aka Kustarew
population 700 in 1941
Grossliebental/
Komintern
DNR/Kurissiwo
1861
1861
1869/1880
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Esten
aka Esten
Neu Freudental
aka Aniska/ Iraklijewka;
population 110 in 1904 and
617 in 1926
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
E
Rosenfeld
aka Nowo-Chopjerskoje
Beresan
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Fedorowka
Jekaterininsk
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Rosengart
Rosenheim
Rosental
Rotowka Nr. 2
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Zaporoshje
Mariental
Matw.-Kurgan
E
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Rshadkowka
Rudnja
Samara
Samara
Sandetz
Volhynia
Volhynia
Cis-Ural
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Pulin
E
E
Neu Saratowka
Neu Sawicki
Neu Sawitzki
Neu Schampoli
Neu Schilling
193
aka Shmirino/Rayon
Chortitza/Post Pawlowka
Taganrog-Jeisk
aka Rshadowka, Rshadowka
Nowaja
aka Nowaja-Rudnja
aka Pleschanowo
Molotschna
see Neu Sandez
Neu Sandez
Kahul
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Remarks
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Bessarabia
Volga
Village
Profile/Info.
E
E
Rohrbach
Romanowka
Rosendamm
Rosengart
Neu Sandez
Neu Sarata
Neu Saratovka
Village History
aka Woroschilow/
Freudenfeld; new
settlement in the Soviet era
aka Nowo-Romanowka
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
1925
Parish
1786
1889
1765
1765
E
E
E
E
Stadlo
Neu-Sarata
Neu-Saratowka
since 1766
Kassel
E
Beresan
/Sewerinowka
Krasny-Kut
1883
1855
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu Freudental
After 1803, parish was Neu
Sandez; aka Neu Sandetz,
Nowy Sacz
aka Sarata Noua
aka
Sechziger;Schluesselburg;
settled by emigrants from
Württemberg, HessenDarmstadt, Brandenburg
Kreis Tiraspol
Blumental
aka NowoSchampi/Schampoly;
popultion 98 in 1904 and 98
in 1914
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Village Name
Neu Schirin
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Neu Schoensee
Neu Schoental
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Orloff/Orkow
Krasny-Kut
Jekaterinoslaw
Nataljew/Nataljewka
Neu Scholtoi
Neu Schulz
Neu Schwendendorf
Bessarabia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Mariental
Nikolajew/Berislaw
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Selz
Shitomir
Skorowka
Sofijewka
Sofranowka
Solnzewo
Sophiewka
Sosnowka
Speyer
Speyer
Strassburg
Straub
194
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
K
Straßburg
aka
NowAndreaschewka/Schlöss
el
Nowo-Andrejaschewka
Krasny-Kut
Neu Schoenwiese
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Religion
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Schloessel
Neu Schlossel
Neu Schoenfeld
Neu Seimeny
Founded
Akkermann
1872
aka Dmitrowka/Rayon
Woznesensk/Post
Zaporoshje and
Aleksandrowsk
1863
E
1921/1922
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Kischinew
leased colony; population
182 in 1904
E
Swedish colony
E
aka Dox/ Dox Seimeni Noi/
and Sadowoje; population
119 in 1939
Andrejewka
K
Om-Borissowsk
see Nikolaital
Post Kriwoj Rog
Settled by Volga Germans
E
Nikolajew/Neu Odessa 1878/1879
1925
Emiltschin
Beresan/Landau
Kutschurgan
Omsk
Rayon Kronau/Post Tiege
and Kotschubejewka
M
1925
1925
population 170 in 1942 (30
families without head of
household)
E
E
K
K
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Emiltschin
Landau
aka Sophiewka
see Alexandertal
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Village Name
Neu Straub
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
District
Saratow
Founded
Religion
1802
E
Parish
Bessarabia
Belz
1860
E
Kischinew
Neu Stuttgart
Neu Szczerzec
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Romanowka
1831
E
Neu Stuttgart
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bender
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
1906
1887
E
M
Mathildendorf
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Teplitz
Terek
Tiflis
Tirk
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
South Caucaus
North Caucasus
Akkermann
Balajurt
1863
E
Arzis
Neu Toganasch
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Hochheim
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Simpferopol
Hochheim
195
Remarks
aka Neu Strymbi/ Neu
Strymby/Strimba Noua;
http://blackseagr.org/f population 242 in 1904 and
orums/viewtopic.php? 479 in 1939; by Balti in
f=15&t=144
1995?
Kreis Berdjansk /Post
Romanowka
see Rosenberg
(Kuchuk-BiyukTaganash)/German colonies
of Hochheim
Neu Tarutino
Neu Telentschi
Neu Telentschi
Toganasch
Tschangrau
Tucholka
Urbach
Viktorowka
Walter
Warenburg
Wasserreich
Wasserreich
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Skatowka
Neu Strembi
Neu Taganash
Neu Tarlyk
Village History
Mariental
Baraschi
Kr. Kamyschin
Seelmann
1860
1902
E/K
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
aka Tarutino Nou and
Nowoje Tarutino; population
411 in 1939
aka Nowo-Telentschi
Wolost Tabuldi/ Post Suja
leased colony; 1874
dissolved
aka Tirk
aka Michaelsdorf
see Neu-Terek
aka Kutschuk-BijukToganasch
aka Kutschuk Bijuk
Toganasch/Post Toganasch
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Tucholka
aka Fl. Gr. Wetjolka
aka Nowaja-Viktorowka
aka Grjasnaja-Luca
aka Rownoje Priwalnoje
see Neu-Kerleut
see Neu-Kroelent
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Weimar
Werbowo
Wickerau
Wiesenheim
Wiesenmueller
Witebsk
Worms
Worms
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Wurrttemberg
Neu Zuerich
Neu Zuerichtal
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Zuerichtal
Neu Zuerichtal
Neubau
Neuberg
Neuborn
Neubrabant
Neubrunnenial
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neu
Neuburg
Neuchmerin
Novohradkivka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
District
Pallasowka
Religion
1861
1900
E
E
E
E
E
1925/1928
E
E
1911
E
E
E
Fedorowka
Krasny-Kut
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Rosenfeld
aka Sheltoje
Beresan
Kutschurgan/
Beljakewski
Fedorowka
Feodosia
1860
aka Bolfarka/Rosa
Luxemburg
aka Nowobelkowka
aka Werbrus; Tschelebi-Eli
Zuerichtal
aka Tschelebe Eli/Post
Zuerichtal
Feodosia
E
Mariental
Tschernjachow
E
Shitomir
aka Tschernjachow
see Kukkus
Krasny-Kut
Odessa/Grossliebental
/Mariinskoje, now
Ovidiopol, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Gorodniza
Neuchutor
Neudamm
Neudatschnoje
Neudoerfel
Orenburg
Volga
North Siberia
Galicia
South of Orenburg
Marxstadt
OT-Barabinsk
Neu Sandez
Neudoerfel
Neudorf
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Neu Sandez
Feodosia
196
Founded
1805
E
E
Grossliebental
Nowograd-Wolynsk
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/n
euburg.txt
aka Neuberg/NowoGradowka/Wladimirowka;
105 houses in 1859;
population 482 in 1825 and
871 in 1926
aka Staryjchmer
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
1783
E
E
M
K
Alt Sabdez
aka Neydarumje
aka Podmajerz
1783
1849
E
E
Stadlo
Zuerichtal
aka Podmajerz, records
started 1787
aka Islam-Terek
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1924
E
Parish
Neudorf
Don Gebiet
Neudorf
Galicia
Drohobycz
1783
E
Brigidau
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Tlumacz
Drohobycz
Sambor
1842
1783
1783
E
K
K
Czernowitz
Drohobycz
Sambor
K
Christina ?
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf
Neudorf (Islam Terek)
Neudorf (Islam-Terek)
Neudorf Chutor
Neudorf Fink
197
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
South Caucaus
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Nikolajew/Jelanez
Glückstal
Stepnoje
Armawir
Se-Borodulicha
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Lissitschja , Meindorf
1809
1911
E
E
Glückstal
Stawropol
1884
1924
1905
1879
E
E
E
E
Ssuchum
aka Nowa Wies --- Records
started 1786
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea Baginsberg
aka Nowa Wies
aka Klein
aka Nowo-Nikolajewka
aka
Karamanowka/Komanowa;
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f 222 houses in 1859;
collections/history/link/n orums/viewtopic.php? population 761 in 1825 and
eudorf.txt
f=15&t=79
1,956 in 1919
aka Nowinka
see Strelnaja Kolonie
Feodosia
Dshankoi
Krasny-Kut
Gorodniza
Wladislawka
Zuerichtal
E
aka Islam Terek /Wolost
Wladislawka/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Itschki and
Feodosija
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1849
Zurichtal
Nikolajew/Nowyj Bug
Fedorowka
1858
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nikolajew
aka Klein Neudorf;
population 60 in 1904 and 25
in 1914
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Bratschki-Tomar,
Nechworascha
Records started 1784
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
St. Petersburg
Dobrudscha
Neueinlage
Jekaterinoslaw
aka Bulgakowka/ Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Neuenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Chortitza
1789
M
aka Malaschewka /Okrug
Zaporoshje/Kreis
Jekaterinoslaw
Neuendorf
Neuendorf
Neuer Damm
Neues Leben
Neues Leben
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Chortitza
1789
M
Neufall
Neufeld
Neufeld
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Akkermann
Dshankoi
Mermentschik
1864/1867
1882
1888
E
E
E
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
198
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Konstanza
E
R
1892
Heimthal
Koenigsberg
Village History
Neudorf Tomar
Neudornbach
Neue Muehle
Neue Siedlung
Neue Weingärten
Neufeld
Neufeld
Baraschi
Lancut
Dobrinka
Religion
E
gem.
Romanian name: Viile Noi
aka Schirokoje / Okrug
Zaporashje/Post Chortitza
see Hoelzel
see Salpeterdamm
Fedorowka
Majorsk
Majorskaja
1888
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
1928
Beresan
1928
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Ulus-Jaschaltinsk
OKupino
Posttal
Hochheim
Ludwigstal
Ludwigstal
E
DNR Fr. Engels
E
1928
K
1926
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Neifeld; leased colony;
population 240 in 1939
aka Borlak
aka Nowopolje
aka Nowopolje/Post
Majorskoje & Bolschoj
Janisol/Kreis Mariopol
aka Nowopolje
aka Schewtschenko
aka Sofijewka/Post Tiege
aka Budjonow
aka Nowij Mir; originally
Jewish, bought for the
Kollective
Schmoll Chutor
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
Neufeld
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Neufeld (Borlok)
Neufeld s. Borlak
Neufeld, Chutor
Neufrank
Neugebauer, Chutor
Neugeweh
Neugowo
Neuhausen
Neuheim
Neuheim
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
District
Hochheim
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Borlak/Post Kurman
Kemeltschi
1894
aka Panika
Defunct after 1 918
see Gnadenfeld/Odessa
see Gnadenfeld/Odessa
see Strelnaja Kolonie
E
Ostheim
Bolsch. Janisol
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
(Iwanowka/
Jewgenjewka
Neuheim
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Neuheim
Neuheim
Neuheim
Neuhof
Neuhof
Neuhof
Neuhof
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
199
Parish
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Wremjewskaja
Neuheim
Religion
Dshankoi
Kamenka
Krasny-Kut
Pallasowka
Mariental
Jekaterinoslaw
Neuheim
Founded
Ust-Labinskaja
Erlenbach
1924
1882
E
E
Rosenfeld
aka Alexandrowka
Ludwigstal
aka Alexandrowka / Wolost
Wremjewskaja/Post Bolschoj
Janisol
E
Neu Freudental
aka Scharowa; by river
Bolschoi-Kujalnik;
population 120 in 1904 and
239 in 1919
K
Strassburg
aka Diminski
1888
E
1830
1830
E
E
M
E
aka Nowosselka, Nowo
Ssalowka
see Protowka
Golodajewka
Grodek Jagiellonski
Grodek Jagiellonski
Bohorodczany
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Taganrog-Jeisk
Hartfeld
Kiernieca-Lemberg
Ugartsthal
Records started 1788
Records started 1783
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Village Name
Neuhof
Neuhof
Neuhof
Ukrainian Name
Region
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Nowodworowka/Kreis
Aleksandrowzk/Post
Romanowka
see Gnadenfeld/Odessa
see Nowoworowka
Ludwigstal
aka Witaschewskoje;
population 32 in 1904 and
724 ? In 1926
Neuhof Chutor
Neuhöfen
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
Beresan
1926
E
E
Neuhoffnung
Neuhoffnung
Neuhoffnung
Neuhoffnung
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Feodosia
1852
E
Neuhoffnungstal
Neuhoffnungstal
Neuhoffnungstal
Neuhoftal
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Sofijewka
Sofiewka
1822
E
Neuhorst
Jekaterinoslaw
Chortitza
1824
M
aka Ternowataja ,
Shernowata
M
aka Juschanlee/ Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
Neukirch
Neukron
Neukron
Neukron
200
Zuerichtal
Sofijewka
aka Nowaja-Nadjeshda,
Kianlj, Olgino
Zurichtal
Kreis Berdjansk
M
Crimea/Taurida
Halbstadt
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost
Zaliwnoje/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk/Post
Zaliwnoje
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Wolost Knjaz
Grigorjewka/Post
Gornostajewka
Wasilijewka
Neu Stuttgart
1820
Prischib
Kreis /Post Nowo Spasowka
Kl.-Hoffnungstal
see Nowosolennaja
see Kotschubejewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Neukron
Neukronental
Neuland
Neuland
Neuland
Neuland
Region
Kamyanka
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Neuland
Neumann
Neumann
Neumanowka
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volhynia
Neumarkt
Neumond
Neumontal
Neunassau
Neuosterwick
Neurosengert
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Neusatz
Crimea/Taurida
District
Nikolajew/
Gornostajewka/
Wasilijewka/Mariinsk
/ Kl. Grigorjewka
Schirokoje
Founded
1869
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kotschubejewka; 40 km
north of Berislaw;
population 315 in 1911 and
204 in 1919
Post Schirokoje
see Steinbach
K
Rozdilna, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
see Jelenowka/Odessa, aka
Shevchenka
see Linintal/Odessa
Marxstadt
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
E
see Brehning
Pulin
E
Nowy Targ
Prischib
Prischib
Chorititza
Chorititza
Simpferopol
E/K
1817
1814
1804/6
Heimthal
Neu Sandez/Nowy
Targ
aka Nowy Targ
see Aitugan
E
E
E
Neusatz
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/n
eusatz.txt
aka Tschukartscha, W of
Zelenogorskoye
Worms/Johannestal
Founding families from
Grossliebental Gebiet;
population 525/587 in 1905
and 682 in 1941-1943
Neusatz
Wolost Suja / Kreis
Simferopol/Post Suja
Neusatz
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/Neusatz
Neusatz
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Neusatz Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
see Wiesengrund/Nikolajew
Neustadt
Crimea/Taurida
aka Gorodok/Kreis
Berdjansk
201
1858
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Neutitschein
New York
New York
Newashkino
Newo Bajut
Neydarumje
Nidens
Nieder Chortitza
Nieder Monjou
Niederchoritz
Niederdorf
Niederland
Niedermonjou
Niemcy
Niemscice
Niepolomice
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Trembowla
Nieznanow
Nikitowskoje
Nikoisko-Kasakowo
Galicia
North Siberia
Volga
Nikolai Kolonie
Nikolaiberg
Nikolaidorf
Nikolaidorf
Novgorod
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Pallasowka
Chortitza
Marxstadt
Chorititza
1835
1889
K
M
Parish
Strusow
New-Jork
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Nowy Tyczyn
Rayon Sheleznyj
1874
E
see Neu-Bajut
see Neudatschnoje
1803
1767
M
E
Okrug Zaporoshje
aka Bobrowka
See Blonski Chutor/Odessa
Krasny-Kut
Marxstadt
Cieszanow
1767
Bochnia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Se-Nowo-Iwanowka
Sl-Snamenka
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Gnadenfeld
Konstantinowka
Nikolaifeld
Don Gebiet
Matw.-Kurgan
Jekaterinoslaw
Okrug
Zaporoshje/Rayon and
Post Chortitza
202
Religion
Sheleznaja
Nikolaidorf
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaifeld
Founded
E
E
Reichau
1775
E
Neu Gawlow
Bobrovka
Records started 1788
see Deutschendorf
Records started 1809
E
E
Josefow
Records started 1806
1912
1835
E
Nowgorod
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka
1909
M
Post Kotschubejewka
aka Jassnoje
M
M
aka Nikolskoje/ Rayon
Molotschansk / Post
Bogdanowka Gnadenfeld
aka Nikolaipol
1851
E
New-Jork
aka Nikolaippolje, Weneges
aka Nikolajpol
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Village Name
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaifeld
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol
Nikolaipol ( skoje)
Nikolaipolje
Nikolaital
Ukrainian Name
Region
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Nikolaital
Jekaterinoslaw
Nikolaital
Nikolaital
Nikolaital
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Nikolajew
Nikolajew
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
203
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Rayon Konstanti
nowka/Wolost
Santurinowka/Post
Drushkowka
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Nikolaipol
Orloff/Orlow
Minwodsk
Om-Gorkoje
Prischib
1872
1897
Nikolaipol
Saliwnoje
Santurinowka
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Sl-Orlow
Ta-Talas
1869
1894
1892
1882
M
E
M
M
M
M
Maltschewski
1907
E
1864
M
M
M
E
aka Nikolskoje/ Rayon
Kronau/Post Tiege and
Kotschubejewka
Hochstaedt
see Nikolaifeld
aka Nikolaifeld
aka Georgstal
see Nikolaifeld
Rynowka
Okrug Kriwoj
Rog/Rayon
Scholochowo/Post
Nikopol
Gruschewka
Kronau
aka Nowosofijewka or Neu
Sofijewka
1861
1870
K
E
Alt Samaraara
Melekes
1864
E
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Starobelsk
Golizinow
1882
1888
E
M
Kronau
aka Nikolajewka /Post Nowo
Woroncowo
aka Schirokaja Balka
see Gnadenfeld
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien --- &
Kaschubia.
population 194 in 1926
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Charkow
aka Ebental
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Santurinowka
1884
M
Wasikowskoje
Starobelsk
1871
1882
E
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka
Nikolajewka I
Nikolajewka II
Nikolajewka Nr.
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Ufa
Ufa
North Caucasus
Taras Schewtschenko
Nikolajewka Nr. 1
Nikolajewka Nr. 5
Nikolajewka Nr. 6
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Orenburg
Nikolajewka Nr. 75
Nikolajewka Nr. 9
Nikolajewsk
Nikolajewskoje
Nikolajpol
Nikolajpol
Nikolajpol
Nikolayev
Nikolskoje
Nikolskoje
Nikolskoje
Nikonkowice
North Siberia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
204
Parish
Charkow
E
E/K
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kronstadt
see Liebental
aka Ettingerfeld
Post Stormowsk
Weidennerg
Neu Liebental
see Nikolaital
see Sonnental
Winodelnoje
OKupino
Om-Sosnowka
E
M
see Gnadendorf
Ts-Kotschertyk
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kasantschin
Kasantschin
Chasaw-Jurt
SlBlagoweschtschensk
North of Orenburg
Slawgorod
Gorjatschewodsk
Se-Abakanskaja
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1894
1894
1901
M
1912
1884
1895
M
M
M
New-Jork
1912
1902
M
M
E
Pjatigorsk
aka Scheitsche, Tschajatschi
Settled by Volga Germans
see Freudental/Odessa
see Georgstal
see Nikolaifeld
Post Nikopol
E
see Nikolaifeld
Sl-Snamenka
1909
M
see Nikolaidorf
see Falkenstein
Galicia
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Village Name
Nikopol Villages
Nimrowo
Niniow Dolny
Niniow Dolny
Niniow Gorny
Nipesnanitsch
Nisamoschnoje
Nischnaja Dobrinka
Nischnaja Grjasnucha
Nischnaja Wodjanka
Nishnaja Grjasnucha
Nishnije Fondukly
Nisko
Niterbach
Nitin
Nitino
Niw
Njemetzkij
Njemezkaja
Njemezkaja Kolonija
Njemezkoje
Njeposnanitsch
No. 10, Chutor
Nordheim
Norka
Novograd Volynsk
Nowa Wies
Nowaja
Nowaja Glafirowka
Nowaja Markowka
Nowaja Nadjeschda
Nowaja Nadjeshda
Nowaja Rudnja
Nowaja Schismi
Nowaja Semlja
205
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
District
Founded
Prischib
Ts-Troitzk
Dolina
Dolina
Religion
Parish
E
K
Ugartsthal
Zulin
Simpferopol
Nisko
Nowy Targ
E
K
Ranischau
Szczawina
Emiltschin
E
Emiltschin
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1784
aka Niniow Gorny
see Niniow Dolny
see Nepoznanitscha
See Kellersheim/Odessa
see Dobrinka
Pallasowka
Post Suja
Records started 1783
see Nitino
aka Nitin
see Lissitza
Tscheljabinsk
see Deutsche Kolonie
see Strelna
Settled by Volga Germans
see Nepoznanitschi
Ak-Koktschetaw
Marxstadt
Selidowka
Balzer
1875
1767
E
M
E
Fedorowka
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New-Jork
aka Marinowka
Weigand
see Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Neudorf
see Sasimowka
see Neu-Glafirowka
see Markowka
see Johannisfeld
see Neuhoffnung
see Neu-Rudnja
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Nowaja Viktorowka
Nowesiolo
Nowesiolo
Nowgorod
Nowica
Nowiczka
Nowikowka
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Nowikowka Nr. 5
Nowin
Nowinka
Nowinka
Nowinko
Nowo Aleksandrowka
District
Founded
Religion
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu Viktorowka
Zydaczow
Zydaczow
Romanowka
Kalusz
Dolina
1828
1828
1843
Ufa
Volhynia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Nowosjelowka
Pulin
Om-Sosnowka
1906
1895
E
E
K
Sl-Snamenka
1896
E
Nowo Alexandrowa
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Nowo Alexandrowka
Nowo Alexandrowka
Nowo Alexandrowka
Nowo Alexandrowka
Nowo Alexandrowka
Nowo Alexandrowskoje
Nowo Andreaschewka
Nowo Bachmetjewka
Nowo Bachmetjewka
Nowo Bajaut
Nowo Caricino
Nowo Chopjerskoje
Nowo Chortitza
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Volhynia
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Akkermannn
Grigorjewka
Nowo Dimitrijewka
Nowo Dmitriewka
Nowo Dworowka
Nowo Fjodorowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
206
Parish
E
K
E
E
E
Gelsendorf
Nowesiolo
Ugartsthal
Ugartsthal
aka Darmstadt
Records started 1783
Records started 1783
see Neuhof
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
Heimthal
Settled by Volga Germans
see Neudorf
see Neu-Alexandrowka
K
Neu Liebental
1911
E
Andrejewka
1871
E
Barwenkowo
1892
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
1874
Marienowka
1871
M
Santurinowka
Bachmut
Romanowka
Lugansk
1909
1909
1823
E
E
K
E
Charkow
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aka Alexandreeni Noi; 151
families in 1939
see Eigenheim
aka Alexandertal
see Neu-Krausendorf
see Neu-Alexandrowka
see Neu Schössel/Odessa
aka Neu-Bach
Post Nowo Bachmetjewka
Post Suja
see Neu-Rosengart
aka Neu Chortitza
Kreis Bachmut/Post
Dmitriewak
aka Neuhof
Rayon Nowo Swetlanowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Nowo Germanskij
Nowo Iwanowka
Nowo Iwanowka
Nowo Iwanowskoje
Nowo Iwanowskoje, Chutor
Nowo Kamenka
Nowo Krassnowko
Nowo Marjewka
Nowo Michajlowka
Nowo Nikolajewka
Nowo Nikolajewka
Nowo Nikolajewka
Nowo Nikolajewka
Nowo Nikolajewka
Nowo Nikolsk
Nowo Omsk
Nowo Orlowka
North Caucasus
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Ufa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Nowo Pawlowskojo Chutor
Nowo Petrowka
Nowo Petrowka
Nowo Polje
Nowo Poltawka
Nowo Popowka
Nowo Romanowka
Nowo Romanowka
Nowo Romanowka
Nowo Salowka
Nowo Scharapowo
Nowo Selewka Chutor
Nowo Selowka
Nowo Silje (Neu Liebental)
Nowo Ssalowka
Nowo Sselje
Nowo Stepnoje
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
207
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Kharkow
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu-Johannestal
Post Pereschtschepino
Se-Pawlodar
1912
1907
E
E
Alexandronewsk
1842
E
Tabuldi
1881
E
Post Schtscherbani
aka Neu-Jamburg
see Neu-Mariental
see Eigenheim
see Neu-Nikolajewka
Post Suja
see Gnadenfeld
see Gnadenfeld
see Kulomski
Tabuldi
Mariupol
E
Worms Johannestal
Izjum
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Om-Moskalenki
Petro-Pawlowka
1838
Om-Ljubinsk
Beresan
1902
Tabuldi
1886
aka Schoental
see Heidelberg
see Neu-Romanowka
see Neuheim
E
K
population 30 in 1905
see Neu-Peterfeld
Rayon Barwenkowo
München
see Klein Neudorf/Odessa
see Neuheim
M
Post Bachmetjewka
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Village Name
Nowo Swetlowka
Nowo Telentschi
Nowo Ukrainka
Nowo Usensk
Nowo Zarizino
Nowo Zelenj
Nowo Zlaipol
Nowo-Andreaschewka
Nowobelkowka
Nowodworowka
Nowograd Wolynsk
Nowo-Iwanowka
Nowoje Lordowskoje
Nowoje Selje
Nowokamenka
Nowokowo
Nowokrinowka
Nowokronstadtskoje
Nowolipowka
Nowo-Mir
Nowo-Nikolajewka
Nowo-Nikolajewkoje
Nowopolje
Nowopolje
Nowopolskij
Noworossijskij
Nowoselje
Nowosielica Nizna
Nowosiolki
Nowoskatowka
Nowoslobodka
Nowoslobodka
Nowosofijewka
Nowosolennaja
208
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
District
Tabuldi
Founded
1887
Religion
Parish
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Tabuldi
Ak-Koktschetaw
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Rohrbach/Odessa
see Neu-Telentschi
M
Rayon Solijewka /Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Zaporoshje
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Village History
1869
1909
E
K
Tiraspol
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Neu-Gruental
Post Turgenjewka
Neu-Schlossel
see Neu-Zuerich
aka Neuhof, Saimalkulj
Gerber Chutor
1886
E
1928
K
see
see
see
see
Neu-Liebental
Strassenheim
Keller Chutor/Odessa
Neu-Obermonjour
Ak-Promyschlennaja
see Frosental
Nickolajewka
Hahnbofen
see Neufeld
see Neufeld
Wradiewski
Om-Ljubinsk
Dolina
Lemberg
Zaporoshje
Nowosofijewka
Saliwnoje
1845
E
E
1865
1883
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Ugartsthal
Dornfeld
see Blumental
see Neu Liebental
Records started 1783
Records started 1788
see Schoental
see Rosengard
Rayon and Post Chortitza
aka Nikolaital
aka Neukron
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Nowosselka
Nowostrojenje
Nowotschinnoje
Nowotulka
Nowousensk
Nowo-Usensk
Nowousenskoje
Nowozeljenaja
Nowozeljonaja
Nowy Sacz
Nowy Targ
Nowy Tyczyn
Nowyj Numer
Nowyj Numer
Nowyj Spat
Nowyje Lesy
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Nowyje Lesy
Nr. 10
Nr. 2
Nr. 4
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Kharkow
Simpferopol
Radiono-Neswet
1900
E
K
K
Nowotscherkas
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki
aka Krasneipopas
Defunct after 1918
Defunct after 1918
Nusstal
Ober Monjou
Oberberg
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Kahul
Marxstadt
1925
1767
E
K
Albota
aka Valea Nucilor and
Orechowka
aka Kriwowskoje
Oberdorf
Oberfeld
Oberhofstein
Oberholstein
Obermonjou
Obernberg
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kamenka
Mariental
1852
E
aka Kubcowo, Kubzowo,
Kupzowo
1767
K
Kriwowskoje
Obersdorf
Obertyn
Galicia
Galicia
Dobromil
Horodenka
1783
E
K
209
Gouv. Kiew
E
Radomysl
Ak-Obraszowaja
Settled by Volga Germans
Ak-Promyschlennaja
Settled by Volga Germans
see Neukron
see Neu-Gruental
see Neu Sandez
see Neumarkt
see Neutitschein
see Eugenfeld
see Kronsfeld
Post Spat
see Lesy-Neu
E
Simpferopol
see Dinkel
Marxstadt
see Neuheim
aka Vorort v. Rodomysl
see Eigental
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Bandrow
Obertyn
Records started 1783; aka
Wolica
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Oberwald
Obilnoje
Objedinenije
Oblaznica
Obliska
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Mariental
Dolina
1845
K
Dolina
Obliska
Obolonie
Obolonie
Obolonskoje
Obosnaja
Ochsenberg
Ochsenberg zu Susannental
Ochsengraben
Ochsengraben
Ochsengraben
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Kharkow
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Dolina
Dolina
Dolina
1845
E
K
E
Ugartsthal
Dolina
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
K
K
K
Susannental
Ochsengraben bei Wittmann
Volga
Unterwalden
K
Wittmann
aka Wittmanskij
Ochsengraben
Ochsengraben bei Zuerich
Volga
Unterwalden
E
Zuerich
aka Zuerichskij
Ochsengraben
see Grossweide
Mariental
see Wola Oblaznicka
aka Oblizka
aka Oblizka, records started
1784
see Gnadenfeld
Kreis Slawjanoserbsk
zu Susannental
Rostow
zu Orlowskoje
Wittmanskij
Zuerichskij
aka Kamenaja; a few miles
north, there were two more
farms
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Ochsner
Odessa
Odessa
Offizino
Ogus Oglu
Ogus Tobe
Ogus Tobe
Ohrloff
Ohrloff
Oibur
210
Odesa
Odessa
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Beresan
Omsk
E
K
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/o
dessa.txt
E
see Owcino
Post Ewpatorija
see Okus-Tebe
Post Ak Monaj
Ewpatorija
Feodosia
Halbstadt
1807
M
see Orlow
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Djelal
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Village Name
Oj Dshurtschi
Ojbur
Oknitza
Okrech
Okretsch
Okretsch
Okretsch (Freudental)
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Ewpatorija
Ewpatorija
Neusatz
Belz
Zuerichtal
E
Kischinew
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Post Kokej
Post Ewpatorija
aka Ocnita Gara and Ocnita;
Romanian village with
Germans
Zurichtal
see Freudental
see Freudental
1849
Oktjaberskij
Oktober
Oktoberberg
Okus Tebe
Oleksice Nowe
Oleksice Stare
Oleschau
Oleschna
Oleschna
Oleskoj, Chutor
Olexice
Olgafeld
Olgafeld
Olgafeld
Olgafeld
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Arkadak
1910
M
Petrowerowka
Mariental
Feodosia
1884
M
Olgafeld
Olganowka
Olgenau
Olgenburg
Olgenfeld
Olgenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Werchnerogatschik
Olgenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
211
Parish
Nr. 5; Settled by Mennonites
from Chortitza --- aka
Wjasenskoje
aka Ogus-Tobe
see Neu Oleksice
see Alt-Oleksice
see Olszanka
see Dietel
see Alt-Oleksice
see Dreihinden
Post Saksagan
see Olgino
W. Rogatschik
Rostow
Beresan
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
1864
M
Kreis Melitopol /Post
Werchnerogatschik
1866
E
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Jeisk
aka Oljchowka
aka Popowa
aka Olegenfeld
aka Bessarabka; population
140 in 1919
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Olgenfeld
Olgental
Olginka
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
North Caucasus
Bessarabia
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgino
Olgowka
Oljchowka
Ollschau
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Ufa
Volhynia
Galicia
Taras Schewtschenko
Oloneschti
Olrado Chutor
Olschewka
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Akkermann
Olszanka
Omarschen
Omelnja
Omsk Region
Galicia
South Caucaus
Volhynia
Siberia
Neu Sandez
Omurtscha
Omylnoje
Dobrudscha
Volhynia
Konstanza
212
Founded
Religion
Parish
Nowosofijewka
Stepnoje
Se-Perwomaiskoje
Slawgorod
Sl-Snamenka
Kl. Grigorjewka
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Popowa
see Neu-Odessa
Rayon Nowo Swetlanowka
see Neuhoffnung
Lugansk
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Village History
1865
E
M
aka Schoendorf
Neu-Karlsruhe/Nikolajew
K
1897
M
1908
1869
E
E
E
Stawropol
br rivewr Bolschoi-Kujalnik;
population 79 in 1926
see Lustdorf/Odessa
aka Tempelhof
aka Olgafeld
see Neu Karlsruhe
see Neuhoffnung
Wasilijewka
Olewsk
E
Emiltschin
see Oserowo
see Olgenburg
see Olszanka
1883
Wolodarsk
E
Andrejewka
aka Olanesti; population 55
in 1939
E
1784
Marchlewsk
1904
E
Stadlo
E
Shitomir
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Olescheu, Ollschau;
Records started 1787
see Waldheim
aka Omylnoje
Romanian name: Valea
Seacá
see Omelnja
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Oneschti Vechi
Onijuschka
Bessarabia
Volga
Onlar
Onlar
Opaka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
District
Founded
Religion
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alt Oneschiti
see Pfeifer
German Leased colonies of
Neusatz
Neusatz
see Felsendorf
Oranienbaum
St. Petersburg
E
Oranienbaum
Oranienbaum colony
St. Petersburg
Volga
E
Oranienbaumer Kolonie
Orbasche
Orbeljanowka
Orbeljanowka
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Oranienbaum
(1759)
aka Lomonosow, Russian city
with Germans
aka Lomonosow, parish by
1759
1812
Ordshonikidse
Ordzhak-Dzhabu
Orenburg
Orenburg
Oresch
Donetsk
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
Molotschna
Saki
Orhei
Orlik
Orlinskaja
Bessarabia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Orhei
Gouv. Kiew
Romanowka
213
Parish
1812
E
1897
E/M
Settled by emigrants from
Iswar (closed after 2 years)
see Gorbascha
see Romanowka
Defunct
M
a populated place in
Donetsk Oblast, eastern
Ukraine. It lies approx. 48
degrees N Latitude and 38
degrees east Long. Other
names are Yenakiyeve,
Rykovo, Yenakiyevo,
Ordzhonikidze,
Ordshonikidse.
Hochheim Khutors
aka Tschkalow
Oranienbaum
1893
1868
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kischinew
Radomysl
Romanian village with
Germans
defunct after 1914
aka Eigenfeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Orloff
Orloff
Orloff/Orlov
Orlovskaya
Orlow
Orlow
Alt Samaraara
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Melekes
Orloff
Seelmann
Marxstadt
1873
1871
1767
M
M
M
E
Golizinowka
1888
M
Orlow
Orlow
Orlow
Orlow
Orlow
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Orlow
Om-Borodinowsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Om-Ljubinsk
Sl-Snamenka
1908
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Orlow, settled after
1859 by Mennonites from
Danzig area
see Bahnhof
aka Bahndorf
Rayon Kronau/Post Tiege
and Kotschubejewka
aka Tschunajewo
aka Orlowka
M
M
M
M
aka Ohroloff/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
Orlow
Crimea/Taurida
Halbstadt
Orlowka
Orlowka
Orlowka
Orlowka
Orlowo
Orlowskaja
Orlowskoje
Orlowskoje
Orlowskoje
Orsk
Orta Mamaj
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
AleksejewOrlowka
Ortachioi
Osernyj
Oserowka
Oserowo
Osinowka
Dobrudscha
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Volga
Tultscha
Ku-Adajewsk
1883
E
Dawlekanowo
1894
E
214
Parish
1888
1888
Om-Ljubinsk
Gebiet der Don
Kosaken/Post Enakiewo
E
M
see Orlow
OKupino
Marxstadt
Ds-Aulea-Ata
Se-Borodulicha
1767
1890
1909
E
E/M
E
see Karaman
North of Orenburg
M
Neusatz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Romanian name: Regina
Maria
see Seebach/Odessa
aka Olgowka
see Reinhard
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Village Name
Osipowka
Oskarburg
Oskarowka
Osokorowka
Osowa
Ossikowo
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Volhynia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Emiltschin
E
Heimthal
Marchlewsk
Iwankow
E
E
Shitomir
Radomysl
E
Hoffnungstal
1873
1869
M
S
Ostheim
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Josephstadt
aka Oskarowka
see Oskarburg
see Ebenberg
aka Ossowka
aka Friedrichswalde
aka Ehni Chutor/Effig
Chutor; Gieck Chutor/Singer
Chutor; by river BolschoiKujalnik
see Reinhardt
Ossinowka
Ossinowka
Ossipowka
Ossowi
Ostenfeld
Ostheim
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Shirajewo
Ostheim
Ostheim Nr. 12
Ostrachowka
Ostrogowka
Ostron
Ostrow
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Galicia
Aleksandrowskaja
Chasaw-Jurt
Wolodarsk
Lemberg
E
E
Heimthal
Dornfeld
Ostrow
Ostrowice
Ostrowiec
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Tarnow
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Cieszanow
K
Lubaczow
see Ostrowiec
aka Ostrowice, Ostrowitz
Ostrowiec
Ostrowitz
Ostrowka
Ostrowskaya
Ostrowy Kolonia
Ostrowy Tuszowskie
Oswiecim
Otar
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Cieszanow
see Ostrowiec
Wolodarsk
E
Reichau
aka Ostrowice, Ostrowitz,
records started 1788
E
Heimthal
215
1880 - 1902
Village History
Om-Borodinowsk
Seelmann
Aleksandrowskaja
aka Thaelmann
Gebiet der Don
Kosaken/Post Ostheim
1902
M
see Freudental
see Louis
aka Ostronj
Records started 1788
see Deutsch Ostrau
see Deutsch Ostrau
see Ausschwitz
Eupatoria
1890
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Dshankej
Kerleut
Mamai
Moinak
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Donuslaw
Ewpatorija
Feodosia
Eupatoria
Eupatoria
Otar Mojnak
Otar Petrowka
Otar Petrowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Totonai
Totonai
Otar Petrowka
Otdelnyj
Otesch
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Totanaj
Prochladnyj
Eupatoria
Otesch
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Otar
Otar
Otar
Otar
Otar
Otrada
Otradnoje
Otradowka
Otschajanyje, Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1890
Post Kodshanbak
Post Seitler
1890
1889
E
E
Djelal
Djelal
Neusatz
1880
1880
Wolost Donuzlaw /Post
Ewpatorija
E
Post Kurman Kemeltschi and
Kolaj
1893
Schirajewo
(Hoffnungstal)
E
E
Djelal
aka Feuer
Neusatz
Wolost Saki/Post Ewpatorija
and Saki
Hoffnungstal
aka
Zolotschewsk/Solotschewak;
by Bolschoi-Kujalnik;
population 90 in 1919
see Liebental
E
Post Mostowoje
Otschakow Chutor
Otschka Bailar
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Pdessa/Beresan
Simpferopol
Otschka Bajlar
Ottenhausen
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Simpferopol
Grodek Jagiellonski
Ottynia
Ottynia
Otus
Otus
Otus
Otus
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tlumacz
Tlumacz
Feodosia
Taraktasch
216
Founded
1905
1788
K/E
E
Rastatt
(K)/Nikolajew (E)
Byten
K
Weissenberg
E
K
E
Czernowitz
Ottynia
Zuerichtal
1805
Revised 16 Feb 2012
population 60 in 1905
Kreis Perekop/Post Bijuk
Onlar
aka Zatoka
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg (Ref)
aka Dreissig
ev
Zurichtal
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Village Name
Otus
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
District
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Pachenauaja
Pachomowka
Paden
Padew
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Padew Kolnia
Pallasowka
Pamjatnoje
Panika
Paninskoje
Pannino
Panowka
Panowka
Panowo
Panskij Stawek
Panskij Stawok
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kharkow
Volga
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Volhynia
Mielec
Pallasowka
Parapara
Bessarabia
Ismail
217
Crimea/Taurida
Religion
Feodosia
Owcino
Owzyna
Ozerki
Ozerki
Ozomla Kolonia
Pardenau
Founded
Parish
Zuerichtal
1830
E
E
St. Petersburg
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wolost Taraktasch/Rayon
Feodosija/Post Alte Krim
and Sudak
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka; aka Offzino,
--- Owzyna
see Owcino
aka Schuwalowo
see Schoensee
see Schumlau
see Neu-Petersburg/Odessa
K
Om-Ljubinsk
see Padew
see Padew Kolnia
1783
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
aka Padew, Paden,
Baardorf, Fallbrunn
see Schick
see Rothammel
see Neufrank
see Schoenchen
Rostow
Khreis Slawjanoserbsk
see Hildmann
Beresan
E
Gorodniza
1913/1916
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Panskij
aka Panskij Stawek
E
Arzis
population 160 in 1939;
extinct in 1995
aka Potemkino,
Pordenau/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
Gnadenfled
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Parkan
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ Fr.
Engels
Paruschowka
Pascha Tschokmak
Pascha Tschokmak
Paschnja
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Kahul
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Slawgorod
Paris
Pastwa
Patkanowo
Patrikejewsk
Paul
Paulinowka
Veselyy Kut
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volhynia
Gnadenfeld
Founded
1816
1921
1885
Religion
Parish
E
Alt-Elft
K
Langenberg
E
M
Albota
Remarks
aka Weselyj Kut; 134 houses
in 1859; 1831 cholera took
49 persons; population 1,298
in 1858 and 1,614 in 1939
aka Paruseni; population 180
in 1939; by Budai in 1995
Post Bijuk Onlar
1820
aka Plugowoje/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk / Kreis
Berdjansk
see Froehliche Kolonie
see Alexanderfeld
M
E
E
Radomysl
aka Pawlowka/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
see Paulskoje
aka Paulskoi
Paulsheim
Paulskoi
Paulskoje
Paulskoye
Paulskron
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Gnadenfeld
1852
M
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Wasilijewka
1767
1767
E
E
E
Paulstal
Paveleni
Pavlodar
Pawlinowka
Pawlograd
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Siberia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Grossliebental
1865
E
Neu Freudental
E
Heimthal
218
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/p
aris.txt
Village
Profile/Info.
M
Pallasowka
Radomysl
Wolodarsk
Om-Pawlograd
Village History
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Daughter colony of
Freudental
see Pawlowka/Bessarabia
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Pawlow
Pawlow
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowka
Pawlowsk
Pawlowsk
Pawlowsk
Pawlowskoje
Pekasskoje
Penki
Penner Chutor
Penowka
Peratyn
Perekrestowo
Peremennowskoje
Perepkopnoje
Galicia
Galicia
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Perepletowka
Perewosinka
Perewosinka
Perfilejewka
Perwomaiskoje
Perwomaiskoje
Peskowatka
Peskowatka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Pesotschnoje
Pestchany Brod
219
North Siberia
Ufa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volga
Alt Samaraara
Kherson/Odessa
District
Radziechow
Radziechow
Akkermann
Saliwnoje
Saliwnoje
Founded
Religion
1888
1894
1894
E
K
E
M
E
Parish
Josefow
Radziechow
Posttal
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1806
aka Paveleni
aka Rosenfeld
see Neu-Osterwick
Om-Jelansk
Om-Kalatschinsk
Starobelsk
Ak-Kommunist
Dawlekanowo
Beresan
Radziechow
Saliwnoje
Se-Borodulicha
E
E
see Pawlowskoje
see Samotajewka
see Sluzk
see Paulsheim
Rayon Starobelsk
aka Pawlowka
E
see Pinki
Defunct after 1918
1894
1909
1898
E
E
K
1923
E
Josefow
Records started 1806
see Marienheim/Odessa
aka Marienburg
F.J. Keller or Glitzricher
Chutor
Balzer
Balzer
see
see
see
see
Melekes
M
Beresan
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Friesenow
Ebenfeld
Gnadenflur
Kolb
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
see Speyer/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Pestschanoje
Petartschisna
Peter Paul
Peter Paul
Peterfeld
Peterhof
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Peterhof
Peterhof
Peterhof colony
St. Petersburg
Volga
Volga
Peterhofer Kolonie
Peters
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Peters, Chutor
Petersburg
Petersdorf
Petersdorf
Petersfeld
Ufa
St. Petersburg
Georgia
South Caucaus
North Siberia
Petershagen
Petersheim
Peterstal
220
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Bessarabia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Marienberg
Wolodarsk
Alexandrowsk
Elatschinskaja
1878
E
E
E
Shitomir
Jeisk
aka Petro-Pawlowka
E
Peterhof
founded before 1812
E
E
Petershof (1849)
aka Petrodworetz, Russian
city with Germans
Peterhof
aka Krasnenka, settled by
emigrants from Iswar (closed
after 2 years)
1812
1812
Om-Moskalenki
Nowosjelowka
1906
Marienfeld
Marienfeld
Ak-Trudowaja
1819
1908
Halbstadt
Seelmann
Bender
1805
1873
E
M
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see St. Petersburg
E
E
Sagaredsho
aka Petrowskoje, Solodkaja
Balka/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
M
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Rosenfeld
aka Rybalsk
Tarutino (1904)/
Leipzig(1939)
aka Petresti and Petrowsk;
leased colony; population 48
in 1904 and 122 in 1939
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Village Name
Peterstal
Peterstal
Peterstal
Petranka
Petrawpalowka
Petricho-Kowatach
Petro Pawlowka
Petro Pawlowka
Petrodworetz
Petrograd
Petropavlovsk
Petrowaka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka
Petrowka Chutor
Petrowka Nr. 2
Petrowskij Chutor
Petrowskoje
221
Ukrainian Name
Petrodolynske
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Galicia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
District
Grossliebental/
TscherwonoPowstansch/
Mariinskoje, now
Biliaivka, Odesa,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Glückstal-Kassel
Founded
1805
1903
Kalusz
Religion
E
E
E
E
Parish
Freudental
Kassel
Stawropol
Ugartsthal
1826
Nikolajew
Nowosofijewka
1890
1866
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Om-Ljubinsk
Remarks
aka
Petrodolinskoje/Petrowka;
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f 116 houses in 1859;
collections/history/link/p orums/viewtopic.php? population 517 in 1825 and
etersal.txt
f=15&t=28
1,024 in 1926
aka Petricho-Kowatsch
aka Mesenzewa
Records started 1783
aka Bergtal, Bodni / Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
see Peterhof
see St. Petersburg
K
K
M
E
Village
Profile/Info.
see Peterstal/Odessa
see Peter-Paul
E
Petro-Pawlowka
Village History
Schönfeld
aka Petrowka; a few km
west of Nikolajew, on the
border of the Odessa region
aka Eigengrund
Post Bantyschewo
see Peterstal/Odessa
see Schöneweide/Odessa
M
M
see Lichtfelde
Kotowsk
North of Orenburg
1894
E
M
see Rogalskij Ch.
see Petershagen
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Pfaffeninsel
Pfaffeninsel
Pfaffenkutter
Pfannenstiel
Pfannenstiel
Pfannenstiel
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Krasnojar
Krasnojar
Mariental
1766
K
Pfeffer, Chutor
Pfeifer
Pfeifer
Ufa
Volga
Volga
Nowosjelowka
Frank
Frank
1906
1767
1767
E
K
K
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
aka Onijuschka
Gnilushka
E
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Pfeifer, Chutor
Pflaumer
Pharanowka
Philippowitschi
Orenburg
Volga
Bessarabia
Volhynia
South of Orenburg
Akkermann
1892
E
see Brehning
Mariental/Tonkoshurovka
see Mariental
Eigenfeld
aka Faraoani and
Faraonowka; population 11
in 1939
see Pilippowitschi
aka Filipovca; population 41
in 1939; by Borodino in
1995?
see Temir-Bulat
Philippowka
Philippstal
Phillippsfeld
Philonsdorf
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Akkermann
1914
E
Klöstitz
Marxstadt
Radomysl
1767
E
E
Radomysl
aka Filonowka, Gluchow
Piatkowa
Piketnoje
Pilenkofeld
Pilenkowo
Pileskofeld
Pilippowitschi
Pill (zu Unterwalden)
Pinki
Pisarewka
Pissarowka
Galicia
North Siberia
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Neu Sandez
Om-Sosnowka
Anapa
1788
E
M
E
Stadlo
After 1803, parish was Neu
Sandez
Kamenka
Jarun
Marxstadt
Gorodniza
1786
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Philippowitschi
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Heimthal
aka Penki
see Pisarowka
aka Pisarewka, Jakowka
222
Uschomir
1886
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Pilenkowo
see Pilenkofeld
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Pisskarewka
Pitak
Pjanogorka
Pjataschnyj
Planer
Plechow
Ples
Orenburg
Volhynia
Volga
Pleschanowo
Orenburg
District
1865
Eupatoria
South of Orenburg
Tschernjachow
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by emigrants from
Salominka
E
E
E
E
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Shitomir
See Lesnoi
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
Plowe
Pobotschnaja
Pobotschnoje
Pobotshnaya
Pobul
Poddubce
Podegrodzie
Podetepnoje
Podgorje
Podgornoje
Podhajczyki
Galicia
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Saratow
Om-Odessa
n.w. Saratov
Podhorce Kolonia
Podi Sabara
Podiesnoje
Podijesnoje
Podkolino
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Stryj
223
Parish
Nesterowo
Akkermann
Plotsk
Religion
Om-Sosnowka
Bessarabia
Plotzk
Founded
1890
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
M
1829/1839
E
Alt-Elft
E
E
E
E
Josefow
1772
1898
1772
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/pl
otzk.txt
aka Plotc and Plozk and
Draguli; 47 houses in 1859;
population 411 in 1858 and
298 in 1939
see Josefinendorf
see Zaundorf
see Walldorf
see Kulm/Bessarabia
Przemyslany
1870
K
Wezniany
E
Gelsendorf
After 1878, parish was Stryj
see Alexandertal
see Meinhard
see Chutor Beutelspacher
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Podkowyrowka
Podmajerz
North Siberia
Galicia
Podolsk
Podritz
Podrycze
Podrzecze
Podsadki
Podsadki
Podsnjeshnoje
Podsosnowka
Podsosnowka
Podstepnoje
Podusila Kolonia
Orenburg
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Siberia
Volga
Galicia
Podusila Kolonia
Podzorze
Poechersdorf
Pogorelowka
Pogornoje
Pogranitschnoje
Pogudino
Pokasatel
Pokoschew
Pokrowka
Pokrowka
Pokrowsk
Pokrowsk
Pokrowsk
Polesnaja Chutor
Polewodina II
Polewodino
Poliwanowka
224
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Om-Issyl-Kulj
see Neudoerfel
Pleschanow/NeuSamara
1890
Lemberg
Lemberg
M
E
M
Dornfeld
Settled by Mennonites from
the Molotschna colonies
see Unterbach
see Unterbach
see Unterbach
Records started 1788
see Blumenort
Settled by Volga Germans
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewsk
1890
E
Przemyslany
1870
M
Kiernica-Lemberg
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Orenburg
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Przemyslany
1870
E
Lemberg
Dolina
1836
K
Bolechow
North of Orenburg
OKupino
Ts-Jetkulsk
1895
M
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Orenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Gorodniza
E
North of Orenburg
M
see Rosenhelm
After 1884, parish was
Unterwalden
see Krakau-Podgorze
see Josefsheim
see Ratenfeld/Odessa
Pokrowsk
Pokrowsk
Nikolajew/Kassel
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Om-Sosnowka
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Pokaschtschewo,
Angermohr
Kassel
Rayon Magdalinowsk
aka Engels
Engles
population 30 in 1905
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Poljewoje
Polnisch Batzdorf
Polnisch Nikelsdorf
Polonitschew
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Polowce Kolonia
Polowica
Polowitza
Polscha
Poltaratsch
Poltava
Polynotschew
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Czortkow
Pomasan
Pomogajewka
Ponjatowka
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Ismail
Om-Ljubinsk
1911
T. Schewtschenko
1888
Religion
Biala
E
Biala
Emiltschin
E
Emiltschin
E
Zaleszczyki
1819
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Schoenau
aka Komorowice
see Deutsch Nikelsdorf
aka Polynotschew
After 1840, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
see Kronsgarten
see Kronsgarten
see Waldheim
see Kon Keneges
Prischib
see Polonitschew
E
M
K
Ponjatowka
Kherson/Odessa
Ponjatowka
1888
E
Popasdru
Popassnaja
Popastru Deutsch
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1922
E
Popelnoje
Popow, Chutor
Popow, Chutor
Popowa
Popowa
Popowka
Popowka
Popowka
Popowka Balka
Popowkina
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
225
Parish
Arzis
aka Pomazan and Pomasany;
population 182 in 1939
Langenberg
see Langenberg/Odessa
Okrug Odessa/Rayon Taras
Schewtschenko/Post
Razdelnaja
Posttal
aka Nicolaie Balcescu and zu
Primorskoje
see Alexanderpol
see Popasdru
see
Hoffnungsburg/Nikolajew
E
Om-Sosnowka
1904
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Jeisk
see Olgenfeld
see Olgenfeld
see Rosengart
aka Jost
see Brehning
see Gruental
see Jost
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
E
E
E/K
E
E
Shitomir
Barysz
E
Jamburg
Popowo
Poppe Chutor
Poppen Chutor
Poprawka
Porchowa
Ufa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Dawlekanowo
Om-Petropawlowka
Beresan
Pulin
Zaleszczyki
1894
Porchowo
Porchowo
Pordenau
Pordenau
Poreby Wielkie
Poretchje-Maloje
Porotschenskoje
Porrysz
Porzecze
Porzellan
Posejewka
Poselenija N. 11
St. Petersburg
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Jamburg
Jamburg region
Gnadenfeld
1767
1767
1820
Post
Kherson/Odessa
Posttal
Potemkine
Potschinnaja
Powerotnoje
Powlskoje
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Prangenan
Prawotin
Prebendow
Preis
226
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Neu Porchow, settled by
emigrants from Bayr. Pfalz
M
see Pardenau
Kolbuszowa
E
Ranischau
see München/Odessa
Se-Proletarskaja
Saybusch
E
Biala
see Rottenhan
see Farforowka
see Annental
Glückstal/ Stwarowsk
E
Bergdorf
aka Woinskaja Potschta;
leased colony; population 35
in 1919
see Alt Posttal or
Malojaroslawetz II
see Pardenau
see Kratzke
see Fuerstenwerder
E
Gnadenfeld
1852
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Jasnopolje/ Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
see Marianowka
see Preppendorf
see Preuss
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Preppendorf
Presalop
Pretoria Nr. 11
Pretorija Nr. 4
Galicia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Orenburg
Mielec
1852
K
Chasaw-Jurt
North of Orenburg
1901
1900
M
M
Preuss
Preussen, Chutor
Priborsk
Priebe, Chutor
Priessechutor
Prijutino
Prijutowka
Prikumskoje
Primorskoje
Primorskoje
Prinz, Chutor
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
St. Petersburg
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Seelmann
1767
K
E
E
Prinzenthal
Gouv. Kiew
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wadowice Gorne
aka Prebendow
Rosenfeld
Radomysl
aka Krasnopolje , Choisele
Roy, Preis
aka Bulajew Ch.
defunct after 1914
see Friedrichsfeld
E
see Michaelsfeld
Minwodsk
Om-Ljubinsk
1870
E
Pjatigorsk
Alexandrowskaja
1869
S
Ostheim
see Hierschau
aka Charzyskoje
Galicia
Dobromil
1784
E
Bandrow
Records started 1788 --aka Smereczna
Prinzfeld
Priozernoje
Pripisnoje
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Aleksandrowskaja
1892
S
Ostheim
Prischib
North Siberia
Om-Odessa
Prischib
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
1804
E
Prischib Nr. 6
Pritoroschensk
Pritotschnoje
Priwalnoje
Priwalnoje
Priwetnaja
Priwetnoje
Priwolnoje
Ufa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Nowosjelowka
Urals
1906
E
E
227
aka Feodorowka / Post
Ostheim
see Schoenau
see Fabrikerwiese
aka Romanowka, Asmanowka
E
Prischib
aka Molotschna/ Kreis
Melitopol
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Blujmenort
see Warenburg
see Warenburg
Se-Nowo-Iwanowka
Om-Ljubinsk
1912
E
E
see Margenau
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Priwolnoje
Prochlad
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Tschek-Magusch
Prochlada
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew
Prochorowo
Prodoroshnyj
Progerke
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Ku-Denissowka
Proletarskoje
Propp
Prossjanoje
Prosweschtschenyj
Protassowa
Protopopowka
Protowka
Prugerowo
Prutowka
Przeczow
Przemysl
Przemysl
Pschenitschnoje
Psia Dolina
Pulin
Pulinskaja Huta
Puschkin
Pustosch
Pustosch
Putschkowo
Pylkowka
Quell
Quellgraben
Rabe
228
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Orenburg
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1894
see Wasscrau
aka Zolotoschewsk;
population 7 in 1919
aka Darjewka; population
312 in 1926
see Altonau
Arkadak
Frank
1910
Dawlekanowo
Sl-Snamenka
Om-Ljubinsk
Pulin
Se-Schemonojewsk
1894
1909
Nr. 4; Settled by Mennonites
from Chortitza --- aka
Marianowka
M
see Kronsfeld
M
E
Shitomir
E
E
K
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Jaroslau
Przemysl
aka Neuheim
see Protowka
Kielce
Przemysl
Przemysl
Records started 1815
see Rudnerweide
see Hundsthal
Pulin
Pulin
North of Orenburg
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Marxstadt
Unterwalden
Om-Moskalenki
E
E
1902
M
M
E
E
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Heimthal
aka Pulinskaja Guta
see Zarskoje Selo
see Zwetnoje
aka Hamberg
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Village Name
Rabuschino
Rachin
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Siberia
Galicia
District
Founded
Ts-Troitzk
Dolina
Religion
E
K
Parish
Orenburg
Volhynia
South of Orenburg
Wolodarsk
E
E
Shitomir
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Wolodarsk
Gorodniza
E
E
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Radomysl
Ranischau
Ranizow
Rann
Rapp
Rappheim
Rappheim
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kolbuszowa
Itschki
Zuerichtal
1874
Rappheim, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Feodosia
1874
229
Alexandronewsk
Sl-Altai
Om-Moskalenki
1823
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Dolina
Radak, Chutor
Radeckaja Boljarka
Raditchev
Raditsch
Raditsch
Raditsch
Raditschi
Radkowka
Radomysl
Raesanowka
Raigorod
Raigorod
Raimer
Rainhard
Rait
Rait-Wasan
Rajewka
Rakow
Rakow
Ralow
Randowisi
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Tschernigew
Village History
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
aka Bolarka
Hutterite Colony
aka Raditschi
aka Radschtsch
see Radischtsch
see Radischtsch
see Ruhental
see Naeb
aka Rosengart
Settled by Volga Germans
E
E
E
E
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Se-Wolodarskaja
Dolina
Dolina
Sambor
see Rundewiess
1782
M
K
E
K
Dolina
Ugartsthal
Rolow
Records started 1783
E
Ranischau
aka Majdhof, Ranizow --Records started 1782
see Ranischau
Om-Moskalenki
see Siebenbrunn
Post Itschki
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Zuerichtal
aka Tuslu-Scheich-Eli;
Toefsheim
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Village Name
Rasdelnaja
Raskajetz
Raskaty
Rass
Rastadt
Rastatt
Rastrigin, Chutor
Rastrigin-Chutor
Ukrainian Name
Rozdilna
Zvenyhorodka
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
District
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels, now Rozdilna,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
Akkermann
Founded
Religion
1886
K
E
Straßburg/
Langenberg (1915)
Andrejewka
Ewpatorija
Beresan/Rastatt now
Veselynove, Mykolaiv,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
1809/10
K
Ratenfeld
Rath Chutor
Rath Chutor
Rau
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko
Rauch
Rauchersdorf
Rauchersdorf
Rauschenbach
Rawa Ruska
Rawa Ruska
Rawnopolje
Rebrowka
Rebrowka
Redewald
Redka
Redkaja Dubrowka
Redke
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Taras Schewtschenko
E
Fedorowka
Rawa Ruska
Rawa Ruska
E
K
E
230
Parish
Rastatt
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
railway station
aka Rascaieti
see Rohleder
Post Kodshanbak
see Rastatt
aka Bolschoje
Poretsche/Rastadt; 138
houses in 1859; population
469 in 1811 and 3,000 in
1941
see Awilowo
aka Pokasatel
K
1894
Hoffnungstal
Om-Ljubinsk
Troitzk
Emiltschin
aka Sekretarowka
E/K?
K
1906
1906
aka Rauchowka
see Gross Rauchersdorf
see Klein Rauchersdorf
Rawa Ruska
Reichau
M
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Records started 1788
see Neu Halbstadt/Odessa
aka Stariza
see Retke
see Gnadenheim
aka Redka
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Village Name
Regier, Chutor
Rehberg
Rehdorf
Rehdorf
Rehfeld
Reichau
Reichenau
Reichenbach
Reichenberg
Reichenfeld
Reichenfeld
Ukrainian Name
Region
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
District
Founded
Religion
Jaworow
Zolkiew
Zolkiew
Bobrka
Cieszanow
1900
1788
1883
1883
1786
1783
E
E
E
K
K
E
Rosenfeld
Reichau
Lemberg
Zolkiew
Bobka
Reichau
Lemberg
1785
E
Dornfeld
Taganrog
Sl-Snamenka
1908
E
E
Parish
Grunau
Rosenfeld
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Schurschin Ch.
Records started 1788
aka Sarnowka
aka Sarnowka
Records started 1788
see Rissowata
Records started 1788
see Bogatowka, aka
Bogdanowka/ Wolost, Post
and Kreis Aleksandronewsk
aka Bogatowka
aka Barskoje
Reichenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
1862
E
Hochstaedt
aka Kosogorje,
Andriew/Wolost
Prischib/Kreis Melitopol
Reichsheim
Reichshof
Reichshof
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Mielec
Rzeszow
Rzeszow
1783
E
E
K
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
Ranischau
Rzeszow
aka Sarnow, Hyki Kolonja --Records started 1823
aka Rzeszow
aka Rzeszow
Reimann Chutor
Reimer
Reimer, Chutor
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Akkermann
1925
E
Posttal
aka Mosia Reimann;
population 3 in 1939
see Felsental
Rein
Reinbet
Reinfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
231
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
M
see Jekaterinowka
Chutor/Nikolajew
Rowenki
1885
E
Lugansk
Post Romanowka
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nowo-Tscherkask
aka Dimitrew
Rosenfeld
Ludwigstal
aka Grekowo Jel
izawotowka, Grekowo
Jelizawetin/Rayon
Dmitrijew/Kreis Taganrog
see Tschistopole
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Village Name
Reinfeld
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Reinfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
Reinhard
Volga
Reinsfeld
Reinsfeld
Reinsfeld
Reintal
Alt Samaraara
Don Gebiet
Volga
Don Gebiet
Reintal
Reinwald
Relewald
Remennaja
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Volga
Remmler
Remmler Brunnen
Rempel
Rempelfeld
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Reni
Kherson/Odessa
Renowka
Kherson/Odessa
232
District
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/Orloff
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Stepnoje
Founded
1883
1888
Om-Moskalenki
Pawlodar
Slawgorod
Dawlekanowo
1907
1904
1894
Mariental
1766
Melekes
Religion
M
K/E
Parish
Langenberg (K)
aka Kosenka/Kosinka;
population 349 in 1911 and
126 in 1919
E
M
M
aka Tschistopolje
aka Tschistoje
aka Tschistopolje
aka Osinowka or Ossinovka
E
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien --- &
Kaschubia.
aka Bairowenki
aka Seeh Chutor
Ludwigstal
E
E
Remarks
Altonau
E
1767
Village
Profile/Info.
population 130 in 1905 and
112 in 1942
E
E
Redewald
Village History
aka Koptejewka/ Kreis
Bachmut/Post Drushkowo
Stariza
see Erlenbach
Marxstadt
Unterwalden
1767
K
K
M
aka Rommier, Luzern,
Michailowka/Michailowka
see Wodjanaja
see Alt
Schwendendorf/Nikolajew
(Swedish colony)
Nikolajew/Otschakow
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
population 158 in 1941-1943
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Renski Chutor
Renz
Repljachowo
Resanowka
Resch, Chutor
Resch, Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Reschedilow, Chutor
Don Gebiet
Reschendorf
Resowka
Don Gebiet
Volga
District
Founded
Taras Schewtschenko
E
E
E
Alt Samaraara
Volga
Melekes
Reulingen
Ribiwka
Riebensdorf
Riebensdorf
Riegel, Chutor
Riffel
Riga
Rissowata
Rissowate
Ritter Burg
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Volga
Bender
1890
Voronezh
1765
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Omsk
Pallasowka
Fedorowka
Sudilkow
233
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neu Freudental
winery by Jassy
see Engel Chutor/Odessa
see Naeb
see Liebental
see Reschendorf
aka Malo-Kamyschewatowka
Rettungstal
Rettungstal
Robotschij
Rodina, Chutor
Rodnitschnoje Nr. 10
Rodsjanka
Religion
Rosenfeld
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area
M
M
E
aka Resch Chutor;
Chreschtschatik
Mathildendorf
aks Raileni and Jurjewka;
population 115 in 1939
see Ruhental
early colonies
Volga
North Siberia
Orenburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Arkadak
Sl-Andrejewskij
North of Orenburg
E
E
1910
M
1901
M
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Reichenau
see Rissowata
see Rytro
aka Borisopol
Wladimirowka/Nr. 1; settled
by Mennonites from
Chortitza
see Blumenfeld
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Roduner Chutor
Bessarabia
Akkermann
E
Arzis
by Neu-Arzis (map location D8 ?)
Roduner-Gassert Chutor
Bessarabia
Akkermann
E
Posttal
aka Gassert-Roduner Chutor
Roemmich
Roethling
Rogalskij, Chutor
Rogatka
Roggenfeld
Rogi
Rogowka
Rogowka
Rogtal
Rohleder
Bessarabia
Volga
Don Gebiet
St. Petersburg
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Kischinew
Kamenka
E
K
E
Kischinew
Bessarabia
Rohrbach
Rohrbach
Rohrbach
Rohrbach Nr. 8
Rokito Kljutsch
Rol Brunnen
Roller Chutor
Rolucz
Romanowka
234
Novosvitlivka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Bessarabia
1767
Kuschtschewskaja
E
Wolodarsk
Emiltschin
E
E
Mariental
Kahul
Beresan/Landau now
Veselynove, Mykolaiv,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Chasaw-Jurt
Se-Golbinskaja
Unterwalden
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Turka
Akkermann
Rosenfeld
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Weingut ( in Kreis
Kischinew)
see Semenovka
aka Petrowskij Ch.
see Srednaja
see Rogowka
aka Leninfeld
aka Roji
K
aka Raskaty
E
Neu-Sarata
aka Romanesti and
Romanowo; population 540
in 1939
1809
E
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/ro
Worms/Johannestal hrbach.txt
1900
M
Wladikawkas
1805
K
Turka
E
Eigenheim
(1905)/Andrejewka
(1939)
1766
1887
1895
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Berezan/NowoSwetlowka; 205 houses in
1859; population 693 inn
1825 and 3,054 in 1926
see Berjosowka
aka Tatjanowka
aka Romanesti and
Romanowka; population 153
in 1905 and 142 in 1939
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Romanesti and
Bassarabeasca; population
374 in 1939
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Bessarabia
Galicia
Galicia
Bender
Radziechow
Radziechow
1882
1815
1815
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Santurinowka
1890
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Romanowka
Kazakhstan
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Akjubinsk
1909
E
Ak-Revoljutionnaja
Aktjubinsk
1897
1895
1910
E
E
E
Romanowka Nr. 10
Romanowka Nr. 2
Romanowka Nr. 8
Romansdorf
Ufa
Don Gebiet
Orenburg
Volhynia
Nowosjelowka
Römmich
Römmich Chutor
Römmich Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
Beresan
Beresan
E
E
by Wradijewka, north of
Römmich Chutor
aka Kalaglea
south of Römmich
Römmich Chutor
Römmich Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Kotowsk
E
E
aka Burkuny
aka Sarownoje
235
E
E
K
Leipzig
Josefow
Stojanow
Village History
Okrug Artemowsk /Rayon
Sheleznyj/Post New York
see Ludwigstal
see Marienfeld
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
see Karlsfeld
see Luxemburg
aka Orbeljanowka
Settled by Volga Germans
see Blumental
see Koeppental
see Prischib
see Romansdorf
North of Orenburg
Radomysl
1906
1890
1895
E
M
M
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
New-Jork
Radomysl
aka Romanowka, Doliwa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Religion
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
E
Marxstadt
Om-Sosnowka
E
Römmich Chutor
Rommier
Rootal
Rosa Dolina
Rosa Luxemburg
Rosa Luxemburg
Rosa Luxemburg
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Rosa Luxemburg
Rosa Luxemburg
Rosa Luxemburg
Rosalienfeld
Rosalienfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Rosalienfeld
Rosaljewka
Rosen
Rosenau
Rosenbach
Rosenbach
Rosenberg
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Knjaz Grigorjewka
Rosenberg
Rosenberg
Galicia
Galicia
Lemberg
Lemberg
Rosenberg
Rosenberg
Rosenberg
Rosendamm
Jekaterinoslaw
South Caucaus
Volga
Volga
236
Founded
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Iwano
Lubowka/Johannesfeld;
population 57 in 1926
see Remmler
see Bergtal
see Christinowka
see Gut Chutor
aka Bolgarka; see Neu
Württemberg/Odessa
Feodosia
Feodosia
Mariental
W. Rogatschik
Werfchnerogatschik
Dobromil
1908
E
see Alexanderkolonie
aka Tschelebi-Eli
Post Feodosija
aka Feodorowka/ Post
Gornostajewka
see Rosental/Odessa
1867
M
1783
K
Dobromil
Kreis Melitopol
aka Neu Pietnice
1783
1783
E
M
Dornfeld
Szczerzec
aka Neu Szczerzec --Records started 1788
aka Neu Szczerzec
Wolost, Kries and Post
Aleksandronewsk
Kamenka
Fedorowka
Zuerichtal
Grunau
1852
1849
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Rosowka/Rozowka
see Alexanderhilf
aka Umet
aka Marzowo, Marzy
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
Sarata
aka Rozenfeld and Rosowka;
leased colony; population
156 in 1905 and 1,121 in
1939
E
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
aka Nikolajewka /Kreis
Taganrog/Post Ostheim
aka Krollen Chutor
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost
Nowosofijewka/Post
Nikopol
Kronau
see Jekaterinowka
Rosenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Okrug
Zaporoshje/Rayon and
Post Nowo
Nikolajewka/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Prischib
see Pawlowka
Rosenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Rosenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosivka
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Aleksandrowskaja
Taganrog
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
South Caucaus
South Caucaus
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
237
1872/1890
1870
aka Moskowka/Post
Lukaschewo
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
Taras Schewtschenko/
Jewgenjewka
Diwnoje
Krapotkin
Kuschtschewskaja
Slawgorod
aka Kapustino; population
163 in 1941-1943
K
Neu Freudental
1853
E
1872
E
aka Scheremetjewskoje
M
aka Christopol
see Marienfeld
see Petersdorf
Neu Stuttgart
Sofiewka
aka Konoplewo,
Konoplejewo; by river
Bolschoi-Kujalnik, founding
http://blackseagr.org/f families from Grossliebental
orums/viewtopic.php? Gebiet; population 275 in
f=15&t=23
1904 and 353 in 1926
1822
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kreis Berdjansk /Post
Jelisejewka
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Village Name
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld am Jeruslan
Rosenfeld am Nachoi
Rosenfeld am Yeruslan
Rosenfeld Nr. 1
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Volga
Erlenbach
Volga
Volga
Volga
Zaporoshje
Krasny-Kut
Mariental
Krasny-Kut
Ufa
Nowosjelowka
Founded
1859
1859
1855
1906
Religion
Parish
E
E
E
K
M
aka Nowoslobodka,
Popowka/Rayon, Post and
Wolost Chortitza
Chortitza
Rosengart
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost, Post and Kreis
Aleksandronewsk
Grunau
Kolomea
Kolomea &
Mariahilf
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Rosenheim
Rosenhelm
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Rosenhof
Rosenhof
Rosenhof
Rosenhof
Rosenhof ( tal)
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Rosenort
Rosenort
238
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/Landau
Mariental
1866
K
Nikolajew/Sagradowk
a/ OrloffOrloff/Orlow
Om-Issyl-Kulj
see Raigorod
aka Step
see Jaworskoje
see Rosenhof
in Kiltschen Valley;
population 308 in 1941-1943
1896
1765
K
E
aka Podstepnoje
aka Rosenheim,
Jaworskoje/Post Gulaj Pole
Krasnopolje
Sl-Orlow
Wasilijewka
Om-Moskalenki
Remarks
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region --- aka
Rosowka
Jekaterinoslaw
Rosenheck
Rosenheim
Rosenheim
Village
Profile/Info.
Rayon Sofiewka/ Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
aka Achmat, Norka
aka Rosowoje
Rosengard
1824
Village History
1909
M
aka Dworskoje
E
1875
M
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Nr. 10/Rozowka;
population 204 in 1905 and
56 in 1942
aka Karpowka
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Village Name
Rosenort
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
District
Halbstadt
Rosental
Alt Samaraara
Melekes
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kischinew
Simpferopol
Suja
Founded
1805
1923
1806/13
1813
1804/10
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Chortitza
Kutschurgan
Ulus Zapadnyj
Sl-Andrejewskij
1789
Rosental
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
1808
Rosental
Rosental
Rosental
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Rosental
Rosental am Jeruslan
Rosenwald
Rosenwald ( feld)
Rosenwelt
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
239
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
aka Schipowka/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Post Orlow
and Halbstadt/Kreis
Berdjansk
E
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien & Kaschubia.
E
K
Neu-Sarata
Rosental
aka Valea Trandafirlor and
Sarai bei Colibabovca
K
M
K
aka Kanzerowka/ Okrug
Zaporoshje/Rayon, Post and
Wolost Chortitza
aka Tschebanka
M
Settled by Volga Germans
E
Hochstaedt
aka Schkolnoje/ Kreis
Melitopol
aka Schaban Oba /Wolost
and Post Suja/Kreis
Simferopol
Simpferopol
Seelmann
Kamenka
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Krasny-Kut
Nikolajew/Karasan
Sl-Orlow
Village History
1855
K
E
1908
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Straßburg
aka Rosalkewka/Rosariewka;
chutor or railway station
aka Ljesnoje
Post Aleksandrowsk
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
bought before 1848 by
Konrad Röser the Odessa
citizens Saposchnikoff, on
the border with Lustdorf
Röser Chutor
Roshdestwenskoje
Roshdestwenskoje
Roskaty
Roskoschnoje
Rosochacz
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka
Rosowka, Chutor
Rosowoje
Rossostschi
Rostov
Rot
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Ufa
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Rote Ansiedlung
Rote Fahne
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Rote Fahne
Rote Kolonie
Rotes Tal
Rotfeld
Rotfeld
Roth Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
240
Grossliebental
Newinnomyskaja
Ak-Revoljutionnaja
1925
1895
K
E
see Rohleder
see Keller J. Chutor
Turka
Alexandronewsk
Ak-Dobrowolskaja
Ak-Koktschetaw
Mi-Jennisej
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Se-Pawlodar
Slawgorod
1824
K
E
E
1900
1913
K
M
Turka
aka Katharinenfeld (?)
aka Rosenberg
M
E
see Rosenfeld
Slawgorod
E
see Rosenfeld (Nachoi)
see Franzenheim
Mariupol
see Japundschi
1918
E
Nikolajew/
Gornostajewka
1928
K
Minwodsk
Starobeschewo
1925
1902
E
Kutschurgan
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled by emigrants from
Kolpino
see Neuhoffnung
40 km north of Berislaw
see Wasserreich
Rosenfeld
aka Krassnaja Poljana
see Kraje Ch.
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Roth, Chutor
Rothammel
Rothammel
Rotowka
Rotowka Nr. 3
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Rottenhan
Rotweide
Rovno
Rownaja Poljana Ljubinsk
Rownoje
Rownoje Priwalnoje
Rownopol
Rownopolje
Rownopolje
Rownopolje
Rownopolje
Rownopolje
Rownyj
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
1767
1767
K
K
Matw.-Kurgan
1927
E
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Grodek Jagiellonski
Taganrog
1785
E
E
Rozanka
Galicia
Zolkiew
1844
E
Josefow
Rozanka
Rozanowka
Rozhihsche
Rozowka
Rozowka
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Zolkiew
Zaleszczki
1844
K
K
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Tluste
Rozowka Nr. 3
Rshadowka
Rshadowka Nowaja
Rudnerweide
Rudnew, Chutor
241
E
Se-Pawlodar
M
Newinnomyskaja
M
Remarks
Records started 1788; aka
Boricz, Porzecze
aka Krassnij Popas
Hartfeld
Rosenfeld
aka Ebenfeld
see Seelmann
see Neu-Warenburg
see Lattendorf
see Ebenfeld
see Ebenfeld
see Ebenfeld
see Fischau
aka Rownoje
Records started 1806 --aka Ignacowka
aka Ignacowka
see Rosenberg
see Rosenort/Odessa
Rayon Sheleznyj /Post New
York
see Neu-Rshadkowka
see Neu-Rshadkowka
Artemowsk
Volhynia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Village
Profile/Info.
see Chutorskoje
aka Pamjatnoje
Pamyatnoye
see Alt-Rotowka
Frank
Frank
Om-Ljubinsk
Village History
Gnadenfeld
1820
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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collections/history/link/ru
dner.txt
aka Pschenitschnoje/Okrug
Meliopol/Kreis Berdjansk
see Alexandertal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Rudniki
Rudnja Fassowa
Rudnjewo
Rudnjowo
Rudokop
Galicia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Zydaczow
E
Josefsberg
Pulin
E
Heimthal
Rudolfsdorf
Rudorlfshof
Ruebalsk
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Sniatyn
Zolkiew
Josifowka
E
E
Kolomea-Baginsberg
Lemberg
Rueckenau
Rueckenau
Ruekkenau
Ruhental
Ruhental
Rundeweide
Rundeweise
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Halbstadt
Molotschna
Halbstadt
Alexandrowskij
Tschernigow/Konotop
/ Smitrowka
1883
1880
1779
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1785
see Fassowaja Rudnja
see Landgraf/Nikolajew
see Landgraf
aka Karczemka
aka Fischersdorf
aka Uzlowoje, Dranyj
Numer/Orug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk/Post Orlow and
Halbstadt
1811
1861
1866
1766
M
E
E
E
Jeisk
Stawropol
aka Ribiwka, Radkowka
see Rudnerweide
Belowesh
aka Randowizi; founding
families from Hessen;
population 238 in 1807; 36
families; 1942 has 163
males, 231 women, 415
children, 38 missing.
Rundewiese
Jekaterinoslaw
see Lugansk
Grunau
Wolost
Aseksandronewsk/Kreis and
Post Aleksandrowsk
Rundewiese
Rundewiese
Tschernigew
Volga
Konotop
Belowesch
Belowesh
aka Randowizi/Rayon
Dmitrowka/Post Grigorowka
E
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Straßburg
chutor or railway station
Rusinowka
242
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ruski Bolechow
Rutschij
Rybalsk
Rybalsk
Rybnoje
Rybuschka
Rycerka
Rykowa
Rymki
Rynowka
Rypne
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Bolechow Ruski
1865
Om-Ljubinsk
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka; aka
Bitschki; --- Kolonie bei
Rutschji
see Fischersdorf
see Petersfeld
E
M
Saybusch
1870
K
E
Rajcza
Jefrem Stepanowka
Dolina
1898
E
K
Rynowka
Rozniatow
see Marienburg
Ryschkanowka
Bessarabia
Belz
1865
E
Kischinew
aka Rascani Colonia and
Riscani; leased colony;
population 374 in 1939
Ryshewo
Kharkow
Barwenkowo
1888
E
Charkow
Orug Izjum/Wolost
Danilowka/Post Gawrilowka
Rytro
Rzeszow
Saalfeld
Sabangul, Chutor
Sabantschi
Sabantschi
Sabarowka
Sabarski Schljach
Sabawnyj
Sabinowka
Sachaliski
Sachalski
Sachanskoje
Sachanskoje
Galicia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Neu Sandez
1783
E
Stadlo
E
M
E
Jeisk
243
North of Orenburg
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Pa-Slawgorod
Pulin
Slawgorod
Radzeichow
Kutschurgan
aka Ritter Burg, records
started 1787
see Reichshof
aka Alexandrowka
Djelal
Post Kokej
1906
M
E
K
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
Josefow
see Bergtal/Odessa
see Eigenfeld/Odessa
Eigenfeld
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Village Name
Sadki
Sadki
Sadowa Wisznia
Sadowoje
Sadowoje
Sadowoje
Sagornoje
Sagradovka
Sagradovka
Saidam
Saimalkulj
Saint Petersburg
Saizewo
Saja
Saja
Saja
Sajatschje
Sakal, Chutor
Sakko
Salem
Salominka
Salotuik
Salpeterdamm
Salsk
Samara
Samara
Samara
Samara
Samara, Chutor
Samararai
Samarka
Samarka
244
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
Volga
North Caucasus
Alt Samaraara
North Siberia
North Siberia
Samara
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
District
Founded
Radomysl
Pulin
Mosciska
Religion
E
E
E
Parish
Radomysl
Shitomir
Hartfeld
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Bolschije Sadki
Records started 1788
see Alt Elft/Bessarabia
Krapotkin
Krassnopol
Molotschna
Molotschna
Marxstadt
Charzisk
Eupatoria
Kokai
Ewpatorija
Sl-Snamenka
Ewpatorija
Mariental
Krasny-Kut
1846
1885
see Ladekopp
aka Blumenfeld
M
E
E
E
zu Orlowskoje
see Nowodworowka
aka Leningrad; Petersburg
Djelal
aka Lutz u. Bischler
Post Kokej
Post Kodshanbak
1828
E
Unterwalden
Melekes
Slawgorod
E
Slawgorod
Omsk
Om-Sosnowka
E
E
aka Buxhoevdener Kolonie,
settled by emigrants from
Sr.-Rogatka
see Zolotjuk
aka Neuer Damm
aka Kujbyschew
see Doehnhof
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Kujbijschew
see Doenhof
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Samarkandskoje
Samarskij, Chutor
Samau
Samau
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Samau
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Samaw
Sambor
Samenowka
Samleddielez
Samojlowka
Samojlowka
Samoljetowskij
Samson
Samsonowka
Samsonowka
St. Petersburg
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Sandfeld
Sandlautern
Sandteich
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Ak-Promyschlennaja
Dshankoi
Alexandrowka
1870/8
1870
E
German Colonies of Neusatz
Dshankoi
Sambor
1775
E
1891
E
Krasny-Kut
Post Bachmetjewka
Tschaplinka
Om-Ljubinsk
1834
E
aka Simson, settled by
emigrants from NeuSaratowka
see Neu-Kirschwald
Peterhof
Slawgorod
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/ Kronau
M/E/K
Marxstadt
Kronau (E/K)
E
Posttal
Sapiezanka
Sapust
Galicia
Volhynia
Kamionka Strumilowa
1804
E
Josefow
Akkermann
aka Nr. 10
see Deutsch Ostrau
E
1898
245
Wolost Aleksandrowka/Post
Ajbar and Kurman
Kemeltschi
Records started 1788
Neusatz
Bandrow
Akkermann
Bessarabia
Remarks
Byten
Bessarabia
Kharkow
Sarata
Village
Profile/Info.
Settled by Volga Germans.
see Lenintal
Sangerowka
Saparowka
Sarata
Village History
1822
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Sarata
aka Zangherovca and
Nowomichailowka,; leased
colony; population 180 in
1904 and 372 in 1939
Post Barwenkowo
Records started 1806
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/sa
rata.txt
aka Nr. 1; 101 founding
families; population 858 in
1858 and 2,193 in 1939
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Saratow
Saratow
Saratow
Saratow
Saratowka I
Saratowka II
Saratowka Nr. 89
Sarazika Eckert
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Bessarabia
Sarazika Weiler
Sarbala
Sarenke Chutro
Sarepta
Sarepta
Sarepta
Sargil
Sargil
Sargil
Bessarabia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Sargyl
Saria
Saribasch
Sarighiol
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Dobrudscha
District
Ak-Promyschlennaja
Ru-Lokotj
Aschchabad
Mary/Merw
Slawgorod
Akkermann
Founded
Religion
1907
E
K
E
1894
1894
1912
1892/1908
E
E
M
E
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Balitski Chutor/Odessa
Settled by Volga Germans
Eigenfeld
population 27 in 1939
see SarazikaEckert/Bessarabia
Krasny-Kut
Neu Freudental
Ak-Objedinjennaja
Zarizyn
Zarizyn
Feodosia
Andrejewka
adjacent to Helenental
Settled by Volga Germans
1765
1765
1872
1872
M
E
E
Zuerichtal
Zurichtal
E
Wolost Andrejewka/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Karasubazar
and Itschki and Seitler
see Sarjary II/Bessarabia
E
Romanian name: Albesti
Karasubasar
Bulganak
Konstanza
Zuerichtal
1890
Sarijary II
Saritschansk
Sarja
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Akkermann
Nikolajew
Mariental
1895
E
Posttal (1904)/
Andrejewka (1939)
Sarjari
Sarlonsk
Sarniki
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Akkermann
Petrowerowsk
1860
E
Sarata
246
Village History
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aka Saria; leased colony;
Romanian village with
German settlers; population
185 in 1904
population 25 in 1919
aka Sarjaria and Sholtyi Jar;
population 319 in 1939
population 23 in 1926
see Ernstdorf
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Sarnow
Sarnowka
Sarnowka
Sarona
Sarona
Sarona
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Sarony
Sarownoje
Sary Kiptschak
Sary Pascha Tschodmak
Sarybasch
Sarybasch
Sarybasch
Sarybulat
Sasarowka
Sasimowka
Sasonowka
Satino
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Sattler Chutor
Saumorje
Saurchi
Saurshi (Alexandertal)
Saurtschi
Saurtschi Deutsch
Sawidowka Chutor
Sawinka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Sawitschewo Chutor
Saybusch
Saybusch
Sceglowo
Schaban Oba
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
247
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Reichsheim
see Rehdorf
Pulin
Andrejewka
Feodosia
Minwodsk
1879
1879
1910
E
Shitomir
M
E
Pjatigorsk
Feodosia
Ewpatorija
Wolost Andrejewka/Post
Itschki and Seitler
see Römmich Chutor
Post Kodshanbak
see Hochfeld
aka Etingerbrunn
Eupatoria
1893
E
Djelal
Ewpatorija
Akscheich
E
Neusatz
Djelal
Post Kodshanbak and Ajbar
1900
E
K
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Sewerinowka
aka Nowaja, Caeciliewka
Gorodniza
Kutschurgan
Krasny-Kut
a few km to the NE of
Otschakkow
see Bangert
Zurichtal
1900
Andrejewka
1870
1870
see Alexandertal
see Alexandertal
E
Beresan
K
Rastatt
Odessa/Odessa
Saybusch
Saybusch
E
E
K
Worms/Johannestal
Biala
Saybusch
Revised 16 Feb 2012
population 11 in 1905
aka Zywiec
aka Zywiec
see Schtscheglowo
see Rosental
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Bessarabia
see Schabo
Kolonie/Bessarabia
Schabo Kolonie
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1821/1846
E/R
Posttal (1904)
/Schabo-Kolonie
(1939)
aka Chabag/Possad
Chabog/Saba Colonia and
Schabo; 65 houses in 1865;
population 301 in 1858 and
900 in 1937
Schabo Possad
Bessarabia
Akkermann
1894
E
Posttal
aka Saba Targ and Schabo;
population 113 in 1939
Posttal
aka Sabolat and Belenkoje;
founding families from
Grossliebental Gebiet;
leased colony; population
100 in 1904 and 303 in 1939
Schabo
Schabolat
Schach Nazarow
Schachlatski
Schachlatzkoje
Schachowo
Schachowo
Schachowskoje, Chutor
Schadura
Schaefer
Bessarabia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volhynia
Volga
Schaeferkolonie
St. Petersburg
Schäfer
Schaffhausen
Schafsdorf
Schambowka
Schamchor
Schampoly
Schander
Schapaschnikowo
Schapolwlowka
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
South Caucaus
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
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Akkermann
Armawir
Skotowatoja
Om-Petropawlowsk
Wolodarsk
Mariental
Marxstadt
1840/60
1886
E
1766
E
E
E
E
1835
E
1767
E
E
see Mittelfeld/Odessa
see Blagodatnoje/Odessa
see Katharinenfeld
aka Katharinenfeld
Heimthal
aka Lipowka or Lipovka
Settled by emigrants from
Sr. Rogatka
Hoffnungstal
leased colony; population 30
in 1904
aka Wolkowo/Michaelis
see Gribanowka
Pallasowka
see Annenfeld
see Neu Schampoly/Odessa
aka Kellmann
see Kappental
Post Spat
Fedorowka
Simpferopol
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Village Name
Scharapowo
Schardau
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Schardt Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Schardt Chutor
Scharf, Chutor
Scharowa
Schatz Chutor
Schatzen
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Schatzen
Schauer, Chutor
Schebruk
Schechta-Er
Scheck
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Schedewry Chutor
Scheffler, Chutor
Schegolow, Chutor I
Schegolow, Chutor II
Scheich Eli
Scheich Eli
Scheich Elly
Scheich-Eli
Scheich-Elly
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Scheich-Elly
Scheichlar
Scheichlar
Scheitsche
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
249
District
Om-Ljubinsk
Gnadenfeld
Founded
Religion
1904
M
1820
1900
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
M
Okrug Melitopol /Rayon
Molotschansk/Post
Bogdanowka/Kreis Berdjansk
K
aka Gradowka; 20 km NE of
Nikolayev by Rastatt,
Karlsruhe daughter colony
aka Lenintal; 15 km west of
Speyer
Beresan
see Neuheim/Odessa
Beresan
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Grosolowski
K
Straßburg
see Schoenbrunn
Bulganak
Gmelinka
1886
Taras-Schewtschenko
E
Neu Freudental
see Neu-Kronsdorf
Rosenfeld
Feodosia
Feodosia
Wladislawka
Wladislawka
1869
E
Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
Hochheim
see Koenigschutor
aka Schikkel, Kruglik
Post Feodosija
Post Feodosija
1869
Zurichtal
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
1890
E
Hochheim
Post Dshankoj
see Nikolajewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Schekisek
Schekisek
Schelist, Chutor
Schellenberg
Schellenberg
Schelobock
Schelochowka Chutor
Schelogino, Chutor
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Schelopowo
Kherson/Odessa
District
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Kujbyschew
Kutschurgan
Omsk
1820
1820
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1906
1911
E
K
M
Jeisk
aka Schelopowo/Schilipka
see Schelochowka Chutor
/Odessa
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Se-Solotucha
Semipalatinsk
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Schepsa Chutor
Scheptuchowka
Scherebkuowka
Scheremetjewskoje
Scheremoschna
Schereschowka
Scheromet
Schewtachenko
Schiban
Schiban
Schiban
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volhynia
Schiban
Schiban
Schick
Schidlowo
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Don Gebiet
Ewpatorija
Simpferopol
Schidlowo
Jekaterinoslaw
Kriowj Rog
250
Religion
see Friedenstal/Nikolajew
see Karlstal/Odessa
Schemiott
Schenkelchutor
Schepilowka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
K
Elsaß/Jeremejewka
(1910)/Sewerinowk
a (1914)
E
see Neu
Hoffnungstal/Odessa
see Johannesfeld II
see Sherebkowo/Odessa
see Rosenfeld
see Tscheremoschna
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Hutterite Colony
See Neufeld/Odessa
Simpferopol
Eupatoria
Saki
1883
1888
1888
E
E
Byten
Djelal
Neusatz
1890
E
Schidlowo
Ludwigstal
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Wolost Saki/Post Ewpatorija
and Saki
Post Bijuk Onlar
aka Pallasowka
Kreis Bachmut/Post
Sergejewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Schidlowo
Schiess, Chutor
Schikkel
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Schilipka
Kherson/Odessa
Schilling
Schilling
Schilling
Schimanowka
Schimjotow Chutor
Schimpf
Schingak
Schipolka
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Schirajewo
Schirak, Chutor
Schirin
Schirof
Schirokaja Balka
Schirokije Mesta
Schirokoje
Schirokoje
Schirokoje
Schirowka
Schischabalowo
Schischkowskij
Schischmann
Schischmann
251
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Kharkow
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Ufa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Kriworoschka
Founded
Religion
1890
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu-Hoffnung
see Scheich-Eli
see Schelochowka Chutor
/Odessa
Om-Sosnowka
Balzer
Krasny-Kut
1896
1764
Settled by Volga Germans,
aka Sosnowka
aka Sosnowka
E
E
see Friedland/Odessa
Kutschurtgan
Pallasowka
Dawlekanowo
E
1894
M
see Rosenort
Taras Schewtschenko/
Stepanowka
1874
Dshankoi
1890
E
E
M/E
K
Hoffnungstal
Okrug Odessa/Rayon Taras
Schewtschenko/Post
Schirajewo; by river BolschoiKujalnik; population 92 in
1904 and 1,770 in 1926
aka Solnzewo
see Nikolaital/Nikolajew
Saint Petersburg
1895
Tol-Tschuransk
Ku-Adajewsk
Donuzlaw
1894
E
Settled by emigrants from
Kowalewo --- aka
Schirokoje
see Neuendorf
see Schirokije Mesta
see Friedrichsfeld
see Mariental
E
Post Ewpatorija
Post Gornostajewka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Schkolnoje
Schlachtin
Schlainingsgarten
Schlangendorf
Schlenker Chutor
Schlössel
Schluesselburger Kolonie
Schmal, Chutor
Schmalz Chutor
Schmeitino
Schmidgals, Chutor
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt
Schmidt Chutor
Schmidt, Chutor
Schmidt, Chutor
Schmidtgall
Schmidtgall, Chutor
Schminke Chutor
Schmoll Chutor
Schmotino
Schmunk
Schneider, Chutor
Schnitka
252
Region
Semykhatky
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Orenburg
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Orenburg
Kharkow
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Rosental
Chorititza
Unterwalden
Nikolajew/Berislaw
Akkermann
1804/1806
E
E
Alt Schwedendorf
Arzis
aka Gadjutschaja/Smijewka;
swedish colony; 35 houses in
1859; population 293 in 1858
and 498 in 1919
see Neu-Schlössel/Odessa
see Neu-Saratowka
South of Orenburg
Beresan
E
K
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Katharinental
see Schmotino
E
South of Orenburg
Pallasowka
E
E
E
South of Orenburg
Glückstal
Dawlekanowo
Om-Ljubinsk
Mosdok
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Ludwigstal
E
1928
1894
E
E/M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Grigoriopol
Defunct after 1918
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
Defunct after 1 918
see Eigengut/Bessarabia
aka Neufeld
aka Schmeitino
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Schnurow Les
Schobach Eli
Schoban
Schobertdorf
Schochta Er
Schoenanger
Alt Samaraara
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Schoenau
Schoenau
Schoenau
Schoenau
Schoenau
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Schoenbaum
Schoenberg
Schoenbrunn
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Zaporizka Balka
District
Founded
Religion
Radomysl
Tabuldi
1886
E
E
Beresan
Bulganak
Mielec
1924
1886
1783
K
E
K
Melekes
Orloff/Orlaw
Sl-Orlow
Halbstadt
Wolost, Post and Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Chortitza
Dshankoi
Schoenbrunn
Don Gebiet
der Don Kosaken
Schoenbrunn
Schoenbrunn
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Ulus-Jaschaltinsk
Schoenbrunn
Schoenburg
Schoenburn
Schoenchen
253
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
1877
1909
1804
Parish
Radomysl
1897
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
defunct after 1914
see Rosental
aka Michailowka
Borowa
Settled after 1859 by
Mennonites from Danzig
area, aka Krasnowka
aka Krasnowka/Post Tiege
aka Poljewoje
M
M
M
aka Priozernoje /Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
M
M
M
E
aka Schoenbrunn, see see
Listwjanka
aka Smoljanaja
aka Adargin
S
aka Masajew,
Masajewka/Post
Ostheim/Wolost
Aleksandrowskaja
Grunau
1816
1858
Village History
Ostheim
aka Schebruk/Post Gajtschur
aka Adarigin, Deutsch
Adargin/Wolost
Totanaj/Kreis
Feodorowka/Post Kolaj and
Seitler
Dshankoi
Marxstadt
1767
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Paninskoye
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1767
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Volga
Marxstadt
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost
Nowosofiejewka/ Post
Nikopol
Schoendorf
North Siberia
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Schoendorf
Schoendorf
Schoendorf
Novgorod
Volga
Volhynia
Schoeneberg
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Chortitza
Dshankoi
der Don Kosaken
Rowenki
Schoenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Ksenjewka
Grunau
Wolost and Post Petro
Pawlowka
Schoenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
Orug
Zaporoshje/Wolost
Zaliwnoje/Post Nowo
Nikolajewka and
Aleksandrowsk/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Prischib
aka Kankrinowka
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Siberia
North Siberia
Krasnopolje
Minwodsk
Stepnoje
Ulus-Jaschaltinsk
Se-Abakanskaja
Slawgorod
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Ufa
Volga
Nowosjelowka
Schoenchen
Schoendorf
254
Krasny-Kut
Miropol
aka Paninskoje
see Olgino
E
1925
1855
E
E
E
1889
E
1885
E
Nowgorod
Settled by emigrants from
Nikolai Kolonie
Shitomir
aka Lutschistaj a
Schoenbrunn
Rosenfeld
Rynowka
Aleksandrowsk
aka Smoljanaja,
Smolnaja/Okrug Zaporoshje
aka Koltamak
Kreis Taganrog
aka Dobropolje
aka Krasnopolje /Post Guljaj
Pole
E
E
1890
1906
1856
E
K/E
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Sholtenka
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
E
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Volga
Schoenfeld
Schoenfeld
Schoenhorst
Schoensee
Region
District
Krasny-Kut
Founded
Religion
1858
E
Ruchaivka
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Chorditza
Sl-Snamenka
Halbstadt
1789
1909
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1812
M
M
E
S
aka Ozerki/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
Jeisk
Neuhoffnung
Saliwnoje
aka Sergejewka/ Okrug
Zaporoshje / Rayon and
Post Nowo
Nikolajewka/Kreis
Aleksandrwosk
Saliwnoje/Zaliwnoje
Schoental
Schoental
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Wolost and Post Petro
Pawlowka
Wosnjesensk
Schoental
Schoental
North Siberia
North Siberia
Omsk
Sl-Orlow
Schoental
Schoental
Schoental
Schoenthal
Schoenwiese
Schoenwiese
Schoenwiese
Schoenwiese
Ufa
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Nowosjelowka
Sl-Snamenka
1908
M
Bessarabia
Belz
1865
E
Satul Panzareni
aka Wodjananja/ Okrug
Zaporoshje
aka Sinje-Osernoje
M
M
Jekaterinoslaw
Schoental
255
Village History
see Brasol
Schoensee
Schoental
Schoental
Schoental
Schoental
Scholtoi
Parish
Grodek Jagiellonski
1883
see Nowo-Romanowka
1909
1906
1857
1857
1785
Settled by Volga Germans. -- aka Nowoskatowka
aka Krassnaja Dolina
E
M
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
E
E
E
E
Petrowsk
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Lemberg
Grunau
Aleksandrowsk
Grunau
Kischinew
aka Tscherbakowka
Records started 1778
aka Mojekowka
Kreis Alcksandrowsk
aka Djechtjarka
aka Soltoaia (? by Falesti in
1995)
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Village Name
Schönfeld
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
District
Schirajewo
Schönfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
Schönfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Petrowka
Schönfeld
Schönoweide
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Schöntal
Schonuk
Schonuk
Schostakowka
Schottenruh
Schottenruh
Schottenruh
Schroeder, Chutor
Schtscheglowo
Schtscherbakowka
Schtscherbanka
Schtscherbiny
Schtscherbokowka
Schturnilowka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
North Caucasus
256
Founded
1880
Religion
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Hoffnungstal
aka Makarowka; by river
Bolschoi-Kujalnik;
population 279 in 1904 and
250 in 1919Kardamytsch
Makarowa u.Koschary
Schönfeld
aka
Brünnen/Gaschar/Koschari;
15 km east of Landau; in
1915 parish included
Halbstadt, Petrowka,
Sofiewka and Steinberg;
population 391 in 1914 and
603 in 1943
1873/1888
K
1873
K
aka Kirnitschki ; population
509 in 1919
E
K
Kassel
Sewerinowka
aka Kardamitsch; leased
colony; population 20 in
1905
aka Petrowka/Tschubowka
1869/1870
E
Kronau
Simpferopol
Barwenkowo
Dshankoi
1876
M
M
Omsk
1913
Odessas/Glückstal
Kutschurgan
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/Kronau
aka Nr. 2/Krasnojar
see Schunuk
Post Spat
aka Djurmen
see Djurman
E
E
Winodelnoje
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Sceglowo
aka Sticker
see Elsaß/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Schubar Kudak
Schubar Kuduk
Schuch
Schuck
Schukubalskij
Schukul
Schultino, Chutor
Schulz
Schulz
Schulz Chutor
Schulz Chutor
Schulz Chutor
Schulz, Chutor
Kazakhstan
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
Akjubinsk
Aktjubinsk
1912
E
E
Frank
Aktjubinsk
1766
1913
K
E
1911
1766
S
E
Schulzenheim
Schumann Chutor
Schumanowka
Schumelka
Schumlau
Schunuk
Schunuk
Schurka
Schurkuljkulskij
Schurschin, Chutor
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volga
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Akkermann
Beresan (Nord)
Sl-Orlow
Jaworow
Simpferopol
Schutak Chutor
Schutka
Schutzen Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
Schutzle Chutor
Schuwalowo
Schuwalowo
Schuwalowo Ozerki
257
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
see Schuck
aka Schuch, Grjasnowatka
see Tschokul
Mariental
Pallasowka
Beresan
aka Lugowaja Grjasnucha
E
E
E
Andrejewka
1907
E
Posttal
1914
M
1785
E
E
Akkermann
Hartfeld
Byten
aka Eduard/David
aka Fedulowka
aka Bazarianka Veche (?
bei Bazarjanka in 1995)
aka Ozomla Kolonia
see Schonuk
see Neu-Norka
Ku-Adajewka
see Regier Chutor
E
Worms/Johannestal
population 60 in 1905
see Freiland/Odessa
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
1936
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
dissolved
see Neu-Pargolowo
see Ozerki
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
E
aka Bujdakow-Bujerak or
Buidakov Buyerak
E
aka Schwagen
Schwab
Volga
Kamenka
Schwaben
Schwales
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko
Schwarz
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
a few miles east of
Domanewka
Beresan
north - between Troizkoje
und Nikolajewka II; a few
mile south there was
another chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Schwarz
Schwarz
Schwarz
Schwarz Chutor
Schwarz, Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Beresan
Beresan
Beresan
Schwarza
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
Schwed
Schwedengebiet
Schweigert
Schweikert, Chutor
Schweikort
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kharkow
Kharkow
Marxstadt
Schwesterntal
Schwestertal(feld)
Schwirnewo
Sdorowez
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Sebastiansfeld
Sebastjanowka
258
1767
north - between Troizkoje
und Nikolajewka II; a few
mile north there was
another chutor
in SW Lachowo
north of Lachowo
see Hegele Chutor
E
1765
aka Svonarevka or
Swonarewka
E
K
see Afrikanowka
Rayon Barwenkowo
Isjum
Malakhove
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
aka Dshaga Alike/Kreis
Perekop
Dshankoi
Odessa
Emiltschin
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/
Alexanderfeld
1870
E
Hochheim
E
Emiltschin
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Blumenfeld
aka Drowitz
aka Malachowo; population
370 in 1905 and 546 in 19411943
see Anton
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Galicia
Sechsundsechzig Nr. 66
Sechziger Kolonie
Sedziszow
Seebach
Seebach
Seeberg
Seefeld
Seeh, Chutor
Seelmann
Seewald
Segensthal
Seibel, Chutor
Seibelfeld
Seidel, Chutor
Seifert I
Seifert II
Seimental
Seimeny
Seit Balat
Seit Bulat
Seit Scheut
Seit-Bulat
Seitler Tarchanlar
Sekisek
Sekretarka
Sekretarowka
Selennopolje
259
Region
Mykolaivka Persha
District
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Neu-Saratowka
Rohatyn
Grosolowski/
Stawrowa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Hoffnungstal
Glückstal
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Religion
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Founded
Beresan/
Petrowka/Isajewsk
Seelmann
Frank
Nowograd-Wolynsk
K
1874
Sedziszow
aka Oserowko; population
166 in 1914
E
E
1898
K/E
1767
1767
K
K
E
E
E
Hoffnungstal
Kassel
Nowograd-Wolynsk
near Braunschweig
near Lipowka
see Seimeny/Bessarabia
K
1867
E
aka Wolkowo Chutor and
Woge Chutor; population 75
in 1914 and 201 in 1926
see Reintal
aka Rovnoye or Rownoje
aka Werchowe
aka Bogoljubowka
Defunct after 1918
Rosenfeld
Ru-Lokotj
Fedorowka
Akkermann
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
aka Luntscha; population
145 in 1904 and 153 in 1919
aka Budjenyj
Eigenheim (1905)/
Andrejewka (1939)
aka Seimental/ Seimeni/
and Semjonowka; population
451 in 1905 and 597 in 1939
Post Dshankoj
E
E
Hochheim Khutors
Kreis Parekop
Post Suja
see Georgental/Odessa
see Chutor Rath/Odessa
see Gruenfeld
Tabuldi
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Orenburg
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Selenopol
Selenyj Jar
Selinger
Selinger Chutor
Selingera Chutor
Seljennaja Dolina
Seljennoje
Seljennoje
Seljennopolskij otrub
Seljenopolje
Seljenyj Jar
Selz
Semenowka
Semipalatinsk
Semisot
Semisotka
Region
Rybalskoye
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Semisotka
Semissot
Semjenowka I
Semjenowka II
Semjenowskij
Semjonowka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Semsotka
Serafimowka
Serbanowka
Serby
Serdimen
Serebropole
Bessarabia
Kharkow
Volhynia
Volhynia
Dobrudscha
Jekaterinoslaw
260
District
Beresan
Beresan
Beresan
Slawgorod
Se-Proletarskaja
North of Orenburg
Om-Sosnowka
WesjelTerno
Kutschugan/ DNR Fr.
Engels, now Rozdilna,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
Kamenka
Founded
Religion
K
K/E?
K
1897
M
1874
M
1808
1767
K
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Chutor
Eigenheim/Nikolajew
see Grunfeld/Odessa
aka Marjanowka ?
aka Sirotakoje
München
aka Gruenfeld
see Grünstal/Nikolajew
Fr. Engels
aka Limanskoje; 192 houses
in 1859; population 401 in
1808 and 2,989 in 1943
see Djau-Tebe
see Djau-Tebe
Feodosia
Zuerichtal
Kreis Feodosija /Post Ak
Monaj and Semikolodcy
Zurichtal
Om-Atschairsk
Om-Atschairsk
Ku-Adajewsk
see Gnadenheim/Bessarabia
K
Kaliakra
Krasnopol
1925
1843
e
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Simoni
see Alt-Serby
Romanian name: Serdimen
aka Silberfeld
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Serebropolje
Seredinowka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Sergejewka
Serkretarka
Serpnewoje
Sesonokwa
Sevatopol
Sewald
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Petro-Palowka
1911
1841
E
E
Sl-Kljutschi
1912
M
W. Rogatschik
Werchnerogatschik
Kasantschin
Emiltschin
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1870
M
Parish
Grunau
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Silberfeld
aka Janow
aka Heubuden
see Schoental
see Josefstal/Odessa
see Tobalowka
Frank
Kreis Melitopol
1894
E
E
1767
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Emiltschinskaja
see Georgental/Odessa
see Leipzig/Bessarabia
see Uljanowka/Odessa
Neusatz
Verkhnoye
K
Sewerinowka
Sewerinowka
Sewernyj
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kutschurgan
Gouv. Kiew
Om-Krestinsk
1917
K
E
Sewerinowka
Radomysl
Sewerynowka
Seydeminucha
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kolomea
1889
R
Kolomea-Baginsberg
261
Village History
north of Kujalnizkij Liman =
100 km west of Landau, a
market town, which
belonged until 1917 to the
estate of Count Severin
Pototzky (est. owned since
1800 ); in 1914 parish served
Jeremetowka, Wassiljewka,
Sasonowka, Jfodorowka,
Schachlatski, Blagodatnaja,
Blonski, Schemiot,
Bognatowka and
Tschubowka.
see Kalinindorf/Nikolajew
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Village Name
Sezonowka
Shdanowka
Shelanowka
Shelanowka
Sheltoje
Ukrainian Name
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Uljanowka; population
105 in 1919
see Hoffental
Nikolajew/Sezonowka
Om-Odessa
Sl-Kljutschi
Village History
1914
M
M
see Neu Witebsk/Odessa
aka Scherebrowka; by river
Bolschoi-Kujalnik;
population 5 in 1904 and 38
in 1926
Sherebkowo
Kherson/Odessa
Taras Schewtschenko
E
Sherebkowo
Shernowata
Sherobkowo
Shikow
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Hoffnungstal
E
Hoffnungstal
leased colony; population 65
in 1904
see Neuhorst
T. Schewtschenko
Gorodniza
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
aka Shykow, Zikow
Shischtotowsk
Shitomir
Shitomir
Shmirino
Sholtenka
Shosowka
Shurawlewka
Shurawlewo
Shurawljewka
Shykow
Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Om-Odessa
Shitomir
E
E
Sichelberg
Sidorowka
Siebenbrunn
Siebenbrunn
Siebenbrunn
Volga
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
262
Rayon Taras Schewtschenko
Shitomir
Lugansk
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volhynia
Om-Jelansk
aka Zhitomir
see Neu Rosengart
see Schoenfeld
Rayon Grosulowsk
Rayon Iwanowka
see Heidelberg
E
see Shikow
Kertsch
Petrowsk
1849
E
1878
1878
E
Zuerichtal
aka Martjeschka ,
Siehelberg, Nowokomenka
see Johannesfeld
aka Kusel-Kui, Rapp
Zurichtal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Siebenbrunn
Siedliske
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Kertsch
Siegenthal
Siemens, Chutor
Galicia
Ufa
Lisko
Schischkan-Kulj
Siemiginow
Galicia
Stryj
Jekaterinoslaw
Silberfeld
Silberfeld
Silberfeld
Silberfeld Nr. 86
Silbertal
Silowka
Simbirsk
Simche Catun
Simferopol
Siminop
Simoni
Simonsfeld
Simson
Singer Chutor
Singer Chutor
Singer Chutor
Sinjawka
263
Simferopol
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Alt Samaraara
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Founded
Religion
Zuerichtal
1788
1894
1912
Remarks
aka Semikolodcy /Wolost
Petrowsk/Post Semikolodcy
and Siebenbrunn/Kreis
Feodosija
see Bredtheim
Records started in 1788; aka
Deutsch Berechy, Berechy
E
Gelsendorf
After 1898, parish was Stryj
Ludwigstal
aka Jablokowo/Rayon
Gajtschur/Post Gatjschur
and Guljaj Pole
aka Werchnij Sherebec, see
Serebropol
aka Serebropolje
M
M
E
see Friedenfeld/Odessa
aka Uljanowsk
see Eigengut/Bessarabia
1805/09
Emiltschin
E/K
E
Emiltschin
Dnjepropetrowsk/
Kriwoj Rog/
Apostolowo/ N.
Woronozowka
1862
K
Neu Mannheim
Bender
Kischinew
1902
E
E
Kischinew
Kischinew
E
Heimthal
Baraschi
Village
Profile/Info.
Bandrow
Melekes
Tabuldi
Village History
E
M
Zaporoshje
Krasnopolje/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Om-Odessa
Slawgorod
Saporohje
Parish
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Warenburg
aka Serbanowka
aka Nowo Semjonowka;
population 426 in 1914 and
620 in 1942 (51 families
without head of household)
see Samson
population 60 in 1939
see Ossinowka/Odessa
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Sinje Osernoje
Sinkow
Sipaj
North Siberia
Galicia
Orenburg
Sirotskoje
Sirt-Karaktschura
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Sitauerowka
Siwer
Galicia
Volhynia
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Schoensee
Zaleszczyki
E
Zaleszczyki
see Kanzerowka Nr. 3
see Selinger Chutor/Odessa
Alexandrowka
Tlumacz
1860
1838
E
Czernowitz
aka Ladzkie Szlacheckie;
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
see Fuerstendorf
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa, aka Hahn.
Birkle and Donner
see Wassertal/Odessa
see Felsental
Siwuschka
Sjepucha
Skalistyj
Skarupka Chutor
Skatowka
Skatowka
Skinos
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
South of Orenburg
E
Beresan
K
Skole
Skole
Skolobow
Skripalewo
Skwarzawa Stara
Skworzowo
Skworzowo
Skypalewo
Slavgorod Region
Slawce
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volga
Galicia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Siberia
Galicia
Stryj
Stryj
Pulin
E
K
E
Gelsendorf
Skole Miasteczko
Heimthal
Zolkiew
Ak-Trudowaja
Omsk
K
E
M
Bialy Kamien
Slawitz
Galicia
Kolomea
1873
R
Slepucha
Kherson/Odessa
Petrowka
1897
K
264
Village History
Rastatt
see Neu-Straub
see Straub
see Leipzig/Bessarabia
After 1898, parish was Stryj
Settled by Volga Germans
see Josefstal
see Slawitz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Kolomea-Baginsberg
aka Slawce, records started
1871
population 97 in 1914 and
217 in 1926
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Slepucha Chutor
Slobodka
Slobodka Knjasheskaja
Slobodka Lesna
Slobodka Serbowskaja
Slobodskije Golondyri
Slobodskije Olendry
Sluck
Slutschajnoje
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Slutzk
Smail Abei
Smailowskij
Smereczna
Smerekow
St. Petersburg
Smijewka
Kherson/Odessa
Smino Gut
Smirnowskij
Smirow
Smolennoje
Smolin Niemiecki
Smolino
Smoljanaja
Smoljanowka
Smoljnaja Kolonie
Smolnaja
Smolno
Smorze Dolne
Smorze Gorne
Smudowe
Snamenische Kolonie
Snamenka
Galicia
Ufa
Volga
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
265
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
District
Founded
Pulin
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kolomea
Gorodniza
Religion
E
E
K
E
Parish
Shitomir
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Mariahilf
Emiltschin
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Wassertal/Odessa
aka Aleksejewka
see
see
see
see
E
Zarskoje Selo
K
Kulikow
Karlswalde
Karlswalde
Sluzk
GljadeNr. 4
aka Sluck, Pawlowsk;
Russian city with Germans
see Ismail-Abai
Ku-Adajewsk
see Prinzenthal
Zolkiew
see
Schlangendorf/Nikolajew
Brody
Tol-Tschuransk
Pallasowka
E
Lemberg
Records started 1778, aka
Smolno
1894
see Ebental
see Deutsch Smolin
Ts-Troitzk
E
see Schoenberg
Om-Ljubinsk
Skole
1897
M
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Felizienthal
see Schoeneberg
see SminGut
aka Smorze Gorne
see Smorze Dolne
see Gerhardstal
see Snamenskoje
see Snamenskoje
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Village Name
Snamenskij
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
St. Petersburg
Snamenskoje
St. Petersburg
Sniatyn
Sniatyn
Sobach Eli
Sobach Eli
Sobolowka
Sochta Er
Sochta Er
Sodorow Iwan.
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
1843
Sniatyn
Sniatyn
Tabuldi
Zloczow
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Peterhof
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka,aka
Snamenka
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka, aka
Snamenka; Snamenische
Kolonie
1843
E
Peterhof
1775
1775
1886
E
K
E
Czernowitz
Sniatyn
1829
1897
E
M
Lemberg
After 1871, parish was
Kolomea-Baginsberg
Post Suja
Post Bachtschizaraj
E
Bessarabia
Kharkow
Akkermann
Sofiental
Kherson/Odessa
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewka
Sofiewo
Sofular
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
266
Religion
Bulganak
Sofiental
Sofiental
Ufa
Dobrudscha
Founded
1862/1863
E
Posttal
Glückstal/ Stawrowa
1874
E
Bergdorf
Kahul
Nikolajew
1892
E
K
Albota
Schönfeld
aka Carpenko; founding
families from Grossliebental
Gebiet; population 257 in
1904 and 356 in 1939
Post Barwenkowo
leased colony; population
203 in 1904 and 213 in 1914
aka Sofieni and Sofievca;
population 866 in 1939
see Reinfeld/Nikolajew
see Neufeld/Nikolajew
see Friedensfeld
Slawgorod
Lugansk
Aljeschewo
Konstanza
1894
1892
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rayon Iwanowka
aka Kolonka
Romanian name: Credinta
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Soglassije
Sokologorowka
Sokolow
Sokolowo
Soljanka
Soljanka
Soljanka
Solnzewo
Solnzewo
Solnzewo
Solodarjaw
Solodyr
Solodyri
Solokaja Balka
Solothurn
Solotjuk
Solotoje
Solotschewsk
Solotuchinka
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Om-Ljubinsk
Ak-Koktschetaw
Pulin
Solotwina
Sommerau
Galicia
Galicia
Bohorodczany
Somotajewka
North Siberia
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Founded
Religion
E
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Heimthal
see Chutor Keller /Odessa
zu Glarus
zu Basel
see Waldheim
see Felsental
see Schirak Chutor
aka Beck Chutor
Marxstadt
Om-Issyl-Kulj
E
E
Pulin
E
Heimthal
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Solodyri
aka Solodyr
see Peterhagen
see Wittmann
see Wittmann
see Otrada/Odessa
Om-Krestinsk
E
1820
E
After 1899, parish was
Stanislau
see Letnia
aka Chutor Wessel,
Pawlowka
Landau
aka
Sonnenburg/Telman/Thalma
nn;
Aleksandrowsk
aka Nikolajewka after 1924
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
1880
K
Sonnental
Sophienfeld
Sophiental
Sophiewka
Soposzyn
Sorinowka
Sorkino
North Caucasus
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Ufa
Volga
Krapotkin
1899
E
Stawrowa
Ugartsthal
E
Sonnenburg
267
Parish
1874
see Neu-Sophiewka
Zolkiew
Dawlekanowo
K
Zolkiew
1894
see Eckardt
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Soroka
Bessarabia
Soroka
Sorotschi Ljudwigowka
Sorotschino
Sosikulak
Sosnowka
Sosnowka
Sosnowka
Sosnowka
Sosnowskoje
Sosnowskoje
Sowchos Nr. 13
Sowchos Nr. 23
Sowjetsky
Sowjet-Wirtschaft
Sowohos No. 593 Communist
Soworwo
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Baraschi
Nowo-Nikolajewka
1883
Nikolajew/Poltawka
Se-Borodulichinsk
Se-Borodulichinsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Om-Sosnowka
Mariental
Fedorowka
Religion
Parish
E
Kischinew
E
E
Heimthal
K
E
E
Nikolajew
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Soroca; Romanian
village with German settlers
aka Sorotschin- Ludwikowka
aka Eigental
see Grossweide
see Friedental
see Schilling
see Schilling
Settled by Volga Germans
See Huckertal
Sparrau
Spat
Spat
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Gnadenfeld
Kambar
Simpferopol
Spat
Spatzen, Chutor
Spatzenchutor
Spavtak
Speier
Sperlingchutor
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Simpferopol
268
Founded
1828
1882
1882
M
aka Klinowoje/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
M
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki
E
see Marienfeld
see Neu-Marienburg
see Speyer/Odessa
Omsk
M
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Village Name
Speyer
Spingler
Splawnucha
Springer, Chutor
Springer, Chutor
Srednaja
Srednaja Rogatka
Ukrainian Name
Pischanyi Brod
Region
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
St. Petersburg
Volga
Srednjaja Rogatka
Ssekisek
Sseliwanowka
Ssemjanowka
Ssokolowskij
Ssuchanow
Ssulak Nr. 6
Ssulianowskij
Ssussanowka, Chutor
Ssuworowka
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
St. Petersburg
St. Topovka
Stadlau
Stadlo
Stahl
Stahl
St. Petersburg
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Volga
Stahl am Karaman
Stahl am Tarlyk
Volga
Volga
269
District
Beresan
Founded
1809
Religion
K
Parish
Speyer
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Jasnopolje/Pestchany
Brod/Schparowa/Speer/Spei
er; 190 houses in 1859;
population 448 in 1811, 641
in 1825, 1,514 in 1858, and
2,533 in 1943
see Huck
Karasubasar
Karasubasar
Post Karasubazar
1765
1765
1820
Archangelskoje
Ust-Labinskaja
Gulgewitsch
Krapotkin
Chasaw-Jurt
Posjolok
Archangelskoje
Settled by emigrants from
Hessen-Darmstadt, aka
Zweiundzwanziger Kolonie
E
E
E
M
Pjatigorsk
M
E
St. Petersburg
(1704)
Stadlo
aka Leningrad, Petersburg,
Petrograd; 7 parishes plus
Neu Sandez
1786
E
Kukkus
1767
E
see Stadlo
Records started 1787
see Swonarjew-Kut
aka Stepnoje, am Tarlyk
Marxstadt
Kukkus
1766
1767
E
E
aka Swonarewkut or
Svonarevkut
aka Stepnoje or Stepnoye
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Stahnadorf
Stalinberg
Stalino
Stalintor
Stand
Standt
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Mariental
Volga
Volga
Volga
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Stanhopka
Stanin
Bessarabia
Galicia
Akkermann
Radziechow
1899
1797
E
E
Sarata
Josefow
aka Stanhopca (defunct in
1995)
Records started 1806
Stanislau
Stanislawka
Stanislawka
Stanislawow
Stanislawowka
Stanislawowka
Stanisloawa
Star Poltawka
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Stanislau
Plushnoje
1800
E
Ugartsthal
After 1899, parish was
Stanislau, aka Stanislawow
Shitomir
see Stanislawowka
see Stanislau
see Zbaniow
aka Stanislawka
Stara Wiess weber
Staraja Buda
Staraja Ekonomija
Staraja Glafirowka
Staraja Golokobowka
Staraja Guta
Staraja Huta
Staraja Viktorowka
Stare Siolo
Staritza
Staritzen Feld
Staritzkoje
Stariyj Chmerin
Stariyje Serby
Stariza
Galicia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Neu Sandez
E
Stadlo
Gorodniza
E
Emiltschin
Bobrka
E
Lemberg
Brusilow
E
Radomysl
270
see Berbera Chutor/Odessa
see Yussovo
Pulin
E
see Gnadentau
Revised 16 Feb 2012
After 1805, parish was Neu
Sandez
see Heimtal
see Elisabethfeld
see Alt-Glafirowka
see Staraja Huta
aka Staraja Guta
see Alt-Viktorowka
aka Wilhelmswalde
see Neu-Chmerin
see Alt-Serby
see Redewald
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Staro Borodatuj
Staro Rotowka
Staro Scharapowo
Starosawodskaja
Stary Sacz
Staryj
Staryj Krim
Staryj Numer
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Staryje Lesy
Station
Staurowo
Stavropol
Stavropol
Stawischtsche
Stawropol
Stebnik
Stebniza
Stehle, Chutor
Stein, Chutor
Steinau
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Alt Samaraara
Galicia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Kharkow
Galicia
Steinau
Jekaterinoslaw
Steinbach
Steinbach
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Steinbach
Steinbach
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Steinbach
Kherson/Odessa
271
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Huttertal
see Alt-Rotowka
Om-Ljubinsk
Tschertomsik
1870
aka Steinau
see Alt-Sandez-Sandetz
see Kronsweide
M
E
see Kaisertal
Wolost Kambar/Post Spat
and Saki
see Urbach
see Petrowka/ Nikolajew
aka Voroshilovsk
Simpferopol
Uschomir
Melekes
Drohobycz
Wolodarsk
Omsk
Nisko
1783
E
Shitomir
E
E
E
E
E
Brigidau
Heimthal
Ranischau
Wolost Tschertomlyk/
Post Nikopol
Feodorowka
Records started 1786
Defunct after 1918
Records started 1782
see Starosawodskaja
1874
1881
Nowo-Nikolajewka
1883
Saporoshje/Nowo
Nikolajewka
1857
S
E
M
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Ostheim
Rosenfeld
Prischib
Friedenfeld
aka Kloepfer Chutor;
Neuland
aka Atamanowka
aka Kamenka/Okrug
Zaporoshjo/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
see Kamenka
aka Kamenka; population
323 in 1918
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Crimea/Taurida
Steinbach
Steinberg
Steinberg
Steinbruch
Steindorf
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfeld
Steinfels
Steingut
Steinhauer
Steinreich
Stellerowka
Stempf, Chutor
Stengel
272
Region
Kyriakivka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Georgia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Rayon Molotschansk/Post
Bogdanowka
Gnadenfeld/Kreis Berdjansk
Nikopol
Nikolajew/Petrowka
1869
K
Schönfeld
Rowenki
Limanowa
Elisabethal
1788
E
K
Kamionka Mala
Okrug and Rayon
Kriwej Rog/Wolost
and Post Weselyja
Terny
Beresokwa
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/Orloff
Pa-Tas-Kuduk
Village History
see
Kamenopole/Kamenopolje
aka Kaminski
K
1879
1906
1922
M
M
E
Gnadenfeld
Dobromil
1857
1783
M
E
Nikolajew/Poltawka/
Balackoje
1860
E
aka Kamenka/Kiriakowka; a
few miles west of Nikolajew;
population 250 in 1914 and
136 in 1941-1943
see Kamennaja Gorka
aka Woljanowa
aka Kamionna
Altonau/Orloff
aka Nr. 14/Kamenka;
population 159 in 1905 and
82 in 1941
Assureti
aka Kodischi
Bandrow
aka Kamenistoje /Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdnansk
Records started 1788
population 100 in 1918/1919
E
see Linejewka
Omsk
E
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Village Name
Stengelgraben
Stengle
Stenglegraben
Step
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stepanowka
Stephan
Stephan
Stepnoj
Stepnoj
Stepnoje
Stepnoje
Stepnoje
Stepnoje
Stepnoje
Stepnoje am Tarlyk
Stepowoje
Sterlitamak
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Stern
Sternberger
Stesselowka
Sticker
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Volga
Stiller Ort
Stodolki
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
273
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
Pokrowsk
1873
K
Nikolajew/
Kotschubejewka
North of Orenburg
Tiraspol
see Rosenheck
see Gruenfeld
see Klein-Katherinental
aka Gruenfeld
see Gruenfeld
Post Pokrowzkoje
see Sturpelz/Odessa
population 400 in 1919
1895
M
Kamenka
Kamenka
Ku-Adajewsk
Taschkent
M. Elatschinsk
1767
1767
E
E
1892
1878
E
E
Slawgorod
1909
M
see Gattung
Vodyanoi Buyerak
aka Wodjanoi-Bujerak
aka Dreiling Chutor
see Dreiling Ch.
see Kleefeld
see Stahl am Tarlyk
see Sulz/Odessa
Sterlitamak
1894
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Odessa/Grossulowo?
E
aka Lambert?/Müller Chutor
1765
E
see Linejewka
Tcherbakovka
1906
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Adaja/Tichij Kut/Tichin
Chutor
see Ebenau
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Stojanow
Galicia
Kamionka Strumilowa
E
Josefow
Stojanow
Stolpeckoje
Stolpetzkaja
Stolpno
Straja Alexandrowka
Galicia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kamionka Strumilowa
Emiltschin
K
E
Stojanow
Emiltschin
Gouv. Kiew
E
Radomysl
Alt Samaraara
Strassburg
Strassburg
Strassburg
Strassburg am Torgun
Strassburg I
Strassburg II
Strassdorf
Strassendorf
Straßenfeld
Strassenfeld I
Strassenfeld II
Strassenfeld III
Strassenfeld IV
Strassenheim
Straub
274
Kuchurhan
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Bessarabia
Melekes
Kutschurgan /DNR Fr.
Engels/Strassburg
Kukkus
Pallasowka
Akkermann
Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Akkermann
Krasny-Kut
Krasny-Kut
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Kutschurgan/DNR Fr.
Engels
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Fedorowka
Seelmann
Kukkus
1860
1920/1922
1878/1885
1855
1855
E
E
E
K
1767
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Remarks
aka Stolpetzkaja
see Stolpeckoje
defunct after 1914
see Alt-Krausendorf
148 houses in 1859;
population 261 in 1808,
1,023 in 1858 and 2,118 in
1943
K
E
E
E
Village
Profile/Info.
Settled aft. 1863 by
colonists from Westpolen,
Oberschlesien & Kaschubia
E
1808
Village History
Posttal
aka Alkalia; population 28 in
1904 and 373 in 1939,
extinct in 1995
Posttal
aka Strassburn Sat and
Maraslijewka; leased colony;
population 79 in 1904 and
238 in 1939
Straßbug
aka Ekmantz/Getmanzy
/Getmanzy/Schirokij
Chutor?
aka Nowokamenka
aka Wiesental, Skatowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Strauchdorf
North Caucasus
Strauss
Streckerau
Streit
Streitgraben
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Strymbeni
Stryj
Strymba
Strymbeni
Strzeszyce
Stschastliwka Chutor
Stuckert
Stuckert
Studjonyj Kljutsch
Sturpelz
Stuttgart
Subrawline
Suchaja Balka
275
Corlateni
Founded
Chasaw-Jurt
Religion
M
Parish
Wladikawkas
Seelmann
Balzer
1863
1812
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Jewjenjewka
K
E
E
Strelna
Strelna (1812)
Settled by emigrants from
Iswar (closed after 2 yrs);
aka Strelnaja Kol;
Njemezkaja Kol; Neudorf
Russian city with Germans
1812
see Strelna
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kischinew
Galicia
Stryj
1881
Pulin
Radomysl
1800
http://blackseagr.org/f aka Strymbeny; leased
orums/viewtopic.php? colony; population 245 in
f=15&t=143
1904 and 498 in 1939
see Alt Nassau
E
Kischinew
E
E
Shitomir
Radomysl
aka Stribisch
E
Gelsendorf
After 1898, parish was Stryj
Balti, Russian Empire
(Moldova)
see Strembeni/Bessarabia
see Wachendorf
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Alt Samaraara
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Village History
see Köhler-StraußFix/Odessa
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Volga
St. Petersburg
Strelna
Strelna
Strelna
Strelnaja Kolonie
Strembeni
Strepotowka
Stretigraben
Stribisch
Strojewka
District
E
Worms/Johannestal
population 35 in 1905
Pallasowka
Pallasowka
Melekes
Kutschurgan
Beresan
Feorowka
Se-Proletarskaja
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Adolfstal/Stepanowka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Sudak
Crimea/Taurida
Sudak
Sudaki
Kherson/Odessa
Nikolajew/Berislaw
Poltava
Kharkow
Volhynia
Volga
Galicia
Dobrdscha
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Sulz
Sumke
Suran Barys
276
Veseloye
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see
Felsengut/Dnjepropetrowsk
Post Grischino
Suchanowe
Sucheckoje
Suchezkoje
Suchezkoje
Suchoi Jelantskik
Suchoje
Sudak
Sudak
Sudak
Sudak
Sudicha 3
Sudicha Nr. #
Sudilkow
Suhrawline
Sulichow
Sulina
Sulshinowka
Sultan Botschala
Sultan-Bochala
Founded
Alexejewka
DoCossack Region
1889
1889
Schidlowo
E
see Hochheim
Feodosia
Taraktasch
1805
1805
E
1804/05
E
Zuerichtal
Zurichtal
Zuerichtal
Feorowka
Tarnobrzeg
Tultscha
Pulin
Dshankoi
daughter colony of Schabo
Kolonie ?
E/R?
Wilikije Butschki
1889
E
E
1872
1849
E
K
E
E
1903
Wolost Taraktasch/Kreis
Feodosija/Post Sudak
Poltawa
Poltawa
Shitomir
Okrug Poltawa/ Rayon
Krasnograd/Kreis
Konstantinograd
Ranischau
Romanian name: Sulina
Shitomir
Hochheim
Hochheim Khutors
Beresan/Landau
Ts-Troitzk
Dshankoi
1809
K
E
Landau
aka
Malaschewskoje/Steporoje;
128 houss in 1859;
population 225 in 1811, 815
in 1858 and 1,922 in 1943
Post Pawlowka
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Village Name
Surikowskij
Surowo, Chutor
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Siberia
Ufa
District
Ku-Adajewka
Dawlekanowo
Founded
Religion
1894
E
M
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
Susannendorf
Susannental
Susanowka
Susly
Susly
Suszno
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Suworow
Suworowa
Suworowka
Suworowka
Suworowka Nr. 13
Suworowo
Svorr-Romanow
Swadkowce
Swaryczow
Swenigorodka Chutor
Swesda
Swetlodolinskoje
Swetlowka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Swiniarsko
Swistunowo
Galicia
North Siberia
Neu Sandez
1788
E
M
Swjatotroizkoje
Swonarewka
Swonarewkut
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Volga
Romanowka
1823
K
Swonarjew Kut
Swonarjew Kut
Sworanewka
Sworanewkyt
North Siberia
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Om-Sosnowka
Slawgorod
1897
E
E
277
Marxstadt
Radziechow
Sl-Grischkowka
North of Orenburg
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Milliardowka/Susanowka
K
K
see Susannendorf/Odessa
see Herzog
zu Kano
1814
1911
1901
E
Josefow
see
Alexanderfeld/Nikolajew
see Schardau
see Eigenfeld/Nikolajew
aka Bessagatsch
M
M
see Alexanderfeld/Odessa
1864
Sokal
Dolina
Beresan
Erlenbach
E
E
K
Josefow
Ugartsthal
Rastatt
see Lichtental/Bessarabia
see Blumenort/Nikolajew
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Neu Sandez
After 1803, parish was
Stadlo
aka Swajato Troickoje and
Eichwald
see Schwed
see Stahl
aka Stahl, settled by Volga
Germans
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Sygniowka
Syrt Karaktschora
Syrt Kaspir
Syrtaj Kasborju
Syrtke Adshi Achmat
Szczerez
Szczerzec
Szczyglowka
Szklo
Tabor
Tabor Kirej
Tabor Kirey
Tabuldi
Tabuldy
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Lemberg
Aleksandrowka
Tabuldy
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Tabuly
Tachubowka
Taelmann
Taganasch(min)
Taganrog
Taimas
Taimas
Taimas
Taintscha
Tajmas
Tal
Tal
Talakowka
Taldekutuk
Tali Iljak
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Tali Iljak
278
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Founded
Religion
1801
K
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Zimna Woda
Post Kurman Kemeltschi
see Syrta Kasborju
aka Syrt Kaspir /Post Agaj
Post Kolaj
see Ernsdorf
see Rosenberg
see Windmuehle
Ewpatorija
Dshankoi
Jaworow
Dshankoi
Dshankoi
Tabuldi
Simpferopol
Village History
K
Jaworow
Post Woinka and Djurmen
1890
1882
1882
K
E
Neusatz
Neusatz
Wolost Tabuldi/ Post Suja
and Karazan
German Colonies of Neusatz
Petrowka
Taganasch
DoCossack Region
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
E
1897
1897
E
Zuerichtal
Zurichtal
Omsk
see Deutsch Tajmas
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Semipalatinsk
Simpferopol
E
zu Zurich
zu Basel
1908
E
1872
E
Simpferopol
Byten
Neusatz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Wolost Byten/Post Bijuk
Onlar and Kurman
Kemeltaschi/Kreis Perekop
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Tali-Ilak
Crimea/Taurida
Tali-Ilyak
Taljausa
Talma Nr. 3
Talowka
Tambowka
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
District
Byten
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
1872
German Colonies of Neusatz
see Fischer
Chasaw-Jurt
1900
see Beideck
Tamur
Bessarabia
Akkermann
Tamurka
Tanefsau
Bessarabia
Galicia
Akkermann
Mielec
Tannendorf
Taranowka Nr. 13
Tarasowo
Galicia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Tarassicha
Tarchanlar
Tarchanlar
Novgorod
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Ali-Schach
Tarchanlar
Tariverde
Crimea/Taurida
Dobrudscha
Dshankoi
Konstanza
Tarkhan
Tarlyk
Tarlyk
Tarlyk
Tarlykowka
Tarlyksfeld
Tarnowole
Tartatschek
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
279
Founded
Neu Sandez
Chasaw-Jurt
1860/1895
1783
1783
1901
E
Sarata
aka Vaedeni and Wedenka;
Romanian village with
German settlers
E
K
Klöstitz
Rauchersdorf
aka Amara; population 88 in
1939; by Wedenka in 1995?
aka Wulka Tanew ska
Stadlo
After 1805, parish Neu
Sandez, aka Swierkla,
Dlugileka
E
see Hoffnungsfeld/Odessa
1925
1879
1879
1878
E
E
Nowgorod
Settled by emigrants from
Nikolai Kolonie
Wolost Ak Scheich/Post
Dshankoj and Kolaj
Romania name: Dorotea
E
Estonian Colonies of Samruk
Om-Ljubinsk
see Friedental
see Laub
see Dinkel
Seelmann
Pulin
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
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Village Name
Tarutino
Tasanai
Tasch Kazgan Konrat
Taschly Konrat
Taschly Konrat
Taschly Konrat
Taschtschenak
Ukrainian Name
Tarutyne
Region
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Akkermann
Founded
1814
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
Religion
Parish
E
Tarutino
E
Byten
Village History
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/ta
rutino.txt
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Anschakrak; 229 houses
in 1858; 81 people died of
Cholera in 1831; population
1,644 in 1858 and 3,746 in
1939
Hochheim Khutors
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Borangar
see Borangar
see Johannesruh
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
see Eigenheim
Tatarbunar
Tatarka
Tatjanine
Tatjanowka
Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Tatjanowka Nr. 3
Tauk
Taupse
Taurida
Taut
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Taweschnja 1
Taweschnja Nr. 1
Tawmaj
Tawrida
Tegesch
Tegesch
Poltava
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tashli-Konrat
Tata Jurt
280
Volga
Akkermann
1845
E
Sarata
aka Tataresti and
Tatarbunary; market town;
population 37 in 1905 and 45
in 1939
see Kalinindorf/Nikolajew
see Blumstein
see Rohrbach Nr. 8
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Simpferopol
1912
1894
M
E
Byten
aka Henne
Poltawa
Rayon Krasnograd/Post
Schandrowka
DoCossack Region
Pallasowka
Welikije Butschki
1889
E
1888
E
E
Simpferopol
Woloschinskij
Post Karasan
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Rynowka
Neusatz
Neusatz
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Tekirghiol
Telaulsa
Telentschi
Telentschi Dschurt
Telentschi Dshurt
Telentschi-Dschurt
Telewch
Teljansa
Teller
Telman
Telpenfeld
Temesch
Temesch
Dobrudscha
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Konstanza
1907
gem.
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
Ewpatorija
1870
M
Temesch
Temesch Eli
Temesch Eli
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ewpatorija
Temesh
Temir Bulat
Tempelhof
Tempelhof
Tensu
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Teplino
Kherson/Odessa
Teplitz
Terckli Scheich Eli
Terek
Terekly Scheich Eli
Teresowka
281
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Parish
Village History
Dshankoi
Remarks
Romania name: Techirghiol
see Fischer
see Nowo-Telentschi
1870
Post Kokej
aka Beriosowka
see Sonnenberg/Odessa
K
Eupatoria
Saki
Village
Profile/Info.
1862
1802
E
Byten
Wolost Saki/Post Saki/Kreis
Ewpatorija
see Heilbronn
see Heilbronn
Neusatz
1888
1870
E
German Colonies of Neusatz
aka Philipstal
Hochheim
Pjatigorsk
see Olgino
Dshankoi
E
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan
population 46 in 1926
Akkermann
1817/1818
E
M
Arzis
Karasan
Molotschna
Karasubazar
Dolina
1818
K
Weldzirz
Revised 16 Feb 2012
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/te
plitz.txt
aka Nr. 12/Töplitz/Tepliza;
127 houses in 1859;
population 1,073 in 1858 and
2,498 in 1939
aka Thersienthal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Terkschi
Termentschi
Termentschi
Termentschik
Ternowa
Ternowataja
Ternowka
Terny
Tersanka
Teschi
Teschi
Tesekly Ischun
Tesekly Ischun
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Teshi
Tessmann
Thaelmann
Thaelmann
Thalmann
The Estates of Churilek
Theodorshof
Thersienthal
Tichij Kut
Tichin Chutor
Tichonowka
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Tiefenbach
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see London
Simpferopol
Tabuldi
Tabuldi
1860
1860
Saliwnoje
Eupatoria
Simpferopol
1862
E
E
E
M
Neusatz
Post Suja
see Liebental
see Neuhorst
see Friedrichsfeld
see Durchlack
aka Friedensfeld
Byten
Neusatz
Karasan
Dshankoi
Post Spat
Post Ajbar
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
Om-Ljubinsk
1900
M
see Ostheim
see Doenhof
see Sonnenberg/Odessa
Zurichtal Leased Colonies
1824
E
Lemberg
1906
E
Grosulowo
Se-Pawlodar
1912
E
Kherson/Odessa
Kutschurgan
1920
K
Tiefenbrunn
Don Gebiet
Wolnowacha
1906
S
Tiefenbrunn
Tiefenbrunn
Tiefenbrunn
Jekaterinoslaw
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Rudajewka
Tiefenbrunn
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
282
Village History
Zolkiew
1814
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Teresowka
see Stiller Ort/Odessa
see Stiller Ort/Odessa
aka Bognatowka/Tschibowka
Ostheim
aka Alexandrowka,
Maserowo
Josephstal
aka Glubokaja/Post
Lozowaja
Grunau
aka Aleksandrowka
Prischib
aka Kolodecnoje /Kreis
Melitopol
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Village Name
Tieferlandsgraben
Tiefland
Tiegart
Tiege
Tiege
Tiege
Tiegenhagen
Tiegenhof
Tiegenort
Tiegenort
Tiegerweide
Tiegerweide
Tiergart
Tiergart
Tiergarten
Tietzen, Chutor
Tiflis
283
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Schirajewo
Nikolajew/
Sagradowka/Orloff
Sl-Orlow
Halbstadt
1873
1908
1805
M
M
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Wolost, Post an d
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Romanowka
1823
K
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Wolost Ludwigstal/
Post Romanowka/
Kreis Aleksandrowsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1902
M
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Don Gebiet
Georgia
1805
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
by river Bolschoi-Kujalnik
see Adamowka
aka Nr. 8/Kotschubejewka;
Agro-Kooperativekolchos;
population 466 in 1905 and
446 in 1942
Tiege/Orloff
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/tie
ge.txt
E
Halbstadt
Halbstadt
Village History
Hoffnungstal
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Parish
aka Berestetschko/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Jasnoje/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
M
Grunau
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/tie
gnhof.txt
see Jassinowka/Jasinowka
see Antonowka
1822
M
aka Kulschanka/ Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Adamowka,
Tiergarten/Post
Romanowka/Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Ludwigstal
Mariupol
see Tiergart
see Friedrichstal
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Tiligut Beresan
Timaschewka
Timofejewka
Timofejewka
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Timusch
Tirk
Tischanka
Tjatra
Tjatransk
Tjopkino
Tjulenj
Tjumen
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Tobalowka
Toefsheim
Toefsheim
Toews, Chutor
Togajly
Toganasch
Tohoily
Toi Tebe
Toi-Tebe
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Simpferopol
Tojtebe
Tokoltschak
Toksaba
Tokultschak
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Dschurtschi
Tokultschak
Tolowa Tuslaff
Tolszczow
Tomak, Chutor
Tominskij
Tonkonogowo
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Siberia
Dshankoi
284
Founded
Beresan
Dshankoi
Isajewsk
North of Orenburg
Religion
Parish
Remarks
M
see Kronstal Chutor/Odessa
see Neu-Terek
zu Zurich
see Klein-Glückstal/Odessa
1894
1890
M
E
Djelal
aka Sergejewka/ Post Spat
and Sarabuz
see Rappheim
see Tuzla Scheich Eli
Dawlekanowo
Ewpatorija
1894
Eupatoria
Dshankoi
Bohemka
1880
1893
1893
M
Neusatz
E
E
Djelal
Mamut
Post Dshelal and Kibary
see Neu-Toganasch
aka Braun
Wolost Bogemka/ Post
Dshankoj
1878
see Johanneruh
1878
Wolost Dshurtschi/Post
Ajbar and Djurmen
see Klein-Werder
Lemberg
Ku-Adajewsk
Ak-Petropawlowsk
Village
Profile/Info.
Post Dshankoj
population 216 in 1926
Marxstadt
Grossulowo
Archangelskoje
Dawlekanowo
Eupatoria
Village History
E
M
1902
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Lemberg
aka Alexandrowsk
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Tonkoschurowka
Tonkoshurowka
Topik
Toporischtsche
Torgun
Torosowa
Totaermel
Totanai
Totanai (Eigenfeld)
Totanaj
Totman
Totmann
Volga
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tottmann
Tottmann (Hohenberg)
Towin
Towmai
Towmai
Tracz
Traenk
Traenkteich (zu Schoenchen)
Traubenberg
Traubenberg
Traubenfeld
Traus
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Georgia
South Caucaus
South Caucaus
South Caucaus
Trautmann
Trautmann Chutor
Trech Ablam
Trechgrad
Trechgrady
Treufeld
Trichaty
Trigrad
Trinitatis
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
285
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Mariental
Ak-Petropawlowsk
Kondratowka
Wolodarsk
Pallasowka
E
Bergdorf
Shitomir
Post Mardarowka
see Hoffnungsfeld/Odessa
Totonai
see Eigenfeld
1860
1860
see Eigenfeld
see Hohenberg
see Hohenberg
1879
German Colonies of Neusatz
Kokei
Emiltschin
Simpferopol
1879
1905
E
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Byten
K
Kolomea & Pistyn
aka Jungplauen
see Tomai
Kolomea
Marxstadt
Marxstadt
Traubenberg
Taras Schewtschenko
Beresan
zu Bettinger
1908
1908
1912
E
E
Luxemburg
aka Alawar, Halawar
aka Taus
see Traubenfeld
E
R
Neusatz
see Friedenstal/Odessa
see Friedenstal/Odessa
see Freifeld
Beresan
Bochnia
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Bocnia
see Friedenstal/Odessa
aka Trynitatis
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Trinitatis
Trippelsdorf
Trjechosjerka
Trock
Trock
Troitzkoje
Trojanka
Troscianiec Kolonja
Troscianiec Kolonja
Trossowka
Trost Chutor
Galicia
Volga
Orenburg
Alt Samaraara
St. Petersburg
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Bochnia
Pallasowka
North of Orenburg
Melekes
Trost Chutor
Trott
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko
Pallasowka
Trotzk
Trotzkoe
St. Petersburg
Volga
Petersburg
Trubatschowka
Trubezkoje
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Trudowoje
Volga
Truptscha
Trussowka
Trynitatis
Trzebinia
Trzebinia
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Tschabanka
Tschaga
Tschaily
Tschaily
Tschajatschi
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
286
Founded
Religion
E
Parish
Neu Gawlow
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Trynitatis
M
see Sluzk
Om-Sosnowka
Nikolajew/Poltawka
Jaworow
Jaworow
Om-Borodinowsk
Beresan
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Om-Sosnowka
Arkadak
1870
1870
K
E
M
M
E
Nikolajew
Hartfeld
Kiernica-Lemberg
population 51 in 1926
nearby station Marinowo
aka Trock; Russian city with
Germans
E
1905
1910
K
E
Straßburg
chutor or railway station
Settled by Volga Germans
Nr. 7; Settled by Mennonites
from Chortitza, aka
Lidjewka
M
see Gaeckle
Chutor/Bessarabia
Om-Borodinowsk
1902
M
see Trinitatis
Chrzanow
Chrzanow
E
K
Krakau-Podgorze
Trzebinia Miasto
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Langenberg
see Klöstitz/Bessarabia
E
see Nikolajewka Nr. 75
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Tschantalaj
Tschapli
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tschapli
Tscharolek
Tschebanka
Tschebendowsk
Tschebertesch
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Tschechen
Tschechograd
Tschecholda Meneckij
Tschegeltaj
Tschekerejewka
Tschel Ketsch Eli
Tschelebi
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tschelebi Eli
Tschelebi Elli
Tschelebi-Elli (Neu Zuerichtal)
Tschelle
Tschemerlejewka
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Tschemtschelly
Tschenkur Hait
Tscherbakowka
Tscherbanka
Tscherebajewo
Tscheremoschnja
Tscherjewka
Tscherkes
287
Bessarabia
North Siberia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volhynia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Neusatz
see Askanija Nowa
see Nowa Askania/Nikolajew
see Tschurelek
see Rosental/Odessa
K
E
Ku-Adajewka
see Kitai
Wolost Eugenfeld/
Post Akimow
Eugenfeld
1869
see Tschechograd
aka Tschechen
E
Ewpatorija
Post Kodshanbak
see Tschukrejewka
Post Kertsch
see Rosalienfled
Kertsch
aka Neu Zuerichtal/Post
Zuerichtal
aka Neu Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
Zuerichatal
Zuerichtal
Simpferopol
Nikolajew
Akkermann
Omsk
Neusatz
Post Spat
Eigenheim (1905)/
Andrejewka (1939)
aka Cemcel I/Cemcel
Mare/Kamyschewka I;
population 454 in 1905 and
435 in 1939
K
1862
E
E
see Schoental
see Elsass/Odessa
Pulin
SlBlagoweschtschensk
Kodschamback
E
1912
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Shitomir
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Village Name
Tscherkes
Tscherkess
Tschernjackow
Tschernjajewka
Tschernjowka
Tscherno Osernoje
Tschernoborka
Tschernoglasowka
Tschernoglasowka
Tschernogorka
Tschernojarskoje
Tschernosubow
Tschernyj Kosch
Tscherwona Sirka
Tscheterechrjadnyj Numer
Tschetjesh
Tschetsche
Tschetsche
Tschibowka
Tschijkil
Tschiligider
Tschimischlia
Tschinki
Tschinky
Tschirik
Tschischewo
Tschistoje
Tschistopol
Tschistopol
Tschistopol, Chutor
Tschistopole
Tschistopole
288
Ukrainian Name
Region
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
North Siberia
North Siberia
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Ewpatorija
Eupatoria
1890
E
Sl-Snamenka
Slawgorod
North of Orenburg
1910
1912
1895
M
M
M
Parish
Neusatz
Djelal
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wolost Kodshanbak/Post
Koddshanbak
see Neuborn
see Helenental/Odessa
Aleksandrowsk
see Elisabetal
see Helenental/Odessa
Se-Pawlodar
Om-Ljubinsk
Feodosia
Post Itschki
see ClasseChutor
see Gnadenfeld
see Gruenfeld
Simpferopol
Simpferopol
M
1920
Post Bijuk Onlar
see Tiefenbach/Odessa
K
Feodosia
Akkermann
Kahul
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
1884
1901
E
E
E
E
Romanowka
1868
K
Se-Pawlodar
1912
E
Klöstitz
Leipzig
Djelal
Neusatz
aka Gighir/Gighir Amara;
population 224 in 1939;
extinct in 1995
aka Cimislia/Bessarabia
aka Zindler
Post Dshelal
see Falz-Fein
see Jacobsdorf/Odessa
see Reinfeld
aka Reinfeld
see Reinfeld
see Reinfeld
see Lichtfelde
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Tschistopolje
Tschistopolje
Tschkalow
North Siberia
Ufa
Orenburg
Tschobankuius
Tschobaschi
Tschokrak
Tschokrak
Tschokrakly Schoich Eli
Tschokul
Tschokul
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kaliakra
Tschokul
Tscholbaschi
Tscholbaschi (Neu Darmstad)
Tschombai
Tschondalai
Tschondalaj
Tschongron
Tschorelek
Tschornjy Kosch
Tschorolek
Tschubowka
Tschubowka
Tschudakowskij
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kertsch
Tschudowa
Tschukartscha
Tschukrejewka
Tschukrejewka
Novgorod
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
North Siberia
Om-Ljubinsk
Om-Ljubinsk
Tschukrow
Tschunajewka
Tschunajewka
Dobrudscha
North Siberia
North Siberia
Tutscha
Om-Ljubinsk
Om-Ljubinsk
289
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Reinfeld
see Reinfeld
see Orenburg
Dshankoi
Feodosia
Petrowsk
Totonai
Dshankoi
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Feodosia
Kertsch
1903
1883
E
1890
1890
E
Romanian name:
Ciobancuius
see Neu-Darmstadt
see Friedrichsfeld
see Gnadenheim
Post Dshankoj
Zuerichtal
Zuerichtal
Wolost Petrowsk /Post
Semikolodcy/Kreis Feodosija
see Neu Darmstadt
1883
1890
E
E
1892
M
1900
M
Hochheim
Djelal
Post Agaj
see Tschurelek
aka Johannesruh
Post Kertsch
see Freiland/Odessa
see Schöneweide/Odessa
Se-Predgornenskaja
E
1900
M
1857
gem.
1900
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Nowgorod
Germans lived on several
estates near Tschudowa
see Neusatz
Romanian name: Ciucurova
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Tschunajewo
Tschurelek
Tschurumsai
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Tschuschowo
Tschutcha (Annenfeld)
Tschutscha
Tschutscha
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Tshile
Tubei
Tucholka
Tuczapy
Tugunchi
Tulat
Tulsa
Tultscha
Tunsu
Turasch
Turasch
Turhaj
Turka
Turkestan
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Dobrudscha
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Galicia
Turlaki
Turowerowka
Turschunaj
Tuslu Scheich Eli
Tustanowice
Tusta-Scheich-Elly
Tuszow Kolonia
290
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Orlow
Kertsch
Ak-Atbasar
1892
E
Zuerichtal
population 45 in 1919 and 71
in 1926
Petrowerowsk
Ak-Scheich
see Annenfeld
see Annenfeld
Skole
Jaworow
Simpferopol
Beresan
Tultscha
K
E
1842
Eupatoria
Ewpatorija
Kolomea
Felizienthal
Hartfeld
Romanian name: Tulcea
Hochheim Khutors
gem.
K
German Leased Colonies of
Neusatz
Hochheim Khutors
aka Neu Tucholk a
Records started 1809
Hochheim Khutors
Post Spat
Simpferopol
Post Agaj
see Nadjeshdjenskij
1931
K
Turka
see Aulie Alta
Bessarabia
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Akkermann
1902
E
E
Andrejewka
Rynowka
E
Brigidau
E
Hohenbach/Reichsh
eim
aka Turlachi and zu Belgorod
Dniestrowskij; romanian
village with German settlers
Baba-Jurt
see Rappheim
Drohobycz
Zurichtal Leased Colonies
Mielec
1783
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Buchenhein
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Tuszow Kolonia
Tutschin
Tutschkino
Galicia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Mielec
Tuzla
Tuzlu Scheich Eli
Bessarabia
Crimea/Taurida
Akkermann
Ucheveli-Orka
Udalnyj
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Udatscha Chutor
Udelenskaja
Udrak
Ufa
Founded
1783
Religion
Parish
K
Jaslany &Tuszow
Narodowy
E
Neu-Posttal
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Buchenhein
Om-Borodinowsk
aka Tusly; romanian village
with German settlers
aka Totsheim
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Slawgorod
E
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Ufa
Ufa
Beresan
E
Worms/Johannestal
Ufa
1894
Ugartsberg
Ugartsthal
Uglowoje
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Drohobycz
Kalusz
1785
1785
R
E
Josefsberg
Ugartsthal
Uhersko
Ukrakowka
Ula Ely
Ulan Eli
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Stryj
E
Gelsendorf
E
Djelal
Ulan Eli
Ulanow
Ulashanowka
Ulendikulj
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Volhynia
North Siberia
Ewpatorija
Nisko
K
Neusatz
Raclawice
Uliczno
Uljanow
Uljanowka
Uljanowka
Galicia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Drohobycz
Fedorowka
Beresan
Nikolajew
291
Village History
Donuslaw
Eupatoria
1889
population 23 in 1905
see Kronsfeld
see Berjesowka
Records started 1791; aka
Wypuczki
Records started 1785
see Gnadenfeld
After 1898, parish was Stryj
see Altonau
Wolost Donuzlaw /Post
Ewpatorija
see Laschanowka
Om-Issyl-Kulj
E
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Brigidau
Records started 1786; aka
Ulyczno
aka Sesonowka/Odessa
see Sezonowka/Nikolajew
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Village Name
Uljanowka
Uljanowka
Uljanowka
Uln Tschorkrak
Ulrich
Ukrainian Name
Region
Volhynia
Volhynia
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Marchlewsk
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Zaporoshje
Simpferopol
Om-Ljubinsk
Ulrichstal
Ulyczno
Umet
Umet
Ungu?
Ungut
Ungut
Ungut
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Unter Albota
Unter Grigorjewka
Bessarabia
Ufa
Unterbach
Unterbergen
Unterdorf
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
Unterwalden
292
District
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Taras Schewtschenko/
Jewgeniewka
Donuslaw
Eupatoria
Feodosia
Founded
Religion
E
E
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
Rayon Pologi/Post
Feodorowska
Post Spat
1857
E
Neu Freudental
1888
1888
E
Djelal
aka Bugajewka/Buhajowka;
by river Bolschoi-Kujalnik,
founding families from
Grossliebental Gebiet;
ownership colony;
population 65 in 1904 and 91
in 1919
see Uliczno
see Ilowlinskyj
see Rosenberg
see Deutsch Ungut
Kahul
Kasantschin
Neu Sandez
Lemberg
Kamenka
Przemyslany
1919
1894
1783
1785
1852
1784
E
E
E
E
E
1852
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Albota
Stadlo
Lamberg
Lemberg
aka Albota de jos, 181
families in 1939
aka Podritz, Podrzecze,
Podrycze --- Records
started 1787
Records started 1778
aka Weslowa
Records started 1778; after
1884, parish was
Unterwalden
see Karaman
see Meinhard
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Uralsk
Uran, Chutor
Urans
Urbach
Urbach
Urbach Station
Urick
Volga
Orenburg
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
St. Petersburg
Uritzk
Urta Tau
Urtschkin Tarchan
Urtschuk
Urtschuk
Urtschuk
Usatowo
Usatschewskij
Usatschinskaja Huta
Usbeck
Usbeck Nemeckij
Uscheweli Orka
St. Petersburg
Ufa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
North Siberia
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Uschitschno
Ushimir
Usmorje
Uspenka
Ussilje Telmann
Ust Grjasnucha
Ust Karaman
Ust Kulanlinka
Ust Solicha
Ustenbach
Ust-Grjasnucha
Ustinowo
Ust-Karaman
Ust-Kulalinka
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Ufa
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
293
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Alexanderhoeh
North of Orenburg
Marxstadt
Mariental
Mariental
Mariental
M
1909
1767
1909
zu Schaffhausen
aka Station
aka Lipow-Kut or Lipovkut
K
K
K
see Uritzk
1894
Eupatoria
Kokai
Ewpatorija
Om-Sosnowka
Radomysl
Eupatoria
1910
1910
E
M
Strelna
E
Djelal
Post Kokej and Ewpatorija
see Eckheim
1895
E
E
Djelal
see Deutsch Uzbek
Post Dshankoj
Bogemka
Baraschi
Andagulowo
aka Urick; Russian city with
Germans
E
1894
Heimthal
aka Ussitschno; defunct
after 1914
see Uschimir
M
see
see
see
see
Jekaterinodar
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Goebel
Enders
Galka
Messer
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Village Name
Ustrzyki Dolne
Ust-Solincha
Usum Sakal
Usum Sakal
Usum Sakal Dshankoj
Ukrainian Name
Region
Galicia
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
District
Lisko
Galicia
Galicia
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
North Caucasus
Ufa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Crimea/Taurida
Przemyslany
Utscheweli Orka
Utscheweli-Okra
Utschkuja
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Dshankoi
Tschurtschi
Feodosia
Utsh-Kuyu-Tarchan
Uwarowka
Uzowoje
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Emiltschin
Vaatz Chutor
Vaatz Chutor
Vaatz Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
Odessa Beresan
Beresan
Vaatz Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Beresan
294
Religion
E
Parish
Bandrow
E
Lemberg
E
Dawlekanowo
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Records started 1788
see Karlsruhe
Post Kolaj
Post Dshankoj
Dshankoi
Uszkowice Kolonia
Uszkowitz
Utkina Zawod
Utkino
Utljuk
Utrennjaja Dolina
Utro
Utsch. Muskatul
Utschastok 37
Utscheweli Orka
Vaatz Chutor
Vaedeni
Founded
After 1884, parish was
Unterwladen, aka
Josefsthal, Uszkowitz
see Uszkowice Kolonia
see Utkina
aka Utkine; Besborodkino
see Kaisertal
see Morgental
1894
see Ebental
Om-Moskalenki
Dshankoi
1889/91
E
Djelal
Hochheim
Wolost Dshurtschi/Post
Djurmen
1891
Post Itschki
Estonian Colonies of Samruk
E
Emiltschin
see Rueckenau
Veserfeld
E
aka Faserfeld?; north by Ort
Brusholjubowka
north by Ort Karlowka
north by Ort Marinowka
north by Ort Schtschasliwoje
north between the cities of
Wradijewka and
Konstantinowka
see Tamur/Bessarabia
Kherson/Odessa
Bessarabia
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Valea Norocului
Valea Nucilor
Valea Trandafirilor
Valerianowka
Valerino
Veiten
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Bessarabia
Volhynia
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Vesserfeld
Vetter, Chutor
Viktorfeld
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Glückstal/Bessarabia
see Nußtal/Bessarabia
see Rosental/Bessarabia
see Dewjatikowo
E
Wolotschinsk
Okrug Zaporoshje/
Rayon Nowo
Nikolajewka/ Kreis
Aleksandrowsk
Petropawlowsk
Saliwnoje
Viktorfeld
Viktorfeld
Viktorowka
Vinzentowka
Vogstdorf
Vogt Chutor
Volga Region
Volhynian Area
Vollmer Lugowoj
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volmer
Volnianka
Voroshilovsk
Vosnesensk
Waal
Volga
Volhynia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Frank
Wachendorf
Wacht
Wagner Chutor
Galicia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Wagner Chutor
Wagner Chutor
Ufa
Bessarabia
295
Founded
Bochnia
Beresan
1878
S
E
1895
E
E
1785
E
aka Faserfeld - see Vaatz
Chutor/Odessa
extinct after 1918
Rynowka
Prischib
see Viktorowka/Wiktorowka
aka Viktorfeld
Neu Gawlow
Volga
aka Wojtowstwo
see Volmer
1766
aka Vollmer Lugowoj,
Kopenka, Kopjonka
K
see Stavropol
Beresan
Abrajewo
1894
M
Limanowa
Lysanderhoeh
1783
E
Nowosjelowka
Akkermann
1906
Stadlo
After 1805, parish was Neu
Sandez , aka Strzeszyce
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Eigenfeld
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Village Name
Wagnerfeld
Wahl
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Don Gebiet
Ufa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
Glückstal
Baraschi
Grodek Jagiellonski
Waldeck
Waldenfeld
Waldheim
Waldheim
Waldheim
Waldheim
Jekaterinoslaw
Volga
Don Gebiet
Georgia
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Golicinowka
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volhynia
Religion
1890
K
Baschkitschet
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1805
1885
1929
1911
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Gruental
Kassel
Heimthal
Hartfeld
Kreis Tiraspol; leased
colony; population 28 in
1905
defunct after 1 914
Records started 1788
aka Ljesowka
1836
M
M
E
M
E
E
Nowosjelowka
Waldorf
Walentinowka
Wall, Chutor
North Siberia
North Siberia
Zaporoshje
Ku-Adajewsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Wall, Chutor
Ufa
Nowosjelowka
1906
Walldorf
Crimea/Taurida
Prischib
1808
K
Walter
Volga
Frank
1767
E,K
296
Village History
aka Lesowka/Post Selidowo
1911
Gnadenfeld
Jarun
E
E
E
M
Ufa
Waldheim Nr. 8
Parish
see Waal
Wakarski Chutor
Waldau
Walddorf
Waldeck
Waldheim
Waldheim
Waldheim
Founded
1906
E
Baschkitschety
aka Omarschen
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Shitomir
aka Lesnoje, Polscha/Okrug
Melitopol/Rayon
Molotschansk/Kreis
Berdjansk
aka Soljanka
aka Lesnaja
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region, aka
Alexejewka
Rayon and Post Nowo
Nikolajewka
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Podgorje/Kreis
Melitopol
aka Gretschinnaja Luka, or
Gretshinaya Luka
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
1861
1900
M
Walter, Chutor
Walujewka
Wanderloo Nr. 1
Wanner Chutor
Wannowskoje
Wardane
North Caucasus
Volga
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Caucasus
Warenburg
Warenburg
Warowsk
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Om-Sosnowka
Kukkus
Roswaschewsk
1894
1767
Warschinski
Warschinskij
Wartburg
Warwarowka
Warwarowka
Warwarowka
Kazakhstan
North Siberia
North Caucasus
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Akjubinsk
Aktjubinsk
1910
1911
1920
Warwarowka
Warwarowka
Wasiljewka
Wasiljewka
Wasiljewka
Wasserau
Wassereich
Wassereich (Novi Keerleut)
Wasserreich
Wasserreich
Wasserreich
Wasserreich
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Kharkow
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Orenburg
Crimea/Taurida
Wasserreich Nr. 18
Don Gebiet
297
Seelmann
Chasaw-Jurt
Beresan
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Domanewka
see Eigenfeld
E
E
E
aka Priwalnoje, Siminop,
settled by Volga Germans.
aka Priwalnoje
Radomysl
Settled by colonists from the
Volga and Black Sea regions
aka Marianowka
K
see Barbarafeld
Tarasowka
Nikolaipol
1869
aka Franzfeld
M
aka Chutor Amboni/Post
Drushkowka
Gorodniza
Barwenkowo
1890
Prischib
Andrejewka
Andrejewka
Alexandrowka
1807
1883
1883
1872
E
Emiltschin
Charkow
Post Barwenkowo
see Bescheran
see Basel
E
aka Novi Keerleut
E
see Wodjannoje
North of Orenburg
M
aka Karleut
1870
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Rosenfeld
aka Krassnopolje, Rote
Kolonie
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Wassertal
Wassiljewka
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Wassiljewka
Wassiljewka
Wassiljewka
Wassiljewskoje
Wassilkowo
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Waterloo
Wazlawpol
Wazlawpole Widerno
Wedernoje
Weidemann
Weiden
Weidenbach
Weidenberg
Weidental
Weigand
Weigel Chutor
Weiler Gorki
Weinau
Weinbaender, Chutor
Weinberg
Weinbergen
298
Stavky
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Orenburg
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Volga
Bessarabia
St. Petersburg
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Galicia
District
Beresan/ Isajewsk
Founded
1897
1890
Religion
K/E
M
Parish
Village History
München
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
K
Sewerinowka
Kutschurgan
Se-Pawlodar
K
E
Sewerinowka
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka
Michailowka/Sjepucha/Slepu
cha Chutor; population 212
in 1919 and 217 in 1926
see Andreasdorf/Odessa
1912
see Schönfeld
Beresan/Landau now
Veselynove, Mykolaiv,
Russian Empire
(Ukraine)
Pulin
1819
E
E
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/w
Worms/Johannestal aterloo.txt
Heimthal
80 houses in 1859;
population 375 in 1848 and
808 in 1919
aka Wazlawpole- Widerno
see Wazlawpol
see Widerno
Beresan
see Baden Chutor/Odessa
South of Orenburg
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
E
1908
1912
Akkermann
Prischib
Omsk
Lemberg
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
1804
1881
1785
K
E
Rosenfeld
E
Andrejewka
E
E
S
E
Ostheim
Lemberg
Revised 16 Feb 2012
aka Nowo Nikolajewka; only
carried the name until 19411944
aka Werbowka
see Norka
aka Veigel Gut
see Kamenka
aka Ljapina
Records started 1778
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Roemmich
Chutor/Bessarabia
Weingut
Weinhardt
Weisendorf
Weisental
Weiss Chutor
Weissenberg
Weisser Bart
Weisser Hund
Bessarabia
Volga
Georgia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Weizendorf
Weizenfeld
Weizenfeld
Weldenfeld
Weldzirz
Weldzirz
Welidarowka
Welikoknjasheskoje
Welter Chutor
Welzenfeld
Weneges
Werba
Werbljudogorsk
Don Gebiet
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Radionowo
Kanowskij
Mariental
Werborjus
Werbowka
Werbowka
Werbowka
Werbowka
Werbowka Nr. 5
Werbowo
Werbowskaja
Werbruss
Werchinka
Werchnaja Grjasnucha
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Feodosia
299
Founded
Elisabethal
1852
Hoffnungstal
Grodek Jagiellonski
1788
E
K
Weissenberg
see Ak-Sakal
see Ak-Kobeck
1890
1864
1849
Dolina
Dolina
K
aka Grosswerder,
Ekaterinowka
E
Nachoi
E
K
Newinnomyskaja
1864
Mariental
1849
Ugartsthal
Weldzirz
see Felsenburg/Nikolajew
aka Wohldemfuerst
Wesselyj Kut
aka Nachoi
see Nikolaifeld
see Baden Chutor/Odessa
E
K
Saliwnoje/Zaliwnoje
Zuerichtal
1882
E
Records started 1784
aka Werebruss/Khreis
Feodosija
see Weidental
aka Alexanderkron
Radomysl
E
Krassnopol
1869
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Neu-Grekowo
aka Blumenheim
see Neu-Zuerichtal
Kautz
see Kraft
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Werchnaja Kulalinka
Werchnjaja Dobrinka
Werchnje Korbusch
Werchowe
Werchowje
Werebruss
Werebruss
Werendorf
Werner
Werner, Chutor
Wernersdorf
Wernoje
Werowka
Volga
Volga
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volga
Don Gebiet
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Werowka
Werschinka
Werschinowka
Werschnica
Wertheim
Wertheim
Weseloje
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Weseloje
Weselowka
Weselyj Gaj
Wesental
Wesirka
Weslowa
Wessel, Chutor
Wesselyj Kut
Wessiolyj poselok
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
St. Petersburg
Wessjoloje Chutor
Westheim
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
300
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Holstein
see Dreispitz
Om-Sosnowka
see Seewald
Pulin
Fedorowka
Halbstadt
E
1824
Heimthal
Defunct after 1918
E
M
Gorodniza
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
K
Straßburg
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Kullar-Kiptschak
Zurichtal
see Werborjus
aka Alexandrowka
see Worms/Odessa
aka Wjerowka
chutor or railway station
see Kauz
see Hohenfeld
see Kullar Kiptschak
see Eigenfeld
see Wessjoloje
Chutor/Odessa
see Gruental
E
Charzisk
see
see
see
see
K
Dshankoi
1880
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Worms/Johannestal
Mamut
Unterdorf
Samotajewo
Michelstal/Odessa
Froehliche Kolonie
population 105 in 1905
aka Kullar-Kiptschak
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Westheim
Wickerau
Wickerau
Widerno
Wiebe
Wiens
Crimea/Taurida
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Crimea/Taurida
North Siberia
Wierczany
Wiesenberg
Wiesenberg
Wiesendorf
Wiesendorf
Wiesendorf
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
South Caucaus
Volhynia
Wiesenfeld
Wiesenfeld
Wiesenfeld
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
South Caucaus
Wiesengrund
Wiesengrund
Wiesenheim
Wiesenmueller
Wiesenmuller
Wiesenseite
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Wiesental
Wiesental
Wiesental
Wiesental
Wiesental
Wikentjewskij
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volhynia
North Siberia
301
District
Founded
Religion
Aleksandronewsk
Grunau
Pulin
Simpferopol
Om-Ljubinsk
Stryj
Drohobycz
Zolkiew
Neu Sandez
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Kullar Kuptschak/Post
Prischib
aka Kurzecowka
see Kusnezowka
aka Wedernoje
Post Suja
M
1788
1783
1921
Marchlewsk
Bulogowskaja/
Bulochorwsk
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Parish
1880
1921
E
K
K
K
E
E
M
M
E
Gelsendorf
Rychcice
Wiesenberg
Laczko
Assureti
Shitomir
After 1898, parish was Stryj.
records started 1809
aka Mierzwica
aka Laczki, Lac zko
aka Marabental
aka Wikentowo
aka Kornejewka/ Rayon
Magdalinowsk/Post
Otscheretowatoje and
Zajoewo
Assureti
aka Marabental
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/Neusatz
Gorjatschewodsk
1872
E
aka Lubino/Neu Neusatz;
population 68 in 1911 and
182 in 1941-1943
Seelmann
1860
E
see Merkel
aka Lugowskoje
Beresan/ Hoffnungstal
1924
E
aka Wladimirowka/Neu
Kaltscha?
see Straub
M
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Ku-Adajewsk
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Heimthal
aka Lugowaja
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
Wikentowo
Volhynia
Wikowa
Wiktorinka
Wiktorowka
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Jekaterinoslaw
Wiktorowka Nr. 4
Wilanowice
Wilcza Wola
Ufa
Galicia
Galicia
Wild, Chutor
Wildenthal
Wilhelmsau
Wilhelmsaue
Wilhelmsfeld
Wilhelmshoehe
Wilhelmstal
Wilhelmstal
Orenburg
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Crimea/Taurida
Kherson/Odessa
Wilhelmstal
Crimea/Taurida
Wilhelmstal (Adzhai-Kat)
Crimea/Taurida
302
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Wiesendorf
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
E
Heimthal
see Viktorfeld
Nowosjelowka
1906
Kolbuszowa
South of Orenburg
Kolbuszowa
K
1783
Glückstal
Settled by colonists from the
Molotschna region
see Wilmensau
E
E
K
E
Spie
Dzikowiec
Bergdorf
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
aka Dzikowiec
see Wilmensau
aka Desinerowa/Desiner
Chutor; leased colony;
population 50 on 1904
Hoffnungstal/
Perwomaisk/
Walegolezulewo
1898
E
Perwomaisk
Dshankoi
1880
E
Hochheim
aka Krassnyj Chutor;
population 50 in 1911 and
1914
see Dowsunskoje
aka Adschai-Kat
Worms
/Johannestal
aka Wassiljewka; founding
families from Grossliebental
& Neuburg/Odessa villages;
divided village; population
293/484 in 1905 and 735 in
1941-1943
Hochheim
aka Adahaj Kat/ Wolost
Bogemka/Kreis
Perekop/Post Suja and
Dshankoj
Nikolajew/TiliguloBeresan/
Alexanderfeld
1870
E/K
Dshankoi
German Colonies of
Hochheim
Revised 16 Feb 2012
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Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Wilhelmswalde
Volhynia
Wilmesau
Galicia
Biala
E
Biala
aka Wilhelmsau; Wilanowice
Wilmesau
Galicia
Biala
K
Wilnowice
aka Wilhelmsau; Wilanowice
Wincentowka
Wincentowka
Windhag
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kolomea
Kolomea
Beresan
R
K
K
Kolomea-Baginsberg
Mariahilf-Kollomea
aka Kolomea-Wincentowka
aka Kolomea-Wincentowka
aka Kiewo-Alexandrowka
Windmuehle
Winkelmann
Winniki
Winniki
Wino
Wischenka
Galicia
Volga
Galicia
Galicia
North Siberia
Radziechow
Marxstadt
Lemberg
Lemberg
Om-Ljubinsk
Wischerka
Novgorod
Wischina
Wischina
Wischnewataja
Wischnewataja
Wischniakowka
Wischniowka
Wischnjewataja
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Wisental
Wisental
Wisental
Wiskelmann
Wissenfeld
Wissenheim
303
see Staritzkoje
1922
1806
1767
E
E,K
E
K
Josefow
Lemberg
Winniki
aka Szczyglowka, records
started 1806
Susannental
Records started 1778
Hutterite Colony
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Volga
Volga
Volga
1925
E
Nowgorod
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Malojescht
K
E
Straßburg
1896
Wolodarsk
Kahul
Alexandronjewsk
1906
1823
E
E
E
Heimthal
Neu-Sarata
Kutschurgan/ DNR Fr.
Engels
Beresan
Uschomir
Marxstadt
Kamenka
1887
K
1767
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Elsaß
Settled by emigrants from
Nikolai Kolonie
chutor or railway station
population 240 in 1914
see Neu-Kirschwald
see Kirschwald
population 881 in 1939
aka Kirschwald
aka
Brilowka/Briniwka/Brinnowk
a; population 80 in 1904 and
114 in 1919
aka Alt Kaltscha
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Village Name
Wistowa Kolonja
Witaschewskoje
Wittenberg
Wittmann
Wittmanskij Ochsengraben
Wjanky
Wjasenskoje
Wjasewka
Wjasowez
Wjasowka
Wjerowka
Wjunischtsche
Wladimir
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimirowka
Wladimivowka
Wladin
Wladirimowka
Wlasowo
Wlassowka
Wodina Chutor
304
Ukrainian Name
Region
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Malpyaroslavets Pervyy Bessarabia
Volga
Volga
Don Gebiet
Volga
Crimea/Taurida
Volhynia
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Volga
Bessarabia
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
St. Petersburg
Volga
Volhynia
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
District
Founded
Kalusz
Religion
K
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Kalusz
see Neuhof Chutor/Odessa
Akkermann
Marxstadt
Jefrem Stepan.
1814/1815
1767
E
K
1909
E
M
Pulin
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
E
aka Malo Jaroslawetz I/Malu
Mare/Perwyj
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f Malojaroslawetz; 123 houses
Tarutino (1904) and collections/history/link/wi orums/viewtopic.php? in 1859; population 1,074 in
ttenbg.txt
f=15&t=62
Alt-Posttal (1939)
1858 and 1,451 in 1939
aka Solothurn, Solotoje
see Ochsengraben
Rynowka
see Oktjaberskij
see Muensterberg
Heimthal
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Hoffmann
Chutor/Bessarabia
see Kronsweide
see Wiesental/Odessa
see Neuburg/Odessa
1924
E
1912
E
E
M
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Pulin
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Tarasowka
To-Lokotj
Nikolajew/Kassel
E
Rynowka
E
Kassel
Se-Pawlodar
Gorodniza
Baraschi
see Werowka
aka Junischtsche
Russian city with Germans
see Rabotschij
defunct after 1914
see Neuburg
see Gnadenfeld
Revised 16 Feb 2012
population 26 in 1905
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Wodjanaja
Wodjanaja
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
Bolsch.-Krepinsk
Bulochowsk
Wodjanaja
Wodjanaja
Wodjanaja
Wodjanaja
Wodjannaja
Wodjannoje
Wodjanoi Bujerak
Wodjanoi-Bujerak
Woge Chutor
Wohldemfuerst
Woinitschi
Woinskaja Potschta
Wojtowstwo
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Rudajewka
1893
E
Bulagowka
Om-Issyl-Kulj
1892
M
E
Wola Oblaznicka
Wola Ranizowska
Wolcze
Wolf
Wolf, Chutor
Wolf, Chutor
Wolica
Woljanowa
Woljskoje
Woljtschi
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
North Siberia
North Siberia
Galicia
Don Gebiet
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Zydaczow
Kolbuszowa
Turka
Pallasowka
Omsk
Wolka Suszanska
Wolkoff
Wolkow Chutor
Wolkowo
Wolkowo
Wolkowo
Wolkowo
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Radziechow
305
Parish
Josephstal
Ak-Prowyschlennaja
Beresan
Jewgenjewka
1805
1909
K
E
K
Remarks
Post Zajcewo
aka Wasserreich
see Stephan
see
see
see
see
see
Machliniec &
Kochawina
Ranischau
Turka
Seefeld/Odessa
Welikoknjasheskoje
Hildesheim/Odessa
Post/Odessa
Vogstdorf
aka Dresseldorf, Oblaznicka
Records started 1782
see Fuhrmann
see Obersdorf
see Steinbruch
Settled by Volga Germans
see Klein Glückstal/Odessa
E
E
Josefow
K
K
München
1872
1898
K
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Village
Profile/Info.
aka Rempelfeld /Post
Lozowaja
see Gnadental
see Katarinenhof
see Schoenhorst
E
1868
Village History
aka Wulka Suszanska,
records started 1806
see Neu Liebental/Odessa
see Neu Liebental/Odessa
see Eigenfeld/Odessa
Eigenfeld und N euliebental
Seefeld Wogechutor
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
St. Petersburg
Volga
Wolkowo
Wolkowo
Wolkowo Chutor
Wolkowo Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Wolodjewka
Kherson/Odessa
Wolontirowka
Woloska Wies
Woloska Wies
Wolskoje
Woltschanowka
Woltschanowo Woltschij
Woltschi
Woltschij
Woltschij Rakit
Wolwachowka
Wolynka
Wolynskoje
Wooth
Bessarabia
Galicia
Galicia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Volhynia
Ufa
North Siberia
North Siberia
Worms
Wornoj
Worobjewka
Woronij Ostrow
Woronow
306
District
Vynohradne
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Kherson/Odessa
Novgorod
Ufa
Founded
1892
Religion
1898
E
Nikolajew/Berislaw/
Trubetzkoje
1904
M
Akkermann
Dolina
Dolina
E
K
E
Nikolajew
K
Beresan/ Rohrbach
now Berezivka,
Odesa, Russian
Empire (Ukraine)
1894
K
E
E
1809
E
1925
1894
E
M
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
Settled by emigrants from
Neu-Saratowka, Kolpino,
Kamenka
see Schaffhausen
E
Petrowka
Beresan
Sl-Nowo-Alexejewsk
Pulin
Sterlitamak
Ak-Promyschlennaja
Om-Issyl-Kulj
Parish
Okrug Odessa/Rayon
Isajewsk/Post Isajewo,
Kornejewo and Berezowka
see Seefeld/Odessa
leased land
Andrejewka
Bolechow
Gelsendorf
aka Volintiri, romanian
village with German settlers
Records started 1809
see Kukkus
see Neu Glückstal/Odessa
see Klein Glückstal/Odessa
a few km SW of Nikolajew
aka Woltschy
Shitomir
aka Wernoje/Winogradnoje;
http://www.odessa3.org/ http://blackseagr.org/f 136 houses in 1859;
collections/history/link/w orums/viewtopic.php? population 524 in 1825 and
f=15&t=81
Worms/Johannestal orms.txt
1,689 in 1919
see Marienfeld
see Neu Berlin/Odessa
Nowgorod
Settled by emigrants from
Nikolai Kolonie
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Village Name
Woronzowka
Woroschilow
Woskressenskij
Wosloko
Wosnesenka
Wosroschdenije
Wotsche
Wuest Chutor
Wulka Selenizkaja
Wulka Suszanska
Wulka Tanewska
Wurster Chutor
Wydumka
Wydumka
Wygoda
Wygoda
Wygoda
Wygoda
Wypuczki
Wyrub
Wyrvpaejewka
Wyschina
Wyschina
Wyschkowka
Wysokaja
Wysokoje
Wysokoje
Wysokopolje
Wysokopolje
Wysokopolje
Wyssokije Griwy
Xenofontowa
Yalta
307
Ukrainian Name
Region
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Kherson/Odessa
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Galicia
Volhynia
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Volhynia
Don Gebiet
Jekaterinoslaw
North Siberia
Don Gebiet
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
North Siberia
Novgorod
Crimea/Taurida
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Michaelstal
see Neu Rohrbach/Odessa
Ku-Adamowsk
K
see Wilhelmstal/Odessa
Krasny-Kut
Beresan
E
K
Sulz
Baraschi
E
Heimthal
Grossliebental
Pulin
Belaja Cerkow
Dolina
Dolina
E
Shitomir
Gelsendorf
Weldzirz
Nowograd-Wolynsk
E
K
E
E
Pulin
E
Heimthal
E
Oknjanski
E
Nowograd-Wolynsk
1876
aka Wulka
see Wolka Suszanska
see Tanefsau
on the border with Lustdorf,
gardner Karl Wurster bought
in 1848
aka Widumka
Records started 1809
See Friedenheim/Odessa
Nowograd-Wolynsk
see Ugartsberg
1896
Nowograd-Wolynsk
Slawgorod
Newinnomyskaja
Sl-Snamenka
see Hochfeld
see Hubenfeld
Settled by Volga Germans
see Fidlerowo
see Kronau/Nikolajew
E
E
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
see Hermannstal/Odessa
see Mariental/Nikolajew
Nowgorod
Settled by Volga Germans
aka Ksenofontowa
Neusatz
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Yussovo
Jekaterinoslaw
Mariupol
Yussovo
Zabarskij Schljach
Zabawa
Zablocie
Zablocie
Zabnica Kolonia
Zagornoje
Zagorzyn
Zakla
Zaklau
Zaleszczki Stare
Zaleszczyki Male
Zalubience
Zamanowka
Zamarstynow
Zametowa
Jekaterinoslaw
Volhynia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Mariupol (aka Stalino)
Pulin
Radziechow
Saybusch
Saybusch
Saybusch
Zaregol
Zarekwitsch
Zarekwitsch
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Crimea/Taurida
Kurman-Kemeltschi
Alexandrowka
Zariewka Chutor
Zarskoje
Kherson/Odessa
Jekaterinoslaw
Nikolajew
Romanowka
Zarskoje Selo
Zatoka
Zaumorie
Zaumorje
Zaundorf
St. Petersburg
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Galicia
Neu Sandez
Zawadka
Galicia
Zawadow
Galicia
308
Founded
Religion
Parish
1788
E
E
E
K
K
Heimthal
Josefow
Biala
Saybusch
Milowka
Neu Sandez
Dolina
1788
1825
K
K
Laczko
Weldzirz
Zaleszczyki
Buczacz
Neu Sandez
1750
E
K
K
Zaleszczyki
Jazlowiec
Neu Sandez
1797
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Sabarski Schljach
Records started in 1806
see Blumenfeld
Lemberg
E/K
1863
1863
1823
K
Lemberg
Simpferopol
aka Zaklau
see Zakla
Records started 1766
see Neu Beresina/Odessa
Records started 1778
see Konteniusfeld
see Friedensdorf/Nikolajew
aka Deutsche aus Boehmen
see Schardt
Chutor/Nikolajew
aka Kaisersdorf
K
E
Zarskoje Selo
(1811)
aka Puschkin; Russian city
with Germans
see Ottenhausen
see Bangert
K
Podegrodzie
aka Podegrodzie
Neu Sandez
E
Stadlo
After 1805, parish was Neu
Sandez
Stryj
E
Gelsendorf
After 1898, parish was Stryj
1788
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Region
District
Founded
Religion
Parish
Zawetnoje
Don Gebiet
Zawetnoje
Zbaniow
Galicia
Zolkiew
1828
K
Kamionka
Strumilowa
Zbikowice
Zbikowitz
Zboiska
Zbora Kolonja
Zebrikowo
Zehnerdorf
Zeldec
Zelenopole
Zelinograd
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Crimea/Taurida
Galicia
Jekaterinoslaw
Siberia
Neu Sandez
1783
E
Stadlo
Sokal
Kalusz
1836
1870
E
E
Josefow
Ugartsthal
Zeljenopolje
Zengler Chutor
Kherson/Odessa
Ufa
Zenseren
Bessarabia
Zentner Chutor
Zeprink Chutor
Zhitomir
Zibuljewka
Kherson/Odessa
North Caucasus
Volhynia
Kherson/Odessa
Ziebert
Ziegendorf
Zillekowa
Zillinka
Ziminowka
Zimmermann Chutor
Zimmertal
Zimna Woda
Zimna Woda
Zimna Wodka
309
Orenburg
Galicia
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
North Siberia
Galicia
Galicia
Galicia
Zolkiew
E
Lemberg
Village History
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
aka Stanislawowka
After 1805, parish was Neu
Sandez --- aka Zbikowitz
see Zbikowice
see Hoffnungstal.Odessa
see Neu-Dschankoi
Records started 1778
see Gruenfeld
see Akomlinsk
see Eigenheim
Chutor/Nikolajew
1894
see NowoNikilajewka/Bessarabua
Grossliebental/
Komintern DNR
1897
Kremidowo
K
see Shitomir
see Neu Gluckstal
South of Orenburg
E
Beresan
Slawgorod
Lemberg
Lemberg
Lemberg
K
E
K
E
Revised 16 Feb 2012
Settled 1890-1895 by
colonists from Bessarabia
and Odessa
see Koziarnia
see Friedensfeld/Odessa
see Friedenfeld/Odessa
see Neu Beresina/Odessa
in NW Otschakow
Lemberg
Zimna Woda
Lemberg
Records started 1778
Records started 1778
German-Russian Village List
Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
Religion: E = Evangelisch (aka Lutheran), K = Katholisch (aka Catholic), M = Mennonite, R = Reformed, S = Separatist (Some villages were a mixture of religions)
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Village Name
Ukrainian Name
Galicia
Crimea/Taurida
Zimna Wodka
Zindler
Galicia
North Caucasus
Kherson/Odessa
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Volga
Zlatna
Zolotarjewka
Zolotschewsk
Zolotschewsk
Zoltance
Zuerich
Zuerich
Zuerich
Zuerich
Zuerich
Zuerichskij Ochsengraben
Zuerichtal
Zug
Zukunft
Zürichtal
Zurzwki
Zweiundzwarziger Kolonie
Zwetjanska
Zwetnopolje
Zwezwig
Zwilska
Zwonajewka
Zywiec
Region
Zolote Pole
Crimea/Taurida
Volga
Volga
Kherson/Odessa
Galicia
St. Petersburg
Volhynia
North Siberia
Volga
Volhynia
Volga
Galicia
District
Founded
Lemberg
Religion
Parish
K
Zimna Woda
K
Saybusch &
Molowka
Village
Profile/Info.
Remarks
see Kotschalak
Saybusch
Prochladnaia
1860
Zolkiew
1767
E
E
see Otrada/Odessa
see Prochlada/Nikolajew
Records started 1778
Lemberg
see Eckardt
see Kuschum I &II
see Majanga
Unterwalden
E
see Ochsengraben
Feodosia
1805/88
1767
E
K
Most settlers came from
Switzerland, aka
Dshajlaw/Wolost and Post
Zuerichtal/Kreis Feodosija
see Gattung
Zuerichtal
Pallasowka
Nikolajew/Berislaw/
Seudenebycga
Bohorodczany
1923-1924
E/K
K
http://www.odessa3.org/
collections/history/link/zu
rich.txt
Slotwina
see Srednjaja Rogatka
see Blumental
see Blumenfeld
Kamenka
see Margaretowka
see Saybusch
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Copyright 1999, Dale Lee Wahl; Updated February 2012 by Gayla Aspenleiter
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Religion
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Village History
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