Monday, March 9, 2020

Salome Scholl 1801-1829

Salome Scholl lived from 27 Aug 1801- 25 Feb 1829. She was the last child of Maria Katharina née Nüchter and Wendel Scholl.  If what is written on her birth record is correct she lived to be 28 years old and was unmarried.

During Salome's life:
1813        Oct 18, The Allies defeated Napoleon Bonaparte at Leipzig.
1813        Nov 2, Treaty of Fulda. After the Battle of Leipzig (Oct 16-19) King Frederick I of Württemberg (1754-1816) deserted Napoleon’s waning fortunes. By a treaty made with Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar von Metternich (1773-1858) at Fulda, Hessen, Germany he secured the confirmation of his royal title and of his recent acquisitions of territory, while his troops marched with those of the allies into France.
1813        Aug 26-27, The Battle of Dresden was Napoleon’s last major victory against the allied forces of Austria, Russia and Prussia.
1824        May 7, The Ninth Symphony by Beethoven had its premiere. The "Ode to Joy" lyric was originally written by Friedrich von Schiller as the "Ode to Freedom."
1827        Mar 26, Ludwig von Beethoven, German composer, died in Vienna. He had been deaf for the later part of his life, but said on his death bead "I shall hear in heaven." It was later determined that he suffered from lead poisioning.

Document related to Salome Scholl:
27 Aug 1801 birth of Salome Scholl
Salome Scholl birth at 4:00 pm 27 August 1891, father, Wendel Scholl Bürger, mother Catharina born Nichter, died 25 Feb 1829, baptized on the 29th 
Witnesses: Georg Kammerer Bürger citizen and Schmid meister (master smith), Salome born Nichter (child is named after her, she may be an aunt) wife of Michel Klein who is a Hintersass (a dependent farmer who is not the Lord's serf)
Question: What is the word on the right under death date? Munzesheim (did she marry there)

Salome Scholl birth 29 Aug 1801 and death  film 4137289 page 793
Translation by Robert Seal:
[Born] on the 27th of August [1801] in the evening at 4:00 pm and baptized on the 29th [of August 1801].
Father: Wendel Scholl, citizen.
Mother: Catharina, née Nichterin.
Baptismal witnesses: (1) Georg Cammerer, the citizen and master smith. (2) Salome, née Nichterin, the left-behind (surviving) wife of Michel Klein.
In right column: + [died] 25 February 1829 in Münzesheim.
Munzesheim, Baden, Germany- place of Salome's death 12 miles east of Graben

Salome Scholl death at 27 25 Feb 1829 Münzesheim, Bretten, Baden film 102078100 page 548
Translation by Robert Seal:
No. 11.
In the local Protestant parish of Münzesheim died in the year 1829, on the 25th of February in the afternoon at 3:00 pm, 27 and 1/2 years old, and was today in the afternoon at 3:00 pm buried: Salomä, née Scholl, legitimate daughter of the deceased citizen and farmer at Graben Wendel Scholl and his similarly deceased wife Catharina, née Nüchter. 
Witnesses: Christian Zimmermann [and] Matheuß Thomas, both local citizens and farmers.
Münzesheim, on the 27th of February 1829. Pfeiffer, pastor.