Family #7 in the 1767 Stephan census.
Johannes Stürtz is first mentioned in the Kulberg Reports as a Lutheran farmer from Darmstadt, although he later refers to his town of origin as Wohnfeld.  At 52 years of age in the 1767 Stephan census, that gives him a birth year of 1715.  He was married to Catharina, last name unknown for now, and the couple had at least four children, possibly five:
In the 1767 Stephan census, another child appears in the household, Rosina, age 10, giving her a birth year of 1757. It's not clear if a child was omitted from the Kulberg Reports or if the family took in an orphan during their journey to the Volga River region of Russia.
They are recorded in the 1767 Stephan Census, with a couple of discrepancies regarding their children. His daughter Anna Catharina was missing, probably because she was married and living with her husband's family. A new daughter named Rosina appears in this census, 10 years old, and she's not a match for anyone in the family's Kulberg Reports listing.  Perhaps she was an orphan they took in, or perhaps she was inadvertently missing from the Kulberg Reports.
1767 Stephan Census
I don't have a copy of the 1775 Stephan census, but Johann Stürtz is no longer listed in the 1798 census. Had he been alive, he would have been 83 years old.
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