Herzog (Susly), Russia

Herzog (Susly), a German Catholic colony, was established on the "wiessen seite"  or "meadow side" of the Volga River on the 14th of June 1766. The Russian name for Herzog, "Susly" means "Hops".

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Herzog was a daughter parish of Rohleder 1897.  It became it's own parish in 1904.

Priests
Gabriel Gwamaradse
1904-1905

Alois Vondrau
1895 - ?

Johannes Schneider
June 1906 - ?

Rohleder Parish Supplied Priest
Georg Baier
1909 - 1910

Gottleib Beratz
1911 - 1921

Alois Oks
1928

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

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Resarch Material Available
Archival Records Available

Census Books

 

Kulberg List

First Settlers List

1834 Census 

1850 Census

1857 Census

1879-1912 Family List

Birth Records

(Not Complete Years

1889

1908

1909

1914

Marriage Records

 1880

1909

1914

Death Records

1909

1914

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