Heinrich Konrad

20 January 1902–before 2006 (Age 103)
Vesela Dolyna, Tarutyne, Odessa, Ukraine, Soviet Union

The Life of Heinrich

When Heinrich Konrad was born on 20 January 1902, in Vesela Dolyna, Tarutyne, Odessa, Ukraine, Soviet Union, his father, Samuel Konrad, was 43 and his mother, Wilhelmina Schlenker, was 39. He died before 2006, at the age of 102.

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Family Time Line

Samuel Konrad
1858–
Wilhelmina Schlenker
1862–
Christina Konrad
1885–1930
Wilhelm Konrad
–1941
Johannes Konrad
1887–
Wilhelm Konrad
1890–1940
Margaretha Konrad
1893–1932
Robert Konrad
1895–
Otto Konrad
1898–
Elisabetha Konrad
1900–
Heinrich Konrad
1902–2006

Parents and Siblings

    Samuel Konrad

    Male1858–Male

    Wilhelmina Schlenker

    Female1862–Female

siblings

(9)

    Christina Konrad

    Female1885–1930Female

    Johannes Konrad

    Male1887–Male

    Wilhelm Konrad

    Male1890–1940Male

    Margaretha Konrad

    Female1893–1932Female

    Robert Konrad

    Male1895–Male

+4 More Children

World Events (3)

1919

Age 17

Formation of Soviet Socialist Republic of Ukraine.
1932

Age 30

Artificial Famine in Ukraine, caused by Stalin's policy. Approximately 7 million peasants die.
1941

Age 39

German occupation of Ukraine. Ukraine suffers terrible wartime devastation as Nazis occupy the country until 1944. More than 5 million Ukrainians die fighting Nazi Germany. Most of Ukraine's 1. 5 million Jews wiped out by the Nazis.

Name Meaning

German: from the Germanic personal name Konrad, composed of the elements kuoni ‘daring’, ‘experienced’ + rād, rāt ‘counsel’. This fell together at an early date with another Germanic name, of which the first element was chunni, kuni ‘race’, ‘people’. Konrad was extremely popular as a personal name in central Europe during the Middle Ages, being a hereditary name in several princely families as well as enjoying widespread popularity among the people at large. It was also adopted as a surname by Ashkenazic Jews, Slovenians, and others.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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