Bertha Albertine Caroline Schultz

F, b. 1880, d. 20 May 1959
  • Bertha Albertine Caroline Schultz was born in 1880 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Carl August Schultz and Augusta Henriette Wenzel Abraham.
  • At the age of 18 years, Bertha Albertine Caroline Schultz married Heinrich Politch, son of Carl Politsch and Margaretha Gerhardt, in 1898 in Queensland. They settled on a dairy farm at Woodleighton near Maclagan. Bertha became a midwife and bush nurse much demand.
  • On 7 February 1946,her husband, Heinrich Politch died in Queensland.
  • Bertha Albertine Caroline Schultz died on 20 May 1959 in Queensland.
  • Bertha was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.

Child of Bertha Albertine Caroline Schultz and Heinrich Politch

Carl (Herman) Schultz

M, b. circa 1839, d. October 1875
  • Carl (Herman) Schultz was born circa 1839. He was the son of Frederick Schultz and Minnie Shay.
  • Carl (Herman) Schultz married Marie Louise Wilhelmine (Minnie) Gladigau on 19 January 1869 in Gross Rossau, Madegurb, Prussia. Carl was a master taylor and musician.
  • Carl (Herman) Schultz and Marie Louise Wilhelmine (Minnie) Gladigau immigrated in 1872. Carl and Minnie were able to pay their own passage to Australia.
  • Carl (Herman) Schultz selected land - Carl had applied for 100 acres at Gowrie Junction. He and Wilhelmine moved onto the block and began to clear it almost immediatelly
    on 12 May 1875.
  • Carl (Herman) Schultz died in October 1875. He died from accidental strychnine poisoning when he mistook a packet of strychnine for Glauber's salts which he intended to use as a relief for a distended stomach. Minnie continued on the farm with the children.
  • The following article appeared in the The Queenslander on 6 November 1875. " A CASE of accidental poisoning occurred, last Saturday, at Gowrie Junction. Oppressed by the heat of the day, a German settler, named Hermann Shultz, retired to his bed, having previously partaken of a hearty dinner. He subsequently drank a quantity of vinegar and water mixed with baking soda, and, to relieve the pain he afterwards experienced, he took a dose from a packet which he believed to contain Glauber salts. The packet from which the dose was obtained was found in a hat left by a countryman in Shultz's possession, and it contained poison —strychnine— for poisoning native dogs. Three grains of the powder given to a dog on Sunday at Toowoomba, terminated the animal's existence in twenty minutes. The quantity taken by deceased in mistake for salts was sufficient to poison fourteen or sixteen persons. At the enquiry, held on Saturday, before the Police Magistrate, Minna Shultz, wife of the deceased, deposed: We have been at Gowrie Junction for six months; yesterday deceased went to work as usual; he came home at dinner time, and partook of a good dinner ; the weather being hot he went to lie down; about three o'clock he was seized with a fit; he said he had a cramp in his stomach; he had three severe fits, and two that were not so bad; he died about half-past four o'clock in the afternoon; he has not been well for some time past; he was in the thirty-seventh year of his age ; we have been three years in the country; and have three children. Caspar Ulrich deposed: I have been shepherding on Weranga station; I arrived at Toowoomba about fourteen days since; I met deceased but Wednesday week at Wockner's hotel; I went with him to Benjamin's store to buy material for a pair of trousers; deceased was a tailor, and was going to make trousers for me; I bought a hat as well; my old hat was rolled up in the parcel with the cloth, and taken away by deceased; when he brought me the trousers I asked him for the old hat; he said, "It was thrown away at Benjamin's;" there was poison in the lining of the hat; I hid it for poisoning native dogs at the Weranga station; I forgot that the poison was in the lining of my old hat; I kept it in my hat because I had previously kept it in my pocket, and had tasted it when chewing my tobacco; I did not afterwards carry it with my tobacco in my pocket; the packet in my hat contained strychnine; I had a couple of glasses of grog, and never thought of the poison after buying the cloth; the poison was given to me by Mr. Sele, the manager of the station. Minna Shultz, recalled, said: After dinner deceased drank a lot of vinegar and water and baking-soda; he took also a portion of a powder I have given to Dr. Roberta; it was the first time he had taken any of that powder; I found the powder in an old hat belonging to a shepherd; a man at Wockner's public-house gave the hat to deceased.— D. D. Gazette."
  • Carl was buried in Glencoe Bethlehem Lutheran cemetery.

Children of Carl (Herman) Schultz and Marie Louise Wilhelmine (Minnie) Gladigau

Carl August Schultz

M, b. 4 May 1876, d. 22 January 1955
  • Carl August Schultz was born on 4 May 1876 in Highfields, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Carl August Schultz and Augusta Henriette Wenzel Abraham.
  • At the age of 22 years, 10 months and 4 days, Carl August Schultz married Maria Elizabetn Trost, daughter of Justus David Trost and Amelia Catherina Frahm, on 8 March 1899 in Queensland. Their first home was at Silverleigh. Carl was a dairy farmer and butcher. When prickley pear invaded the family moved their herd to Inverlaw near Kingaroy in the early 1900's. Carl became a bore sinker and carried grain to suppliment the farm income.
  • In 1920,his wife, Maria Elizabetn Trost died in Queensland. Carl and Maria had eight children. After her death he remarried to Annie Natallier in 1922 and fathered a further six sons.
  • Carl August Schultz died on 22 January 1955 in Queensland at age 78. He was one of the founding members of the Kingaroy Shire Council. a member of the Inverlaw School Committe, a member of the Kingaroy Show Society and the Hospital Board. He was also an active member of his church.
  • Carl was buried in Taabinga Cemetery.

Carl August Schultz

M, b. 1838, d. 1888

Children of Carl August Schultz and Augusta Henriette Wenzel Abraham

Carl Herman Schultz

M, b. circa 1872, d. 1909

Child of Carl Herman Schultz and Mary Louisa Calcutt

Caroline Schultz

F, b. 1842, d. 2 June 1922
  • Caroline Schultz was born in 1842 in Germany.
  • Caroline Schultz married Gottfried Kanowski, son of Gottfried Kanowski and Wilhelmine Josewski, circa 1870.
  • Caroline Schultz and Gottfried Kanowski immigrated to Brisbane in January 1884. Gottfried, 38, and Karoline 41, travelled with their children: Wilhelmina 8, Marie 5, Louise 3 and and Wilhelm 1, on the Goalpara which departed Plymouth on 7 Nov 1883 and arrived in Cooktown on 10 Jan 1884. Also on the ship were Gottfried's sister Caroline with her husband Wilhelm Vandersee and their four chhildren.
  • Caroline Schultz and Gottfried Kanowski appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Glencoe. Gottfried was a farmer and Caroline carried out home duties. Other Kanowski families also farmed in the district suggesting Gottfried was somehow related to Johann Kanowski.
  • Caroline Schultz died on 2 June 1922 in Queensland.
  • Caroline was buried on 2 June 1922 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Caroline Schultz and Gottfried Kanowski

Christian August Schultz

M, b. 1907, d. 17 April 1964

Clara Emily Schultz

F, b. 1902

Clara Mabel Schultz

F, b. 1890

Clifford Schultz

M, b. 1914, d. 1972

Dorothy Elizabeth Schultz

F, b. 1915, d. 25 March 2003

Eda Amelia Schultz

F, b. 9 December 1881, d. 26 May 1960
  • Eda Amelia Schultz was born on 9 December 1881 in Highfields, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Carl August Schultz and Augusta Henriette Wenzel Abraham.
  • In 1888,Eda Amelia Schultz's father, Carl August Schultz died in Queensland. He died of pneumonia.
  • At the age of 26 years and 5 months, Eda Amelia Schultz married Joseph Henry Miles in June 1908 in Doctor's Creek, Queensland. They purchased a home in Toowoomba where Eda raised a family of five and worked as a midwife for Dr Horne and Dr McKenzie.
  • On 31 May 1953,her husband, Joseph Henry Miles died in Queensland.
  • Eda Amelia Schultz died on 26 May 1960 in Queensland at age 78.
  • Eda was buried on 27 May 1960 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. CE1-6-005-0043.

Elsie May Schultz

F, b. 19 January 1910, d. 3 December 1984
  • Elsie May Schultz was born on 19 January 1910 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Albert Joseph Schultz and Amelia Fitch.
  • Elsie May Schultz died on 3 December 1984 in Queensland at age 74.

Eric Schultz

M, b. 1907, d. 1974

Frederick Wilhelm Schultz

M, b. circa 1885, d. 1959

Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz

M, b. 12 April 1877, d. 31 July 1955
  • Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz was born on 12 April 1877 in Highfields, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Carl August Schultz and Augusta Henriette Wenzel Abraham.
  • Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz acquired land in 1898. He bought Portion 4037, Parish of Aubigny. Its unimproved value was £140 with annual rates of 8s 6d. The land originally belong to William Fuller, then Garfe Viggers. The farm was named Happy Valley.
  • At the age of 21 years, 9 months and 13 days, Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz married Augusta Emilie Franke, daughter of Ferdinand Franke and Emilie Augusta Louise Dossler, on 25 January 1899 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 Frederick was listed as a farmer of Goombungee in the Crow's Nest Post Office Directory.
  • Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Goombungee. Frederick was a farmer and August carried out home duties.
  • He and Augusta Emilie Franke appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Neuve. Friedrich was a farmer.
  • On 3 September 1939,his wife, Augusta Emilie Franke died in Queensland.
  • Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz died on 31 July 1955 in Queensland at age 78.
  • Friedrich was buried on 2 August 1955 in Goombungee Cemetery.

Children of Friedrich Wilhelm (William) Schultz and Augusta Emilie Franke

Gladys Bertha Schultz

F, b. 1913, d. 1973

Henry Christoph Schultz

M, b. 1882, d. 1967

Herbert Schultz

M, b. 1909

Herbert Lawrence Schultz

M, b. 1912, d. 11 December 1994

Hermann Frederick Schultz

M, b. 1886, d. 1887
  • Hermann Frederick Schultz was born in 1886 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Martin Schultz and Auguste Panzram.
  • Hermann Frederick Schultz died in 1887 in Queensland.

Hermine Christine Anna Schultz

F, b. 1875, d. 30 April 1945

Children of Hermine Christine Anna Schultz and Wilhelm Puschmann

Hilda Marie Schultz

F, b. 1900, d. 26 February 1978

Johann Schultz

M, b. 1874, d. 24 May 1961
  • Johann Schultz was born in 1874.
  • He was the son of Martin Schultz and Auguste Panzram.
  • Johann Schultz immigrated on 24 May 1881 with Martin Schultz and Auguste Panzram. Martin aged 33, and Auguste aged 29 travelled on the Zamora with their children Johann 7, Martin 6, Anna 3 and Albert 1.
  • At the age of 21 years, Johann Schultz married Agnes Alwyne Tegge, daughter of Friedrich (Wilhelm) Tegge and Louise Wilhelmine Zahnow, in 1895 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 Johann Schultz John was listed on the Crow's Nest Post Office directory as a farmer ofDjuan.
  • Johann Schultz died on 24 May 1961 in Queensland.
  • Johann was buried on 26 May 1961 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Johann Schultz and Agnes Alwyne Tegge

Leo Schultz

M, b. 1914, d. 1996
  • Leo Schultz was born in 1914.
  • Leo Schultz died in 1996.

Lilly Annie Schultz

F, b. 1907

Lily Louise Schultz

F, b. 1899

Louisa Ernestine Schultz

F, b. 1883, d. 1961

Margaret Minnie Schultz

F, b. 1893, d. 29 March 1988

Martha Auguste Schultz

F, b. 1882