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Johannes Peter Aqua

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Italy
Death: Died in Neu-Kolonie (Kustarevo-Krasnorynovka), Samara Oblast, Russia
Immediate Family:

Son of Antonio Giuseppe Aqua and Petronilla
Husband of Maria Anna Weninger and Margaretha Krug
Father of Maria Appolonia Aqua; Johannes Baptist Aqua; Andreas Anton Aqua; Karl Aqua; Elisabetha Aqua and 5 others

Managed by: João Vicente Akwa
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About Johannes Peter Aqua

Johannes Peter Aqua, was born in Italy about 1726, moved to Germany, where he married Maria Anna Weninger in 1750 in Hochheim am Main. The family lived until 1766 in the city of Hattersheim am Main in Hesse, Germany. That year, he moved to Keller, Samara Oblast, Russia. He migrated with his first wife and childrens Johannes Baptist Marianna and Maria Appolonia. In Germany he was a merchant. In Russia, they settled as farmers in a German colony of Roman Catholics. About 7 years later, the Keller colony was attacked by Kyrgyz. Several settlers were taken prisoner. After this event, the family moved to a new colony, founded by settlers from Keller, named Neu-Kolonie. In the 1798 census of Neu-Kolonie, the states of Johannes was already deceased, but before of the his death he married Margaretha Krug and had children: Antonetta, Anna Maria, Margaretha, Johann Georg and Appolonia. No one knows the exact date of death of Marianna nor the death of Johannes. As his first son, Johannes Baptist, left no descendants, all those Catholics, with Russians ancestors, who have the surname Akwa or Akva (way in which the name Aqua was translated into Russian), are descendants of his second son Johann Georg.

Johannes Peter Aqua nasceu na Itália por volta de 1726, mudando-se para a Alemanha, onde se casou com Maria Anna Weninger em 1750 em Hochheim am Main. A família se mudou para Hatersheim am Main, Alemanha, onde viveu até o ano de 1766, quando se mudou para Keller, na província de Samara, na Rússia. Ele migrou juntamente com sua primeira esposa Marianna e filhos Johannes Baptist e Maria Appolonia. Na Alemanha ele exercia a profissão de comerciante. Na Rússia, se estabeleceram como agricultores em uma colônia alemã de Católicos Romanos. Aproximadamente 7 anos depois, a colônia de Keller foi atacada por quirguizes. Vários colonos foram feitos prisioneiros. Depois deste evento, a família migrou para uma nova colônia, fundada pelos colonos de Keller, chamada de Neu-Kolonie. No censo de Neu-Kolonie de 1798, consta que Johannes já era falecido, mas antes de falecer se casou pelasegunda vez com Margaretha Krug e teve com ela os filhos: Antonetta, Anna Maria, Margaretha, Johann Georg e Appolonia. Não se sabe a data exata da morte de Marianna e nem a da morte de Johannes. Como seu primeiro filho homem, Johannes Baptist, não deixou descendentes, todos aqueles, de religião católica com ancestrais russos, que possuem o sobrenome Akwa ou Akva (forma com a qual o nome Aqua foi traduzido para o russo), são descendentes de seu segundo filho homem Johann Georg.

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Johannes Peter Aqua's Timeline

1726
1726
Italy
1750
October 12, 1750
Age 24
Hochheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1751
June 27, 1751
Age 25
Hattersheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1753
June 24, 1753
Age 27
Hattersheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1756
June 17, 1756
Age 30
Hattersheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1758
August 30, 1758
Age 32
Hattersheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1763
September 24, 1763
Age 37
Hattersheim am Main, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
1775
1775
Age 49
Neu-Kolonie (Kustarevo-Krasnorynovka), Samara Oblast, Russia
1776
1776
Age 50
Samara Oblast, Russia
1778
1778
Age 52
Samara Oblast, Russia