Elisabeth Bretthauer was born about 1832 in Walter, Saratov, Volga, Russia based upon Walter census records. She married Christoph Walter and they had nine children in Walter. A death record is not available for her but most likely she died in Walter, Saratov, Russia.
1436 Bretthauer [Бреттауерь), Christoph, head of the household, age 59
1437 Jakob, son [to Household #161]
1438 Georg, son, age 32
1439 Barbara, daughter-in-law, age 29
1440 Margaretha, granddaughter, age 8
1441 Barbara, granddaughter, age 6
1442 Johannes, grandson, age 1-1/2
1443 Adam, son, age 30
1444 Margaretha, daughter-in-law, age 28
1445 Helfrich, grandson, age 6
1446 Elisabeth, granddaughter, age 1-1/2
Aft. 1874 - unknown but most likely in Walter, Saratov, Russia
↑ 1834 Census of Walter in the District of Saratov, Russia, Dated 10 November 1834; Translated by Dr. Brent Mai, Fairfield University, Fairfield CT; Dynasty Publishing, Fairfield, CT; Published 2016; page 40, family #142, lines 1436-1446, Christoph Bretthauer.
Fyler, Michael. Descendants of Johannes Bretthauer-49509; AHSGR Walter VC; Johann Adam Bretthauer NOTE-17332; Elisabeth Bretthauer-11071; emailed to Koreen Goodman 30 Aug 2018.
Other sources by AHSGR Walter VCs:
Translated by Margreatha Hein, Glencoe, Illinois, Brunnental, Russia Communion Register 1870-1886.
Translated by Mary Mills, Walter Deaths and Burials Church Records 1849-1870.
Translated by Mary Mills , Walter Births and Baptisms Church Records.
SOR: Walter-Pleve Chart, Commissioned by Gerry Walter Mangis, May 2004
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elisabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
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