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, EXTRACT # 0053, RECORD #0000169.
His ancestors settled in Germantown Twp., Pennsylvania in 1740. 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, and the Hammell family were from England.
Abraham married Mary Hammell 26 November 1835 in Newfield, Orange County, New York.
Birth: 1768 Montgomery Orange County New York, USA
Death: 1848 Ballston Lake Saratoga County New York, USA
Son of Johann Jacob Linderman and Catherine (MacLean) Linderman.
First Spouse: Margaret Ridner/Redner/
Marriage: 28 March 1793 Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Shawangunk, Ulster, N.Y.
child 1: unknown /Linderman/ gender: Female birth 1811 (twin of Abraham) Cayuta Twp., Tioga, New York death 1811 child
2: Abraham /Linderman/ [my third great grandfather] gender: Male birth 1811 Cayuta Twp., Tioga, New York death 3 September 1891 Winona, Winona, Minnesota moved 1837 St. Charles, Kane, Illinois
child 3: Catherine /Linderman/ gender: Female birth 12 September 1799 Montgomery, Orange, New York death 29 January 1882 Courtland, De Kalb, Illinois
child 4:Nancy /Linderman/ gender: Female birth 9 July 1797 Montgomery, Orange, New York death 2 February 1878 St. Charles, Kane, Illinois
child 5: John Redner /Linderman/ gender: Male birth 15 January 1794, Orange, New York baptism 22 June 1794, Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Crawford Twp., Orange, N.Y. death September 1877, Oakland, Michigan burial Sashabaw Cemetery, Sashabaw Plains Twp., Oakland, Mi.
child 6: Jacob /Linderman/ gender: Male birth 12 December 1795 Montgomery Twp., Orange, New York,
baptism 1796 German Reformed Church of Montgomery, Orange, N.Y. death 12 April 1872, Gun Plains, Allegan, Michigan moved, Cattaraugus, New York
child 7: Nicholas /Linderman/ gender: Male birth 22 November 1803, Wallkill, Orange, New York death 3 February 1887, Ischua, Cattaraugus, New York burial Fitch Cemetery, Ischua, Cattaraugus, N.Y.
Submission date: 12 Oct 2012 submission id: MMCZ-6DY
Notes: Seen as a Ridner in marriage record, then as a Redner in record of son John’s birth.
Mary Ann Miller
married 19 march 1839 Kane County, Illinois
Sources: 1820 U.S. Census 1830 U.S. Census 1800 U.S. Census 1825 State Census 1810 U.S. Census
Also U.S./Can. Book, 1850 U.S. Census Orange County Genealogical Society, Hopewell Presbyterian Church Records (Goshen, N.Y.:), Compiled by; Mrs Jean D. Worden, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Shawangunk, Ulster, New York (Goshen, N.Y.: , cir.1940) Compiled by ; Helen F. Lewis, New York’s Finger Lakes Pioneer Families (Rhinebeck, New York : Kinship, c.1980’s) Source Citation “Pedigree Resource File,” database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/393B-LZ8 : accessed 28 October 2012), entry for Margaret /Redner/.
Over time the name was shortened to Ballston. Early settlers in this area feared attacks from Mohawks, who already inhabited the region and who resented the establishment of European buildings on their sacred grounds. One of Ballston’s historic sites is Indian Rock, a large boulder where Mohawk tribesmen reputedly took white captives (children, in some cases) to torture and kill them.
Ballston Lake, BALLSTON, NEW YORK: The region was first settled around 1763. In 1775, the area became a District in Albany County. In 1780, British forces attacked the northern part of the town and took captives back to Canada. The area was originally called “Ball’s Town” and “Ballton.” The town was formed in 1785 while still in Albany County. The original owners of the town were the McDonald brothers. Eliphalet Ball bought the area of land from them and called it Ball’s Town. Ball also paid the brothers 1 barrel of rum for the e, a narrow, 3.7-mile (6.0 km)-long lake with a maximum depth of 120 feet (37 m) in the south of the region, was called “Shanantaha” by natives. It was known to early white settlers as Long Lake. The lake was part of the Mohawk River during the glacial age and archaeological digs have unearthed artifacts indicating settlement around the lake as early as 3,500 BCE. For a long time the depth of Ballston Lake was not determined, due to the multiple caves that prevented divers from going to the bottom. There has been an artifact found that is dated 2000 B.C. It is also believed that a lake monster exists within one of the hundreds of caves. That is called by the natives Big Tim and has been spotted by multiple people. Wikipedia
Parents: Johann Jacob Linderman (1720 – 1792) Catherine MacLean Linderman (1728 – 1792)
Spouse: Margarette Redner Linderman (1764 – 1839)
Children: Jacob Linderman (1796 – 1872) Abraham Linderman (1811 – 1891) Burial: Unknown Created by: TEXAS TUDORS Record added: Oct 29, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 99856384
Land in south eastern Germany, and former Duchy, Electorate and Kingdom, and one of the longest lasting political units in European history, though its borders have changed.
The present Land of Bavaria (Bayern) stretches northwards from the Allgäuer, Bayerischer and Salzburger Alps to lands beyond the River Main. In the northwestern corner is the city of Aschaffenburg on the River Main; in the northeast are the upper waters of the Rivers Saale and Eger (Ohøe in Czech), which are tributaries of the Elbe and so flow to the North Sea; in the southeast are the Alps around Berchtesgaden; in the southwest Bavaria has some miles of shore on Lake Constance (Bodensee), the lake through which the Rhine flows.
The rains that fall on the greater part of the Land however flow not to the North but to the Black Sea. The Danube flows across…
This historical survey is meant to help the reader with eventual difficulties in understanding peculiarities in the texts offered in the decade 1782 to 1792. Most of the data were taken from W. Stein: Kulturfahrplan. Die wichtigsten Daten der Kulturgeschichte von Anbeginn bis 1795. F. A. Herbig Verlagsbuchhandlung, München-Berlin-Wien, 1976. The symbols * and \ mean birth respectively death.
This blog is dedicated the memory of my mother, Jean Marie (Linderman) Frederick Mancill. Today would have been her 85th. birthday. Her mother died when I was young and I don’t remember her much. She was Phylis Eugenia (Palen) Linderman. Mother was only 36 then in 1963 and she missed her dearly, and always honored her memory.
I love this picture of Norman Rockwell‘s Thanksgiving. It is one of my favorites. This pic represents how I feel about our Thanksgiving tradition. God has blessed me with a loving, forgiving close-knit Patriotic American family.
My Mother and Father had six wonderful children in twenty one years of marriage. We were raised at 1709 Cheston Drive, in Jacinto City, Texas from 1947-1968.
My Great Aunt Glady Serene Linderman Nelson would have been 106 years of age today. She always remembered our birthdays, even nieces and nephews, that she had never met. She never forgot to send a birthday card with a dime or quarter. She did not have much, but whatever she could send she would. It impressed on my little mind growing up, that someone all the way up in Dubuque, Iowa was thinking about me.
It made me feel special.
Besides the fact that we didn’t get much mail, and when a letter was just for me, it was exciting. Aunt Glady was a Proofreader for the Dubuque Telegraph Herald newspaper for years. She was the strong matriarch in the Nelson clan. She divorced and moved to the Linderman Home place at 705 West Third Street, Dubuque, Iowa with her widowed father. Glady cared for her father up until his…
Jean Marie (Linderman)Frederick Mancill, daughter of Phyllis “Phyl” (Palen) Linderman and Harry William Linderman. Granddaughter of Frank Joseph Palen and Emma Elsie (Claussen) Palen, also of Edward Francis Linderman and Gudrun Ivarra (Lund)Linderman of Dubuque, Iowa. First huband LeRoy 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(I still have today), she knitted, crocheted, needlepointed, and quilted. Second husband Louis “Honey Lou” Clifford Mancill. Married 5 December 1968, Houston, Texas…