Remmick: German Emigration to Borodino, Bessarabbia, Russia:  1812-1840s.

Last Updated:  12  May 2014

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Bessarabian History continuted......

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List of Borodino Families and Their Genealogy to the Present

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BORODINO COLONISTS' ORIGINS

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Villages, towns & cities in which some

Borodino /Bessarabian German-Russian Colonists

lived before migrating to Russia

(1) PLACES IN GERMANY

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M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z

(2) PLACES IN POLAND

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M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z

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WEST, EAST and NEW EAST PRUSSIA

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M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z

(3) PLACES IN MECKLENBURG & POMERANIA

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M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z

(4) PLACES IN ALSACE  (ELSASS), FRANCE & Other Places

Migration Routes For Germans

 to the East

and into

Russia from 1763 to 1824

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Abrevations to Places Used In This Web Site

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Dates of Importance


German States in Modern Times

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Place names found during research on the German-Russian colonists of Borodinoians from the area we presently know as Germany.

There are  errors at this time since I'm just getting the data gathered,  so,  when you find a error please contact me:

 remmick@aol.com    

I'll be happy to have a discussion and change whatever needs to be changed.

Different countries call Germany or  the old German states by varying names.  In German the country is called "Deutshland".  In Scandinavia the area is known as "Tyskland".  In French it is called "Allemagne" .  In Poland it is known as "Niemcy".  In Finnish it is "Saksa" and in Lituanian it is called "Vokietija".    

MAPS: See Section on Historical Maps Pertaining to German Territories, Kingdoms, etc.

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Aalen  (City of)/ Ostalbkreis (Ostalb Dist.), Baden-Wuertttemberg.  Location.  History. Dating back to 8th and 5th BC lived the Meslithic settlements in this area.  They left traces which include tools made of flint.  Behind Kocherburg castle there was found traced of humans living there during the Bronze Age.  The Celtics fortified the Schlossbaufeld settlement.  Along came the Romans after they abandon the Lines Line around 150 AD and set up camp and then a town in 150 AD and it became part of the Roman Empire and the new line known as "Rhaetian Limes".  The Roman cavalry unit "Ala II Flavia milliaria" were housed here and the remains of this is called "Kastell Aalen".  Forced to retreat, the Romans gave up the for t and moved bank to the Rhine and Danube Rivers.  Once the Romans left historians loose sight and knowledge of this area until the Middle Ages.  In this area a village of Hammerstadt is mention in 839 but Aalen is not directly mentioned until in 1136 along with a man by the name of Conrad of Aalen.  In 1214 to 1246 it's told the House of Hohenstaufen founded the town of Aalen.  The area was gained by the Count of Oettingen who exchanged Aalen for money from the House of Wuerttenberg in 1358 or 1359.  Village was destroyed in 1388 during the war between the Dukes of Bavaria and the Alliance of Swabian Cities.  On 3 Dec 1360  Emperor Charles IV of the Holy Roman Empire.  Charles IV declared Aalen as an Imperial free city which it kept until 1803.  Reformation resulted in Aalen's major change from Catholic to Protestant which was followed by the Thirty Year's War during which resulted in Aalen swinging back to Catholic which resulted in the Protestant Union and afterwards both were able to worship and practice in Aalen together.  1634 proved just as difficult for the townspeople as.  War and soldiers destroyed most of the city. The  Swedes, Benard of Saxe-Weimar army and the Croatians looted what was left.  During the Nine Years' War (1688) French troops enter Aalen and took their turn looting and destroying the town.  The French marched through, again during the War of the Spanish Succession in 1702 and again during the War of Austrian Succession in 1741.  The Imperial troops marched through in 1743,,, With the Catholic and Lutherans still in conflict it was ruled that both would have joint rule....  During the War of the Firs Coalition (1796) Aalen was looted. One has to wonder what there was to loot by this time.  Anyway, in 1801 the Treat of Luneville lead to the Germans Mediatisation in 1803 giving Aalen to the Electorate of Wuerttemberg, which became part of the Duchy of Wuerttemberg and later the Kingdom of Wuerttemberg.  Then came the War of the Third Coalition.  On 6 Oct 1805 Napoleon arrived in Aalen with 40,000.... Two days later the Austrian and Bavarian troops moved into town as the French left...  According to wikipedia the town clerk is credited in saying:  "no feather could describe" what was happening to Aalen.  In 1811 the municipality of Unterrombach was formed which merged parts of Aalen and territory of the Barons of Woellwarth.  Napoleon was defeated.  The town walls, gates and towers fell into disrepair.   Then the stones were taken and used elsewhere...  The fortification vanished....~

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Aich n. Worms/ ___, Pfalz  [= Eich / Alzey-Worms (am der Rhine) Dist., Rhineland-Palatinate] Often times "A" and "E" are interchangable.  Eich and Aich are the same place. It is located north of Worms next to Biblis on the south, Riedstadt on the north and farther to the west is Alzey.  Dates bach as far as 782 as a fishing village. ~  

Thee is a Aich just north of Oberpframmen and south of Wolfersberg.  Both are in the Ebersberg Dist., in Upper Bavaria (=Bayern) Hofenkirchen is the the west. East is Moosach and Grafing. South east and abt 24 km is Munich. South is Hohenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn and Egmating.  Neubiberg is north northwest about 10 km.

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Aichberg, Goeppingen-Wuerttemberg [Aichelberg / Goeppingen Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg] which is located southwest of Goeppingen.   To the west is Kirchheim unter Teck and to the east is Boll and Dumau.  To  the south  is Weilheim an der Teck.

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Aichberg / n. Hornberg, Rottweil Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg (See Eichberg)  It is near Hornberg and Hohrbach on the edge of the Black Forest.

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Ainingen / __, Wuerttemberg  [Ainingen (??)] NOTE: I assume someone miss typed, which, unfortunaely, I am often guilty, and the village name may be Ensingen.  Tracking down other Stumpp/Stumpf family members I believe the village is Ensingen since Stumpps are listed as having migr. from Unterensingen (Unter.Einsingen = Under Ensingen)/ Nuerteingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg.  Also, sometimes "A" can be "E" as it is for Aich / Eich village.

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Ensingen [highly likely] / Ludwigsuburg, Baden-Wuerttemberg.  Location.  North of Vaihingen an der Enz. South east of Schuetzingen.  South of Zaberfeld.  North west is Horrheim and Hohenhaslach.  Southeast is Sachsenheim.

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Alb-Donau (Danube) Dist, Created in 1973

merged the districts of Ulm and Ehingen.

Baden-Wuerttemberg

  • Towns
    • Blaubeuren
    • Dietenheim
    • Ehingen
    • Erbach
    • Laichingen
      • Suppingen-Laichingen
    • Langenau
    • Munderkingen
    • Schelklingen
  • Municipalities
    • Allmendingen
    • Altheim
    • Altheim (Alb)
    • Amstetten
    • Asselfingen
    • Balendorf
    • Balzheim
    • Beimerstetten
    • Berghuelen
    • Bernstadt
    • Blaustein
    • Boerslingen
    • Breitingen
    • Dornstadt
    • Emeringen
    • Emerkingen
    • Griesingen
    • Grundsheim
    • Hausen am Bussen

  • Municipalities continued:
    • Heroldstatt
    • Holzkirch
    • Huettisheim
    • Illerkirchberg
    • Illerrieden
    • Laulterach
      • near by Erbstettem
    • Lonsee
    • Merklingen
    • Neenstetten
    • Nellingen
    • Nerenstetten
    • Oberdischingen
    • Obermarchtal
    • Oberstadion
    • Oellingen
    • Oepfingen
    • Rammingen
    • Rechtenstein
    • Rottenacker
    • Schuerpfingen
    • Setzingen
    • Staig
    • Untermarchtal
    • Unterstadion
    • Unterwachingen
    • Weidenstetten
    • Westerheim
    • Westerstetten

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Aldingen / Ludwigsburg, Wuerttemberg  [Aldingen / Borough of Remsseck, Ludwigsburg Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg] (NOTE:  It appears that people who recorded the Reinhardts that some have their place of origin as Aldingen & Altingen.) 

Aldingen / Tuttlingen Dist, Baden-Wuerttemberg]; location is east of Trossingen, north of Spachingen and south east of Frottomgem  and Rottweil.  Stuttgart is more than 50 km north and farther north is Ludwigsburg.

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Alfinger, Wuerttembrg  [Alfinger (??)

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Alfdorf / Rems-Mur-Kreis, Baden-Wuerttemberg [Aldorf / Reims-Mur Dist. , Baden-Wuerttemberg] This is another one of those confusing merges of villages.  Aldorf came into being in 1972 and there was the merging of two villages: Pfalbronn and Vordersteinberg  Therefore, can we assume  Hans Steiner was born in either Pfahlbronn or Vordersteinenberg (vor.der.Steinen.berg)?  If one uses logic,  I would assume they lived in Vordersk since they carried the surname Steiner.  The source did not give any additional information.  Location: Southeast is Schwaebish Gmuend. Soutth is Lorch. West is Wetzheim.  North is Gschend and Murhardt .

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ALSACE (ELSASS) See the Alsace Listing.  "A"  to "Z"

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Altbach / Esslingen, Wuerttemberg  [Altbach / Esslingen Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg] Location: It is on the southern slope of the Schur forest.  Esslinngen is north northwest from Altbach.  Plochingen is in the  opposite direction abt 1 1/2 km south souhteast.  Directly south is Deisisau and Wendingen am Neckar.  West is Oberessingen.  East is Lichterwald.

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Altensteig Dist:, Calw Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg
  • Altensteig
  • Altensteigdorf
  • Berneck
  • Garrweiler
  • Hornberg
  • Monhardt
  • Sielberg
  • Ueberberg
  • Walddorf
  • Wart

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Altingen / Ludwigsburg, Wuerttemberg  Altingen (=Aldingen) / Bourough of Remseck/ Ludwigsburg Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg

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Altensteig / __, Wuerttemberg [Altensteig / Calw Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg], Located in the eastern part of the Black Forest, abt 18 km from Calw, which is southwest, and 19 km from Freudenstadt which is northeast.

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Althengstett / Calw, Wuerttemberg [Althengstett  Calw Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg] Location: Northeast of Calw abt 5 km.  North is Simmozheim.  East is Ostelsheim.  South is Wuerm-Heckengaeu and farther south is Gechingen.   

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Alt Nuefa / Egenhausen , Wuerttemberg [Alt Nuifra =Altnuifra-Haiterbach / Calw Dist., n. Egenhausen, Baden-Wuerttemberg] See Egenhausen.  Location: West is Neunuifra.  Farther west is Freudenstadt abt 19 km. .Southwest about 4 km is Pfalzgrafenweiler and Edelweiler is slightly closer.  East and slightly north is Waldorf. East is Rohrdorf which is about 4 km on a flat map.... North is Altensteig.  History is not known at this time.    

Note: There is a Braun & Sakman families  mentioned in Altnuifra and in the nearby village of Haiterbach.  An Anges Braun m. Michael Guekunst b, abt 1545,   See web site on Gutekunst Genealogy at  http://www.gutekunst-archiv.de/Gutekunst_Haiterbach.htm.

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Alzey, A Collective Municipality (collection of vllages) in Alzely-Worms Dist. in Rhineland-Palatinate:
  • See Rhineland-Palatinate
    • Alzey-Worms

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Aselfingen / ___, Wuerttemberg [Asselfingen / Alb-Donau Dist., Baden-Wuerttemberg]  Location North is Stetten, northeast is Niederstotzingen.  Southwest is Rammingen and beyond is Langenau, abt. 5 km, which is 14 km from Ulm.  West is Ollingen.  .  History.  See history of Ulm. 

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Auch / Worms, [n. Darmdsatdt], Pfalz  See Eich / Alzey-Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate

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Auggen / Wuerttemberg [Auggen  / Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald Dist. Baden-Wuerttemberg] Auggen is "attacehed" to Hach which is northeast.  Auggen is south of Muellheim, north of Schliengen and Basel, which is farther south, east of Ottmarsheim and west of Marlsburg-Marzell and Schoenau im Schwarzald.  It in the Markgraeflerland Region, which refers to Margraves of Baden who ruled from 12th century.  In 1526 the Margrave became Lutheran (Protestant).  Viticulture became important in 1780 when the Swiss introducted a variety of grapes. The hills around Auggen are covered with grapevines and apple trees.  

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