Johann Friedrich Georg Helm was born on February 3, 1790 in the village of Oberhausen in Kries Kreuznach of the Rheinland Province in Preussen(Prussia). His parents were Johann Leonhardt and Anna Christina Helm. He was baptized on September 3, 1790 in Oberhausen.
In September, 1808, at the age of 18, Johann and his wife migrated from Prussia into South Russia and they were among the founding families of the village of Neudorf in the Glückstal district of the Odessa area and Black Sea region of South Russia.
On September 6, 1861, at the age of 71, Johann passed away in the village of Neudorf in the Glückstal district of the Odessa area and Black Sea region of South Russia.
Brent Goodman (3/25/2019): Birth date is not shown on baptism record, but is calculated from his age at death on his death record.
Brent Goodman (3/25/2019): Marriage data cannot be currently found, but immigration data shows he was married at the time.
↑ 2.02.1 "Russia, Lutheran Church Book Duplicates, 1833-1885" database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-62KC-QL6 : 21 May 2014), Kherson > Tiraspol′ > Glückstal: Neudorf > 1861: Births, marriages, deaths ( 828-14/118) > image 28 of 29; Russland Historischen Staatsarchiv, St. Petersburg (Russian State Historical Archive, St. Petersburg).
↑ 3.03.1"The Emigration from Germany to Russia in the Years 1763 to 1862 Volume I", Karl Stumpp, American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, NE, Published 1993; B. PAeSSE DEUTSCHER AUSWANDERER NACH RUSSLAND (Passports of German emigrants to Russia), Liste VIII, #25; Transcript: 25, s. auch 48; Friedrich Georg Helm von Oberhausen, Departement Koblenz, ev., 20 J. alt, verh. Kuhlhausen, 21. 9. 1808, nach Neudorf/Od.
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