JOHN M. ADDLEMAN
CHESTER CO., PA
[HANS MICHAEL ADELMANN/JOHN MICHAEL ADDLEMAN-1] JOHN MICHAEL ADDLEMAN, b 15 Dec 1723 (Sonderreit, Wertheim Co., Germany), son of Hans Martin (1682) & Margaretha (BAUER) Adelmann, Protestant, emig 24 May 1752, arrived 22 Nov 1752 (Philadelphia) on Ship Phoenix, O (Shoemaker --indentured (Philadelphia), Farmer), L (ca 1752-58 (Philadelphia); ca 1758-62 (Saulsbury Twp., Lancaster Co.); 1762-1814 (West Caln, Chester Co., PA)), Military (Capt. Michael Adelman (Commonwealth of Delaware)? & Rev. War: Pvt., 6th Class, 2nd Co., 7th Batt. Lancaster Co. Militia, 1777-1780), d 3 Sept. 1814 (West Caln, Chester Co., PA), bur prob St. John's Episcopal Cem? (Compass,West Caln Twp., PA); m (unk) or possibly MARY REESE (Riess) (b (poss Vockenrot -- near Nassig, Wertheim Co., Germany), emig Ship Phoenix, d >1765 (West Caln, Chester Co., PA)), Children:
1M ANDREW, b (ca 1752) probably on Ship Phoenix , taxed in Saulsbury Twp., Lancaster Co. (1779-80), Military (Rev. War: (Pvt., 7th Class, 2nd Co., 1st. Batt. (Lancaster Co. Militia), 10 Nov 1781), Taxed in Franklin Twp., Huntingdon Co. (1789), d intestate (1795) in Huntingdon Co., Penn.; m (unknown) ca 1773.
2M JOHN, Jun'r, b 1754, Military (Rev. War: (Pvt., 8th Class, 2nd Co., 7th Batt. (Lancaster Co. Militia), 1777-1780), d (1781? or <1812) [This sibling needs validation.]
3M WILLIAM, b Oct 1758 (West Caln, Chester Co., Penn.), Military (Rev. War: Pvt., 5th Class, 1st Co., 8th Batt.) (Chester Co. Militia), 20 Jun 1780), L (West Caln, Chester Co. PA) on one of his father's farms.
4M JOSEPH, b 11 Oct 1765 (West Caln, Chester Co., Penn.); Military (post-Rev. War: Ensign, 2nd Co., 6th Reg't) 2 Jun 1792; Lt., 2nd Co., 6th Reg't (Chester Co. Militia) 12 Dec 1797), L (West Caln Twp., Chester Co., PA), on one of his father's farms.
[NOTE: The immigrant's Addleman farm was in West Caln, Chester County, Pennsylvania, near the 'old LancasterRoad,' which divided Chester and Lancaster counties. Andrew Addleman migrated with his family to Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania after the Revolutionary War. The two younger sons, William & Joseph, and their families, remained on the old farm in Chester County until after the immigrant's death in 1814. They later migrated to Wayne County, Indiana in stages between 1817 & 1828. No daughters were named in the immigrant's will.]