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Dobrinka Surnames The surname list was built from various sources, including the current Dobrinka village database, maintained by Gary Martens, the 1764 immigrant list from Immigration to the Volga Region, 1764-1767 by Dr. Igor Pleve, and the 1798 Dobrinka Census, translated by Richard Rye of AHSGR, and the Dobrinka church birth records covering 1852 - 1895. http://www.dobrinka.org/surnames.html





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Dobrinka, the FIRST German colony in the Volga region, was located at the mouth of the Dobrinka Brook where it flows into the Volga River. This location is approximately 600 miles (950 km) south of Moscow in southern Russia. The population of this Lutheran colony was 323 in 1769, 353 in 1773, 552 in 1798, 5400 in 1912, and 3209 in 1926.

http://www.dobrinka.org/history.html

The village was mostly burned down in 1918 during the Bolshevik revolution.

posted by Lana (X) H
Movement of the colonists to or from the following villages is mentioned:

Dreispitz, Frank, Galka, Grimm, Holstein, Kamishin, Kraft, Mueller, Shcherbakovka / Tscherbakowka [Muehlberg], Schwab, Stephan.

posted by Lana (X) H
http://ahsgr.org/Find_Your_Ancestors/Census/volga__census_A_H.htm

The following surnames are mentioned: Alb ?, Albrecht, Arndt, Aschblef?, Baumgartner, Barman, Becher / Becker, Besser, Bich, Bischoff, Bosler, Brauer, Breier, Breiner, Dachert, Deisner, Dieterle, Ehrlich, Eich, Eib, Eip?, Eirich, Eisengut? , Ephraim, Ernst, Eulenburg?, Flath, Flaumer, Foss, Frank, Geiner?, Geist, Gerlach/Gerloch, Glas / Glass, Goleisen?, Gotz, Graf, Graff, Gretz / Kretz, Grazer / Graser / Grasser, Grun, Hefel / Heffel / Heffele, Heidelbach, Heinz / Heintz, Herd / Herdt, Horst, Huber, Hubert, Ibenblad ?, Imenderfer ?, Jutz, Kabobel, Kahl, Kaltenschuh, Keil, Keiner, Keller, Kepler ?, Klauser, Knedler, Krek, Krispens, Langholff / Langholf, Lieb, Lotz ?, Mai, Maksam?, Marquardt, Meier, Metzler, Mill / Muhl, Moninger, Muller, Nagel, Neigel, Neiwert, Nuss, Offenhaus, Old, Opfer, Pesern?, Printz, Rau, Raum, Rausch, Repp, Rescher, Riel / Riehl, Riesse / Riese, Sauer, Sauerwein, Schenk, Schimpf, Schindler, Schlotthauer, Schmidt, Schmunk, Schneider, Schon, Schreb, Schuber, Schuckman, Schultz / Schulz, Schwab, Seifert / Seiffert, Shirad, Siegfried, Simon, Spatz?, Spielman, Sprenkel?, Spring, Stiehfeld, Stroh, Strub, Tosch?, Vogel, Walenfelsh?, Wasemiller/ Wassemiller / Wassenmiller, Weber, Weimer, Weiner, Weirauch, Weitzel, Wentz / Wenz, Wenzel, Will, Wolf / Wolff, Wollert, Ziegler, Zulauf, Zweitzig

posted by Lana (X) H