My Maternal 5th. Great Grandmother, Catherine (MacLean) Linderman

isle of bute, scotland

 Name Hew Mclean
Gender Male
Wife Margrat Campbell
Daughter Catharine Mclean
Other information in the record of
from Scotland Births and Baptisms
Name Catharine Mclean
Gender Female
Christening Date 02 Apr 1724
Christening Place JURA,ARGYLL,SCOTLAND
Father’s Name Hew Mclean
Mother’s Name Margrat Campbell
Citing this Record
“Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XYCL-M4R : 2 January 2015), Hew Mclean in entry for Catharine Mclean, 02 Apr 1724; citing JURA,ARGYLL,SCOTLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,041,078

Rothesay
Town in Scotland
The town of Rothesay is the principal town on the Isle of Bute, in the council area of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It can be reached by ferry from Wemyss Bay which offers an onward rail link to Glasgow. source: Wikipedia

Born: 1724 in Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland.

Isle of Bute, Scotland Satellite

Isle of Bute, Scotland satellite picture

Christened: 2 April 1724 in Jura, Argyll, Scotland.

Daughter of Hugh (Hew) McLean and Margaret (Margrat) Campbell of Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland.

The town of Rothesay Listeni/ˈrɒθ.si/ (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Bhòid) is the principal town on the Isle of Bute, in the council area of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It can be reached by ferry from Wemyss Bay which offers an onward rail link to Glasgow. At the centre of the town is Rothesay Castle, a ruined castle which dates back to the 13th century, and which is unique in Scotland for its circular plan. Rothesay lies along the coast of the Firth of Clyde.

Catherine’s father, Hugh McLean was born in 1700 in Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland. Catherine’s mother, Margaret Campbell born in Scotland.

Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Scotland

Rothesay, Bute, Scotland

Hugh Maclean and Margaret Campbell had seven children in Scotland:  Lachlane, Duncan, Catharine, Anne, Jane, John, and Elspeth McLean.

They emigrated from Scotland in 1749 to New York.

Ludlowville Falls in Lansing, New York

Ludlowville Falls, New York

Wife of Johann Jacob Linderman (aka Lindemann). Married 1743 in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Lancaster Junction Recreation Trail, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Lancaster Junction Recreation Trail, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Historic-Poole-Forge-Park-Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Historic-Poole-Forge-Park-Lancaster, Pennsylvania

They had fifteen children: Johann Justus, Elisabeth, Cornelius, Cornelia, Jacob, Peter, Johannes “John”, Henrik “Henry”, David, Sarah, Ezekiel, Peggy, Jenny, Mary “Polly”, and Catharine Linderman. All born in Montgomery, Orange County, New York. All were baptized in the Dutch Reformed Dutch Church, Montgomery, Orange, New York.

Main Street, Monygomery, Orange, New York

Main Street, Montgomery, Orange, New York

Old_Sugar_House_and_Middle_Dutch_Church_Montgomery, Orange, New York

Old_Sugar_House_and_Middle_Dutch_Church_Montgomery, Orange, New York

Family links:
Spouse:
Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792)

Children:
Ezekiel Linderman (1768 – 1848)

Justus Linderman (1743-1782)

Elizabeth “Bette” Linderman (Bentzel) (1754-1845)

Cornelius Linderman Sr. (1756-1848)

Cornelia Linderman (1756-    )

Peter Linderman (1757-1848)

Jacob Linderman Jr. (1760-    )

Heinrich “Henry” Linderman (1764-1844)

Sarah Linderman (Young) (1766-    )

Peggy Linderman

Jenny Linderman

Catherine Linderman (Martin) (1784-1862)

Death: Nov. 9, 1792

Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA

Germantown Cemetery, NEW YORK

Burial:
Germantown Cemetery
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA

 Germantown Cemetery, NEW YORK2
Created by: Texas Tudors
Record added: Nov 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101185441Germantown Cemetery, NEW YORK3

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=101185441

http://www.scotland-info.co.uk/bute.htm

My Maternal Fifth Great German Grandfather, Johann Jacob Linderman

Obermoschel, Germany

Obermoschel2, Germany

Wood carving2, Germany

Wood carving, Germany

 

Birth:  Dec. 20, 1720
Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm Landkreis
Bavaria (Bayern), Germany
Death:  Nov., 1792
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA

My maternal fifth great grandfather. Johann Jacob Lindemann (also spelled Lindermann, Linderman, and Lindeman), born 20 December 1720 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

Christened: on 20 December 1720 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

Emigrated on 25 August 1740 from Zweibrucken, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schwarzbach, Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arrived on 25 November 1740.
Resided in Germantown Township, Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvania in December 1740.

American Revolutionary War, 1776

JOHANN JACOB LINDERMAN SERVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR BETWEEN 1775-1781. HE WAS IN THE COLONIAL PENNSYLVANIA ARMY.

THE U.S. ARMY

AMERICA’S FIRST NATIONAL INSTITUTION

Since its official establishment, June 14, 1775 — more than a year before the Declaration of Independence — the U.S. Army has played a vital role in the growth and development of the American nation. Drawing on both long-standing militia traditions and recently introduced professional standards, it won the new republic’s independence in an arduous eight-year struggle against Great Britain. At times, the Army provided the lone symbol of nationhood around which patriots rallied.

Johann Jacob Linderman, Revolutionary Soldier

WILL OF JOHANN JACOB LINDERMAN ON 13 APRIL 1792, OF MONTGOMERY, ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK. WIFE: CATHARINE AND SONS; JUSTUS, EZEKIEL, CORNELIUS, JACOB; ALSO SON-IN-LAW: PETER BENSEL (Bentzel). DAUGHTERS: ELISABETH, SARAH, CATHARINE, MARY, PEGGY, AND GINNY.

American Revolutionary War Flag, 1776

Died in November 1792 in Montgomery, Orange Co, New York.

[Reason This Information Is Correct date: Executors appointed 10 November 1792 (see source that was recently added to view last will and testament)
place: As stated in the will “of the town of Montgomery, County of Ulster”, at the time the will was written and recorded, he lived in Ulster county, 22 August 2016 by Steve Hatchett]

Son of Johann Justus Linderman and Anna Elizabeth Imbsweiler.
Married: Catharine McLean in 1743 in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

They had fifteen children: Johan Justus, Elisabeth (Bette), Cornelius Sr, (his twin) Cornelia, Jacob Jr, Peter, Johannes “John”, David, Henrik “Henry”, Sarah, Ezekiel, Peggy, Jason, Jenny, and Catharine Linderman. All were born in Montgomery Township, Orange County, New York. 

Family links: 
 Parents:
  Johann Justus Linderman (1690 – 1769)
  Anna Elisabethae Imbsweiler Linderman (1700 – 1782)
 
 Spouse:
  Catherine Mc Lean Linderman (1724 – 1792)
 
 Children:
  Elizabeth Linderman Bentzel (1754 – 1845)
  Cornelius Linderman (1756 – 1848)
  Peter Linderman (1757 – 1848)
  Ezekiel Linderman (1768 – 1848)
  Jason Linderman (1772 – 1872)
  Mary Linderman Osmun (1773 – 1850)
 
 Sibling:
Johan Heinrich Linderman (1722 – 1800)
 
Inscription:
I don’t think that there is a headstone.

Burial:
Germantown Cemetery
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA
Germantown Cemetery, NY 
 Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Nov 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101180416

 Germantown Cemetery

Montgomery, Orange County, New York  USA
Cemetery notes and/or description:
Site of the Hebron Lutheran Church and Burial Ground (Harrison Meeting). Log church built by Palatine Germans. Destroyed prior to American Revolution. Among those buried here are members of the Bookstaver, Miller, Mould, Risely, Shafer, Smith, and Youngblood families. “These were the people who conquered a virgin wilderness and gave their lives to establish our great nation and the town of Montgomery.” Most stones are unmarked.

 

My Maternal 14th. Great German Grandfather, Johannes Linderman, Sr.

Eisenach_von_Göpelskuppel_Germany

Eisenach’s town centre, Thuringen, Germany

My Maternal Eleventh Great Grandfather Johannes Lindemann, Sr. [surname changed to spelling of Linderman in America]
Born: 1380 in Eisenach, Thuringen, Deutschland.

Died: before 1480 in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany.

Married: about 1420 in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany to unknown.

Child: Johannes Lindemann, Jr. 

Eisenach, Town in Germany. Eisenach is a town in Thuringia, Germany with 42,000 inhabitants, located 50 kilometres west of Erfurt, 70 km southeast of Kassel and 150 km northeast of Frankfurt. Wikipedia

Eisenach, Thuringen, Germany, in 1647

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The confident citizens of Eisenach fought against the Wettin’s rule to become a free imperial city between 1306 and 1308, but lost. In the 14th century various crises followed: in 1342, a big fire destroyed nearly all the buildings and the Black Death killed many inhabitants in 1349 and 1393. Since 1406, Eisenach was no longer a Wettin residence, which led to a decline in urban development.

Between 1498 and 1501, the young Martin Luther attended the St. George’s Latin school in Eisenach in preparation for his following studies at the University of Erfurt. In 1521/22 he was hidden by Frederick the Wise at Wartburg castle to protect him from the Imperial ban. In that time, Luther translated the New Testament from Greek into German, in what was an important step both for the German Reformation and the development of a consistent German standard language. Luther referred to Eisenach as ein Pfaffennest (“a clerical backwater”), since during his time there were 300 monks and nuns per 1,000 inhabitants.

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My Mother, The Matriarch of our Family, and My Father, Leroy Eugene Frederick

Jean & Leroy Frederick, 1948, Crosby, TX

Jean Marie Linderman Frederick and Leroy Eugene Frederick, “Wise Acre” Linderman Homestead in Crosby, Harris, Texas in 1948. My mother and daddy married on 15 November 1947 in Liberty, Texas. 

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21070006

Phylis Eugenia Palen Linderman, Sept. 1928, Yvonne, Billie, & Jean (baby) Linderman, Dubuque, Iowa

Birth: Dec. 3, 1927
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Jean Linderman, Roy Nelson, Mike Jackson, 1945, “Wiseacres” (“H.W.” Harry & Phyllis Linderman’s farm), Crosby, TX.

Jean & LeRoy Frederick, Easter 1958, 4102 Arnold St., Houston, Harris, Texas @ Harry & Phyl Linderman’s home.

Death: Mar. 9, 2012
Rosharon
Brazoria County
Texas, USA

 

Jean Marie Linderman, 1943, Lamar High School, Houston, Harris, Texas

Jean Marie Linderman, May 1945, Houston, Harris, Texas. Graduated Lamar High School.

Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill, daughter of Harry William Linderman, 1980 @ Cellar Door Restaurant, Stella Link, Houston, Texas, @ Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque’s graduation dinner from Houston Community College with a degree in Paralegal.

Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill, daughter of (Phylis at birth) Phyllis “Phyl” Eugenia Adele (Palen) Linderman and Harry William “Billy” Linderman. Her mother died when she was only 36 of Hodgkin’s Disease. She never really got over it, but just had to learn to live with it.

Granddaughter of Frank Joseph Palen and Emma Elsie (Claussen) Palen, also of Edward Francis Linderman and Gudrun Ivara (Lund) Linderman of Dubuque, Iowa.

Mother attended nurses training at St. Joseph Hospital, in Houston, Harris, Texas in 1946 with a scholarship for women that would promise to serve four years in the service. She dropped out in 1947, because World War II was over, and my parents were married on 15 Nov. 1947 in Liberty, Texas. She chose the calling to be a Homemaker. 

Jean Marie Linderman Frederick and Leroy Eugene Frederick, Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, Liberty, Texas 

First husband LeRoy “Lee” Eugene Frederick. Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, Texas. Divorced 1968. the Frederick homestead was at 1709 Cheston Drive, Jacinto City, Texas 77029.

Jean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill

Mother’s six children: Sally Ann(Frederick)Tudor, Phyllis Jean(Frederick)Hyden, Joseph Lee “Joe” Frederick, Karl Thomas Frederick, Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill, Sarah (Frederick) Moore, and Patricia (Frederick) Vanderford Harrod, April 15, 2011, Austin, Texas @ Justin & Allison Vanderford’s wedding. This is one of my favorite pics of us and mother. It was one of the last trips that she took with me. She loved to go “bye-bye”. 

Six children together: Joseph Lee, Phyllis Jean, Sally Ann, Karl Thomas, Patricia Marie, and Sarah Kay Frederick.
Mother was a very loving and creative woman. She taught me how to sew at 16, she made us a braided rug, she knitted, crocheted, needlepointed, and quilted.

Sarah, Patricia, Karl, Sally, Phyllis, and Joe Frederick, children of Jean Linderman Frederick Mancill, 1 December 2007, Rosharon, TX

Second husband Louis “Honey Lou” Clifford Mancill. Married 5 December 1968, Houston, Texas. The Mancill homestead was at 11039 Lafferty Oaks St, Houston, Texas.

Louis & Jean Mancill, Pat O’Briens, New Orleans, LA, c. 1970. Married 5 December 1968, Harmony Wedding Chapel, Houston, Harris County, Texas.

My Mother and Dad made our house a home. We celebrated many a birthday, and all holidays at this home, at 11039 Lafferty Oaks St., in Houston, Texas.

He preceded her in death in 2002. No children of this union. One step son, Michieal Wayne Mancill, who was more like a brother. He was a part of our family.

She was the life of the party. She and my Dad loved music and dancing. Lou sang and played the guitar. She lived, she laughed and she loved. Lou called her his “satan pussycat”, and the “princess and the pea”. She was spoiled by my Dad. They spoiled each other. They were each other’s best friends. They were deeply in love.

Mother passed away at home surrounded with family that loved her. She just drifted off, and the angels came to get her. My consolation was she was not in pain, and not alone, and I was able to be there with her for her last six years of her life.

Mother just passed today, March 9, 2012, in Rosharon, Brazoria, Texas. She left us peacefully to be with Jesus. I am so grateful to have been able to spend the last six years living together with Mother. I am grateful that I was not working, so that I had the time to care for her. My sister, Phyllis and I took care of her at home just like she had wanted. We got to be even closer than ever.

She was blessed with a good life, and a good family. She really was always there with all of us six children, up until the last week of her life. She fell on Monday, and we think she had a mini stroke, she never was able to speak clearly after that. She passed away on Friday afternoon, in her sleep.

Mother left us just like she wanted to. She had dignity and respect from all who knew her. Everyone who knew her loved her. She was a very giving person, and always was there for her six children. Our family was a very loving, close-knit family.

Burial followed at the same Oaklawn Cemetery, where Aunt Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess (Levesque), Uncle Kenneth Edward Jackson, and Aunt Yvarra “Billie” Irene Linderman (Jackson) are buried.
Mother’s viewing was held on Monday, March 12, 2012 from 4-9pm. The funeral services were on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 @11am @ Oaklawn Cemetery Pavilion, on Hwy. 36 in Somerville, TX. location at:, Strickland Funeral Home at 545 8th Street, SOMERVILLE, TEXAS 77879, (979)596-2133.

Family links: 
Parents:
Harry William Linderman (1903 – 1995)
Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman (1904 – 1963)

Spouses:
Leroy Eugene Frederick (1926 – 2006)
Louis Clifford Mancill (1924 – 2002)

Siblings:
Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Levesque (1924 – 2010)
Yvarra Irene Linderman Jackson (1925 – 1985)
Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke (1929 – 2000)

Burial: 
Oaklawn Cemetery
Somerville
Burleson County
Texas, USA 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Mar 10, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86532980

ALL Of My Ancestors Have Fought and Died To Save America From Communism!

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ALL Of My Ancestors Have Fought and Died To Save America FROM Communism! They Emigrated From Europe To Escape Socialism and Communism, for Freedom of Religion, and To Have A Better Life! They all came her legally, learned English, assimilated into American society, and pledged allegiance to the United States of America.

NONE of them Froze, and Bled, and Died to allow America’s Liberties and Freedoms to be REMOVED by the Demon-Rats, Socialists, and Communists! Our White House and our Congress have been INVADED by them. The “Enemy Within” is working for the Devil NOT God

My Fifth Great Maternal Grandfather, Johann Jacob Linderman, emigrated in 1740 to Pennsylvania and he helped to build these “United States of America”. He was in the Pennsylvania Colonial Army. He worked for everything that he got for our family. I am proud to be one of his descendants.

I will do whatever I am able to do~ to help save our beloved America from the “Enemy Within”, the Socialist=Demon-Rats=Communists trying to destroy the United States of America! We will not submit to their tyranny and we will not give up our guns or our “right to defend ourselves and our families and friends” from the evil ones.

Anyone who wants Communism needs to get the hell out of America, and go to a Communist country! There are plenty of them! Stop coming from your third world “shit-holes”, and trying to change our beloved country into the “hell-hole” you crawled out of! God bless America. God save America from the “Evil Within”!!

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My Maternal Great Aunt, Gladys Serena Linderman Nelson

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Gladys Serene Linderman, Dubuque, Iowa, about 1922

Gladys Serene (Linderman) Nelson daughter of Edward “Edy” Francis Linderman and Gudrun (Lund) Linderman of Dubuque, Iowa, and wife of Roy Leonard Nelson Sr, about 1940

My Great Aunt Gladys Serene Linderman Nelson. She preferred Glady Serena.

Born: August 17, 1906 in Winona, Minnesota. Daughter of Edward Francis & Gudrun Ivarra Lund Linderman.
Baptized: Lutheran in Winona, Minnesota on November 11, 1906.

Name: Roy Leonard Nelson
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 20 Nov 1926
Event Place: Dubuque, Iowa, United States
Age: 28
Birth Year (Estimated): 1898
Father’s Name: Louis Nelson
Father’s Titles and Terms:
Mother’s Name: Marie Carlson
Mother’s Titles and Terms:
Spouse’s Name: Gladys Linderman
Spouse’s Titles and Terms:
Spouse’s Age: 20
Spouse’s Birth Year (Estimated): 1906
Spouse’s Father’s Name: E F Linderman
Spouse’s Father’s Titles and Terms:
Spouse’s Mother’s Name: Gundrum Lund
Spouse’s Mother’s Titles and Terms:
Reference ID:
GS Film number: 1630957
Digital Folder Number: 004266276
Image Number: 00575

Married: Roy Leonard Nelson, Sr. 20 November 1926 in Dubuque, Iowa.

Children: Shirley Lorraine, Roy Leonard, Jr. and Richard Edward Nelson.
Died: April 28, 1996 in Houston, Texas. Cremated and her ashes were spread around her Mother, Gudrun Ivarra Lund Linderman’s gravside in Linwood Cemetery, in Dubuque, Iowa.

Harry, Gladys, Irene, & Mother, Gudrun (Lund) Linderman-Dubuque, Iowa

Arline “Babe” & Evelyn “Eppie” (Linderman) Ayala, Irene (Linderman) Weidner, Gladys (Linderman) Nelson, Statue of Liberty, New York City, New York, Oct. 1952.

name:Roy Nelson
titles & terms:
event:Census
event year:1940
event place:Ward 3, Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls City, Minnehaha, South Dakota, United States
gender:Male
age:41
marital status:Married
race (original):White
race (standardized):White
relationship to head of household (original):Head
relationship to head of household (standardized):Head
birthplace:Illinois
estimated birth year:1899
residence in 1935: Pekin, Illinois
enumeration district number:50-32A
family number:11
sheet number and letter:1B
line number:61
nara publication number:T627
nara roll number:3863
digital folder number:005462085
image number:00647
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Roy Nelson M 41 Illinois
wife Gladys Nelson F 33 Minnesota
daughter Shirley Nelson F 11 Iowa
son Roy Nelson M 8 Iowa
son Richard Nelson M 6 Illinois
Source Citation:
“United States Census, 1940,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V19Y-7XH : accessed 04 Aug 2012), Roy Nelson, Ward 3, Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls City, Minnehaha, South Dakota, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 50-32A, sheet 1B, family 11, NARA digital publication T627, roll 3863.

Gladys resided with her Father beginning in 1941 after her Mother died, and cared for him up until his death in 1968, at 705 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa.

Great Aunt “Gladys” worked as a Proofreader for the Dubuque newspaper, the Dubuque Telegraph Herald until she retired.

Then she sold the Linderman homestead at 705 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa, and moved to Huntington Beach, California to be near her sister, Evelyn “Eppie” (Linderman) Ayala, and brother-in-law, Arturo “Art” Ayala.
Gladys always remembered the nieces and nephews, and Great nieces and nephews on our birthdays. 

We could always count on getting a birthday card from her with some money in it. She couldn’t afford much, but we thought that a dime or a quarter was a lot of money, because back then in the 1960’s it was. It made me feel special–knowing that someone that I hardly knew–way off in Iowa, was thinking of me.

Great Aunt Glady resided with her son Roy “Jimmy” Leonard Nelson Jr., at 4045 Linkwood Drive, Houston, Harris County, Texas for the last few years of her life.

Cremated in Texas and son brought her ashes back to Iowa and spread around Mother, Gudrun (Lund) Linderman’s gravesite, in Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa, because that is how she wanted it. 

 

My Maternal German 11th. Great Grandfather, Johannes Linderman, Sr.

Bayern, Germany National Park

National Park, Bayern, Germany

Name: Rhene (Rhene)
Status: Place
Municipality name: Baddeckenstedt
Region name (Level 2): Landkreis Wolfenbuttel
Region name (Level 1): Lower Saxony
Country: Germany
Continent: Europe
Rhene is located in the region of Lower Saxony. Lower Saxony’s capital Hannover (Hannover) is approximately 45 km / 28 mi away from Rhene (as the crow flies). The distance from Rhene to Germany’s capital Berlin (Berlin) is approximately 224 km / 139 mi (as the crow flies).

source: Germany, Places in the World

Basisdaten
Bundesland: Bayern
Regierungsbezirk: Unterfranken
Landkreis: Rhön-Grabfeld
Höhe: 242 m ü. NHN
Fläche: 36,9 km2
Einwohner: 15.154 (31. Dez. 2015)
Bevölkerungsdichte: 411 Einwohner je km2
Postleitzahl: 97616
Vorwahl: 09771
Kfz-Kennzeichen: NES, KÖN, MET
Gemeindeschlüssel: 09 6 73 114
Stadtgliederung: 11 Ortsteile
Adresse der
Stadtverwaltung:
Rathausgasse 2
97616 Bad Neustadt a. d. Saale
Webpräsenz: www.bad-neustadt.de
Bürgermeister: Bruno Altrichter (FWG)
Lage der Stadt Bad Neustadt a.d.Saale im Landkreis Rhön-Grabfeld

source: Wikipedia

Germany Map
Married: 1524 in Schweinfurt Bayern Deutschland to Margarethe Sporerin
Schweinfurt is a city in the Lower Franconia region of Bavaria in Germany on the right bank of the navigable Main River, which is spanned by several bridges here, 27 km northeast of Würzburg. Wikipedia
Children: Anna, Salome, and Johannes, Jr. Lindemann
Schloss Werneck, Unterfranken, Bayern
Schloss Werneck, Unterfranken, Bayern
Death
Zwickau - Germany
The river Zwickauer Mulde in Zwickau, Germany

My Maternal Fourth Great Granduncle, Johannes “John” Linderman, New York

waterfalls

Birth:  Oct. 26, 1758
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA
Death:  Jul. 21, 1848
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA
Son of Johann Jacob Linderman and Catherina Maclean.

Johann Jacob Linderman, Revolutionary Soldier
Served in the American Revolutionary War.

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Name John Linderman
Event Type Military Service
Event Date 04 Mar 1831
Event Place Albany, Albany, New York, United States
Event Place (Original) Albany, New York, United States
Death Date 21 Jul 1848
Page 71
Citation
“United States Revolutionary War Pension Payment Ledgers, 1818-1872,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/Q24Q-PQ4M : accessed 4 July 2017), John Linderman, 04 Mar 1831; citing Albany, Albany, New York, United States, NARA microfilm publication T718 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1962), roll 10; FHL microfilm 1,319,390.

Ludlowville Falls in Lansing, New York

Married: 22 April 1822 to Mary Douglass, (widow of William Douglass) in Lansing, Tompkins, New York. Mary’s maiden name is unknown, 2017.

Name John Linderman
Event Type Census
Event Date 1800
Event Place Wallkill, Orange, New York, United States
Page 338
Citing this Record
“United States Census, 1800,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XH5T-JY7 : accessed 2 July 2017), John Linderman, Wallkill, Orange, New York, United States; citing p. 338, NARA microfilm publication M32,

Family links:
 Parents:
  Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792)
  Catherine Maclean Linderman (1724 – 1792)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Douglass Linderman (1777 – 1855) (widow of William douglass)
 
 Siblings:
  Elizabeth Linderman Bentzel (1754 – 1845)
  Cornelius Linderman (1756 – 1848)

Cornelia Linderman (1756 – 1756)   (twin of Cornelius)
  Peter Linderman (1757 – 1848)
  Ezekiel Linderman (1768 – 1848)
  Jason Linderman (1772 – 1872)
  Mary Linderman Osmun (1773 – 1850)

Burial:
Germantown Cemetery
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA
 Germantown Cemetery, NY
Created by: Texas Tudors
Record added: Jul 04, 2017
Find A Grave Memorial# 181006057Germantown Cemetery

My Maternal Fourth Great Grand Uncle, Henry Redner, Sr.

Ulster County, New York landscape

Lake Mohonk, Ulster County, NY

Birth: May 5, 1770
New Hurley
Ulster County
New York, USA

 

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Christened: 20 May 1770

Dutch Reformed Church

Paramus, Bergen, New Jersey

Paramus Reformed Church Historic District is a historic district bounded by Franklin Turnpike, Route 17, Saddle River, south side of the cemetery, and Glen Avenue in RidgewoodBergen CountyNew Jersey, United States.

The congregation was established in 1725. The stone church was built in 1800, replacing an earlier building from 1735. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 25, 1975.

Death: Mar. 5, 1850
Hector
Potter County
Pennsylvania, USA

Father of Abner Redner(Rednar) and others, may be buried here. Henry served in the War of 1812. Married in june 7, 1792 at Goshen, Orange, New York to Catherine Bensel (Bentzel). (1774-1827). Probably the second burial here, after his grand-daughter, Amanda Douglass, a year earlier. No grave stone remains, if ever there was one.

Family links:
Parents:
Johannes Redner (1745 – 1840)
Nancy Redner (1746 – 1829)

Spouse:
Catherine (Bentzel) Redner (1774 – 1827)

Married on June 7, 1792 at Goshen, Orange, New York to Catherine Bensel (Bentzel). She was the daughter of Petr “Peter” Bentzel (Bensel) and Elizabeth “Bette” Linderman.

Children: (11)

Peter Redner (1793 – 1846)
Abner Redner (1795 – 1899)

Alexander Redner (1797-1895)

John Huslender Redner (1800-1800)

Sarah Redner (Douglass) (1801 – 1895)

Susan Redner ( Strang) (1802-1859)

Catherine Redner (1807-1807)

John L. Redner (1808-1826)

Jacob Bentzel Redner (1810-1879)

Valentine McCullam Redner (1815-1902)

Henry Redner, Jr. (1819-1895)

Sibling:
Margarette Redner Linderman (1764 – 1837)

Potter County courthouse, Pensylvania

Burial:
Douglas-Redner Family Cemetery
Hector
Potter County
Pennsylvania, USA

Created by: Andrew L.
Record added: Sep 13, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21536622

My Mother, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill

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LINDERMAN FAMILY REUNION, Bend, San Saba, Texas, October 1995. My cousins, Bill and Becky (Fey) Burgess’s ranch. Good times. Mother and Lou were still around. Mother and Daddy (Leroy Frederick) had six wonderful children. 

(back row) Brenda and Michelle Frederick, Joseph Frederick, Kristopher Hyden, Sally Brown, Fran and Karl Frederick,Phyllis and Danny Hyden

(second row) Phil and Tricia Harrod, Keli Vanderford, Sarah Moore, Daniel Hyden (third row) Joseph Frederick, Jean and Louis Mancill

(front row seated) Mathew Frederick, Alton Moore, Justin Vanderford, Jason Fallin, Johnathan Frederick, and Drew Vanderford

I always think of Mother on Mother’s Day, in fact all holidays. Mother always celebrated life. We had many a family get together over the years. I miss those days.

She left a long, legacy of love, she did not always have it so good. Mother survived the “The Great Depression”, hurricanes, and floods.

She raised six honest, law abiding, American Patriots. Mother honored her ancestors and a lot of the information that I have accumulated came from her records and verbal conversations over the years.

Mother taught us to have manners and be kind to all. She gave me the love for reading. Mother was born 7 December 1927 in Dubuque, Iowa. Mother had many talents. She knitted, crocheted, sewed, and did needlepoint. She taught me to sew in 1970, at the age of 16. Mother loved taking trips and celebrating life.  She taught us that God, Country, and Family were most important in life. We were taught that there was no shame in any kind of work.

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E.F. Linderman Homeplace, at 705 W. Third Street, Dububuqe, Iowa still standing in 2012.

Great Grandpa Linderman watched every phase of their home being built in 1920. Several generations resided there over the years, from 1920-1968, then Great Aunt Gladys Nelson resided there until her retirement. She then sold it to move closer to her sister, Eppie Ayala, in Huntington Beach, California. Gladys shared the proceeds with all of her sister, and she and Eppie and Art Ayala traveled to Norway, the land of their ancestors.

Her parents, Harry and Phyl Linderman resided with his father, Edward and Gudrun Linderman during the Great Depression Era.  My grandparents made pies to survive. Grandpa Harry Linderman sold pies to help the family survive those hard years. They were blessed to own their home and to have family to help them. They tried to grow their food in their garden.

I visited that home at 705 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa in 1970, and the house is not that big. Edward, Gladys, Shirley, and Roy Nelson, Jr. and Sr. resided there until  1930. Harry, Phyl, and four girls, Yvonne, Billie, Jean, and Patsy Linderman resided there until 1930. Mother survived the “Cold War”, the “Depression”, World War II, Hurricanes, Floods, Divorce, Death, and Disease.

The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1939, and was the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world. It began after the stock market crash of October 1929, which sent Wall Street into a panic and wiped out millions of investors.” source: The Great Depression

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Young boys waiting in kitchen of city mission for soup which is given out nightly. Dubuque, Iowa. April 1940. Photographer: John Vachon. For millions, soup kitchens offered the only food they would eat.
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14 Houses In Iowa From The 1930s And 40s Will Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

Children in Iowa eating their Christmas dinner of turnips and cabbage. From The 1930s And 40s Will Hopefully Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

Soup kitchens for millions in Dubuque, Iowa

My Maternal Aunt, Patricia Mae “Patsy” (Linderman) Cooke

Cooke Family Genealogy

Glamour Shots – Patricia “Patsy” Mae (Linderman) Cooke, Houston, Harris County, Texas, c. 1995

Patricia Mae Patsy &lt;i&gt;Linderman&lt;/i&gt; CookePatricia “Patsy” Linderman Cooke, Matagorda, Texas, c. 1980’s

J.E. Cooke & Patricia “Patsy” (Linderman) Cooke, Matagorda, Texas, 1975, 3rd. time around

Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke, LVN, Matagorda, Texas

Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke, Matagorda, Matagorda, Texas

Brown State Park, Indiana, c. 1940’s (front row left to right) Yvonne Linderman, Dickie and Roy Nelson, Patsy Linderman, Jean Linderman, and Billie Linderman (on end). (back row) Eppie, Art, and Anita Ayala, Gladys, Edward, Harry, and Phyllis Linderman. 

Birth: May 12, 1929
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Patsy Linderman, Phylis Palen Linderman, and Leo Palen, Dubuque, Iowa, Sept. 25, 1946, home of Edward Francis Linderman at 703 W. Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa.

Death: Jan. 27, 2000

Matagorda
Matagorda County
Texas, USA 

My maternal aunt. Daughter of Harry William “Billy” Linderman & Phylis Adele Eugenia (Palen) Linderman of Houston, Harris, Texas; formerly…

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My Maternal Aunt, Yvarra Irene “Billie” (Linderman) Jackson

Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman, Sept. 1928, Yvonne, Billie, & Jean (baby) Linderman, Dubuque, Iowa.

(front row left to right)Yvonne Linderman, Dickie and Roy Nelson, Patsy Linderman, Jean Linderman, and Billie Linderman (on end).
(back row) Eppie, Art, and Anita Ayala, Gladys, Edward, Harry, and Phyllis Linderman. Brown State Park, Indiana, c. 1940’s

Yvarra Irene “Billie” Linderman and Kenneth Edward “Butch” Jackson, March 28, 1943, Westfield, Hamilton, Indiana. Kenneth was a football player.

Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick & Yvarra Irene “Billie” (Linderman) Jackson, at parents, Harry & Phyllis Linderman’s ranch, “Wiseacre”, in Crosby, Harris County, Texas, Nov. 1948.

Birth:  Sep. 1, 1925
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
Death:  Jun. 28, 1985
Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA

Daughter of Harry “Billy” William Linderman & Phyllis “Phyl” Adele (Palen) Linderman. Nicknamed Billie after her Father.[back row] Patricia Cooke, Phyllis Linderman, Harry Linderman, Jean Frederick, Kenneth Jackson, Billie Jackson, Gladys Nelson.
[front row] David and Jehu Jackson, Joe Frederick, Mike Jackson, Jenny Jackson, Steve Cooke, Phyllis Frederick, Rebecca Cooke, Sally Frederick, Gay Hill, Washington County, Texas, 1957.
Married to Kenneth “Ken” “Butch” Edward Jackson on 8 Oct. 1943 in Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana.
Billie was a Homemaker.
Graduated Westfield High School, Westfield, Indiana in 1943.
Died on 28 June 1985 in Houston, Harris County, Texas of Cancer of the Esophagus.Mother of six children: Michael Edward, Jenny Lee (Huber), Jehu Clinton, David Kenneth, Rhan W, and Samuel Adam Jackson.
Sister of Yvonne (Linderman) Burgess Levesque, Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill, of Houston, Harris County, Texas, and Sister of Patricia “Patsy” Mae (Linderman) Cooke of Matagorda, Texas.

Billie and Ken Jackson held the “Loneweiser” family reunion at their place in Somerville, Burleson, Texas for years.
They resided in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Texas. Resided at 3003 Wroxton Road, Houston, Harris County, Texas and in Jersey Village, Houston, Harris County, Texas. 

Family links:
 Parents:
  Harry William Linderman (1903 – 1995)
  Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman (1904 – 1963)
 
 Spouse:
  Kenneth Edward Jackson (1924 – 2010)
 
 Siblings:
  Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Levesque (1924 – 2010)
  Jean Marie Linderman Mancill (1927 – 2012)
  Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke (1929 – 2000)

Samuel, David, Billie, Ken, Michael, Rhan, Jenny, & Jehu Jackson, at the Jehu and Debi Jackson home, Dec. 1983, Missouri City, Texas.

Burial:
Oaklawn Cemetery
Somerville
Burleson County
Texas, USA Jackson Plot

 

These pictures were in one of mother’s lockets. Yvarra (Billie) Irene Linderman Jackson on left, and Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke on right.

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Find A Grave Memorial# 21179386

My Maternal Aunt Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque

New York-Dec. 2000-Tina Carusillo, Yvonne Levesque, Jean Mancill, Becky Burgess, &amp; Connie Burgess

Tina Carusillo, Yvonne Levesque, Jean Mancill, Becky Burgess, Connie Burgess,

New York, New York, December 2000.

Connie Burgess, Jean Mancill, Yvonne Levesque, and Becky Burgess, New York trip, December 2000.

Birth:  Jun. 17, 1924
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
Death:  Mar. 25, 2010
Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA

Eagle Point Park, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, July 4, 1936. Children above: (front row)Yvonne & Billie Linderman, Shirley Nelson, Jean Linderman, Mary Bender, Barbara Bender. (front row) Patsy Linderman, Jimmy Nelson, Anita Ayala, Dicky Nelson, & Audrey Ayala.

Decoration Day, Eagle Point Park, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 1937, Barbara Bender, Shirley Nelson, Yvonne Linderman(the tallest girl in back row), Billie Linderman(on left of her), and Jean Linderman (on right of her behind the front row) with flowered dress.

Yvonne Phyllis Linderman (Burgess) (Levesque), daughter of Harry William Linderman & Phyllis (Birth spelling: Phylis) Eugenia Adele “Phyl” (Palen) Linderman, named for her Mother.
Born in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa. Christened in June 1924 Dubuque, Iowa at the Lutheran Church.

Graduated from Westfield High School in May 1942, Westfield, Indiana.

Sister of Yvarra (Billie) Irene Linderman Jackson, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill, and Patricia (Patsy) Mae Linderman Cooke.

Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman, Sept. 1928, Yvonne, Billie, & Jean (baby) Linderman, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa.

First husband: Albert “Al” George Burgess, married November 20, 1943 in Westfield, Indiana. Divorced: 1960 in Dade County, Florida.

Children: William “Bill” George, Peter Franklin “Pete”, & Paul Howard Burgess.

Second husband: Colby Edrian Levesque, married 17 June 1960 in Miami, Dade County, Florida.

Children: Cynthia Ann (McKinney), Tina Marie (Carusillo), & Edward Harry Levesque.

Divorced: 19 September 1968 in Houston, Harris County, Texas.

Aunt Yvonne worked for American General Life Insurance, Houston, Texas up until she retired.

Graduated in May 1980 from Houston Community College, Houston, Harris, Texas as a Paralegal.

If it weren’t for my dear Aunt Yvonne, we would not have been blessed to be able to adopt my son, in 1982. She always had a big heart, and she took in a friend of her daughter, Cynthia. The woman had lost her job, was 7 months pregnant, living in her car, and the car was being repossessed because she couldn’t afford the payments. She told us that she was raped. She didn’t know who the Father was and told my Aunt that she never wanted any children, and that she was just going to leave the baby at the hospital. Since she told my Aunt, that she asked if she would consider allowing her niece and her husband to adopt the baby. She agreed. We paid all her medical expenses, and she kept her word, and allowed us to adopt him. God blessed me with a good-hearted Aunt, who tried to help others. And…a beautiful baby boy.
Poor Aunt Yvonne suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease in the last few years of her life. She resided with her son Edward Harry Levesque in Houston, TX up until he could no longer care for her, and she was moved to Garden Terrace Alzheimer’s Center in Houston, Texas.

Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque, 11039 Lafferty Oaks Street, Houston, Harris, Texas 77013, Jan. 27, 2006. (on left) Leonard Ross Tudor, and Stefanie Hyden Bush.

Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque & Tina Maria Levesque Carusillo, Houston, Texas, about 2008.

“Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque

Born in Dubuque, Iowa on Jun. 17, 1924

Departed on Mar. 25, 2010 and resided in Houston, TX.

Service: Saturday, Mar. 27, 20104:00 pm

Cemetery: Oaklawn Cemetery, Somerville, TX.Yvonne Phyllis Levesque

June 17, 1924 ~ March 25, 2010  ~Graveside services for Yvonne Phyllis Levesque, 85, of Houston, are set for 4:00 p.m. Saturday, March 27, 2010 at Section S-4 of Oaklawn Cemetery in Somerville with Rev. Virgil Pecht officiating. Interment will follow.

Mrs. Levesque died Thursday at Garden Terrace Alzheimer’s Center in Houston. She was born June 17, 1924 in Dubuque, Iowa, the daughter of Harry and Phyllis Palen Linderman. She started out as a Secretary and then worked as a Paralegal for American General Insurance, Houston, Harris, Texas. She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Albert George Burgess; a son, Peter Franklin Burgess; second husband Colby Edrian Levesque; and two sisters, Yvarra Irene “Billie” Linderman Jackson and Patricia Mae “Patsy” Linderman Cooke.

Survivors include her sons and daughter-in-law, William George and Rebecca Fey Burgess of San Saba, Paul Howard Burgess of Houston and Edward Harry Levesque of Houston; daughters and sons-in-law, Cynthia Ann and Ken McKinney of Scottsdale, Arizona and Tina Maria and Michael Carusillo of Huntersville, North Carolina; a sister, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill of Houston; twelve grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. Family members have requested that memorials be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. Arrangements have been entrusted to Strickland Funeral Home in Somerville, Burleson, Texas.” 

Yvonne Linderman is the tallest girl in dress (sixth girl to the right), Billie Linderman is on the left of her (with the cap), on the right of her is Patsy Linderman (with something in her hands)then Jean Linderman (with the print dress), @ Eagle Point Park, Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa.

Family links: 
 Parents:
  Harry William Linderman (1903 – 1995)
  Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman (1904 – 1963)
 
 Spouses:
  Albert George Burgess (1919 – 1967)
  Colby Edrian Levesque (1918 – 1993)

Children:
  Peter Franklin Burgess (1946 – 1967)
 
 Siblings:
  Yvarra Irene Linderman Jackson (1925 – 1985)
  Jean Marie Linderman Mancill (1927 – 2012)
  Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke (1929 – 2000)

Note: No headstone-buried behind her sister Yvarra and brother-in-law Kenneth Jackson.

(front row left to right) Yvonne Linderman, Dickie and Roy Nelson, Patsy Linderman, Jean Linderman, and Billie Linderman (on end).
(back row) Eppie, Art, and Anita Ayala, Gladys, Edward, Harry, and Phyllis Linderman. Brown State Park, Indiana, c. 1940’s

Burial:
Oaklawn Cemetery
Somerville
Burleson County
Texas, USA
Plot: Jackson Family
 

Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Burgess Levesque, Oaklawn Cemetery, Somerville, Texas, March 27, 2010. There is no marker for her grave.

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Record added: Mar 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50395980

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Oaklawn Cemetery entry, Somerville, Burleson, Texas, April 26, 2010

My Sixth Great German Grandfather, Johann Justus Linderman

Mühlhausen, Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis, Thuringia, Germany

Muhlhausen, Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis, Thuringia, Germany

Birth:  Aug. 2, 1690
Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis
Thüringen, Germany
Death:  Nov. 16, 1769
Coventryville
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
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Son of Mr. & Mrs. Justus “Just” Linderman (aka Lindeman) of Dachrieden, Thuringia, Germany.

Born: Muehlhausen, Thuringia, Germany on 2 August 1690.

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Married: Anna Elizabeth Imsweiler (Imbsweiler) on 3 January 1719 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

Johann Justus LINDERMANN (b. 02 Aug 1690, d. 04 Nov 1769)

Johann Justus LINDEMANN (son of Justus LINDEMANN and unknown) was born 02 Aug 1690 in Muhlhausen, Sachsen, Prussia, Germany.

Died: 04 Nov 1769 in Coventry Township, Chester, Pennsylvania.

Married: Anna Elisabetha IMBSWEILER on Bet. 03 Jan 1718 – Jan 1719 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany, daughter of Johannes Georg IMBSWEILER and Maria Elisabetha SCHNEIDER.

Notes: for Johann Justus LINDEMANN: Weaver of Linen. His birthplace is also listed as Dachrieden, Unstrut-Hainrich-Kreis, Thuringia, Germany. Will dated: 16 Sept 1762,

All of his children were born in Unkenbach and christened in Obermoschel. He attended the Lutheran Church at Trappe, Montgomery, PA.

More About Johann Justus LINDEMANN and Anna Elisabetha IMBSWEILER:
Marriage: Bet. 03 Jan 1718 – Jan 1719, Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany.

Children of Johann Justus LINDEMANN and Anna Elisabetha IMBSWEILER are:

+Johan Heinrich LINDEMANN, b. 14 Apr 1723, Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany, d. 14 Jul 1800, Greenville, SC. 

Family links:
 Parents:
  Justus Lindemann (1650 – 1714)
  Maria Elisabeth Lindemann (1650 – 1696)
 
 Spouse:
  Anna Elisabethae Imbsweiler Lindemann (1700 – 1782)
 
 Children:
  Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792)
  Johan Heinrich Linderman (1722 – 1800)

ID: I30763, Name: Johann Justus Linderman, Sex: M

Birth: 2 AUG 1690 in Dachrieden, Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis, Thuringen, Germany

Death: 16 NOV 1769 in North Coventry, Chester, PA

_FA6: 25 NOV 1740, Arrived on the “Loyal Judith” from the Palatine

Note:  Justus Linderman

Name: Johann Justus LINDERMAN Johann Justus Linderman

Birth Date: 2 Aug 1691 (Germany)

Birth Place: Dachrieden, Thuringen, Germany Johann Heinrich Lenderman

Death Date: 16 Nov 1769 (Germany)

Death Place: North Coventry, Chester County, Pennsylvania Peter Lenderman

Father: Just LINDERMAN Henry Lenderman

Mother: Nfna LINDERMANNIN

Levi Lenderman

Spouse: Anna Elizabeth IMSWEILER (1697 – 1782)

Children: Benjamin Levi Lenamon, Charlotte,

Johann Jacob, Benjamin Bart Lenamon, Johan Heinrich (Henry), Maria Elizabeth Mary Beth Lenamon Fife, Johann Valentin, Catherine, Linda Carol Fife Butcher, Susannah Elizabeth, Johannes Frank Butcher, and Justus, Jr.

Justus Lindeman is noted as having arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 25, 1740 on the ship “Loyal Judith” with his two sons Jacob, 18, and Heinrich, 16. Justus himself was 49 years old at this time.

The ship came from Rotterdam, Holland but Justus and his sons were listed as coming from the village of Unkenbach, which is about 50 miles southwest of Frankfurt in the German State of Rheinland-Pfalz.

The Lindemans were part of a large immigration of Germans to Pennsylvania. During the early eighteenth century, thousands of families were forced to leave their homes in the Rhine section of Germany because of political, religious, and economic reasons. Passenger lists of this period show that quite a few of those people embarked on their voyage to America from ports in Holland as did the Linderman’s aboard the Loyal Judith.

From the Rhineland it was easier and closer to get to Rotterdam on the Dutch coast by boat on the Rhine River than to travel overland to German ports. This departure from Dutch ports is the reason those people were called Pennsylvania Dutch, even though they were of German origin.

A Johan Linderman owned 100 acres of land in the Hanover Township of Pennsylvania prior to 1734, and appears to be related to the Justus Lindeman family. If so, he must have preceded the Justus Lindeman family and his reports back to Germany probably encouraged Justus to make the move also.

German church records from Trappe, Pennsylvania in what was then Philadelphia County note that “beyond the Schuykill” on March 10, 1747 Johan Heinrich Lindeman, son of Justus Lindeman, married Anna Margretha Uhlin. A confirmation is recorded on May 7, 1747 for “Susannah Elizabeth Lindermann, daughter of Justus, age 13 years”. An interesting notation was added that “The father hurried her confirmation as he wanted her to be of his persuasion. She was very weak in her knowledge.” One possible inference is that the Lindermans did not attend church on a regular basis and failed to study the Bible and teach the faith to their children, but still desired that their children be Christians. A third reference in the church records was for the confirmation on Jun 1, 1760 of Justus Lindeman, son of Justus Lindeman, age 17 years. Justus Jr. would have been born three years after the arrival of the Lindeman family in Pennsylvania, and infers that Justus was accompanied by his wife aboard the Loyal Judith or followed him shortly after that.

Justus died at the age of 78 in Pennsylvania. His wife, Anna Elizabeth, apparently joined the families of her children who migrated south, and died at the age of 85 in Greenville, South Carolina. Source: Frank Butcher, April, 2002

Justus Linderman

Information for this article comes mostly from the research of Howard Hazelwood as reported in the Lenamon-Lenamond Newsletter, and from the research of Margene Black and Ranelle Brown as written in the book Lenderman Links. Dachrieden, in the German state of Thuringen, 2001.

Located about 90 miles northeast of Frankfurt, Dachrieden was the birthplace of Johann Justus Linderman and his father, Just Linderman. (Pronounce Dashreden)

UID: 6FE85CF8C4234386BFC60FEDE03E05BEBD8C, Change Date: 11 AUG 2012.

Father: Just Linderman b: ABT 1640 in Dachrieden, Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis, Thuringen, Germany

Mother: Just Lindermann in b: ABT 1649 in Germany

Marriage 1: Anna Elizabeth Imsweiler b: 7 MAY 1697 in Unkenbach, Donnersbergkreis, Reinland-Pfalz, Germany

Married: 3 JAN 1717 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany

Children: Charlotte Linderman b: 1719 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany,

Johann Jacob Linderman b: 30 NOV 1720 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany,

John* Heinrich Linderman b: 16 APR 1722 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany,

Maria Elizabeth Linderman b: 1 NOV 1724 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany,

Johann Adam Linderman b: 21 FEB 1726 in Germany,

Johann Valentin Linderman b: 30 MAR 1728 in Unkenback, Pfalz, Germany,

Susan Elizabeth Linderman b: 2 JAN 1732 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany,

Catherine Linderman b: 1733 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany,

Johannes Linderman b: 1 JAN 1736 in Obermoschel, Bayern, Germany,

Justus Linderman b: 1743 in Chester, Deleware, Pennsylvania.

Sources: Ancestry of Robert P. Lindeman

Died: 16 November 1769

Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Coventryville Cemetery, South Coventryville, Chester County, Pennsylvania

 

Coventryville Cemetery is at Grace Road and Chestnut Hill Road in South Coventry Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. It is located at the former site of Grace M E Chapel.

added by: Lostnfog & family, 11/07/2006

Burial: 17 November 1769
Coventryville Methodist Cemetery
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA

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Record added: Nov 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101197421

My Sixth Great Maternal Grandmother, Anna Elizabethae Imbsweiler Linderman

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Obermoschel, Bavaria, Germany

My sixth great maternal German grandmother, Anna Elizabethae Imbsweiler.

Daughter of Johannes Georg Imbsweiler and Maria Elizabetha Schneider.

Married: Johann Justus Linderman (Lindemann) on 3 January 1719 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

Emigrated: 25 August 1740 from Zweibrucken, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schwarzbach, Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Naturalized: 25 November 1740 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Resided: December 1740 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Rootsweb website:

Name: Anna Elisabetha IMBSWEILER

Sex: F

Birth: 12 MAY 1700 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Death: 17 MAY 1782 in North Coventry,Chester,PA

Note:

Her birth date is also listed as 7 May 1697 and 12 Mar 1699

Father: Johannes Georg IMBSWEILER b: 18 MAY 1669 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Mother: Maria Elisabetha SCHNEIDER b: 10 FEB 1674/1675 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Marriage 1 Johann Justus LINDEMANN b: 2 AUG 1690 in Muhlhausen,Sachsen,Prussia,Germany

Married: 3 JAN 1719 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

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Unkenbach is a municipality in the Donnersbergkreis in Rheinland-Pfalz . You heard the alsenz-obermoschel at which its administrative headquarters in the municipality Alsenz has. source: Wikipedia

Children:

Charlotte LINDEMANN b: Abt 1719 Unkenbach, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany

Johann Jacob LINDEMANN b: 20 NOV 1720 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johan Heinrich LINDEMANN b: 14 APR 1723 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Maria Elisabetha LINDEMANN b: 1 NOV 1724 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johann Adam LINDEMANN b: 21 FEB 1727 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johann Valentin LINDEMANN b: Abt 1728 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Marie Elisabetha LINDEMANN b: 6 JAN 1730 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Susannah Elizabeth LINDEMANN b: 2 JAN 1732 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Catherine LINDEMANN b: Abt 1733 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johannes LINDEMANN b: 2 JAN 1737 Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johan Justus LINDEMANN b: 1 JAN 1743 Germantown,Chester, PA

Spouse:
Johann Justus Lindemann (1690 – 1769)

Children:
Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792)
Johan Heinrich Linderman (1722 – 1800)

Burial:
Coventry Church of the Brethren Cemetery
North Coventry Township
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
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Record added: Nov 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101198038

 

My Sixth Great Maternal German Grandmother, Anna Elizabethae (Imbsweiler) Linderman

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Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria (Bayern), Germany

My sixth great maternal German grandmother, Anna Elizabethae Imbsweiler.

Daughter of Johannes Georg Imbsweiler and Maria Elizabetha Schneider.

Married: Johann Justus Linderman (Lindemann) on 3 January 1719 in Obermoschel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany.

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Lindau Lake, Bavaria, Germany

Emigrated: 25 August 1740 from Zweibrucken, Rhineland-Palatinate, Schwarzbach, Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Naturalized: 25 November 1740 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Resided: December 1740 in Germantown Township, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Rootsweb website:

Name: Anna Elisabetha IMBSWEILER

Sex: F

Birth: 12 MAY 1700 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Note:

Her birthdate is also listed as 7 May 1697 and 12 Mar 1699

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Change Date: 16 APR 2002 at 19:43:10

Father: Johannes Georg IMBSWEILER b: 18 MAY 1669 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Mother: Maria Elisabetha SCHNEIDER b: 10 FEB 1674/1675 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Marriage: Johann Justus LINDEMANN (Linderman)

b: 2 AUG 1690 in Muhlhausen, Sachsen, Prussia, Germany

Married: 3 JAN 1719 in Unkenbach, Pfalz, Germany

Children:

Charlotte LINDEMANN b: Abt 1719 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johann Jacob LINDEMANN b: 20 NOV 1720 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johan Heinrich LINDEMANN b: 14 APR 1723 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Germany

Maria Elisabetha LINDEMANN b: 1 NOV 1724 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johann Adam LINDEMANN b: 21 FEB 1727 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johann Valentin LINDEMANN b: Abt 1728 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Marie Elisabetha LINDEMANN b: 6 JAN 1730 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Susannah Elizabeth LINDEMANN b: 2 JAN 1732 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Catherine LINDEMANN b: Abt 1733 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johannes LINDEMANN b: 2 JAN 1737 in Unkenbach,Pfalz,Bayern,Germany

Johan Justus LINDEMANN b: 1 JAN 1743 in Germantown,Chester, PA

Family links:
Spouse:
Johann Justus Lindemann (1690 – 1769)

Children:
Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792)
Johann Heinrich Linderman (1722 – 1800)

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Death:

17 May 1782

North Coventry, Chester, Pennsylvania

Burial:

18 May 1782
Coventry Church of the Brethren Cemetery
North Coventry Township
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA

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Alva Ellen (Quill) Swayze – Texas

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Birth: Jul. 11, 1895 in Texas, USA

Alva Ellen (Quill) Swayze, daughter of Daniel James Quill of Ireland and Alice Nettie Lewis of Texas.

Married:  Robert Edward Swayze on 11 July 1915 in Bexar County, Texas.

Mother of Roy Albert Swayze, who was born in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas.
Grandmother of two adopted children, Robert “Bob” Edward Swayze of Houston, Harris County, Texas; and Kennon (Swayze) Fletcher Clark of Eutaw, Greene County, Texas.

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Great Grandmother of Kimberly Mary Fletcher of Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.
Alva spent the last few years of her life at the Kirkwood Mansion with…

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My Maternal Tenth Great German Grandfather, Johannes Linderman, Jr.

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Name: also spelled Johannes Lindemann, Jr. 

Sex: Male
 
Christening: 1547
Auerbach, Saxony, Germany
Religion: Evangelical Lutheran
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History:
Auerbach was first documented in 1282 in connection with Conrad de Urbach mentioned.This left the castle Auerbach build. The rest of it is the castle tower. The medieval city with grid-plan was in the 14th Century as scheduled by the governors of Plauen created. The citizens were invested in 1436 by the Castellan brewing beer. It developed the tin and iron ore mining. 1503 Auerbach received a mining office in 1543 and mining town. Since there were now pitch unions and pitch huts, Auerbach was in the 17th Century known as the “unlucky city.” The current spelling of place names set to 1578 final through previous forms were:. Urbach, Uwerbach, Awerboch and Awherbach 
The district Schnarrtanne was 1582 by witch hunts affected. Anna, widow of Wolf Spitzner, and her daughter were caught in a witch trial . 
National fame attained the place by the residents here Lehrerseminar.
By 1995, Auerbach was county seat of the homonymous district.
SACHSEN IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE STATE OF SAXONY IN DEUTSCHLAND [GERMANY]. Auerbach is a town in the Vogtlandkreis, Saxony, Germany. It is the regional centre of the eastern Vogtland. The economy is mainly based on textile manufacture, food processing and machine industry. Wikipedia
Married: 1577 in Germany to Magdalena (maiden name unknown).
Death: 30 Oct 1621
Bockau is a community in the district of Erzgebirgskreis in the Free State of Saxony in Germany. The community is known for growing and researching herbs. Owing to its centuries-old cultivation of angelica, whose roots are used in making liqueurs, Bockau is also known locally by the nickname Wurzelbucke (Wurzel is German for “root”).  Wikipedia
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My Maternal Eighth Great German Grandfather Wilhelm Linderman, Sr.

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My maternal eighth great grandfather. Surname also spelled as Lindemann and Lindenmann.

Name
Wilhelm Linderman Sr.
Sex: Male
Birth: 1618
Duisburg, Rheinland, Prussia
Christening:
1618
Duisburg, Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Died: after 1650 in Duisburg, Rheinland, Germany

DUISBURG A CITY IN THE WESTERN BORDER OF THE RUHR INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF NORTH RHINE-WESTPHALIA, IN WESTERN GERMANY, IS THE LARGEST INLAND PORT IN EUROPE. IT IS LOCATED ON THE EAST BANK OF THE RHINE RIVER AT ITS JUNCTION WITH THE RUHR RIVER AND THE RHINE-HERNE CANAL.

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Married: 1637 in Solingen-Wald, Solingen, Nord-Rhein Westfalen, Germany to Mrs. Sybilla (maiden name unknown) Linderman, b. 1619 in Evangelisch, Rheinland-Pfalz,Germany. 

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My Maternal Seventh Great German Grandfather, Justus Linderman

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Birth:  1650
Dachrieden
Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis
Thüringen, Germany

Death:  Jul. 21, 1714
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Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis
Thüringen, Germany

Son of Wilhelm LINDEMANN (aka LINDERMANN and LINDERMAN) of Duisburg, North Rhine Westfalen, Germany.Born: 1650 in Dachrieden, Thuringen, Germany.Died: 21 July 1714 in Dachrieden, Thuringen, Germany. Married: 1668 in Dachrieden,Thuringen,Germany. Maria Elizabeth (wife’s maiden name unknown.)
Rootsweb Website:
Name: Justus LINDEMANN
Sex: M
Birth: 1650 in Dachrieden,Thuringen,Germany
Death: 21 JUL 1714 in Dachrieden,Thuringen,Germany
Note: His wife (Maria Elizabeth)
Married: 1688 in Dachrieden,Thuringen,Germany
Children:
Johann Justus LINDEMANN b: 2 AUG 1690 d. 1769 in Muhlhausen, Sachsen, Prussia, Germany

Hans Adam LINDEMANN b: 1689 in Dachrieden,Germany d: 1744 Dachrieden, Germany

Maria Catherina LINDEMANN b: 1690 in Dachrieden, Germany

Martha Elisabetha LINDEMANN b: 18 March 1696 d: 2 February 1761 in Dachrieden,Germany

Anna Maria LINDEMANN b: 11 JUL 1695 d. 1789 in Dachrieden,Germany 

Family links:
 Spouse:
  Maria Elisabeth Linderman (1650 – 1696)
 
 Children:
  Johann Justus Linderman (1690 – 1769)

 

 

 

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Burial:
Dachrieden, Germany
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Record added: Nov 23, 2012
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Catharina (Weber) Linderman

Upper Burial Grounds
Also known as: Axe’s Burial Ground, Concord Burial Grounds

Inside the Upper Burying Ground (1692) looking SE towards the restored Concord School (1775), which is also on the grounds. source: Craig H. Trout

On Germantown Avenue looking north towards restored Concord School (1775) and the Upper Burying Ground (1692) wall extending to the left. The front gate is flanked by commemorative plaques to Revolutionary War soldiers buried inside. Actual cemetery entrance is to right of Concord School.

Upper Burial Ground Cemetery – Year built: 1692
The Upper Burial Ground is a cemetery in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is notable as the last resting place of 58 American soldiers from the Battle of Germantown in the American Revolution. Wikipedia 

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Birth:  1649
Stuttgarter Stadtkreis
Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Death:  1715
Germantown
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA

Daughter of Johannes and Margaretha Weber. Christened on 20 May 1649 in Wangen, Stuttgart, Wurttemburg, Germany.
Wife of Johann Linderman. Married in about 1692 in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Family links:
 Spouse:
  Johann Linderman (1648 – 1720)
 
Burial:
Upper Burial Grounds
Germantown
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Oct 06, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 170945394

 

My German Seventh Great Grand Uncle, Johann “Jan” Linderman

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Inside the Upper Burying Ground (1692) looking SE towards the restored Concord School (1775), which is also on the grounds. courtesy of Greg H. Trout, 2007

Birth:  Dec., 1648
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Death:  Jan. 1, 1720
Germantown
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
Christened: 27 Dec 1648 in EVANGELISCH, WALD SOLINGEN, NORTH RHINE-WESTFALEN, GERMANY.
Married: Catharina Weber in about 1692 in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Burial:
Upper Burial Grounds
Germantown
Philadelphia County
Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Jun 08, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 147586406

On Germantown Avenue looking north towards restored Concord School (1775) and the Upper Burying Ground (1692) wall extending to the left. The front gate is flanked by commemorative plaques to Revolutionary War soldiers buried inside. Actual cemetery entrance is to right of Concord School. courtesy of  Craig H. Trout, 2007

courtesy David S. Spangler, 2007

My Maternal Third Great German Grandfather, Abraham “Abram” Linderman

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Sgt Abraham “Abraim” Linderman 
Birth: 
1810
Montgomery
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: 
Sep. 2, 1893
Winona
Winona County
Minnesota, USA

Enlisted in Civil War as Pvt. and promoted to Sgt. when he re-enlisted for the Union. A Yankee soldier. [ABRAHAM] A. LINDERMAN WAS A UNION [YANKEE] SOLDIER, ON 14 AUGUST 1862, A SERGEANT IN COMPANY F, OF THE 117th. ILLINOIS INFANTRY , ENLISTED IN CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS; DURING THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN 1862-1865, BOX #000539, EXTRAC. 0053, RECORD #0000169.
He was born in New York. His parents moved from Germantown Twp, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania to Montgomery, Orange County, New York.
His ancestors settled in Germantown Twp., Pennsylvania in 1697. His ancestors helped found America. Our Linderman ancestors fought in the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, American Civil War. We are proud German decendants of the Linderman family, and the Holman family were from England.
Abraham married…

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My Minnesota Ancestors, the Linderman, Hammel, and Loftis Families

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Abraham and Mary (Holman) Linderman resided at 231 E. Mark Street, Winona, Minnesota until they passed away. Abraham passed away in 1893, and Mary passed away in 1884. They had one son, Eliza Abraim, and one daughter, Mary Linderman. Abraham and Eliza both served with the Union in Illinois during the Civil War. Eliza died in 1861. Abraham and Mary, and daughter, Mary Linderman were all buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Minnesota.

THE SURNAME “LINDERMAN” IS A VERY RARE NAME COMPARITIVELY SPEAKING, AND APPEARS TO BE LOCATIONAL IN ORIGIN. IT IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ENGLISH MEANING,”ONE WHO LIVED AT OR NEAR  A LIME TREE.”   KNOWING THAT DIFFERENT SPELLINGS OF THE SAME ORIGINAL SURNAME ARE A COMMON OCCURENCE, IT IS NOT SURPRISING THAT DICTIONARIES OF SURNAMES INDICATE PROBABLE SPELLING VARIATIONS OF THE “LINDERMAN” SURNAME TO BE: “LINDERMANN, LIMDERMAN, LIMDERMANN, LINDERMANS, LINDENMANN, LENDERMAN, AND LINDEMAN.”  ALTHOUGH BEARERS OF THE OLD…

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Abraham “Abram”and Maria A. “Mary” (Hammell) Linderman

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This is all that’s left of the Linderman family urn flower pot.

Abraham &amp; Mary (Holman) LindermanHarry, Mary, and Edward Linderman-Dubuque, Iowa


Mother Mary (Hammell) Linderman’s headstone.

Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Minnesota where the Linderman family plot is located.

Abraham Linderman, was my 3rd. Great Grandfather, and he was born in 1810 in Montgomery, Orange County, New York, USA, and he died 2 Sept. 1893 in Winona, Minnesota, USA. He enlisted in Civil War as Sgt. for the Union. A Yankee soldier. He was born in New York. His ancestors settled in Germantown Twp., Pennsylvania in 1697.

His ancestors helped found America. Our Linderman ancestors fought in the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, American Civil War. We are proud German descendants of the Linderman family.

Abraham Linderman married Mary Hammell in 1833 in New York. They moved to Minnesota in 1856. Their homestead was at 231 E. Mark St…

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Linderman and Lund Ancestors

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Home built by my Maternal Great Grandparents, Edward Francis (E. F.) Linderman and Gudrun “Gud” Ivarra (Lund) Linderman in 1913, finished in 1914 at 705 W. Third St., Dubuque, Iowa. They resided there until 1968. Edy and Gud raised Harry William, Gladys Serena, Irene Mary, and Evelyn Frances Linderman there. Edy’s Mother resided there with them until her death in 1924, the same year that Gud died. My Mother, told me that during the Depression years her and her Mother and Father and Sisters, Yvonne, Yvarra, and Patricia Linderman all resided there with her Grandparents, Edy and Gud (Lund) Linderman. My Great Grandfather oversaw every aspect of the building of their home, and I still have all his journals and notes from the plans and size and amount of supplies, down to the last board. He worked on the Mississippi River all his life, in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Gud…

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Life in Rural Germany, 1600-1800

May 13, 2011 – 12:42pm by BellBS

Life in Rural Germany, 1600-1800

Most Germans lived in rural areas between the 17th and 19th century. In the 18th century, statistics show that this was true for about 80% of the population. Most farmers were not owners of the land. The land belonged to wealthy land owners, and the cultivator of the land was a mere servant and in many instances, a serf. If a farmer was treated as a serf, he had no personal freedom, i.e., he was not able to marry without consent of his sovereign lord, he could not move anywhere else and could not sell or obtain land. Therefore, few people were able to sell out. If they did, they were free of obligations towards the authorities and could buy, sell, lease, inherit, etc., without interference. Still, their business was recorded.

People who were put in charge of land and a working farm were able to pass it on with the understanding that the successor would ensure the same care and yield as the previous user did. If a farmer died, several scenarios could take place. The farmland could be divided among all heirs or be given to the oldest or youngest son while other brothers and sisters received monetary compensations. If a farmer had no heir, the sovereign or manor lord took back the property and gave it to another farmer who could be a relative of the deceased.

All members of a farming community had to develop a fine-tuned working relationship with each other. This did not work smoothly at all times. There were disputes. People would let their cattle graze on fields just ploughed or cattle would trespass an area not yet harvested, for example. This happened because the farming land was divided into narrow strips, therefore not easily accessible.

The social hierarchy of a village was determined by the size of farmland and personal property. People with little or no property found themselves at the bottom on the social ranking. These were the sons and daughters of farmers who were not entitled to inherit the farm. The number of people in such predicament grew steadily after the Thirty Years War (1618-1648). They had to work as day laborers or seasonal workers and had to be very creative to make ends meet. Many bought looms and made money by weaving.

Whether your ancestor was lucky to run a farm or was a day laborer, he left behind records of his business or labor. Such records can be found today in state or private archives.

For information on German archives, see the Germany Archives and Libraries article in the FamilySearch Research Wiki.

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View from Divi Blasii Church tower, Muehlhausen, Thueringen, Deutschland, 2008. 

 

The Harrison Meeting House

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Photographed by Daniel Case 2006-12-09

The Harrison Meeting House Site and Cemetery, also known as the Germantown Church Site and Cemetery, is located on NY 416 right at its northern terminus with NY 211, across from Orange County Airport just outside the village of Montgomery, New York.

The first settlers of what would eventually become the Town of Montgomery came here and built their church on this site in the early 18th century. It would later be surrounded with their houses. The church no longer stands, but several of those early settlers are buried within the stone wall around the site.  TheTown of Montgomery has taken possession after the site was restored from past neglect and added a small interpretive plaqueIt was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. source: Wikipedia

Beauty Of Germany~My German Ancestors

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Several of my ancestors emigrated from different parts of Germany. My Claussen, Kobel, Rabe, Koch, Linderman, and Frederick? also ( I believe that my paternal grandfather, Karel Fredrich, was born out of wedlock and maybe his father was Bohemian). 
His naturalization papers stated that he was born in Mala Lehota, Moravia. Malá Lehota is a village and municipality in the Žarnovica District, Banská Bystrica Region in Slovakia, in Southern Moravia.
We will never know for sure. He took that secret to his grave. In that day and time the worst thing that you could be is German or illegitimate). (I believe that his mother was single. I have no idea who she was.

My daddy told me that his father, Karel was as dark as you could get, without being black, and that he believed that he was Bohemian. My paternal grandmother, said that Bohemians were like gypsies and roamed…

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1995 Linderman Reunion

Our 1995 Linderman Family Reunion at Bend, San Saba, Texas. Becky and Bill Burgess’s Ranch. Picture on lower right side from left to right, back row, Patricia Harrod, Sarah Moore, Sally Brown, Phyllis Hyden, front row, Joseph Frederick, Jean Mancill, and Karl Frederick. 

My maternal grandparents were Harry William Linderman and Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman, of Crosby and Houston, Harris, Texas. Formerly of Indianapolis, Indiana, Dubuque, Iowa, and Chicago, Illinois.

Bavaria, Germany the Home Land of my LINDERMAN Ancestors

BAVARIA, GERMANY

Land at the Heart of Europe

Bavaria is one of the oldest states in Europe dating right back to the 6th century AD. From the Middle Ages up to the beginning of the 19th century Bavaria was a powerful and mighty Dukedom first under the reign of the Guelph dynasty and subsequently under theWittelsbachs.

Cities such as Regensburg developed into spiritual and economic centres of European importance. After the Thirty Years’ War the Electorate of Bavaria had an important roleamongst the great political players of the time.

Bavaria was a kingdom for over 100 years, from January 1, 1806 to November 8, 1918. The six Bavarian kings reigned as constitutional monarchs. The first Bavarian monarch, Max Joseph I, owed his royal status to an alliance with the French emperor Napoleon I.

In the wake of the 1st World War, events in Bavaria were first determined by a communist Räterepublik until a constitution with parliamentary democracy came into force in 1919. Under the National Socialists Bavaria lost its independence as a state.

On 1st December 1946 a constitution for the Free State of Bavaria was adopted by referendum.

Key dates in the history of Bavaria

6th centuryAD Inception of the Dukedom of Bavaria
1158 Henry the Lion founds Munich
1180 Emperor Frederick Barbarossa appoints Otto von Wittelsbach as Duke of Bavaria
1301-1347 Ludwig the Bavarian crowned King and Emperor of Germany
1623 Bavaria becomes an Electorate
1662-1726 Elector Max Emanuel develops the splendours of Bavarian baroque
1800-1815 Swabia and Franconia become part of Bavaria
1806 Bavaria becomes a kingdom
1818 Bavaria is granted a constitution
1825-1845 King Ludwig I makes Bavaria a centre for both culture and the sciences
1835 The very first railway in Germany is built between Nuremberg and Fürth
1864-1886 King Ludwig II, the “Fairytale King”
1918 Bavaria becomes a Free State
1933-1945 Bavaria loses its independence as a state under the National Socialists
1946 Inception of the constitution of the Free State of Bavaria

Source: The Bavarian State Chancellery

Down Memory Lane…A Long Legacy of Love and Traditions

The Road Less Traveled

November 28, 2014, On the road to my parents, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill and my step dad, Louis Clifford Mancill’s cabin in the woods near Cleveland, Texas in Sam Houston Lake Estates. Where I used to see just a bunch of “old dead trees” and dead things, I can now see the beauty instead.

Today I can see the beauty in God’s nature, to where I used to see just “old dead trees”. Mother taught me to appreciate and be grateful for the good things in our lives and to live with the tragedies too, because we were not promised a “rose garden”.

I miss you terribly, Mother everyday! Nothing is the same without you! Everywhere I look I see you and your handiwork. You and Lou left us a wonderful legacy of love and tradition. Mother and Lou (my step Dad) worked hard everyday to make a good life for their children and grandchildren. They were both Christians and proud Americans. My Dad from proud French and English people. Mother descended from proud German and Norwegian people, but they were always Americans first.

They never asked for a handout, they always worked for what they wanted, and they never expected someone else to support them or pay their bills. They were NOT from the “Entitlement Generation”!! Thank God for all of my good loving, and hard working ancestors before me. They never expected special treatment, just EQUAL. They were good and kind to ALL! I was taught that we are all God’s children and all deserve to be treated equal. I am SO proud to be their daughter!! I thank God for every year, and every minute that God allowed us to spend together.

Sgt. Abraham “Abraim” Linderman

Aunt Lizzie A. Loftus, Old Linderman Home Place, 231 E. Mark St., Winona, MN

Birth: 1811

Cayuta Township
Tioga County
New York, USA

Death: September 3, 1891
Winona
Winona County
Minnesota, USA 

My maternal third great grandfather. Son of Ezekiel Linderman and Margaret Ridner (Redner) Linderman. He was born in 1811 in Cayuta Township, Tioga, New York.

His Grandparents moved from Germantown Twp, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania to Montgomery, Orange County, New York. His ancestors settled in Germantown Twp., Pennsylvania in 1697.

His ancestors helped found America. Our Linderman ancestors have fought in the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, American Civil War, and every war since then.

name:Abraham Linderman
event place:Crawford, Orange, New York
page number:192
nara publication number:M19
nara roll number:113
film number:0017173
digital folder number:004409688
image number:00369

CENSUS INDEX FOR NEW YORK SHOWS ABRAHAM LINDERMAN RESIDING THERE FROM 1840-9.

name:Abraham Lindemann
event:Census
event place:Winona, Township 107, Range 7, Winona, Minnesota
gender:Male
age:49
race:
birthplace:New York
estimated birth year:1808
family number:27
line number:23
film number:944290
digital folder number:004539672
image number:00301
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
Abraham LindemannM49New York
Mary LindemannF42New York
Eliza LindemannF14Illinois
Citing this Record
“Minnesota, Territorial Census, 1857,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3DC9-62M : accessed 16 Oct 2012), Abraham Lindemann in household of Abraham Lindemann, [REFERENCE-ERROR].

name: Mary Lindemann
event type: Census
event place: Winona, Township 107, Range 7, Winona, Minnesota
gender: Female
age: 42
race:
birthplace: New York
birth year (estimated): 1815
family number: 27
line number: 24
gs film number: 944290
digital folder number: 004539672
image number: 00301
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Abraham Lindemann M 49 New York
Mary Lindemann F 42 New York
Eliza Lindemann F 14 Illinois (niece?)
Citing this Record
“Minnesota, Territorial Census, 1857,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3DC9-FW2 : accessed 04 Mar 2013), Mary Lindemann in entry for Abraham Lindemann, 1857.

name:Abraham Linderman
residence:, Winona, Minnesota
ward:3d Ward City Of Winona
age:50 years
estimated birth year:1810
birthplace:New York
gender:Male
page:72
family number:542
film number:803576
dgs number:4233359
image number:00380
nara number:M653

1865 Census for Winona, Minnesota shows:
name:Abraham Linderman
event:Census
event date:1865
event place:Winona, 02, Winona, Minnesota, United States
gender:Male
race:
family number:162
volume:11
line number:72
film number:565716
digital folder number:004539664
image number:00891
Household Gender Age Birthplace
A Linderman M
Mary Linderman F
Joseph James M
Lizzie James F
Mary Linderman F
John Freeborn M
(source citation: familysearch.org website)

name:Mary Linderman
event:Census
event date:1865
event place:Winona, 02, Winona, Minnesota, United States
gender:Female
race:
family number:162
volume:11
line number:72
film number:565716
digital folder number:004539664
image number:00891
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
A LindermanM
Mary LindermanF
Joseph JamesM
Lizzie JamesF
Mary LindermanF
John FreebornM

name:A Linderman
residence:Winona City, Winona, Minnesota
age:65
estimated birth year:1810
father’s birthplace:New York
mother’s birthplace:
birthplace:New York
race:White
gender:Male
line number:23
family number:1057
film number:0565731
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
A LindermanMNew York
Mary LindermanFNew York
Mary LindermanFWinona
Charles LindermanMCanada
Edward LindermanMWinona
Citing this Record
“Minnesota, State Census, 1875,” index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MKJS-F2V : accessed 16 Oct 2012), A Linderman in household of A Linderman, Winona City, Winona, Minnesota.

Minnesota Census for 1880
name:Abraham Lindeman
residence:Winona, Winona, Minnesota
birthdate:1811
birthplace:New York, United States
relationship to head:Self
spouse’s name:Mary Lindeman
spouse’s birthplace:New York, United States
father’s name:
father’s birthplace:New York, United States
mother’s name:
mother’s birthplace:New York, United States
race or color (expanded):White
ethnicity (standardized):American
gender:Male
martial status:Married
age (expanded):69 years
occupation:
nara film number:T9-0638
page:288
page character:D
entry number:2573
film number:1254638
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
selfAbraham LindemanM69New York, United States
wifeMary LindemanF64New York, United States
Lizie LindemanF34Illinois, United States (niece?)
dauMary LindemanF21Minnesota, United States
sonEdy LindemanM6Minnesota, United States (grandson)

Minnesota Census for 1885
name:Abraham Linderman
residence:Winona, Winona, Minnesota
age:75 years
estimated birth year:1810
birthplace:New York
race:White
gender:Male
family number:447
volume:Winona
page number:
film number:000565759
HouseholdGenderAgeBirthplace
Abraham LindermanM75yNew York
Lizzie LoftusF40yIllinois (niece?)
Mary LindermanF25yMinnesota (daughter)
Edwd LindermanM10yMinnesota (grandson)

Abraham Linderman enlisted in Civil War as Pvt. in Illinois, and was promoted to Sgt. when he re-enlisted as a Union (Yankee) soldier.

ABRAHAM LINDERMAN WAS A UNION [YANKEE] SOLDIER, A PRIVATE, COMPANY I, OF THE 9th. ILLINOIS INFANTRY, IN THE CIVIL WAR. THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN IN APRIL 1861. THE NINTH BRIGADE INFANTRY MOVED FROM SPRINGFIELD, SANGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 26 APRIL 1861, TO CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 1 MAY 1861. HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONELS: ELEAZER A. PAINE [USMA; BRIG. GENERAL], AUGUST MERSEY [BVT. B.G.], AND SAMUEL T. HUGHES. THE 9th. HAD MORE MEN KILLED THAN ANY OTHER ILLINOIS REGIMENT. HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN WARDELL GUTHIN. THE NINTH BRIGADE SUFFERED FROM THE CHANGING CLIMATE, BAD WATER, AND POOR CLOTHING. DURING THE CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS IN THE INFANTRY ONLY MADE $11.00 MONTH, AND THE CAVALRY ONLY RECEIVED $12.00 A MONTH. THE REGIMENT LOST 9 MEN TO DISEASE BETWEEN APRIL AND JULY 1861. THE NINTH REGIMENT SERVED GARRISON DUTY AT “FORT DEFIANCE” IN CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS.

List of Illinois Civil War Units:
Illinois in the American Civil War
The Civil War Archive

name:Abraham Linderman
rank: Pvt.
company:I
regiment:9
state:Illinois
arm of service:Infantry
date of filing:
state/arm of service:
company/regiment:
publication title:Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900
nara publication number:T289
publisher:National Archives and Records Administration
collection title:Civil War Pensions

9th Illinois Infantry History:
“On the 24th day of April, the NINTH ILLINOIS INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS was mustered into the service at Springfield for the term of three months. It was one of the six regiments organized under the first call of the President, at the commencement of the war of the rebellion. Six companies – A, B, C, D, E and F – were from St. Clair county; G, I and K, from Madison, and H from Montgomery. The regiment was ordered to Cairo, where it was stationed, doing garrison duty until the close of the term of service, July 26, 1861, when it was mustered out.

During that time the garrison at Cairo was composed of the 8th, 9th, 10th and 12th Infantry. The brigade at Cairo was composed of these regiments and the 7th and 11th Infantry, the latter being stationed at Bird’s Point, Mo., and the 7th a part of the time at Cairo, and a part of the time at Mound City. The brigade was commanded by General Prentiss.

During the three months’ service the work of the soldier was made up of fatigue duty, building barracks, clearing off parade grounds, building fort defenses and the re-dang earthwork where the Ohio River is wedded to the Mississippi, and which guarded the confluence of those rivers from the possible advance of rebel gunboats.

The monotonous work of this period was broken only by one incident, a march into the swamps of Missouri, back of Commerce, after Jeff. Thompson. The marching column was composed of battalions from the several regiments, including one from the Ninth.

At the expiration of their term of service of the regiments herein named there was no force to take their place as a garrison, which placed Cairo and the vast government stores almost at the mercy of the enemy, but this difficulty was happily overcome by volunteer response from the officers and men of the disbanded regiments to do garrison duty until their places could be filled by soldiers who had enlisted in the three years’ service, which was from four to six days.

Some of the hundred and fifty of this volunteer garrison was composed of the Ninth Infantry, who proposed to re-enlist. In this way the enlistment was for the three years’ service began with the Ninth.

On this mere skeleton of a regiment of officers and men recruiting began in earnest, and in less than thirty days it was again a full regiment. It was organized at Cairo with companies B, C, D and F from St. Clair county; A and I from Madison; H from Montgomery; G from Pulaski; K from Alexander, and E from St. Clair and Mercer. On the night of September 5, 1861.

General Grant moved with the Ninth and Twelfth Infantry from Cairo to Paducah, Kentucky taking possession of that city early on the morning of the 6th, thus defeating a similar movement on the part of the rebels only by five or six hours.

The Ninth was ordered to move out and tear up railroad track and destroy a bridge which was about twelve miles out from Paducah. This being accomplished, the regiment returned to Paducah where it was stationed until early in February 1862. The brigade to which the Ninth belonged was directed to make a feint on Columbus, on the day of the battle at Belmont, which occurred November 7th, 1861.

The regiment made several reconnaissances during the time it was stationed at Paducah, Kentucky, but the chief duty was the constant drill and picket duty with the steady demand for fatigue parties for the construction of fortifications, which prepared the soldier for duty in the field.”

[ABRAHAM] A. LINDERMAN RE-ENLISTED AS UNION [YANKEE] SOLDIER, ON 14 AUGUST 1862, A SERGEANT IN COMPANY F, OF THE 117th. ILLINOIS INFANTRY , ENLISTED IN CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS; DURING THE CIVIL WAR BETWEEN 1862-1865, BOX #000539, EXTRAC. 0053, RECORD #0000169.

We are proud German descendants of the LINDERMAN family, and the Scottish descendants of the HAMMELL family.

Abraham married Mary Hammell on 26 November 1835 in Newfield, Tompkins County, New York.
Abraham and Mary Linderman moved to Kane County, Illinois between 1837-8 with Abraham’s father, Ezekiel Linderman.

Abraham and Mary moved to Minnesota in 1856. Their homestead was at 231 E. Mark St, Winona, Minnesota.

He and Mary had one daughter, Mary Linderman, that I am positive about.
They had an Elizabeth A. Eliza “Lizzie” Linderman (James)(Loftus), residing with them in 1857 Census for Winona, Minnesota. (I am not positive about who her parents were, because I have not been able to find birth records for her)
My Maternal Great Grandfather, Edward Francis Linderman, only spoke of her as Aunt Lizzie Loftus ( I believe that she is Abraham’s niece).

According to several Census records she resided with them at 231 E. Mark Street, Winona, Winona County, Minnesota. She was born in 1843 in Illinois. She died in 1905 and is buried in the Linderman Family plot.

Abraham survived the Civil War, and lived until 1891 with his beloved wife Mary, in the Linderman Home place at 231 E. Mark St., Winona, Minnesota.

His wife, Maria “Mary” A. (Hammell) Linderman, preceded him in death, in 1884.
They are all buried together in the LINDERMAN Family Plot in Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Winona County, Minnesota.

Name: Abraham A. Lindeman
Military Rank: [Blank]
Military Company: C
Military Regiment: 2
Military Unit: Artillery
Event Date: 18 Nov 1878
Affiliate Name: National Archives and Records Administration
Affiliate Record Type: Civil War Pensions
Affiliate Publication Number: T289 , Affiliate Publication Title: Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900

Death Records~~~
name: Abraham Linderman
gender: Male
burial date:
burial place:
death date: 3 Sep 1891
death place: Winona City, Winona, Minnesota
age: 80
birth date: c. 1811
birthplace: New York
occupation:
race: White
marital status: Widowed
spouse’s name:
father’s name: E. Linderman
father’s birthplace: U.S.
mother’s name: Margarette
mother’s birthplace: U.S.
indexing project (batch) number: B01458-3
system origin: Minnesota-EASy
source film number: 1377829
reference number: yrs 1870-1910 p 162
Source Citation
“Minnesota, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1990,” index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FDM9-Y8H : accessed 4 July 2012), E. Linderman in entry for Abraham Linderman, 1891.

Abraham Linderman
Minnesota, Will Records
Name: Abraham Linderman
Event Year: 1891
Event Place: , Winona, Minnesota
Schedule Type: Will Books
Source Reference: Will Records Volume B 1880-1892
Number of Images: 1
Digital Folder Number: 004424460 , Image Number: 261
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Minnesota, Will Records, 1849-1985
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About this collection
Citing this Record
“Minnesota, Will Records, 1849-1985,” index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FSP1-SMH : accessed 14 Oct 2014), Abraham Linderman, 1891; citing p. , volume Will Records Volume B 1880-1892, Winona 10-0051 County, Historical Society, St.Paul.

Family links: 
Parents:
Ezekiel Linderman (1768 – 1848)
Margarette (Redner) Linderman (1764 – 1837)

Spouse:
Mary Ann (Hammell) Linderman (1817 – 1884)

Children:
Elizabeth A (Linderman) Loftus (1843 – 1909)
Mary Linderman (1859 – 1924)

Siblings:
John Redner Linderman (1794 – 1877)
Jacob Linderman (1795 – 1872)
Nancy Linderman Brown (1797 – 1878)
Nicholas Linderman (1803 – 1887)
Abraham Linderman (1811 – 1891)

Abraham & Mary Linderman Urn in family plot, Woodlawn Cemetery, Winona, Winona, Minnesota, c. 1996

Burial: 
Woodlawn Cemetery
Winona
Winona County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: 35 

Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Aug 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21069099

My maternal Third Great Grandfather served in the Civil War in Illinois first as a Pvt. and then he was promoted to Sgt. He served in the 9th. Illinois Infantry as a Pvt. and the 117th. Regiment Infantry from Illinois. Moved to Winona, Winona, Minnesota in April 1856 from Kane County, Illinois. 

He and my third great grandmother, Mary (Hammell) Linderman married on 26 November 1835 in Newfield, Tompkins County, New York. They homesteaded at 231 East Mark Street, Winona, Winona, Minnesota, resided together up until their deaths.  

Linderman , Abraham
BATTLE UNIT NAME:9th Regiment, Illinois Infantry (3 months, 1861)

SIDE: Union COMPANY: I

SOLDIER’S RANK IN:Private

SOLDIER’S RANK OUT:Private

ALTERNATE NAME:

FILM NUMBER: M539 ROLL 53

PLAQUE NUMBER:

NOTES:none

Linderman , Abraham

BATTLE UNIT NAME:117th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

SIDE:Union

COMPANY:F

SOLDIER’S RANK IN:Sergeant

SOLDIER’S RANK OUT:Sergeant

ALTERNATE NAME:A./Linderman

FILM NUMBER: M539 ROLL 53

PLAQUE NUMBER:

NOTES:none

ABRAHAM LINDERMAN WAS A UNION [YANKEE] SOLDIER, A PRIVATE, COMPANY I, OF THE 9th. ILLINOIS INFANTRY, IN THE CIVIL WAR. THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN IN APRIL 1861.
THE NINTH BRIGADE INFANTRY MOVED FROM SPRINGFIELD, SAGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 26 APRIL 1861, TO CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS ON 1 MAY 1861.
HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF COLONELS: ELEAZER A. PAINE [USMA; BRIG. GENERAL], AUGUST MERSEY [BVT. B.G.], AND SAMUEL T. HUGHES.
THE 9th. HAD MORE MEN KILLED THAN ANY OTHER ILLINOIS REGIMENT. HE WAS UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAIN WARDELL GUTHIN. THE NINTH BRIGADE SUFFERED FROM THE CHANGING CLIMATE, BAD WATER, AND POOR CLOTHING.
DURING THE CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS IN THE INFANTRY ONLY MADE $11.00 MONTH, AND THE CAVALRY ONLY RECEIVED $12.00 A MONTH.
THE REGIMENT LOST 9 MEN TO DISEASE BETWEEN APRIL AND JULY 1861. THE NINTH REGIMENT SERVED GARRISON DUTY AT “FORT DEFIANCE” IN CAIRO, ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS.

9th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
The 9th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
Service

The 9th Illinois Infantry was organized at Springfield, Illinois and mustered into Federal service on April 26, 1861 for a three month enlistment.
The regiment was mustered out on July 26, 1861.
Total strength and casualties

The regiment suffered 9 enlisted men who died of disease, for a total of 9 fatalities.
Commanders: Colonel Eleazar A. Paine – Mustered out with the regiment.

List of Illinois Civil War Units
Illinois in the American Civil War
The Civil War Archive:
name:Abraham Linderman
rank:
company:I
regiment:9
state:Illinois
arm of service:Infantry
date of filing:
state/arm of service:
company/regiment:
publication title:Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between 1861 and 1900
nara publication number:T289
publisher:National Archives and Records Administration
collection title:Civil War Pensions

Nicholas Linderman, Son of Ezekiel and Margarette (Redner) Linderman

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Birth: Nov. 22, 1803
Orange County
New York, USA
Death: Feb. 3, 1887
Ischua
Cattaraugus County
New York, USA
Family links:
Parents:
Ezekiel Linderman (1768 – 1848)
Margarette Redner Linderman (1764 – 1839)

Spouses:
Sarah Clauson Hyde Linderman (1815 – 1888)
Rebecca Whitlock Linderman (1807 – 1849)*

Children:
Mary A. Linderman Sill (1840 – 1902)*
Adeline Linderman Sill (1844 – 1943)*
Emeline Linderman Pierce (1844 – 1923)*
Edgar C. Lindeman (1847 – 1850)*
Charles A. Linderman (1852 – 1852)*
James W. Linderman (1857 – 1858)*

Siblings:
John Redner Linderman (1794 – 1877)*
Jacob Linderman (1795 – 1872)*
Nancy Linderman Brown (1797 – 1878)
Nicholas Linderman (1803 – 1887)
Abraham Linderman (1811 – 1891)
Burial:
Fitch Cemetery
Ischua
Cattaraugus County
New York, USA
Created by: Larry
Record added: Aug 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74849120

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Bavaria – Bayern – Germany

Land of my Linderman ancestors that emigrated in 1740 to Germantown, Pennsylvania and helped to build these United States of America. I never had the money to take mother to Germany before she left us and went to be with Jesus, so now it is just not that important to me. I love learning about and viewing pictures and videos of Bavaria though. Now, that I am older I don’t have the energy to travel anymore. 

Black Forest, Badische Schwarzwaldbahn

Another Bag, More Travel

Black Forest, Badische Schwarzwaldbahn

I woke early in the morning and now that the effects of the wine had almost completely worn away immediately recalled the incident with the cuckoo clock and I worried that I might have broken it and would be presented with a hefty repair bill when we checked out.  Wide awake I checked the weather and instead of the blue sky that we had predicted there had been a significant fall of snow and it was still coming down thick and fast.

Over breakfast we agreed that this was probably not a good day to be driving around the Black Forest on snow bound roads even with winter tyres so we decided to take a train journey instead.  The car took some clearing and de-icing and then we left the residential streets of Rammersweier and headed towards the city centre and the train station.  This being Sunday there wasn’t a…

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Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill and her six wonderful children!

Six Frederick children, 4-15-2011, Austin, TX

Sally Frederick Tudor I like to post this pic of mother and her six children around mother’s day. She is not here on earth but in heaven with Jesus. But…..she and my daddy left a strong legacy of love and hard working, good, Christian, and kind children. We carry on her legacy of love. We continue on mother, and look forward to seeing you again in heaven with Jesus.We are a loving and close-knit family. I want them to know how much I love them, as well as my wonderful brother and sister-laws. Our many birthdays, and holidays together have given me a lot of good memories. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I want you all to see my post, so I am going to try and list them: Joseph & Brenda Meyers Frederick, Karl & Fran Frederick, Danny & Phyllis Frederick Hyden, Phil &Patricia Frederick Harrod, and Craig Moore & Sarah Moore.

YES, HE DID HELP BUILD THESE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!

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English: Flag of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I...English: Seal of the city of ,pennsylvania welcomes you

Johann Jacob Linderman was my fifth great grandfather who emigrated in 1740 from Obermochel, Bayern, Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He DID help build these United States! Yes, he did build this!! JOHANN JACOB LINDERMAN SERVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR BETWEEN 1775-1781. HE WAS IN THE COLONIAL PENNSYLVANIA ARMY.

Married Catharina McLean in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1743. They had eleven children together.  He resided in Germantown Township, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in December 1740. 

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CHRISTmas in Bavaria, Germany

BavariaSnowGermanyMy mother’s ancestors were from Obermochel, Pfalz, Bavaria, Germany. They emigrated in1740, and they helped found America. Mother loved the snow and Christmas. Mother you are so loved and missed. I am so grateful that I was blessed with such a wonderful mother, and He allowed me to keep you for 58 years of my life. You only had your mother for 36 years, but I am so grateful that you were able to share your memories of her with me. I was only 9 when she passed and I never got a chance to know her. Enjoy your time with your family in heaven. I hope to be with you and them again.

 Jean Marie (Linderman)Frederick Mancill

 

Birth: Dec. 3, 1927
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
Death: Mar. 9, 2012
Rosharon
Brazoria County
Texas, USA 

Jean Marie (Linderman)Frederick Mancill, daughter of (Phylis at birth) Phyllis “Phyl” Eugenia(Palen) Linderman and Harry William Linderman. Her mother died when she was only 36 of Hodgekin’s Disease. She never really got over it, but just had to learn to live with it.Granddaughter of Frank Joseph Palen and Emma Elsie (Claussen) Palen, also of Edward Francis Linderman and Gudrun Ivara (Lund)Linderman of Dubuque, Iowa.First husband LeRoy “Lee” Eugene Frederick. Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, Texas. Divorced 1968. the Frederick homestead was at 1709 Cheston Drive, Jacinto City, Texas 77029.

Six children together: Joseph Lee, Phyllis Jean, Sally Ann, Karl Thomas, Patricia Marie, and Sarah Kay Frederick.
Mother was a very loving and creative woman. She taught me how to sew at 16, she made us a braided rug, she knitted, crocheted, needlepointed, and quilted.

Second husband Louis “Honey Lou” Clifford Mancill. Married 5 December 1968, Houston, Texas. The Mancill homestead was at 11039 Lafferty Oaks St, Houston, Texas.

My Mother and Dad made our house a home. We celebrated many a birthday, and all holidays at this home, at 11039 Lafferty Oaks St., in Houston, Texas.

He preceded her in death. No children of this union. One step son, Michieal Wayne Mancill, who was more like a brother. He was a part of our family.

She was the life of the party. She and my Dad loved music and dancing. Lou sang and played the guitar. She lived, she laughed and she loved. Lou called her his “satan pussycat”, and the “princess and the pea”. She was spoiled by my Dad. They spoiled each other. They were each other’s best friend. They were deeply in love.

Mother passed away at home surrounded with family that loved her. She just drifted off, and the angels came to get her. My consolation was she was not in pain, and not alone, and I was able to be there with her for her last six years of her life.

Mother just passed today, March 9, 2012, in Rosharon, Texas. She left us peacefully to be with Jesus. I am so grateful to have been able to spend the last six years living together with Mother. I am grateful that I was not working, so that I had the time to care for her. My sister, Phyllis and me took care of her at home just like she had wanted. We got to be even closer than ever.

She was blessed with a good life, and a good family. She really was always there with all of us six children, up until the last week of her life. She fell on Monday, and we think she had a mini stroke, she never was able to speak clearly after that. She passed away on Friday afternoon, in her sleep.

Mother left us just like she wanted to. She had dignity and respect from all who knew her. Everyone who knew her loved her. She was a very giving person, and always was there for her six children. Our family was a very loving, close-knit family.

Burial followed at the same Oaklawn Cemetery, where Aunt Yvonne Linderman (Levesque), Uncle Kenneth Jackson, and Aunt Yvarra “Billie” Linderman (Jackson) are buried.
Mother’s viewing was held on Monday, March 12, 2012 from 4-9pm. The funeral services were on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 @11am @ Oaklawn Cemetery Pavilion, on Hwy. 36 in Somerville, TX. location at:, Strickland Funeral Home at 545 8th Street, SOMERVILLE, TEXAS 77879, (979)596-2133.

Family links:
Parents:
Harry William Linderman (1903 – 1995)
Phyllis Eugenia Palen Linderman (1904 – 1963)

Spouses:
Leroy Eugene Frederick (1926 – 2006)
Louis Clifford Mancill (1924 – 2002)

Siblings:
Yvonne Phyllis Linderman Levesque (1924 – 2010)
Yvarra Irene Linderman Jackson (1925 – 1985)
Jean Marie Linderman Mancill (1927 – 2012)
Patricia Mae Linderman Cooke (1929 – 2000)

 

Burial:
Oaklawn Cemetery
Somerville
Burleson County
Texas, USA 
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Mar 10, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86532980

 

 
Jean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill Added by: TEXAS TUDORS
 
Jean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill Added by: TEXAS TUDORS

Jean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill.

Jean Marie (Linderman)Frederick and Leroy Eugene Frederick. Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, TX.

Jean Marie Linderman Frederick and Leroy Eugene Frederick, Married 15 November 1947, Liberty, TexasJean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> MancillJean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill

Jean Marie Jeanie <i>Linderman</i> Mancill

Elizabeth A. “Lizzie/Eliza” Linderman James Loftus

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Elizabeth “Lizzie” (Linderman) Loftus at the Linderman homestead at 231 E. Mark St., Winona, Winona County, Minnesota, moved there in 1856 from Illinois.

Abraham & Mary (Hammell) Linderman from 1856-1884 & 1893 resided there.

Children: Mary Linderman, Eliza “Lizzie” (Linderman) (James) Loftus

Grandson: Edward “Edy” Francis Linderman resided there also in 1880, according to the U.S. Census for Winona, Minnesota. 

Birth: 1843

IllinoisUSA

Death: Sep. 20, 1909
Winona
Winona County
Minnesota, USA 

name: Eliza Lindemann
event: Census
event place: Winona, Township 107, Range 7, Winona, Minnesota
gender: Female

age:14

race: white
birthplace: Illinois
estimated birth year: 1843
family number: 27
line number: 25
film number: 944290
digital folder number: 004539672
image number: 00301
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Abraham Lindemann M 49 New York
Mary Lindemann F 42 New York
Eliza LindemannF 14 Illinois

First husband: Joseph James

Name: Joseph James
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
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Linderman Homeplace~Wise Acres~Crosby, Harris County, Texas

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My maternal grandparents, Harry William Linderman and Phyllis Eugenia (Palen) married on 27 February 1923 in Clayton County, Iowa.

They resided in Dubuque, Dubuque, County, Iowa in 1930.

In 1935 they resided in Ottawa, La Salle County, Illinois.

They resided in Indianapolis, Hamilton County, Indiana in 1940.

Harry & Phyllis had four daughters together: Yvonne Phyllis, Yvarra Irene (Billie), Jean Marie, and Patricia (Patsy) Mae Linderman.

In 1943 the family moved to Houston, Harris County, Texas. 

My grandfather loved watching owls. He was always making wise cracks. 

So, they named their home place “Wiseacres” in Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana.

They moved to Houston, Harris County, Texas in 1943. They also named their place there “Wiseacres” in Crosby, Harris County, Texas.

My mother was in the last year of high school and transferred from Indianapolis to Lamar High School.

Jean Linderman, Roy Nelson, Mike Jackson, 1945, Wiseacres (H.W. Harry & Phyllis Linderman's farm), Crosby, TX

Jean Linderman, Roy Nelson, Mike Jackson, and unknown friend, 1945, “Wiseacres” (“H.W.” Harry & Phyllis Linderman’s farm), Crosby, TX.

Finding Minnesota: Winona’s Cemetery Walk

77654_Mike Binkley WEB

Reporting Mike Binkley

WINONA, Minn. (WCCO) – When the earliest settlers arrived in what is now Winona, it was not only the beauty of the surrounding bluffs that drew them in. It was the potential they saw along the Mississippi River.

Many of the founders’ bodies may be buried along a bluff nearby, but the stories of what they started are still being kept alive.

For a few days this week, visitors to Woodlawn Cemetery will get to hear those stories from costumed actors at the various grave sites.

Retired steamboat captain Richard Karnath will be portraying his own father, Walt Karnath, who spent 55 years as a steamboat captain himself.

“The river’s in your blood and there’s nothing you can do about it,” Karnath said. “Without the steamboats, Winona wouldn’t be here.”

At another corner of the cemetery is the headstone of biology teacher Cal Fremling, who died in 2010. He was a river expert who made sure his students understood what they had.

A family friend, Steve Bachler, has volunteered to tell Fremling’s story.

“I used to take them out on pontoons and boats and go in the back waters, and we’d just spend all of our days just studying the river,” Bachler said, portraying Fremling

This is the 14th year for the annual Cemetery Walk, a fundraiser for the Winona County Historical Society.

According to event chair Kathy Turner, it’s scheduled to coincide with Woodlawn’s prettiest season.

“This place, when the leaves change, it’s absolutely glorious,” Turner said.

Sixth graders in every Winona school make it their annual fall field trip.

“The first year, the kids would come and say, ‘Is this going to be scary?’” Turner said. “And of course we said, ‘No, it’s going to be fun and it’s going to be educational.’”

Sometimes they’ll meet the city’s heroes. Other times, it’ll be the scoundrels. Ray Beyers was a hero who will be played by Pastor Sonny Misar.

“We needed to save our city. We needed to make sure we didn’t flood,” Misar said, portraying Beyers.

In the spring of 1965, melting snow and heavy rains sent the Mississippi River over its banks and threatened to overtake Winona’s storm sewers as it blew open manhole covers.

Beyers was a milk man who had been in the Navy. He volunteered to dive into the raging river with an inflatable bag to block an inlet and protect the sewer system.

“Winona was the city that saved itself because of how we acted during the flood of 1965, and it was national news,” Misar said.

It’s a reminder that behind every date of birth and death you see etched in granite was a real person with a real story, stories that Winona honors each fall.

“We’re surrounded by some great nature and some great people in this fantastic historic cemetery,” he said.

Tours for the general public will be on October 12 and 13 starting at noon. Click here for information about tickets and times.

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United States Travel: New York

NJ to the World

As much as it hurts my pride as a New Jerseyan, I will admit, I love this state. New York and New Jersey have always had somewhat of a love-hate relationship. Hate, in the sense that New Yorkers tend to look down on New Jersey, and the people of New Jersey return the feeling with resentment. But, at the same time, our states share a similar culture and a similar role in the nation’s Mid-Atlantic Region. In that sense, it’s a bit like a big brother, little brother relationship– the big New York media relentlessly mocks New Jersey, but (I’m hoping at least) its people feel the same sense of cultural kindred that the people of Jersey feel, too. We share similar ethnic diversity, we were settled by many of the same ethnic groups (Italians, Irish, Jews, etc), and we tend to share liberal political tendencies. One can say that…

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United States Travel: Pennsylvania

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Well, in every day conversation, I usually don’t have too many good things to say about PA. Maybe it’s because New Jersey needs somewhere to displace the negativity it receives from New York, so the hate flows westward. Or maybe Pennsylvanians just drive way too slow in our state, or just seem a little off in every day conversation (sometimes). I’m kidding, obviously (partially), Pennsylvania’s not all bad, even if I feel like I spend an eternity driving through it. I’ve repeatedly visited Pennsylvania over the years, and I’ve found it to be an enjoyable, if a little odd, state. PA’s got some great woodlands, the famous Gettysburg battlefield and Amish Country (both of which, I’ve been to, to some degree), both Hershey and Dorney Park (also visited in years past), and the Crayola Factory in Easton, PA (a great childhood memory), so it can’t be that bad. Right?

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United States Travel: Wisconsin

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My first step off of the East Coast and into the Midwest, the state of Wisconsin proved to be more unexpected– both in terms of scenery and culture– than I had anticipated. Sure, a lot of the common stereotypes held water. I was expecting Wisconsin to live up to its reputation as the land of cheese, football, and beer. And in this regard, I was surely not disappointed. But I found that Wisconsin– and the Midwest in general– have a slightly different way of life and culture than what I had experienced on the East Coast. First off, the accents. Now, I expected Minnesotans to have a strong accent, much like those found the movie Fargo (which, unfortunately, became similar in sound to “nails-on-a-chalkboard” for me upon extended exposure to that movie). What I did not expect was for this accent to carry over into neighboring Wisconsin– albeit, a much…

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Holiday road: Street scenes, NYC

Lovely pics! My Maternal Ancestors, the Lindermans, Hammells, Redners, and the McLeans were in New York.

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12 10 01 NYC Street scenes-1 I think this will be the last post that features photo’s I took recently in New York. Rather than show you the usual tourist haunts, I thought I’d take this opportunity to highlight some random shots taken around the streets of the Big Apple. You’ll see that I’ve experimented with my post-processing in a few of these images. Some have worked better than others too, no doubt… I don’t know, its late and really need to get to bed; you be the judge 🙂

Canon 7D | EFS 10-22 & EF 24-105L | Program: Aperture priority | Handheld | Post: Lightroom and Photoshop

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12 10 01 NYC Street scenes-6Above: Window and fire-escape. Cross processing and image border added in post.

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12 10 01 NYC Street scenes-8Above: On the ferry ride out to the Statue of Liberty I saw this weary sugar mill along the foreshore. I’ve added the light-leak and grain during post-processing.

12 10 01 NYC Street scenes-9Above: I really quite like this one…

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