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2.1   [ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), JOHN M. ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANDREW ADDLEMAN, b ca 1752 (on Ship Phoenix?), son of John (Hans) M. Addleman, L ((Philadelphia?), ca 1779-83 (Saulsbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA) & ca 1789-90 (Franklin Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA)), O (Farmer), Military (Revolutionary War: Pvt., 7th Class, 2nd Co., 1st Batt., 1780-1783 Lancaster Co. Militia (Saulsbury Twp., Lancaster Co., PA)), d ca 1795, intestate (Franklin Twp., (later Warriors Mark) Huntingdon Co., PA), bur (poss Union/Methodist cem (later Burket); m unk (spouse d <1795) ca 1773, children:

1F   MARY, b abt 1760, L (1812, Huntingdon Co., PA; aft 1812 Centre Co., PA; 1818 Elk Twp., Clarion Co., PA), d (Elk Twp., Clarion Co., PA); m CALEB THOMPSON (of Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., 1800 Halfmoon Twp., Huntingdon Co., PA & 1818 Elk Twp., Clarion Co., PA; d bef 18 Aug 1831 (Elk Twp., Venango Co., PA)) [RESEARCH:] - needs validation

2M   JOHN MICHAEL, Jr., b 1773; L (Franklin & Warriors Mark Twps., Huntingdon Co., Penn m SARAH GANOE ]

3M   WILLIAM, b 1779, Guardian (Thomas Weston), lived (Warriors Mark Twp.)

4F   MARGARET, b (>1781 & <1795), Guardian (Robert McCartney & Thomas Weston), L 1812 (Warriors Mark)

5F   SARAH, b (>1781 & <1795), Guardians (McCartney & Weston), L 1812 (Warriors Mark)

6M   ANDREW, b (>1781 & <1795), Guardians (McCartney & Weston), L 1812 (Warriors Mark)

7F   RACHEL, b (>1781 & <1795) [youngest], Guardians (McCartney & Weston), L 1812 (Warriors Mark)

[Note: Andrew was the oldest son of the immigrant and the first to migrate from their Chester County home to Huntingdon County in central Pennsylvania. His unknown wife had already passed away when he died intestate in Franklin Township around 1795. His oldest son, John Michael Addleman (1773), filed the Letters of Administration on 24 March 1795. It is probable that Andrew was buried in what is now known as Burket Cemetery. The contribution of the data on the oldest child, Mary ca 1760, was from Ed Whitley.]


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