Lorentz Schnepp

M, b. May 1669, d. 6 March 1732
     Note: Information on the Lorentz Schnepp family is from Daniel Bly's book: "From the Rhine to the Shenandoah" printed 1993, reprinted 1996.

The house and lot of Lorentz Schnepp (father of Johannes, the immigrant) at Geisweller in Alsace was valued at 153 florins in 1729. His personal property, including furniture, clothing, tools and livestock was worth 54 florins.

One sheep was worth six florins. (From "Gottileb Mittelberger’s Journey to Pennsylvania in the Year 1750…" translated and published in Philadelphia in 1898...)

Lorentz Schnepp was born in May 1669 at Alsace. He was the son of Johannes Schnepp and Maria Ammel. Lorentz Schnepp was christened on 20 May 1669 at Pfaffenhoffen, Alsace. He married Anna Catharina Haber, daughter of Hans Haber and Anna (?), on 13 September 1689 at Alteckendorf, Alsace. Lorentz Schnepp married Anna Barbara Stockel on 13 April 1728 at Hatten, Alsace. Lorentz Schnepp died on 6 March 1732 at Gumbrechtshoffen, Alsace, at age 62.

Children of Lorentz Schnepp and Anna Catharina Haber

Child of Lorentz Schnepp and Anna Barbara Stockel

Lorentz Schnepp

M, b. 10 February 1691, d. 12 July 1710
     Lorentz Schnepp was born on 10 February 1691 at Alsace. He was the son of Lorentz Schnepp and Anna Catharina Haber. Lorentz Schnepp died on 12 July 1710 at Alsace at age 19.

Lorentz Schnepp

M, b. August 1711, d. 1771
     Note: Information on this Lorentz Schnepp family from Daniel Bly's "From the Rhine to the Shenandoah".
Came to America with his older brother Johannes in 1733. Probably in Virginia as early as 1734. His name appears on an Orange County, VA tithe list in 1737. When Rev. John Casper Stoever made a circuit of Virginia in April, 1739, Lorentz Schnepp had a son, Johannes, baptized with his brother, Johannes, as a sponsor. Lorentz moved to North Carolina quite early as his name does not appear with his brother's in the naturalization records of Frederick County in 1746. His name appears on a petition for land in central Carolina in 1750. By 1761 Lawrence Snapp was a landowner with 795 acres on the Yadkin River in Rowan County, NC where a sizable German settlement was established.

Lorentz Schnepp was born in August 1711 at Wickersheim, Alsace. He was the son of Lorentz Schnepp and Anna Catharina Haber. Lorentz Schnepp married Elizabeth Euler, daughter of Conrad Euler and Margarethe (?), circa 1736 at PA, Lancaster or York County. Lorentz Schnepp died in 1771 at Rowan Co., NC.

Children of Lorentz Schnepp and Elizabeth Euler

Mary A. Schnight

     Mary A. Schnight married David R. Stoever.

Child of Mary A. Schnight and David R. Stoever


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Margaret Schnuit

F, b. 2 December 1904, d. 21 July 1997
     Margaret Schnuit was born on 2 December 1904. She married Andrew Hunter Burgess. Margaret Schnuit died on 21 July 1997 at age 92.

Mary Louise Schoch

F, b. 29 September 1908, d. 30 November 1996
     Mary Louise Schoch was born on 29 September 1908 at Kentucky. She married Herbert N. Wimpee, son of Thomas Henry Wimpee and Phebie Vinson. Mary Louise Schoch died on 30 November 1996 at Kuttawa, Lyon Co., KY, at age 88.

Cloide Leroy Schock

M, b. 27 September 1902, d. 1959
     Cloide Leroy Schock was born on 27 September 1902 at Newville, Cumberland Co., PA. He was the son of Samuel Schock and Jane Sellars. Cloide Leroy Schock married Dorothy Althea Mathias, daughter of Bryant Arthur Mathias and Della Adams, on 24 June 1939 at Dubuque Co., IA. Cloide Leroy Schock died in 1959. He was buried in 1959 at Greenwood Cemetery, Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL, Findagrave #185730298.

Mary Schock1

     Mary Schock married John Flory.1

Child of Mary Schock and John Flory


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Samuel Schock

     Samuel Schock married Jane Sellars.

Child of Samuel Schock and Jane Sellars

Adelheid "Addi" Schoelli

F, b. 1671, d. 15 October 1741
     Adelheid "Addi" Schoelli was born in 1671 at Canton Appenzell, Switzerland. She was the daughter of Benedict Schoelli. Adelheid "Addi" Schoelli married Christian Hirschi, son of Christian Hirschi and Anna Rehs, circa 1690 at Friedelsheim (probably), Palatinate, Germany, According to the will of Christian Hershey, he was married to "Ati Sheli". She was probably Addi Schoelli, daughter of Benedict Schoelli who was a Mennonite living at Friedelsheim in 1672. Adelheid "Addi" Schoelli died on 15 October 1741 at Lancaster Co., PA.

Children of Adelheid "Addi" Schoelli and Christian Hirschi

Benedict Schoelli


Child of Benedict Schoelli

Dorothy Marie Schoerr

F, b. 7 April 1921, d. 13 February 1994
     Dorothy Marie Schoerr was born on 7 April 1921. She married Harold Carlos Carmack. Dorothy Marie Schoerr died on 13 February 1994 at Boone Co., KY, at age 72.

Mary T. Schoettker1

F, b. 13 October 1883
     Mary T. Schoettker was born on 13 October 1883.1 She married Frederick Herzog.

Child of Mary T. Schoettker and Frederick Herzog


  1. [S4682] 1920 Federal Census, La Porte County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 447; FHL #1820447.

Robert Charles Schofield

M, b. 27 November 1873, d. 3 June 1944
     Robert Charles Schofield was also known as Charles Thomas Skolfield. He was born on 27 November 1873 at Weld, Franklin Co., ME.1 He was the son of William Stanwood Skolfield and Mary Ann Swett.1 Robert Charles Schofield began military service on 15 June 1898 at Ft. Sheridan, Illinois, U.S. Army, enlisted 15 June 1898 at Boston, Massachusetts, discharged 16 Feb 1899 at Fort Sheridan, Illinois; re-enlisted and discharged 21 Jun 1899; listed in the 1900 Census: Infantry, Seventh Regiment, Company K, Sergeant, stationed in Nome, Alaska.

He married Mildred Butcher, daughter of Joseph Milton Butcher and Lydia Ann Munson. Robert Charles Schofield and an unknown person were divorced before September 1918; Robert's WW I draft registration gives his mother's address as his nearest relative. He died on 3 June 1944 at Bishop, Inyo Co., CA, at age 70 BIOGRAPHY - From: Descendants of Thomas Skolfield, 1707-1796 by Ester S. DeVries; copied from findagrave.com:

Charles Thomas Skolfield / Robert Charles Schofield, was born 27 November 1873 in Weld, Maine; married Millicent Richmond Noble, daughter of James Byron Noble and Caroline Richmond, on 15 April 1895 in Phillips, Maine. They were divorced after 10 April 1897 and were remarried 19 April 1924. He married, second, Mildred (--). He died 3 June 1944 in Bishop, California.
Born a Skolfield, he was also known as Robert Charles Schofield. His birth is not recorded in the Weld Town records of the Maine Vital Records office. The date of 27 November 1873 was apparently received from a family record but his son, as informant, gave the birth date as 27 November 1874 on his father's death record.
His birth date is 21 November 1873 in his military record at the National Archives. As his older brother Clement was born 29 August 1871 and brother Marcel 26 May 1876, Charles' year of birth could have been either. His stated age of 21 at first marriage to Millicent agrees with 1873, but his age 49 at remarriage to Millicent agrees with the 1874 date. As Charles T. Skolfield was born 21 November 1873 at Weld, Maine, he enlisted 15 June 1898 at Boston, Massachusetts, and served as a sergeant in Company K, 7th U.S. Infantry until his discharge 16 February 1899 at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. He reenlisted 17 February 1899 at Fort Sheridan in Company K, 7th U.S. Infantry and remained with that company and regiment until separated 21 June 1901.
Following his military service he was engaged in mining activities in the west and was employed for a time by the Southern Pacific Railroad. He was a resident of Phoenix, Arizona, in 1924 when he remarried his first wife Millicent. From 1926 to 1935 he was employed by the California Electric Power Company. At the time of his first marriage in Phillips, Maine, his surname and that of his father appear as Skolfield but when he enlisted in the army it appears as Schofield. It is not known when he changed from Charles Thomas to Robert Charles but it may have been very soon after completion of his military service because his son says he has always known his father as Robert Charles Schofield.

OBITUARY - Inyo Register, California; June 9, 1944:

Elks' Services Held For Robert Schofield
Funeral services conducted by officers of B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 1603 of Bishop were held Tuesday at Albright Memorial Chapel for Robert Chas. Schofield 69, of Bishop, who passed away June 3 at his home in Bishop. The deceased was formerly employed by the California Electric Power Co.
His wife passed away about two years ago. He was born in Weld, Me., Nov. 1873 and had lived in Phoenix, Ariz., prior to coming to Bishop. He had been a member of the Elks Lodge for the past 25 years. Surviving are a son, Philip N. Schofield of Bishop and a daughter Mrs. Thelma Wiesler of Chicago. The body was shipped Tuesday to Forest Lawn in Glendale for cremation.

Child of Robert Charles Schofield and Mildred Butcher


  1. [S3569] 1880 Federal Census, Franklin County, Maine. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 479; FHL #1254479.

Thelma Schofield

F, b. 29 April 1909, d. 14 January 1989
     Thelma Schofield was born on 29 April 1909 at Florence, Pima Co., AZ. She was the daughter of Robert Charles Schofield and Mildred Butcher. Thelma Schofield lived on 12 January 1920 at Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IN, living with her aunt Della Schmoe.1 She married Norbert Henry Wiesler, son of Albert H. Wiesler and Anna K. Fisher, on 17 September 1929 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI. Thelma Schofield died on 14 January 1989 at Petoskey, Emmet Co., MI, at age 79 OBITUARY - Petoskey News & Review; Monday, January 16, 1989 (taken from a book: Descendants of Thomas Skolfield, 1707-1796 by Ester S. DeVries - copied from findagrave.com):

Thelma S. Wiesler, 79, of Harbor Springs, died Jan. 14, 1989 at Little Traverse Division, Northern Michigan Hospital. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Livonia. The former Thelma S. Schofield was born April 29, 1909, in Arizona, the daughter of Robert and Mildred Schofield. She made her home with her family in several states and was a high school graduate. On Sept. 17, 1929, she married Norbert H. Wiesler in Detroit. The couple resided in the Birmingham area and Mr. Wiesler preceded her in death. Mrs. Wiesler was a member of the Holy Name Catholic Church of Birmingham. Survivors include: three daughters, Mrs. Charles (Mary Margaret) Feltz of Venice, Fla., Mrs. Richard (Mary Elizabeth) Halpin of Harbor Springs, and Mrs. James (Mary Josephine) Galvin of Chicago, ILL. eight grandchildren; one great-granddaughter.
The family suggests memorials to the St. Jude Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.

She was buried in January 1989 at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield, Oakland Co., MI.

Children of Thelma Schofield and Norbert Henry Wiesler


  1. [S3570] 1920 Federal Census, Shelby County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 465; FHL #1820465.

Catharine Scholl1

     Catharine Scholl married George Conrad Saylor.1

Child of Catharine Scholl and George Conrad Saylor


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Hettie Scholl

     Hettie Scholl married Thomas Miller.

Child of Hettie Scholl and Thomas Miller

Joseph Scholl

M, b. 1755, d. 1835
     Joseph Scholl was born in 1755. He married Levina Boone, daughter of Daniel Boone and Rebecca Bryan. Joseph Scholl died in 1835.

Peter Scholl

     Peter Scholl married Mary Boone, daughter of Edward Neddy Boone and Martha Bryan, circa 1782.

Ralph Schollenberger

M, b. 13 February 1918, d. 28 March 2000
     Ralph Schollenberger was born on 13 February 1918 at Pottstown, Montgomery Co., PA. He married Gertrude Bernice Roberts on 25 November 1939 at Chester Co., PA. Ralph Schollenberger died on 28 March 2000 at age 82.

Henry Scholten

     Henry Scholten married Crescentia Groteweil.

Child of Henry Scholten and Crescentia Groteweil

Walter Scholten

M, b. 3 August 1880, d. 13 June 1949
     Walter Scholten was born on 3 August 1880 at Rhineland, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Henry Scholten and Crescentia Groteweil. Walter Scholten married Blanche E, Powell, daughter of John Price Powell and Nellie Fullington Craig, on 25 December 1912. Walter Scholten died on 13 June 1949 at Montgomery Co., MO, at age 68.

Maria Scholtz1

     Maria Scholtz was born at Königliche Kammergut, Silesia.1 She married Hans Hübner on 14 January 1710 at Ober Harpersdorf, Silesia.1

Child of Maria Scholtz and Hans Hübner


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Balthasar Scholtze1

M, d. 28 November 1726
     Balthasar Scholtze was born at Silesia.1 He was the son of Matthias Scholtze.2 Balthasar Scholtze married Susanna Dietrich.1 Balthasar Scholtze died on 28 November 1726 at Herrnhut, Saxony.1

Child of Balthasar Scholtze and Susanna Dietrich


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  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 301, citing Brecht.

George Scholtze1

     George Scholtze married Anna Hübner.1

Child of George Scholtze and Anna Hübner


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Matthias Scholtze1


Child of Matthias Scholtze


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 301, citing Brecht.

Anna Schonauer

F, b. 1730, d. 1797
     Anna Schonauer was born in 1730 at Lancaster Co., PA. She married Hans Ulrich Zuppinger in 1748 at Lancaster Co., PA. Anna Schonauer died in 1797 at Shenandoah Co., VA.

Children of Anna Schonauer and Hans Ulrich Zuppinger

Minnie E. Schonfield

F, b. 28 July 1886, d. 8 March 1961
     Minnie E. Schonfield was born on 28 July 1886 at Indiana. She married Charles E. DeBaun at Shelby Co., IN. Minnie E. Schonfield died on 8 March 1961 at age 74. She was buried in March 1961 at Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Shelby Co., IN.

Children of Minnie E. Schonfield and Charles E. DeBaun

John Schooler

     John Schooler married Elizabeth Randell, daughter of Abraham Randell and Margaret Starr, on 15 May 1828 at Shelby Co., OH.

Anna E. Schooley

     Anna E. Schooley married Isaac Newton Green, son of William Green and Rebecca McBride, in 1861.