ROLL-Related Family Surnames which came from Felsenberg: MISCHEL, ROLL
Current Ukraine town name: VELIDAROVKA
Felsenberg (Velidarovka) area on-line map
Felsenburg is a Catholic German colony founded in 1860 about 32 miles east of the large Russian town of Wosnessensk (Voznesens'k), in the Falanez Precinct (Rayon), Nikolajew County (Generalbezirt). The current Ukraine/Russian name is Velidarovka. The village was first settled by citizens from Landau, South Russia, and is additionally considered a daugher colony of Katharinental and Speyer. Another source states: "FELSENBURG: 1) Gov. Cherson, Post Jelanec. 2) Gov. Cherson, Kreis Cherson, Post. Kriwoi-Rog, Wolost Michailowka" (a 1913 list doesn't show "Felsenburg," but it shows "Felsengut," founded in 1883).
BAUMANN (EWZ 1907), BERNHARDT, BERGER (EWZ 1902), BLUMENSHEIN, BULLINGER, FISCHER (EWZ 1879), GAAB (EWZ 1913), HEIDT, HEISER, HERTZ (from Speier), HOFF (from Landau), JAEGER (EWZ 1919), KUHN (EWZ 1908), LEINGANG, MISCHEL*, MOCK (EWZ 1908), MOSBRUCKER (from Landau), OLHEISER, ROLL*, SCHAEFER (EWZ 1872), SCHAFF (EWZ 1882), SCHMALZ (EWZ 1912), SCHWAB (EWZ 1902), SCHARDT (EWZ 1918), WANNER (EWZ 1908), WETSCH
Catholic parish house in Felsenberg. (1998 picture source: www.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu) At its founding, there was no church in Felsenberg, so the inhabitants had to attend church in Christina to the southwest.