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Old 28th February 2007, 06:27
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Question Villages in the former Bessarabia/ Modova or Ukraine??

I'm seeking info on the following German villages (1800's). Not sure if this area (District Akkerman) is in Ukraine on the Black Sea or farther north in Moldova?? Any help here would be appreciated!!

My German ancestors lived in the following towns/villages in Bessarabia:

Kulm, Bessarabia now known as Podgornoje?

Dennewitz now know as Prijamobalka?

Sophiental now know as Sofiewka?

Beresina now known as Berezina or Beresino?

Kloestitz now known as Weseleja Dolina?

Tarutino now known as ??

Are any of these familiar to you? These may be Russian and not Ukrainian or Moldovan names, I'm not sure?

Any input would be appreciated!

John from Minneapolis, MN, USA
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Old 28th February 2007, 13:12
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Hi John,

You are welcome on the forum. Some time ago there was a long discussion about Germans in Ukraine here. I'd like you to read Genealogy section of the forum. Traditionally it is the most difficult problems.

You wrote all names very correctly and it looks you know geography and history of that region very well. Do you know which administrative part of Uktaine it possibly could be ( Odesa , Mykolaiv oblast ) ?

Germans lived for centuries in different parts of Ukraine ( in my region -Dnipropetrovsk as well). We have a strong German community now. If you have any questions about my region, I am happy to help you. The areas you mention are very far from me.

Hello from Ukraine. Good luck !
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I'm seeking info on the following German villages (1800's). Not sure if this area (District Akkerman) is in Ukraine on the Black Sea or farther north in Moldova?? Any help here would be appreciated!!

My German ancestors lived in the following towns/villages in Bessarabia:

Kulm, Bessarabia now known as Podgornoje?

Dennewitz now know as Prijamobalka?

Sophiental now know as Sofiewka?

Beresina now known as Berezina or Beresino?

Kloestitz now known as Weseleja Dolina?

Tarutino now known as ??

Are any of these familiar to you? These may be Russian and not Ukrainian or Moldovan names, I'm not sure?

Any input would be appreciated!

John from Minneapolis, MN, USA
If you know of these areas, please let me know if this is the region, west of Odessa, if they are in present day Ukraine or farther north in Moldova??

I don't have a current map of Bessarabia handy, will at some point though!!
I will post it at some point when that info is available to me!

John from Minneapolis, MN, USA
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Old 4th March 2007, 02:41
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All the villages and towns you have listed are in the Odesska (Odessa) Oblast/Region of Ukraine today.

Kulm, called Pidhirne today > Bilhorod-Dnistrovskij raion/district > Odesska Oblast > Ukraine, latest zip code 67741

Denewitz, called Prymobalka today > Artysyzkij (Artsyz) raion > Odesska Oblast > Ukraine , latest zip code 68443

Sophiental, called Sofiyevka today > Bilhorod-Dnistrovskij raion > Odesska Oblast > Ukraine, latest zip 67791

Beresina, called Berezyne today
> Tarutynskij (Tarutyn) raion > Odesska Oblast > Ukraine, latest zip code 68542-68543

Kloestitz, called Vesela Dolina (you have the name in Russian) > Tarutynskij raion> Ukraine, zip code 68544

Tarutino, called Tarutyn today, is the district center town of the Tautynskij raion/Tarutyn district > Odesska Oblast > Ukraine, zip 68500-502

All of the above can be found using Ukr names on Shtetlseeker.
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Bessarabia District, South Russia Map
Bessarabia District, South Russia Map

Village File Inventory - D
Village File Inventory - D

The NDSU Libraries: Germans From Russia
The NDSU Libraries: Germans From Russia
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Some general info re Bessarabian German Colonists:

Bessarabia Germans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bessarabia Germans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Old 4th March 2007, 06:03
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Hannia,

Thank you so much for your post/info about these villages! I really appreciate them! I am so happy to have this info. I am going to file these as essential information.

I'm also happy to hear that none of these villages are in present day Moldova, since I know that the information from such would be much harder to find there!..

Again, I thank you for your info!

john from Minneapolis, MN
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