Jacob Halderman

M, b. 1752, d. 7 January 1799
FatherMichael Haldeman Jr. b. b 1721, d. 1794
MotherSarah (?) d. 1799
     Jacob Halderman was born in 1752 in Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Michael Haldeman Jr. and Sarah (?) Jacob Halderman married Magdalena Halderman, daughter of Christopher Haldeman and Mary Eva Laurer, circa 1771.1 Jacob Halderman was bonded as the administrator of the estate of Christopher Holderman in 1784 to his brother Jacob.2 In Michael Haldeman Jr.'s will, Jacob was named by Michael to handle his estate.3 Jacob Halderman died on 7 January 1799 in Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, at age 47 years.4 He was buried in Coventry Mennonite Churchyard, Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.5

Family

Magdalena Halderman b. 1751, d. 23 Jun 1799
Children
  • Christopher Haldeman
  • John Haldeman
  • Abraham Haldeman
  • David Haldeman
  • Jacob Haldeman

Citations

  1. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 57, 66.
  2. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 68, citing Chester County Administration Book 2, 319, #3618.
  3. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 68, citing Chester County Will Book 9, 249, #4378.
  4. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 57, 66, 68, citing Chester County Administration Book 2, 437, #4676, Orphans Court Docket 10, 148.
  5. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 69.

Michael Haldeman Jr.

M, b. before 1721, d. 1794
FatherMichael Haldeman Sr. b. c 1690, d. 1741
     Michael Haldeman Jr. was born before 1721.1 He was the son of Michael Haldeman Sr. Michael Haldeman Jr. was bonded as the administrator of the estate of Michael Haldeman Sr. on 1 December 1741 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Johannes Garber and Jacob Engers, who were neighbors and members of Coventry Mennonite congregation, acted as securities.2 Michael Haldeman Jr. married Sarah (?) He made a will on 17 May 1788. He made provision for the maintance of his wife Sarah and left his plantation to his son Jacob on condition that he pay his two sisters the sum of £125 each. The same amount was to be divided between the three children of Michael's son Christopher. In Michael Haldeman Jr.'s will, Jacob was named by Michael to handle his estate.3 He died in 1794 in Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 His estate was probated on 22 May 1794 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.3

Family

Sarah (?) d. 1799
Children
  • Christopher Holderman b. c 1749, d. 1784
  • Jacob Halderman+ b. 1752, d. 7 Jan 1799
  • Sarah Holderman b. c 1754
  • Catharine Holderman b. c 1757

Citations

  1. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 66.
  2. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 67.
  3. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 68, citing Chester County Will Book 9, 249, #4378.

Sarah (?)

F, d. 1799
     Sarah (?) was also known as Sarah Griffith The last name of GRIFFITH is uncertain, and is at best an educated guess by other family historians, not me. It could be wishful thinking. She married Michael Haldeman Jr., son of Michael Haldeman Sr.. Sarah (?) left a will on 31 January 1799. In it she cancelled the debts owed to her by her daughters and their husbands. She then left them five shillings each. The residue of her estate was to be divided among her seven grandchildren by her two deceased sons. She appointed her nephew Griffith Griffith as her executor.1 She died in 1799.2

Family

Michael Haldeman Jr. b. b 1721, d. 1794
Children
  • Christopher Holderman b. c 1749, d. 1784
  • Jacob Halderman+ b. 1752, d. 7 Jan 1799
  • Sarah Holderman b. c 1754
  • Catharine Holderman b. c 1757

Citations

  1. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 68, citing Chester County Will Book 10, 113, #4717.
  2. [S11] Carl Thurman Smith, "A Survey of Immigrants of the Haldeman Family", 66.