Moll line from the late 1600s to Franciscus Xaverius Moll (1825-1889)

(Guide to the reader: the numbers before the names refer to the generation.)

1 Christianus Moll (dates unknown), m. Margretha Signius (dates unknown)

2 Joannes Moll (April 10, 1689 - ? 1742) m. Catharina Bechlenin (dates unknown)

3 Antonius Moll (March 17, 1723 - February 21, 1794) m. Veronia Helerin (? - Nov. 6, 1786)

4 Senesius Moll (Oct. 13, 1758 - Sept. 20, 1804) m. Maria Ana Buchmaennin (? - Sept. 21, 1811)

5 Antonius Moll (12 Oct. 1795 - Feb. 6, 1876) m. Johana Abrel (Aug. 15, 1795 - Feb. 2, 1873)

6 Franciscus Xaverius Moll (Apr. 1, 1825 - Dec. 25, 1889) m. Dorothea Luise Ristow nee Heydtke (Dec. 19, 1822 - Mar. 8, 1900)

7 Anna Maria Luise Moll (Aug. 16, 1859 - Feb. 10, 1936) m. Wilhelm Friedrich Schultz (Jun. ?, 1852 - Dec. 10, 1918)

8 Minnie Schultz (? - ?) m. ? Kretschmer

8 Friedrich Schultz (? - ?)

8 Carl Friedrich Ludwig Schultz (? - ?)

8 Edward Schultz (? - ?)

8 Johanna Emilie Auguste Schultz (? - ?) m. Robert Christian Hofert/Hofart (? - May 13, 1949)

8 Wilhelm Schultz (? - ?)

8 Amelia Schultz (? - ?) m. ? Klette (? - ?)

8 Franz Schultz (? - ?)

8 Augusta Schultz (? - ?)

8 Alma Schultz (? - ?)

8 Alfred Schultz (? - ?)

8 Christjaan Friedrich Wilhelm Schultz (? - ?)

7 Ernestine Wilhelmine Moll (? 1861 - Mar. 24, 1883) m. Wilhelm Friedrich Lentz (Dec. 17, 1857- Dec. 14, 1923)

7 Franz Xaver Moll Jr. (Nov. 17, 1863 - Ap. 27, 1915) - see continuation under Moll line (b)

References

Sources of the information from Germany, 17th to 19th centuries:

(1) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) microfilms #0923701 and #0923702, for Beuren (Stockach). Filmed at Freiburg Erzbisch. Archiv. Years: 1650-1847. Includes: Kirchenbuecher, Taufbuch, Ehebuch, Sterbbuch. First heading of book: Liber primus Baptizatorum Beyro prope Aach, renovatus 1764. Second heading of book: Liber Baptizatorum Ecclesia Parochialis, Beyro ad Aach, � ? , Continuatus 1764.

(2) LDS microfilm #0939021, for Eigeltingen. Years: 1650-1849. Includes: Taufen, Heiraten, Tote.

(3) There are no German church records prior to 1650, because Germany was at war with Spain and the Netherlands at that time, and so it is unlikely that any other information on earlier ancestors can be tracked down.

Sources of the information from South Africa, 19th century:

(4) Birth and death dates of Wilhelm Friedrich Schultz (1852-1918): from the GENI entry, managed by John Sparkman. I do not know Mr. Sparkman's sources in turn.

(5) Names of the children of Anna Maria Luise Schultz nee Moll (1859-1936) and Wilhelm Friedrich Schultz (1852-1918): from the GENI entries of the couple and their children, managed by John Sparkman, Ken Blane and Stephanie Hughes. I do not know their sources in turn. Print This Page