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  • Anna Pihcane (deceased)
    Hietamäen seurakunnan väestörekisteri- ja tiliasiakirjat > Lastenkirja 1798-1821 (II-12)
  • Joseph Pihcane (1809 - d.)
    Hietamäen seurakunnan väestörekisteri- ja tiliasiakirjat > Lastenkirja 1798-1821 (II-12)
  • Catharina Pihcane (1804 - d.)
    Hietamäen seurakunnan väestörekisteri- ja tiliasiakirjat > Lastenkirja 1798-1821 (II-12)
  • Johan Adamsson Pihkanen (1802 - d.)
    Hietamäen seurakunnan väestörekisteri- ja tiliasiakirjat > Lastenkirja 1798-1821 (II-12)
  • Maria Pihcane (1800 - d.)
    Hietamäen seurakunnan väestörekisteri- ja tiliasiakirjat > Lastenkirja 1798-1821 (II-12)

Hietamäki is a former historic parish in central Ingermanland in the current territory of Russian Federation. For a long time Hietamäki was a part of Tuutari parish, with a separate chapel or church, and became fully independent in 1897. It was bordered by Tyrö and St. Petersburg in the north, Tuutari parish in the east, Skuoritsa parish in the south and Ropsu parish in the west.

The aim of this project is to collect and link together all profiles related to Hietamäki parish, provide links to additional information and resources and to facilitate cooperation between researchers. The project is open to everyone who have ancestors or relatives from Hietamäki parish.

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History (timeline)

1617 Beginning of the Swedih rule in Ingria. Start of the mass-immigration of Finnish people to the region, mostly from Karelia and Savo.

1624 Johan Skytte is appointed the baron of Tuutari and further Governor-General of Ingria, Karelia and Livonia in 1929.

1640 The first known priest in Tuutari parish, Henricus Mathiae. First wooden church was located in the village Nowikkola, now part of Krasnoje Selo.

1642 Tyrö parish is separated from Tuutari parish.

1656-1658 Russian-Ingrian war, 2/3 of the population dies.

1700-1721 The Great Northern War between Russia and Sweden.

1703 Beginning of the building of St. Petersburg, by Peter The Great.

1710 Formation of the Saint Petersburg Governorate.

1721 End of the Great Northern War, beginning of the Russian rule in Ingria.

1736 Wooden church is built to Mölkkönmäki, in the place, where previously was a wooden chapel. New chapel is also built to Hietamäki near Sunkura.

1755-1758 new wooden church is built near Jälkylä village, consecrated in 1761 in the name of St. Peter and Paul.

1848 Academic Peter von Köppen is doing his etnographic research in Ingria. Hietamäki had 34 villages with 2474 people, of which 1516 were äyrämöiset and 958 savakot. In Timola village there were also 70 and in Pihilä 27 ingerikot. https://books.google.ee/books?id=Kvw-AQAAMAAJ&hl=et&pg=PA62#v=onepage&q&f=false

1895 New wooden church was built.

1897 Hietamäki parish is separated from Tuutari parish, but they both share the same priest until 1910, when a separate priest was ordained in Hietamäki.

1917 The congregation had 5077 members.

1928 Beginning of the collectivisation of farms and repressions.

1937 Russification, end of Finnish language school education, Finnish newspapers and radio.

1937 the church and congregation is closed by the Russian authorities.

1941-1944 German occupation. Many villages are destroyed, people are left homeless, thousands of people die in hunger and war.

1942-1944 Evacuation of Finns to Estonia and Finland.


Historic villages in Hietamäki parish

Ahokülä, Alakylä, Annamoisio, Anttila (Matikaisi), Hamusi, Hapolaisi (Huopalaisi), Heimosi (Noisela), Hiekka, Hyttilä, Innala, Jamalaisi, Kakkola (Kakko), Kannisi (Hirvosi), Karhula, Kasukka (Pieni-Nikkurila), Kaukaisi, Kauppila, Kavehkontu, Kemppilä, Kotsala (Vekarala), Kurenkylä (Hiljakaisi), Kuttusi, Käivärä (Jälkylä), Kämäräisi, Lottala, Maksima (Rimelä), Matikaisi (Lempilä), Nikkarila (Suuri-Nikkarila), Niukkasi, Nuolijoki, Nuutila, Oikkosi (Kurenkylä), Paukkala, Petäjälä (Sapakkola), Pihilä, Raikosi, Rappula, Rospeekka, Routela, Ruila (Pieni-Ukkola), Rytönmylly, Ryömi, Rötsänsilta (Korela), Sameraisi, Savelanoja (Kolkkasi), Seppä-Heikkilä (Sepheikkilä), Seppälä (Iivanaisi), Sipilä, Somerokangas, Sunkura (Sunkuran hovi), Tammikko, Tanskala, Tielisi, Timola (Uusikylä), Torikka, Törölä (Savela), Ukkola (Suuri-Ukkola), Uusi-Hotokka, Uusitie, Vainikka, Vaittila, Vanha-Hotokka, Suomen Vuisakka, Ärttölä


List of families

Add only one person from every family (the first known common ancestor), except when the family is present in different villages. List names alphabetically.

HALTSONEN

HANNINEN/HÄNNINEN

HARTIKAINEN

HOTOKAIN

HUOPALAINEN

HYYRYLÄINEN

IIVANAINEN (IVANAIN)

IHO

INNA

KANNINEN

KEMPPI

KIPPO

KISKO

KOUHIA

KÄIVÄRÄINEN

KÄRNÄ

LAITINEN

LESKINEN

LOBIA

LOHI

LÖYTÖNEN

MATIKAINEN

NIUKKANEN

PAVI

PEIPPO

PUKERO

PUKONEN

PURANEN

PUUMALAINEN

RAPPU

RIKKINEN

RUOTSI

SAKSA

SAVOLAINEN

SIRKIÄ

TIELINEN

TIKKA

TOIKKA

TÖRÖ

VILLANEN

ÄRTTÖ

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