|Maria Katharina née Nichter birth 17 March 1757 death included, film 4137289 page 492,|
1757 d. 17. Martii, Thomas Nichtern became a daughter to the assessor ex uxore Maria Catharina noctu hora 10: born, then baptized and given to Maria Catharina. The godfathers are Philipp Heinr: Heilmann civis et rusticus, Johann Adam Koehler civis et rusticus, cum uxoribus.
[in the left margin] + d 10 Novb 1825
On 17 March 1757 at 10 o'clock at night a little daughter was born to Thomas Nichter, the juryman, from his wife Maria Catharina, so thereafter was baptized and named Maria Catharina.
Baptismal sponsors are Philipp Heinrich Heilmann, citizen and farmer, Johann Adam Koehler, citizen and farmer, with wives.
[in te left margin] + (died) 10 November 1825
The Pastor who made this record was Christian Henr. Beck.
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Transcription by Ulrich Neitzel:
d. 3ten Oct: Wendel Scholl, der alhisige Bürger und Wittwer und Maria Catharina Nüchterin gebohrene Nüchterin Weÿl Thomas Nüchtern, geweßten Hintersaßen dahir und Maria Catharina, gebohrene Obermeierin nachgebliebene ehelich erzeügte ledige Tochter.
3 October : Wendel Scholl, local citizen and widower, and Maria Catharina Nüchter née Nüchter, left behind, legitimately conceived, unmarried daughter of the late Thomas Nüchter, non-citizen resident here, and Maria Catharina née Obermeier. The Graben Pastor who performed the wedding was J. J. Ritter.
|Adam Wendel Zwercker father Christoph Mother Maria Sidonia 31 July born film 102078348 page 643|
On the 31st of July  in the morning at 5:00 am born and on the1st of August  baptized: Adam Wendel [Zwecker]
Father: Christoph Zwecker, the local citizen and master joiner.
Mother: Maria Sidonia, née Meierin.
Baptismal witnesses: (1) Johann Adam Wenz, the local citizen and master mason, and (2) his wife Anna Maria, née Schollin. (3) Wendel Scholl, the local citizen.
Written faintly in the right column: to Hungary.
|*Maria Katharina Nucherin and Wendel Wendel Scholl 19 Nov 1788 film 102078348 page 645|
Father: Johann Adam Bickel, the local non-citizen resident.
Mother: Eva Catharina, née Baslerin.
Baptismal witnesses: (1) Christoph Friderich Würtel, princely grenadier and master locksmith here, and (2) his wife Maria Catharina, née Bicklin. (3) Maria Catharina Nüchterin, wife of Wendel Scholl, the local citizen.
Written faintly in right column: to Hungary.
|Maria Catharina Nichter death 12 Nov 1825 film 102550955 page 561,|
[in the left margin] Schollin geb. Nüchterin, Wittwe
Died early on the tenth of November around one o'clock, and the twelfth of November. At ten o'clock in the morning Maria Katharina née Nüchterin, abandoned widow of the late Wendel Scholl, aged 68 J 8 M. The witnesses to the funeral are Jakob Encker Bürger and Alt__? and Georg Weber Bürger and Webermstr.
Dig the 12th November 1825 Henhöfer, Rev.
[in the left margin] Scholl, née Nüchter, widow
On November 10th early at 1 a.m. died and on November 12th at 10 a.m. was buried Maria Katharina née Nüchter, widow left behind of the late Wendel Scholl, age 68 years, 8 months. Witnesses of the burial are Jakob Encker, citizen and __? and Georg Weber, citizen and master weaver. Graben, 12 November 1825 Henhöfer, Pastor
Comment: Note that the maiden name of Maria Katharina is spelled here N ü chter(in), whereas in the birth record it is N i chter. The sound in German is quite close, so the spellings are used interchangeably.
Notes on Katharina’s death record: The pastor always introduces the sentence with: Jm (= Im = at the date) achten (tenth) Novemb. (November) ... starb (died) ...
More notes: The Pastor makes these funny circles that we call Schweineschwänzchen (little pigs tail) with the first word Im at the beginning of the sentence. Sometimes at the end of a word or sentence he adds the pig tails. It does not mean anything at the beginning, simply decoration.
Im (at the date) zehnten (tenth) of November starb (she died ) and she was buried in the grave yard: Begraben ? (enterred) 12, November 1825, Katharina Scholl, maiden name Nüchter, Witwe (widow).
The Graben Pastor who presided at this time was Aloys Henhofer.