Spatzenkutter, Departamento Diamante, Entre Ríos Province

Names: 
Aldea Spatzenkutter
Aldea la Asunción
Asunción
Asunciyn
Campo María
Marienfeld
Spatzenkutter
History: 

The Volga German colony of Spatzenkutter was established on 21 July 1878. The following people were founders:Nikolaus (Nicolás) AppelhansJoseph (José) DötzelJoseph (José) EngrefJohann (Juan) EberleStephan (Esteban) HaberkornFriedrich (Federico) HaberkornIgnacius (Ignacio) HerrleinAndreas (Andrés) KeinerMichael (Miguel) KrenzJoseph (José) KollmannJohann (Juan) KollmannLorenz (Lorenzo) KollmannJakob (Santiago) KollmannJakob (Santiago) LarenchAdam (Adán) LehlChristopher (Cristóbal) LehlAdrian (Adrián) RauschSebastian (Sebastián) RauschPhilipp (Felipe) RegnerJohann (Juan) RegnerPeter (Pedro) RegnerJakob (Santiago) RegnerAdam (Adán) RothHeinrich (Enrique) RoskopfPhilipp (Felipe) RoskopfAdam (Adán) SchaabAndreas (Andrés) SchönfeldChristopher (Cristóbal) SchönfeldKaspar (Gaspar) SchönfeldGeorg (Jorge) SchönfeldJohann (Juan) SchönfeldMichael (Miguel) SchönfeldJakob (Santiago) SchönfeldNikolaus (Nicolás) SewaldJohann (Juan) SucksdorfJakob (Santiago) SteinbachChristopher (Cristóbal) UlrichJakob (Santiago) Ulrich

Volga German Congregations: 

Iglesia Asunción de María (Assumption of Mary Catholic Church), now in its 3rd building constructed in 1923.

Sources: 

Coming soon . . .

Resources: 

1881 Census of Spatzenkutter (Jorge L. Guttig)