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Ochsner Chutor's Brick Main House

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Map showing six Ochsner Khutors

  • Scroll down to "O" then to Ochsner Chutor section
  • See Photo of Peter Ochsner's Chutor Main House on Cover of AHGRS  "Journal".
  • See Map showing positions of chutors north of the Black Sea Port of Odessa / Kherson Province, S. Russia [Ukraine].

Peter and Philippina, nee Weikum, Ochsner

Peter Ochsner b. 27 April 1844 Worms/O d. 24 April 1900 Podqurjewka, Russia, son of Nikolaus Ochsner and Anna Maria Wiest [Wust].,  m. Philippina Weikum b. 1843 d. 1911.  Peter, who became quite wealthy,  owned the Ochsner Estate known as Podqurjewka which was more than 4,800 acres. He refused to migr. to the USA.  He sent his two elder sons, Peter and Jakob, to school in Switzerland.  The two younger sons, Nicholas and Heinrich, remained in Russia. .


  1. Peter Ochsner, the younger, b. 1863 Russia d. abt 1947 Switzerland m. Karolina Benz b. 1864 d. 1925.  Issue:
    • Heinrich Ochsner b. 1885 d. 1954 m. Mulia Schwarz b. 1886 d. 1955
    • Rudolf Ochsner b. 1887 d. 1968
    • Waldermar Ochsner b. 1889 d. 1953
    • Adolf Ochsner b. 1890 d. 1957 m. Christian Fluetsch b. 1893 d. 1972
    • Alexander Ochsner b. 1893 d. 1968
    • Helene Ochsner b. 1896 m. Jean A. Schneebeli b. 1887
    • Peter Ochsner b. 1898 m. Martha Metrailler b. 1910
    • Theodor Ochsner b. 1900 m. Nina Gansner b. 1911
    • Karoline Ochsner b. 1902 m. Hans Eberhardt
    • Alice Ochsner b. 1905 m. Ferdinant Allison b. 1904
  2. Jacob Ochsner b. 1866 Russia d. 1946 Sutton, Nebraska, USA m. 1893 to Klara Irmschler b. 1875 Russia and d. 1936 SD, USA  Issue:
    • Peter's son Jakob  and his wife Klara, nee Irmaschler, Ochner family was takane abt 1907 in Odessa.  From left to right are Frederick, Klara, Jakob, who is seated, Victor and Erwin.  Behind Vicor is Arnold.  The child in front is Lucia.    The family escaped Russia during the Russian Revolution and tok up residence in the Dakotas untill they settled in Sutton, Nebraska, where other family members had settled in the late 1800s.  There are photos of others who settled in Nebraska and the Dakotas found on this site as well as the following site:

    • Elsa Ochsner b. 1894 d. 1897
    • Arnold Ochsner b. 1895 m. Huld, nee Mayer, Ochsner , who was the widow Arnold's brother Frederick
    • Frederick Ochsner b. 1897 d. 1937 m. Hulda Mayer
    • Erwin Ochsner b. 1899 d. 1918
    • Victor Ochsner b. 1900 d. 1969 m. Melita Eisenbraun
    • Lucia Ochsner b. 1907 m. Herman Lorenzen
    • Eugen Ochsner b. 1912 m. Tillie Acherman
  3. Nikolaus Ochsner served as a Russian  officer in the Russo-Japanese War and WWI. He became a prisioner of in WWI and was held in a war camp in Austria and returned to Russia after the war. He married Wilhelmina Schwarz, dau. of Johan Schwarz and Karolina Ochsner, and,who was the sister to Rosalia Schwarz who m. Nikolaus's brother Heinrich. In 1920 he was arrested by the Bolsheviks, released than rearrested with his two sons and no one knows what became of him.  Issue:
    • son
    • son
  4. Heinrich Ochsner d. abt 1928 m. Rosalia Schwarz,  dau. of Johan Schwarz and Karolina Ochsner, and, sister to Wilhelmina Schwarz who married Heinrich's brother Nikolaus]. He was a Russian officer in the Russo-Japanese War and WWI. Like his brohter, he was taken prisioner and returned later to Russia after the war and settled in Worms/Od.. During WWII he and his family fled to Germany where he remained and probably died.
  5. Christine Ochsner b. 1864 d. 1944 m. Ludwig Barth.  Issue (6)
  6. Philippine Ochsner m. Adam Ochsner. Issue (8)
  7. Wilhelmine Ochsner m. Friedrich Trost. Issue (6)
  8. Amalia Ochsner d. 1953 m. Heinrich Vaatz. Issue (6)
  9. Auguste d. 1971 m. Heinrich Heinzelmann
  10. Lydia Ochsner b. 1880 d. 1954 m. Gustav Uster. Issue(3)

Information is from pps. 67-69 of PIONEERS ON TWO CONTINENTS, The Ochsner-Gries History and Genealogy, Second Ecition, by Theodore C. Wenzlaff

See brief outline that holds the description of the Ochsner's Chutor