Early lists of Russlaender families in the Vineland area

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Title

Early lists of Russlaender families in the Vineland area

Description

Russlaender families arrived in the Vineland area as early as the summer of 1924 to help with the summer harvest. In the first years, there was much Russlaender movement in and out of the area. Until 1934 the congregation was composed of United Mennonites (as the Kirchliche became called in Ontario) and Mennonite Brethren who worshiped together.

The lists chosen for digitization are the most complete lists from those early years: Vineland Group in Ontario, Canada from 19 July 1924 to about 1925 (includes Winona); Family register of the Vineland group, Ontario from January 1, 1932 (includes Beamsville, Winona and Jordan).

Publisher

Mennonite Archives of Ontario

Date

1924-1925, 1932

Language

German

Type

Text

Identifier

XIII-2-2.3/14

Files

russlaender_vineland_1924_1925.pdf
russlaender_vineland_1932.pdf

Collection

Citation

Vineland United Mennonite Church, “Early lists of Russlaender families in the Vineland area,” Russlaender Immigrants to Ontario: Sources & Stories, accessed July 20, 2024, https://russlaender.omeka.net/items/show/13.