Johanna Müller (Third Great Aunt)
Father25 Feb 1787Johannes Konrad Müller (Third Great Grandfather)
Mother26 Dec 1793Susanna Nagel (Third Great Grandmother)
Birth7 Jul 1830Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Baptism8 Jul 1830Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Confirmation1844Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Emigration1 Aug 1854Württemberg Emigration Index, page 138
Immigration18 Sep 1854New York; aboard the barque Mercury, which had sailed from Havre, France
Census1880Driftwood Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Residence1890Per City Directory: 1632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
ResidenceFrom 1890 to 19021632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Census7 Jun 19001632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Death18 Apr 1902Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Burial20 Apr 1902Cave Hill Cemetery (Section 6), Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA

Conrad Stotz (male)
Birth25 Aug 1829Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Immigration29 Aug 1854New York; aboard the St Nicolas
Death23 Aug 1865Unknown
BurialAbout 25 Aug 1865Lopp Cemetery, Wegan, Jackson County, Indiana, USA

Family of Johanna Müller & Conrad Stotz
MarriageAbout 1855Unknown
BoyApr 1857John F. Stotz
Girl7 Jun 1859Dora D. Stotz
Boy10 Oct 1862Conrad William Stotz
Boy11 Nov 1863Henry E. Stotz
BoyMar 1866Charles David Sr Stotz


Johanna Müller (Third Great Aunt)
Father25 Feb 1787Johannes Konrad Müller (Third Great Grandfather)
Mother26 Dec 1793Susanna Nagel (Third Great Grandmother)
Birth7 Jul 1830Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Baptism8 Jul 1830Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Confirmation1844Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Emigration1 Aug 1854Württemberg Emigration Index, page 138
Immigration18 Sep 1854New York; aboard the barque Mercury, which had sailed from Havre, France
Census1880Driftwood Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Residence1890Per City Directory: 1632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
ResidenceFrom 1890 to 19021632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Census7 Jun 19001632 Prentice Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Death18 Apr 1902Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Burial20 Apr 1902Cave Hill Cemetery (Section 6), Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA

William Julius Rhiner (male)
BirthAbout 1825Baden
DeathUnknownUnknown

Family of Johanna Müller & William Julius Rhiner
MarriageAbout 1870Unknown
Boy7 Mar 1873William M. Rhiner
DivorceBet 1877 and 1880Unknown
Girl1 Feb 1877Anna Rhiner


Catharina Müller (Third Great Aunt)
Father25 Feb 1787Johannes Konrad Müller (Third Great Grandfather)
Mother26 Dec 1793Susanna Nagel (Third Great Grandmother)
Birth9 May 1826Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Baptism10 May 1826Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Confirmation1840Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
ImmigrationAbout 1847Unknown
Census1880Driftwood, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Death7 Apr 1908Vallonia, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Burial9 Apr 1908Vallonia Cemetery, Driftwood Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Per Danlee Selman: Catherine filed for divorce after first-husband Johann took all their property and sold it. Then he headed south to fight for the Confederacy, leaving her unsupported, and fending for herself.

Gerhard Heinrich "Henry" Knost (male)
BirthAbout 1820Unknown
DeathBefore 1880Brownstown Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA

Family of Catharina Müller & Gerhard Heinrich "Henry" Knost
MarriageUnknownBrownstown Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA


Catharina Müller (Third Great Aunt)
Father25 Feb 1787Johannes Konrad Müller (Third Great Grandfather)
Mother26 Dec 1793Susanna Nagel (Third Great Grandmother)
Birth9 May 1826Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Baptism10 May 1826Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
Confirmation1840Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
ImmigrationAbout 1847Unknown
Census1880Driftwood, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Death7 Apr 1908Vallonia, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Burial9 Apr 1908Vallonia Cemetery, Driftwood Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
Per Danlee Selman: Catherine filed for divorce after first-husband Johann took all their property and sold it. Then he headed south to fight for the Confederacy, leaving her unsupported, and fending for herself.

William Winselman (male)
BirthAbout 1838Prussia
Death4 Dec 1895Shields Station, Brownstown Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA
BurialAbout 6 Dec 1895Robertson Graveyard, Brownstown Township, Jackson County, Indiana, USA

Family of Catharina Müller & William Winselman
Marriage31 May 1886Unknown


Johannes Müller (Fourth Great Grandfather)
Father1728Konrad Müller (Fifth Great Grandfather)
Mother1727Anna Maria (Fifth Great Grandmother)
BirthApr 1758Rosenfeld, Duchy of Württemberg
DeathUnknownRosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg

Maria Katherine Müller (female)
BirthAbout 1780Duchy of Württemberg
DeathUnknownUnknown

Family of Johannes Müller & Maria Katherine Müller
Marriage11 Feb 1806Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg


Johann Jacob Müller (Second Cousin Four Times Removed)
Father18 Apr 1792Johann Jacob Müller
Mother7 Jan 1795Anna Nagel (First Cousin Five Times Removed)
Birth24 Sep 1828Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
DeathUnknownUnknown

Maria Regina Springer (female)
Father1802Johannes Springer
Mother1795Anna Margaretha Müller
Birth1829Rosenfeld, Schwarzwaldkreis, Kingdom of Württemberg
DeathUnknownUnknown

Family of Johann Jacob Müller & Maria Regina Springer
MarriageBefore 1857Unknown
Boy1861Frederick W. Müller
Girl1 Nov 1862Regina Maria Müller


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