Fulda History

Home Letter Home 1857 Fun Fulda Facts Fulda Flyover Enoch Twp. General Store School Newsy Notes Murder! Old Church From Fulda to Fulda German Thanks


Photo of Mittlelkalbach, Fulda Co., Germany (courtesy Manuela Kaib)

Mittelkalbach is the ancestral village of several Fulda OH settlers, including the Crock, Heil, Hohman, Kress, and Schoeppner families.



This page contains information about the history of Fulda, Ohio.  Please let me know if you have something you think would be appropriate for this page (stories, letters, photos, etc).


A Letter Home

In 1857, 35 year old carpenter Valentine Scheetz (Schütz) wrote a letter to his brother Sebastian in Germany.  The letter vividly describes life in the farm community of Fulda, Ohio in the mid-nineteenth century.

This article by Willi Schütz appeared in the 5 Sep 2001 edition of Buchenblatter: Beilage der Fuldaer  Zeitung fur Heimatfreunde  ("Buchenblatter: Supplement of the Fulda Newspaper for Friends of the Homeland").    

I am indebted to the author, Willi Schütz, as well as to Dale Schott, who brought this article to my attention.  (Dale is the author of The German Beginnings of Fulda, Ohio.)       


Fun Fulda Facts Interesting tidbits about life in Fulda, Ohio    
Fulda Flyover Aerial view of present-day Fulda, Ohio     


Enoch Twp.


Excerpts from the book History of Noble County, Ohio published in 1887.


Fulda School


Photo and information about the German Catholic school at Fulda. 


Newsy Notes


Newspaper excerpts from Caldwell papers from 1880 to 1915


German Thanks


An article from 1874 in the German newspaper Fuldaer Zeitung




Read about the horrific murder that occurred in Nov 1880.


Old Church


History and a drawing of the original St. Mary's Church at Fulda




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This page was last updated on 07/06/18.