Liebental (Lubonironvka), Russia

Liebental (Lubonironvka), Russia was established in 1859 as a daughter colony of Mariental (Tonkoshurovka), Russia.  After 3-4 generations, there was a need for additional land so daughter villages were established for these young men and women from from Mariental, Graf, Louis, Rohleder, Wittmann and Herzog.  

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Libental′ (Liebental), also Lûbomirovka-the German colony, Nizhne-Karamanskoj parish, Novouzenskogo County, the Samara province (until October 1918). Located under 46° 51 ' East. longitude and 51° 17 ' n. latitude, on the right bank of the river where the Vetelka b. its confluence in r. Nahoj, 458 miles from the city of Samara, 123 miles from the county town of Novouzenska and in 3 versts from the parish village of Aleksanderge. The distance to the nearest railway station Nahoj-6 versts. Subsidiary of colony. According to Klaus (our colony) founded in 1859 g. name-arbitrary.

According to statements of the colonies of foreign settlers, consisting of the Ministry of State property, colony Libental′ belonged to the Niderkaramanskomu district Novouzenskogo County the Samara province, being given to audit 9 1850 on 15 acres per person, according to the plans of economic land allotment comfortable shooting shows 7549.7 acres with superfluous. On 10th 1857 audit on 501 original male soul put on 10.3 acres per person.

In the second half of the 19th century from Libental′ there was emigration to America. In 1878 Gg. moved 12 people there.

According to the first census of the Russian Empire in 1897, the number of residents here was 1215 soul of both sexes, including 1203-Germans.

According to the Samara Gubernia Statistical Committee for the year 1910 in the village of Libental′ was considered a 223 yard with male 757 622-female, all male and female citizens was like shower 1379-owners, Germans Catholics. The number of allotment land comfortable displaying 7549 acres, uncomfortable-1727 acres. The village was the Roman Catholic Church, 2 schools, 3 wind mills. Annually, 1 March (old style) here has fair, called Libental′skoj, and lasted 4 days. The main traded at the fair was the livestock. On obŝepolicejskomu management of Libental′ village was 1-m.

Catholic parish of Libental′ was established in 1861.

After the formation of the labour commune (autonomous region) of the Germans of the Volga region and to eliminate ASSR in 1941, village Libental′ is the administrative center of the Libental′skogo Village Council Mariental′skogo Canton. According to the 1926 census yr. village was inhabited solely by the Germans and had 113 households, with a population of 291 soul 276 male-female, only 567 shower of both sexes. In 1926, in Libental′skij village was one s. Libental′.

From wolgadeutsche.net in Russian  http://wolgadeutsche.net/list/liebental.htm 

Population of the Liebental

*of whom 1,203 were German

** of whom 131 households were German

1861 Heads of Families

Aselborn - Mariental

Becker - Mariental

Beier - Herzog

Beil - Graf

Benz - Rohleder

Berns - Louis

Braun - Herzog, Louis

Brungardt - Herzog

Dening - Herzog

Deringer - Rohleder

Dillmann - 

Donad - Graf

Doppler - Rohleder

Eckhard - Louis

Enslinger - Mariental

Geier - Graf

Gerber - Graf

Getz (Goetz) - Herzog

Glocker - Rohleder

Graf - Herzog

Greifeldinger - Louis

Gross - Mariental

Haas - Mariental 

Hein - Louis

Herget - Graf

Hermann - Mariental

Herrhauser - Graf

Hess - Mariental

Hoffman - Rohleder

Jost - Mariental

Kapp - Rohleder

Kenner - Herzog

Kessler - Mariental

Kinderknecht - Mariental

Kmaub - Mariental

Knoll - Herzog

Kreutzer - Rohleder

Kuhn - Herzog

Lechleider - Louis

Lechleider - Louis

Leidecker - Graf

Linenberger - Herzog

Meier - Louis

Mermis - Herzog

Mertes - Mariental

Mohr/Mahr - Rohleder

Obholz - Louis

Paul - Rohleder

Peter - Louis

Quindt - Louis

Reichert - Mariental

Rischi - Mariental

Roettger - Rohleder

Rohr - Mariental

Rome - Herzog

Schaefer - Louis

Schamber - Louis

Schmidt - Rohleder

Schoenberger - Mariental, Rohleder

Schreiner - Herzog, Rohleder

Schunk - Mariental

Schwarz - Louis

Spies - Louis

Storm - Herzog

There - Louis

Trikole - Louis

Walter - Rohleder

Wasinger - Graf

Weber - Rohleder

Weirich - Louis

Wilger - Louis

Windholz - Herzog

Wittmann - Rohleder

Wolf - Mariental

1874 Heads of Families

Asselborn

Bayer

Becker

Beil

Benz

Berns

Biel

Billinger

Bochsich

Bollig

Boni

Braun

Brungardt

Dack

Denning

Desert

Dillman

Dinkel

Dobbler

Donau

Dreiling

Eckhardt

Enslinger

Fritz

Gall (Hall)

Genzerblum

Gerber

Gerstner

Gloker

Graf

Grafeldinger

Gross

Grunewald

Haas

Hein

Heitz

Hepp

Herrhauser

Herrman

Hertz

Hess

Hoffman

Jost

Kapp

Kenner

Kessler

Kinderknecht

Klein

Knaub

Kohl

Kreutzer

Kuhn

Leichleidner

Leidecker

Linenberger

Maier

Matthias

Mays

Mermis

Mertes

Miller

Mohr

Obholz

Paul

Peter(s)

Pink

Quindt

Randa

Reichert

Resch

Rische

Rogger

Rohr

Schaeffer

Schamber

Schmidt

Schoenberger

Schreiner

Schuler

Schunk

Schwartz

Spies, Spiess

Storm

There

Thrikole

Walter

Wasinger

Weber

Weirich

Wilger

Windholz

Wittman

Wolf

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