Person:Joseph Addleman (3)

m. bef 24 May 1752
  1. Joseph AddlemanAft 1752 - Aft 1828
  • HJoseph AddlemanAft 1752 - Aft 1828
  • WSarah Pierce - Aft 1828
m. bef 1790
  1. Caleb AddlemanAbt 1790 -
  2. Orpha AddlemanAbt 1790 -
  3. John M Addleman1790 - 1873
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Addleman
Gender Male
Birth? aft 1752 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage bef 1790 Chester, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Sarah Pierce
Residence[1][2] 1828 Franklin, Wayne, Indiana, United Statessettled onto Addleman Farm
Death[1] aft 1828 Franklin, Wayne, Indiana, United Statesage 90 abt
  1. 1.0 1.1 Family Recorded, in Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin Counties, Indiana. (Chicago, Illinois: Chicago : Lewis, 1899)

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    ... His second son, Joseph Addleman, was the grandfather of our subject. He married Sarah Pierce, and to them were born ten children. In 1826, his sons, John M. and Caleb, accompanied by their sister Orpha, came to Wayne County, Indiana, and in 1828, the father brought the remainder of the family. He located in Franklin Township, where he spent the residue of his life, devoting his energies to the work of the farm. He was a large, robust man, and was almost ninety years of age at the time of his death. ...

  2. Family Recorded, in History of Wayne County, Indiana: together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens, history of Indiana and the Northwest Territory, embracing accounts of the prehistoric races, aborigines, Winnebago and Black Hawk Wars, and a brief review of its civil, political and military history (1884). (Chicago : Inter-state Pub., , 1884).

    Vol 2, p 400 -
    ... Joseph, married Sarah Pierce by whom he had ten children. In 1826 his children ---John M., Caleb and Orpha (now wife of Isaac Pyle), came to Wayne County, Ind., and Joseph with the rest of the family, came in 1828. Joseph settled on what is known as the Addleman farm in Franklin Township, which is now owned by our subject [Joseph P Addleman]. Here he passed the remainder of his days. ...