Thursday, March 19, 2020

Magdalena Scholl 1815 - 1854


Magdalena Scholl was born 3 January 1815 in Graben Germany. Her parents were Philipp Scholl 1785-1858 and Christina Krauss 1788 - 1830. Magdalena married Emanuel Nagel on 20 Jan 1835

Magdalena Scholl 3 Jan 1815 - 10 June 1854

Documents related to Magdalena Scholl:

Magdalena Scholl birth 5 Jan 1815 film 102078348 page 910
Translation by Robert Seal:
No. 1. On the 3rd of January [1815] midday at 1:00 pm was born in the local parish and on the 5th of the same month midday at 1:00 pm was baptized: Magdalena.
Parents are: Philipp Scholl, local citizen and master mason, and his wife, Christine, née Kraußin.
Baptismal witnesses are: (1) Philipp Brauch, citizen and master cooper from here, (2) his wife Elisabetha, née Speckin; (3) Jakob Werner, local citizen and master tailor, (4) his wife, Magdalena, née Herbsterin.
Graben, on the 5th of January 1815. T.G. Beck, pastor.
In left-hand margin: died 10 June 1854.
Magdalena Scholl marriage to Emanuel film 102550955 page 722
Translation by Robert Seal:
5. Nagel and Scholl.
In the year of Christ 1835, on the 20th of January in the morning at 11:00 am, on presentation/submittal of official marriage certificate d. d. Karlsruhe 17 December 1834, no. 17836, were married: the new budding local citizen "Emmanuel" Nagel, a legitimate unmarried son of the deceased local citizen and master shoemaker Johann Philipp Nagel and his wife Maria Katharina, née Süß, Evangelical [Protestant] faith, and with him Magdalene Scholl, a legitimate unmarried daughter of the local citizen and master mason Philipp Scholl and his deceased wife Christine, née Krauß, likewise Evangelical [Protestant] faith.
Witnesses were: Christoph Lind and Philipp? Krauß, citizens.
Graben, on the 20th of January 1835. Pastor Käß.

Philipp Scholl burial 21 Feb 1847 death film 102550540 page 212
Translation by Robert Seal:
No. 8.
In the year of Christ 1847, on the 19th of February in the morning at 9:30 am died here and on the 21st of the same month in the morning at 9:30 am was buried here: Philipp Scholl, unmarried glazier here, age: 28 years, 4 months, and 17 days.
His parents are: Philipp Scholl, citizen and mason here, and the deceased Christina Krauß.
Witnesses are: (1) Jakob Friedrich Süß, citizen and farmer here. (2) Christoph Werner, citizen and day laborer here.
Graben, on the 21st of February 1847. T. Crecelius, pastor.
Left margin: Scholl. unmarried.

FamilyBook II page 60 Magdalena Scholl b 1815 film 102118620 page 1108
Translation by JamesHoffmann1
1) Emanuel's professionBauer (farmer)
1. Friedrich,
2. Magdalena,
3. August Philipp
4. Katharina
5. Knäbchen
6. Jakobina,
7. Emanuel
8. Ludwig Friedrick
9. Wilhelm Philipp. 
10. Philipp Hermann
Child 5 is "Knäbchen" = little boy. He was born on 13 Jan 1845 and died on 15 Jan 1845, and apparently was not given a name.
3) II Ehe mit (second marriage to)
The second wife's name is: Philippine Wentz
Magdalena Scholl death 10 June 1854 film 102118620 page 373
Translation by Robert Seal:
No. 18. In the year of Christ 1854 on the 10th of June in the evening at 6:00 pm died here and was buried on the 12th of the same month in the evening at 5:00 pm by the undersigned pastor: Magdalena Nagel, wife of "Immanuel" Nagel, citizen and farmer here, age: 39 years, 5 months, and 7 days. Her parents are: Philipp Scholl, citizen and master mason here, and the deceased Christine Krauß, his late wife.
Witnesses: Martin Heßler, citizen and master baker here. Jakob Friedrich Blau, citizen and farmer here.
Graben, on the 12th of June 1854. G. Crecelius, pastor,
In the right-hand margin: 10 June. Magdalena Nagel, née Scholl, wife.
My comment: Thanks again for that list. I needed it for "G. Crecelius", the pastor who buried Magdalena (Scholl) Nagel.