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    Posted: 13 November 2017 at 13:33
I thought I would reach out in case anyone has some of these recipes in their possession.

Just found out yesterday that my Father's family came to Edenwold Saskatchewan in 1891 from a town in Bukovina.

Mothers family from Dembzin West Prussia in 1887 homesteaded and founded Brunkild Manitoba.

I always thought I was of German descent.  Knock me over with a feather.
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Murray - I am wondering if your father's side of the family is of the group called "Germans from Russia," as mine is.

Our family originated in the Rhine Valley where Germany and France meet, yet we emigrated to the USA from the Beresan River region of Ukraine.

Many, many Germans from Russia also went to Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as South America.
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Originally posted by TasunkaWitko TasunkaWitko wrote:

Murray - I am wondering if your father's side of the family is of the group called "Germans from Russia," as mine is.

Our family originated in the Rhine Valley where Germany and France meet, yet we emigrated to the USA from the Beresan River region of Ukraine.

Many, many Germans from Russia also went to Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as South America.

Beginning to look like I may be Romanian
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Rumäniendeutsche, possibly?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germans_of_Romania

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Murray - not recipes, but here is what I hope is good information from the "RussianGerman Repository" on FaceBook:

Quote Village Plat Maps


A plat map is an area of land showing actual or proposed features such as houses, churches, cemeteries, schools, etc. Below are the plat maps that are currently available for the Black Sea area.

DAI Microfilm T-81, #318 contains 104 sketches of Bessarabia, Bukovina and Dobrudscha village plat maps. They were drawn by people who had been evacuated from these areas during the Resettlement in 1940. Some are simple drawings showing rectangles for yards and the name of the head of household in the box while others show a village sketch where farmyard lots are identified, the number that was assigned to each, who occupied them, names of streets, roads leading to neighboring villages, indicating where rivers ran, the location of village streams and wells, cemeteries, churches, other public buildings, etc.

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http://www.blackseagr.org/maps_villageplat.html
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There are numerous Romanians in  Brasov, 176 Km. from the Capital Bucharest, and going north on the  Transylvania Pass whom are of  German descent and speak German ..

The architecture of Brasov is German, Swiss and  Austrian ..  It dates back to the mid 1800s and has all been restored and renovated ..  It is a truly amazingly beautiful city.

Located on the Translyvania Route is PELLE CASTLE which was the home of a royal family during this period ..  The Castle Museum houses uncountable rooms of furniture of this period, paintings, and tons of artifacts ..    The royal residents were of  German Swiss or German Austrian heritage .. I have to look at the book I received as a gift .. on  the history of the región & the castles -- who resided in them ..   

So this is quite possible ..

  
There is another Castle which was built in 1377 on the high mountain pass, The Braun which during the 1840s or 1850s housed a royal family of  German roots as well ..  


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Murray - some geographical information here:

https://www.facebook.com/GermanRussianSettlementLocations/posts/2081764368775546
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