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.
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.
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.
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.
Johann Justus Linderman (1690 – 1769)
Anna Elisabethae Imbsweiler Linderman (1700 – 1782)
Catherine Mc Lean Linderman (1724 – 1792)
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)
Johan Heinrich Linderman (1722 – 1800)
I don’t think that there is a headstone.
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Record added: Nov 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101180416
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.