Neu-Hussenbach
Names
Dobrynino, Gaschon, Gashon, Hussenbach, Neu-Hussenbach, Pervomayskaya
Location
50°55' N 46°45' E
History
      Neu-Hussenbach was founded as a Lutheran colony in 1860 by colonists from Hussenbach, Dietel, Huck, Norka, and Grimm. It was located along the Gashon River from which its Russian name was taken.
      Today, Neu-Hussenbach is known as Pervomayskaya.
Church
      As of 1910 there was a Lutheran church in Neu-Hussenbach. The congregation there was part of the parish headquartered in Brunnental which is where the pastor resided.
Pastors
Coming soon . . .
Population
Population Table
Year
Households
Population
Total
Male
Female
1886
1891
1894
1897
2,274*
1,137
1,137
1904
1910
349
4,179
2,092
2,087
1912
6,624
1920
434**
2,925
1922
2,049
1923
2,060
1926***
422
2,148
1,040
1,108
1931
4,255****
*Of whom 2,219 were German.
**Of which 428 households were German.
***Of whom 2,142 (1,036 male and 1,106) in 420 households were German.
****Of whom 4,138 were German.
Sources:
- List of the Populated Places of the Samara Province. Samara, Russia, 1910.
- Preliminary Results of the Soviet Census of 1926 on the Volga German Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Pokrovsk, 1927): 28-83.
- "Settlements in the 1897 Census." Journal of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia (Winter, 1990): 16.
External Links
Hussenbach (wolgadeutsche.net) - in Russian.
Hussenbach web site.
Last updated 7 April 2013.
Map showing Neu-Hussenbach (1935).