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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