On January 18, 1803, at the age of 30, Johann Jacob married Maria Elisabetha Wack. See Research note.
No Known Children
Sometime between 1808 and 1812, around the age of 35-40, Johann Jacob migrated from Heuchelheim to the village of Neudorf in the Glückstal district of the Odessa area and Black Sea region of South Russia
1816 Neudorf Census: Age 38, living in Neudorf, South Russia with his wife, his brother, and his brother's wife and child.
Hieb, Jakob 38, seine Frau Barbara 36, sein Bruder Wilhelm, 1812, 17, ausgeschieden nach Nr. 8, dessen Frau Katharana, mit dem Mann verzogen, dessen Tochter Anna Maria.
1858 Neudorf Census: Died in 1852 (age 75) in Neudorf, South Russia.
Hieb, Jakob, gest. 1852 mit 75.
There is some confusion in the records distinguishing Johann Jacob from his younger brother Georg Jacob born 4 years later. The Points of Origin listing references the 1816 neudorf census listing (family #29) and the 1858 Neudorf census listing (family #144) as associated with Johann Jacob, but the ages in those census records are a better match to Georg Jacob. No marriage record to someone named Barbara can be found for either person.
↑ 3.03.1The 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; Neudorf, gegr. 1808 (Evang.) Revisionsliste 1816: Nr. 1--121; 1858: Nr. 122--252.
↑Glückstal Colonies Points of Origin, Margaret Freeman and Gwen Pritzkau, Edited & Annotated by Thomas A. Stangl (2008); Gluckstalers DVD; Glückstal Colonies Research Association, Page 182.
Transcript: Son, Johann Jacob Hieb (+11.9.1852, *7.6.1772 Heuchelheim; married Barbara nee ? in 1816; listed in 1858 NRL:144, deceased), is in 1816 NRL:29; no sons, one daughter in 1828 Neudorf Name List. Possible daughter (may be daughter of Balthasar), Elisabeth Barbara Hieb (+2.12.1858 K, *ca 2.12.1816 N), m1 on 1.10.1840 to Friedrich Eckart (children 1858 KRL:200); m2 on 15.7.1851 to Friedrich Laut (1858 KRL:222).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Johann by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Johann: