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Neu-Galka was founded in 1860 by Lutheran colonists from Galka and Dobrinka.
There were about 630 people who settled in Neu-Galka. Approximately 20 from Dobrinka and the remainder from Galka. Founding surnames include: Riffel, Weimer, Hanschu, Langhofer, Wagner, Dahlinger, Brunner, Haas, Hoffman, Bernhardt, Schmidt, Dienes and Ruff.
This village has been known by the following names: Novaya Galks, Pallasovka and Neu-Galka.
After the deportation in 1941, the area occupied by the former village was absorbed into the nearby Russian town of Pallasovka and is today a neighborhood of that town. Source: Leland Riffel, AHSGR Village Coordinator in his 2013 report
Neu-Galka surnames include: Albrecht, Bauer, Beichel, Berg, Bernhardt, Borger, Brunner, Buchhammer, Dahlinger, Diehl, Dienes, Elsasser, Fischer, Frank, Fuchs, Hanschu, Haas, Hoffman, Geier, Jost, Kloss, Kandelin, Klass, Kock, Koerbs (Kerbs), Kretz, Langhofer, Lattner, Martin, Meier, Riffel, Ruff, Schwab, Schneider, Schantzebach, Schick, Schimpf, Schmidt, Schenk, Sinner, Simon, Steinbach, Stuertz, Veit, Wagner, Weimer, Weisheim, Wiesner, Ziegler. Source: 1857 Census obtained by Brent Mai of the Volga German Institute
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