Person:Johann Hermann (1)

  1. Johann Michael Hermann1670 - 1767
m. 1698
  1. John Harmanabt 1700 -
  2. Daniel Harmanabt 1700 -
  3. Heinrich "Adam" Harman, Sr.1700 - 1767
  4. Valentine Harman1703 - 1756
  5. Mathias Harmanabt 1704 - bef 1734
  6. Jacob Hermann1705 - bef 1756
  7. George Adam Harmon1710 - 1787
Facts and Events
Name Johann Michael Hermann
Gender Male
Birth? 1670 Mittelfranken, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Marriage 1698 Württemberg,Germanyto Kundigunda Regis
Death? 1767 Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
Religion[3] Moravian
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  1.   Ancestry Family Trees. (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was .
  2.   Hamilton, Emory L. Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers of Southwest Virginia, 1773-1794. (Unpublished).

    Seven Harman brothers emigrated from Germany together, Jacob, Valentine, Mathias, George, Daniel, John, and Heinrich Adam. They first stopped off in Pennsylvania, then emigrated to the Shenandoah Valley and some on into North Carolina. At least three of these brothers settled in Southwest Virginia, namely, Heinrich Adam, Valentin and Jacob. They were living in the New River German settlement, the first settlement ever made west of the Alleghenies on the "Western Waters", and were living there prior to 1745. In 1749 Moravian Missionaries conducted the first recorded religious services in Southwest Virginia in the home of Jacob Harman, and Dr. Thomas Walker mentions stopping at the home of Harman on his memorable exploration trip in 1750.

  3. "Heinrich Adam Hermann's father [Johann Michael Hermann]fled Moravia in present Czechoslovakia because of his religion. From there he was in Germany where his son was born. Heinrich Adam Hermann B. 1700 Rhine, Germany-died 1767 on the New River Married Oct. 8, 1723 probably near Mannheim to Louisa Katrina Heinrich 1700 Rhine Germany d.3/18/1749 on New River during childbirth.

    The Harmans were of Moravian ancestry and the Moravians in Pennsylvania knew of them. It was written "Toward noon we arrived safely at the New River. We were taken across the river to Jacob Herrman, who together with his wife, received us with great joy and love. Jacob Herrman told them that his grandfather was by birth a Moravian who had been driven from his country because of his religion." [1]