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04-Aug-2013  

Surname(s):

BRAUN : PFEIFER : ROHLEDER : ROHR : WEIGEL  

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The Pfeifers Sources: From the church records of Pfeifer, Russia by Igor archivist, from Engels Russia and from the 1798 census of Pfeifer Russia obtained from AHSGR in Lincoln, Nebraska. Igor wrote: Johannes Pfeifer was one of the first settlers in the colony Pfeifer. He migrated to colony Pfeifer in Russia on June 15, 1767. Greed Catholic, profession – farmer. Adam Pfeifer, grandson of Johannes crossed over to colony Herzog in 1828 with his family and his stepmother Katrina. He was the first Pfeifer in colony Herzog. Michael and Theresa Pfeifer came to the USA on the steamship Mosel in 1876 and settled in Victoria, Kansas. The archives in Russia show that Johannes came from Ulm, Baden-Wertemburg, Germany. Church records of Pfeifer, Russia and the 1798 census of Pfeifer and Herzog Russia. Igor wrote: Johannes was one of the first settlers of Pfeifer, Russia. Johannes’ grandson Adam moved to Herzog in 1828. Michael Pfeifer 1828 was a brother to Anna Catherine Pfeifer who married Johannes Braun. Michael is the great-great grandfather of Lawrence A. Weigel. The archives in Russia show that Johannes Pfeifer (1739) came from ULM, Baden-Wuertemburg, Germany, 1767. Sources: Church records of Pfeifer, Russia researched by Igor, and the 1798 census of Pfeifer and Herzog Russia obtained by AHSGR: Lincoln, Nebraska. Igor wrote: Johannes Pfeifer was one of ht e 1st settlers in colony Pfeifer. He migrated to colony Pfeifer June 15, 1767. Creed. Catholic and a farmer. Johann’s Grandson Adam migrated to Herzog in 1828. Michael and Theresa and John and Susanna Pfeifer came to USA on Ship “Mosel” from Bremen, Germany arriving in New York July 26, 1876. Theresa (Knoll) Pfeifer, and Michael Pfeifer Theresa (1827-1901) and Michael 1828-1913). Nicholas Rohleder He was born in Graf, Russia Mar. 25, 1861. He married Clementine Geier in Russia and they had 2 children – Mary and Pete. In 1892 the young family headed for the USA on the ship “Gellert” and landed in New York. Wife Clementine was very ill and died in New York where she is buried. In Kansas Nicholas married Marie Herman – who bore him 12 children approximate date of birth. Konrad Rohleder born 1756 in Germany was married 2 times. He had 2 sons Peter and Josef from 1st. wife and four daughters: Elizabeth, Anna Maria, Anna Katrina and Margaret. From his second wife Katrina Schreiner he had 2 daughters – Franziska and Susanna. Rohr We are fortunate that every data and name on their genealogy chart can be verified by documental printed records from the archives of Russia and from the church records of Munjor, Kansas. Mathias Rohr III was married four times. He was killed on April 29, 1909 when he drove his buggy onto the tracks in Hays, Kansas and struck a train. Mathias Rohr II and his wife Magdalena and six children sailed on the Steamship “Mosel” from Bremen Germany arriving in New York July 29, 1876.
   

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