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BIBLIOGRAPHY


(Collection | Book | Libraries | Queries)

(Bob Addleman's book after this section)

____. Battle at Powderham. Broadoak, England: C. J. Creed (Broadoak, Dorset). 1976.

____. Bicentennial Manchester 1765-1976. Manchester, MD: Unknown publisher. 1976.

____. Early Settlers of Nantucket. (unk. pub.).

____.   Cemeteries in Muscatine County, Vol. I, A-C.

____. Hoopes Commemorative Booklet, 305th Family Reunion. West Chester, PA. 27 Aug   1988.

____. History of Clearfield Co. (unk. pub.).

____. History of Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Unknown publisher. No date.

____. Necrology Scrapbook. Harrisburg, PA: Penn. State Library. Vol. 45.

____.   Pennsylvania Journal & Weekly Advertiser. Philadelphia newspaper. 23 November   1752.

____. Portrait & Biographical Album of Muscatine County, Iowa (1889 Edition). p. 229-36.

____. Randolph Co., IN History. (unk. pub.).

____. Western PA Gen. Soc. Quarterly. Pittsburgh, Penn. 1987.

Addleman, Robert P. The American Addlemans, German Immigrants to Pennsylvania Apollo,   Penn.: Closson Press (http://www.clossonpress.com). 1991.

Africa, J. Simpson. History of Huntingdon & Blair Counties, Penn. Philadelphia: Louis H.   Everts. 1883 (Reprinted Mt. Vernon, Indiana: Windmill Publications, Inc., 1990, Vol. I,   II (by Huntingdon County Historical Society with new index))

Barnes, Robert W. Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759.   Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. ca <1989.

Bates, Samuel P. History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, State   Printer. 1869.

Beers, J. H. Commemorative Biographical Record of Central Penn. Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co.   1898.

Berry, David A., & Ellen T. Early Ohio Settlers: Purchaser of Land in Southwestern Ohio,   1800-1840. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986.

Bicentennial Comm. History of Northeastern Wayne County, Indiana. Evansville, IN:   Unigraphic Inc. 1976.

Brossart, Marlin W. Muscatine Co., Iowa Birth Records 1880-1910.

Brossart, Marlin W. Muscatine Co., Iowa Death Records 1880-1910. 1982.

Brossart, Marlin W. Muscatine Co., Iowa Marriage Records 1837-1879. 1980.

Brown, R. C. History of Butler County. R. C. Brown & Co. 1895.

Butler Co. Hist. Soc. Butler County Cemetery Inventory, The Northern Townships. (no pub., no   date). Vol. 1.

Butler, Russell Harris. Genealogy of Uncapher & Unkefer Families. (No further data)

Clarke, S. J. History of Muscatine County Iowa. Chicago, S. J. Clarke Pub. Co. 1884.

Cope, Gilbert. Genealogy of the Smedley Family. Lancaster, PA: Wickersham Printing Co.   1901.

Cumberland Co. Hist. Soc., Cumberland County Virginia and its People. 1983 (Second   Supplement 1990).

D.A.R. DAR Patriot Index. Washington, D.C. 1966.

Davis, A. J., ed. History of Clarion Co.Penn. Rimersburg, PA: Record Press. 1968.

Davis, Arthur H. The Dakota Brach of the Sellers Family Tree. Lead, SD. 1985.

Eddleman, Riley R. The Eddleman - Fulbright Families. St. Louis: Privately Published.1981.   (1998 Reference - William Eddleman, Ph.D., nephew of deceased Riley Eddleman, at   weddlema@biology.semo.edu.)

Egle, William Henry. Note & Queries: Historical, Biographical & Genealogical. Reprinted   Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970., Vol. 9.

Ely, Arline. Our Founding Fathers. Washington: 1975.

Engle, William Henry. Pennsylvania; Genealogies Chiefly Scotch-Irish & German. Baltimore:   Genealogical Publishing Co. 1886.

Fields, Myra J. Three Centuries with the Rosenberger-Rosenberry Family. Waynesboro: Caslon   Press. 1983.

Ford, Don L. Abandoned & Semi-active Cemeteries of Kansas. Salem, MA. Vol. II., 1985.

Fox, Henry Clay. Memoirs of Wayne County and the City of Richomnd Indiana. Madison, WI:   Western Historical Assoc. 1912.

Grier, John N. C., & Andes, Martin L. (comp). Transcript of the Marriage Record & Baptismal   Record Book, Pastor of the Forks of the Brandywine Presbyterian Church 1814-1869   (copy at PA Historical Soc.); 1937. Internet copy provided by Harley1369@aol.com.

Fuller, Gerald R., et al. The Hoopes Family Record, Vol. I-III. 1979.

Gould. History of Free-Masonry Throughout The World. Scribners. 1931. Vol. 5.

Hart, Lyndon H., III, comp. A Guide to Bible Records in the Archives Branch, Virginia State   Library. Richmond, VA. 1986 (Entry 679: Compton - Moore Family (Addleman   surname mentioned)).

Hoenstine, Floyd G. Your Family Tree. Indiana, PA: 1982.

Iowa Gen. Soc. Surname Index. Vol. I, 1972; Vol. II, 1975; Vol. III, 1977.

Jones, U. J., (Hoenstine, Floyd G., comp.). History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley.   Harrisburg: The Telegraph Press. 1883.

Jordan, John. History of the Juniata Valley. 1919.

Leckey, Howard L. The Tenmile Country & Its Pioneer Families. Knightstown, IN: The   Bookmark. 1977.

Lemaster, Howard E. Gano Family U.S.A., 1970. Carlinville, Illinois. 1970.

Lemmon, Lawrence Clifton. John Lemmon & Wife Elizabeth Mickey.   Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc. 1983.

Linn. The History of Centre & Clinton Counties.

Loring, Edward P. Loring Genealogy. Farmington, Maine: Knowlton & McLeary Co. 1971.

McAfee. Robert. Pennsylvania Archives. Harrisburg: 1906

Nearhoof, Elizabeth. ECHOES from Warriors Mark, Penn., and Surrounding Areas. State   College, Penn: Commercial Printing, Inc. 1985.

Ohio Gen. Society. Ohio Records & Pioneer Families. Mansfield, OH. 1976.

Parker, Olive M. Genealogy & History of The Garmire-Dunmire & Hudson Families . . . also   Some Family Lines . . .Shockar - Addleman . . .. Wichita, KS: Privately Published.   1972.

Power, J. C., Ed. Directory & Soldiers' Register of   Wayne Co., IN. Richmond: W. H. Lanthurn & Co. 1865.

Ralston, Mrs. Raymond. My Armitage Family. Slippery Rock, Penn: Closson Press. 1986.

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Western Maryland. Baltimore: Regional Publishing Company.   1968.

Snyder, Betty Pond. Denman -- Frisinger and Allied Families. Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc.,   1987.

State of Penn. Pennsylvania Archives. Harrisburg: Harrisburg Publishing Co. 1906.

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Straw, Albert Y. Some Geneologies & Family Records. 1931

Swoope, Roland D., Jr. Twentieth-Century History of Clearfield Co., Penn., & Representative   Citizens.

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Wagner, W. F., comp. & ed. Revolutionary War Documentation (?). Washington D.C.

Weiser, Frederick S. Trinity Lutheran Church Records Lancaster 1730-1767. Unknown   publisher. ca 1989.

Welker, Betty (Ricketts). 200 Years in Clearfield Co. (unknown pub.).

Wertz, Mary Alice. Marriages of Loudoun County,Virginia 1757-1853. Baltimore:   Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1985.

Western Penn. Gen. Soc. The Military System of Penn. during the Revolutionary War.   Pittsburgh: Western Penn. Genealogical Society (Vol. 16:No. 2). 1989.

Wright, F. Edward. Inhabitants of Baltimore County, 1692-1763. Baltimore: No publisher. No   date.

Young, Andrew W. History of Wayne County, Indiana. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co.   1872.

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Yount, Beverly. Early Marriages of Wayne Co., IN 1822-1845.

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Zeitler, Vernon & Thelma. Upon the Shoulders of Giants. Lake Jackson, TX: Closson Press.   1986.



COLLECTIONS


1. June Niewoehner's -- William (1758) & Joseph (1765) Addleman Descendant Collection (private)
2. Andrew Nelson Addleman's -- Genealogy of The Addleman Family, 1976 (20 pages - gave to close family members)
3. Paul Addleman's -- Andrew (1752) Addleman Descendant Collection, Los Angeles, CA (private)
4. Lincoln L. Addleman's -- The Phoenix Passage (Addleman research, ca 1985) near Seattle, WA (private - sold 'rough draft')
5. Paul Vance's -- Addleman, Ganoe & Vance Descendant Collection, Mesa, AZ (private)
6. Robert P. Addleman -- The American Addlemans, Closson Press, 1991 & 2001 (sold out - see Libraries)

1. JUNE NIEWOEHNER ADDLEMAN COLLECTION

December 15, 2005 10:02:43 AM PST

From: Daughter of June Niewoehner

Bob:
 
I hope this e-mail finds you well.  I am the keeper of many papers (boxes and books) from Mother's research.  Ashamed to say, but none of the grandchildren have any interest in retaining this information going forward.  I have talked with the Lucas County Ohio library and they would like to review it for their various collections.  Before I do this, I wonder if you would be interested in having it.  It is too numerous for me to index, and I am talking sending boxes of papers, journals, and map books.  Please give this some thought and let me know.  It will be at least mid January if not February before I begin to do anything with it.
 
Thanks.
 
Courtney Niewoehner Donovan
(Bdono@aol.com)

[NOTE: June (Addleman) Niewoehner was a major family historian and genealogist who descended from William Addleman's (1758) line and lived a number of years in Wayne Co., IN. She was very generous with her (and her father's) collection and shared it with several other researchers.]

DONATE A COLLECTION
Near Early Addleman Locations

(Public Library or Genealogical Society?)

Pennsylvania
http://www.chestercohistorical.org/
http://www.pgs.org/
http://www.genpa.org/gspinfo.html
http://www.rootsweb.com/~pabcgs/
http://www.huntingdonhistory.org/

Ohio
http://www.ogs.org/

Indiana
http://www.acpl.lib.in.us/genealogy/
http://mrl.lib.in.us/

[Note: Some of the many locations to query for your Addleman Collection.
You may request your collection be named for your family historian or researcher.]

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ADDLEMAN

Family History Book


     Read about 500 years of Addleman genealogical history which spans 8 - 10 American descendant generations. See why our German ancestors rushed to immigrate to Pennsylvania. Discover why being a member of nobility and owning land was so important. Learning about history, geography and historical migrations can be fun when you're reading about your own ancestors. You may qualify to belong to the Daughters/Sons of the American Revolution or a Colonial Society. This privately published and limited publication book has been called, THE AMERICAN ADDLEMANS, German Immigrants to Pennsylvania (Apollo, Penn: Closson Press), September, 1991.

   The American Addlemans, an award-winning book, is much more than just another genealogical history book. In addition to basic family records, it also has artistic drawings, pictures and many quotes from obituaries and county histories. Many historic letters, an original Revolutionary War officer's commission certificate and many other interesting documents have also been reproduced. It is easy to read, well organized and has an excellent index.

   Our Addleman family history is in an 8 1/2 x 11 hard-cover book of over 525 pages. This book is easy to read and also has a preface, 4 major Addleman descendant sections, an appendix and an index. More than 45 allied families are specifically detailed in tables and many others are identified as spouses and in-laws. (This book is not a high volume commercially produced book, a name-and-address list, nor a book on how to do research.)

   The American Addlemans is about the Adelmann/Edelmann family, early 18th century German immigrants to Philadelphia, 1550-1991. The first chapter reveals a lot about the early German culture and society. Several copies of original documents in the book reveal more about these protestant immigrants: German Manumission application, Religious letter of introduction, Officer's commissioning papers and Civil War letters. Available family letters, obituaries and county history information were included with the 8 - 10 Addleman generations.

   Samples from the book's historical letters and documents present a clearer understanding of our ancestors:


REQUEST TO EMIGRATE:

   "To the Most Serene Prince, His Highness Carl, the ruling prince of Löwenstein Wertheim and Rochefort etc. etc. etc. of the Holy Roman Empire, my most gracious Prince and Lord, most humble memorials and pleas . . . for the favor of release of my son . . . [who wants to go to] . . . Pennsylvania and there to work and seek his fortune . . . ."


OCEAN VOYAGE:

   "This journey lasted from the beginning of May to the end of October, fully half a year, amid such hardships as no one is able to describe adequately with their misery. . . . The real misery [began] with the long ocean voyage. The passengers being packed densely like herrings . . . without proper food and water, were soon subject to all sorts of diseases, such as dysentery, scurvy, typhoid and smallpox."


REVOLUTIONARY WAR:

   "We marched in the said month of July, 1776, by the way of Lancaster to Philadelphia. Our company was then placed under the command of Colonel Watt. Immediately we were taken by water in a 'Row Galley,' as it was called, to Trenton. . . . The company to which I belonged then formed a part of the army on their retreat, under Gen'l Washington, which marched to Trenton and crossed the Delaware. [Later on,] I was taken to Philadelphia and placed in the Hospital, where my wounds were examined by the Surgeons."


CIVIL WAR:

   "I suppose you would like to know how times is here. Last Sunday we had a pretty hard fite at Pautuxian mountain. We chaste them off the mountain that nite and held the battle ground. The rebels came with a flag of truse monday morning to get thair wounded and ded. Yesterdady we had another hard fite with the rebs. We hald them on the same ground. I dont no yet how it will go. The loss is heavy on both sides. I think the war can't last long if evry fite goes like yesterday. . . . I got a hold through my blous sleve and one thro my cattridge box but that was as good as a mile for me."


GOING WEST:

   "Having decided to go West, he sold his farm and . . . took a flatboat at Millsboro, Washington Co., Penn., and traveled on the Monongahela River to Pittsburgh, where they boarded the steamer Manhattan and went down the Ohio River to Cairo, then up the Mississippi to St. Louis . . . [and then up] . . . the Missouri River."


CHEROKEE LAND RUSH:

   "We are campt about one hundred feet from the booth. The line formed last night so we waited till this morning when the line was up to our tent. . . . Thar will bee one of the greatest govermant horse raises that has ever been


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LIBRARIES

(Where the Addleman book can be seen


STATE

NAME
CITY
DATE

AZ

Mormon/Family History Center
Mesa
11/14/91




 

CA

German Gen. Soc. of America
Los Angeles
12/13/91

CA

Central Public Library
Los Angeles
11/18/91

CA

Mormon Temple/Family History Center
Los Angeles
11/25/91

CA

Riverside Public Library
Riverside
01/05/92

CA

So. Calif. Gen. Society
Burbank
11/19/91

CA

Huntington Beach Public Library
Huntington Beach
02/15/92

CA

Sons of the Revolution Library
Glendale
08/01/01

DC

DAR Nat'l
Wash. DC
01/26/92

DC

Library of Congress (possibly lost or misplaced)
Wash. DC
11/01/91




 

IN

Morrison-Reeves Library
Richmond
03/25/93

IN

Allen Co. Pub. Library
Ft. Wayne
11/15/19




 

KS

Wichita Public Library
Wichita
01/27/92

KS

Woodson Co. Public Library
Yates Center
04/29/92

KS

Iola Public Library
Iola
07/18/92




 

MO

KC Public Library/Heart of America Genealogical Society
Kansas City
11/18/91




 

NJ

State Library
Trenton
07/06/95




 

NY

New York Public Library
New York City
10/25/90




 

OH

Harrison Co. Pub. Lib.
Cadiz
01/27/92

OH

Ohio Historical Society
Columbus
01/27/92




 

PA

Blair Co. Gen. Society
Altoona
01/20/92

PA

Butler Co. Hist. Society
Butler
04/28/92

PA

Butler Public Library
Butler
12/09/91

PA

Centre Co. Historical Society
Bellefonte
01/16/92

PA

Chester Co. Historical Society
West Chester
11/19/91

PA

Clearfield Public Library
Dubois
01/20/92

PA

Cornerstone Gen. Society
Waynesburg
01/20/92

PA

Franklin Public Library
Franklin
04/28/92

PA

Greene Co. Historical Society
Waynesburg
01/20/92

PA

Huntingdon Historical Society
Huntingdon
01/05/92

PA

Kittochtinny Historical Society
Franklin Co.
02/15/92

PA

PA

Penn. Gen. Society

Penn. State Library
Philadelphia

Harrisburg

11/19/91

1991

PA

Carnegie Library
Pittsburgh
12/09/91

PA

Venango Co. Historical Society
Franklin
04/28/92

PA

Oil City Public Library
Oil City
04/28/92

PA

Western PA Gen. Society
Pittsburgh
02/05/92

PA

Clearfield Co. Historical Society
Clearfield
08/01/01

UT

Everton Publishers
Logan
01/05/92

UT

Mormon Temple/Family History Center
Salt Lake City
11/15/91




 

VA

Loudoun Co. Public Library
Leesburg
12/13/91

VA

Nat'l Gen. Society
Alexandria
01/26/92

VA

State Library
Richmond
02/15/92

VA

Cumberland Co. Public Library

02/15/92




 

WA

Seattle Public Library
Seattle
01/05/93




 

WI

Wisconsin Historical Gen. Library
Madison
< 04/09/01



TOTAL: 46 Books in libraries

 


ADDLEMAN QUERIES


From: billn@olympus.net
Subject: Addleman Web Site
Date: June 1, 2008 1:16:42 PM PDT
To: bobaddleman@sbcglobal.net

Hello,

My late wife, Mary Joan Addleman, received from you (in Sept 1999) a 27-page printout of John M Addleman. I recently became interested in Genealogy and am documenting for the sake of my children and grandchildren what I can remember and find about their ancestry. Just now I stumbled upon your site, which I have just started to study.
Are you interested in corresponding?

The best,
Bill


From: ji52ds53@sbcglobal.net
Subject: RE; Addleman geneology
Date: May 20, 2008 9:55:26 AM PDT
To: bobaddleman@sbcglobal.net

Dear Bob;

I would like to make some clarifications:

My father, Harry Abraham Addleman, died in Washington state (I believe he lived in Snohomish County)November of 1975. To the very best of my knowlede he never had a son Benjamin. Monte is the youngest of our line. He did have one other child born before Ronald who died of pneumonia as a child. My deceased sister Mary Ann died at the age of 6 mo. not 3 yrs. She was bornm in Sept. and died in April. My living sister Mary Ann was married to Charles Hargitt in about 1962 or 63. They had two children, Sean Lee(?)Hargitt and Anthony Charles Hargitt. She and Charles were divorced. She then married Clarence Brashler, divorced, married David Fedji lived in Mount Lake Terrace, WA. no children. Husband died about 5 yrs. ago. Mary still living in Mt. Lake Terrace, WA.

Judy Lynne Elizabeth (myself)note correct spelling: married Gordon Lee Lease Sept. 1, 1967 Salt Lake City, Utah - 1 son Harold Gordon born Dec. 18,1967. Divorced July 1968, married William P. Jordan Oct. 1969 Kent, WA- 1 daughter Dixie Mary Elizabeth born April 26, 1970, divorced 1973, Married Bert Duane Ivie Sept 25, 1975 in Winnamucca, NV -one son, Benjamin David born April 9, 1977 divorced Aug. 1978, married Leonard David Stough April 7, 2007 Riverside County, CA . . . .
Thank you,
Judy Ivie-Stough


jennkup@rochester.rr.com

June 20, 2008

Hi, My name is Jernnifer and I happened upon the Addleman website while researching my Great-Great-Grandmother, IDA MAY McDIVITT.

It appears that she is he dauhter of William McDivitt, granddaughter of Mary Addleman, Gr. granddaughter of William Addleman (3).

I was just wondering what documents support this linkage, if you knew. . . . .

Thank you for your help,

Jenn Kupferschmid


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