German-Russian  Bessarabian Colony of Borodino and Periojany  [Beriojan] Chutor Genealogy List. Remmick-Hubert Web Site.

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Judy A. Remmick-Hubert,

Webmistress of This Site

*Judy's Ancestors and Ancestral Family

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Borodino :  Before 1814 the Tater village was known as  Soak Creek, after the German emigrates settled in the village the name was changed to Alexander  and soon, thereafter, was  renamed Borodino after the famous Battle of Borodino the Russians fought against Napoleon.  It should not be confused with Borodino which is near Moscow and where the battle was fought.

Presently known as Borodino/Akkermann, Bessarabia, Ukraine [Southern Russia].  It can be found on a present day [2006] map.

Chutor of  Periojany = Beriojany = Beriojan=Beriojohn=Beriozhom:  This chutor [estate] was found near Borodino.

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 Borodino/Bess.History.Site - Index Page

abbrev   Explains the abreviations of place names plus the names of the villages, town, and cities in Germany and France  that are listed as being the Borodino / Bess. colonists' original homes before migr. to Russia.

Copyright  copyright sum:  Jan. 2001

Second Edition copyright sum1 Aug 2009

Third Edition copyright sum6 June 2010

Fourth Edition copyright sum13 April 2012

Fifth Edition copyright sum10   Dec 2013

Sixth Edition copyright sum5 March 2014

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This site has been created because a lot of hard working people in AHSGR, GRHS, GRHC, Dale Wahl, Harold Ehrman, Ruth Freeman and so many others.

WARNING:  Due to human errors in any project such as this one,  there may be errors in this data, therefore, always check the sources, which, in most cases, is given.

Place names

There are many place names abreviated and you can find the additional information here.  Examples:

Bess/ = Bessarabia

Od. = Odessa which is a district in the Province of Kherson (Cherson).

Wu.= Wuerttemberg which was a German state and is presently combined as Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.  I have a more detailed section on the German states, private estates and church lands. Alphabetical List of Dependencies of The Holy Roman Empire Before 1806 From"A" to "Zzz"

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A Adam, Adolph, Aichele, Akermann, Albrecht, Aldinger, Allerlei,  Allerley, Amendt, Anderson, Anhorn, Apelt, Appel, Apperlen, Arlt, Arndt, Artel , Auering
B Baelder, Baessler, Baeuerle, Bahnschwartz(?),  Baidinger,  Baisch, Balder, Bajaschinsky, Bammerike, Bandel, Banko, Banzegram, Barbat, Bartel, Barth, Baths,  Bauer, Baumann,  Baumbard, Baumbardt, Baumgaret, Baumgart,   Bech,  Beck,  Becker, Beglau, Beitinger, Bendewald, Bess, Betz, Bietz, Belling (?), Bender,  Bendevalt, Bendewald, Bendervald, Bendervalt, Benderwolt, Benz,  Berger, Bergstrasser, Bergstrazser, Berner, Berrath, Berreth, Berst, Beth, Beths, Betsch,  Betz, Beutel, Bez, Biest, Bibbus, Bindener, Binderwald, Bindebald, Binzinger, Bippus*, Birscht,  Birst, Bitter, Blakely, Blavatsky, Blind, Blumhardt, Boegner, Boes, Boczasky, Bodamer, Boech, Boettcher, Boger, Bohnet, Bohohahatz (?), Bohatozesky, Bollinger, Bolzhauser, Botjatschinsky, Bojatschenskye, Bojaschinsky, Bojasshuel(?), Bojasobindt, Bommereikye, Bommler, Borth, Born, Bornn(?), Bos, Boschatzke, Boschetzke, Boschalzkie, Boschutzke, Boshans [?Groshans] Bossert, Bottcher, Bottecher, Boty, Braun, Braunberger, Braunholz, Braunstein, Breitling, Brennesholz, Brenzel,  Brenner, Brettschneider, Bring, Broneske, Bronsch, Buerger, Buchfink, Buerst, Bruerst, Bruggert, Brughard, Brughardt, Burkard, Bundel(?), Burgermeister, Busch, Butz*, Buss, Bux, Buzz
C Carper, Cock
D Daag, Dade, Daede, Dalke, Damdein, Damlau, Dammel, Dappert, Daubert, Dauppert, Dashendorf, Deeg, Deering, Degen, Deissinger, Deisimger,  Demke, Demkye, Dest, Detz, Deuschle, Deuschle(?), Diehte, Diel, Diete, Dietrich, Dietsch, Dieterle, Dietterle, Dill, Doede, Doermann, Doetel [Doede]. Dolk (Dolke?), Dolke, Dolke, Domdei, Dote, Dothe, Dramnitzke, Drechsler, Dumdai, Dumday, Dummdei, Dummel
E Ebni, Eckert, Eder, Egler, Ehei, Ehmann, Ehni, Ehnne,,Ehny, Ehret, Eichelberg , Eichelberger, Eichelberk, Eirich, Eisele, Eisenmenger, Eley, Ellwein, Engel, Engelhard, Engelhardt, England, Eni, Ensnmenger, Enzminger, Erdmann, Erhardt, Erlenbusch, Esslinger, Eue
F Fabs [Tabs?], Fachne(?), Faelscher, Falkenberg, Falscher, Famke,  Fanrich, Fast, Fay, Fendel, Fendrich, Fercho, Fey, Fiedel, Filler, Fiess, Fink, Finkbeiner, Fischer, Fisher, Flath, Flegel, Flocker, Flodzen, Frannerich(?), Frantz, Fried, Fregen, Frender, Friedrich, Freier, Frisch, Fode, Forsch, Fragen, Frommerich, Frommrich, Fruck, Fueller, Fuchs, Fuller, Funk
G Gabert, Gaeckle,  Gackle, Gaiser, Gakcle, Gall, Garske, Gamke, Gantner, Ganzke, Garbo, Gast, Gaub, Gebbard, Gehrling, Gerber, Genzke, Gegle, Gerich, Gerisch, Gerstenberger, Geissler, Gentner, Getz, Geuszle, Giebhoff, Giell, Giehsler, Giessler, Ginszler, Glaser, Glockzaehne, Glaub, Glaubein, Gockzehne, Goensch, Goetz, Goeckle, Goerisch, Gohring, Goll, Golz, Gomko, Gonsch, Gother(?), Gothes, Gottschalk, Gotz, Gourlay, Grabatin, Grabau, Graboff, Grabow,  Graesle, Graff, Gras, Grassle, Graszle, Grill, Grochowalsky, Grohshans, Gross, Grossle, Grosshans, Groszhans, Gruen, Grueneich, Grun, Guetter, Guhse, Gumke, Gurcke, Guse, Gutkneicht, Gutter 
H Haarlose*, Haas, Haase, Haberer,  Hach, Haeger, Haerter, Haetterle,  Haertel, Hagedorn, Hagen, Hager*,  Hahn*, Haier, Haller, Hammel, Handel, Haputman, Hargstaster(?) [poss Bergstrasser], Harlass, Harlos, Harlose*, Harloss, Harmel, Harter, Hartmann, Hartze, Hass, Hauff, Haupt, Hauser, Hayer, Heberer, Hede, Hederley, Heforhes, Heger*, Hegner, Hehr, Heidsen, Heidt, Heier, Heihn, Heim, Hein*, Helfrecht, Henke*, Henning, Hentz, Henzel, Hepp, Herbst, Herr, Herter, Hertle, Herzge, Herzke, Herzker, Hess*, Hesz, Hetzel(?), Hettich, Heyn*, Hildebrand, Hildebrandt, Hiller, Himrich, Hindemitt, Hintz, Hipp, Hirschkorn, Hirkle, Hoefel, Hoeger*, Hoehn, Hoerter, Hoerth, Hoess, Hoffart, Hoffert, Hoffmann, Hoger, Hoier, Holdorf, Holstein, Holzhausen, Holzwarth, Hosel, Hoss, Hotz, Hoyer, Huberer, Huberle, Hubert, Huesel, Human, Humbert, Hummel, Hust
G Ihni, Ilgner, Isaak, Israel
J Jabs, Janke, Jaschner (?), Jelenick, Jeske, Jess, Jesse, Jesske, (von) Jethon, Joachim, Justowitz
K Kahno, Kaess, Kaiser, Kahler, Kalmbach, Kaldun, Kalisch, Kaltun, Kantner, Kappenstein, Kashler, Kasper, Kaszer, Kaufmann, Katz, Keck, Kehsler, Keinhardt, Kelsch, Kepp, Kern, Kessel, Kessler, Kekkule,  Kieson, Kinse, Kison,  Kisse, Kittler, Klaubein, Klaub, Klaubein(?), Klein, Kleinknecht, Klowatzky, Klotzbuecher, Knest, Knodel, Knoell, Knopp, Knoll, Koch, Koppenstein, Kottas,  Kottke, Kosel, Kosenko,  Kostes, Kraemer, Kraal, Kraleck, Krain, Krainenbring, Kranich,  Kraft, Krieger, Kron, Kronwald,  Kugert (?), Kube,  Kuck, Krueger, Kubier, Kuebler, Kuenkel, Kruger, Kuhn, Kunkel, Kunz, Kupier, Kuse
L Laib, Laiser, Lambrecht, Lang, Lange, Langjahr, Lasson(?), Lehmann, Leinz, Lepp, Libra, Liebert, Lindemann, Linz, Lobe, Loeffelbein, Lorenz, Lukas, Lutz, Lux, Luz
M M?___s, Mackle, Maeckle,  Maedche, Maedcher, Maehle, Maercher, Maerz, Maglowsky, Maier, Malke, Mallach, Malz, Matzenberger, Mange, Mangold, Mann, Mannin, Mansberger, Mardel, Martel, Matthis, Martsch, Mau, Mayer,  Meckle, Megle, Mehsinger, Meidinger, Melk, Meng, Menge, Messinger, Metz, Metzger*, Metzler, Meyer, Mickel, Mielke, Miller, Milk, Mix, Moessner, Moewes, Mossner, Moser, Motz, Motzzenberger, Mowes, Muckle, Mueller, Muessel, Muler, Muller, Mund, Mutschall, Mutzenberger 
N Naas, Naber, Nabor, Naffing, Nandt, Nannt,  Nant, Nantke, Nauer, Nauman, Nawer, Nawner,  Nebke, Nehr, Neher, Neitz, Nepke, Nepkye, Neppke,  Neppky, Neubauer, Nickel, Nidel, Nikkel, Nolkert, Nollheimer,  Nostas, Nuffert, Nussert [Nuffert]
O Obenauer, Obergefall, Obergefaell, Oberfefaell, Orlt, Ors, Ost, Oster, Oswald, Otterstaetter
P P---(?), Peschel, Petsch, Petroff, Pfeffer, Pfitzmaier, Pfitzmayer, Pluchrad, Pluofrath (?Pflugrad),  Pflugrad, Plugrath, Pippas, Pippus, Polzhausser, Pommerinke, Popp, Proppenauer, Popperink, Press, Prusechel, Pusschel
Q Quale(?), Quall, Quast, Quibler (?)
R Raab, Rack, Radach, Rader, Radziwill, Raeule,  Raigel, Raith, Rall, Rambach, Rambuch,  Rand, Rapp, Rappen,  Rast,  Rath (Raith), Rauch, , Raisser, Raith, Rebberger (Rehberger), Reddel (Rodel, Roedel*), Reddelbach, Regner Rehberger, Reich, Reichenberger, Reile, Reinhard, Reinhardt*, Reinhart, Reissen, Reisser, Remmick, (Roemmich Romich)* , Rempfer, Rempp, Renke (Renke  Renge, Rencke, )  Rensch, Renz, Rentz, Retzloff, Reule, Reuter, Richter, Riedel, Riedmueller, Riethmueller, Riogert (?), Rimp (Rempp),  Roedel*, Roeder, Roessler, Rode, Rodel*. Rohrbach, Rollsteiner, Rohrbach, Romming, Roppenstein [?Koppenstein], Rosel, Rosin, Rossin, Rossler, Rothfuss, Rothfusz,  Rothmann, Rothacker, Rottfusz, Rube, , Ruck, Rudel (Roedel), Ruk, Runch, Rueb, Ruethmueller, Ruff (Ruf)  Rung, Russhardt, Ruszhardt
S S__?_, Saber, Sackman, Sackmann, Sahnow, Salewsky, Salzeidler, Saridonov, Schaber, Schack, Schadler, Schaefer, Schaeft, Schall, (Shell, Schelle) Schaenberger. Schaeufle,  Schaidt, Schaible, Schaiker (?Schlenker) Schalkopf, Schalo, Schanz, Schatt (Scheid), Schaufele, Schaupp, Scheert, Scheff, Scheffelmaier (Scheffelmayer), Scheid, Scheidt, , Schelkopf. Schell, Schelle, Schlenz, Schert, Schenck, Shenk, Schenkel,  Schesselmayer (Scheffelmaier), Scheurer, Schichtinger (Schietteinger), Schick,  Siedler, Schilling,  Schitt, Schlafman, Schlag, Schlang, Schlaenz, (Schlanz, Schlenz)  Schlauch, Schlemmer, Schlenker, Schlenz, Schlepp , Scholl, Schraegle, Schuber, Schueber, Schuett, Schuett, Schmeichert, Schmide, Schmidt, Schmiedt, Schmeichel (Schmilke, Schmolke), Schmierer, Schmollinger, Schnaible,  Schneck, Schnek (?), Schneider, Schnurer, Schock, Schoenberger, Scholderer, Schonberger, Schoss(?), Schrek, Schroeter, Schuelz (Schulz, ) Schuerer (Scheurer) Schuh, Schuldheiss,  Schulz, Schutgines, Schutgius, Schutt, Schutzing, Schutzius, Schuerer, Schwab, Schwabaur, Schwalbe, Schwalm, Schwarz, Schweigert*, Schweickert*, Schweikert*, Schweiz, Schwigert,  Schwelt, Seelig, Sehanberger(? Schonberger), Selig (Seelig, Selich), Seidler, Sennfeld,  Sept, Siegloch, Sietier, Siewert, Sidel, Sigloch, Simon, Singer,  Somerfeld, Sp_____?, Speidel, Speitel (Speidel), Spitzer, Spock, Spring(?), Springlin ?Springling), Springling, Stadel. Staehl (Stahl, Staehlin), Staiger, Stahr, Staehr, Steelitz, Stauber, Stehr* (Stoehr, Stohr, Staehr, Stahr), Staugel, Staupel, Steich, Stein, Steinwand, Stellsteines(Stollsteiner), Stepke, Stepper, Steppke, Stern, Steschendorf, Stiefel, Stickel, Stikel, Stock, Stoehr*, Stoer*, Stollsteiner, Stollsteinke, Straub, Strobel, Stueckel, Suckert (Suckut, Sukut) Studel, Stukel,  Sulz, Sutter,  Suzelzle, Swan
T Tetz, Teischle, Teitz, Teschner, Tesske, Thaichbeide, Thautmann, Thilmann, Thumbert, Thielemann, Tiel, Tillemann, Tischendorf, Tornowsky, Trommnitzke
U Ulrich
V Vaslinko, Verworn, Vetter, Vilkert(?), Vogel, Vogt, Volkert, Vollstaedt, von Zappelya*
W W---(?), Waelz,  Wagenast, Wagner, Waidner, Walker, Wallewein, Wallewin, Walter*, Waltman, Walz, Weber, Weger, Wegwarth, Weibel, Weidner, Weihs [Weiss?], Weisharr, Weinhardt, Weizel, Wendland, Wenzel, Weippert, Weiss, Weisshaar, Weissner, Werenwag, Wesner, Wetzle, Wiege, Wieler, Wiest, Wieszner(?), Wilhaf, Wilhelm, Winkler, Wippert,  Wippke, Wippke(?), Wittmann, Wridmer, Wirst, Wirtemberger, Woelhaft, Wolff*, Wuelhoff, Wuertemburger, Wuest
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Z Zaiser,  Zappel, [von] Zappelya*, Zarbock Zeb, Zebbel,  Zeh, Zehn, Zeller, Ziegler, Zeiser, Zick, Zobel, Zutter

Letters can be found at the end of each section or bottom of page.....

 WHERE DID THEY COME FROM?

Villages, towns & cities in which some

Borodino /Bessarabian German-Russian Colonists

lived before migrating to Russia

A List:

(1) PLACES IN GERMANY

(2) PLACES IN POLAND

&

WEST, EAST and NEW EAST PRUSSIA

(3) PLACES IN MECKLENBURG & POMERANIA

(4) PLACES IN ALSACE  (ELSASS), FRANCE

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Other Places

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MAPS

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Migration Routes For German Migration

 to the East

and into

Russia from 1763 to 1824

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Abrevations to Places Used In This Web Site

Migration Route from 1763 to 1832

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 Borodino/Bess.History.Site - Index Page

Index of Surnames

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Dockter, Goetz, Hein, Hoffer, Hubert, Hummel & Ochsner, Pfaff , Remmick [Roemmich] , Schwei[c]kert [Schweigert], Stehr,

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Many Other  Families Connected to the Webmistress

Judy A. Remmick-Hubert

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her husband

Garry J. D. Hubert

German-Russian House  Recipes

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 Borodino/Bess.Site:  History, photographs and other lists....

map Where is Borodino?  See Maps

Bessarabian Web Site - GRHS  

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Sources for the Borodino Web Site

  • For the query, Borodino, of category St. Petersburg: File: Bessarabian Village Birth Records where you can search other family members in other Russian villages.

 Remmick-Hubert Quick Reference Index of Web Sites

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