Speier (Speyer), Beresan, Cherson, South Russia

ROLL-Related Family Surnames which came from Speier: DAUENHAUER, DEGELE, KUHN, SCHAFF/SCHAF/SCHAAF, STOCKERT
Current Ukraine town name: PISCANYJ BRID/PESTCHANY BROD

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Speier (Piscanyj Brid / Pestchany Brod) on-line map

SPEIER, SOUTH RUSSIA VILLAGE PHOTO

1909's Speier village photo.

1942 Speier wedding music.


SPEIER, SOUTH RUSSIA VILLAGE SURNAME LIST

This is a list of known Speier inhabitants. Early settler family surnames are marked with an "*".

AMANN*, ANDREAS*, ASPENIELTER*, ASSEL*, BÄR*, BARTH*, BAST*, BAUMANN*, BERGER*, BILLMANN*, BÖHM*, BULLINGER*, BUSCHOLL*, BECHTEL (BRECHTEL)*, BROSSMANN*, DAUENHAUER*, DECKER*, DIETRICH*, DILSCHNEIDER*, DEGELE*, DEUTSCH*, DINIUS*, EHRET*, FETT*, FRANK*, FRÖHLICH*, GANTZ*, GEIGER*, GEISS*, GERBER*, GERHARDT*, GEROLSTEIN*, GLEISENBERGER*, GLENSCH*, GOTTING*, GREFF*, HECK*, HECKER*, HECHLER*, HEIL*, HEINRICH*, HEINZ*, HELBLING*, HELMER*, HERNER*, HERZ*, HIEFERMANN*, HOLFINGER*, HOLZSCHUH*, HÜBNER*, IMMEL*, JAHNER*, JANTZER*, JUDT*, KARY*, KELLER*, KLUG*, KRANK*, KRASTEL*, KUHN*, KUNZ (KUNTZ)*, LANZ (LANTZ)*, LOCHBAUM*, MACKH*, MAIER*, MAKELKI*, MANDERI*, MARTHALER*, MARTIN*, MAYER*, MELINGER*, MESSMER*, METZ*, MICHLER*, MILLIUS*, MÜHL*, MÜLLER*, OSTER*, PFAD*, POPP*, REIS (REISS)*, RENNER*, RIEGER*, ROMBURG*, SAMTMANN*, SCHAFF (SCHAF, SCHAAF)*, SCHÄFER*, SCHANZ*, SCHARDT*, SCHLOSSER*, SCHMALZ*, SCHMIDT (SCHMITT)*, SCHOLL*, SCHÜTZ*, SCHULZ*, SCHRÖDER*, SCHWAB*, SCHWÄBEL*, SCHWERBER*, SCHWINGHAMMER*, SEBALD*, SENN*, SILBER*, STOCKERT*, STOLLER*, STARK*, STUMPF*, ULRICH*, VÖLKER*, VOGEL*, WAGNER*, WALDREF*, WANNER*, WESTERMEYER*, WEICHEL*, WECHSLER*, WETZSTEIN*, WINGERTER*, WINSCHEL*, WIRTZ*, WOLF*, ZENT*


SPEIER CHURCH


a. b. c. d. e.
a) ST. MARTIN CATHOLIC CHURCH (1896) - Speier, Beresan, Cherson, South Russia; b) c) and d) 1996 and 2003 (source: www.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu) church pictures; now a Ukraine Orthodox church. The steeple was removed by the communist in the 1940's; e) Inside the church.


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