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Ellis County, Kansas
City of Munjor

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Munjor, named after a German settlement on the Volga River, is located six miles southeast of Hays, was founded in 1876.

The history of Munjor is documented in The Golden Jubilee of German-Russian Settlements of Ellis and Rush Counties, Kansas, August 31, September 1 and 2, 1926, in the Munjor section

The following left Saratov on July 8, 1876:

A colony from Obermunjor, Russia, settled in Munjor in 1875.   Visit the Obermunjor, Russia Homepage

They included:

Jacob Engel
Franz Leiker
Joseph Leiker
Michael Leiker
Peter Leiker
John Berg
Henry Leiker
Konrad Leiker
Nicholas Leiker
Joseph Konrad

A group from Wittman (Solothurn), Russia, included:

John Dechant
John Herl
Henry Miller
Henry Ruder
Catherine Schoemacher (Schumacher)
Stanislaus Ruder
Anton Schoemacher (Schumacher)
Henry Schoemacher (Schumacher)
George Schoemacher (Schumacher)
Joe Schriebvogel

From Mariental, Russia came:  Visit the Mariental, Russia Homepage

Nicholas Eberle
Peter Gross
Mathias Rohr
Peter Rohr

From Schoenchen, Russia came:  Visit the Schoenchen, Russia Homepage

Anton Wasinger
Anton Wasinger Jr.

From Gattung, Russia came:

Anton Schneider
Peter Stecklein

The following left Saratov between September 18 and 30th, 1876:

From Obermonjou:

Anton Befort
Konrad Befort
Michael Graf
Christian Hertel
John Klaus
John Krannawitter
Jacob John Leiker
Jacob Pfannenstiel

The following left Herzog August 8-20, 1877:

From Herzog, Russia:

Anton Denning

From Mariental, Russia:

Adam Ernst
Joseph Gassman
Andrew Korbe
Peter Pfannenstiel

The following left Obermonjou in late July of 1878:

Gerard Befort
Anton Dechant
Carl Dechant
Jacob Engel
Peter Klaus
John Pfannenstiel
Konrad Rupp
John Stecklein
Anton Gabel

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