Gordon Small's Family & Genealogy
Kaspar SCHMALZ 2 3
- Born: January 1, 1783
- Marriage: Thekla LIEBICH on January 24, 1804 in Steinbach, Baden, Germany 1
- Died: February 19, 1815, Varnhalt, Baden, Germany at age 32 4
Another name for Kaspar was Caspar SCHMALZ.
Kaspar married Thekla LIEBICH, daughter of Petrus LIEBICH and Elisabeth DRAPP, on January 24, 1804 in Steinbach, Baden, Germany.1 (Thekla LIEBICH was born in January 1784.)
- FamilySearch International Genealogical Index,
KASBAR SCHMALZ Male
Parents: Father: JOHANN SCHMALZ Mother: MARIA ANNA ERNST
Marriages: Spouse: THEKLA LIEBICH Marriage: 24 JAN 1804 Steinbach, Baden, Baden
Batch Number: 7402813 Sheet: 80 Source Call No.: 0934335 Type: Film.
- Roman Reith provided information including the following source citation information:,
Ahnenliste: MVVVVV (17V)
+ Heiratseintrag KB Steinbach (1804) => Caspar Schmalz
+ Geburtseintrag des Sohnes Petrus (1810)
+ Geburtseintrag des Sohnes Burkadus Bruno (1812)
+ Sterbeeintrag des Bruders Cayetan (1813)
+ Sterbeeintrag (1815): Alter 32 Jahre, 1 Monat, 17 Tage => Geboren 1.1.1783
+ 2. Heiratseintrag der Frau Thekla (1816)
+ Heiratseintrag des Sohnes Felix (1830).
- Email, Information provided by Roman Reith.
In the register of deaths the name is written as "Caspar".
In the register of marriages there is an entry where the name is written as "Kaspar". This entry reports the marriage of Felix Schmalz (as son of Caspar) and Johanna Graus as follows:
"Steinbach, in the year 1830, on May 12, in the morning at 8 o'clock were married in the name of the lord Felix Schmalz, unmarried legitimate son of Kaspar Schmalz and Thekla Liebich of Varnhalt, and the unmarried Johanna Kraus, legitimate daughter of Franz Xaver Kraus and Gertrud Wörner of Gallenbach."
There is another source out of the year 1804 (marriage of Caspar with Thekla Liebich) where the spelling "Caspar" is used.
So, both spellings are possible, i.e. using "C" or "K". It seems "Caspar" may be an elder spelling of this name.
- Parish Register Entry, Kaspar Schmalz
Picture was provided by Roman Reith.