Person Sheet

NameSebastian WILLOTT WILLOTH1,5,6
Birth16 Jan 1796, Buchheim , Baden , GER1,3
DeathSt. Peters, St. Charles Co., MO
Burial16 Jul 1859, All Saints Church, St. Peters, MO1,2,6
FatherMichael ?George ? WILLOTT WILLOTH (1758-1836)
MotherMaria GERMER (-1807)
1Mary Maria HUND HUNN1,5,6
Birth24 Feb 1800, Buchheim , Baden , GER1
Death10 Nov 18412
BurialAll Saints Church, St. Peters, MO2
FatherJoseph HUND HUNN (1778-1838)
MotherMaria Anna WINTERHALTER WINDERGELLER (1776-1846)
Marriage15 Nov 1818, St. Georg Church, Buchheim, GER, (Now March, GER)1,2
ChildrenJoseph (1821-<1859)
Michael (ca1823-1884)
Wendell Wendelin Windel William (1826-ca1884)
Paul (->1884)
Peter (->1884)
Mary Maria (1840->1884)
Charlie Charles (ca1834-1874)
William (ca1837-)
John (ca1832-?1870)
Marianna (1834-<1884)
Maria (1819-<1884)
Frances Francisca (1822-)
Carl Charles (ca1837-1874)
FatherChristopher SHULTE SHULTS
MotherTheresa NOTTE NONTE
Marriage9 Feb 1843, St. Charles Borromeo, St. Charles , MO8,4
Notes for Sebastian WILLOTT WILLOTH
Entered the U.S. on 159 Sept. 1828 from Baden, Germany on the Isabella. Captain was Cyrus Silby out of Le Havre, France. on New York Harbor records.

Missouri Census of 1840 St. Charles Twp lists Sebastian Willott as head of household in which there were 2 males and 1 female under 5 yrs of age, 3 males and 1 female from 5-10 yrs, 1 each b/w 10 & 15, 1 male from 15-20, 1 male from 20-30, 2 males from 40-50 yrs, and 1 female from 40-50 yrs of age.10

According to

Bark ISABELLA, A. Thomas, master, 376 tons, built in New Brunswick in 1828, owned by Kidson & Co.., registered at Glasgow, desined voyage in 1842: Clydeside-Pictou [Lloyd's Register of Shipping for 1842]. The brig ISABELLA, built in Moncton, NB, in 1829 is another vessel entirely. [Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Michael Palmer 28 July 1977]


Franciso, age 5; Joseph, age 7; Marian, age 9; Marian, age 28; Michael, age 3; Sebastian, age 30; Vandelenet, age 1 6/12; all Came to Missouri, USA on the ISABELLA on 15 Sep 1828 from Germany via the Port of New York from the port of Le Havre, France. The captain was Cyrus SILBY and the year and ship number was28-536. The Ship ISABELLA was in service as early as 10 Mar 1825 and as late as 31 Oct 182911

naturalized about 10 Oct 1836, according to St. Charles Naturalizations records.
Last Modified 22 May 2002Created 15 Nov 2002 by Reunion for Macintosh

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