Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1

M, #36841, b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Father*Edwin J. Schoettle1 b. November 17, 1876, d. December 24, 1947
Mother*Sara L. Mullarky1 b. 1883, d. April 15, 1973
     Ferdinand Paul Schoettle, son of Edwin J. Schoettle and Sara L. Mullarky, was born on March 15, 1911 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1,2
He lived with his parents, Sara and Edwin, in 1920 at 7800 Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3
Ferdinand was enumerated as the son of Edwin J. Schoettle on the 1920 U. S. Census of Ward 22, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as an eight-year-old boy born in Pennsylvania as was his father; his mother was born in New York. He was attending school.3
A newspaper article dated May 26, 1929 reported Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Schoettle and their family, of 1530 Locust street, will leave next Wednesday for a trip to Yama Farms, New York, where they will spend Memorial Day. They will pass the summer at "Crosstrees," their cottage at Island Heights, N. J., and upon their return to this city after Labor Day will occupy and apartment at the Barclay, Rittenhouse Square East.4
He lived with his parents, Sara and Edwin, in 1930 at 1830 Manning Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1
Ferdinand Paul was a paper box manufacturer in 1930.1
Ferdinand was enumerated as the son of Edwin J. Schoettle and Sara L. Mullarky on the 1930 U. S. Census of Ward 84, Block 127, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as an 18-year-old male born in Pennsylvania as was his father; his mother was born in New York.1
Ferdinand married Helen Louise White, daughter of John Beaver White, on November 11, 1932 at Stoke Poges Lodge, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.5,2
Ferdinand Paul Schoettle and Helen Louise White vacationed in February, 1939 at Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, visiting Louise's father, John Beaver White, at his winter home.6 Ferdinand Paul Schoettle was divorced in 1946.7
Ferdinand married Lucy Jane Ford, daughter of Albert J. Ford and Lucille P. Paynter, on July 22, 1950 at Larchmont Shore Club, Larchmont, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.8,9 His ex wife, Louise, died on January 14, 1956 at age 44.2,7 At the time of his sons' marriage in 1964, Ferdinand resided in Camden, South Carolina.10 At the time of his daughter's marriage in 1967, Ferdinand resided in St. Croix, Virgin Islands.11 He and Lucy Jane Ford were divorced after 1967. At the time of (an unknown value) in 1968, Ferdinand resided at The barclay in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1212
The Barclay
Philiadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ferdinand died on March 18, 1968 at King Edward VII Memorial Hospilat in Pagat, Bermuda, at age 57.2,12 His cause of death was hyperkalaemic cardiac arrest due to acute renal failure.12
His obituary was published in the Philadelphia Enquirer on March 22, 1968.13 His obituary stated:
On March 18, Ferdinand P., son of Sara M. Schoettle and the late Edwin J. Schoettle. Solemn Requiem Mass, on Sat., 11 A. M., St. John Baptist Vianney Church, Gladwyne Pa. Int. Calvary Cem.
13
His funeral service was held on March 23, 1968 at St. John Baptist Vianney Church, Gladwyne, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.13 He was buried on March 23, 1968 in Calvary Cemetery in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.13

Family 1

Helen Louise White b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956
Child

Family 2

Lucy Jane Ford b. 1918, d. March 31, 1991

Citations

  1. [S7370] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edwin J. Schoettle household.
  2. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S7589] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edwin J. Schoettle household.
  4. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Plans of the Schoettles", May 26, 1929, page 86.
  5. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  6. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Frederick P. Schoettles To Return From Nassau", February 24, 1939, page 14.
  7. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Louise Schoettle Killed in 37-Ft. Fall at Hotel", January 15, 1956.
  8. [S2763] Lucille Schoettle - Carlo Novi Wedding Announcement.
  9. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Wedding Announcement Lucy Jan Ford", August 1, 1950, page 20.
  10. [S7552] Schoettle-Bok Engagement Article.
  11. [S7558] The Daiily Times Salisbury, MD "Mrs. Joan Schoettle Weds Robert Patrick Hayman", April 19, 1967.
  12. [S7556] Ferdinand Schoettle Death Report.
  13. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Ferdinand P. Schoettle Obituary", March 22, 1968, page 28.

Karl Raymond Schoettle1,2

M, #36842, b. 1915, d. July 23, 1993
Father*Edwin J. Schoettle1 b. November 17, 1876, d. December 24, 1947
Mother*Sara L. Mullarky1 b. 1883, d. April 15, 1973
     Karl Raymond Schoettle, son of Edwin J. Schoettle and Sara L. Mullarky, was born in 1915 in Pennsylvania.1
He lived with his parents, Sara and Edwin, in 1920 at 7800 Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3
Karl was enumerated as the son of Edwin J. Schoettle on the 1920 U. S. Census of Ward 22, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as a five-year-old boy born in Pennsylvania as was his father; his mother was born in New York. He was attending school.3
A newspaper article dated May 26, 1929 reported Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Schoettle and their family, of 1530 Locust street, will leave next Wednesday for a trip to Yama Farms, New York, where they will spend Memorial Day. They will pass the summer at "Crosstrees," their cottage at Island Heights, N. J., and upon their return to this city after Labor Day will occupy and apartment at the Barclay, Rittenhouse Square East.4
He lived with his parents, Sara and Edwin, in 1930 at 1830 Manning Street in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1
Karl was enumerated as the son of Edwin J. Schoettle and Sara L. Mullarky on the 1930 U. S. Census of Ward 84, Block 127, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as a 15-year-old male born in Pennsylvania as was his father; his mother was born in New York.1 Karl was the best man at the marriage of Murray McIlvaine Taylor and Edwin James Schoettle Jr on September 28, 1933 at St. Patrick's Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; The marriage took place in the parish house in the presence of the immediate famiies of the bride and groom. . The bride wore a model of ivory satin with a train extending fro the shoulders.5
At the time of her marriage Karl attended Pennsylvania Military College and was a member of the First Troop, Philadelpha City Calvery.6 Karl Raymond Schoettle and Margaret Louise Diss were engaged in September, 1938.6
Karl married Margaret Louise Diss on December 3, 1938.6,7
A newspaper article dated April 3, 1943 reported Ensign and Mrs. Karl R. Schoettle of Ardmore, have been spending several days at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.8
Karl gave the bride at the wedding of Leonard Beale Randolph and Sally Ann Schoettle in December, 1966 at Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.9
Karl died on July 23, 1993 at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.10
His obituary was published in the Philadelphia Enquirer on July 25, 1993.10 His obituary stated:
Karl R. Schoettle, founder and retired president of Delaware Valley Box Co. and a member of numerous clubs in the Philadelphia area, died Friday at Bryn Mawr Hospital He was 79 and lived in Bryn Mawr.
A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Schoettle served as a lieutenant in the Navy during World War II, as well as with the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry before and after the war. The city cavalry is the oldest continuously active military unit in the United States.
Mr. Schoettle was an executive in the folding-carton industry for 50 years. He was an avid sailor his entire life, sailing on small boats on New Jersey's Barnegat Bay in his youth, and owning many sailboats as an adult. He frequently sailed Chesapeake and New England waters.
"He was a very vital, strong and handsome man," said Margaret Schoettle, his wife of 54 years.
Mr. Schoettle was a member of the Gulph Mills Golf Club, the Merion Cricket Cub, the Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia, and the Yeomans Hall Club, a country club near Charleston, S.C. He also was a founder of the White Pidgeon Club, a shooting group.
Survivors: In addition to his wife, daughter, Sally S. Randolph of Villanueva, son, Karl R. Schoettle Jr. of Wayne, and four grandchildren.
A memorial service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Pennswood and New Gulph Roads in Bryn Mawr. Instead of flower, contributions may be made in Mr. Schoettle's name to Bryn Mawr Hospital, 130 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr, or to Beaumont at Bryn Mawr Retirement Community, 601 N. Ithan Ave., Bryn Mawr
10
His funeral service was held on July 27, 1993 at Church of The Redeemer, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.10

Family

Margaret Louise Diss d. January 12, 2004

Citations

  1. [S7370] 1930 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edwin J. Schoettle household.
  2. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S7589] 1920 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), Edwin J. Schoettle household.
  4. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Plans of the Schoettles", May 26, 1929, page 86.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Schoettle-Taylor", September 24, 1933, page 54.
  6. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Schoettle-Diss Engagement", September 16, 1938, page 14.
  7. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Schoettle-Diss Marriage", December 11, 1939, page 59.
  8. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Comings, Goings", April 3, 1943, page 11.
  9. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Randolph - Schoettle", December 18, 1966.
  10. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Karl R. Schoettle Obituary", July 25, 1993, page 5.

Helen Louise White1,2

F, #36843, b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956
Father*John Beaver White b. June 10, 1874, d. April 25, 1946
     She was normally known as Louise Schoettle. Helen Louise White, daughter of John Beaver White, was born on February 9, 1911 in London, Middlesex, England.2
Helen married Ferdinand Paul Schoettle, son of Edwin J. Schoettle and Sara L. Mullarky, on November 11, 1932 at Stoke Poges Lodge, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1,23
Helen Louise White and Ferdinand Paul Schoettle vacationed in February, 1939 at Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, visiting Louise's father, John Beaver White, at his winter home.4 Helen Louise White was divorced in 1946.5 At the time of her fathers' death in 1946, Helen resided in Wayne, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.6
Louise died on January 14, 1956 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, at age 44.2,5
Her obituary was published on January 15, 1956 at Chicago Tribune. Her obituary stated:
Social Matron Dies in Slide Off Banister
A socially prominent woman fell to her death in a stairwell at the Bellevue-Stratford hotel last night when she demonstrated to friends how "I used to slide down banisters when I was a kid."
Mrs. Louise White Schoettle, 44, who lived in the main line suburb of Wynnewood, was attending a dance at the hotel.
Falls 37 Feet
The tragedy occurred on a winding marble stairway leading to the hotel lobby from a second floor ballroom.
As Mrs. Schoettle descended the steps with two friends, she remarked: "This is how I used to slide down banisters when I was a kid."
Leaning over the circular railing, she started to slide, lost her balance, and with a shriek toppled 37 feet to her death.
4 Children Survive
Mrs. Schoettle, mother of four children, was the former wife of Ferdinand P. Schoettle, New York advertising executive and member of a socially prominent Philadelphia family. The 1932 marriage ended in divorce in 1946.
The couple's children are two sons, Ferdinand Jr., stationed with the navy at Bermuda, and Michael, a student at Yale university, and two daughters, Joan and Polly.

Her funeral service was held on January 17, 1956 at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.5
A newspaper article in Philidelphia Inquirer dated January 15, 1956 reported

Louise Schoettle Killed in 37-Ft. Fall at Hotel.
Socially prominent Mrs. Louise White Schoettle plunged 37 feet to her death on the marble floor of the Bellevue-Stratford's rear lobby last night when she lost her balance while demonstrating a childhood stunt of sliding down a banister.
The tragedy horrified some 250 guests at a society dance which was nearing an end in the ballroom on the second floor.
Calls to Friend
Mrs. Schoettle, who was 42 and lived at 5 Langdon rd., Wynnewood, had left the ballroom shortly after 11:30 P. M. As she emerged from a powder room, located a half-floor above a balcony fronting the ballroom, she called to John D. Warriner, 48, of 4232 Ardmore ave., Ardmore, and John Connable Bennett, of E. Mill rd., Flourtown, who also were guests at the affair.
According to Detective Herman Webb, Mrs. Schoettle called out:
"This is how I used to slide down banisters when I was a kid."
Loses Balance
The investigator said Mrs. Schoettle then leaned over the polished wooden handrail and slid a distance of half-dozen steps.
As she moved, she began losing control of her balance and, just before reaching floor level, toppled head first over the rail. She checked her fall momentarily by grasping the rail but lost her grip and plunged to the marble flooring just outside the archway which leads into the hotel's main lobby.
At the point of her fail, there is a radiator flanked by two ornamental urns. Witnesses said she appeared to strike one of the five-foot urns as she fell.
Dies in Hospital
The victim was taken to Pennsylvania Hospital where she died five minutes after arrival. The body was removed to the city morgue.
Mrs. Schoettle was the former wife of Ferdinand P. Schoettle, New York advertising executive and member of a socially prominent Philadelphia family. The marriage, in 1932, ended in divorce in 1946. The couple had three sons, Ferdinand P., Jr; John S., and Michael, who is a student at Yale University.
Since 1946, Schoettle has married twice, the last time, in 1950, the former Lucy Jane Ford, of Larchmont, N. Y.
Mrs Schoettle was a top-flight amateur golfer and widely known in sport circles. She was a member of the Merion Golf Club.5



A newspaper article in Philidelphia Inquirer dated January 16, 1956 reported

Mrs. Schoettle's Death In Fall Called Accident
Mrs. Louise White Schoettle of 5 Langdon rd., Wynnewood, was killed instantly when she fell Saturday night as she slid down a banister at the Bellevue-Stratford. Police investigators yesterday ruled her death accidental.
Dr. Theodore B. Krouse, pathologist in the medical examiner's office, said Mrs. Schoettle suffered a crushed skull in the 37-fool plunge from the rail to the first floor.
Socialites Horrified
The tragedy that occurred at 11:30 P. M. horrified some 250 guests at a dance which was nearing an end in the ballroom on the second floor.
At the time of the accident, the 44-year-old socialite and mother of four children had emerged from a powder room a half-floor above a balcony fronting the ballroom and was descending the stairs. She was accompanied by Robert E. Daffron, Jr., of Ithan, and John Connable Bennett, of E. Mill rd., Flourtown.
She drew away from her escorts, remarking "This is how I used to slide down banisters when I was a kid."
Leaning over the circular railing she started to slide, lost her balance and with a shriek toppled over the railing to her death. She was pronounced dead at Pennsylvania Hospital, where she was taken in a police emergency wagon by Patrolmen Joseph McPhillips and Joseph Marciano.
An autopsy performed at 2 P. M. yesterday by Dr Krouse disclosed a large area on the right side of the skull had been shattered in the fall.
The physician said the victim's left forearm had deep scrapes and the right index finger was bruised when she attempted to check her fall y grasping the railing. Eyewitnesses reported she lost her grip and plunged to the marble tile flooring just outside the archway which leads into the hotel's main lobby.
Daffron and Bennett told Detective George Benz that Mrs. Schoettle was joking with them just before the accident occurred.
Daffron said he had escorted Mrs. Schoettle to the dance. They arrived at the hotel at 8:40 P. M., concluded dinner about 10:30 P. M., and had several dances before they went to the landing from which the tragedy occurred a short time later.
Joseph Meehan, 38 of 888 Park ave., New York City, told Benz he was standing about 20 feet from the marble stairs leading from the third floor.
Meehan said he saw Mrs. Schoettle walk down a few stairs, lean over the rail and start to slide. About six steps from the second-floor landing, where the rail turns, she lost her balance and fell over the rail, plunging between the rails to the first floor. As she started to fall she tried to grasp the railing wither her left hand, Meehan said.
Meehan said he only had time to shout "Watch out" then he went to the first floor and saw Mrs. Schoettle lying on the tile floor.
Robert S. Pearce, resident manager of the hotel, said he was in the lobby and did not see the actual fall. He was attracted by the commotion.
Pearce said he found Mrs. Schoettle lying on the lobby floor near the Chancellor st. exit. Her body lay between two stone floral stands.
Relative Calls Police
Pearce told Benz he did not know Mrs. Schoettle but learned later she was a sister-in-law of a desk clerk at the hotel, Kenneth Eckles, of 1814 Spruce st. Eckles summoned police.
Mrs. Schoettle's effects were turned over to Mr. and Mrs. William H. S. Wells, her cousins. They said they were attending the social affair when the accident occurred.
Mrs. Schoettle was the former wife of Ferdinand P. Schoettle, New York advertising executive and member of a socially prominent Philadelphia family. The 1932 marriage ended in divorce in 1946.
The couple had two sons, Ferdinand P., Jr., stationed with the Navy ib Bermuda, who was notified of the tragedy; Michael, a student at Yale University, and two daughters, Joan S., and Polly.
Mrs. Schoettle was a top-flight golfer and widely known in sport circles. She was a member of the Merion Golf Club.
Funeral services will be held at 11 A. M. tomorrow in the chapel of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church.5


5

Family

Ferdinand Paul Schoettle b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Child

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  3. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Mrs. Ferdinand P. Schoettle", January 2, 1933, page 9.
  4. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Frederick P. Schoettles To Return From Nassau", February 24, 1939, page 14.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Louise Schoettle Killed in 37-Ft. Fall at Hotel", January 15, 1956.
  6. [S7585] John Beaver White Death Certificate.

Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr1

M, #36844, b. August 17, 1933, d. November 24, 2010
Father*Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1 b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Mother*Helen Louise White1 b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956
Ferdinand Paul Schoettle, Jr
     Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr, son of Ferdinand Paul Schoettle and Helen Louise White, was born on August 17, 1933.2
Ferdinand Paul was a associate with the law firm of Morgan, Lewis %bockius in 1964 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3,4 He and Enid Curtis Bok were engaged in November, 1964.4
Ferdinand married Enid Curtis Bok, daughter of Chief Justice Curtis Bok and Nellie Lee Holt, on February 13, 1965 at Arch Meeting House of the Society of Friends, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.3
Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr lived in 1965 The Hopkinson House, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.5
His marriage announcement in The New York Times said he graduated from St. Mark's School in Southborough, Massachusetts, Princeton University and the Harvard Law School where he was editor of The Law Review.3 At the time of his fathers' death in 1968, Ferdinand resided at 1046 6th Street in South East, Minnesota.6 He and Enid Curtis Bok were divorced on August 7, 1978 at Hennepin County, Minnesota.7
Ferdinand married Deborah J. Thomson on November 24, 1979 at Minnesota.8 Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr and Deborah J. Thomson were divorced on September 8, 1982 at Minnesota.8
Ferdinand married Barbara F. Adams on September 4, 1988 at Minnesota.8 Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr and Barbara F. Adams were divorced on March 6, 1989 at Minnesota.7 At the time of his step-mother's death in 1991, Ferdinand resided in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.9
In 2010 he was inducted into the Barnegat Bay Sailing Hall of Fame at Ocean City College, New Jersey. His induction read:
Andy Schoettle: In the mid-1940s, at age 14, was second in a Sneakbox to lead the Bay Head Yacht Club Team to win the Barclay Cup, the Barnegat Bay team race cup for 21 and under; placed in the top three in two Atlantic Coast Penguin championships; won the Sir Thomas Lipton and Johnson Trophies at Gibson Island, MD in Stars, in 1958; won the 5.5 Prince of Wales Cup in prior to the 1956 Olympics; was skipper of the 5.5-meter class in the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, where he finished fourth; alternate for the 1960 Olympics in Rome; second in the Gold Cup in Sweden; second in the North American Finn Championship twice; first out of 88 at the Inland Lake M Scow Championship in 1973; first out of 60 at the 1983 Inland Lake C Scow Championship; 1974-76, sixth at Tempest Holland Worlds, first in the East Coast J/22 Championship, third in the North Americans, and second at both the U.S. and World Championships; at age 67, finished second in Lasers in his age group.

Ferdinand died on November 24, 2010 in Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida, at age 77.1 His cause of death was cancer.1
His obituary was published in the Fairfax County Times, Herndon, Virginia on December 1, 2010.1 His obituary stated:
Ferdinand P. Schoettle (Andy) died November 24 in Vero Beach, Florida from cancer. He was the son of Louise White Schoettle of Villanova and Ferdinand P. Schoettle of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Professionally, Andy was a nationally recognized scholar of federal and state tax law and policy. He received his A.B. degree from Princeton University. He received his LL.B. degree with high honors and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in economics from Harvard University. During law school, he was an Editor of the Harvard Law Review. After graduating from law school, Andy clerked for Judge Learned Hand of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He then worked for the United States Treasury Department in the Office of Tax Legislation Counsel and for Senator Joseph Clark. From 1963 to 1966, he practiced law at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia. He joined the University of Minnesota Law School faculty in 1967. As a professor of law, he taught courses in state and local taxation, federal taxation, law and public policy (including tax policy), and economics for lawyers. He was a Guest Scholar at the Brookings Institute, Visiting Professor at Uppsala University in Sweden and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School. He formally retired from teaching in 2008. Andys passion in his life was sailing. Over his sailing career, Andy owned and raced a variety of boats including J boats, Scows, Lasers and Finns. He began sailing in Mantoloking, New Jersey on Barnegat Bay, and he raced on the East Coast, in the Mid West, and in Europe, winning or placing in top positions in many regattas. He skippered a 5.5M in the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia finishing fourth and was on the United States Olympic team in the 1960 Olympics in Naples, Italy. He was inducted into the Barnegat Bay Hall of Fame this past summer. Outside of sailing, Andy had a love for the outdoors. He spent a great deal of time in the mountains around Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He loved to hike, ride horseback and fly-fish on the Snake River. Andy is survived by his two sons, Michael and Derek Schoettle, a daughter, Katherine Long, six grand children, and four siblings Michael B. Schoettle, Joan Carville, Polly Miller, and Lucile Ford. There will be a memorial service in remembrance of Andys life this June in Mantoloking, New Jersey. Donations are being accepted in his name to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA.
2

Family 1

Enid Curtis Bok

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7373] Ferdiinande P. Schoettle Obituary, December 1, 2010.
  3. [S7551] Schoettle-Bok Marriage Article.
  4. [S7552] Schoettle-Bok Engagement Article.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Enid C. Bok married", February 14, 1965, page 73.
  6. [S7556] Ferdinand Schoettle Death Report.
  7. [S7554] Minnesota Divorce Collection, 1970-1995, Ancestry.com (database online), 2006.
  8. [S7553] Minnesota Marriage Collection, 1958-2001, Ancestry.com (database online), 2007.
  9. [S7514] Lucy Buihler Obituary, April 5, 1951.

Katherine Schoettle1

F, #36845
Father*Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr b. August 17, 1933, d. November 24, 2010
Mother*Enid Curtis Bok
     Katherine married (?) Long.2

Family

(?) Long

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7373] Ferdiinande P. Schoettle Obituary, December 1, 2010.

Michael Karl Schoettle1,2

M, #36846
Father*Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr1 b. August 17, 1933, d. November 24, 2010
Mother*Enid Curtis Bok1

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7555] Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002, Ancestry.com (database online), 2004.

Derek Curtis Schoettle1

M, #36847
Father*Ferdinand Paul "Andy" Schoettle Jr1 b. August 17, 1933, d. November 24, 2010
Mother*Enid Curtis Bok1

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.

Michael Beaver Schoettle1,2,3

M, #36848
Father*Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1 b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Mother*Helen Louise White1 b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956
     Michael Beaver Schoettle and Marcia Dornin were engaged on February 22, 1962.4
Michael married Marcia Dornin, daughter of Marshall Edgar "Skinny" Dornin and Nova, on June 20, 1962 at Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.5

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7556] Ferdinand Schoettle Death Report.
  3. [S7551] Schoettle-Bok Marriage Article.
  4. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Wedding in June", February 22, 1962, page 25.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Schoettle-Dornin Wedding", June 21, 1962.

Joan Stevens Schoettle1

F, #36849
Father*Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1 b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Mother*Helen Louise White1 b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956
     Joan married (?) Carville.1 Joan Stevens Schoettle and Robert Patrick Hayman were engaged in January, 1967.2,3
Joan married Robert Patrick Hayman, son of Francis L. Hayman, on April 15, 1967 at Gloria Dei Episcopal Church (Old Swedes), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.4,5

Family 1

(?) Carville

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7558] The Daiily Times Salisbury, MD , January 30, 1967.
  3. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Hayman-Schoettle Engagement", January 12, 1967.
  4. [S7558] The Daiily Times Salisbury, MD "Mrs. Joan Schoettle Weds Robert Patrick Hayman", April 19, 1967.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Hayman-Schoettle Wedding", April 16, 1967, page 95.

(?) Carville1

M, #36850

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.

Mary Alice "Polly" Schoettle1

F, #36851
Father*Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1 b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Mother*Helen Louise White1 b. February 9, 1911, d. January 14, 1956

Family 1

(?) Miller

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S7557] Schoettle-Anderson Wedding Article.
  3. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Schoettle-Anderson Wedding", August 25, 1964, page 12.
  4. [S7514] Lucy Buihler Obituary, April 5, 1951.
  5. [S8995] Philadelphia Inquirer Newspaper "Jones - Schoettle", October 25, 1968, page 31.

(?) Miller1

M, #36852

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.

Lucile Ford Schoettle1,2

F, #36853
Father*Ferdinand Paul Schoettle1 b. March 15, 1911, d. March 18, 1968
Mother*Lucy Jane Ford2 b. 1918, d. March 31, 1991
     Lucile married Carlo Alessandro Novi, son of Giancarlo Novi, on May 30, 1983 at Manhatten House, New York, New York. The service was performed by Reverend Julian Nagy of the Hungarian First Reformed Church.2

Citations

  1. [S7372] United States Obituary Collection, Ancestry.com (database online), 2010.
  2. [S2763] Lucille Schoettle - Carlo Novi Wedding Announcement.

Christiane Barbare Henne1,2

F, #36855, b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     Christiane Barbare Henne was born on April 20, 1816.1
Christiane married Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle, son of Johann Conrad Schoettle and Eberhardine Friederike Lapple, on May 18, 1838 at Evangelisch Church, Eschenbach, Donaukreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 48.654722,9.675556.1,3
Christiane died on January 9, 1893 in Plochingen, Kreis Esslingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, at age 76.1

Family

Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle b. April 4, 1803
Children

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S7429] Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898, FamilySearch Database online.
  3. [S6409] Germany Marriages 1700-190, FamilySearch Database online.

Mina Schoettle1

F, #36856, b. October 24, 1832
Father*Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle1 b. April 4, 1803
Mother*Christiane Barbare Henne1 b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     Mina Schoettle, daughter of Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle and Christiane Barbare Henne, was born on October 24, 1832.1

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.

Eberhardine Friedericke Schoettle1,2

F, #36857, b. March 19, 1842
Father*Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle1 b. April 4, 1803
Mother*Christiane Barbare Henne1 b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     She was normally known as Friederike Schoettle. Eberhardine Friedericke Schoettle, daughter of Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle and Christiane Barbare Henne, was born on March 19, 1842 in Germany.1 She was baptized on March 28, 1842 at Evangelische Church, Altbach, Kreis Neckar, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S7429] Germany Births and Baptisms, 1558-1898, FamilySearch Database online.

Christiane Katharine Schoettle1

F, #36858, b. December 6, 1844
Father*Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle1 b. April 4, 1803
Mother*Christiane Barbare Henne1 b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     Christiane Katharine Schoettle, daughter of Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle and Christiane Barbare Henne, was born on December 6, 1844 in Altbach, Kreis Esslingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1
Christiane married (?) Feyl circa 1865.2 At the time of her brother Ferdinand's death in 1895, Christiane resided in Esslingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2 She was named a beneficiary in the will of Ferdinand Eberhard Schoettle on June 10, 1895.2

Family

(?) Feyl

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.
  2. [S8823] Ferdinand Schoettle Probate File.

Pauline Catharina Schoettle1

F, #36859, b. September 19, 1846
Father*Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle1 b. April 4, 1803
Mother*Christiane Barbare Henne1 b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     Willhelm Gottlieb "William" Schoettle and Pauline Catharina Schoettle were twins.1 Pauline Catharina Schoettle, daughter of Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle and Christiane Barbare Henne, was born on September 19, 1846.1

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.

Rosine Catharina Schoettle1

F, #36860, b. February 24, 1852
Father*Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle1 b. April 4, 1803
Mother*Christiane Barbare Henne1 b. April 20, 1816, d. January 9, 1893
     Rosine Catharina Schoettle, daughter of Wilhelm Ludwig Schoettle and Christiane Barbare Henne, was born on February 24, 1852 in Germany.1

Citations

  1. [S7374] Ancestry World Tree.

Maria Ehmann1

F, #36861, b. November 1, 1831, d. January 10, 1833
Father*Johannes Ehmann1 b. May 6, 1799, d. November 16, 1879
Mother*Anna Marie Schoettle1 b. February 2, 1802, d. October 30, 1861

Germans To Russia – see:

     Maria Ehmann, daughter of Johannes Ehmann and Anna Marie Schoettle, was born on November 1, 1831 in Alt Posttal, Bessarabia, Russia.1
Maria died on January 10, 1833 in Bessarabia, at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.

Michael Ehmann1

M, #36862, b. April 29, 1842, d. March 5, 1846
Father*Johannes Ehmann1 b. May 6, 1799, d. November 16, 1879
Mother*Anna Marie Schoettle1 b. February 2, 1802, d. October 30, 1861

Germans To Russia – see:

     Michael Ehmann, son of Johannes Ehmann and Anna Marie Schoettle, was born on April 29, 1842 in Alt Posttal, Bessarabia, Russia.1
Michael died on March 5, 1846 in Bessarabia, at age 3.1

Citations

  1. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.

Barbara Mueller1

F, #36863, b. June 15, 1830, d. February 24, 1861
Father*Johannes Mueller1 b. April 18, 1793, d. March 25, 1856
Mother*Anna Barbara Schoettle1 b. July 5, 1795, d. March 23, 1861

Germans To Russia – see:

     Barbara Mueller, daughter of Johannes Mueller and Anna Barbara Schoettle, was born on June 15, 1830 in Alt Posttal, Bessarabia, Russia.1
Barbara died on February 24, 1861 in Bessarabia, at age 30.1

Citations

  1. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.

Gregorius "Gorius" Schöttlin1,2

M, #36864, b. circa 1535, d. 1590
Father*Jakob Schöttlin2 b. circa 1500, d. circa 1545
Mother*Catharina (?)3

Germans To Russia – see:

     His nickname was "Gorius." Gregorius "Gorius" Schöttlin was also known as Gregorius "Gorius" Schoettle. Gregorius "Gorius" Schöttlin, son of Jakob Schöttlin and Catharina (?), was born circa 1535 in Wart, Kreis Calw, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1,4,2
Gregorius married Anna Müller, daughter of Bartholomäus Müller, on February 5, 1560 at Ebhausen, Kreis Calw, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.2,4
Gregorius married Agneß (?) circa 1565.2
Gregorius was bauer and bürger (farmer and citizen).4
Gregorius died in 1590 in Baden-Württemberg.4

Family 1

Anna Müller
Children

Family 2

Agneß (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S8634] Prof. Dr. Burkhart Oertel, Ortssippenbuch Ebhausen & Wollhausen.
  3. [S8667] Prof. Dr. Oertel, Ortssippenbuch Wart & Ebershardt.
  4. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.

Anna Müller1,2

F, #36865
Father*Bartholomäus Müller b. circa 1520

Germans To Russia – see:

Family

Gregorius "Gorius" Schöttlin b. circa 1535, d. 1590
Children

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S8634] Prof. Dr. Burkhart Oertel, Ortssippenbuch Ebhausen & Wollhausen.
  3. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.

Bartholomäus Müller1

M, #36866, b. circa 1520
     Bartholomäus Müller was born circa 1520.1
Bartholomäus was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 census Baltimore Town, Maryland. Based on ages, it is possible that the following were also living in the household:.2

Census

Census YearPlaceHead of Household
1790Baltimore Town, MarylandGeorge Dutro2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S7394] 1790 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), George Dutero household.

Johanna Maria Bürkle1

F, #36867, b. March 28, 1790, d. November 20, 1866
     Johanna Maria Bürkle was born on March 28, 1790 in Wart, Kreis Calw, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.1
Johanna married Joseph Schoettle, son of Johann Ulrich Schoettle and Eva Margareta Loeffler, in 1810 at Russia.1,2,3
Johanna died on November 20, 1866 in Dennewitz, Bessarabia, Russia, at age 76.1

Family

Joseph Schoettle b. January 25, 1784, d. January 4, 1847
Children

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S7628] Unknown submitter (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "russland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 3, 2011.
  3. [S8634] Prof. Dr. Burkhart Oertel, Ortssippenbuch Ebhausen & Wollhausen.

Johannes Schoettle1

M, #36868, b. March 18, 1805, d. January 29, 1858
Father*Joseph Schoettle1 b. January 25, 1784, d. January 4, 1847
Mother*Johanna Maria Bürkle1 b. March 28, 1790, d. November 20, 1866

Germans To Russia – see:

     Johannes Schoettle, son of Joseph Schoettle and Johanna Maria Bürkle, was born on March 18, 1805.1
Johannes married Anna Maria Mayer in 1830.2
Johannes died on January 29, 1858 in Dennewitz, Bessarabia, Russia, at age 52.2

Family

Anna Maria Mayer b. 1810, d. 1899
Child

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S7628] Unknown submitter (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "russland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on July 3, 2011.

Eva Schoettle1

F, #36869, b. 1808, d. November 27, 1827
Father*Joseph Schoettle1 b. January 25, 1784, d. January 4, 1847
Mother*Johanna Maria Bürkle1 b. March 28, 1790, d. November 20, 1866

Germans To Russia – see:

     Eva Schoettle, daughter of Joseph Schoettle and Johanna Maria Bürkle, was born in 1808 in Poland.1
Eva died on November 27, 1827 in Wittenberg, Bessarabia, Russia.1

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.

Michael Schoettle1

M, #36870, b. December 9, 1818, d. March 18, 1887
Father*Joseph Schoettle1 b. January 25, 1784, d. January 4, 1847
Mother*Johanna Maria Bürkle1 b. March 28, 1790, d. November 20, 1866

Germans To Russia – see:

     Michael Schoettle, son of Joseph Schoettle and Johanna Maria Bürkle, was born on December 9, 1818 in Wittenberg, Bessarabia, Russia.1
Michael married Maria Elisabeth Keller on February 8, 1840 at Tarutino, Bessarabia, Russia.1
Michael died on March 18, 1887 in Bessarabia, at age 68.1

Family

Maria Elisabeth Keller b. October 14, 1820, d. February 27, 1900
Children

Citations

  1. [S7380] Research prepared by Dr. Harald Schoettle.
  2. [S7376] Ernst Brost (submitter e-mail withheld) member family tree titled "Brost Deutschland-Bessarablen-Deutschland" (Online: The Generations Network, Incorporated, www.ancestry.com). Last accessed on Juloy 27, 2011.