Johann Jacob Scholderer1,2

M, (7 November 1814 - 23 May 1893)
     Johann Jacob Scholderer was born on 7 November 1814 at Rosenfeld, Oberamt Sulz, Schwarzwaldkreis, Württemberg.3,4,5,6 He was the son of Johannes Scholderer and Maria Barbara Müller.7,4 Johann Jacob Scholderer married, at age 30, Johanna Christina Pfäfflin, age 24, daughter of Carl Friedrich August Pfäfflin and Anna Maria Dannacker, on Tuesday, 3 June 1845 at Rosenfeld, Oberamt Sulz, Schwarzwaldkreis, Württemberg.7,3,8,9 Johann Jacob Scholderer died on 23 May 1893 at Hunter, Greene County, New York, at age 78 years, 6 months and 16 days.3 He was buried Hunter, Greene County, New York.3
     Johann Jacob Scholderer was also known as Johann Jacob Scholder.10 Johann Jacob Scholderer was also known as Jacob Scholderer.3,11 He and Johanna Christina Pfäfflin immigrated circa July 1854 to United States of America on the ship Rattler. The voyage across the ocean ended in the District of New York – Port of New York. The following passage has been transcribed by by Meg Sibbernsen for the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild on 23 February 1999. "I, Rich Brown, do solemnly, sincerely and truly Swear that the following List or Manifest of Passengers, subscribed with my name, and now delivered by me to the Collector of Customs for the District of New York, contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a just and true account of all the Passengers received on board the Ship Rattler whereof I am Master, from Havre sworn on this, 2 Sept. 1854 so help me God. (signed) H ?bumy (signed) Rich Brown." Included on this passenger list starting with line 30 through 35 are: Scholderer, Jacob age 40, sex M, occupation farmer; Scholderer, Johanne age 34, sex F; Scholderer, Maria age 7, sex F; Scholderer, Eleanore age 5, sex F; Scholderer, Johannes age 3 sex M, listed as died on the voyage; Scholderer, Louise age 3 months, sex F.12,13,1

Johann Jacob Scholderer was listed as the head of household in the Eighth Census for the United States of America, enumerated on 24 July 1860 in the State of New York, Greene County, Hunter as "Jacob Shoulderer," a white male age 46 with an occupation of a cabinet maker, being born in Witenburgh [Württemberg often spelled Wuerttemberg in English]; his real estate was valued at $300, the equivalent of $6,120 in the year 2000 and his personal property was valued at $25, the equivalent of $510 in the year 2000. We find Johanna Christina Pfäfflin resided in the same household, as "Hannah Shoulderer" age 30 being born in Witenburgh; as did Maria Barbara Scholderer, as "Mary Shoulderer" age 12 born in Witenburgh; Eleonora Scholderer, as "Elenora Shoulderer" age 11 born in Witenburgh; Johannes Scholderer, as "John Shoulderer" age 9 born in Witenburgh; Luise Christiana Scholderer, as "Louisa Shoulderer" age 6 born in Witenburgh; Jacob J. Scholderer, as "Jacob Shoulderer" age 4 born in New York; and George C. Scholderer, as "George Shoulderer" age 2 born in New York.14
Last Edited=8 Mar 2008

Children of Johann Jacob Scholderer and Johanna Christina Pfäfflin

Citations

  1. [S798] Erika Lanz, Stuttgart, Germany [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 12 March 2006, "Rosenfeld - Georg = Jerg Scholderer," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  2. [S915] Jacob Shoulderer household, 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Greene County, New York, Hunter, Hunter post office, page 1038 stamped, page 98 written, dwelling 711 [second entry] which is crossed out, line 40. Digital image of the microfilm publication series: M653; roll: 758 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 21 October 2004. The entry on line 40 lists his name as Jacob Shoulderer.
  3. [S157] Diane Noyes, Harpursville, New York, USA [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 3 March 2004, "New York Scholderer / Sholder," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  4. [S801] Erika Lanz, Stuttgart, Germany [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 12 March 2006, "Scholderer in Rosenfeld pages 1 - 3," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  5. [S915] Jacob Shoulderer household, 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Greene County, New York, Hunter, page 1038 stamped, page 98 written, dwelling 711 [second entry] which is crossed out, line 40. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 21 October 2004. The entry on line 40 shows the age of Jacob Shoulderer as 46 years, being born in Witenburgh, making his year of birth circa 1814.
  6. [S916] Meg Sibbernsen, Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild - Ship Rattler, online http://www.immigrantships.net/1800/rattler540902.html (Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, PO Box 461054, Aurora, Colorado 80046: page last updated 23 February 1999) viewed on 23 August 2004. Shows the age of Jacob Scholderer as 40, being from Wurttemberg making his year of birth circa 1814.
  7. [S761] Brad Feldmaier, "Family Group Sheets (Descendant outline of Ulrich Scholder)," supplied 3 December 2005 ([address for private use,] New Canaan, Connecticut; USA). This report has no direct source information listed, however Brad indicated that all the records came from microfilm of the church records of Rosenfeld.
  8. [S915] 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Greene County, New York. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/
  9. [S1308] Erika Lanz, Stuttgart, Germany [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 16 October 2007, "Rosenfeld and Freudenstadt Scholderer Updates," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  10. [S761] Brad Feldmaier, "Descendant outline of Ulrich Scholder", Shows name as Johann Jacob Scholder.
  11. [S916] Meg Sibbernsen, Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild - Ship Rattler, online http://www.immigrantships.net/1800/rattler540902.html, Shows his name as Jacob Scholderer.
  12. [S916] Meg Sibbernsen, Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild - Ship Rattler, online http://www.immigrantships.net/1800/rattler540902.html
  13. [S760] Brad Feldmaier, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA [e-address for private use,] to Kevin L. Sholder, e-mail, 2 December 2005, "Rosenfeld - Scholder," Sholder Research Files; privately held by Kevin Leonard Sholder, [(e-address) & street address for private use),] Dayton, Ohio, USA.
  14. [S915] Jacob Shoulderer household, 1860 U.S. Census (Population Schedule) Greene County, New York, Hunter, page 1038 stamped, page 98 written, dwelling 711 [second entry] which is crossed out, line 40 and page 1039 stamped, page 99 written, lines 1 through 7. Online http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, accessed 21 October 2004. These entries show Jacob Shoulderer age 46, Hannah Shoulderer age 30, Mary Shoulderer age 12, Elenora Shoulderer age 11, John Shoulderer age 9, Louisa Shoulderer age 6, Jacob Shoulderer age 4, George Shoulderer age 2.