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Rosina Christina (Schnabel) Stotz (1801 - 1882)

Rosina Christina Stotz formerly Schnabel
Born in Klingenmünster, Baveria, Holy Roman Empiremap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married before 1822 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at age 80 in Glückstal, Glückstal, Odessa, Russiamap
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Black Sea Germans
Rosina (Schnabel) Stotz was a Black Sea German.

Rosina Schnabel has a calculated birth date of 15 November 1801 in Klingenmünster, Kgr. Bayern [Kgr. is the abbreviation for Königreich, or kingdom].[1] [2]

Klingenmünster is now Klingenmünster, Bergzabern, Pfalz, Bayern, Deutschland (Germany).

Rosina married Johann Heinrich Stotz.[1]

Some of Rosina and Heinrich's children were:

  • Christian b 1823; m Magdalena[3]
  • Johann b 1832; m Karolina[3]
  • Johann Daniel b 9 May 1833 Glueckstal[4]
  • Johann Gottlieb b 8 May 1835Glueckstal[4]
  • Christina b18 April 1838 Glueckstal [4]
  • Christina b 16 May 1839 Glueckstal[3][4]
  • Johann Philipp b 2 October 1844 Gluecksthal
  • Louisa b 1848[3]
  • Jacob b 1842[3]
  • Philipp b 1844[3]

In 1858, Rosina was living with her husband, Heinrich and their extended family in household # 162 of Glückstal, Kherson, Russian Empire.

Heinrich Stotz 60 - Wife: Rosina 55
Sons: Christian 35 - Wife: Magdalena 32

Son: Christian 1 month
Daughters: Rosina 9, Magdalena 6, Katharina 2

Johann 26 - Wife: Karolina 21

Daughters: Karolina 2, Christina 1

Jakob 16, Philipp 14
Daughters: Christina 20, Louisa 18
Brother: Friedrich died 1851, age 51[3]

Rosina Stotz, a widow, died at the age of 80 years, 10 months, 20 days on 5 October 1882 in Glücksthal, Glückstal District, Odessa/Kherson Province, Russia. [1]

Research Note

Online for Klingenmünster (both at familysearch/Ancestry and at are the Reformed and the Catholic churchbooks; there was also a Lutheran church there since at least 1782, but their churchbooks do not appear online. So it is not possible right now to verify that she was indeed born there (given that she died as a Lutheran).


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Wahl, D.,Glueckstal Death Records, 188x Published by the Odessa Digital Library - 18 Jan 1998. Husb Johann Heinrich Stotz FHL Film # 1895610/1 page 180 reg. 62, 80 yrs 10 mos 20 dys Widow /( nee Schnabel ) Born in Klinge___? Baye
  2. Family Search. Russia, Lutheran Church Book Duplicates, 1833-1885 FHL Film # 1895610/1 page 180 reg. 62, Glückstal Deaths
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 GRHS. Black Sea German Census, Vol. 1. 1858 Glueckstal, Russia Census, household #162, page 97
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Wahl, D., Glueckstal Birth Records, 193x Published by the Odessa Digital Library - 22 Mar 1996

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