When Christine Friederike Roessler was born on 13 October 1802, in Spöck, Bezirksamt Karlsruhe, Baden, her father, Johann Friedrich Rössler, was 28 and her mother, Maria Eva Süss, was 21. She married August Martin Mangold on 30 December 1823, in Spöck, Bezirksamt Karlsruhe, Baden. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 4 daughters. She died on 5 June 1879, in Spöck, Bezirksamt Karlsruhe, Baden, at the age of 76, and was buried in Spöck, Bezirksamt Karlsruhe, Baden.
Some characteristic forenames: German Fritz, Klaus, Wenzel, Erwin, Hans, Heinz, Helmut, Horst, Konrad, Kurt, Manfred, Ralf.
German (mainly Rössler): occupational name for someone who bred, handled, worked, rode, or owned horses, from an agent derivative of Middle High German ros ‘horse, steed’. Compare Rossler .
Jewish (Ashkenazic; also Rössler): from German Ross ‘horse’ + the agent suffix -ler, either an occupational name (see 1 above) or a name distributed at random by Austrian clerks.