Search for content in message boards

August Heitman of Kodiak, Alaska

Replies: 4

Re: August Heitman of Kodiak, Alaska

Heitman (View posts)
Posted: 1042360274000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1153341902000
Surnames: Heitman, Hubley, Cherinoff
The following information can be found in the Russian Orthodox Church Records filed with the Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau, Alaska on July 29, 1917. These are the names and birth dates of the children born to Paraskeva Josephova Heitman. Her husband was originally from Germany and came to the U.S. with two brothers. Shortly after arriving in California, the brothers went different directions and lost contact with each other. He traveled to Alaska and settled in Kodiak where Heitman Mountain and Heitman Lake are named after him. Our family is still searching for information about his lost brothers. Below are the names of his 13 children:

Joseph Heitman 9/20/1893 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
George Heitman 11/20/1894 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
Peter Heitman 5/16/1896 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
Christina Heitman 12/14/1898 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
Mary Heitman (1st) 3/13/1900 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
August Heitman 2/3/1902 in Kodiak (MY GRANDFATHER)
Mary Heitman (2nd) 2/23/1904 in Three Saints Bay, Kodiak
Basil Heitman 9/8/1905 on Woody Island, Kodiak
Katherine Heitman 11/00/1906 in Kodiak
Melatina Heitman 12/31/1908 in Kodiak
Theodore Heitman 3/25/1910 on Woody Island, Kodiak
Anna Heitman 2/23/1912 in Kodiak
Kudoxia Heitman 3/13/1913 in Eagle Harbor

August Heitman (above) married Maragret Hubley, daughter of Nidia Cherinoff (2/1884). Nidia Cherinoff is the daughter of Aftononx (9/1849) and Pariskovia (11/1866) Cherinoff.

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Carol Bowling 939342161000 
Heitman 1042360274000 
MrsLove77 1293651419000 
Private Priva... 1336856382000 
EXTRACTION 1492915442000 
per page

Find a board about a specific topic