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Re: Seeking information

Posted: 13 Jan 2008 4:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bukharev, Dvornin, Fadeev, Fetisov, Kholopov, Kulikov, Metchkov, Mokshanov, Morozov, Novikov, Samarin, Cheremisin, Pluzhnikov, Shubin, and Treglazov (Treglazoff) families
Some confusion from the Dukobor website:

The Molokans referred to in this story immigrated to Canada aboard three ships. First, 112 Molokans (Bukharev, Dvornin, Fadeev, Fetisov, Kholopov, Kulikov, Metchkov, Mokshanov, Morozov, Novikov and Samarin families) sailed to Canada aboard the SS Southwark, this Dominion line steamship departed June 22, 1905, under Captain J.O. Williams, from the port of Liverpool, England. It carried 867 passengers. After 10 days at sea, the vessel arrived at the port of Quebec on July 1, 1905. Another 24 Molokans (Cheremisin, Pluzhnikov, Shubin and Treglazov families) departed aboard the SS Montreal.

Family list for Treglazov:
Wasyl 30
Paraska 29
Pelagia 8
Iwan 5
Lara 3
Mascha 1

Here's the really weird part, I have the ships manifest from the ship SS Germaine which took them from Hannover, Germany to Ellis Island, but they don't arrive until almost one year later in on July 6, 1906., The ships bill of lading only has Wasyl, Paraska, and Mascha (this is where the name change was initiated Treglazov --> Treglazoff using the SOUNDEX) by some body who probably only had a year of formal schooling.

I also found yet another record of immigration from 1907 which shows these same three names as crossing from France into Germany.
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treglazoff 18 Feb 2002 12:49PM GMT 
Nancy_Poppin_... 21 Mar 2002 5:51AM GMT 
billald 22 Mar 2002 1:46PM GMT 
treglazoff 6 Oct 2002 6:50PM GMT 
treglazoff 7 Oct 2002 3:34AM GMT 
Linda 27 Jan 2004 4:49PM GMT 
Michael Treglazoff 11 Feb 2004 6:51PM GMT 
Nancy_Poppin_... 29 Dec 2004 1:50AM GMT 
treglazoff 29 Dec 2004 10:31AM GMT 
treglazoff 13 Jan 2008 11:54AM GMT 
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