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Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

Linda Duffield (View posts)
Posted: 28 Aug 2002 11:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Sep 2003 6:20PM GMT
Surnames: Schwabenland, Reinhardt
There was a great, great grandmother, Katherina or Elisabetha Schwabenland of Straub, Russia who married a Reinhardt. I've meant a women name Emma Schwabenland through the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. Do you know either of these women? Have you conducted any genealogy on the Schwabenland name? Are any of your family members from the German Russian colonies established as a result of the migrations during the 1760s from Germany to Russia? Linda

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

gaiamater (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jul 2004 12:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schwabenland, Giebelhaus, Kunzel, Miller
Hi, I'm Kay McCarrier and I am Emma Schwabenland's niece. My mother Ann Elizabeth was her baby sister. Unfortunately I didn't know her very well because she was always in Europe. There is a Katharina Steitz(d. 1865) who married Johan Konrad S.(1807-1877) Is this who you are searching for? Feel free to Email me- I'm on a genealogy trip right now. Kay

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

Linda Duffield (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jul 2004 8:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schwabenland, Bitter, Lust, Weber, Hermann, Reinhardt
Thanks for responding. What were you pursuing on your genealogy trip? I met your aunt, Emma Schwabenland, and she didn't think that we were related, but I'd love to discuss with you what is in your genealogy about the Schwabenlands, because we might find a distant tie. I really don't have anything else about the Schwabenlands except my g.g.grandmother's name. Linda Duffield

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

phylmitch57 (View posts)
Posted: 7 Sep 2008 3:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am researching Schwabenland and Roth. Both of my grandparents came from Russia Germany when they were very young children.

My Grandmother is Christine Schwabenland and she had a sister named Emma. Her other siblings were Lydia, Henry, Amolie (some have changed it to Amelia). Her parents were Frederick Schwabenland and Katherine Rudolph.

Does it sound like a connection?

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

phylmitch57 (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jan 2009 5:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Roth & Schwabenland
I am so sorry I didn't get your answer before.

Yes, both the Roth and Schwabenlands come from Russia. Emma Schwabenland was one of my grandmother's sisters. The Emma I'm related to was born in 1906 in Fresno, CA.

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

phylmitch57 (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jan 2009 5:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Apparently, my great grandfather married Elizabeth and then Katherine Rudolph. My Grandmother is Katherine's child. He had 2 families and Elizabeth and Katherine were sisters.

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

LindaDuffield46 (View posts)
Posted: 11 Feb 2009 5:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, I've just reread all of the messages since 2002. I misspoke about my great grandmother's marriage to a Reinhardt. My great - great-grandparents were Friederich Hermann from Laub, who married Marie Elisabetha Schwabenland from Straub. I don't know much else about them. I have 2 pictures, one of them in each of the pictures. I'm estimating their births about 1850; they died sometime after 1913. They were alive when my grandmother when my grandmother, Amalia Bitter immigrated to the US in 1913 with her parents Peter and Marie Christine (Hermann) Bitter. Do you have any genealogy that goes back to Russia around 1850's in either Straub or Laub? Linda Duffield

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

phylmitch57 (View posts)
Posted: 11 Feb 2009 9:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
What I have and this was written by my father is Katherine and her husband Frederick started in Schwab, Germany and from there went to Straub. They came to the states in approximately 1901. The year of birth I have for Katherine is 1884. I'm not sure this is going to connect. Lots of similar names and that's the confusing part.

Re: Katherina or Elisabetha Scwabenland

Calvin6000 (View posts)
Posted: 11 Aug 2011 3:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Geneaological Society in Salt Lake City, may have information to help you with the name changes. They have alot more information than Ancestry.

Calvin7000
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