Sabelfeld: one of the surnames from my family tree

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Sabelfeld: one of the surnames from my family tree

1. Andreas Sabelfeld (1722 or 1717, from Nassau — Usingen, Germany); wife: Anna Elisabeth von Hess (1739, 1735, or 1746, from Saalfecht, Julich, Germany); son: Johann Christoph Lorenz Sabelfeld.
2. Johann Christoph Lorenz Sabelfeld (1767, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Johanna Elisabeth Wunderlich (circa 1773, Niedermonjou, Russia); son: Johann Heinrich Sabelfeld.
3. Johann Heinrich Sabelfeld (05.12.1806, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Maria Sophia Diesendorf (circa 1810, Katharinenstadt, Russia); son: Johann Gotlieb Sabelfeld.
4. Johann Gottlieb Sabelfeld (04.06.1828, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Margaretha Wormsbecher (circa 1829, Katharinenstadt, Russia); son: Johann Philipp Sabelfeld.
5. Johann Philipp (Johannes) Sabelfeld (14.08.1851, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Anna Elisabeth Trippel (circa 1852, Katharinenstadt, Russia); son: Karl Adam Sabelfeld.
6. Karl Adam Sabelfeld 18.08.1878, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Maria Dorothea Ressner (25.02.1879, Katharinenstadt, Russia); son: Karl Sabelfeld.
7. Karl Sabelfeld (15.04.1900, Katharinenstadt, Russia); wife: Alexandra Wereshagina (1899, the village of Wereshagino in Siberia, Russia); son: Alexander Sabelfeld (born in 1924, near the city of Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia) – my father.

Notes

Anna Elisabeth von Hess. In 1767 she was 28 (1739). In 1776 she was 41 (1735). In 1798 she was 52 (1746). When was she born exactly?

Andreas Sabelfeld. In 1767 he was 45 (1722). In 1776 he was 59 (1717). When was he born exactly?

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The wedding of Andreas Sabelfeld and Anna Elisabeth von Hess, 17 July 1766, Domkirche,Luebeck, Germany.

церковь

Der Dom (the cathedral), Luebeck, Germany

корабль

12 of September 1766. Colonists of recruiter Beauregard, arrived from Luebeck by the English frigate with the skipper Adam Beerfrier. Passengers were 1117 and among them was Andreas Sabelfeld with his family.
Sabelfeld Andreas, Luth., farmer from Nassau, doc. No. 4512, wife: Anna, children: Johann, 14, Philipp, 10, Anna, 4.

Source: Igor Pleve „Lists of colonists to Russia in 1766. Reports by Ivan Kulberg”

Sabelfeld, Andreas, 45, luth., Färber aus Nassau-Usingen. Frau: Anna Elisabeth Geiss?, 28. Kinder: Johann Georg, 18; Johann Philipp, 15; Johann Christoph, 3 Monate; Katharina, 6. Eingetroffen am 17.08.1767.

Source: Igor Pleve „Einwanderung in das Wolgagebiet 1764—1767“

венчание

May 22, 1899. Marriage between Karl Adam Sabelfeld (21 ¾ ) and Maria Dorothea, Rössner (20). Their fathers: Johann Sabelfeld and Johann Christian Rössner. Lutherans. Witnesses: Johann Rösner and Heinrich Riehl. Village Katharinenstadt (now Marx, Saratov region). Priest: Keller. It is written that their mothers are alive.

Who gave the right answer???? Father or his son????

1776, Katharinenstadt. Household 109. Andreas Sabelfeld (59 years old) is said to be from Nassau-Usingen, Germany. His wife Anna Elisabeth (41 years old), his son Johann Georg (24 years old), his son Johann Philip (19 years old) are from Saalfecht, Julich; his daughter Katharina (16 years old) is from Saldfrecht, Julich.

Johann Georg (24 years old) was already married in 1776 and didn’t live in the household 109 but lived in the household 64. It is written there that he arrived in Russia from Königsbergen Preussen (Königsberg, Prussia).

Irma Sabelfeld



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