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Zug
(Gattung), a German Catholic colony, was established on the "Wiesenseite"  or "meadow side" of the Volga River on the 10th of August 1767 by Baron Caneau de Beauregard.

Population of the Village
YEAR Households Total Male Female
1767        
1769   133    
1773 43 157 84 73
1788 37 196 99 97
1798 40 238 125 116
1816 66 415 215 200
1834 106 783 406 377
1850 150 1,357 675 682
1857 195 1,420 714 706
1859   1,339    
1883   1,996    
1889   2,127    
1897   2,415    
1905   2,975    
1910 448 3,216 1,645 1,571
1912   3,606    
1926 169 2,435   1,248
     1931          2,813           

 

Ivan Ihl and his family from Zug (Gattung), Russia. 
This family lived in Zug before the World War II.
The photo was taken after World War II at the Ural.
Photo courtesy of Olga Ihl

According to researcher, Dr. Igor Pleve, he lists those first settlers in his book "Einwanderung in das Wolgagebeit, 1764-1767, Band 2" as:

1798 HEADS of FAMILIES:  Albert, Bartis, Bauer, Becker, Berg, Biel, Bittingheimer, Blessi, Bock, Braun, Decker, Deisel, Depperschmidt, Diehl, Dieter, Dornhof / Dornhoff, Emer ?, Engel, Fablering, Foos, Fuchs, Gaikin, Gateau, Glaser / Glasser, Gorsch, Gotz, Hahn, Hammerschmidt, Hecht, Heckman, Heiligmeier, Herman, Ihl, Johann, Karl, Kauzlin?, Flack / Flag, Gerold, Glass, Grab, Grepin, Kirchhessen, Kirchlesser, Klaus, Kleispies, Knoll, Kohn, Konig, Kraus, Kuntz, Laideman, Lang, Lattigan, Lechner, Leiner, Louis, Lurie?, Mai, Mash?, Marsch, Martens / Martins, Marx, Meier, Meis, Metzler, Neustadt,Mitter, Muller, Paul, Pfannenstiel, Pichmeier, Pihl, Qui?, Reberger, Regner, Ross, Rossman, Schmidt, Schneider, Schley, Schmelzer, Schon, Schraus, Schuck, Schuy ?, Schwie ?, Seiler, Simon, Stecklein, Stengel, Strauss, Tornef, Trouba, Urich, Weiman, and Weisbecker

1834 HEADS of FAMILIES:

1857 Index of Surnames from Census:

 

   

 

 The Parish church was made out of wood.

Priests

1887
Vacant

1895 - 1898
Philipp Becker

1898 - ?
Johannes Wasinger

Around the year 1909
Johannes Bach

1906 - 1914
Alexander Staub

1928
Johannes Herrmann

Religion Teacher
1914
X. Dornhof

From the book
"Die Kirchen und das
Religiose Leben der
Russlanddeutschen"
Katholischer Teil
by Joseph Schnurr



REASEARCH
MATERIAL
AVAILABLE

Kulberg List

1798 Census

1834 Census

1857 Census


Birth Records
1880 - 1882
1893
1909
1910
1912


Marriage Records
1875
1883 (not complete)
1886 (not complete)
1887 (not complete)
1897 (complete)

Death Records


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