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Heubuden, Marienburg, Westpreußen, Preußen Mennonite Church

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Mennonite Early History

Heubuden Mennonite Church
In 1565 there were in the area of Heubuden some Mennonite renters who were making their payments to the Koczelitzki. Until the middle of the 17th century the congregation apparently had no preacher. In 1662 Herrenhagen was settled.
Heubuden was a village in the former Free City of Danzig, three miles northwest of Marienburg, the seat of the former Mennonite congregation Heubuden-Marienburg, which was the largest rural congregation of East Germany.[1]

Mennonite's in the 18th Century

The king of Poland reinvigorated the collection of a "protection tax" for Jews and Mennonites in 1750.[2] This drove many into financial ruin,[2] adding to the difficulties of their social environment. They struggled to maintain their religious identity, and continue to honor their traditions (such as adult only baptisms).[2] Although the Mennonites were allowed to be free from military service once Prussia assumed rule;[3] it was tied to the right to own land.[2] Many Prussian Mennonites left to settle in southern Russia, where they could own land.[2]

Tim Janzen's Ancestors

Isaac Born and his children[4] Tim's 6th great-grandfather
  1. Isaac Born b. 1730, m. Anna Enns 1776 in Heubuden
  2. Isaac Born b. 1767, bp. 1787 in Heubuden
  3. Peter Isaak Born b. 1769, bp. 1790 in Heubuden
  4. Helena Born b. 1772, bp. 1790 in Heubuden
  5. Jacob Issac Born b. 1773, bp. 1792 in Heubuden
  6. Franz Born b. 1782, bp. 1799 in Heubuden
Susanna (von Dyck) (Regier) Matthies family Tim's 6th great-grandmother
  1. Susanna (von Dyck) Regier b. 1720, poss born & bp in Heubuden
  2. Margaretha (Matthies) Wiens b. 1752 Heubuden, bp. ?
  3. Anna (Matthies) Klaassen b. 1755 Heubuden
Susanna's parents Tim's 7th great-grandparents
  1. Jakob von Dyck b. 1661 Heubuden, d. 1748 Heubuden
  2. Hanneke (Conrad) von Dyck b. 1662 Heubuden, d. 1729 Heubuden
Susanna's grandparents Tim's 8th great grandparents
  1. Isaak Conrad b. 1638 Heubuden, d. 1709 Heubuden
  2. Maria (Suckau) Conrad b. 1640, d. aft 1662 Heubuden

Collateral Ancestors

  1. Margaretha Isaak (Klassen) Dyck b. 1779 (Heubuden listed in sources)
  2. Margaretha (Konrad) Klassen b. 1752, bp Heubuden
  3. Abraham Regier b. 1735, d. 1806 in Heubuden


Sources

  1. "Heubuden (Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland)," Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online (Gameo.org), viewed 12 April 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Mannhardt, H.G., Victor G. Doerksen, Mark Jantzen, John D. Thiesen, Tomasz Ropiejko. "The Danzig Mennonite Church: Its Origin and History from 1569—1919, Church History and Religious Culture Vol. 88, No. 2 (2008), pp. 296-298 (3 pages).
  3. The freedom from military service was granted in 1789 by Wilhelm II.
  4. "Mennonite Baptisms in Heubuden, West Prussia: 1770-1799" (MennoniteGenealogy.com), viewed 12 April 2021
See Also
  • "Prussian Mennonite Genealogical Resources," (MennoniteGenealogy.com), viewed 12 April 2021 [This has many links to various Mennonite records]
  • "West Prussian Mennonite Church Records & Land Records" (Many-Roads.com), viewed 12 April 2021.




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