Johan Georg Dockter was born in 1786 and passed away in 1854.
Transcript: Dokter, Gerog, died 1854 age 68, his wife Christine 68, his sons 1. Jacob 47, his wife Magdalene 41, his children 1. Jacob 2 months, Katarina 1; 2. Gottlieb21; 3. Georg 13; 4. Johann 11; 5. Christian 9; 6. Michael 7; Magdalene 17, Karoline4, Margarete 1/2; 2. Johann 28, his wife Katarina 22, his daughter Katarina 4; his grandchildren 1. Jakob Theodore Dokter 19, wife Katarina 21, his son Johann 1/2; 2.Jakob Gottlieb Dokter 19; 3. Gottlieb Gottlieb Gottlieb Dokter 17; Georg Gottlieb Dokter died 1855 age 6; Christine 14, Magdalene 13. Detail: pg 706, Nr. 138, Georg Dokterr, 5. Neudorf Revision List 1858. Other information: All ages as of 1858. Title: The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 to 1862, Author: Dr. Karl Stump, Call Number 0-014222-00-7, Publisher: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Publisher Date: 1973-1978, Publisher Location: 631 D St, Lincoln, NE 68502, Repository Information: Name: Ronald R Geiger, Address: 513 E Gwynnfield Rd, Tappahannock, VA 22560-5249, Email: RRGeiger@hotmail.com, Phone Number: 703-725-1103.
Name: Georg Dockter
Birth Date: 1786
Death Date: 4 дек 1854 (4 Dec 1854)
Death Place: Glücksthal, St. Petersburg, Russia
Burial Date: 7 дек 1854 (7 Dec 1854)
Burial Place: Glücksthal
FHL Film Number: 1883189
Reference ID: p443-132
Ancestry.com. Russia, Select Deaths and Burials, 1815-1917 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014. Original data: Russia, Deaths and Burials, 1815-1917. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
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