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Marriage: Children:
  1. Anna Margaretha Schwarzkopf: Birth: 18 NOV 1821.

  2. Jacob Schwarzkopf: Birth: 6 JUN 1823 in Wanniheim; Wurttemberg, Germany.

  3. Katharina Schwarzkopf: Birth: 4 FEB 1825.

  4. Barbara Schwarzkopf: Birth: 26 JAN 1827. Death: 25 AUG 1828

  5. Conrad Schwarzkopf: Birth: 2 MAR 1829. Death: 15 SEP 1833

  6. Barbara Schwarzkopf: Birth: 20 SEP 1830. Death: 19 MAR 1831

  7. Johannes Schwarzkopf: Birth: 30 DEC 1831. Death: 11 FEB 1832

  8. Johannes Sr. Schwarzkopf: Birth: 29 JUL 1833 in Wankheim, Wurttemberg, Germany. Death: 3 JAN 1904 in America

1. Title:   Evangelical Community Church Records, Wankheim, Wurttemberg, Germany.
Publication:   Compiled 1962 by Hermia A Robrock, 219 No. Monroe, KC, MO; (OR) (1991) Jeannetta Carter, 3300 Oakhill Place, Clarkston, MI 48349
Author:   Head Church Office at Tubingen, Wurttebberg, GA Re: Pastor Hermann Huhn

a. Note:   SCHWARZKOPF AUTHOR =? GRANDCHILD OF JOHANNES SCHWARZKOPF B. JULY 29, 1833- ERRORS MARKED BY CAPITALIZED COMMENTS The name Schwarzkopf does not appear in the Baptismal Register between 1710 and 1740 or in the marriage register between 1720 and 1740 and in none of the later family registers. Therefore Europhrosina Schwarzkopfin (the "in" ending denotes a women's name) must have come to Haiterbach from another part of the country - perhaps she came from Tuttlingen as one of the godparents is from Tuttlingen. Her son Christian Schwarzkopf was the second illegitimate child of Euphrosina Schwarzkopfin and he was quickly christianed "Christian Schwarzkopf". His Godparents were: Michael Gulekunst, Michael Schuon, Regina Margetha Weyelmannin and Johann Weylmanns, merchant at Tuttlingen. Christian Schwarzkopf was born Oct. 25, 1756 was a keeper of horses. Married Maria Katharina Fray May 15, 1799. She was born July 2, 1761. died June 15 1831, they were only married a short time when he died Sept. 14, 1800 in Weilheim aged 44 years. They had Anna Margaretha Schwarzkopf born Nov. 18, 1821 married 1844. [ANNA MARGARETHA IS NOT THE DAUGHTER OF THIS COUPLE] (2) Jacob Schwarzkopf born May 21, 1795 in Wankheim (our ancestor) 3. Johann Georg Schwarzkopf born July 20, 1800. Just a few months before his father died. Jacob Schwarzkopf our ancestor born May 21, 1795 in Wankheim was a farmer and stonemason married May 10, 1821 Anna Maria Frey who was born March 9, 1795 in Wankheim. They had eight children, four died young. He died Aug. 13, 1860 and she Feb. 25, 1878. Their children were: 1. Anna Margaretha Schwarzkopf Nov. 18, 1821 2. Jacob Schwarzkopf June 6, 1823 3. Katharine Schwarzkopf Feb. 4, 1825 4. Barbara Schwarzkopf Jan. 26, 1827-Aug. 5, 1828 5. Conrad Schwarzkopf March 2, 1829-Sept. 15, 1833 6. Barbara Schwarzkopf Sept. 20, 1830-March 19, 1831 7. Johannes Schwarzkopf Dec. 30, 1831-Feb. 11, 1832 8. Johannes Schwarzkopf July 29, 1833- This youngest member of the family was our grandfather and came to Indiana 1854, four years after his father's death. His mother lived with her daughter Anna Walker and grandaughter (Emiley?-handwriting illegible) Walker Kuttler, twenty eight (18) (sic) years longer. Can go back several generations of Anna Maria Freys family. Anna Margaretha Schwarzkopf married Calvin Walker and was the grandmother of Jacob Kuttler and Mary Sills. John [B JULY 29, 1833], Jacob [B JUN. 6, 1823], and Mary Schwarzkopf [ANNA MARGARETHA SCHWARZKOPF B. NOV. 18, 1821, MRD. CALVIN WALKER] lived in Wittenberg [WURTTEMBERG} Germany 1854. John married Barbara Myers [MAIER]in 1856 [JULY 5, 1855] and came to America at an unknown date after that [1854]. Jacob came to America in 1854 and settled in Bucyrus Ohio. He married a sister of Barbara Myers [ELIZABETH MAIER]. One of their children was buried in the ocean on the way over. John and wife Barbara and sister Mary Walker came to America about 1880 [JOHN AND BARBARA CAME TO AMERICA 1854, ACCORDING TO 3RD SENTENCE BELOW ANNA MARGARETHA CAME TO AMERICA CA 1870-1874]. John and Barbara lived in Crawford County Ohio until son John was six years old. John and Henry Yager had a shoemaking shop together in Hartford City. Later John bought a farm north-east of Hartford and lived there til John's sister Mary Walker came to this country between 1870 and 1874. Mary said, "You know your way around better than I so sell me this farm and you buy another" which he did about 1 1/2 miles farther northeast where the youngest son Lewis was born. Lewis lived on this farm until his death in 1932. Since then Lewis' youngest son Glenn has lived in the house his father was born in and now one of Gelnn's sons, Donald lives there. The house is of hewn logs and was built before the civil war. John bought forty acres a mile farther northeast and finally sold it to his son John for $1100. Vergil was born on this farm and later they moved to a farm farther east. ------------------------------------------- is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.