Nikolaus Resch

Nikolaus Resch was born about 1746 in Salmünster, Hesse, Germany to Johannes Resch and Anna Margaretha --. Nikolaus settled at Hildmann, Saratov, Russia 20 June 1767, along with his widowed mother and siblings. Nikolaus, married first -- -- (name not known) and second Margaretha Hoffmann. Margaretha was born about 1770.

Nikolaus's children by his first wife are:
  1. Adam Resch, born about 1777 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married -- -- (the Hildmann 1834 census lists Adam with children but no wife listed - he had probably married a woman who had died by the time of that census).
  2. Probably Conrad Resch, born about 1779 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married 1) Barbara Reis. Barbara was (b. abt. 1772, m. 1) Johann Gallinger) and probably 2) -- -- (name not known), died in 1823 (Hildmann 1834 census).
  3. Magdalena Resch, born about 1781 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
  4. Katharina Resch, born about 1783 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
  5. Bartolomäus Resch, born about 1786 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia, married Barbara --.
Nikolaus and Margaretha's children are:
  1. Nikolaus Resch, born about 1790 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
  2. Michael Resch, born about about 1792 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
  3. Elisabeth Resch, born about 1795 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.
  4. Anna Maria Resch, born about 1798 in Hildmann, Saratov, Russia.


Sources: 

  1. Pleve, Igor, Einwanderung in das Wolgagebiet 1764-1767, Band 2 (Kolonien Galka - Kutter), Göttingen: Nordost-Institut, 2001.
  2. 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.
  3. Church records of Semenovka parish from Saratov Province State Archive. Retrieved by Wadim Eichmann and extracted by Michelle Boyd.
  4. Larson, Rosemary Wiesner (trans.), Hildmann (Panovka), Saratov Province, Russia 1834 Census (24 Nov 1834), Mendota Heights, MN, 2008. [not copied below due to restrictions]
  5. 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.



First Settlers List
Kolonie Hildmann
(russicher Ortsname: Panovka)
gegründet am 15. Mai 1767

22. Resch, Anna Margaretha, 50, kath., Ackerbäuerin aus Salmünster
Witwe
Kinder: Nikolaus, 21; Johann Adam, 18; Johann Melchior, 16; Anna Maria, 14
in der Kolonie eingetroffen am 20.6.1767
erhalten vom Vormundschaftskontor in Saratov 25 Rbl., 2 Pfd., 1 Zaum, 1 Kummet, 1 Unterwagen, 2 Achsen, 1 Gabeldeichsel, 1 Fimerstrang, 1 Krummholz, 1 Sattel mit Sattelgurt, 10 Sažen' Seil, 2 Sensen, 2 Äxte
1768 gab es in der Wirtschaft 2 Pfd.
, 1 Kuh, gesät: 7 Četverik Roggen

Source: Pleve, Igor, Einwanderung in das Wolgagebiet 1764-1767, Band 2 (Kolonien Galka - Kutter), Göttingen: Nordost-Institut, 2001.


1798 Census
Hildmann
Hd26        Nikolaus Resch                          h        50
                 Margaretha Hoffmann       
    sp       28
                 Nikolaus                                     s          8

                 Michael                                     s          6
                
Elisabeth                                    d         3

                 Anna Maria                               d         1/4
                 Adam                                         s          21       son by his deceased wife
                 
Bartolomäus                              s          12       son by his deceased wife
                 
Magdalena                              d         17
      daughter by his deceased wife
                 Katharina                                   d         15
      daughter by his deceased wife

Workers: 2
Horses: 5
Cows: 9
Sheep: 12
Swine: 10
Geese: 7
Chickens: 15
Planted - 1796/1797
Rye: 4 chetvert 3 chetverik
Wheat:
4 chetvert 3 chetverik
Barley:
1 chetvert
Oats:
4 chetvert 3 chetverik
Millet:
2 chetverik
Potatoes:
1 chetvert 2 chetverik
Harvested - 1797
Rye: 12 chetvert 4 chetverik
Wheat:
8 chetvert 6 chetverik
Barley:
5 chetvert
Oats:
7 chetvert 4 chetverik
Millet:
10 chetvert
Potatoes:
6 chetvert
2 chetverik

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
 
Workers: 1
Horses: 4
Cows: 12
Sheep: 9
Swine: 5
Geese: 2
Chickens: 6
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.


Church Records
...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.


[Jan 1828]
Colony: Keler
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
Image: 2

Source: Church records of Semenovka parish from
Saratov Province State Archive. Retrieved by Wadim Eichmann and extracted by Michelle Boyd.




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