Johann Hiebert from Muntau transferred his household to his son-in-law Johann Loewen from Schardau.
Peter Fast from Schoenau transferred his household to Heinrich Friesen from Tiegenhagen. Peter Fast is 53 years old and he has three sons: Peter 28, has his own household; Bernhard 25,
works as a teacher; and Johann 21, also works as a teacher.
Bernhard Wiens from Lindenau transferred his household to Johann Quapp from Alexanderthal.
Widow of Klass Froese from Blumenort transferred her household to Jacob Epp from Neukirch.
Klass Froese did not have children.
Peter Loewen from Blumenort transferred his household to Kornelius Friesen from Gnadenfeld. He is 16 years old. Peter Loewen temporarily moved to a Jewish colony in Kherson Guberniya.
The late Solomon Ediger's sons from Grossweide transferred their father's household to Aaron
Suderman from Pastwa, who is 13 years old. Aaron Suderman has two brothers.
Widow of Peter Dick from Elisabeththal transferred her household to her son-in-law Heinrich
Epp from Elisabeththal because her son already owns a household. The 1835 census states that
Peter Dick was 57 years old. His son Peter was 22. Heinrich Epp was 14 and he has four
Gerhard Enns from Neukirch (Hebrew colony?) wants to transfer his household to Jacob Braun from Lindenau. Jacob Braun, perhaps, moved to Neukirch because of a government rule for
him: "He can get the household if he moves to Neukirch." The 1835 census states that Jacob
Braun was 16 years old and he has two brothers.
Johann Funk from Conteniusfeld wants to transfer his household to Andreas Voth from
Friedensdorf. Johann Funk does not have children.
Benjamin Unruh of Waldheim wants to transfer his household to Johann Penner of Rueckenau,
who already owns his own household.
The late Jacob Warkentin's sons from Ladekopp want to transfer their father's household to
David Walde from Blumenort because the oldest son Johann owns his own household and two
other brothers do not want to take the household. The 1835 census states that Jacob Warkentin's
sons are: Johann 17; Jacob 13; and David 9. The census also states that in Blumenort David
Walde was 15 and he had two brothers.
Johann Gossen from Schoensee wants to transfer his own household to Johann Goertzen from Furstenwerder because his the oldest son Johann owns his own household and a younger son
does not need it. The 1835 census states that Heinrich Goertzen had two sons: Jacob 22 years
old and Johann 18 years old
Jakob Kroeker from Tiegerweide wants to transfer his household to Kornelius Klassen from Tiegerweide.
The guardian of the late Heinrich Willems from Furstenwerder wants to transfer his own
household to Klaas Reimer from Ohrloff. The 1835 census states that Klaas Reimer of Ohrloff
was 21 and he has four brothers.
The heirs of the late Heinrich Epp from Altonau want to transfer Heinrich Epp's household to
the Mennonite Dirk Friesen from Munsterberg. In the 1835 census Dirk Friesen was 10.
Sons of the late Johann Rogalsky from Lichtenau want to transfer their father's household to
Widower Heinrich Dueck from Sparrau wants to transfer his household to Peter Harms from
Blumstein. The 1835 census states that Heinrich Dueck from Sparrau was 33. It also states that
in Blumstein Peter Harms was 28.
Wilhelm Ewert from Sparrau wants to transfer his household to Franz Klassen from Blumenort.
Kornelius Siemens from Franzthal wants to transfer his household to Andreas Pankratz from Gnadenfeld. The 1835 census states that Kornelius Siemens was 51 and his son Cornelius 19.
He wants to be as teacher. The census also states that Jacob Pankratz of Gnadenfeld has 10
children (male and female); Andreas Pankratz is his third son and he is 19.
Kornelius Wiens from Lindenau does not want to work on his household. So the colony
government has decided to take his household and transfer it to Abraham Friesen from Ohrloff.
Franz Klassen from Liebenau wants to transfer his household to Abraham Reimer from
Halbstadt. Franz has sons. Franz was 22 in the 1835 census and other sons were younger.
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