Spatzenkutter,
Departamento Diamante,
Entre Ríos Province
Names
Aldea Spatzenkutter, Aldea la Asunción, Asunción, Asunciyn, Campo María, Marienfeld, Spatzenkutter
Location
31°56' S 60°34' W
History
      The Volga German colony of Spatzenkutter was established on 21 July 1878. The following people were founders:
Nikolaus (Nicolás) Appelhans
Joseph (José) Dötzel
Joseph (José) Engref
Johann (Juan) Eberle
Stephan (Esteban) Haberkorn
Friedrich (Federico) Haberkorn
Ignacius (Ignacio) Herrlein
Andreas (Andrés) Keiner
Michael (Miguel) Krenz
Joseph (José) Kollmann
Johann (Juan) Kollmann
Lorenz (Lorenzo) Kollmann
Jakob (Santiago) Kollmann
Jakob (Santiago) Larench
Adam (Adán) Lehl
Christopher (Cristóbal) Lehl
Adrian (Adrián) Rausch
Sebastian (Sebastián) Rausch
Philipp (Felipe) Regner
Johann (Juan) Regner
Peter (Pedro) Regner
Jakob (Santiago) Regner
Adam (Adán) Roth
Heinrich (Enrique) Roskopf
Philipp (Felipe) Roskopf
Adam (Adán) Schaab
Andreas (Andrés) Schönfeld
Christopher (Cristóbal) Schönfeld
Kaspar (Gaspar) Schönfeld
Georg (Jorge) Schönfeld
Johann (Juan) Schönfeld
Michael (Miguel) Schönfeld
Jakob (Santiago) Schönfeld
Nikolaus (Nicolás) Sewald
Johann (Juan) Sucksdorf
Jakob (Santiago) Steinbach
Christopher (Cristóbal) Ulrich
Jakob (Santiago) Ulrich
Sources:
Coming soon . . .
Volga German Congregation
Iglesia Asunción de María (Assumption of Mary Catholic Church), now in its 3rd building constructed in 1923.
Resources
1881 Census of Spatzenkutter (Jorge L. Guttig)
External Links
- Aldea Marienfeld (FB Page)
- Aldea Spatzenkutter (Wikipedia - in Spanish)
Last updated on 13 November 2013.

Ascension of Mary Catholic Church
in Spatzenkutter (2008).
Source: Graciela Gulino.


Ascension of Mary Catholic Church
in Spatzenkutter
(early 20th Century).
Source: Aldea Marienfeld FB.


Spatzenkutter church in 1928.
Source: www.taringo.net


Volga German house in Spatzenkutter.
Source: Graciela Gulino.


Ascension of Mary Catholic Church
in Spatzenkutter.
Source: Oscar Herrlein.


Old Elementary School
in Spatzenkutter.
Source: Oscar Herrlein.


Cemetery near Spatzenkutter.
Source: Oscar Herrlein.


The cemetery near Spatzenkutter was established in 1879 and served all of the Volga German colonies for the first 5 years.
Source: Oscar Herrlein.


Founders of Spatzenkutter.
Source: Oscar Herrlein.