Khortitza, Omsk Oblast (Siberia)

Names: 
Khortitza, Nizhnyeom District, Omsk Region (Siberia)
Chortitza, Nizhnyeom District, Omsk Region (Siberia)
Хортица, Нижнеомский район, Омская область (Siberia)
History: 

Khortitza (Chortitza) was founded in 1910 when land was allocated for the resettlement of farmers from the European region of Russia.  In 1913, the first school opened in Khortitza. In 1931, the collective farm named "Landmann" was organized.  It was renamed "Telmann" in 1950.

Volga Germans were resettled there as part of the 1941 Deportation.

Volga German Families: 

The following Volga German families are known to have been resettled to Khortitza during the 1941 Deportation:

Batthauer from Dobrinka
Dieterle from Dobrinka
Gerlach from Dobrinka
Heffele from Dobrinka
Hüber
Kober
Kraft
Mauer
Metzler from Dobrinka
Muth
Nuss
Quindt from Dobrinka
Rau from Dobrinka
Schlotthauer from Dobrinka
Schön
Vogel from Dobrinka
Vollert from Dreispitz
Wilhelm

Volga Colonies: 

Pre-Volga Origin

Volga Colonies

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