Statler Family Genealogy Homepage
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Family Database Updated as of:
January 15, 2017

Database contains over 136,210  individuals
with lines going back to ADAM and EVE!!
(Added over 2,470 individuals since the last update on 10/12/2015)

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By selecting the menu options on the left, you can search through our family database, historical documents, obituaries and photo album. Come back often as this website is always growing!  Note:  The search function to the right will not search the names in the Family Database.  You'll need to go to the database itself and use the search function there.
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This site is not restricted just to the Statler surname.  We realize that there are many variations and spelling changes from the original surname (which is not Statler), such as Stadler, Stateler, Stedler, Stetler, Stotler, etc.  Therefore, you'll find almost every spelling variation on this site (plus all the related families).  You will come across royal families, biblical lines and even a few famous names.  Also, this database has grown beyond the direct Statler lines and now encompasses most of the related families that lived in the Southeast Missouri area.

Note:  The Statlers in the Family Database at this site are the branch that went to North Carolina from Pennsylvania, then moved on and settled in Southeast Missouri by crossing the Mississippi River on New Year's Day, 1800.  This branch is referred to as Group 14 in Sandra Hall's "Statler/Stetler/Stotler Newsletters."

If your looking for my wife's family tree information, then visit my related site:  The Hales & Winans Family Ties website

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The Statler DNA Project

Sandra Hall is coordinating an effort to connect the various Statler families back to their origins in Europe.  She is seeking to connect the Stadler/Statler/Stetler/Stettler/Stotler families through DNA testing by having volunteers take a Y Chromosome test.

If you are a male (or a female with husband, brother etc.) with the surname of Statler (or any variation) and are interested in helping with this research project, please email Sandra for more information.

To view the current results of the DNA Project or to get more information, just visit Sandra's website:  The Statler/Stetler/Stotler Surname Project.

Also at her website you can find updated information about the various family groups she initially setup in her "Statler/Stetler/Stotler Newsletters" that were published in 1986 & 1987.

Sandra's email address is:  shall at pacbell dot net


Statler Surname Origins

The following surname origins were taken from the Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-508137-4:

STADLER
German: from a derivative of Middle High German stadel ‘barn’, ‘granary’, hence a topographic name for someone who lived near a barn or granary, or occupational name for an official who was responsible for receiving tithes into the manorial storehouse. The surname is also occasionally borne by Ashkenazic Jews, apparently as an adoption of the German surname. It is also found in Slovenia, where it is commonly spelled Štadler.

STADTLER
1. variant of Stadler.
2. habitational name from a place named Stadtl, in Bohemia.

STATLER
Variant of German Stadler.

STETLER
Altered spelling of German Stettler.

STETTLER
German: habitational name for someone from Stettlen in the district of Bern, or Stödtlen in the district of Ellwangen.

STOTLER
Perhaps an altered form of German Stadtler.

STUTLER
Origin unidentified. Possibly an Anglicized form of German Statler (see Stadler).

 

If you have additional info on any of the other "Statler" spelling variations, please let me know and I'll add it here.


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Statler Resources at RootsWeb

Check out all the resources available at RootsWeb pertaining to the Statler surname (links to other spellings available also).  Search various databases and post queries via the GenConnect link.  Also, on the GenConnect pages, you can post Bible records, pensions, wills, etc.

Just click HERE to get started!


Statler Family Genealogy Forum (at Genealogy.com's GenForum)

Post messages and replies regarding the Statler families at the Statler Family GenForum.

Also, check out the other spelling variation GenForums:
Stadler, Stateler, Stetler, Stettler, Stotler, Stutler


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The Statler Family Genealogy Homepage, Mary Alice Blaylock, or David Statler may not be held liable for incorrect or misleading information found on this website, nor for any consequences resulting from the use of any information found on this site.

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