Jacob Friedrich Scholderer1,2,3,4,5

M, (18 December 1794 - 23 April 1863)
     Jacob Friedrich Scholderer was born on 18 December 1794 at Degerloch, Oberamt Stuttgart, Neckarkreis, Württemberg.6,7,5 He was the son of Johann Friedrich Scholderer and Christina Catharina Lutscher.5 Jacob Friedrich Scholderer married, at age 26, Margaret Miller on Sunday, 14 January 1821 at Ross County, Ohio.8,9 Jacob Friedrich Scholderer died on 23 April 1863 at Ross County, Ohio, at age 68 years, 4 months and 5 days.9
     He emigrated on 10 March 1817 from Degerloch, Oberamt Stuttgart, Neckarkreis, Württemberg, to Holland and then America as a travelling journeyman at the age of 22.5 He immigrated after April 1817 to Ross County, Ohio, with a group of German settlers, consisting of himself, Jacob Pfaff and his wife Christena Magdalena "Rose," Emanuel G. Limle and Jacob Wolff. This group of settlers were persuaded by General Worthington to settle in Chillicothe. As of 1902 there were still lineal descendants in the vicinity.10
Last Edited=26 Apr 2014

Children of Jacob Friedrich Scholderer and Margaret Miller

Citations

  1. [S680] Transcribed in the 1930's by the Nathaniel Massie Chapter DAR, Ross County, Ohio Marriage Records 1798-1849, grooms section, p. 162, line 36, digital image of original published Fort Wayne, Ind.: Fort Wayne Public Library, 1975. (Images online; Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning Company) http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, subscription database, accessed 8 September 2005. This record shows his name as: Sholderer, Jacob.
  2. [S682] Henry Holcomb Bennett, editor The County of Ross; A History of Ross County, Ohio, from the Earliest Days, with Special Chapters on the Bench and Bar, Medical Profession, Educational Development, Industry and Agriculture and Biographical Sketches, p. 78, digital image of original published Madison, Wis.: Selwyn A. Brant, 1902. (Images online; Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning Company) http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, subscription database, accessed 8 September 2005. Shows name as Jacob Sholderer.
  3. [S683] J. F. Shoulderer household, 1850 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Ross County, Ohio, Chillicothe / Scioto Township, page 9 stamped, page 17 written [very difficult to see], dwelling 123, family 123, lines 25 through 28. Digital image of the microfilm publication series: M432; roll: 725 from the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C. (Images online; Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning Company) http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, subscription database, accessed 6 September 2005. This entry shows his name as J. F. Shoulderer.
  4. [S917] Jacob F. Sholderer household, 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Ross County, Ohio, Chillicothe, 4th Ward, Chillicothe post office, page 60 stamped, page 119 written, dwelling 795, lines 12 and 13. Digital image of the microfilm publication series: M653; roll: 1030 from the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C. (Images online; Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning Company) http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, subscription database, accessed 12 February 2006. The entry on line 12 lists his name as Jacob F. Sholderer.
  5. [S1012] Erika Lanz, Stuttgart, Germany [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 7 December 2006, "Stefan - Carl Maximlian - Christian Gottfroed Scholderer," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  6. [S683] J. F. Shoulderer household, 1850 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Ross County, Ohio, Chillicothe / Scioto Township, page 9 stamped, page 17 written [very difficult to see], dwelling 123, family 123, lines 25 through 28. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 6 September 2005. This entry shows J. F. Shoulderer age 56 making his year of birth circa 1794 being born in Germany.
  7. [S917] Jacob F. Sholderer household, 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Ross County, Ohio, Chillicothe, 4th Ward, page 60 stamped, page 119 written, dwelling 795, lines 12 and 13. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 12 February 2006. The entry on line 12 shows the age of Jacob F. Sholderer as 65 years, being born in Wurtemberg, making his year of birth circa 1795.
  8. [S680] Transcribed in the 1930's by the Nathaniel Massie Chapter DAR, Ross County, Ohio Marriage Records 1798-1849, grooms section, p. 162, line 36. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 8 September 2005. This record shows: MILLER, Margaret SHOLDERER, Jacob 14 Jan 1821.
  9. [S677] Michael J. Armstrong, "Family Group Sheets (Jacob Friedrich Scholderer and Margaret Miller)." Supplied 29 September 2004 ([address for private use,] Gahanna, Ohio; USA). This report has some source information, mostly from the United States Census and the Chillicothe City Directories. p. 1.
  10. [S682] Henry Holcomb Bennett, The County of Ross, p. 78. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 8 September 2005. This entry states "The party that arrived in 1817 and was persuaded to seek a home in Chillicothe by General Worthington, comprised Emanuel G. Limle, an experienced millwright; Jacob Sholderer and Jacob Wolff, shoemakers, and Mr. and Mrs. Pfaff." Although the exact date is not known, the timeframe matches that of the church record indicating that he left his home in March 1817.
  11. [S678] Jacob F. Shoulder household, 1830 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Ross County, Ohio, Jefferson Township, page 311, line 6. Digital image of the microfilm publication series: M19; roll: 139 from the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C. (Images online; Ann Arbor, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning Company) http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, subscription database, accessed 31 August 2005. This entry shows 2 males under 5 years; 1 male, 30 and 40 years; and 1 female, 5 and under 10 years; 1 female, 30 and under 40 years. Of these, 1 is listed as ALIENS—Foreigners not naturalized.
  12. [S677] Michael J. Armstrong, "Family Group Sheets (Jacob Friedrich Scholderer and Margaret Miller)", p. 2.