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BUTLER CO., PA

The Addleman Family Farm House [Eau Claire, Butler Co.] Pennsylvania
(It was later taken over by the Grahams.)

"This is how the home looked when mother died.
This is the Graham family. Now the trees are gone and it looks like distress!"

In 1990, all that remained were the old foundation stones in a pasteur.

2.122 [ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANDREW ADDLEMAN, b 3 Aug 1800 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA) 2nd child of John M. and Sarah (Ganoe) Addleman, O (Farmer), L (<1843 (Warriors Mark) & >1843 Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA)), Military (1st Lt., 5th Co., 32nd Reg't., 10th Div., Penna Militia (Mifflin, Centre, Huntingdon & Clearfield Co's), 19 Apr 1823; promoted to Capt., 3 Aug 1835), d 19 Jan 1871 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur old M.E. Cem; m MARGARET HENRY (dau of ALEXANDER HENRY (Alexandria, Huntingdon Co., PA) -- "Henry, Alexander -- late of Warriors Mark Twp. - deceased 7 May 1823 -- Letters of Administration granted to SARAH HENRY and JOHN HENRY on the estate of Alex. Henry."), d 16 Aug 1894 (Eau Claire), bur old M.E. Cem) on 26 Jan 1826 by George Davis, Esq. Children:

1M   JOHN HENRY, b 17 Jan 1827 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), d 5 Sep 1827 (Warriors Mark), bur probably Burket Cem.

2F   ANGELINE A., b 28 May 1828 (Warriors Mark), L (Huntingdon & Clarion Co.), d 1920 (Rimersberg, Clarion Co., PA); m1 JAMES FEELEY ca 1848, m2 HOOVER, m3 KELLY

3F   LUCINDA, b 18 Dec 1829 (Warriors Mark), d 18 Jan 1916 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem; m SAMUEL J. ROSENBERRY (1825-1862) 14 Sep 1848 (probably Butler Co.), Military (Civil War: Pvt.) [RESEARCH: topolyp@erols.com]

4M   REUBEN MILES, b 15 May 1832 (Warriors Mark), d 13 Oct 1905 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem; m NANCY JANE ATWELL 1860 [RESEARCH: blms3@msn.com]

5F   SARAH ANN, b 5 Mar 1834 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), d 17 Feb 1856 (Eau Claire, Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), buried Farmington M.E. (old Eau Claire) church cemetery; m THOMAS SLOAN (b 28 Sep 1829 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 29 Jun 1902 Cherry Valley, Butler Co., PA, buried East Unity Church Cem) [RESEARCH: Lyle Edward Sloan, dec'd]1

6M   JAMES ADDISON, b 27 Jan 1836 (Warriors Mark), d 9 Oct 1879; m ELIZABETH MARY [RESEARCH: topolyp@erols.com]

7M   JOHN WESLEY, b 28 Feb 1838 (Warriors Mark), Military (Civil War: Co. K, 42nd & Co. K, 190th Penna. Inf.), d 27 Oct 1861 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur 'old' M.E. Church cem; m GANOE. His pension was filed for on 22 Nov 1867.

8F   MARGARET, b 13 Mar 1840, L (Piqua, Allen Co., KS); m GEORGE HAMILTON SLOAN 26 Apr 1860 (Scrubgrass Twp, Venango Co., PA) [RESEARCH: hefley@gowebway.com & leagle@thepoint.net]

9M   BENJAMIN PATTON, b 4 Apr 1842 (Warriors Mark), L 1870 (Pence, Scott Co., KS), Military (Civil War: Corp), d 1910, bur Pence Comm. Cem (Wichita Co., KS); m SALEMNA

10M   LINDLEY HOOPS, b 19 Mar 1844 (Venango Twp, Butler Co., PA), Military (Civil War: Corp.), d 26 Jan 1864 (Venango Twp., Butler Co.), bur (probably Eau Claire Cem)

11M   ROBERT HENRY, b 27 May 1846 (Venango Twp), L 1887 (Neosho Falls, Allen Co., KS), d 17 Dec 1904 (Neosho Falls, Allen Co., KS), bur Iola Twp., Cem; m BARBARA HOFFMAN (1844- 1925 (Iola Twp., Allen Co., KS)) 29 Aug 1869

12F   ELIZA JANE, b 8 Apr 1848 (Venango Twp), L (Eau Claire, Butler Co), d 22 Feb 1912 (Pittsburg), bur M.E. Church Cem (Eau Claire); m TOM DUNN

13M   ANDREW PORTER, b 30 Apr 1850 (Venango Twp), L 1893 (KS), d 11 Jan 1911 (Edwards Twp, Wichita Co., KS), bur Pence Comm. Cem (Wichita Co., KS); m LOUISA JOSEPHINE ADAMS (1867-1955 (Riverside, CA)) 16 Jun 1892 [RESEARCH: Bobaddleman@sbcglobal.net]

ADDLEMAN COUSINS

(L-R) Olive Graham, May Kaster, Andy Addleman, Emma Kohlmeyer,
Cora Sheasley, Dell Herdman, Newton Rosenberry & Sara Bovard.

1. Old Addleman-Sloan research by Lyle Edward Sloan ca 1991. Both Junior & senior Lyle Edward Sloan's have passed by today, November 7, 2013.



Angeline Addleman Feeley ANGELINE


2.1222 [ANGELINE A-5 (1828), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANGELINE A. ADDLEMAN, b 28 May 1828 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), L (Huntingdon, Butler & Clarion Co.), 1846 (Rimersburg, PA), d 25 Oct 1917, 89 yrs (Rimersberg, Clarion Co., PA), bur old Seceder Cem (Rimersburg, PA) ; m1 JAMES FEELEY (b ca 1823 (Canada), O (Merchant), owned Rimersburg foundry property until 1864) ca 1848, 52y-3m-1d, bur old Seceder Cem (Rimersburg, PA); m2 HOOVER, ca 1884; m3 KELLY. Angeline A. Hoover was in the mercantile business and wrote an affidavit on 18 Jun 1884 (Rimersburgh, Clarrion Co., PA) supporting her mother's claim to Lindley's Civil War pension. Children:
[RESEARCH: Shrinqrapt@web-ster.com ]

"Feely, A.A., Mrs. - November 1, 1917. Mrs. A.A. Feely, widow of the late James Feely, aged 89 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S.H. Kaster, in Rimersburg, Pa., Thursday, October 25, 1917. She was born in Warriors Mark, Pa., and came to Rimersburg in 1846 where she and her husband, it is told, opened the first business place in the town, a general store. She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Besides her daughter, she leaves a son, John W. Feely, of Sistersville, W. Va., 18 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren." [Angeline's obituary from the Clarion Democrat (1916-1917)]

1M   JOHN H. (?)/W.., b ca 1848 (PA), L 1917 (Sistersville, WV)

2F   MARY A., b ca 1850 (PA)

3M   ALBERT A., b ca 1852 (PA), L (Rimersburg, Clarion Co., PA)

4M   MILES, b ca 1854 (PA), L (Rimersburg)

5M   WILLIAM ANDREW, b ca 1859 (PA) [RESEARCH: shrinqrapt@web-ster.com]

6M   RALPH R., b >1860, d 28 Dec 1919 (Pittsburgh, PA) (suicide in his 20's), bur Old Seceder Cem (Rimersburg, Clarion Co., PA)

7F   GERTRUDE DOLORES, b >1860, d (of diphtheria at age 10-12)

1. Email (shrinqrapt@web-ster.com), 3 Oct 2004. "Yes, my husband is a descendent of Angeline and James Feely. Their son William Andrew Feely (DOB 1859)married Bella Reigle and had one son, Francis (Frank) Ferdinand Feely (DOB 1879). Tragically Bella died August 29, 1887 having set fire to her cell awaiting transfer to a mental institution. William died soon thereafter of paralysis (DOD 11/5/1888). Frank was only 8 and 9 years old when these events happened... I suspect that he went to live with Angeline, but am awaiting guardianship and/or will/probate records to try and confirm that. Frank Feely moved to Philadelphia at some point and married Annie Frances Tees(e), probably around 1908. They had two children, Gertrude (Dolores) and Ralph R.

You will notice that these are the names of Angeline and James Feely's two youngest children, both of whom died young. Again tragically Ralph was killed at age 5 by a car. Dolores was my husband's mother. She was always very cautious about talking about her family, and would never provide many details. What we know is the result of research. When Dolores, her husband, and two boys moved to Florida in 1970 she left all of the family photos and mementos in the house. All of that is to say that we have no photos, no oral family history, no known relatives ---- until now, that is.. . . .

Angeline and James' son Ralph did die of a gunshot wound to the head, 12/28/1919, but that occured in Pittsburgh, PA. He is buried at the Old Seceder Cemetery in Rimersburg. That is also where James and Angeline are buried, along with William and Belle (though I have conflicting records and she may have beein buried under her maiden name of Reigle). I also have a cenetery record from showing that James was 52 years, 3 months and 1 day old when he died, but I don't have an original source showing the year. He died of "nervous prostration". Angeline died of cerebral hemorrhage. There are a bunch of other Feely's and Feeley's listed in the Rimersburg cemetery records, but I'm not sure how everybody is related."

"I realized something about Ralph Feely the other day... the Ralph that killed himself at age 20 can't have been Angeline's son because the dates don't match up. He must have been a grandson. I've requested his death certificate, so I should be able to find out who's kid he actually was."


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2.12222 [MARY A. FEELEY-6 (1850), ANGELINE A-5 (1828), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARY A. FEELEY, b ca 1850 (PA), "a dau of James and Angeline Feely;" m S. H. KASTER 2 Nov 1869, Children:

1F   BELLA A.

2F   NORA A.

3F   ZILLA A.

4M   EDWIN M. C., b 4 Jul 1876

5M   SAMUEL M.


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2.122224 [EDWIN M.C-7 (1876), MARY A. FEELEY-6 (1850), ANGELINE A-5 (1828), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] EDWIN M. C. FEELEY, b 4 Jul 1876 (Clarion Co., PA), Children:

1F   ESTELLA C.

2M   AMOS M.; m EMILY RIGLS

3M   S. H., O (Moulder)

4M   PHILIP M., O (Moulder)

5M   AMOS M., O (Moulder)

6M   ADAM T., L (Pittsburgh, PA and CA "had a roving disposition"); m Miss BEELER

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2.12225 [WILLIAM A. FEELEY-6 (1850), ANGELINE A-5 (1828), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] WILLIAM ANDREW FEELY, b ca 1859 (PA), L (Rimersburg), d 5 Nov 1888, bur old Seceder Cem (Rimersburg, PA); m (ISA) BELLE REIGLE (d 29 Aug 1887, bur old Seceder Cem (Rimersburg, PA)), children: [RESEARCH: shrinqrapt@web-ster.com]

1M FRANCIS ("Frank") FERDINAND, b 1879

"Their son William Andrew Feely (DOB 1859) married Bella Reigle and had one son, Francis (Frank) Ferdinand Feely (DOB 1879). Tragically Bella died August 29, 1887 having set fire to her cell awaiting transfer to a mental institution. William died soon thereafter of paralysis (DOD 11/5/1888). Frank was only 8 and 9 years old when these events happened..."


2.122251 [FRANCIS F-6, WILLIAM A. FEELY-6 (1850), ANGELINE A-5 (1828), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] FRANCIS ("Frank") FERDINAND FEELY, b 1879, poss L (Philadelphia, PA); m ANNIE FRANCES TEES (e), prob ca 1908, children: [RESEARCH: shrinqrapt@web-ster.com]

1F GERTRUDE (DOLORES), L 1970 (FL); m unk [RESEARCH: shrinqrapt@web-ster.com]

2M RALPH R., b c 1917, d ca 1922 "about age 5, struck by car"

" . . . . Frank was only 8 and 9 years old when these events happened... I suspect that he went to live with Angeline, but am awaiting guardianship and/or will/probate records to try and confirm that. Frank Feely moved to Philadelphia at some point and married Annie Frances Tees(e), probably around 1908. They had two children, Gertrude (Dolores) and Ralph R. You will notice that these are the names of Angeline and James Feely's two youngest children, both of whom died young. Again tragically Ralph was killed at age 5 by a car. Dolores was my husband's mother. She was always very cautious about talking about her family, and would never provide many details. What we know is the result of research. When Dolores, her husband, and two boys moved to Florida in 1970 she left all of the family photos and momentos in the house. All of that is to say that we have no photos, no oral family history, no known relatives ---- until now, that is"

"Angeline's son William had a son named Frank who had a son named Ralph --- it was that child that was run over by a car, at about age 5. "

"Also the records I requested regarding guardianship for Francis Ferdinand Feely after his parents (William and Belle) died did not come through. The county sent me a completely different guardianship record, different dates and everything, though a Feely is mentioned in the record. So I don't know if they pulled the wrong one or if that was the only one they had. I do know that sometimes if family members were able to take kids it didn't necessarily go through Orphans Court (unless there was a dispute about inheritance). All of that to say that I still don't know who raised FF Feely, but I still suspect it might have been Angeline."


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LUCINDA


2.1223 [LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LUCINDA ADDLEMAN, b 18 Dec 1829 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), d 18 Jan 1916 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur (new) Eau Claire Cem; m SAMUEL JACK ROSENBERRY (b 22 Mar 1825, Military Civil War: Pvt), d 29 May 1862, bur Washington National Cem (Washington, D.C.)) 14 Sep 1848 (probably Butler Co.). [A deed was written on 31 May 1851 to 'MILES ADDLEMAN by SAMUEL J. ROSENBERY & LUCINDA ROSENBERY" for a lot in the town of Farmington, Venango Twp., and witnessed by BOVARD. Lucinda (Addleman) Rosenberry gave an affidavit on 8 Nov 1884 (Piqua, Woodson Co., KS) supporting her mother's claim for her deceased brother's Civil War pension (see Andrew Addleman (1800)).]

   "EAU CLAIRE -- The funeral of Mrs. LUCINDA [ADDLEMAN] ROSENBERRY was held in the Methodist Episcopal church Thursday afternoon. Relatives from out of town, who attended were: Mrs. Erdie White and son, Dean of Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calvert of Venango county; S. L. and Reed Rosenberry of Butler, and Ed Bovard of Pittsburgh."

   "Samuel Jack [Rosenberry] volunteered for service in the Union Army at West Sunbury, Pennsylvania on 24 February, 1862 at age 36. His enlistment papers describe him as 5 feet 11 inches tall with blue eyes and auburn hair. He was 'mustered in' at Butler, Pennsylvania and, after marching to Pittsburgh, was transported to Washington City for training. While serving as part of the guarding force for the capital near Alexandria, Virginia he contracted typhoid fever. In May, 1862 he was taken to Mount Pleasant Hospital in Washington where he died. The date of his death is variously recorded as 29 May to 3 "June, 1862. He was buried on 5 June, 1862 in the hospital grounds. This area is now part of the National Soldiers and Sailors Cemetery. His death was not 'officially recorded' in Army records until 18 February, 1879. Although speculative, this date may have been the result of a pension claim by his wife or children. The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) post in Eau Claire, Pennsylvania was named after Samuel Jack."

Children:

1M   WILLIAM ALEXANDER, b 15 Oct 1850 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA)

2M   ALBERT ANDREW, b 8 Mar 1853 (Eau Claire), L 1893 (temp. Arkansas City, KS) (1912 (Leoti, KS) served as Admin. for A. P. Addleman (1850) estate) 6 Dec 1915 (Venango Twp), bur Eau Claire Cem

3M   MARGARET LORETTA, b 8 Mar 1855 (Eau Claire), d 30 May 1855 (Eau Claire, bur old M.E. Church Cem (Eau Claire)

4M   NEWTON HARVEY, b 16 Jul 1856 (Eau Claire), L 1911 (temp. Scott City, KS), d Feb 1937 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem

5F   SARAH EMALINE, b 10 Oct 1858 (Eau Claire)

6F   AMANDA CLARISSA, 3 May 1860 (Eau Claire), d 7 May 1888 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem



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2.12231 [WILLIAM A. ROSENBERRY-6 (1850), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] WILLIAM ALEXANDER ROSENBERRY, b 15 Oct 1850 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), d 5 Aug 1922 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA); m NANCY E. SLOAN (?) ca 1875 (Butler, PA), both bur Eau Claire Cem, Children:

1F   EIDIE, b Sep 1875 (Butler Co., PA); m WHITE

2M   SAMUEL REN (LEMON), b Mar 1879 (Butler Co., PA); m ANNIE E. ca 1903

3M   Inf son, b 18 Jan 1886 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), d Jan 1886 (Eau Claire) "of W.A. & N.E."

4F   Inf dau, b 18 Jan 1886 (Eau Claire), d Jan 1886 (Eau Claire), bur old M.E. Methodist Church Cem (Eau Claire)

5M   WILLIAM REED, b Feb 1889 (PA), d 1968; m ANNE E.


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2.12235 [SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] SARAH "Sade" EMMALINE ROSENBERRY, b 10 Oct 1858 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 27 May 1940 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem; m SAMUEL FINLEY BOVARD, (b 15 Jan 1855 (Venango Twp., PA), son of Robert and Margaret (EAKIN) Bovard, d 8 Oct 1932 (Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA), bur Mountain View Cem)) 2 Nov 1876 (Eau Claire). [In February, 1864, mail used to be addressed to 'Bovard's Store' -- now Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA] Children:

1F   NORA A., b 22 Oct 1877 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), d 27 Dec 1879 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem

2F   LAVERNA MAE, b 26 Apr 1879 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA)

3F   ETHEL LUCINDA, b 11 Jan 1881 (Pittsburgh); m L. C. GORDON 7 Sep 1904

4M   HARRY JAMES, b 2 Feb 1883 (Eau Claire)

5M   EDWIN FINLEY, b 17 Apr 1885 (Pittsburgh), L (Tacomoa, WA), d 11 Apr 1965 (PA); m NATALIE


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2.122352 [LAVERNE M. BOVARD-7 (1879), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LAVERNE MAE BOVARD, b 26 Apr 1879 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA), L (PA & WA), d 27 Feb 1953 (Fox Island, Pierce Co., WA); m ROBERT GEORGE NEILSON (b 25 Feb 1877 (Pittsburgh, PA), son of Robert & Jessie (McLAUREN) Neilson, d 5 Sep 1936 (Tacoma, Pierce Co.,WA) 11 May 1898 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA).

   "Dad cannot recall why the Neilson's moved to Tacoma from Pittsburgh. Robert George Neilson was in poor health as far back as dad can remember and he believes it was from working in the Pittsburgh steel mills. He was employed by the postal service and managed a transfer to Tacoma. He believes his Uncle Edward Bovard followed later."

Children:

1M   ROBERT SAMUEL, b 8 Apr 1899, (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA); m ALICE EMMS

2M   EUGENE McLAUREN, b 23 Apr 1901 (Pittsburgh)

3M   HARRY FULTON, 30 Oct 1903 (Pittsburgh); m BERNETTA (?)

4F   ETHEL MAE, b 15 Aug 1908 (Pittsburgh); m FRED A. GARDNER

5M   KENNETH EDWARD, b 24 Jul 1914 (Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA)


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2.1223525 [KENNETH E. NEILSON-8 (1914), LAVERNE M. BOVARD-7 (1879), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] KENNETH EDWARD NEILSON, b 24 Jul 1914 (Tacoma, Pierce co., WA); m RUTH HELEN JOHNSON (b 14 apr 1917 (Tacoma, WA), dau of George & Georgina (HALLERUD) Johnson, 23 Mar 1940 (Tacoma, WA), Children:

1M   KENNETH EDWARD, Jr., b 2 Apr 1947 (Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA), L (Everett, WA); m PAMELA ANN GROSSMANN (b 11 Nov 1949 (Mt. Vernon, WA), dau of Norman Bernard & Mary Frances (BRANHAM) Grossmann) 5 Sep 1969 (Everett, WA), children: (Shannon E., (1970, Las Vegas, NV), Brian K. (1971, Las Vegas, NV)

2F   MARGARET ANN, b 1 Oct 1949 (Tacoma); m CHESTER RUSNAK 19 Dec 1968


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2.122353 [ETHEL L. BOVARD-7 (1881), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ETHEL LUCINDA BOVARD, b 11 Jan 1881 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), d 20 Jan 1931 (Gary, IN), bur Ridge Lawn Cem; m LOUIS CLARK GORDON (b 8 May 1878 (Moon Twp., Allegheny Co., PA), son of Gilbert G. and Julia A. Gordon, d 22 Sep 1941 (Gary, Lake Co., IN), 7 Sep 1904, Children:

1F   SARAH LOUISE, b 22 Apr 1906 (Allegheny Co., PA)

2M   LOUIS CLARK, b 17 Jul 1909 (Allegheny Co., PA), d 16 Aug 1944 (Gary, Lake Co., IN), never married

3F   ALICE JULIA, b 9 Sep 1912 (McKees Rocks, Allegheny Co., PA)

4M   GILBERT GRIFFITH, b 9 Sep 1912 (McKees Rocks, Allegheny Co., PA)


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2.1223531 [SARAH L. GORDON-8 (1906), ETHEL L. BOVARD-7 (1881), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] SARAH LOUISE GORDON, b 22 Apr 1906 (Allegheny Co., PA), d Jan 1983 (Crafton, Allegheny Co., PA); m ROBERT W. WRIGHT, Jr. (b 3 May 1906, son of Robert W. and Mary (WALLER) Wright, d 3 Jul 1990 (Crafton, Allegheny Co., PA), Children:

1M   ROBERT WILLIAM, III, b 14 May 1929 (Crafton, Allegheny Co, PA), O (Metalurgist); m GERILYNN STURDIVANT (b 2 Sep 1944 (San Francisco, CA), children (Lynne (1956), Lori (1959), Robert W., IV (1972), David (1974), Deborah (1979))

2F   AUDREY LOUISE, b 2 Dec 1930 (Crafton), L (PA & NY); m RICHARD POLEN (b 28 Nov 1930 (Ingraham, Allegheny Co., PA), son of Earl Francis and Frances (HUGHEY) Polen, O Eastman Kodak) 17 Jul 1954 (Allegheny Co., PA), children (Susan L (1956), David Scott (1958), James Richard (1960)

3F   NANCY ANN, b 24 Jul 1932 (Crafton), L (PA & FL); m DON AUBEL (b 4 Feb 1930 (Greenville, PA), son of Warren & Lucille (STAFFORD) Aubel, O (Bell Tel.) 9 Jun 1956 (Allegheny Co., PA), children (Paul (1958), Carol (1960), Craig (1964))


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2.1223532 [ALICE J. GORDON-8 (1912), ETHEL L. BOVARD-7 (1881), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ALICE JULIA GORDON b 9 Sep 1912 (McKees Rocks, Allegheny Co., PA), dau of Louis Clark and Ethel Lucinda (BOVARD) Gordon; m GLENN PEREGRINE. CARSON (b 1 Mar 1914 (E. Washington, Washington Co., PA), son of Glenn P. & Margaret Jane (WALKER) Carson, O (U.S. Steel) 25 Nov 1936 (Gary, Lake Co., IN), Children:

1F   MARILYN JEAN, b 28 Sep 1937 (Gary, Lake Co., IN), L (PA, NY, CA, KY, NJ); m WILLIAM MASON BUMPAS (b 24 Aug 1937 (Detroit, MI), son of O. L. and Emma Jane (MASON) Bumpas, Military (U.S. Army), O (IBM) 4 Jul 1965 (Pleasant Hills, Allegheny Co., PA), children (Elizabeth Ann (1967), Janet Joan (1969))

2F   JOANNE LOUISE, b 9 Feb 1941 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA), L (Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Murrysville, PA); m RICHARD ARTHUR JOHNSON (b 20 Dec 1939 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA), son of F. Bice & Ruth (LUNDBERG) Johnson, O (Elec. Eng.) 3 Feb 1962 (Pleasant Hills), children (Victoria Ruth (1963), Karen Kirsten (1964), Daniel Carson (1968))

3F   JANE ETHEL, b 2 Sep 1943 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA), L (PA, IN & Ft. Washington, MD), O (teacher, secretary); m PETER JOHN TOPOLY (b 19 Nov 1943 (Youngstown, Mahoning Co., OH), son of Stephen Martin and Paula K. (STASHINKO) Topoly, O (Computers) 25 Jun 1966 (Pleasant Hills, PA), children (Elizabeth Lynne (b 14 Dec 1966 (Washington, D.C.), d 24 Feb 1967 (Oxon Hill, Pr. George's Co., MD), bur (Alexandria, VA) [RESEARCH: topolyp@erols.com]


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2.1223534 [GILBERT G. GORDON-8 (1906), ETHEL L. BOVARD-7 (1881), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GILBERT GRIFFITH GORDON, b 9 Sep 1912 (McKees Rocks, Allegheny Co., PA), L (PA, IN, FL), d 5 Jul 1990 (Bradenton, Mantee Co., FL), bur Mansions Memorial Park; m LEONA HAYNES 4 Sep 1937 (Gary, Lake Co., IN), Children:

1M   KENNETH; m KAREN

2F   PHYLLIS

3F   NORMA; m ROBERT LINSE


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2.122354 [HARRY J. BOVARD-7 (1883), SARAH E. ROSENBERRY-6 (1858), LUCINDA-5 (1829), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] HARRY JAMES BOVARD, b 2 Feb 1883 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), d ca 1956; m1 HILDA L. RIECK (b 3 Feb 1880, d 19 Dec 1946) 4 APR 1906; m2 MARY OLIVE DONNELLY (b 2 May 1898) 15 Aug 193?, Children:

1M   HARRY JAMES, Jr. b 3 Aug 1908; m1, m2, m3

2M   ROBERT RIECK, b 26 May 1912, d 17 Oct 1913

3F   RUTH VIRGINIA, b 11 Apr 1915, d 25 Feb 1954; m1, m2


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REUBEN MILES


MILES ADDLEMAN & OLIVE (ADDLEMAN) GRAHAM FAMILY

(L to R) Elmeda (1875), Miles (1832), Jessie (1893), Vera (1895), Olive Graham (1870), Nancy Jane (1842) & Andrew (1872)

2.1224 [REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] REUBEN MILES ADDLEMAN, b 15 May 1829 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), L 1843 (Butler Co., PA), O (Farmer), d 13 Oct 1905 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., Penn.), bur Eau Claire Cem; m NANCY JANE ATWELL (b 23 Oct 1842 (Marion Twp., PA, d 31 Dec 1907 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), dau of James & Martha (BOYLE) Atwell (of Marion Twp.)), 1860. Andrew W. Addleman was the administrator of his father's estate. After the accounting his total assets were $1,880.92, minus total credits of $1,301.26, leaving a balance of $579.66. The estate paid for the funeral expenses for Vera Addleman who died four days before her father. In July, 1875 Miles sold 15 acres to Thomas Morrow and in October, 1875 he sold 26 acres of his deceased father's property to his brother Robert. H. Addleman.

   "REUBEN MILES ADDLEMAN, eldest [living] son of Andrew and Margaret Addleman, was born in Huntindon County, May 15, 1832, and came to Venango Township, Butler County, with his parents when he was about eleven years old. He received a common school education, and assisted his father in clearing and improving the farm upon which he now resides. In 1860 he married NANCY J. ATWELL, a daughter of James and Martha (Boyle) Atwell, of Marion Township, and has the following children, viz: Louisa, wife of Leander Lewis; Margaret, wife of Frank Calvert; Olive, wife of William Graham; Addison P.; Andrew; Elmeda; Vera; and Fannie. Mr. Addleman is a Republican, and has held various offices in Venango Township."

   "Mr. R. M. Addleman [Blue] of near Eau Claire died suddenly of a stroke of paralysis on Friday, Oct. 18, 1905. Mr. Addleman was born at Warrior's Mark, Huntingdon county, PA., on May 15, 1832. He was the oldest son of Andrew and Margaret (Henry) Addleman. In 1860 he was married to Nancy Jane Atwell, and to this union eight children were born, all of "whom are living, except a daughter, who died four days previous to her father's death. Mr. Addleman had lived on the same farm for the past forty-five years and was an industrious, hard working man. He had been a member of the Eau Claire Methodist church for five years, having been converted during a revival meeting conducted by Rev. Rinker at that place. . . . The deceased leaves a wife, seven children and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. A. A. Feely of Rimersberg, PA., Mrs. Lucinda Rosenbery and B. P. Addleman of Pence, "Kansas, Mrs. G. H. Sloan and A. P. Addleman of Piqua, Kansas, and Mrs. L. J. Dunn of Pittsburg."

   "Mrs. N. J. ADDLEMAN, wife of R. M. Addleman, deceased, died at her home near Eau Claire, Dec. 31st, 1907. A complication of diseases was the cause of her death. She was born Oct. 23, 1842, and was a daughter of James and Martha Boyle Atwell. She united with the church when quite young, but on account of her afflictions was not able to attend for some time before she died. But she remained a faithful and consistent member until called to the fellowship of the church triumphant. The summons came suddenly and unexpected to the family. She submitted willingly to the Lord's will. Funeral services were held at her home by her pastor, Rev. Malcolm, assisted by Rev. Davis and Rev. Smith. Interment was made in the new Eau Claire cemetery. She leaves to mourn her departure two sons and four daughters."

Children:

1F   (Infant Girl), b 16 Apr 1861 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d ca 1 May 1861 (Venango Twp)

2F   ANNA LOUISA, b 11 Feb 1862 (Venango Twp)

3F   MARGARET ARBELLA, b 24 Apr 1862 (Venango twp), d (Clintonville, Venango Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem; m JAMES FRANK CALVERT (b ca 1864, son of James & Elizabeth Calvert (Clintonville, Venango Co., PA), O (Farmer) 29 Feb 1888 (Butler, Butler Co., PA)

4M   ADDISON PERRY, b 3 Jul 1866 (Venango Twp)

5F   OLIVE MARTHA, b 17 May 1870 (Venango Twp)

6M   ANDREW WALLACE, b 17 May 1872 (Venango Twp), d 8 Nov 1943 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem; never married

7F   CLARA ELMEDA, b 16 Sep 1875 (Venango Twp)

8F   VERA VIOLA, b 25 Feb 1878 (Venango Twp), d 1906 (Eau Claire); never married

9F   FRANCES LUCINDA, b 19 Sep 1881 (Venango Twp)

Ken Atwell, email <ken_atwell@yahoo.com>, 18 Oct 2007. ". . . I am a descendent of James Atwell/Martha Boyle, so I think we may be fourth cousins or some such. My Atwell-Addleman web tree."


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2.12242 [A. LOUISA-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANNA LOUISA ADDLEMAN, b 11 Feb 1862 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 19 Mar 1940 (St. Petersburg, Clarion Co., PA), bur New Salem Presbyterian Church (Annisville, PA) "her skirt caught fire at home;" m LEADER CARRIDON LEWIS (b 7 Jun 1857, d 6 May 1933, son of William & Margaret Ann (SHIREY) Lewis. (His grandmother's maiden name was BLANEY.))

"Mrs. LOUISA ADDLEMAN LEWIS, aged 78, died at the family residence in St. Petersburg at 8:50 o'clock Tuesday night, March 19th [18 Mar 1940].

"Surviving are the following: Seven children, Mrs. George W. King of Kaylor, Mrs. Emmons B. Logues of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Earle Andre of Chicora, and Mrs. James Hogg of Worthington; three sons, Claude and Roscoe "of Butler and Aldo Lewis of Conway; 29 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. OliveGraham of Eau Claire and Mrs. Frances Loring of Highland, Calif., and two brothers, A. P. Addleman and A. W. Addleman of Eau Claire.

"She was a member of the St. Petersburg Presbyterian church. Funeral services will be held from the New Salem Presbyterian church at Annisville at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Burial will be in the church cemetery."

Children:

1M   ALFRED CLAUDE, b 22 Jan 1882 (Annisville, Butler Co., PA)

2F   DOLLIE ELSIE, b 1 Jul 1887

3M   ROSCOE LEE, b 1 Jan 1892 (Annisville ?)

4F   CLARA BLANCHE, b 28 Nov 1896 (Annisville)

5F   CARRIE MAUDE, b 11 Nov 1898 (Annisville ?)

6F   HATTIE ALTHEA, b 13 Jul 1901 (Annisville, Butler Co., PA)

7M   ALDO RAY, b 16 Oct 1903(Annisville ?)


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2.122421 [A. CLAUDE LEWIS-7 (1880), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ALFRED CLAUDE LEWIS, b 22 Jan 1882 (Annisville, Butler Co., PA ?), d 25 Jul 1956 (Butler, Butler Co., PA), bur New Salem Presbyterian Church; m MILLIE BELL, Children:

1F   CLARENCE

2M   RAYMOND

3F   MARY

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2.122422 [DOLLIE E. LEWIS-7 (1882), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DOLLIE ELSIE LEWIS, b 1 Jul 1887, d 23 Apr 1968 (Kaylor, Clarion Co., PA), bur Chicora Church Cem; m GEORGE W. KING, Children:

1F   MILDRED

2M   GEORGE, Jr.

3M   ALVIN

4F   GARNET

5M   "SHORTY"
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2.122423 [ROSCOE L. LEWIS-7 (1892), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ROSCOE LEE LEWIS, b 1 Jan 1892 (Annisville ?), d 4 Jun 1952 (Butler, Butler Co., PA), bur New Presbyterian Church (Annisville); m NORA ROBB (b 38 Dec 1894, d 1991 (Meadville, Crawford Co., PA)), Children:

1M   LESTER

2F   PAULINE

3M   ALFRED

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2.122424 [C. BLANCHE LEWIS-7 (1896), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CLARA BLANCHE LEWIS, b 28 Nov 1896 (Annisville, Butler Co., PA), d 12 Feb 1988 (Allegheny, PA), bur St. Petersburg Cem; m EMMONS BLAINE LOGUE (b 22 Dec 1891, son of William Wallace & Mary Louisa (BAKER) Logue (William W. Logue, son of John & Jane (BARR) Logue), d 30 Jul 1968) 29 May 1919 (Kittanning, Clarion Co., PA).

   "BLANCHE LEWIS LOGUE, 91, of St. Petersburg died late Friday [12 Feb 1988] at Allegheny Manor Nursing Home following a short illness. Born November 28, 1896, in Annisville, she was a daughter of the late Leander C. and Louisa Addleman Lewis. She and EMMONS B. LOGUE were married May 29, 1919, in Kittanning. He preceded her in death July 30, 1968. She was a member of the St. Petersburg United Methodist Church. Her hobbies included baking and cooking. The last surviving member of her family, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Ruth) Sheffer of Foxburg, and Mrs. Leroy (Rachel) Dotterer of St. Petersburg; four grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a son; two grandchildren; a great-grandchild; four brothers; and three sisters.

   "Friends will be received from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm today at the McKinney-Hile Funeral Home, Director Christopher M. Hile, at St. Petersburg. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 am Tuesday at the funeral home with Rev. Lloyd Tennies, pastor of the Boyers United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in the St. Petersburg Cemetery. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Allegheny-Clarion Valley Ambulance Association at Foxburg."

Children:

1F   RUTH MAXINE, b 29 May 1920

2M   EMMONS BLAIN, Jr., b 9 Jan 1923

3F   RACHEL LOUISA, b 19 Mar 1923 (St. Petersburg, Clarion Co., PA)

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2.1224241 [RUTH M. LOGUE-8 (1920), C. BLANCHE LEWIS-7 (1896), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] RUTH MAXINE LOGUE, b 29 May 1920; m1 KENNETH ALTMAN, m2 ARTHUR SHEFFER, children:

1F   LINDA MAXINE ALTMAN; m DALE GROOM, children (Karen Lynn, Dalene Renae & Keven Dale (dec'd))

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2.1224242 [EMMONS B. LOGUE-8 (1923), C. BLANCHE LEWIS-7 (1896), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] EMMONS BLAINE LOGUE, Jr., b 9 Jan 1923, d (TX), bur (TX); m MYRTLE RANKIN, Children:

1F   REITA ELLEN; m TOM MILLER, children (Michelle Helaine, Stacey Nicole, Roxanne Marie & Courtney Brooke)

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2.1224243 [RACHEL L. LOGUE-8 (1923), C. BLANCHE LEWIS-7 (1896), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] RACHEL LOUISA LOGUE, b 19 Mar 1923, L (St. Petersburg); m LEROY DOTTERER (b 10 Apr 1920 (Emlenton, Venango Co., PA), son of Wilford & Bertha (WHITE) Dotterer, Children:

1F   NANCY LEE, b 1942 (St. Petersburg, Clarion Co., PA), d 1942 ("stillborn")

2M   DENNIS LEROY, b 4 Dec 1943 (St. Petersburg), d 1 May 1986 (Jacsonville, FL); m MARILYNNE RANK, no children

3F   VICKI SUE, b 17 Nov 1949 (Butler, Butler Co., PA), L (Emlenton,Venango Co., PA); m MICHAEL RAPP 26 Jun 1971 (FL), div, children (Bryan Michael (1973, FL) & Brett Matthew (1974, PA))

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2.122425 [CARRIE M. LEWIS-7 (1898), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CARRIE MAUDE LEWIS, b 11 Nov 1898 (Annisville ?), d 18 Oct 1986 (Chicora, Butler Co., PA), bur St. John Ref. Church; m EARLE ANDRE, Children:

1M   DONALD

2M   LEROY

3F   VIRGINIA

4M   LESLIE

5M   CECIL

6F   SHIRLEY

7M   LEMOINE

8M   GERALD

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2.122426 [HATTIE A. LEWIS-7 (1901), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] HATTIE ALTHEA LEWIS, b 13 Jul (Annisville, PA), d 28 Dec 1943 (Worthington, PA); m JAMES FRANK HOGG (b 14 Aug 1900 (IA), d Dec 1985 (Venus, Venango Co., PA), bur Worthington Cem), Children:

1F   EMMA LOUISA, b 1925 (Armstrong Co., PA)

2F   RACHEL MAXINE, b Aug 1928 (Worthington, Armstrong Co., PA)

3F   NORA WINEFRED, b 22 Oct 1930 (Armstrong Co., PA)

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2.1224261 [EMMA L. HOGG-8 (1925), HATTIE A. LEWIS-7 (1901), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] EMMA LOUISA HOGG, b 1925 (Worthington, Armstrong Co., PA), O (Pittsburgh Plate Glass), d 31 May 1968, bur Worthington Cem; m JACK REX CAMPBELL (b 26 Dec 1926 (Armstrong Co., PA), O (Pittsburgh Plate Glass), d 7 Oct 1967, bur Worthington Cem, Children:

1F   MITZI ANN, b & d May 1952 (Pittsburgh, PA), bur Worthington Cem

2F   JACQUELINE LEE, b 18 Apr 1963 (Pittsburgh, PA), O (Pharmacy Tech), L (Butler, PA)
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2.1224263 [RACHEL M. HOGG-8 (1928), HATTIE A. LEWIS-7 (1901), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] NORA WINEFRED HOGG, b 22 Oct 1930 (Cowensville, Armstrong Co., PA), O (Secretary), L (Butler, PA), d 5 Oct 1983 (Butler Co., PA), of brain cancer; m1 THOMAS VANCE STROUP [b (Karns City, PA))(m on 'Bride & Groom' TV program (New York City, NY)], m2 MOTTER, Children: [RESEARCH: coogan221@mail.tds.net]

1M   GREGORY JAMES, b 14 Jun 1955; m SUZANNE SNYDER (Butler Co., PA)

2M   DARIN, b 17 Nov 1965

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2.122427 [ALDO R. LEWIS-7 (1903), ANNA L-6 (1862), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ALDO RAY LEWIS, b 16 Oct 1903 (Annisville), d 9 Apr 1903 (Conway, Beaver Co., PA); m MARY KRYDER, Children:

1M   DEAN

2F   MARY
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2.12244 [ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ADDISON PERRY ADDLEMAN, b 3 Jul 1866 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 1948 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem; m MARY BOW McILRAVY, dau of Charles & Mary (BRUCE) McIlravy, ca 1896.


"Addison Perry Addleman was the son of Reuben Miles and Nancy Jane Atwell Addleman. He was born July 3, 1866. During his boyhood he worked on the farm of his father near Eau Claire, Pennsylvania. He completed the educational program of a one-room school in his community. At an early age he made a tour of western United States. During his life he was employed by the Western Union Telegraph Company, the Postal Telegraph Company, and finally served as manager of the Citizen's Telephone Company, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. he married Mary Bow McIlravy, daughter of Charles and Mary McIlravy. He was an excellent scholar and during his life read widely in religion, history, and social-political events. He was a man of strong determination in his beliefs and enjoyed debate and argumentation. He was a devout Christian but not a member of any church during most of his life. . . .

"Addison Perry Addleman with his wife lived his last years in Eau Claire and died, 1948, at the age of eighty-two years. Mary Bow Addleman lived her last years in Eau Claire and died, 1962, at the age of eighty-six years. Addison Perry and his wife are buried in a cemetery near Eau Claire."

Children:

1M   ADDISON PERRY, Jr., b 3 Jul 1897 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA)

2F   ALICE ELSIE, b ca 1899

3M   MILES BRUCE, b 1902

4M   ANDREW NELSON, Ph.D., b 26 Nov 1904 (Hilcrest, NY)

5M   CHARLES WESLEY, b 22 Jun 1906 (York, NY)

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2.122441 [ADDISON P-7 (1897), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ADDISON PERRY ADDLEMAN, Jr., b 25 May 1897 (Buffalo, NY), O Industrial Analsyt (ca 1940 served on a U.S. Presidential Comm.), L (NY, Greenwich, CT & PA), d 18 Feb 1985 (Eau Claire), bur Foxburg Cem; m GRACE MEARS (d 9 Oct 1979) 21 Oct 1876.

"ADDISON PERRY ADDLEMAN, 87, of Eau Claire died at 7:15 pm Monday at East suburban Hospital in Monroeville. He was born May 25, 1897, in Buffalo, N.Y., a son of the late Addison Perry and Mary MacIlravy Addleman. His wife, the former Grace Mehrs, preceded him in death October 9, 1979. He was employed as an industrial analyst, and he was a member of the Episcopal Church and the duquesne Club in Pittsburgh. He is survived by two daughters, Grace Dummel of San Francisco, Calif., and Mary Moe of Mountain view, Calif.; one sister, Elsie George of Newark, N.J.; two brothers, A. Nelson Addleman of Monroeville and Charles Addleman of Emlenton; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. In addition to his parents and wife, he also was preceded in death by a brother, Miles Addleman. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 pm Thursday at the H. Jack Buzard Funeral Home in Eau Claire. Funeral services will be held at 1 pm Friday in the funeral home with Rev. Thomas Proust officiating. Interment will be in foxburg Cemetery."

Children:

1F   GRACE, L 1991 (San Francisco, CA); m1 BOTHWELL, m2 ROBERT DUMMEL

2F   MARY, L 1991 (Mountain View, CA); m MOE
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ELSIE (ADDLEMAN) GEORGE

Cousin Elsie recording data from Addleman ancestors in Warriors Mark, PA,
She later took Bob Addleman to Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA (ca 1985-90).

2.122442 [A. ELSIE-7 (ca 1899), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ALICE ELSIE ADDLEMAN, b ca 1899, L 1991 (Newark, NJ), O (Phone Co., ret'd, Piano teacher), d 30 Oct 1991 (NJ); m PAUL HISKER GEORGE, (O Contractor (dynamite blasting), d 1944, son of Norman Clinton & Christine (HISKER) George), 27 Dec 1922 (Greensberg, PA), Children: [RESEARCH: smithfam@patmedia.net]

1M   WAYNE, b 15 Dec 1923 (Greensburg, PA)

2F   NELLE, b 4 Jul 1925

3F   GRACE, b 7 Jan 1927

4F   CAROLYN, b 6 Feb 1931
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2.1224421 [WAYNE GEORGE-8 (1923), A. ELSIE-7 (ca 1899), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] WAYNE GEORGE, b 15 Dec 1923 (Greensburg, PA); m LUCILLE LAYTON, Children:

1M   STEVEN

2M   RODNEY
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2.1224422 [NELLE GEORGE-8 (1925), A. ELSIE-7 (ca 1899), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] NELLE VERNA GEORGE, b 4 Jul 1925 (Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA), d 18 Feb 2008 (NJ)1; m1 BERG, m2 VICKERS, Children:

1F   SHARON

2M   GLENN

3F   LAUREN

1 Addleman, Dave, Email <daddleman@csonline.net>, 21 May 2008 "some updates".

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2.1224423 [GRACE GEORGE-8 (1927), A. ELSIE-7 (ca 1899), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GRACE GEORGE, b 7 Jan 1927, L 1991 (Bloomfield, NJ); m1 CUBELLIS, m2 MAZEIKA, Children:

1F   CHARLOTTE CUBELLIS

2M   WILLIAM CUBELLIS

3M   DAVID CUBELLIS (1 Nov 91 - wrote "Eulogy for Granny" Elsie George)

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2.1224424 [CAROLYN GEORGE-8 (1931), A. ELSIE-7 (ca 1899), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CAROLYN GEORGE, b 6 Feb 1931; m WILLIAM SMITH, Children:

1M   WILLIAM [RESEARCH: smithfam@patmedia.net]

2M   ROBERT

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2.122443 [MILES B-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MILES BRUCE ADDLEMAN, b 29 Jul 1902 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA),O (West Penn. Power Co.), d 21 Jan 1942; m PAULINE NICKLOW, (b 17 Sep 1910, L 1991 (Shanksville, PA) Children:

1M   MILES BRUCE, Jr.

2F   DONNA, b 3 Jun 1933 (Ursina, PA); m1 ROBERT HAMILTON, div; m2 LEONARD REICHARD (L Elton, PA) 1985

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2.1224431 [M. BRUCE-8, MILES B-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MILES BRUCE ADDLEMAN, Jr., b 11 Mar 1931 (Ursina, Somerset Co., PA), O (U.S. Steele, 34 yrs, Machine Opr), L (Shanksville, PA); m SARAH JANE FOX (b 3 May 1930 (Shanksville, Somerset Co., PA), d 6 July 2006, bur Walker Cem (Shanksville, PA)1, Children:

1M   DOUGLAS LYNN, b 25 May 1955 (Somerset, PA), O (Somerset Co. Memorial Park); m DAWN MATHA 10 Jun 1978, children (Kelly Lynn (1983), Caleb James (1985))

2M   STEPHEN BRUCE, 30 Dec 1956 O (owner Glades Pike Winery, Somerset, PA); m KAREN THOMAS 20 Oct 1979, children (Elizabeth Anne (1981), Mark Stephen (1985), Andrew Thomas (1987)

3F   JANALEE, b 18 Jan 1959 (Somerset, PA), L (Friedens, PA); m SAMUEL HOY ZIMMERMAN 7 Jun 1979, children (Catheryn Jane (1984), Samuel Hoy, II (1989))

4M   RONALD LEE, Educ (1981 (Electronic Inst. (Pittsburgh, PA)), O (Computer Field Eng., UNISYS), L (Washington, Washington Co., PA); m BECKY JO WILT (dau of Joe J. Wilt (of Stoystown, PA)) Aug 15 1980, children (Nathaniel Miles (1985), Bethany Dawn (1987), Ashley Joy (1989))

1 Addleman, Dave, Email <daddleman@csonline.net>, 21 May 2008 "some updates".

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2.122444 [A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANDREW NELSON ADDLEMAN, Ph.D., b 26 Nov 1904 (Hilcrest, NY), L 1991 (Monroeville, PA), Educ (BS, 2 MAs & Ph.D. Univ. of Pittsburgh), O (Education); m SUSAN MARGARET LEMMON (b 12 Apr 1907 (Mt. Pleasant Twp., Westmoreland Co., PA), d 4 Apr 2005, bur (near Mt. Pleasant, PA)) 3 Jun 1925.

"ANDREW NELSON ADDLEMAN is the son of Addison and Mary Addleman. He was born November 26, 1904, Hilcrest, New York. He married Susan Margaret Lemmon, Mount Pleasant Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, June 3, 1925. He completed the educational programs of the elementary and secondary schools, Mount Pleasant Township. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree, two Master Degrees, and a Doctorate Degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

"He was employed for forty-five years in the profession of public education. For sixteen years he taught English and social studies in the schools of Mount Pleasant Township and mount Pleasant Borough; for seven years he was the Supervising Principal of Schools, Turtle Creek Borough; and for twenty-two years he was an Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He was President of the Pennsylvania State Association of Supervising Principals; President of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, 1959; President of the General Alumni Association, University of Pittsburgh, 1973-74; and President of the East Hills Pitt Club, 1974-75. He has served in a number of offices in various organizations. He and his wife now reside in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.

"SUSAN MARGARET LEMMON ADDLEMAN is the daughter of Milton and Nettie Wright Lemmon. She was born April 12, 1907. The Lemmon family has a distinguished genealogy. John Lamond with two brothers came from County Down, North Ireland, 1762. The spelling of the name, Lamond, is subject to further research. . . . A. Nelson and S. Margaret Addleman, at this writing [1986], are the parents of three children, nine grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. . . . "

"Margaret (Lemmon) Addleman, 97, of Monroeville, formerly of Turtle Creek, died Monday, April 4, 2005. Beloved wife of the late Dr. A. N. Addleman. Loving mother of Vaun (Pat) Addleman of Level Green; Odeil (Bernard) Cowden, of Coraopolis, and the late Dean Addleman. Also Survived by nine grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Jobe Funeral Home Inc., Shaw and Triboro Avenues, Turtle Creek. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Hillcrest Presbyterian Church. (Burial will be a few miles outside of Mt. Pleasant, PA where Andrew Nelson Addleman and their son Dean are buried.)" [emailed by daddleman@csonline.net, 7 Apr 2005]

Children:

1M   DEAN NELSON, b 14 May 1926

2M   VAUN IVAN, b 25 May 1929

3F   EUNICE ODEIL, b 25 Jul 1933

[Note: Dr. Nelson Addleman was the first known descendant to publish in 1976 a small (20 page) research summary of Hans Michael Addleman and his descendants from West Caln, Chester County, PA (see Collections).]

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2.1224441 [DEAN N-8 (1926), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DEAN NELSON ADDLEMAN, b 14 May 1926; m LOIS JOAN SEYBOLT (dau of Morris & Olive (MARTIN) Seybolt) 1947, div, Children:

1F   SUSAN DIANNE, b 14 Jun 1948

2F   DEBORAH JOAN, b 5 Dec 1952

3M   ANDREW NELSON, III, b 29 Jul 1954 (Wilkinsburg, PA); m LYNNE BRANDES 18 Sep 1976 (Monroeville, PA), children: (Andrew N, IV., (1979) & Ashlee N. (1979))

4F   MARGARET ANN, b 18 Nov 1959

5F   REBECCA ODEIL, b 21 Jul 1961

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2.1224442 [VAUN I-8 (1929), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] VAUN IVAN ADDLEMAN, b 25 May 1929; m PATRICIA RUTH WINWOOD (b 26 Oct 1932, dau of Robert Lee & Mildred M. (TIERNO) Winwood) 1950, Children:

1F   CAROLE LORAIN, b 25 Nov 1954; m WILLIAM MORRIS (son of Ernest James & Doris May (LANCHESTER) Morris, children: (Daniel William (1979)

2F   GAIL PATRICIA, b 23 Mar 1958; m MICHAEL ALOES SKVARLA

Note: "These updates are for the grandchildren of Vaun I. Addleman.  I, Michael Skvarla, married Sarah Anne Singleton of North Liberty, Indiana.  We have no children yet.  I've seen a bit on the website, for example with my great grandfather Andrew Addleman, about various accomplishments and biography, so I though I would tell you that both Sarah and I graduated from Purdue University - I received a BS in Entomology, Sarah has a BA in Fine Art.  I've also received a MS in Entomology from the University of Arkansas.  My brother, Kurt Skvarla, recieved . . . 

Carole Morris (Vaun Addleman) has a second child, Amy.  I don't know her middle name or when she was born, but I'll find out.  Dan Morris (Carole Moris, Vaun Addleman) is now married to Stephanie.  They have two children, Avery and Nora.  I'm not sure of their birthdays or Stephanie's last name, but I will also find those out and email you again. . . . I have the birthdates for Avery, Nora and Amy Moris.

Amy - 21 September 1981
Avery -  8 July 2009
Nora - 10 October 2011."

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2.12244421 [CAROL L. MORRIS-9, VAUN I-8 (1929), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CAROLE LORAIN ADDLEMAN, b 25 Nov 1954; m WILLIAM MORRIS/MORIS (son of Ernest James & Doris May (LANCHESTER) Morris, children:

1M Daniel William (1979); m STEPHANIE
2F AMY - 21 Sept 1981

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2.122444211 [DANIEL W. MORRIS-10, CAROL L. MORRIS-9, VAUN I-8 (1929), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DANIEL WILLIAM MORRIS (1979); m STEPHANIE, children:

1M AVERY-  8 July 2009
2F NORA- 10 Oct 2011

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2.12244422 [GAIL P-9 (1958), VAUN I-8 (1929), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GAIL PATRICIA ADDLEMAN, b 23 Mar 1958; m MICHAEL ALOES SKVARLA, Children: [RESEARCH: mskvarla36@gmail.com]

1M MICHAEL JOSEPH, b 27 May 1986), Educ (BS in Entomology, Purdue Univ, & MS in Entomology, Univ of Arkansas); m SARAH (Educ (BA in Fine Art, Purdue Univ)

2M KURT JAMES, b 10 Nov 1987

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2.1224443 [EUNICE O-8 (1933), A. NELSON-7 (1902), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] EUNICE ODIEL ADDLEMAN, b 25 Jul 1933; m BERNARD EUGENE COWDEN (b 21 Feb 1928 (New Castle, Lawrence Co, PA), son of William Edward & Orpha (FOX) Cowden), d 17 May 2008 (Wexford, PA), cremated)1 10 Jul 1959, Children:

1M   CHRIS ROBERT, b 11 Oct 1961

2F   REBECCA LYNN, b 19 Jul 1963

1 Addleman, Dave, Email <daddleman@csonline.net>, 21 May 2008 "some updates".

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2.122445 [CHARLES W-7 (1906), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CHARLES WESLEY ADDLEMAN, b 22 Jun 1906 (York, NY), L (Emlenton, Venango Co., PA), O (PennDOT, ret'd 1973), d 16 Sep 1990 (Butler Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem; m ESTHER LORAINE KEATING (b 28 Dec 1915 (Eau Claire), dau of John Lang & Mary Adella (WOMER) Keating, L 2001 (Franklin, PA)) 30 May 1934 (Cumberland, MD). [RESEARCH: daddleman@csonline.net]

"CHARLES W. ADDLEMAN, 84, of Emlenton RD 3 died at 4 pm Sunday in Franklin Regional Medical Center, following an illness. Born June 22, 1906, in York, N.Y., he was a son of the late Addison Perry and Mary McIlravy Addleman. He was married to ESTHER KEATING on May 30, 1934. She survivies. Mr. Addleman worked in PennDOT's municipal services division at Franklin, retiring in 1973. As a member of the Eau Claire Presbyterian Church, he served as a trustee and church treasurer for many years, retiring from the latter post in 1988. Mr. Addleman was a member of the Emlenton Kiwanis Club and Allegheny Valley F & AM Lodge, also of Emlenton.

"In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son, David Addleman of Emlenton RD 3; a sister, Mrs. Elsie George of Newark, "N.J.; a brother, Dr. A. Nelson Addleman of Monroeville; and a granddaughter. He was preceded in death by a grandson and two brothers. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Tuesday in the H. Jack Buzard Funeral Home, Eau Claire. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Wednesday in the funeral home. Rev. Ross foster of Eau Claire Presbyterian Church will officiate. Interment will be in Eau Claire Cemetery."

Children:

1M   DAVID LEE, b 18 Mar 1935 (Mount Pleasant, PA)

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2.1224451 [DAVID L-8 (1935), CHARLES W-7 (1906), ADDISON P-6 (1866), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DAVID LEE ADDLEMAN, b 18 Mar 1935 (Mount Pleasant, PA), O (Military (U.S. Navy, 1974 Ret'd; Master Chief - Operations Spec; 1997 PA DOT), L 1991 (Emlenton, PA), 2001 (Franklin, PA); m LEAH JOANN McNANY 2 Jul 1955 (b 1 Sep 1936 (Emlenton), dau of William Leonard & Leah Elizabeth (KINGSLEY) McNany) 3 Jul 1955, Children: [RESEARCH: daddleman@csonline.net]

1M   RONALD LEE, b 22 Mar 1956 (Oil City, Venango Co., PA), d 24 Mar 1956, bur Eau Claire Cem, re-bur Big Bend Cem

2F   CYNTHIA LOUISE, b 3 Nov 1957 (Franklin, Venango Co., PA); m1 GEORGE L. McGINNIS 29 Jul 1978, m2 JOSEPH L. PAINTER 8 Oct 1988

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1948 California Reunion
Butler Co., PA descendants: Addlemans, Flakes, Grahams & Lorings
(Seated (L - R) Josie (Adams) Addleman & 3 Addleman sisters: Olive Graham, Cora Flake & Fannie Loring.)

2.12245 [OLIVE M-6 (1870), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] OLIVE MARTHA ADDLEMAN, b 17 May 1870 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 1952 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem; m WILLIAM E. GRAHAM (b Jul 1861 (PA), d 1928) ca 1892. In the 1900 U.S. Census, three 'single' Addlemans were listed as living with them: Mede (24), Frances (19) and Andrew (28). Children:

1F   JESSIE L., b 23 Feb 1893 (Emlenton, Venango Co., PA), O (Teacher), d ca 1952 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur (Eau Claire Cem; never married

2F   LAURA (?) VERA, b May 1895 (PA); m CAMPBELL

3M   LESTER, b May 1897 (PA)

   "A retired Butler school teacher, JESSIE L. GRAHAM, 58, of Eau Claire, died suddenly of a heart attack at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon [1952] in her automobile at the Butler bus terminal. She was taken immediately to the Butler County Memorial hospital, where she was pronounced dead. A teacher in the Butler public school system for 32 years, Miss. Graham retired in February of this year. She was born in Emlenton, February 23, 1893, a daughter of William and Olive Addleman Graham. Miss Graham was a member of the Eau Claire Methodist church, the Women's Society of christian Service, and was teacher of the Ladies' Bible class of the church. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Olive Graham, at home; and a brother, Lester Graham of Meridian. Friends will be received at the family residence. The body will be taken to the Eau Claire Methodist church at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, where friends will be received until time of service. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon from the church, with the Rev. Earl Jennings, pastor, and the Rev. Headland, pastor of the Petrolia Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in the Eau Claire cemetery."

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2.122453 [LESTER GRAHAM-7 (1897), OLIVE M-6 (1872), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LESTER GRAHAM, b 13 May 1897 (PA), O (Castle Rubber; 30 yrs., foreman, ret'd), d 21 Jul 1959 (Butler, Butler Co., PA); m EMARILLA DAVISON (b 16 Nov 1894, d 1967 (Meridian, PA)) m 30 Sep 1921, Children:

1F   NANCY JEANNE, b 26 Jun 1931; m B. W. SHEAKLEY, children (Baxter & Barbara)

2F   RUTH ANN, b 30 Nov 1933, O (R.N.), L (Hermitage, PA); m JAMES PACKETT, div 1973

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2.12248 [C. ELMEDA-6 (1875), R. MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CLARA ELMEDA ADDLEMAN, b 16 Sep 1875 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), contracted TB in OH, d 9 Oct 1905 (Eau Claire), bur Eau Claire Cem; m W. HERBERT MOSELY.

"Mrs. ELMEDA ADDLEMAN MOSELEY died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Addleman, on Monday "evening, Oct. 9, 1905, after a lingering illness due to pulmonary tuberculosis. She was born Sept. 16, 1875, near Eau Claire, and united with the Methodist church of that place when but 17 years of age. Rev. Tory of Erie her former pastor conducted the funeral services. Mrs. Moseley knew for sometime that she could not be cured, and was perfectly willing and ready to meet death. Her last hours were spent saying farewell to her family, and with the words "Glory to God, I am nearly home," she fell asleep. The deceased leaves her husband, Mr. W. H. Moseley, one daughter, Frances Aline, her mother and the following brothers and sisters: A. P. Addleman of Pavilon, N. Y., Andrew of Eau Claire, Mrs. L. C. Lewis of North Hope, Mrs. J. F. Calvert of Clintonville, Mrs. W. E. Graham of Eau Claire, Vera V. Addleman at home and Frances L. Addleman of Cleveland."

Children:

1F   FRANCES ALINE, b 1902, L (with Margaret Calvert), d 1918 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), bur Eau Claire Cem

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2.12249 [FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] FRANCES LUCINDA ADDLEMAN, b 19 Sep 1881 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), L (PA, OH & Highland, San Bernardino Co., CA), d 21 Nov 1967 (Altadena, Los Angeles Co., CA), bur Mountain View Cem (Highland, San Bernardino Co., CA); m GEORGE WINFIELD LORING (b ca 1870 (IA), O (Businessman, Superior Court Clerk), d 16 Aug 1950 (Highland, San Bernardino Co., CA)) ca 1910. [Fannie was a long-term family historian and retold many Addleman/Adelman stories of Germany and Pennsylvania. She was responsible for motivating further research among many descendants, including this author (see The Addleman Quarterly: Vol. I:No. 1, 7 and Vol. II:No. 4, 31).]

   "GEORGE WINFIELD LORING, 80, former superior court clerk and resident of Highland 45 years died last night at his residence, 118 Cole Street, Highland, following a lengthy illness. Mr. Loring, a native of Iowa, had been active in Masonic affairs in San Bernardino county for many years, having been a member of the Royal Arch Masons, the Shrine club, Knights Templar and other organizations. He is survived by his widow, two sons, George W. Loring of Altadena; Charles A. Loring of Pasadena; one daughter, Wilmo Loring of Highland and three grandchildren. Funeral services are pending with Stephens & Bobbitt in charge [Mt. View Cem., #211 Roselawn section]."

   "FRANCES LUCINDA LORING, 86, . . . [of] Altadena, died Tuesday, Pasadena hospital. Native Eau Claire, Pa., former resident San Bernardino and Highland. Member: Highland Methodist Church. Survivors: sons, George W., Altadena, Judge Charles A. Loring, South Pasadena; daughter Wilmo Loring, San Bernardino; six grandchildren. Private services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; burial, Mt. View Cemetery [#212 Roselawn section]."

Family:

1M   GEORGE W., 25 Jan 1911 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA)

2F   FRANCES WILMO, b 29 Apr 1913 (San Diego, San Diego Co., CA), Educ (Univ. of Redlands), O (Teacher, ret'd), L 1991 (Altadena, CA), d ca 1 Aug 1991, bur Mt. View Cem (San Bernardino, CA)

3M   CHARLES A., b 15 Jun 1915 (San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., CA)


This 1942 photo was taken on the steps of their Highland, CA home.--------

2.122491 [GEORGE W. LORING-7 (1911), FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GEORGE WINN LORING, b 25 Jan 1911 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA), Educ (1930 - B.A., Univ of Riverside; LLD, Hastings Law School), O (L.A. Attorney: Shell, Delemere & Loring), d 19 Dec 1975; m LOIS EAKIN (d Aug 1987), Children:

1M   GEORGE WINN, b 1952, d Sep 1968, bur Mountain View Cem (San Bernardino, CA)

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2.122493 [CHARLES A. LORING-7 (1915, FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CHARLES A. LORING, b 15 Jun 1915 (San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., CA), Military (1st Lt. WW II), Educ (LLD - Hastings Law School), O (Judge Superior Court), L 1991 (Calabasas, CA), d 6 Sep 1993 (Calabasas, CA); m RUTH JENKINS (b 28 Jan 1915 (Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA), Children:

"CHARLES LORING; COUNTY JUDGE AIDED REFORMS

   "CHARLES A. LORING, who as presiding judge of the vast Los Angeles County Superior Court helped create California's compulsory arbitration system, has died at the age of 78. Loring, a native of San Bernardino who attended the University of Redlands and Hastings Colege of Law, died Sept. 6 [1993] in Calabasas. The jurist handled cases for the local trial court from 1959 until his retirement in 1980. He served two years as assistant presiding judge and two years as presiding judge, guiding a package of 39 judicial reform recommendations through the Legislature. Loring chaired a special committee of the California Judicial Council to study and push one of those recommendations -- compulsory arbitration -- which became state law. Under that system, a trial judge sends a case to compulsory arbitration, avoiding a more costly trial, if he finds that the probable award will be less than $25,000. Although an arbitrator's decision can be appealed for a trial, fewer than 10% of litigants have sought that option.

   In 1972, Loring was chosen Trial Judge of the Year by the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Assn. In his late years as a Superior Court judge, he was frequently assigned to sit on the state Court of Appeal in Los Angeles and in Fresno. During those special assignments, he wrote 300 opinions, only two of which were overturned by the state Supreme Court. Then-Chief Justice Donald R. Wright praised Loring's "well-reasoned and scholarly opinions on every phase of the law" and noted: "His contribution to the work of the judiciary in California has been outstanding and we are all in his debt." After Loring's retirement he served six years as consultant to the statewide committee that standardizes jury instructions for use by California judges.

   Loring served in the Pacific during World War II, advancing from private to first lieutenant and earning the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. He also trained as a counterintelligence agent. Loring served as president of his Redlands and Hastings alumni associations and was a member of Redlands' board of trustees. He received Redlands' Alumni Distinguished Service Award and its honorary doctor of laws degree. He is survived by his wife, RUTH, and five children." [by Myrna Oliver, L.A. Times Staff Writer, Wednesday, September 22, 1993]

1M   DAVID, b Apr 1942, L (Pacific Palisades, CA), Educ (AB - Pomona College, Law - Standford); m1 TANDRIA, m2 ANNE TRIVOLUZZI 23 Jul 19891

2M   JONATHAN, b 1946

3M   TIMOTHY, b Aug 1948,

4F   LINDA RUTH, b Sep 1951

5M   ANDREW, b May 1955


BROTHERS WHO COME FROM BUTLER COUNTY FAMILY ARE ATTORNEYS IN CALIFORNIA

"(Special to Butler Eagle) SACRAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 2 -- GEORGE and CHARLES LORING, grandsons of the late Miles Addleman of Eau Claire (Butler county, Pennsylvania) were today admitted to practice law in this state. A search of the State Bar association records disclosed that it was the fourth time in the history of the California bar that brothers had gone through law school, passed the state bar examination and been admitted together to the practice of law.

"The Loring brothers have 300 relatives living in western Pennsylvania, principally in Butler county. George Loring was born in Eau Claire in 1911, the son of Frances Lucinda Addleman, one of nine children of the late Miles Addleman who owned a large farm three miles west of Eau Claire. Mrs. Louisa Lewis, Kittanning, Mrs. Olive Graham and Andrew and Addison Addleman of Eau Claire are aunts and uncles of the brothers.

"George and Charles Loring reside at Highland, San Bernardino county, the heart of the famous orange country of California. They graduated from Hastings Law college, oldest on the Pacific coast and a branch of the University of California."

1. Loring, David, email <davidloring@world-gtl.com>, 26 June 2009 - "My wife, Anne Loring, stumbled on to your web site when she Googled herself."

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2.1224932 [JONATHAN-8 (1946), CHARLES A. LORING-7 (1915, FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] JONATHAN LORING, b 1946, Educ (AB - UCSB; doctorate - Pomona College), O (Architect), (Eugene, OR); m SUE, Children:

1F   SARAH, b 1975

2M   NATHAN, b 1978

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2.1224933 [TIMOTHY-8 (1948), CHARLES A. LORING-7 (1915, FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] TIMOTHY LORING, b Aug 1948 Educ (AB - USC; Law - Loyola Univ), O (Attorney), d Jun 1981; m JEANINE JENSEN, Children:

1F   KRISTAN

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2.1224934 [LINDA R-8 (1951), CHARLES A. LORING-7 (1915, FRANCES L-6 (1881), REUBEN MILES-5 (1832), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LINDA RUTH LORING, b Sep 1951, Educ (1975 - Hastings Law School); m STEVEN OROZA, Children:

1M   CARLOS
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JAMES ADDISON

2.1226 [J. ADDISON-5 (1836), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] JAMES ADDISON ADDLEMAN, b 27 Jan 1836 (Warriors Mark), d 9 Oct 1879; m ELIZABETH MARY, children: [RESEARCH: topolyp@erols.com]

1F   MARY EMMA, b 1863; m ORLAND P. KOHLMEYER

2F   LOTTIE, b 1870, d 1872


2.12261 [MARY E-6 (1863), J. ADDISON-5 (1836), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARY EMMA ADDLEMAN, b 1863; m ORLAND P. KOHLMEYER. children:

1M   FRANK K., b 22 Mar 1899 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 21 Aug 1986 (Burtler, Butler Co., PA)


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2.122611 [FRANK K. KOHLMEYER-6 (1899), J. ADDISON-5 (1836), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] FRANK K. KOHLMEYER, b 22 Mar 1899 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), d 21 Aug 1986 (Burtler, Butler Co., PA); m1 HAZEL STALKER [d 1936]; m2 LILLIAN YOUNG WADE 1954, children: (needs validation) [RESEARCH: daddleman@csonline.net ; topolyp@erols.com]

1F   EVA, L (Kennerdell); m CLAIR CAMPBELL

2F   INEZ, L (Gibsonia); m ROBERT KEALLY

3F   HELEN, L (Eau Claire, Buter Co., PA); m WILLIAM POLM

4M   PAUL V., L (Hilliards)

5F   EMMA, d bef 1986 [Refer to the "Eau Claire Cousins" picture at the beginning of this section.]

   "Frank K. Kohlmeyer, 87 of Eau Claire died at 5:03 p.m. Thursday at Butler Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness. Born March 22, 1899, in Venango Township, Butler County, he was a son of the late Orlando and Emma Addleman Kohlmeyer. He was first married to the former Hazel Stalker, who preceded him in death in 1936. In 1954, he married the former Lillian Young Wade, who survives. Mr. Kohlmeyer was employed in the Butler County area many years as a custom thresher. Also, he had been employed in the oil fields of Butler County. Mr. Kohlmeyer had been a driver of lumber trucks in the area and had been a shovel operator for various coal mining operations, as well. He was a member of Bethel United Methodist Church of Eau Claire. In addition to his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Clair (Eva) Campbell of Kennerdell, Mrs Robert (Inez) Keally of Gibsonia, and Mrs. William (Helen) Polm of Eau Claire; a son, Paul V. Kohlmeyer of Hilliards RD 1; six grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents and first wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the H. Jack Buzard Funeral Home in Eau Claire."1

!. Addleman, David. Email, 15 Sep 2002. "Here is the August 21, 1986, obituary of Frank K. Kohlmeyer.

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JOHN W.


2.1227 [JOHN W-5 (1838), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] JOHN WESLEY ADDLEMAN, b 28 Feb 1838 (Warriors Mark), Military (Civil War: Co. K, 42nd & Co. K, 190th Penna. Inf.), d 27 Oct 1861 (Eau Claire, Butler Co., Penn.), bur 'old' M.E. Church cem; m GANOE. An application for his military pension was filed on 22 Nov 1867. (There has been some difficulty verifying his military records but a summary of pension applications indicates someone filed a claim on "John W. Addleman" after the Civil War. One point of ambiguity may be that his death date was wrong on his tombstone. Family records indicate he died on 27 Oct 1861, but the tombstone has "Feb 1861.")

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MARGARET


2.1228 [MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARGARET ADDLEMAN, b 13 Mar 1840 (Franklin twp., Huntingdon Co., PA), dau of Andrew (1800) & Margaret (Henry) Addleman, L (Piqua, Woodson Co., KS, d 7 Oct 1909 (near Piqua, KS, bur Iola Twp Cem); m GEORGE HAMILTON SLOAN 26 Apr 1860 Scrubgrass Presbyterian Church (Venango Co., PA) (b 13 Dec 1837 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), son of Joseph (1806) & Eleanor Sloan (1813), L (1880 (Allegheny Twp, Butler Co., PA); 1900 (Cole Twp, Allen Co., KS), O Farmer, 26 Apr 1860 (Scrubgrass Twp, Venango Co., PA), d 4 Dec 1907 (tombstone has later date - near Piqua, KS, bur Iola Twp Cem), Children: [RESEARCH: Lyle Edward Sloan, dec'd]

1F   MARILDA JANE, b 24 Feb 1861 (Butler Co. or Venango Co., PA)

2F   ELIZA LORETTA, b 1863, d 1863 or 1865?), old Eau Claire cem (Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA)

3M   VELTER, b abt 1864

4M   LINDLEY (Lynn) WASHINGTON, b 1864 (PA), d 1941 (near Piqua, Allen Co., KS; Iola Twp Cem)

5F   LUVETTA ANGELINE b 1866 (PA)

6M   ALONZO JOSEPH, b 29 Jul 1868 ("Six Points, Alleghany Twp.," Butler Co., PA), L 1900 (Humboldt, KS); m (unk), d 11 Feb 1901 (near Piqua, KS), bur Iola Twp. Cem

7M   NEWTON ANDREW, b 1870 (PA), O (farmer), L 1900 (Humboldt, Allen Co., KS?) "selling & going back east"

8F   EFFIE LUCINDA, b 1871

9F   ELLA MARIE, b 1873 (PA), L 26 Dec 1900 (Humboldt, Allen Co., KS)*

10M   ERROL LEROY, b 1876 (PA)

11F   BERTHA LAVERN, b 1878

12F   CORA EDITH, b Aug 1883 (prob. Cole Twp, Allen Co., KS); m FLOYD FLAKE (1943-6 - visited CA)

Note: Old ca 1985-91 photos taken of tombstones in the old M. E. church cemetery, (Farmington) Eau Claire for SLOAN: (1) "Laurie E. Sloan dau. of G.H & M. Sloan, died July 13, 1879", (2) Anna Sloan (1871), Sloan (1857) & Eliza Sloan dau. of G. H. &. M. Sloan (died 1863/5?).

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2.12281 [MARILDA J. SLOAN-6 (1861), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARILDA JANE SLOAN, b 24 Feb 1861 (Butler Co. or Venango Co., PA), d 20 May 1889 (Piqua, KS; Iola Twp Cem); m COULTER, children:

1F   BERTHA F., b 19 Oct 1883, d 21 Sep 1893, bur Iola Twp Cem (Allen Co., KS)

2F   MAGGIE, b 27 Nov 1885, d 4 Dec 1885, bur Iola Twp Cem (Allen Co., KS)

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2.12285 [LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LUVETTA A. SLOAN, b ca 1866 (PA); m ELMER J. RADER 1884, Children:

1F   MERRIAM LILLIAN, b 4 Jan 1885

2M   ARTHUR GLENN, b 3 Nov 1886

3M   ERROLL NEWTON, b 3 Dec 1888, d 30 Nov 1907

4M   GUY MEREDITH, b 25 aug 1891

5F   VERA MARGUERITE, b 28 Aug 1893

6F   WREN MURIEL, b 29 Jul 1897; m1 VANKIRK, m2 HUFFSTUTTER

7F   MILDRED, b 22 Jan 1900

8F   SARAH ENOLA, M.D., b 11 Feb 1903

9F   NELLIE MAXINE, b 17 Aug 1905; m1 KITSON, m2 DEMING

10M   GORDON A., b 25 Jul 1912

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2.122851 [MERRIAM L. RADER-7 (1885), LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MERRIAM LILLIAN RADER, b 4 Jan 1885, d 6 Jun 1968; m CONDON, Children:

1M   ROBERT W.

2M   JEFFERY

3M   THOMAS

4F   THERESE

5M   PATRICK

6F   MONA TRAVIS (Adopted)

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2.122852 [ARTHUR G. RADER-7 (1886), LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ARTHUR G. RADER, b 3 Nov 1886, d 28 Oct 1963; m (unk), Children:

1M   WARD ALLEN

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2.122854 [GUY M. RADER-7 (1886), LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GUY MEREDITH RADER, b 25 Aug 1891, d Oct 1964; m (unk), Children:

1F   ALICE

2M   DARREL

3F   DOROTHY

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2.122855 [VERA M. RADER-7 (1893), LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] VERA MARGUERITE RADER, b 28 Aug 1893; m VIRGIL MILES PORTER, Children:

1F   MARY NELL; m C. L. STEWART

2F   PATRICIA ANN; m DELMER COOPER

3M   VIRGIL MILES, Jr.

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2.122857 [MILDRED RADER-7 (1900), LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MILDRED RADER, b 22 Jan 1900; m PERRY, Children:

1M   FRANCIS B

2M   JOHN FRANCIS

3M   SCOTT

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2.122858 [SARAH E. RADER-7, LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] SARAH ENOLA RADER, M.D., b 11 Feb 1903; m TROSPER, Children:

1F   NADINE; m SHEPARD

2M   BRICE, M.D.

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2.12285(10) [GORDON A. RADER-7, LUVETTA A. SLOAN-6 (ca 1867), MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GORDON A. RADER, b 25 Jul 1912; m (unk,) Children:

1F   NIKI; m WELLS

2M   RICHARD

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2.1228(10) [ERROL M. SLOAN-6, MARGARET-5 (1840), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ERROL M. SLOAN, L 1900 (Humboldt, Allen Co., KS?) & >1900 (Keenesburg, CO), O (farmer - "farming Howe place and part of Wilson's [1900 KS]"); m BERTHA, Children:

1F   LAVERN, b (KS)

2F   IRMA, b (KS)

3M   DONALD, b 6 Sep 1915 (Weld Co., CO), L 1992 (Keenesburg, CO)

4F   MARJORY

5F   WILMAJEAN

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BENJAMIN PATTON



Gettysburg Memorial 2.1229 [B. PATTON-5 (1842), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] BENJAMIN PATTON ADDLEMAN, b 4 Apr 1842 (Warriors Mark, Huntingdon Co., PA), Civil War (Corp., Co. C, 39th Regt., 10th Res.), L 1870 (Pence, Scott Co., KS), 1880 (Butler Co., PA), O Farmer, d 1910, bur Pence Comm. Cem; m SALEMNA E. (b ca 1852 (PA), d 28 Nov 1931 (Eau Claire)). Pat filed for his pension on 30 Jun 1881 and Salemna E. Addleman filed for it on 10 Jul 1910 (KS).

   "Addleman, Benjamin P., enlisted at Franklin, Pa., June 23, 1861, in Company C, 39th Regiment P. V. (Tenth Reserve); promoted to corporal July 15, 1863; mustered out with company, June 11, 1864."

   "The Tenth regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps was organized in the western part of the state, and rendezvoused at Camp Wilkins, near Pittsburgh, where an organization was effected in June, 1861[.] . . . Company C was recruited at Franklin [and] was known as the "Venango Grays." . . . Its first actual fighting was at the battle of Drainesville, in December, 1861. In June, 1862, it was transferred to McClellan's army operating against Richmond, and participated at Mechanicsville June 26th. Gaines' Mills on the 27th and 30th, capturing on the latter date sixty prisoners. The loss in the series of battles which commenced at Mechanicsville was over two hundred. From the Peninsula the regiment passed to the army of General Pope, and participated at the second battle of Bull Run, at South Mountain and Antietam, and Fredericksburg. It shared in the memorable campaign that culminated at Gettysburg in July, 1863, and in the campaign against Richmond in 1864. On the 11th of June, 1864, the remnant of this brave and once strong body of men, which had fought in nearly every battle in which the Army of the Potomac was engaged, was mustered out of service at Pittsburgh."

Children:

1M   HAROLD GOOD, b ca 1862 (Adopted*)

Note: Diane Hornberger provided pictures of the Gettyburg Memorial and one showing "Pvt. B. P. Addleman."

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2.12291 [HAROLD G-6, B. PATTON-5 (1842), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] HAROLD GOOD ADDLEMAN, b (Adopted), L 1931 (Mansfield, OH); m MADELINE THOME, Children:

1M   GENE THOMEY*

2M   HAROLD BERNARD, b 1948


2.122911 [GENE T-7, HAROLD G-6, B. PATTON-5 (1842), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] GENE THOMEY ADDLEMAN*; m JACQUALINE

1F   MELISSA

2M   JOSEPH, (Adopted)

gene_nancy_addleman

Gene & Nancy Addleman

* Addleman, Nancy & Gene, email, 6 Feb 2006. "I recently found my husband Gene's connection to you, through Benjamin Patton Addleman.  His father Harry  was adopted by Benjamin  and Salema."

"After a year long battle with cancer, Nancy Addleman passed away at the age of 68. Mom passed in her sleep at 12:34 a.m., Wednesday, October 22. She went peacefully and I am grateful to have been there. They were keeping her pretty heavily drugged to assist in her breathing after she was officially diagnosed as being in a coma in the late afternoon on the 21st." November 12, 2009 by daughter Carol Temple.--------

2.122912 [HAROLD B-7 (1948), HAROLD G-6, B. PATTON-5 (1842), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] HAROLD BERNARD ADDLEMAN, b 1948; m AVIS MARY KOLANDA, Children:

1F   ELIZABETH LEE, b 1950; m1 THOMAS G. CLARKSON 1971, m2 JOHN FRENCH 1977, children (Daniel (1978))

2M   PAUL GERALD, b 1952; m MICKIE FAYE HUNDLEY (b 1951) 1975, children (Aileen M. (1978))

3F   MARIBETH AVIS, b 1960

4F   MONICA ANNE, b 1966

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LINDLEY HOOPS


2.122(10) [LINDLEY H-5 (1844), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LINDLEY HOOPES ADDLEMAN, b 19 Mar 1844 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), Civil War (Pvt., Co D, 11 Reg't, PA Res: Captured (Gains Mills (VA)) 27 Jun 1862, confined (Richmond, VA) 28 Jun 1862, paroled (Aikens Landing, VA) 5 Aug 1862, Chronic Diarrhea (Bells Island) summer 1863, Gen. Hospital since 18 Oct 1863, Promoted Corporal 13 Jun 1864 (Pittsburgh, PA)), d 26 Jan 1864 (Eau Claire, Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA) on furlough at home, bur (probably old M.E. Church Cem in Eau Claire). Lindley is notable for his Civil War letters and after his death, the valuable information that was provided by his pension file. His mother filed for his pension on 22 Nov 1867. He never married.

   "There were 123 men enrolled in Company D from its organization in May, 1861, to its discharge June 14, 1864. Of These twenty-three were killed in battle, thirty-seven were wounded, and eleven died of diseases contracted in the service."

   "Lindley H. Attleman, Private of Capt. Baiers (D) Company of the 11th Regiment of Pa. Res., aged 19 years, 5 feet 9 inches high, fair complexion, gray eyes, dark hair and by profession farmer. Born in the state of Penna, and enlisted at Butler in the state of Penna, on the 24th day of Feb. 1862 . . . having received a FURLOUGH from the 9th day of November to the 9th day of Dec at which period he will [return to] Gracewood Hospital, Pittsburgh."

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ROBERT HENRY


2.122(11) [ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ROBERT HENRY ADDLEMAN, b 27 May 1846 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), O Farmer, L 1887 (Neoska Falls, Woodson Co., KS), d 17 Dec 1904 (Neoska Falls), bur Iola Twp., Cem; m BARBARA HOFFMAN (b Jan 1851, d 1925 (Iola Twp., Allen Co., KS)) 29 Aug 1869. [RESEARCH: fbooth@swbell.net; bwasmer@yatescenterks.net; topolyp@erols.com]

   "ADDLEMAN -- At his home in Piqua, Kansas, Saturday, December 17, 1904, of pneumonia and heart trouble, R. H. Addleman, aged about 58 years. Mr. Addleman was born in Butler county, Penn., May 27, 1847, and was married to Barbara Hoffman August 29, 1869. He came to Kansas in 1887 and settled at Piqua, where he has since resided. One child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Addleman, a daughter, who is now Della Herdman. He was a member of Yates Center Lodge No. 99 A.O.U.W. and the Fraternal Aid Association. He leaves besides his wife and daughter, three brothers and four sisters. The funeral was preached in the M.E. church at Piqua Monday by Elder G. H. Lamb, and the services at the grave were in charge of the Yates Center A.O.U.W. lodge. Mr. Addleman was a good citizen, an old soldier and a Republican, and was a delegate we believe to every county convention that has been held since he came to Piqua. That town and the county at large looses a good citizen."

   "In 1887 ROBERT ADDLEMAN came to Piqua. He had a well drill and drilled many water wells in town and this relieved the water situation. Mr. Addleman had the first steam threshing machine in the community. It was an upright engine about eight feet high and mounted on two high wheels. He pulled this machine from one job to another with a yoke of oxen. The separator was pulled by a team of horses. It was a small machine and did not have a straw carrier so two men stood at the back of the machine and pitched the straw away. The threshing season often lasted until late fall as much of the grain was stacked. Addleman also had a small grist mill that he operated in the winter. He was father of Mrs. Thomas HERDEMAN." [Lester Harding, A History of Piqua & the Vicinity]

Children:

1F   DELLA, b 1874 (Venango Twp, Butler Co., PA

2F   AGNES L., b Jan 1890 (Adopted, Piqua, Woodson Co., KS)


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2.122(11)1 [DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DELLA M. ADDLEMAN, b 20 Jun 1874 (Venango Twp, Butler Co., PA), O (housewife, Presbyterian church organist ("a few years in north Piqua," the church later moved back to Liberty, Allen Co., KS), d 26 Apr 1965 (Yates Center, Woodson Co., KS), bur Row 13 Cedarvale Cem (Neosho Falls, KS); m THOMAS McGREADYPiqua, KS 1907 HERDMAN 1 Dec 1891 (Woodson Co., KS) [b 25 Feb 1869 (Woodson Co., KS), (son of T. [Thomas M., Sr. (1831-1880)] Herdman & Mrs. T. [Margaret S., (1849-1900)] Herdman, who was b ca 1837, d 23 Mar 1900 (Neosho Falls, Woodson Co., KS), "tombstone has (1868-1945)," d 26 Feb 1944 (Yates Center, KS), bur Cedarvale Cem (Neosho Falls, KS)] [RESEARCH: bwasmer@yatescenterks.net; fbooth@swbell.net & Neosho Falls, Woodson Co. Cemeteries]

   "Two lively young men of the Piqua community were THOMAS HERDMAN and FRED REAM. Each were the owners of good driving teams, not ponies. In fact Fred Ream had a pair of brown coach horses with docked tails. Each sported new top buggies which were fine in those days. In winter there was much snow and each of the two young men also had a cutter and sleigh bells. THOMAS HERDMAN married DELL ADDLEMAN. They were the parents of two daughters, HELEN (Mrs. H. N. BURNSIDE) and MARY (Mrs. Arthur SHANNON) and one son LLOYD HERDMAN."


1M   THOMAS MOORE, b 24 Dec 1892, d 23 Oct 1893 "tombstone has (1893-1894)"

2M   LLOYD ROBERT, b 6 Oct 1894

3F   HELEN M., b 25 Feb 1897 (KS)

4F   MARY CALDWELL, b 2 May 1906; m ARTHUR SHANNON

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2.122(11)12 [LLOYD R. HERDMAN-7 (1894), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] LLOYD ROBERT HERDMAN, b 6 Oct 1894, L 6 Oct 1894, d 1 Nov 1991 (Iola, KS), bur "Row 13" Cedarvale Cem (Neosho Falls, KS); m ESTHER LEONE MORRIS 6 Jun 1920 [b 25 Sep 1898, d 28 Jan 1992, bur Cedarvale Cem], children:

1F   MARIANNE, b 1 Aug 1921 (Iola, KS)

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2.122(11)121 [MARIANNE-8 (1921), LLOYD R. HERDMAN-7 (1894), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARIANNE HERDMAN, b 1 Aug 1921 (Iola, KS); m HENRY W. STANLEY, Jr., 27 Sep 1941 [b 14 May 1918 (Independence, MO), d 19 Dec 1990 (Liberty, MO)], children:

1F   PATRICIA ANN, b 22 Sep 1951; m ROBERT FRANK BOOTH 10 SEP 1991 (EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND) [b 30 Aug 1957] [RESEARCH: fbooth@swbell.net]

2M   DAVID LLOYD, b 30 May 1954 (Kansas City, MO)

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2.122(11)1212 [DAVID L. STANLEY-9 (1954), MARIANNE-8 (1921), LLOYD R. HERDMAN-7 (1894), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DAVID LLOYD STANLEY, b 30 May 1954 (Kansas City, MO); m DONNA MARIA CANAVACIOL 11 Jun 1978 (Kings Point, NY), children:

1F   KATHARINE ELIZABETH, b 3 May 1981

2F   KARA ELIZABETH, b 20 Nov 1985

3M   RYAN ANDREW, b 19 May 1988

4F   ELIZABETH ANNA, b 30 Nov 1994

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2.122(11)13 [HELEN M. HERDMAN-7 (1897), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] HELEN M. HERDMAN, b 25 Feb 1897 (KS); m HADSELL N. BURNSIDE 2 Oct 1922 (Woodson Co., KS) [b ca 1888], children:

1F   MARY DELL, b 13 Aud 1923, d Sep 1988 (Poland); m CLARK ("both killed on a motorcycle trip in Poland by a drunk driver"), no children

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2.122(11)14 [MARY C. HERDMAN-7 (1906), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] MARY CALDWELL HERDMAN, b 2 May 1906, d 29 Jul 1976 "of cancer," bur Yates Center, KS; m ARTHUR B. SHANNON 3 Jun 1925, children:

1M   THOMAS H., b 9 Dec 1928

2F   SHIRLEY SUE, b 11 Aug 1934 (Iola, KS), d 1952? "of polio"

3F   CAROL JOANNE, b 17 Aug 1944; m VIC THOMPSON?, div, no children

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2.122(11)141 [THOMAS H. SHANNON-8 (1928), MARY C. HERDMAN-7 (1906), DELLA M-6 (1874), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] THOMAS H. SHANNON, b 9 Dec 1928; m VALRITA MILLHEISER 8 Feb 1953, div?, children:

1F   LINDA DIANNE, b 24 Sep 1957

2F   SHARI SUE, b 20 Dec 1959

3F   PATRICIA JOAN, b 1 Oct 1962

4   (?)

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2.122(11)2 [AGNES L-6 (1890), ROBERT H-5 (1846), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] AGNES L. ADDLEMAN, b Jan 1890 (Adopted, Piqua, Woodson Co., KS), d <1904 (Piqua); m WILLIAM EDWARD SLOAN (b 4 Apr 1886 (Allen Co., KS), [son of William Eli Sloan (1856, Butler Co., PA) & Ella Jane Scott (1865, Venango Co., PA, m 13 Aug 1880 Walden, KS & W. E. d 1926 Humboldt, Allen Co., KS], d 8 Oct 1969), children: [RESEARCH: leagle@thepoint.net]

1F   LEOTA C., b 22 Sep 1910

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ELIZABETH JANE

2.122(12) [ELIZABETH J-5 (1848), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ELIZABETH JANE ADDLEMAN, b 8 Apr 1848 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), L (Eau Claire, Butler Co), d 22 Feb 1912 (Pittsburg), bur M.E. Church Cem (Eau Claire); m TOM DUNN

"On Thursday afternoon at the family residence in Eau Claire occurred the death of Mrs. LIDA J. DUNN, a well known resident of that place, death following a brief attack of illness. The deceased, who was born in 1848, lived her entire life in "the Eau Claire district, she having been residing at the time of her death on a farm adjoining the one on which she was born. Mrs. Dunn is survived by one daughter, Miss Cora E. Dunn, a teacher in the Bellevue, Pa., schools. Two sisters, Mrs. A. F. Kelly, Rimersburg, and Mrs. Lucinda Rosenberry, Pence, Kansas also survive."

Children:

1F   EMMA

2F   CORA EDITH, O Teacher, L (Bellevue, Allegheny Co., PA), d 1957; m JESSE H. SHEASLEY (O (Paint Company), d 1948 (Bellevue, Allegheny Co., PA), Will (identifies: sister Margaret Sheasley Cook, (Kittaning, PA), sister Montana Sheasley Wood (Kittanning, PA), sister Mollie Sheasley Schaffer (Pittsburgh, PA), nephew Ralph A. Sheasley, niece Pauline S. Barrick, nephew George H. Sheasley, nephew Charles A. Sheasley and wife Cora E. Sheasley as executrix, "upon her death . . . my friend and attorney, John E. Winner, as Executor."). No Children.


   (b) "I give and bequeath the sume of Fifteen Hundred ($1500.00) Dollars to the Methodist Episcopal Church at Eau   Claire Pennsylvania, the same to be used for the installation of a church organ."

   (c) "I give and bequeath the sum of One Thousand ($1,000.00) to the Methodist Episcopal Church at Eau Claire, Pa.,   with directions that the same be invested in good legal securities and the income derived therefrom to be used for the   upkeep and maintenance of the graves in the Addleman and Dunn cemetery lots adjacent to said Church. . . . "

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ANDREW PORTER


2.122(13) [A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANDREW PORTER ADDLEMAN, b 30 Apr 1850 (Venango Twp., Butler Co., PA), O (Farmer, Fireman), L (Butler Co., PA; 1895 (Shanopin, Beaver Co., PA); 1893, 1902 (KS)), d 11 Jan 1911 (Leoti, Edwards Twp, Wichita Co., KS), bur Pence Community Cem (Wichita Co., KS), the tombstone inscription erroneously reads "Andres P. Addleman 1849-1911;" m LOUISA JOSEPHINE ADAMS (b 1 Jan 1867 (OH), dau of Harvey H. & Margaret Jane (MULINEX) Adams (of Washington Co., OH), d 16 Nov 1955 (Riverside, Riverside Co., CA), bur Olivewood Cem (Riverside, CA), next to her son Paul who predeceased her) 16 Jun 1892 (Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA). Children: [REF ADAMS web site: http://bobaddleman.com]

0F   EDNA MAE ADAMS, b Apr 1885 (WV) dau of Josephine Adams, L (Caldwell, OH & McKeesport, PA), d ca 1968; m CLARENCE "JUM" McKEE (OH), O Sheriff, (4 Children: Doris, Catherine & 2 boys)

0M   EDD WELCH, b Nov 1887 (Wilkinsberg, Allegheny Co., PA), son of unk Mr. & Mrs. Welch* (adopted son of Port & Josie Addleman), L (1887 Wilkinsberg, PA; Ophanage Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA; Scott City, KS), m1 JULIA ESTELLA WHITHAM 17 Dec 1905 (Iola, KS), m2 EDITH ELLEN POOLE 1 Oct 1928 (Scott City, KS), d bur Pence Com., Cem

1M   Infant ADELMAN, d 24 Dec 1892 (Allegheny Co., PA ?), bur Homewood Cem (Grave 9, Range 10, Div. 5)

2M   ANDREW CLAIR, b 1900 (Allegheny Co., PA), d (Allegheny Co., PA), interment 15 May 1900, bur Allegheny Cem (S.G. #1097.C, Sec 35)

3M   ROY HOLLAND, b 10 Feb 1895 (Beaver Co., PA), L (Leoti, KS & Macksburgh, OH), d 2 Jan 1914 (Macksburgh, Washington Co., OH), bur Lund Cem, "18 y-10m-22d"

4-5   (stillborn)

6M   PAUL (PORTER) ARCHIE, b 21 Feb 1902 (New Scottsville, Beaver Co., PA)

[Note: Widow Josie Addleman, her two sons, Roy and Paul, returned to Macksburgh, Ohio to live with her father in 1911. Paul migrated to Riverside, California in 1926 and subsequently brought out his mother. Both Paul and Josie are buried in Olivewood Cemetery in Riverside.]


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ADDLEMAN BROTHERS IN WESTERN KS

1.   "ANDREW PORTER ADDLEMAN was born at Erclair [sic], Butler County, Penn., April 30, 1850; died at his home near Pence Kansas, January 11, 1911, aged 60 years, 8 months and 12 days. Deceased was the youngest of thirteen children, of whom three sisters still survive. He was married to Josephine Adams in 1892, and to this union was born six children. Of these, Josephine, his wife, and two sons, Roy and Paul, also an adopted son, Ed Welch, still survive, four children having died in infancy.

   "He bid them all farewell and said that he was ready and willing to go and be with his Savior. He was a kind husband indulgent father and good neightbor, and leaves a host of friends who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the loved one left to mourn their loss. Burial was made in the Pence cemetery.

He has gone from out the household,
He has left a vacant chair;
But the blessed name of Father,
Will be ever cherished there.

[Above the obituary, were the following quotes:] "School in District No. 26 was closed Thursday and Friday on account of the death of Mr. ADDLEMAN. . . . N. ROSENBERRY was in Scott City, Wednesday."

2.   "ADDLEMAN -- In Riverside, Calif., Nov 16, 1955, Mrs. JOSEPH[INE] ADDLEMAN, aged 88 years. Late resident of [Fifth St.,] Riverside, Calif. Mother of Edna McKee of Caldwell, Ohio; and [foster mother of] Ed Welch of Scott City, Kansas. Grandmother of David Addleman of the U. S. Navy; Robert Addleman of the U. S. Air Force; Carol, Janet and John Addleman of Redondo Beach, Calif. Services will be conducted Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock in the M. H. simmons & Co. Chapel. Rev. Robert B. Weirbach officiating. Interment in Olivewood Cemetery."

3.   "ROY HOLLAND ADDLEMAN was born in Beaver Co., Pa., Feb. 10, 1895, died Jan. 2, 1914, age 18 yrs. 10 mo. 22 days. He was baptised when 5 years old in Scio M.E. church. He was son of Andrew P. and Josephine Addleman and grandson of Harvey Holland Adams. His father died about 3 years ago of Pneumonia in Wichita Co., Kan. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. G. W. Peters in Macksburg M.E. church. Interment in Lund cemetery. Pallbearers were chosen from Miss Mary G. Smithson's Sunday school class which Roy would have been a member of had he not been so sorely afflicted. The floral tribute from Sunday school was beautiful and consisted of roses, carnations and narcises. Roy was previous to his illness a great lover of books and a student far beyond his years as was proven by the many prizes, certificates, etc., awarded him. He was thoroughly good and always anxious to be in church and Sabbath school."His mother and one brother, Paul, are left lonely without him yet they are glad his sufferings are ended and are looking forward to the happy meeting in those mansions above where there is no sorrow nor saddness and where sickness and suffering can not enter. At Christmas time Roy was the recipient of many useful and beautiful presents and for this and the kindness and sympathy of friends and neighbors the mother and son are truly thankful and wish to express their appreciation to all. "Truly, the Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart."


EDD WELCH, b 25 Mar 1885 (Wilkinsberg, Allegheny Co., PA) "adopted from Eau Claire Orphanage which later burned down" L (PA & (Iola/Piqua, Pence, & Scott City), KS), Deed (S16-T16-R34: "Josie gave the western KS lot to Edd"), Religion - First Christian Church, Occup - "former Co. Sheriff," d 8 Oct 1971 ("while with friend at Scott City, Scott Co., KS"1) near Leoti, Wichita Co., KS, bur Pence Comm. Cem (near old Pence, Scott Co., KS); m1 JULIA ESTELLA WHITHAM 17 Dec 1905 (Iola, KS) [1887-1925]; m2 EDITH ELLEN POOLE 1 Oct 1928 (Scott City, KS) [b 1879, d 8 Jan 1965/6, bur Scott Co. Cem.], children: [RESEARCH: rwenger@prodigy.net]

1F   WANDA,b ca 1906, d 8 Jul 1907 "Aged 1 yr 3 mos," bur near Pence, Scott Co., KS

2M   QUINCY ARTHUR "Art", b 4 Oct 1909, Military (Navy, WWII), L 1971 (Wenatchee, WA), d Aug (1985) (West Wenatchee, Chelan Co. WA)2

3F HAZEL E., (b & d ?) 1913, bur Pence Comm. Cem. (near old Pence, Scott Co., KS)

4F   CLARABELLE "BILLIE", b 14 Apr 1915 (Scott Co., KS), dau of Ed & Stella Welch, L 1971 (Tulsa, OK); m1 PHIFER, m2 H. C. CRAIN

5F   OPAL ROSE, L 1971 (Ft. Worth, TX), L 1999 (Mansfield, TX); m1 SIDNEY FARMER [WWII- T/Sgt in Army AF, Japanese POW 3 1/2 yrs - awarded Bronze Star, d 11 Dec 2003 (San Diego, CA)] , div, m2 REX WENGER

[Note: Edd was taken out of the Eau Claire, Butler Co., PA orphanage (later burned down) and was reported by family narrative to have been adopted but for some reason, never changed his last name from Welch. As he was older and married when Port Addleman passed away, he remained in KS and took over the property in Pence, KS. His daughter Opal recently said in 2004 that Edd's father might have been a miner who died in some mining accident. The widow took their daughter and the three sons went into the Eau Claire Orphanage. In later years, Edd was never able to find his brothers because the records burned in the orphanage fire. He never found his mother or sister either.]

1.   Social Security Death Index, Ed Welch, SS# 512-26-9932

2. Social Security Death Index, "Quincy Welch", Chelan Co., Washington, 1985

[Link to Pence Community Cemetery, Scott Co., KS.]

EDD WELCH





2. Long, Donna. Email (dalong@pld.com), 22 Jan 2002. Obituary from the News Chronicle, 14 Oct 1971, Scott City, Scott Co., KS 67871.


CLARABELLE "BILLIE" CRAIN, b 14 Apr 1915 (Scott Co., KS), dau of Ed & Stella Welch, L 1971 (Tulsa, OK), Occup 1971 (waitress), d 30 July 1999 (Owasso, OK), bur Floral Haven Mem. Gardens (Broken Arrow, OK), age 84; m1 PHIFER, m2 H. C. CRAIN 26 Nov 1971 (Coffeyville, KS) (L 1999 (Owasso, OK)), children:

1M. JAMES K. PHIFER, L 1999 (Vacaville, CA) [from m1]

0M RICHARD CRAIN, L 1999 (Broken Arrow, OK) [stepchildren from m2]
0F PHILLIS CRAIN, L 1999 (Carrollton, TX); m GUTHRIE
0F DARLENE CRAIN, L 1999 (Tulsa, OK); m FERRIMAN
0F JEANEE CRAIN, L 1999 (Catoosa, OK); m QUINN
0F DAINA CRAIN, L 1999 (Broken Arrow, OK); m ADIAR


"Clarabelle Crain Owasso Reporter Aug 5, 1999 Clarabelle "Billie" (Phifer) Crain, 84 of Owasso, died July 30, 1999 in Owasso. She was born April 14, 1915 in Scott County, Kansas, to Ed and Stella Welch. She married H.C. Crain Nov. 26, 1971 in Coffeyville, Kan. She was a waitress. Survivors include her husband H.C. of Owasso; son, James K. Phifer of Vacaville, Calif.; sister, Opal Wengley of Mansfield, Texas; stepson, Richard Crain of Broken Arrow, step-daughters, Phyllis Guthrie of Carrollton, Texas, Darlene Ferriman of Tulsa, Jeanee Quinn of Catoosa, and Daina Adiar of Broken Arrow, 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren,; nephews, Wayne Young of Vallejo, Calif., and Michael Farmer of Hemet, Calif. Graveside services were held Aug. 2 at Floral Haven Memorial Gardens in Broken Arrow."

OPAL ROSE WELCH, L 1971 (Ft. Worth, TX), L 1999 (Mansfield, TX);

m1 SIDNEY FARMER [WWII- T/Sgt in Army AF, Japanese POW 3 1/2 yrs - awarded Bronze Star, d 11 Dec 2003 (San Diego, CA)] , div, m2 REX WENGER, children: [RESEARCH: rwenger@prodigy.net]

1M MICHAEL FARMER, b March Field/AFB (Riverside Co., CA)


MICHAEL FARMER, b March Field/AFB (Riverside Co., CA), Military: USMC in Viet Nam, L 2004 (Hemet, Riverside Co., CA); m1 LINDA DORSEY HAAS 7 June 1972, m2 REGENIA B. BRYAN, m3 PATRICIA MARY VERDIN, children:

1M DALLAS BRYAN FARMER, (age 18 in 2004) [from m2]

2F MICHAELA KATHERINE ROSE (age 16 in 2004)

3M CHRISTOPHER GEORGE VERDIN FARMER [from m3]

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2.122(13)6 [PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] PAUL (PORTER) ARCHIE ADDLEMAN, b 21 Feb 1902 (New Scottsville, Beaver Co., PA), L (Beaver Co., PA; Butler Co., PA; Wichita Co., KS; 1911 Washington Co., OH & 1926 (Riverside Co., CA), O (Truck owner/driver & Mechanic), d 2 Sep 1952 (Pomona, Los Angeles Co., CA) of truck/auto accident, bur Olivewood Cem (Riverside, CA); m MARY LILLIAS ANN BOBO1 (b 13 Mar 1914 (San Diego, San Diego Co., CA), dau of Allen Hargis & Minnie Sherman (KETCHUM) Bobo (of Arlington CA), L 1991 (Huntingdon Beach, CA) 27 Dec 1932 (Yuma, AZ); (Mary's m2 WILLIAM EARL BEARDEN (b 22 Feb 1918 (AR), O (Aerospace Eng), Military (WWII: Lt. Col., USAF - Pilot in South Pacific), d 24 Jan 1985 (Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA) of cancer, bur Crestlawn Mem. Park. (La Sierra, Riverside Co., CA)). [For more Bearden info, link to the Bobo website from bobaddleman.com.]

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"ADDLEMAN -- In Pomona, Calif., September 2, 1952, PAUL A. ADDLEMAN, aged 49 years. Late resident of 9083 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside. Loved husband of Mary Addleman. Father of David, Robert, Carol, Janet and Jon Addleman. Son of Mrs. Josephine Addleman. [Half-]Brother of Mrs. Edna McKee and [adopted-brother of] Edd Welch. Funeral services will be conducted in the Preston Colonial Chapel Saturday at 10 a.m. Rev. Homer Hill officiating. Interment in Olivewood Cemetery."

Children:

1M   DAVID RAY, b 7 Feb 1935 (Riverside, Riverside Co., CA)

2M   ROBERT PAUL, b 12 Mar 1936 (Riverside, CA), , Military (U.S. Air Force, 1955-1959; (6922 RGM - Radio Intercept Operator) 2 yrs (Kyushu, Japan) & 1959 (Comm. Center Specialist), Educ (BA 1967, CSULB; MBA 1975, Pepperdine Univ.; Ph.D. 1978, U.S. International Univ. (San Diego, CA) in Prof. Psychology: Clinical), O (Teletype Communications 1959-62; Business Computing 1962-79); Clinical Psychologist 1978-87: Fairfield Hills Hospital (Newtown, CT), Substance Abuse Service, Dept. of Mental Health (1980-87 - Ret'd) & Private Practice; Genealogist & Author 1987-93; Web site designer 1997-98; Office Manager (computer graphics/web design) for WCTU of So. Calif., 2003-current), L (1980-87 CT, CA: <1980 & >1987 (Los Angeles)); m MARY FRANCES (WILKINSON) GRESHAM (b (Glendale, CA), dau of Frank & Frances Wilkinson, d 1969 (Springfield, MA), bur Forrest Lawn (Glendale, CA)) 26 Dec 1962 (Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV) [also 14 Apr 1962 (Tijuana, Mexico)], div (Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA) 9 Aug 1967, no children. [RESEARCH: bobaddleman@sbcglobal.net]

3F   CAROLE EDITH, b 20 Nov 1938 (Riverside, CA)

4F   JANET LOIS, b 14 Apr 1940 (Riverside, CA)

5M   JON HERBERT, b 12 Mar 1945 (Riverside, CA)

1. [For PHOTOS of this branch of ADDLEMAN's, link to websites: Adams:Josie-5, Bobo:MARY-7 and Ketchum:Minnie-8 all from bobaddleman.com.]

[Note: Dr. Robert Addleman, in 1991, was the second descendant in this Addleman line to publish our Addleman genealogy (see Collections).]

Note-2: Both David & Robert Addleman are working post-retirement.

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2.122(13)61 [DAVID R-7 (1935), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DAVID RAY ADDLEMAN, b 7 Feb 1935 (Riverside, Riverside Co., CA), Military 1955-59 (U.S. Navy - Elec/Flt Navigator), Educ (BS Chapman College; West Coast Univ, post-grad on MA), L (CA, TX, WA & 2003-current AZ), O (Computer Scientist - Boeing Aircraft (ret'd); Author (publishing novels & short stories); m1 KAY REHFUSS (b (WI)), div; m2 BARBARA JEAN HAYS 4 Aug 1962 (Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV), div; m3 EDRYCE A. REYNOLDS, Ed.D., (O (Teacher, Psychologist & Business Consultant)) ca 1968, div; m4 KATHERINE WIBORG ca 1977, div; m5 DEBORAH KAY KINGSLY (Educ (J.D. Gonzaga Univ. Law School (Spokane, WA), O (Attorney, ret'd)) 22 May 1988 (Gig Island, WA), Children:

1F   BARBARA KAY, b ca 1957, (parents David & Kay)

2M   ROBERT PAUL, b 1958 (Whidby Is., WA), d 13 Nov 1968 (Garden Grove, Orange Co., CA) "ran over in crosswalk," bur The Good Shepherd Cem (Huntington Beach, CA)

3F   ERIN JEAN, b ca 1963; m1 KIRK GROSS Jul 1990, L 2003 (San Diego, CA); m2, m3 unk (parents David & Barbara)

4M   PAUL BERNARD, b 12 Nov 1988 (Seattle, King Co., WA), Educ (BA (Major, Cultural Anthropology; Minor, French) - June, 2011, UCLA), L 2011-current (Los Angeles, CA) (parents David & Deborah)

FAVORITE NOVELS I'VE WRITTEN

Thanks for charging in and looking up my books.  As you can see, my novels are rather eclectic and I write about a subject or a character that interests me.  I wrote my first one, "A Contract On Stone," while studying Uechi Ryu Karate, and used it for background material.  I was living in Los Angeles and working for Litton Industries as a systems engineer.  I later earned a black belt, but no longer wanted my characters to be so single faceted.  "Witch Hunter" gestated during my years in Atlanta, while working at Lockheed Georgia.  "Irrevocable Trust" was based on the environs in and around Dallas, where I lived for a few years.  The rest came about while living in Tacoma and Auburn, WA.  I worked 23 years for and retired from Boeing in WA.

I answered a challenge by an editor at Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine by writing a short story a week for four years. She said if I did that, I'd be a writer.  That's 210 stories that i ground out.  The interesting thing about writing so many is that it forces you into new ideas.  I would start with a character, give him or her a problem that must be solved, and I was off...  By the way, I sold about half of those to magazines paying from 1/2 to 3 cents a word.  Not much money, but it felt good to be published.  After that, I concentrated on novels.

Asking my favorite is like asking a mother with five children which one she loves most.  She may have a favorite, but tries not to show it.  The truth is, my love is always with the one I'm writing.  In retrospect, I liked "Witch Hunter" the most.  "Death Quest" was a blast to write, my first real SciFi novel.  "Storms of Fortune" was also fun (for years I played around with it under a working title: "Blockbuster."  That was kind of a joke about my wanting to write a blockbuster novel.  "The Miller's Son" was a coming of age story of a boy rising from humble beginnings to become a major wizard.  "Irrevocable Trust" is about a thief who takes half of what he finds and does quite well at it -- until a rifle shot propels him out of his comfort zone.  "Shy Guy" is about a man, ex-Navy Seal, who can do just about anything except in the presence of a beautiful woman.  He gets hired by one, and the fun begins.  I.T. and S.G. are in the chase/thriller category.  I also list a collection of witchy short stories in "Witches."  Oh, I almost forgot: "Skin Game" is a mystery/thriller fashioned around my swimming experiences (I was in Masters Swimming for 20+ years, and even coached a team at the community center here in Anthem.)  I would have to list this one as one of my top three favorites.  Strangely, Skin Game is listed in the Kindle Books section of Amazon, but not on the Amazon page.  So you'd have to look under Kindle Books to find it.

Two other collections of short stories have been published by Smashwords.  One, "Old Fashioned Science Fiction" can be found at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/52724.  The other, "A Small Collection of Vampires" is at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/51712.

Smashwords is an interesting publisher, since it puts enovels out on all the major ebook "stores."  Currently, there are 12 different places where some or all of my novels are available (e.g., the Apple iBookstore, Barnes and Noble, Sony Books, Kobo Books, etc.)

And that's about it.  We moved to AZ for the sun, at a time my son was entering high school.  We liked Anthem and its swimming facilities, then ended up putting in our own pool.  My wife and I rattle around in a 3100 square foot, two story house that is much more than we need, now that Paul, our son, is living in Los Angeles.

Currently trying to write about a magical dwarf who lives in a medieval setting,  Got about half of it outlined and written, but am deciding exactly where to go with it.  Another novel, "Murder of a Madam" is mostly written but sitting on a back burner.

Note: See Dave's paperback novels! And newly revised on Amazon.com.

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2.122(13)611 [BARBARA K-8 (1957), DAVID R-7 (1935), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] BARBARA KAY ADDLEMAN, b ca 1957 (San Diego, CA), L 2003 (Prescott, AZ); m PAT JOHNSON, div (Pat received physical custody); m2 unk Children:

1M   NICHOLAS JEREMIAH

2F   JENNIFER

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2.122(13)63 [CAROLE E-7 (1938), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] CAROLE EDITH ADDLEMAN, b 20 Nov 1938 (Riverside, Riverside Co., CA), Educ (1977 - Intl. Business Inst.), O (Administrative Secretary/Office Manager in Psychology Practice, ret'd), L 1991 (Mira Loma, CA); m DUANE LEE HAMILTON (b 5 Apr 1934 (Los Angeles, CA), Adopted son of Anton Olson Hamilton & son of Donna Dawn (MORGAN) Hamilton, O (Consolidated Freightways - Ret'd)) 15 Mar 1958 (Las Vegas, Clark Co., NV), Children:

1M   ANTHONY DUANE, b 4 Oct 1958 (Torrance, CA)

2F   ANDREA HAMILTON, b 29 Aug 1963 (Bellflower, CA), Educ (AA Riverside Comm. College), O (Correctional Officer (Riverside Co., CA)), L 1991 (Crestline, CA); MARC R. MOORE (b 15 Sep 1954, Ft. Gordon, GA), son of Maurice O. & Glenda (YETTER) Moore, O (Investigator - San Bernardino, CA)) 11 Feb 1989 (Catalina Island, CA) [foster children adoption in process]

Note: See Carole & Duane's backyard koi ponds.

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2.122(13)631 [ANTHONY D. HAMILTON-8 (1958), CAROLE E-7 (1938), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] ANTHONY DUANE HAMILTON, b 4 Oct 1958 (Torrance, CA), Military (U.S. Navy, 1976-80), L 1991 (Long Beach, CA), O (Tooling Engineer, Douglas Aircraft (Long Beach, CA)); m1 LEANNE KAY LINDGREN (b 4 Aug 1960 (Intl Falls, MN), dau of Lorence Edward & Clarice Elsa (HALVERSON) Lindgren) 2 Apr 1988 (Queen Mary, Long Beach, CA), div; sig oth-2 sep Children:


1F   ERICA LEANNE 15 Jan 1989 (Bellflower, Los Angeles Co., CA)

2F   EMILY ANNE, b 11 Feb 1991 (Fountain Valley, Orange Co., CA)

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2.122(13)64 [JANET L-7 (1940), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] JANET LOIS ADDLEMAN, b 14 Apr 1940 (Riverside, Riverside Co., CA), O (Manufacturing Proj. Eng. - Hughes Aircraft, Tucson, ret'd), L 1991 (Tucson, AZ) & 2003 Vail, AZ), d 25 Dec 2007 (Vail, AZ), cremated1; m1 RALPH D. CONTRERAS (b (Los Angeles Co., CA), son of Ralph D. & Nina Contreras) 1958 (Los Angeles Co., CA), div; m2 KEN SORENSON, div; m3 JAMES McEUEN, div; m4 F. WAYNE JARRETT (O Hughes, Tucson), Children:

1M   THOMAS RALPH McEUEN, b 20 Feb 1958 (Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA)

2F   DANA C. McEUEN, b 23 Oct 1969 (dau of Janet)

1 Note: Wayne Jarrett called late Christmas night to say that Jan had experienced two episodes of convulsions that day and the last one around 8:30 P.M; had been fatal., Jan had been in declining health for a number of years and had to breathe oxygen. Her wishes were to be cremated and later have her ashes scattered in Hawaii where they had so many good times. A memorial service is planned at the local Vail, AZ American Legion Post 109, where they had many friends. Wayne's email is jarrett@cox.net.

Note-2: Wayne Jarret, Email, 21 May 2007. "I'm in Kaua'i with Bob and my sister Heady. Tonight we are going to spread Jan's aches on the beach at Queen Pond. The waves would deposit the ocean water into a section of the beach that retained the ocean water causing the water to warm up. The Queens would then take their baths. My sister had invited a few people from her school to attend the ceremony."

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2.122(13)641 [THOMAS R. McEUEN-8 (1958), JANET L-7 (1940), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] THOMAS RALPH McEUEN, b 20 Feb 1958 (Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA), Educ (Pepperdine Univ), O (Marketing - IBM; 1990 Mortgage Broker), L 1991 (Newport Beach, CA), d 20 May 1998 (Anaheim Hills, Orange Co., CA), bur 23 May 1998 (Memory Gardens; Brea, CA); m1 KATHY DIANNE RITTER 19 Oct 1977 (Irvine, Orange Co., CA), div ca 1988; m2 KAREN ANN THOEMMES 5 Sep 1993 (Corona del Mar, CA) [b 7 Sep 1965 (Fullerton, CA), dau of Vincent Thoemmes] [RESEARCH: karenmceuen@sbcglobal.net]

   "Thomas Ralph McEuen, 40 of Anaheim, a sales manager . . . died Wednesday of causes yet to be determined [unknown heart problems -- not a heart attack]. Services 9 a.m. today [5/23/98] Memory Garden Memorial Park & Mortuary, Brea. Survivors: wife, Karen; son, Conner; parents, Janet [Jarrett] and James McEuen; sister, Dana." [Orange Co., Register]

Children:

1M   CONNER THOMAS, b 10 Jan 1995 (Fullerton, Orange Co., CA)

2F   FAITH MARIE, b 29 Nov 1998 (Fullerton, Orange Co., CA)

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2.122(13)642 [DANA C. McEUEN-8, JANET L-7 (1940), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] DANA C. McEUEN, L 1991 (Thousand Oaks, Ventura Co., PA); sig other PAT O'CONNOR, Sep, Children:

1F   CANDICE MARIE McEUEN, b 4 Dec 1987 (Ventura, CA)

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2.122(13)65 [JON H-7 (1945), PAUL A-6 (1902), A. PORTER-5 (1850), ANDREW-4 (1800), JOHN MICHAEL-3 (1773), ANDREW-2 (ca 1752), HANS MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1 (1723)] JON HERBERT ADDLEMAN, b 12 Mar 1945 (Riverside, Riverside Co., Ca), Military (U.S. Army, 1964-67; Radio/Teletype Operator; 2 yrs France & 4 mos. Germany)), O (Systems Administrator - TRW, Ret'd), L 1991 (Redondo Beach, CA); m1 EILEEN COPELAND (b England, L (Whittier, Santa Ana & Huntington Beach, CA), O (Secretary, FHP)) 17 Jan 1970 (Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA), div ca 1988; m2 GENE ANN BUTLER (b 14 Jun 1949 (Manhattan Beach, CA), O (Business Manager, TRW, Ret'd; Genie's Crafts)) 1988 (Catalina Island, CA), Children:

1M   KEVIN JON, b 4 Feb 1971 (Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA), L (Whittier, Santa Ana, Redondo Beach & Huntington Beach, CA), O/Educ (Calif. Conservation Corps, 1 Apr 1991; Security Guard after 1991; Las Vegas, NV)

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Kevin J. Addleman, bike officer (Las Vegas, NV)

Note: See Genie's crafts.

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