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1833 - 1835
Gnadenfeld Mennonite Church was located in the province of Taurida, South Russia, about 60 miles from the seaport at Berdyansk on the Sea of Asov. In 1835 the congregation as a whole immigrated to Russia from the province of Brandenburg, Prussia, under the leadership of Elder Wilhelm Lange. From the very beginning the congregation was known for its advanced spiritual life. During the middle of the last century the Gnadenfeld congregation became the center of a revival movement that culminated in the founding of the Mennonite Brethren Church in 1860.
1861 - 1862
1861-62 Molotschna School Registers
Sorted by village with comments and GRANDMA number columns
Compiled by Tim Janzen
[Note: This appears to be the correct Herman Herman (Hermann) - VOTH ?]
ALL GNADENFELD VOTHS
Head of family and children Village Voth (Benjamin) Benjamin 13, Helena 9, Peter 6 Gnadenfeld 1. Voth (Hermann) Hermann 10, Wilhelm 8 Gnadenfeld 30. Voth (Johann) Wilhelmine 7 Gnadenfeld 8. Voth (Tobias) Andreas 10, Elisabeth 12, Anna 7 Gnadenfeld 10.
In the Brandenburg, Prussia Emigration Records at:
Hermann Voth was not found.