Välkommen till släkten Scheutz/Welcome to the Scheutz Family


Welcome to my family which is based on the Scheutz family but also includes other branches like my mothers side of the family and several side and in-law branches. This is a growing tree and I know there are other relatives out there who are interested in helping with their parts of the tree. Some of you have already approached me and given me very valuable information - thanks. If there are no sources which are verified like church books or similar the information can be wrong. Please make sure you verify any information you are using from this tree yourself. I am working on verifying all information bit by bit but it all comes down to how we 'decode' the handwriting of others.

I wouldn't call it my ancestors because I share them with lots of other people. It is more a story about working and middle class Sweden showing the ever present migration of people. Some had success others not so much, most choose to follow in the footsteps of ancestors but others were brave enough to choose a different path. This is a story about craftsmen like glassblowers, smiths, farmers, carpenters, miners, iron workers and soldiers. Many of the women were very strong to survive poverty and hard work, many of them lived long but not so easy lives. This is why I choose to call the tree 'A story of Swedish craftsmen and strong women'. If you would like to receive the newsletter with stories and updates please register here http://eepurl.com/ck9T-D.

fest Skinnskatteberg

This photo is from a family party in Skinnskatteberg. We are still trying to identify all people in the photo. This far we know who three of them are, but looking at some of the women they clearly must be related.


My grandparents family names were Scheutz, von Mühlenfels, Johannesson and Lundahl. The great grandparents were Scheutz, Holm, von Mühlenfels, Nordling, Johannesson, Johansson, Lundahl and Lind.

Scheutz is connected with the glass industry in Sweden and our first ancestor in the country came in the early 1700's from Bohemia. Holm we don't know that much about but the name comes from a man who fostered my great great grandfather (parents unknown). Further research show the Holm family is rooted in Skåne in southern Sweden as is all the branches from Holm. There is no particular occupation here but I have found some mill workers. They seem to have lived all over the county. Maybe the future will show if they also lived there when Skåne was a part of Denmark?


Reinhold Victor Scheutz and his first wife Carolina Margareta Hammarström


Von Mühlenfels is a family with roots in Pommern, today in Germany but also for about 200 years Swedish, many of whom served as soldiers in both the Swedish and Pommerish Armies. This is a family connection by adoption but the only family my grandmother knew. Her real family was Augustsson. Nordling came from counties around Stockholm and worked as inn keepers and merchants.

Johannesson is deeply rooted in Dalsland and they are all farmers. Johansson is still one of our mysteries and waiting to be solved. Lundahls were initially gardeners and before that farmers and from Stockholm and counties near Stockholm. Lind takes us to Bergslagen and the iron industry - ironworkers and miners.


August Johannesson after some successful pike fishing. Coming from a farming family in Dalsland he became a masterpainter in Stockholm. Fishing was just something he did at the summer house in the archepilago.


There are of course other occupations in all branches but these are the main ones. Through Scheutz and glass we are also connected to one of the smith families Schult/Schultz/Schoultz. Originally Schult but today the latter two versions are used, and there is no connection to von Schoultz which is a total different family. The photos in the logo are all from our family. If you are interested in what connections the different photos have or who they might be please contact me.

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Tack för att du besökte denna sajt. Anna Scheutz

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Thanks for visiting this site. Anna Scheutz



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19 maj 2017 - 08:35:56

I have now added more of the Danish side of Scheutz, i.e. the descendants of Conrad Gottfrid Scheutz who moved to Denmark. There is still some more people to add to this branch but it is a start.

All this information comes from the family research made by Halvard Scheutz and presented in the book "Medlemmar av släkten Scheutz". I have not had time to verify his results this far and add any sources.

Newsletter and more
6 maj 2017 - 13:08:48

The latest newsletter has been sent out today. It is just in short some thoughts by me and some introduction of some of the authors in the family tree. I can really recommend reading some of their books. Some you might already have encountered due to them being a bit more well-known. In fact some of them are so well-known but distant I haven't named them or added them in the tree.

I have also continued my work with verifying and adding sources to more facts in the tree. In some cases this means that some information has changed.

24 oktober 2016 - 09:50:18

By reqeust I have now started an electonic newsletter which you can sign up to eihter on this page or the frontapage of the whole website http://scheutz.co.uk. This newsletter will share stories, photos or updates around the whole family tree. If you like to share something please contact me. / Anna

von Mühlenfels
17 oktober 2016 - 08:14:20

Having tried to solve the mystery around this family which moved back and forth between Sweden and Pomerania have been a hard task. I did in the end opt for trying to find out how and if all the von Mühlenfels living in Sweden in late 1800 and early 1900 were related. I did know about the ones that were decendants of Wilhelm Edvard but who were the others? I did follow them back and found that they were mainly siblings to Wilhelm Edvard (my grandmothers grandfather). Their father is said to be a captain in the Swedish Army based in Pomerania Gustaf Friedrich Anton von Mühlenfels. He was married twice and it seems most of his children ended up in Sweden. All his seven sons that lived to be adults became soldiers - five of them in the Swedish Army. At present I am trying to build a tree over how everyone is connected and then it will have to be verified as far as possible. This far I have used Swedish churchbooks, newspapers, military history and records of nobility. There is also some information on the Internet but that really has to be verified since some of it is conflicting.

Autumn 2016
17 oktober 2016 - 08:04:30

My trip to Sweden didn't give me that much time to do any research, but I did meet most of my first cousins. I have as promised now started to look at a few new branches on my cousins sides which has led to Dalarna and Västernorrland mainly. The part for Dalarna is now added on this site. As for Västernorrland I have this far used a mix of churchbooks and databases and all information from databases have to be checked against churchbooks which will take time. I did take time to visit Kosta again and stocked up with a book about the people who lived there and in what houses. Sadly the further back you go the less information there is about just what houses they lived in but it is still a useful book with maps from the Hembygdsmuseum. In Stockholm I did a day trip to Vaxholms fästning to have a look at where Carl Victor Forsman died. I have now managed to follow him from birth to death with all moves and have a picture of how he ended up in Vaxholm for that sad day 11th Aug 1887. 

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Scheutz (190), Andersson (182), Andersdotter (139), Forsman (90), Beechinor (86), Morberg (81), Lind (80), Larsson (79), Olsson (75), Jansson (70), Persdotter (69), Johansson (67), Näf (67), Örtendahl (65), Schoultz, von Schoultz (56)