Anna Waltner

1849: Jacob Stucky marries Anna Waltner. (1)

  Eight children grew to maturity.

1851 May 29: Jacob is elected to the Mennonite ministry. (1)

1861: A Mennonite congregation moves from Eduardsdorf (Poutchy) to the area of Kotosufka and Neumanufka. (2)

1862 Sep 29: Jacob is ordained as Elder. (1)

A church is built between Kotosufka and Neumanufka, and it is served by Elder Jacob Stucky. (2)

?? What to say about deteriorating living conditions in Volhynia? -- dg 2012 May 12

1874: Anna Waltner dies shortly before the Aug 6 emigration. (1)

Notes

1. Harley J. Stucky, "Stucky, Jacob (1824-1893)," gameo.org/index.php?...acob_%281824-1893%29 (GAMEO, 2013; accessed 2011 Aug 6).

2. Martin H. Schrag, "Neumannovka and Kutuzovka (Volhynia, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine)," gameo.org/index.php?...r_Oblast,_Ukraine%29 (GAMEO, 2013; accessed 2011 Aug 6).

Related Works

o Jerold A. Stahly, "The Swiss-Volhynian Stucki and Kaufman Ancestors" in Mennonite Family History (Elverson, PA: Mennonite Family History, 1989 Oct).

o Jerold A. Stahly, "Joseph and Elisabeth Mündlein, Amish Mennonite Leaders in Galicia and Poland" in Mennonite Family History (Elverson, PA: Mennonite Family History, 1990 Jan).

o Jerold A. Stahly, "Mennonite and Amish Identities among the Swiss Volhynians in Europe" (SMCHA). Also www.swissmennonite.o...hive/2003/200305.pdf (2003 May; accessed 2011 Aug 4).

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