Person:Magdalena Penner (2)

Magdalena Penner
b.12 Feb 1764 Gross Werder, Prussia
m. 4 May 1756
  1. Christina Penner1757 - 1757
  2. Peter Penner1758 - 1758
  3. Christina Penner1759 -
  4. Peter Penner1761 - 1761
  5. Magdalena Penner1763 - 1763
  6. Magdalena Penner1764 - 1801
  7. Anna Penner1766 -
  8. Peter Penner1768 - 1768
  9. Peter Penner1770 - 1803
  10. Catharina Penner1773 - 1809
  11. Johann Penner1775 - 1807
  12. Maria Penner1778 - Bef 1807
  13. Elisabeth Penner1781 - 1781
m. abt 1782
  1. Maria Sawatzki1783 - 1784
  2. Peter Sawatzki1785 - 1806
  3. Johann Sawatzki1788 - 1794
  4. Helena Sawatzki1790 - 1800
  5. Salomon Sawatzki1792 - 1793
  6. Johann Sawatzki1794 - 1796
  7. Elisabeth Sawatzki1797 - 1807
  8. Maria Sawatzki1799 -
Facts and Events
Name Magdalena Penner
Alt Name Helena Penner
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 12 Feb 1764 Gross Werder, Prussia
Baptism[4] 1782 Rosenort, Gross Werder, Prussia
Marriage abt 1782 Prussiato Peter Sawatzki
Immigration[5] 1794 Chortitza Colony, South Russia
Death[3][1] 16 Apr 1801 Chortitza, Chortitza Colony, South Russia
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 summaries, 1793 immigrants #5 and #7, in Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich. Die niederländisch-niederdeutschen Hintergründe der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen: im 16., 18. und 19 Jahrhundert. (Karlsruhe-Rüppurr: B. H. Unruh, 1955)
    page 300.

    'Jost, Martin, Zeyersvorderkampen, nach ..., Chortitza, 1. 10 1793 heimlich ausgewandert [St. A. Kbsbg. 97/6].'
    'Sawatzki, Peter, 1. Blumenort, 2. Zeyersvorderkampen, geb. 4. 7. 1760, nach Chortitz, gest. 19. 5. 1843 Bergtal, verh. Penner, Helene, geb. 4. 2. 1764, nach Chortitz, gest. 16. 4. 1801 Chortitz, Ki Peter geb. 29. 5. 1785, Johann geb. 29. 6. 1788, Helene geb. 1. 4. 1790. Kein Besitz, heimlich ausgewandert [St. A. Kbsbg. 97/6].'

    Translation:
    Jost, Martin, Zeyersvorderkampen, to ..., Chortitza, 1. 10 1793 emigrated secretly [St. A. Kbsbg. 97/6].
    Sawatzki, Peter, 1. Blumenort, 2. Zeyersvorderkampen, born 4. 7. 1760, to Chortitz, died 19. 5. 1843 Bergtal, married Penner, Helene, born 4. 2. 1764, to Chortitz, died 16. 4. 1801 Chortitz, children Peter born 29. 5. 1785, Johann born 29. 6. 1788, Helene born 1. 4. 1790. No possessions, emigrated secretly [St. A. Kbsbg. 97/6].

  2. Danzig Mennonite Church. Kirchen- und Familienbuch der Mennonitengemeinde auf Stadtgebiet vor Danzig
    2:324.

    'Familien zu Hochzeit
    Martin Penner gebürtig im gross. Werder wohin auch daselbst ansässig gewesen, zu Brodsack; aber seit A[nn]o 1791 im herbst, zu Hochzeit, im ...
    ehelichte A[nn]o 1756 den 4 Maij Elisabeth Isaacken gebohren zu Rosen Ort ... [notes:] Martin Pener ... A[nn]o 1795 Monath Junii ... Heinr. Epp ... nach RussLand'

    translation: Families in Hochzeit
    Martin Penner, born in Gross Werder where he was also a resident at Brodsack, but since autumn 1791 at Hochzeit, in ... ,
    married 4 May 1756 Elisabeth Isaac, born in Rosen Ort ... notes: Martin Penner ... Jun 1795 ... [with] Heinrich Epp [set out] towards Russia

    Additional information in columns:
    Martin Penner, born 1734 Octbr 24, baptized in Tiegenhag, child of Hans Penner and Magdalena Wieben of Tiegenhagen
    Elisabeth Isaac, born 1736 Jan 6, baptized in Rosen Ort, child of Peter Isaac and Christina Entz of Rosen Ort
    Children:
    a. Christina Penner, born 1757 Marz 21, died 1757 Junii 12
    b. Peter Penner, born 1758 Octbr 1, died 1758 Nov 7
    c. Christina Penner, born 1759 Sept 20, baptized in Rosen Ort
    d. Peter Penner, born 1761 Octbr 4, died 1761 Nov 7
    e. Magdalena Penner, born 1763 Jan 21, died 1763 Jan 21
    f. Magdalena Penner, born 1764 Febr 12, baptized in Rosen Ort
    g. Anna Penner, born 1766 Augt 31, baptized in Rosen Ort
    h. Peter Penner, born 1768 Julii 27, died 1768 Nov 1
    i. Peter Penner, born 1770 Augt 18, baptized in Rosen Ort
    [no letter j]
    k. Catharina Penner, born 1773 Marz 4, baptized 1793 May 26
    l. Hans Penner, born 1775 Febr 6, baptized 1793 May 26
    m. Maria Penner, born 1778 April 12
    n. Elisabeth Penner, born 1781 Febr 11, died 1781 Febr 11

  3. Chortitza Colony Vital Records: 1801-1813: Odessa Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, Files 65, 98, 780, compiled b.

    1801 April, Peter Sawatzke's wife, death, Chortitz

  4. Mennonite Baptisms in Rosenort, West Prussia: 1782-1795, Glenn Penner (compiler and editor) online (www.mennon.
  5. 1795 census, Schönwiese not settled, in Unruh, Benjamin Heinrich. Die niederländisch-niederdeutschen Hintergründe der mennonitischen Ostwanderungen: im 16., 18. und 19 Jahrhundert. (Karlsruhe-Rüppurr: B. H. Unruh, 1955)
    page 244.

    'Flämische Mennoniten, angekommen 1794, noch nicht angesiedelt, gehören jedoch zum Verwaltungsbezirk. ...
    Peter Sawatski 30 J, Frau Helena 27, So Peter 10, To Helena 6, Knecht Martin Jost 24.'

    Translation:
    Flemish Mennonites who arrived in 1794, not yet settled, except for the administrative district [colony]. ...
    Peter Sawatski 30 yrs, wife Helena 27, son Peter 10, daughter Helena 6, servant/farmhand Martin Jost 24.

  6.   Chortitza II.23.6, in Schapansky, Henry. The old colony (Chortitza) of Russia: early history and first settlers in the context of the Mennonite Migrations. (Canada?: H. Schapansky, c2001)
    page 194.

    'Magdalena (Helena) [child of Martin Penner and Eliesabeth Isaac] (12.2.1764-16.4.1801)
    m. [as his first wife] Peter Sawatsky (4.7.1760-19.5.1843) Schönwiese 1795, Chortitza 1802, 1803, 1806
    [who married second] 4.5.1801 Margaretha Rempel (1780-28.3.1853)'