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Elisabeth (Kröning) Stroh (abt. 1753)

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Elisabeth Stroh formerly Kröning aka Gruning, Croning, Krening [uncertain]
Born about in Lussbach, Free Noble Province of Ancient Knights, Germanymap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married about in Frank, Saratov, Volga, Russiamap
Descendants descendants
Mother of
Died [date unknown] in Frank, Saratov, Volga, Russiamap
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Biography

Elisabeth was born in 1753 in Lussbach, Germany to Johannes Hans Kröning and Anna Maria "Veronica" [Unknown].[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Elizabeth died en route to Frank.

Sources

  1. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    Dr. Igor Pleve, Kröning Ancestral Chart, Commissioned by Phyllis Kaiser, 5225 No. 10th Street, Tacoma, WA 98406-2621.
  2. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    translated and Edited by Brent Alan Mai , Transport of the Volga Germaqns from Oranienbaum to the Colonies on the Volga 1766-1767, Fond 383, Opis 1 - Central State Archive of Ancient Acts in St. Petersburg, . "Immigrant No. 3333, Line 320, Hanns Croning,Immigrant No. 3334, Line 321, Veronicka Croning, wife, died enrouteImmigrant No. 3335, Line 322, Johannes Croning, son, age 20Immigrant No. 3336, Line 323, Barbara Cron ing, daughter age 18.Immigrant No. 3337, Line 324, Elisabeth Croning, daughter age 14.Immigrant No. 3338, Line 325, Margretha Croning, daughter, age 11."
  3. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    translated and Edited by Brent Alan Mai , Transport of the Volga Germaqns from Oranienbaum to the Colonies on the Volga 1766-1767, Fond 383, Opis 1 - Central State Archive of Ancient Acts in St. Petersburg, . "Transport List:Immigrant No. 3333, Line 320, Hanns Croning,Immigrant No. 3334, Line 321, Veronicka Croning, wife, died enrouteImmigrant No. 3335, Line 322, Johannes Croning, son, age 20Immigrant No. 3336, Line 323, Barbara Cron ing, daughter age 18.Immigrant No. 3337, Line 324, Elisabeth Croning, daughter age 14.Immigrant No. 3338, Line 325, Margretha Croning, daughter, age 11."
  4. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    Ivan Kulberg compiled by Igor Pleve, Lists of Colonists to Russia in 1766 "Reports by Ivan Kulberg", Saratov State Technical University, Saratov 2010. "14 of Septembeer 1766: Public colonists, arrived from Luebeck by Luebeck's ship with the Skipper Reders. Gruening, Hans, Luth., farmer from Herschfeld, doc. No. 6489, wife Veronica, Children: Johann, 19; Barbara 18; Elisabeth 14; Margaretha 11."
  5. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    Igor Pleve, Einwanderung in das Wolgagebiet 1764-1767 Vol. I (Frank), 1999 Der Gottinger Arbeitskreis - 37085 Gottingen, page 438.
  6. Information obtained from and cited by Maggie Hein, the “Frank-Kolb Database."
    IOffice of Immigrant Oversight, 1798 Census of Medveditskoi Krestovoy Buyerak, Frank, AHSGR, 631 D Street, Lincoln, NE 68502, page 438.
Volga German
Elisabeth (Kröning) Stroh is a Volga German.


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