Johann Peter Hoffmann and Katherina Bauer

Johann Peter Hoffmann was born in 1768 was of Rohleder, Novouzensk, Samara, Russia. He was probably the son of Johannes Hoffmann and Barbara — (as they are the only Hoffmanns in Rohleder old enough to be his parents). He moved to Graf, Saratov, Russia in 1795.

Peter married Katherina Bauer in 1794 in Graf, Saratov, Russia. Katherina was born in 1777 to Peter Bauer and Anna Elisabeta Klunk and was of Schäfer, Saratov, Russia.

Peter and Katherina’s children are: 

    1. Maria Elisabeta Hoffmann, born in 1795 in Graf, Saratov, Russia.
    1. Johann Georg Hoffmann, born in 1797 in Graf, Saratov, Russia.
    1. Michael Hoffmann, born in 1810 in Graf, Saratov, Russia, married Anna Maria Kuhn.

    Sources: 

    1. Kholmatov, Bachtiar (trans.), No. 2796, Description of the Saratov colony of Krutoyarovka also known as Graf, No. 77, Lincoln, NE:  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1995.
    2. Rye, Richard (trans.), Raskaty/Rohleder 1798 Census, Lincoln, NE:  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1995.
    3. Rye, Richard (trans.), Lipovka/ Schäfer 1798 Census, Lincoln, NE:  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1995.


    Register completed for the Office [Kontora] of Immigrant Oversight by Fellow of the Chief Justice, Court Counsellor Popov, in the colony of Lipovka [Schäfer] about those foreigners of both sexes who have left the colony, and those maidens and widows who married in other colonies, as indicated by the community. June 10, 1798.

    No.

    Who departed the colony and where

    Year

    16.

    Maiden Katarina, daughter of Peter Bauer, married Peter Hoffman in Krutoyarovka [Graf]

    1794

     

    Source:  Rye, Richard (trans.), Lipovka/ Schäfer 1798 Census, Lincoln, NE:  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1995.




    Register done for the Office [Kontora] of Immigrant Oversight by Fellow of the Chief Justice, Court Counsellor Popov, in the colony of Raskaty [Rohleder], listing those foreigners of both sexes who left the colony for various places, and those maidens and widows who were given in marriage, as indicated by the community. June 1798.

    No.

     

    Year

    24.

    Johann Peter Hoffman moved to Krutoyarovka [Graf]

    1795

     

    Source:  Rye, Richard (trans.), Raskaty/Rohleder 1798 Census, Lincoln, NE:  American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1995.


    Peter Hoffmann                              30           Able to work                 From Raskaty (Rohleder)

    Wife:

    Katherina Bauer                              21                                                  From Lipovka (Schäfer)

     

    Son:

    Johann Georg                                 1           Not able to work

     

    Daughter:

    Maria Elisabeta                               3

     

    1 worker

    6 horses

    5 cows

    6 sheep

    4 swine

    10 chickens

     

    In 1796 and 1797, he planted:

    5 chetverik of rye

    2 chetvert of wheat

    4 chetverik of potatoes

     

    In 1798, he had a harvest of:

    5 chetvert of rye

    8 chetvert of wheat

     

    Source:  Krutoyarovka (Graf) 1798 census.



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