October 5, 2012
As to the Stowasser name, I have 148 references listed on Family Tree Maker, albeit, there may be a few duplicates.
I find that my great-grandmother, Magdalena L. Stowasser (1845-1914) was married to Ferdinand Paus (1838-1902). They lived in Chicago when married and, also, at the time of death. They are buried in St. Mary Cemetery in Chicago. I have much additional information about them.
Their daughter Mary Anne Paus (1870-1926), was married to Christopher C. Niersbach (1866-1938) in Chicago. She is buried in St. Mary Cemetery in Chicago. These are my grandparents.
I have not found references to the names Rölz or Reiel, although I found the name Reinl.
My listings include: Anthony Paus, b. abt. 1893, d. October 16, 1983 in Milwaukee, WI.
Anton - b. 1787 in Loch Falkenau, Austria, m: Theresa Reinl. He is buried in Milwaukee. They had five children.
Anton - (18002-1889), m: Rosalia Scheithauer, they had three children.
Anton - b. 1809, had three children.
Anton - (1838-JUly 7, 1907), m: Margaretha W., she was born in Luxembourg. They had six children. The 'W' may be an initial only.
Anton - July 4, 1874 - May 19, 1903, died in MIlwaukee.
My information has come form various sources, too many to mention here, but likely very reliable.
Specifally, there was, from Falkenau, a Joseph Stovwasser, i. e., (age 16) a passenger #179, aboard Bark Gütenberg, who arrived in NYC on 28 October 1867. His place on the ship's manifest was immediately ahead of the Paus family from Falkenau, Böhmen, headed by Franz (33) and Therese
(28) and their five children. Their stated destination was CHICAGO.
My father's grandfather was Mathias Niersbach, who immigrated from Herforst, Germany (Rheinland) on June 12 1854 to NYC aboard the Elizabeth Denizen. Herforst is very close to the town of Niersbach, all being very near the current U S A F base at Spanfugdahlem, the town may now have a more recent spelling.
I will see what I can about possibilities of Stowasser/Rölz connections. I hope that some of this may be helpful to you. Many Paus made Wisconsin their home.