Pine Island, Orange Co., New York

Names: 
Pine Island, Orange Co., New York
History: 

Pine Island was founded by Volga German colonists immigrating from Yagodanya Polyana.

Today, Pine Island is a hamlet just west of the town of Warwick, New York, not far from the New Jersey border.

Volga German Families: 

The following Volga German families are known to have settled in the Pine Island / Little York area - all from the colony of Yagodnaya Polyana:

Daubert
Eurich
Freise
Gerlitz
Jungman (Yungman/Youngmann)
Langlitz
Leinweber
Litzenberger
Lust
Mohr
Morasch
Ochs
Pfaffenroth
Rudy
Scheuermann
Schlegel
Schmick
Wagner
Wilhelm
Zürckiebel (Sircable)

Volga Colonies: 
Sources: 

- Sallet, Richard. Russian-German Settlement in the United States (Fargo, ND: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1974): 57.

Resources: 

- 1910 US Census (Fonda D. Wagner Baselt)
- 1920 US Census (Patrice Miller)
- Gerlitz, Reich, & Schadt Families (CK Gerlitz)
- Obituary Index, Warwick, NY (José Rivera Nieves)
- Obituary Index, Pine Island, NY (José Rivera Nieves)
- Obituary Index, Times Herald-Record (Orange County, New York
- Warwick Cemetery Index

Volga Colonies

Latitude: 50.417664
Longitude: 9.098934
Latitude: 50.338502
Longitude: 8.254690
Latitude: 49.800000
Longitude: 9.000000
Latitude: 50.426028
Longitude: 8.864802