Neue-Mühle

Names: 
Neu-Müller - 2 (Bergseite)
Davidkinskaya Mill
Neue-Mühle
Нейе Мюле
Нейе-Милле
Ней-Мюллер
Давидкинская Мельница
History: 

Neue-Mühle was really nothing more than a khutor (farmstead) located between Göbel and Neu-Norka on the Bergseite, along the Ilovlya River.  At times it was also called Neu-Müller, but should not be confused with the daughter colony of Neu-Müller (aka Danikovla) located on the banks of the Volga River.

Three were Volga German families living in Neue-Mühle well before its official founding in 1845.  The founder was David Dahlinger from Kraft who built a water mill along the river. Other colonists who settled there were also from Kraft.  All inhabitants were Lutheran.

Located just a couple hundred meters south of Neue-Mühle was a Russian khutor (farmstead) called Muchnoi [Мучной].

Today, nothing remains of Neue-Mühle.  The coordinates provided are an estimate of where it used to be based on maps from the 1930s.

Church: 

There was no church or school building in Neue-Mühle.

Population: 
Year
Households
Population
Total
Male
Female
1911
 
48
 
 
1920
 
277
 
 
1922
 
126
 
 
1926   137    
Sources: 

- Mink, A. N. Historical and Geographical Dictionary of the Saratov Province [in Russian] (Saratov, Russia: 1898): 215.

Map showing Neue-Mühle (1935).