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Joseph Schmucker1817

Name
Joseph Schmucker
Given names
Joseph
Surname
Schmucker
Birth January 30, 1817 30 29
Birth of a brotherXaver Schmucker
February 11, 1819 (Age 2 years)
Immigration 1822 (Age 4 years)
Publication: Self
Text:

On the Sarata River near the Black Sea. In a time of Religious and economic turmoil, Joseph's family left family and friends to go to Russia in 1822. They joined a group of 20 families led by a pietistic catholic priest named Ignas Lindl, whho was called by Alexander I to found a new colony there. They established the villiage of Sarata, farming the treeless grassland and retaining their German language and culture. When Father Lindl's teachings became unacceptable, they forced him to leave using pitchforks to keep him from entering the church. Sarata became a Lutheran colony.

Birth of a brotherJohannes Evangelist Schmucker
February 22, 1823 (Age 6 years)
Religious marriageJohanna Fredericka TraubView this family
August 25, 1838 (Age 21 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Rosina Christine Schmucker
December 4, 1840 (Age 23 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a son
#2
Joseph Schmucker
November 15, 1842 (Age 25 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a daughter
#3
Katherina Schmucker
October 25, 1844 (Age 27 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a daughter
#4
Elizabeth Schmucker
January 8, 1847 (Age 29 years)

Publication: Self
Birth of a daughter
#5
Maria Magdelana Schmucker
December 30, 1848 (Age 31 years)
Publication: Self
Birth of a son
#6
Gottlieb Friederich Schmucker
November 25, 1850 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Johann Georg Schmucker
June 24, 1853 (Age 36 years)
Birth of a son
#8
Johannus Schmucker
September 14, 1855 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a daughter
#9
Johanna Friedericka Schmucker
January 2, 1858 (Age 40 years)
Publication: Self
Note: She could also have been born on 14 Jan.
Birth of a daughter
#10
Louise Christine Schmucker
January 15, 1860 (Age 42 years)
Publication: Self
Immigration September 25, 1873 (Age 56 years)
Publication: Self
Text:

The family began thinking about going to America when Thomas Sch

Birth of a son
#11
Johannes Friederich Schmucker
December 23, 1889 (Age 72 years)
Birth of a son
#12
Friederich Wilhelm Schmucker
December 23, 1889 (Age 72 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
himself
2 years
younger brother
Xaver Schmucker
Birth: February 11, 1819 33 31Offingen, Bavaria, Germany
Death: January 31, 1839Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
4 years
younger brother
Father’s family with Theresa Benggeserin - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: May 30, 1797
Family with Johanna Fredericka Traub - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: August 25, 1838
17 years
son
-7 years
daughter
9 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
-19 years
daughter
4 years
daughter
-23 months
son
4 years
daughter
43 years
son
Johannes Friederich Schmucker
Birth: December 23, 1889 72 72Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: December 31, 1839Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
son
Friederich Wilhelm Schmucker
Birth: December 23, 1889 72 72Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: January 2, 1840Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
-39 years
son
3 years
son
Johann Georg Schmucker
Birth: June 24, 1853 36 35Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia
Death: September 21, 1854Sarata, Bessarabia, Russia

BirthSarata Confirmation Records
ImmigrationSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
Text:

On the Sarata River near the Black Sea. In a time of Religious and economic turmoil, Joseph's family left family and friends to go to Russia in 1822. They joined a group of 20 families led by a pietistic catholic priest named Ignas Lindl, whho was called by Alexander I to found a new colony there. They established the villiage of Sarata, farming the treeless grassland and retaining their German language and culture. When Father Lindl's teachings became unacceptable, they forced him to leave using pitchforks to keep him from entering the church. Sarata became a Lutheran colony.

MarriageSarata Confirmation Records
ImmigrationSchmucker-Traub Family
Publication: Self
Text:

The family began thinking about going to America when Thomas Sch