Conrad Resch and Barbara Reis
Conrad Resch was born about 1779 and was of Hildmann, Saratov, Russia. He was listed in a separate household than any other Reschs (except his wife) in 1798 and there are no known existing church records in Hildmann at the time of his birth, so it is difficult to determine who his parents were with absolute certainty. However, he was almost certainly the grandson of the widow Anna Margaretha Resch, who settled in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, as there are no other Reschs in the colony. Clues as to which of her sons was his father can be found by looking at church records. A Bartolomeus Resch and his wife Barbara was listed as the godparents in Conrad's daughter Barbara's 1807 birth record. A Bartholomeus Resch was also one of the witnesses at Barbara's wedding (the other witness being a member of the groom's mother's family). This implies a close relationship between Conrad's family and Bartholomeus and that Bartholomeus was old enough in 1807 to have a wife. A look at the Hildmann 1798 census reveals only one person by that name, Bartolomäus Resch, son of Nikolaus Resch by his unnamed first wife. Conrad was most likely the son of Nikolaus Resch, making Bartolomäus a younger brother and a likely person to serve as both the godfather and marriage witness for Barbara Resch.
Conrad married Barbara Reis. Barbara was born about 1772 and had married first Johann Gallinger. Barbara's parents are not currently known but she was likely the daughter of one of two couples named Reiss who settled in Hildmann in 1767, Adam and Katharina Reiss or Wilhelm and Katharina Reiss. Both Adam and Wilhelm were from Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany and were likely related to each other, perhaps even brothers. Click here to learn more about the Reiss family.
Conrad and Barbara lived in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia in 1798, along with Barbara's children by her first husband. Conrad likely had a second wife whose name is not now known. This is implied by the fact that Barbara would have been in her late fifties when Conrad's two youngest children, Anna Elisabeta and Magdalena, were born. It is known that Conrad was married to Barbara in 1798 and she was listed as daughter Barbara's mother, so it is safe to say that she was the mother of Maria Eva and Johannes as well. It is not known when Barbara died and therefore, whether she was the mother of Jakob, Heinrich, Konrad, and Katerina.
Conrad died in 1823 (Hildmann 1834 census). No wife was listed in the 1834 census and it can be assumed that she had died by the time of the census as well.
Johann and Barbara's children are:
Conrad and Barbara's children are (the information below comes from the Hildmann 1834 census, except for information on Barbara):
- Juliana Gallinger, born about 1790 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Elisabeth Gallinger, born about 1792 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Friedrich Gallinger, born about 1795 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, died in 1817 (Hildmann 1834 census).
Conrad also had the following children by either Barbara or an unknown second wife (the information below comes from the Hildmann 1834 census, except for information on Jakob's probable second wife):
- Maria Eva Resch, born about 1802 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Johannes Resch, born about 1805 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married Elisabeta Schamberger (b. abt. 1804).
- Barbara Resch, born 28 Apr 1807 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married Franz Xavier Schäfer (b. 11 July1806 in Köhler, Saratov, Russia to Georg Anton Schäfer and Catharina Elisabetha Bellentier, bp. 15 Jul 1806 in Semenovka parish, Saratov, Russia) 22 Jan 1828 in Köhler, Saratov, Russia.
Conrad's children, almost certainly by an unknown second wife, are:
- Jakob Resch, born about 1811 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married 1) Eleanora Huss (b. abt. 1814) and probably 2) Elisabetha --. Jakob was probably the Jacobus Resch who was a witness at sister Barbara's wedding.
- Heinrich Resch, born about 1813 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, died in 1833.
- Konrad Resch, born about 1819 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Katerina Resch, born about 1824 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Anna Elisabeta Resch, born about 1830 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Magdalena Resch, born about 1831 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
- Mai, Brent Alan, 1798 Census of the German Colonies along the Volga: Economy, Population, and Agriculture, Volumes 1 and 2, Lincoln, NE: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1999.
- Church records of Semenovka parish from Saratov Province State Archive. Retrieved by Wadim Eichmann and extracted by Michelle Boyd.
- Forwarded information from Wadim Eichmann, reporting the research in the Saratov archives by Dr. Igor Pleve, quoted in: Boyd, Darryl, "Barbara Resch of Hildmann," email to Michelle Boyd, 16 Jan 2020.
- Larson, Rosemary Wiesner (trans.), Hildmann (Panovka), Saratov Province, Russia 1834 Census (24 Nov 1834), Mendota Heights, MN, 2008. [not copied below due to restrictions]
Hd29 Konrad Resch h 19
Barbara Reis sp 26 deceased husband: Johann Gallinger
Friedrich Gallinger ss 3 father: Johann Gallinger
Juliana Gallinger sd 8 father: Johann Gallinger
Elisabeth Gallinger sd 6 father: Johann Gallinger
Planted - 1796/1797
Rye: 2 chetvert
Wheat: 2 chetvert 4 chetverik
Barley: 1 chetvert
Oats: 2 chetvert
Millet: 1 chetverik
Potatoes: 1 chetvert
Harvested - 1797
Rye: 2 chetvert 4 chetverik
Wheat: 5 chetvert
Barley: 2 chetvert
Oats: 5 chetvert
Millet: 4 chetvert
Potatoes: 5 chetvert
Source: Mai, Brent Alan, 1798 Census of the German Colonies along the Volga: Economy, Population, and Agriculture, Volumes 1 and 2, Lincoln, NE: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, 1999.
...Barbara was born and baptized on 28.04.1807 in Hildmann (Panovka). She was daughter of Conrad Resch and Barbara Reis, godparents were Bartholomeus Resch and his wife Barbara. ...
Source: Forwarded information from Wadim Eichmann, reporting the research in the Saratov archives by Dr. Igor Pleve, quoted in: Boyd, Darryl, "Barbara Resch of Hildmann," email to Michelle Boyd, 16 Jan 2020.
Text: Die 22. Ego [S. Con.?] V. Swartz: Pramises 3bus bannis facto previo examine nulloq. delecto impedimento, benedici matrimonium contractum inter Sponsam Juvenam Franciscum Schafer et virg: Barbarum Reschin ex colonia Panowka Parochia Kamens: Testes: Francisius Belentir et Bartholomeus Resch.
Translation: The 22nd day. I, [??] V. Swartz, having previously announced banns three times found no impediment, blessed the marriage between spouses young man [unmarried man] Franz Schafer and virgin [unmarried woman] Barbara Resch from the colony of Panovka [Hildmann] [Kamenka parish?]. Witnesses: Franz Belentir and Bartholomeus Resch.
Marriage parties: Franciscus Schefer et Barbara Reschin
Year collection: 1828
Place of birth: Keler
Text: Die 3. Ego qui sup: bap: Inf: Nne Barbaram natam 2: CC LL Franciscus Schäfer et Barbara Reschin LW: Jacobus Resch cum
Elisabetha uxore sua
Translation: The 3rd day. I, aforenamed [Vincentius Snarsky], baptized the infant named Barbara born the 2nd. Legitimate spouses Franz Schäfer and Barbara Resch. Witnesses: Jacob Resch with Elisabetha his wife
Nomen et cognomen [names]: Barbara Schäfferin
Year collection: 1830
Source: Church records of Semenovka parish from Saratov Province State Archive. Retrieved by Wadim Eichmann and extracted by Michelle Boyd.
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