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Surname Schulz

Surname Schulz (シュルツ Japan, Schulz Germany United States Brazil Canada, Шульц Russia Kazakhstan Ukraine Belarus Lithuania) , in all the world, is a very common last name. Cognomen Schulz is characteristic to Western Europe, particularly Germany, where it is a common surname, Austria, where it is quite a common surname, and Switzerland. In absolute terms the name is most common in Germany, the United States, and Brazil.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Schulz

Nomographic illustration
VARIANTCOUNTRY
シュルツ Japan
Schulz Germany, Canada, Brazil, United States
Шульц Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus
שולץ Israel

Notable namesakes

Hieronymus Schulz Germany (b. 1460) link
Gottfried Schulz 1669-1719 (b. 1669) link
picture of Johann Abraham Peter Schulz Johann Abraham Peter Schulz Johann Abraham Peter Schulz German musician and composer, Germany (b. 1747) link
Georg Peter Schultz Polish editor, regarded as an important figure in the Enlightement (b. 1680) link
picture of Friedrich Schulz Friedrich Schulz Friedrich Schulz Germany (b. 1762) link
Nikolaus Schulz (b. 1714) link
picture of Friedrich Schulz Friedrich Schulz Friedrich Schulz German politician and jurist, Germany (b. 1795) link
Benedict Schulz (b. 1735) link
picture of Wilhelm Schulz Wilhelm Schulz Wilhelm Schulz German geologist, Germany (b. 1805) link
picture of Heinrich Schulz Heinrich Schulz Heinrich Schulz (b. 1797) link
Adolph Schulz (b. 1753) link
Friedrich Schulz (b. 1753) link
Charlotte Schulz German person (b. 1770) link
Gottlob Heinrich Schulz (b. 1764) link
David Schulz German theologian, Kingdom of Prussia (b. 1779) link
picture of Carl Theodor Schulz Carl Theodor Schulz Carl Theodor Schulz Norwegian horticulturist, Norway (b. 1835) link
picture of Ferdinand Schulz Ferdinand Schulz Ferdinand Schulz Czech member of Czech council, publicist, writer and high school educator (b. 1835) link
picture of Josef Schulz Josef Schulz Josef Schulz Czech architect and university educator, Austrian Empire (b. 1840) link
Carl Friedrich Schulz German painter, Germany (b. 1796) link
picture of Miguel E. Schulz Miguel E. Schulz Miguel E. Schulz Geógrafo y Profesor de la Escuela Nacional Preparatoria, MX (b. 1851) link
Karoline Schulz (b. 1792) link
Karl Gustav Schulz Prussia (b. 1793) link
Leopold Schulz Austrian painter, Austria-Hungary (b. 1804) link
Louis Schulz German lawyer, Germany (b. 1806) link
Rudolf Schulz born 1807, Latvia (b. 1807) link
Petrus Schulz German luthier, Germany (b. 1808) link
picture of Шульц, Фёдор Богданович Шульц, Фёдор Богданович Шульц, Фёдор Богданович (b. 1820) link
picture of Ewald Schulz Ewald Schulz Ewald Schulz (b. 1850) link
picture of Павел Антонович Шульц Павел Антонович Шульц Павел Антонович Шульц российский сенатор, Russian Empire (b. 1831) link
picture of Michail Fjodorowitsch von Schulz Michail Fjodorowitsch von Schulz Michail Fjodorowitsch von Schulz russischer Vizeadmiral, Russian Empire (b. 1862) link
picture of Antonín Schulz Antonín Schulz Antonín Schulz Austria-Hungary (b. 1852) link
Eduard Schulz Austrian pianist, Austria (b. 1813) link
Leonhard Schulz Austrian composer, Austria (b. 1814) link
picture of Leo Schulz Leo Schulz Leo Schulz German and American cellist, USA (b. 1865) link
picture of Thomas Norberg Schulz Thomas Norberg Schulz Thomas Norberg Schulz Norwegian engineer, Norway (b. 1866) link
Friedrich August Schulz Germany (b. 1810) link
picture of George M. S. Schulz George M. S. Schulz George M. S. Schulz American politician, USA (b. 1871) link
Emil Schulz Born 1822, in Wolfenbüttel died 8 January 1912, in Brunswick. German, Painter. Portraits. (b. 1822) link
Moritz Schulz German sculptor, Germany (b. 1825) link
Benedict Schulz (b. 1817) link
Rudolph Schulze German politician, Germany (b. 1827) link
Gottlob Schulz (b. 1821) link
picture of Otto Schulz Otto Schulz Otto Schulz German-Swedish architect and designer (b. 1882) link
picture of Walter Schulz Walter Schulz Walter Schulz Germany (b. 1872) link
Albert Shultz German writer on medieval literature, Germany (b. 1802) link
Carl Schulz (1823–1876) (b. 1823) link
picture of Germany Schulz Germany Schulz Germany Schulz American football player and coach, college athletics administrator, USA (b. 1883) link
picture of Johannes Schulz Johannes Schulz Johannes Schulz priest, Deutsches Reich (b. 1884) link
picture of Fritz W. Schulz Fritz W. Schulz Fritz W. Schulz German artist, Germany (b. 1884) link
Emilian Schulz Czechoslovak pedagogue, Czechoslovakia (b. 1836) link
August Schulz violinist, Germany (b. 1837) link
picture of Al Schulz Al Schulz Al Schulz American baseball player, USA (b. 1889) link
picture of Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg Rudolf Schulz-Dornburg German conductor (b. 1891) link
picture of Шульц, Вильгельм Фёдорович Шульц, Вильгельм Фёдорович Шульц, Вильгельм Фёдорович (b. 1852) link
picture of Bruno Schulz Bruno Schulz Bruno Schulz Polish novelist and painter, Austria-Hungary (b. 1892) link
picture of Ferdinand Schulz Ferdinand Schulz Ferdinand Schulz German aviation constructor, pilot, Germany (b. 1892) link
picture of Vladimír Schulz Vladimír Schulz Vladimír Schulz Austria-Hungary (b. 1883) link
picture of G. Shulʹt︠s︡ G. Shulʹt︠s︡ G. Shulʹt︠s︡ Russian Empire (b. 1853) link
picture of Heinrich Schulz Heinrich Schulz Heinrich Schulz German officer, Germany (b. 1893) link
picture of Josef Schulz Josef Schulz Josef Schulz Austrian elementary school teacher and painter, Austria (b. 1893) link
picture of Albert Schulz Albert Schulz Albert Schulz German journalist and politician, Germany (b. 1895) link
Constantin Nils Lorenz von Schoultz (b. 1806) link
picture of Lavinia Schulz Lavinia Schulz Lavinia Schulz German artist, costume designer and dancer, Germany (b. 1896) link
Rudolf Schulz (b. 1837) link
Karl Schulz (b. 1838) link
picture of Karel Schulz Karel Schulz Karel Schulz Czech poet, publicist, bookwriter, writer and historic literature writer, Czechoslovakia (b. 1899) link
picture of Erwin Schulz Erwin Schulz Erwin Schulz German Nazi SS general and Holocaust perpetrator, Deutsches Kaiserreich (b. 1900) link
picture of Walt Schulz Walt Schulz Walt Schulz American baseball player, USA (b. 1900) link
picture of Hieronim Schulz Hieronim Schulz Hieronim Schulz Polish physician, 🇵🇱 (b. 1901) link
Carl Schulz Norwegian scientist, Norway (b. 1851) link
Adrien Schulz French painter, France (b. 1851) link
Adolf Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1852-02-25 (b. 1852) link
Jaroslav Gustav Schulz Czech educator and classical philologist (b. 1852) link
picture of Adelbert Schulz Adelbert Schulz Adelbert Schulz German World War II general, Deutsches Reich (b. 1903) link
picture of Otto Schulz Otto Schulz Otto Schulz German SS Untersturmführer and manager of the German equipment works in Dachau, Germany (b. 1903) link
picture of Konstantin Schillz Konstantin Schillz Konstantin Schillz Russian Empire (b. 1864) link
Václav Schulz Czechoslovak archivist, Czechoslovakia (b. 1854) link
Wenzel Schulz Austrian master builder (b. 1855) link
Gustav Jaroslav Schulz (b. 1846) link
Ewald Schulz music director, Deutsches Reich (b. 1856) link
picture of Karl-Lothar Schulz Karl-Lothar Schulz Karl-Lothar Schulz Luftwaffe general, Germany (b. 1907) link
Toni Schulz German painter, Germany (b. 1858) link
Moritz Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1858-06-15 (b. 1858) link
Josef Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1858-07-08 (b. 1858) link
picture of Шульц, Эвальд Карлович Шульц, Эвальд Карлович Шульц, Эвальд Карлович (b. 1869) link
Ferdinand Schulz Kingdom of Yugoslavia (b. 1849) link
Paul Schulz Austrian civil servant, Austria (b. 1860) link
Gottlieb Schulz 1860-1927 (b. 1860) link
picture of Arnaldo Schulz Arnaldo Schulz Arnaldo Schulz Portuguese military officer and Mnister, Governor of Portuguese Guinea, Portugal (b. 1910) link
Karoline Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1861-09-29 (b. 1861) link
Max Schulz Germany (b. 1851) link
August Schulz botanist (b. 1862) link
Sofie Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1862-07-10 (b. 1862) link
Шульц, Феофил Иванович Russian Empire (b. 1823) link
Margarete Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1864-07-19 (b. 1864) link
Alexandr Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1864-05-16 (b. 1864) link
Kazimierz Szulc (b. 1824) link
picture of Erich Schulz Erich Schulz Erich Schulz German bicycle racer, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (b. 1914) link
Ludvík Schulz holocaust victim, b. 1864-06-21 (b. 1864) link
Bruno Schulz German architectural historian, Germany (b. 1865) link

Characteristic forenames

Robert, David, Thomas, Daniel, John, Maria, Christian, Paul, Andreas, and Richard