Neufeld, Maria (Kroeker), 1870-

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Neufeld, Maria (Kroeker), 1870-

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1870-

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Maria Neufeld (nee maria Kroeker) was born in 1870 to Jacob Kroeker and Anna Zacharias. In 1875 she left Russia with her parents to start life again in Schoenwiese, Manitoba. She married Johann Nuefled in 1890 and they had eleven children. Between 1909 and 1913 the Neufeld family moved to Lost River, SK where Maria's father moved to in 1912. During WWI governments in SK and MB forced families to send children to public schools in an attempt at greater assimilation with the anglo-Canadian culture. Maria, Johan and some of their children moved to Paraguay to establish Menno Colony in 1926.

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Schoenwiese, Manitoba
Reinland, Manitoba
Lost River, Saskatchewan
Bergthal, Menno Colony, Paraguay

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GRANDMA ID: 229954

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Kroeker, Jacob, 1836-1914 (1836-1914)

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Kroeker, Jacob, 1836-1914

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Neufeld, Maria (Kroeker), 1870-

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Neufeld, Johann A., 1869-1950 (1869-1950)

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CA-MHC-2016

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Neufeld, Johann A., 1869-1950

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Neufeld, Maria (Kroeker), 1870-

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