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  1. My wife Penelope is the daughter of a Hartman. This page is my working document for tracing her Hartman ancestors and relations. Several sources for their immigration are also included.
  2. The purpose of the page is to let me easily see what data I have and don't have for each person. I only list years and states here. I have more accurate data in my Family Tree Maker database (which is not posted on the net.) I focus on census records, especially those from 1850 forward. I find that the earlier census records are very difficult to identify since they only list heads of households.
  3. Along with each transcription of a census record, I have how it was indexed by HeritageQuest.com. Frequently these are incorrect. I don't list Ancestry.com's indexing because users can suggest corrections to them, and Ancestry frequently accepts the corrections.
  4. Records on Ancestry.com and HeritageQuest.com are available only when you are logged in there. Ancestry.com requires a subscription, but HeritageQuest.com access is available free through various libraries and the Family History Centers at many LDS churches. I access HeritageQuest through my local library.
  5. The 1940 census records may be accessed at 1940census.archives.gov, where no login is required. You need to provide the state, the ED, and the page number. The ED is the Election District. The page number is Ancestry.com's image number.
  6. Much of this data is gleaned from census records. Besides census records being inaccurate and notoriously difficult to read, I'm not always sure I have the right records. For instance, are J N Brannon (1860), Munrow J Brannon (1870), J M Brannon, (1880), and James M Brannon (1900) really all for the same person? (These Brannon records are in a file for tracking my father's ancestors.)
  7. Data marked with a pink background just indicates that I've not absorbed it into my principal database yet.
Dorsey Barnes Drane (Facebook) (Find A Grave)
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(yellow denotes Pen's lineage) Born Died Grave 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 Imm.
George Adam Hartman | Georg Adam Hartmann 1788 GER 1853
died at sea, while immigrating 1853
Mary Elizabeth Stein | Maria Elisabetha Stein 1792 GER 1868

m. 21 Jan 1813 Hesse-Darmstadt 1860 1853

Children of George Adam Hartman & Mary Elizabeth Stein
John Adam Hartman | Johann Adam Hartmann
1813 GER 1908 NY NY
1900 1880 1870 1860 1853
1) Anna Eva Weber 1823 GER 1861 NY NY m. 19 Oct 1843 Hesse-Darmstadt 1860 1853
2) Christina Quencer 1827 GER 1911 NY NY m. ~1861
1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1859
Ann Margaret Hartman | Anna Margarethe Hartmann 1817 GER 1899 NY NY
1880 1870 1860 1853
Hironemus Bickelhaupt 1806 GER 1875 NY NY m. 1 Sep 1844 Hesse-Darmstadt 1870 1860 1853
Mary Elisabeth Hartman | Anna Margaretha Hartmann ~1833 GER


1880 1870 1860 1853
Henry Hartman | Heinrich Hartmann ~1835 GER 1877 NY

1870 1860 1853
Mary E. Eckert 1848 NY 1926 NY
1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860

Children of John Adam Hartman & (1) Anna Eva Weber
John Hartman | Johannes Hartmann 1844 GER 1923 NY
1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1853
Catherine / Katherine Rapp 1848 GER
1886 NY
1880 1870 1860
Ann Margaret Hartman ~1847 GER


1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1853
Adam Hartman ~1849 GER 1853 NY
died while crossing the old Court Street bridge 1853
Mary Elizabeth Hartman | Marie Elisabetha Hartmann ~1850 GER


1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1853
1) Marvin A Hill 1851 NY
1885 CAN

1880 1870 1860
2) Abel VanNest ~1844 CAN

1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860
Elizabeth Hartman | Elisabetha Hartmann ~1852 GER


1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1853
Margaret Hartman 1854 NY
1946 NY
NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860
J. David Heckman 1851 GER 1926 NY NY m. 5 Nov 1874 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 Unk.
George Hartman 1857 ONT
1951 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1860
1) Elizabeth Kufer 1862 NY
1890 NY NY
1880 1870

2) Sophie M. Vogt 1871 GER 1930 NY NY m. 1890 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870
1886
Anna Eva Hartman 1859 ONT 1948 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1860
John Martin Vogt 1854 GER 1939 NY NY m. ~1879 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 1860 1875

Children of John Adam Hartman & (2) Christina Quencer
Adam Hartman 1862 NY 1894 NY

1880 1870
Catharine B. Hartman 1864 NY 1957 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870
Elmer F. Snell 1865 NY 1943 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 1870 m. ~1888

Children of John Hartman & Catherine Rapp
Mary Hartman 1863 NY 1863 NY NY
Alfred C. Hartman 1866 NY 1868 NY NY
Henry Adam Hartman 1875 NY

1940 1930 1920 1910 1900
1880 WWI
Amelia S. Haas 1888 NY 1978
NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 m. 18 Nov 1908 NY. SSDI
George A. Hartman 1877 NY 1960 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880
Odelia | Ottillie E. Hartman 1878 NY 1962 NY NY
1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880
Henry Alfred. Hartman 1872 NY 1949 NY NY 1940
1930 1920
1910
1900
1880 (son of Henry & Mary Hartman)
John Albert Hartman 1879 NY 1962 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 WWI SSDI
William Frederick Hartman 1880 NY 1959 CA CA 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 WWI CDI
Marian P. ??? ~1878 NY bef. 1940


1930 1920 1910 1900 1880 m. ~1917
Elizabeth E. ("Libba") Hartman 1881 NY

1940 1930 1920 1910 1900
Alice S. Hartman 1884 NY 1965 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900
Edward Spies 1883 NY

1940 1930 1920 1910 1900

Child of George Hartman & (1) Elizabeth Kufer
Lawrence Albert Hartman 1880 NY 1944 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 WWI
1) Elizabeth Lewis 1885 NY 1911 NY CAN
1910 1900 m. 13 Jun 1903
2) Olive Maude Coats 1883 NY 1953 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 m. 27 Dec 1916 Watertown, NY

Children of George Hartman & (2) Sophie M. Vogt
Martha Hartman 1896 1899 NY
Lotha Katherine Hartman 1898 NY 1988 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 Twin SSDI
Charles Howard Snell 1892 NY 1962 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 m. 30 Nov 1916 Redwood, NY. WWI
Louise Barbara Hartman 1898 NY 1981 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 Twin SSDI
Percy Emery Timerman 1898 NY 1978 NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 1900 m. 7 Jan 1920 Redwood, NY. WWI SSDI
Adam J. Hartman 1904 NY 1992 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 SSDI
1) Ruth H. Mattison ~1909 NY 1937

1930 1920 1910 m. 20 Nov 1930 Theresa, NY
2) Mary C. Guyett 1914 NY 2007 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 m. 2 Jul 1941 Redwood, NY. SSDI

Children of Lawrence Albert Hartman & (1) Elizabeth Lewis
Emerald | Emerole Gordon Hartman--Quencer 1904 NY 1948 NY
1940 1930 1920 1910 AKA Howard Gordon Reed
Albert Alphonso Hartman--Quencer 1908 NY 1984 NY NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 SSDI
Alberta Mabel Sayles 1905 NY 1993 NY 1940 1930 1920 1910 SSDI

Children of Lawrence Albert Hartman & (2) Olive Maude Coats
Edith Mae Cooksley--Hartman 1909 WA 1980 CA CA 1940 1930 1920 1910 SSDI
Donald Frederick Henderson 1913 PA 1987 CA Unk 1940 1930 1920 m. 14 Oct 1936 Watertown, NY SSDI
LaVerna Ida Hartman 1918 NY 1918 NY NY
Lorma Hartman 1920 NY 1920 NY NY
Shirley Arlene Hartman 1922 NY 2010 OR CA 1940 1930 SSDI
Roy Bernard LaMora 1919 NY 1984 CA CA 1940 1930 1920 m. 8 Sep 1940 Gouverneur, NY SSDI



John Adam Hartman — child of George Adam Hartman & Mary Elizabeth Stein

Census 1860 Hartman, John Adam

HARTMAN, ADAM (1860 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, THERESA
Series: M653 Roll: 762 Page: 793
Ancestry.com Image: 57 of 67
John Adam Hartman & (1) Anna Eva Weber
Unknown John Hartman.

Post Office: Theresa
1860 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1860)
Theresa, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 10 Jul 1860
Name Age Est Born Sex Born Occupation
Hartman John 36 1824 M Frankfurt Germany Mason & Farmer
Hartman Catharine 31 1829 F

Hartman Elizabeth 10 1850 F New York
Hartman Catharine 8 1852 F

Hartman George 6 1854 M

Hartman Henry 3 1857 M

Hartman Peter 2 1858 M

Hartman John 5/12 Dec 1859 M

Stein Adam 21 1839 M Frankfurt Germany Farm Laborer

Hartman Adam 48 1812 M
Laborer
Hartman Eve 36 1824 F

Hartman Mary 10 1850 F

Hartman Elizabeth 8 1852 F

Hartman Margaret 6 1854 F New York
Hartman George 3 1857 M

Hartman Ann 1 1859 F

Hartman Mary E 68 1792 F Frankfurt Germany
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Theresa, Jefferson, New York; Roll: M653_762; Page: 793; Image: 792; Family History Library Film: 803762.
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Census 1870 Hartman, John Adam

HARTMAN, ADAM (1870 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA
Series: M593 Roll: 944 Page: 50A
Ancestry.com Image: 11 of 78
John Adam Hartman & (2) Christina Quencer
Alexandria Twp
Post Office: Redwood

1870 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1870)
Redwood, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 28 Jun 1870
Name Age Est Born Sex Race Born Occupation
Hartman Adam 56 1814 M W Hesse-Darmstadt Farmer
Hartman Christina 43 1827 F W Baden Keeping House
Hartman Margaret 15 1855 F W New York No Occupation
Hartman George 13 1857 M W Canada At Home
Hartman Anna 11 1859 F W Canada At Home
Hartman Adam 8 1862 M W New York At Home
Hartman Catharine 6 1864 F W New York At Home
Friedrich George 32 1838 M W Prussia Farm Laborer
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: M593_944; Page: 50A; Image: 105; Family History Library Film: 552443.
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Census 1880 Hartman, John Adam

HARTMAN, ADAM (1880 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA
Series: T9 Roll: 838 Page: 121A
Ancestry.com Image: 3 of 19
John Adam Hartman & (2) Christina Quencer
ED 105: Election District No. 2,
Town of Alexandria
1880 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1880)
Alexandria, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 5 Jun 1880
Name Race Sex Age Est Born Reln. Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Hartman Adam W M 65 1815
M Hessen Ger Hessen Ger Hessen Ger Laborer
Hartman Christna W F 53 1827
M Hessen Ger Hessen Ger Hessen Ger Keeping House
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: 838; Family History Film: 1254838; Page: 121C; Enumeration District: 105; Image: 0537.
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Census 1900 Hartman, John Adam

HARTMAN, ADAM (1900 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ORLEANS TWP
Series: T623 Roll: 1042 Page: 141A
Ancestry.com Image: 21 of 26
John Adam Hartman & (2) Christina Quencer
Daughter Katherine Hartman & Elmer Snell

ED 0026: Orleans Town (pt),
All that part of the Town lying to the north of the R W and O
1900 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1900)
Orleans Twp, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 16 Jun 1900
Name Reln Race Sex Birth Age Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Snell Elmer Head W M June 1865
34 M 12 New York New York New York
Farmer
Snell Katherine Wife W F July 1864 35 M 12 New York Germany Germany

Snell Gertrude Daughter W F Mar 1892 8 S New York New York New York
At School
Snell Ralph Son W M July 1898 1 S New York New York New York

Snell Clarence Brother W M Apr 1874 26 S New York New York New York
At School
Simmons Berton Employee W M Nov 1876 23 S New York New York New York
Farm Laborer
Hartman Adam F in L W M Dec 1813 86 M 39 Germany Germany Germany Unkn
Hartman Christina M in L W F Feb 1826 74 M 39 Germany Germany Germany Unkn
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Orleans, Jefferson, New York; Roll: 1042; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0026; FHL microfilm: 1241042.
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Census 1910 Quencer, Christina

HARTMAN, CHRISTINE (1910 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, BROWNVILLE
Series: T624 Roll: 953 Page: 167B
Ancestry.com Image: 14 & 15 of 15
Christina Quencer, widow of John Adam Hartman
Sister Katharina Quencer Quencer
and her daughter Mary's family

ED 0013: Brownville Town (part)
1910 United States Federal Census (15 Apr 1910)
Brownville, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 13 May 1910
Address: Quencer Road
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Children Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Quencer Mary Head F W 35 1875 S
New York Germany Germany
Farmer / General Farm
Quencer Catherine Mother F W 73 1837 Wd 9 - 8 Germany Germany Germany 1859 Own Income
Quencer John A Brother M W 43 1867 M 11
New York Germany Germany
Farm Laborer / Working Out
Quencer Martin Brother M W 38 1872 S
New York Germany Germany
Farm Laborer / Home Farm
Hartman Christine Boarder F W 84 1826 Wd 2 - 1 Germany Germany Germany 1859 None
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Brownville, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T624_953; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0013; FHL microfilm: 1374966.
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George Hartman — child of John Adam Hartman & (1) Anna Eva Weber

Census 1870 Kufer, Elizabeth

KUFAS, MARY C (1870 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA
Series: M593 Roll: 944 Page: 47B
Ancestry.com Image: 6 of 78
Elizabeth Kufer, 1st wife of George Hartman
Unknown Catharine Rapp
Alexandria Twp

Post Office: Redwood
1870 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1870)
Redwood, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 22 Jun 1870
Name Age Est Born Sex Race Born Occupation
Rapp Henry 53 1817 M W Hesse-Darmstadt Farmer
Rapp Catharine 46 1824 F W Hesse-Darmstadt Keeping House
Rapp Henry 16 1854 M W Hesse-Darmstadt Farm Laborer
Hankal Oletim 65 1805 F W Hesse-Darmstadt No Occupation

Cook Leonard 63 1807 M W Hesse-Darmstadt Farmer
Kufar Mary C 37 1833 F W Hesse-Darmstadt House Keeper
Kufar Elizabeth 9 1861 F W New York At Home
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: M593_944; Page: 47B; Image: 100; Family History Library Film: 552443.
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Census 1900 Hartman, George

HARTMAN, GEORGE (1900 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ORLEANS TWP
Series: T623 Roll: 1042 Page: 150B
Ancestry.com Image: 14 of 22
George Hartman & (2) Sophie M. Vogt
ED 0027: Orleans Town (pt),,
All that part of the Town lying south of the R W and O RR
1900 United States Federal Census (1 Jun 1900)
Orleans Twp, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 18 Jun 1900
Name Reln Race Sex Birth Age Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Hartman George Head W M Jan 1857 43 M 10 Canada Germany Germany 1860 Farmer
Hartman Sophia Wife W F Dec 1871 28 M 10 Germany Germany Germany 1886
Hartman Louisa M Daughter W F May 1898 2 S New York Canada Germany

Hartman Lotha C Daughter W F May 1898 2 S New York Canada Germany

Hartman Lawrence A Son W M June 1881 18 S New York Canada Germany
Farm Laborer
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Orleans, Jefferson, New York; Roll: 1042; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0027; FHL microfilm: 1241042.
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Census 1910 Hartman, George

HARTMAN, GEORGE (1910 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA
Series: T624 Roll: 953 Page: 71A
Ancestry.com Image: 1 of 21
George Hartman & (2) Sophie M. Vogt
ED 0006: Alexandria Town (part)
excluding Alexandria Bay village
1910 United States Federal Census (15 Apr 1910)
Alexandria, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 5 Apr 1910
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Hartman George Head M W 53 1857 M Canada Germany Germany 1860 Farmer / General Farm
Hartman Sophie M Wife F W 38 1872 M Germany Germany Germany 1889 None
Hartman Louisa P Daughter F W 11 1899 S New York Canada Germany
None
Hartman Lotha K Daughter F W 11 1899 S New York Canada Germany
None
Hartman Adam J Son M W 6 1904 S New York Canada Germany
None
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T624_953; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0006; FHL microfilm: 1374966.
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Census 1920 Hartman, George

HARTMAN, GEORGE (1920 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA TWP
Series: T625 Roll: 1116 Page: 47A
Ancestry.com Image: 11 of 21
George Hartman & (2) Sophie M. Vogt
ED 0005: Alexandria town (part)
excluding Alexandria Bay Village, etc.
1920 United States Federal Census (1 Jan 1920)
Alexandria, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 30 Jan 1920
Address: Alexandria Bay-Redwood Road
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Hartman George Head M W 63 1857 M Canada Germany Germany 1860 Farmer / Gen'l farm
Hartman Sophie Wife F W 48 1872 M Germany Germany Germany 1886 None
Hartman Adam J Son M W 16 1904 M New York Canada Germany
None
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T625_1116; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 97.
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Census 1930 Hartman, George

(1930 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA (NORTHEAST PART)
Series: T626 Roll: 1442 Page: 247A
HeritageQuest.com Image: 17 of 28
Ancestry.com Image: 17 of 26
George Hartman & (2) Sophie M. Vogt
ED 6: Alexandria Town (northeast part)
excluding Alexandria Bay Village
1930 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1930)
Alexandria, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 18 Apr 1930
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Hartman George Head M W 73 1857 M @23 Canada
Germany Germany Unk Farmer / Dairy Farm
Hartman Sophie M Wife F W 56 1874 M @18 Canada
Germany Germany 1884 None
Hartman Adam J Son M W 26 1904 S New York Canada Germany
Dealer / Delco Lighting Systems
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: 1442; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 0006; Image: 1012.0; FHL microfilm: 2341177.
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Census 1940 Hartman, George

HARTMAN, GEORGE (1940 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, ALEXANDRIA TOWN
Series: T627 Roll: 2544 Page: 7A
Ancestry.com Image: 13 of 30
George Hartman, widowed
Note: Alice Hartman Spies is a daughter of
George's brother John Hartman, and Katherine Rapp..
ED 23-6: Alexandria Town outside Alexandria Bay Village
1940 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1940)
Alexandria, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 17-18 Apr 1940. ED 23-6, Sheet 7A
Address: Not listed; lives on farm
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Educ. Born Residence Occupation
Spies Edward Head M W 58 1882 M No 8 New York Same Place Farmer / Farm
Spies Alice S Wife F W 55 1885 M No 8 New York Same Place
Hartman George Uncle M W 83 1857 M No 8 Canada Same House
Name Father Mother Lang. Vet. Soc.Sec. Occupation Mar.
Spies Alice Germany New York
English

Housewife / Home
No / 51 / 0
Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Alexandria, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T627_2544; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 23-6.
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Lawrence Albert Hartman — Child of George Hartman & (1) Elizabeth Kufer

Census 1910 Hartman, Lawrence Albert

HARTMAN, LAURENCE (1910 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, RODMAN
Series: T624 Roll: 954 Page: 180B
Ancestry.com Image: 24 of 29
Lawrence Albert Hartman & (1) Elizabeth Lewis
Note: First name is Laurence, not Lawrence
ED 0039: Rodman Town
1910 United States Federal Census (15 Apr 1910)
Rodman, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 9 May 1910
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Immigration Occupation
Hartman Laurence Head M W 28 1882 M 7 New York Ger German New York
Farmer / Gen Farm
Hartman Elizabeth Wife F W 26 1884 M 7 Can English Can English Can English 1903
Hartman Emeral G Son M W 6 1904 S New York New York Can English

Hartman Alfonso A Son M W 2 1908 S New York New York Can English

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Rodman, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T624_954; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 0039; FHL microfilm: 1374967.
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Census 1910 Coats, Olive Maude

COOKSLEY, ALFRED (1910 U.S. Census)
WASHINGTON, KING, 12-WD SEATTLE
Series: T624 Roll: 1662 Page: 140A
Ancestry.com Image: 20 of 24
Olive Maude Coats, 2nd wife of Lawrence Albert Hartman
& her 1st husband, Alfred Cooksley

ED 0193: Seattle City, Ward 12 (part) 1st Precinct
1910 United States Federal Census (15 Apr 1910)
Seattle, King Co, Washington. Enumerated 29 Apr 1910
Address: 3215 37th Av Sou.
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Cooksley Alfred Head M W 29 1881 M 1 New York England England Printer
Cooksley Olive M Wife F W 26 1884 M 1 New York New York New York None
Cooksley Edith M Daughter F W 1 1909
Washington New York New York None
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Seattle Ward 12, King, Washington; Roll: T624_1662; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 0193; FHL microfilm: 1375675.
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Census 1920 Hartman, Lawrence Albert

HARTMAN, LAWRENCE A (1920 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK , JEFFERSON, 9-WD WATER TOWN
Series: T625 Roll: 1117 Page: 111B
Ancestry.com Image: 24 of 44
Lawrence Albert Hartman & (2) Olive Maude Coats
1920 United States Federal Census (1 Jan 1920)
Watertown, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 10 Jan 1920
Address: 848 West Main Street
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Hartman Lawrence A Head M W 38 1881 M New York New York New York Millwright / carriage and auto shop
Hartman Olive Wife F W 35 1884 M New York New York New York None
Hartman Emeral Son M W 15 1904 S New York New York Canada Waiter / ice cream parlor
Hartman Edith Step Daughter F W 10 1909 S Washington England New York None
Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Watertown Ward 9, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T625_1117; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 57; Image: 226.
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Census 1930 Hartman, Lawrence Albert

(1930 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, 1-WD WATERTOWN
Series: T626 Roll: 1443 Page: 86A
HeritageQuest.com Image: 29 of 68
Ancestry.com Image: 3 of 39
Lawrence Albert Hartman & (2) Olive Maude Coats
Note: First name is Laurence, not Lawrence
Note: Edith was born in Washington, not D.C.
1930 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1930)
Watertown, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 2 Apr 1930
Address: 129 Central Street
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Born Father Mother Occupation
Hartman Laurence Head M W 45 ~1885 M @21 New York Canada English New York Supt. repairs / school buildings
Hartman Olive Wife F W 44 ~1886 M @25 New York New York New York none
Hartman Edith M Daughter F W 20 ~1910 S Dist Columbia New York New York stenographer / pad co.
Hartman Shirley A Daughter F W 7 ~1923 S New York New York New York none
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Watertown, Jefferson, New York; Roll: 1443; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 51; Image: 747.0; FHL microfilm: 2341178.
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Census 1940 Hartman, Lawrence Albert

HARTMAN, LAWRENCE (1940 U.S. Census)
NEW YORK, JEFFERSON, WATERTOWN CITY, WATERTOWN, WARD 1
Series: T627 Roll: 2545 Page: 376B & 377A
Ancestry.com Image: 20 & 21 of 30
Lawrence Albert Hartman & (2) Olive Maude Coats.
Note Edith is Lawrence's daughter, not wife.
Note Donna Marie is Lawrence's stepdaughter, not daughter.
1940 United States Federal Census (1 Apr 1940)
Watertown, Jefferson Co, New York. Enumerated 29 Apr 1940. ED 23-64, Sheet 10B
Address: 129 Central Streetx
Name Reln. Sex Race Age Est Born Status Educ. Born Residence Occupation
Hartman Lawrence Head M W 49 ~1891 M No C-1 New York Same Supt. of School / Bldgs-City
Hartman Olive Wife F W 50 ~1890 M No 8 New York Same
Hartman Shirley A Daughter F W 17 ~1923 S Yes H-1 New York Same
Henderson Donald Son-in-law M W 25 ~1915 M No 8 Pennsylvania U.S.Army Loading / Paper Co
Henderson Edith Wife F W 31 ~1909 M No H-4 Washington Same Stenographer / Paper Co
Henderson Donna Marie Daughter F W 2 ~1938 S No 0 New York

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Watertown, Jefferson, New York; Roll: T627_2545; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 23-64.
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Immigration Sources
  1. Immigration of John Adam Hartmann
  2. Immigration of Hieronymus Bickelhaupt
  3. Immigration of Christina Quencer
  4. Immigration of Philipp Vogt
  5. George Hartman Obituary
  6. Adam Bickelhaupt Birthday
  1. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Adam Hartmann
    This data was obtained from a German departure document.
    Name: Adam Hartmann
    Year: 1853
    Age: 38
    Estimated Birth Year: ~1815
    Place: America
    Family Members: Wife Eva Weber 29;
    Daughter Elisabetha 6 months;
    Sister Maria Elisabetha 19;
    Brother Heinrich;
    Mother Marie Elisabetha Stein 56;
    Father Adam 65;
    Daughter Marie Elisabetha 2;
    Son Johannes 8;
    Daughter Anna Margaretha 6;
    Son Adam 4
    Source Publication Code: 2526.43
    Primary Immigrant: Hartmann, Adam
    Annotation: Immigrants from the Odenwald District of Hesse. Book 2. Date and port of arrival. Occupation and family data may also be provided.
    Source Bibliography: GIEG, ELLA. Auswanderungen aus dem Odenwaldkreis. Band 2. Luetzelbach: Ella Gieg, 1989. 240p.
    Page: 127

    Source Citation: Place: America; Year: 1853; Page Number: 127.

  2. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Hieronymus Bickelhaupt
    This data was obtained from a German departure document.
    Name: Hieronymus Bickelhaupt
    Year: 1853
    Place: New York, New York
    Family Members: Wife Margaretha Hartmann;
    Son Leonhard;
    Son Georg;
    Son Adam
    Source Publication Code: 2526.43
    Primary Immigrant: Bickelhaupt, Hieronymus
    Annotation: Immigrants from the Odenwald District of Hesse. Book 2. Date and port of arrival. Occupation and family data may also be provided.
    Source Bibliography: GIEG, ELLA. Auswanderungen aus dem Odenwaldkreis. Band 2. Luetzelbach: Ella Gieg, 1989. 240p.
    Page: 125

    Soure Citation: Place: New York, New York; Year: 1853; Page Number: 125.

  3. New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 about Christina Quenzer
    Ship Name: Antocrat
    Arrival Date: 10 Oct 1859
    Place of Origin: Baden
    Port of Departure: Le Havre, France
    Destination: United States of America
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Port Arrival State: New York
    Port Arrival Country: United States
    Burthen 893
    Name Est. Birth Age Gender Line
    Philipp Quenzer ~1799 60 Male 14
    Catharine Quenzer ~1800 59 Female 15
    Christina Quenzer ~1828 31 Female 16
    Martin Quenzer ~1841 18 Male 17
    Catharine Quenzer ~1838 21 Female 18
    Martin Quenzer ~1832 27 Male 19
    Source Citation: Year: 1859; Arrival: New York, United States; Microfilm Serial: M237; Microfilm Roll: 196; Line: 16; List Number: 1009.

  4. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Philipp Vogt
    This data was obtained from a German departure document.
    Name: Philipp Vogt
    Year: 1870
    Place: America
    Source Publication Code: 2526.42
    Primary Immigrant: Vogt, Philipp
    Annotation: Immigrants from the Odenwald District of Hesse. Book 1. Date and port of arrival. Other genealogical and historical information are also provided.
    Source Bibliography: GIEG, ELLA. Auswanderungen aus dem Odenwaldkreis. Band 1. Luetzelbach: Ella Gieg, 1988. 204p.
    Page: 133

    Source Citation: Place: America; Year: 1870; Page Number: 133.

  5. George Hartman Obituary
    (From the Watertown Daily Times, Watertown, NY September 22, 1951)
    GEORGE HARTMAN, 94, RETIRED FARMER, DIES
    - Golden Sheaf Granger Had Lived in Redwood Area Nearly All His Life --
    Went Sleighing at 91.-
    (Special to the Times)

        Redwood, Sept. 21 - George Hartman, 94, retired farmer who lived in this area nearly all his life, died last night at 7 at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Percy E Timerman of LaFargeville.
        Despite his advanced age, he had been active until last July when he fell downstairs. Since then, his health had grown steadily worse.
        One of the organizers of the Kirkland grange here and a Golden Sheaf granger, Mr. Hartman had lived with his daughter for about seven years. For about half a century before that, he had a farm near Browns Corners on the Alexandria Bay-Redwood road.
        Funeral services will be Monday afternoon with a prayer at the Timerman home at 1:30 and regular service at 2 in the Lutheran church at Orleans Four Corners. Rev. Teofil Bartnicki, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Browns Corners cemetery.
        Mr. Hartman was twice-married and twice-widowed. His first wife was the former Miss Elizabeth Cuffer who died March 14, 1890. He had one son by that marriage, Lawrence A. Hartman, who was superintendent of the Watertown public school buildings at the time of his sudden death April 1, 1944, at the age of 63.
        On Oct. 28, 1890, he married the former Miss Sophie M. Vogt, who died Sept. 23, 1930. They had three children who survive Mrs. Louise Timerman and her twin sister, Mrs. Charles (Lotha) Snell of Alexandria Bay, and Adam Hartman of Massena.
        Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Kate Snell of Plessis, now past 85, and five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
        Mr. Hartman came from a long-lived family. His father, John Adam Hartman, lived to be 95. Two of his other three sisters lived until they were past 90 and one lived into her late 80's. A brother, John Hartman, died just before he became 80.
        His father came to this country by sailboat from Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, in 1853, with the Hironemus Bickelhaupt family. Hironemus Bickelhaupt, father of the late Adam Bickelhaupt of this village, had married a Margart Hartman in Germany; so the two families were related by those ties.
        With the Hartmans was their grandfather who died before the ship reached the New York Harbor and was buried at sea. Another sorrowful event of their coming was in Watertown when the family, none of whom could speak English, was crossing the old Court street bridge on the way to meet a German who lived on the north side. The elder Hartman's youngest son, a child in arms, had been ill and he died that night as his mother was carrying him across the bridge.
        The Hartmans settled at Redwood. But later, John Adam Hartman and his wife, Mrs. Anna Eva Hartman, thought their chances for higher pay would be better in Canada. Their son, George, was born there, in Waterloo, Ont., on Jan.11, 1857.
        When George was about a year old, the Hartmans moved back to this vicinity and stayed from then on. His father worked for one of the German settlers here for a while. Later, the family operated farms on the Redwood-Alexandria Bay road, in the Calaboga section, and at English settlement near Theresa. In the last place, they lived in a small log house near today's Morgan cut.
        Soon after he was first married, Mr. Hartman rented the Adam Snell farm near LaFargeville and stayed there for 22 years. Then he bought the farm at Browns Corners and lived there until after his second wife's death.
        At Browns Corners in those early days, he looked after their cemetery there on his own time.
        He yearly became active in grange affairs. He first joined the LaFargeville grange in the 1890's and then transferred his membership to the Plessis group. He served as master at Plessies [sic]. He then became a charter member of the Kirkland grange here and long served as treasurer.
        One of those most interested in the G.L.F., Mr. Hartman helped get it organized here and he was the first agent the group had of Jefferson county. He brought the first carload of feed and seeds into Redwood for the G.L.F.
        A faithful member of St. Paul's Lutheran church here since he was 16, he head served as treasurer of the mission board and was 50 years one of the members of the church council. He belonged [to] the state grange, having taken the sixth degree at a state session in Watertown in 1910. He was also a member of the Jefferson Pomona grange.
        He was a charter and continuous member of the Jefferson county farm bureau and several times held office in that group.
        Even when he was in his late 80's, Mr. Hartman used to drive his own car. And on his 91st birthday, to demonstrate his agility he got on a sled guided by his son and took a trip down a snow-covered hill at Orleans Four Corners.

  6. Adam Bickelhaupt Birthday
    (Newspaper Article, supplied by Arlene Comstock [dancoms@directcon.net])

        Redwood, March 10 -- Adam Bickelhaupt, banker and retired cheese manufacturer, celebrated his 82nd birthday at his home in Redwood today. Mr. Bickelhaupt is in good health and enjoyed the gathering of his children at his home for the birthday celebration and received the good wishes of his fellow townsmen.
        He was born in Hasse-Damstadt, Germany. He well remembers the morning they left their home and started ... the United States. His parents, Hieronemus and Margaret Harman Bickelhaupt, had for some time been thinking of making this move.
        Mr. Bickelhaupt was five years old at the time they left Germany and he remembers very vividly of being awakened our of a sound sleep at 3 in the morning and sleepily going down stairs from his room, half wondering what it was all about. Down in the living room there was confusion with several bundles of goods tied up and located about the floor. In the darkness his uncle picked him up and put him on his shoulder and went up the winding path around the house and the family followed, loaded with bundles, till they came to the main road where they packed themselves in covered wagons. There was the trip to the seaport in Holland, the transfer to the larger ship off London and the 15 days sailing before they reached New York. Grandpa was on board with the family coming to America, but took sick and died at sea. That made an impression upon the boy Adam, as did the arrival in Watertown at 10 one night the year the railroad was completed to that city. The train stopped near lower Court street and the family got off to find a place to sleep. They could not speak English, but were told to ask for a Mr. Falling who kept a hotel and could speak German.
        The family group timidly made their way up Court street to where they saw a light. Reaching the place the father managed to make the name of Falling known, and the man questioned pointed down Court street and told them to "cross the bridge". Little Adam heard the English words "cross the bridge" and asked his mother "Vot vass a britg, and what would they have to do?"
        An uncle came with the family and had a son the same age and by the same name as Adam. He had taken ill on the boat and as the little group made their way across the bridge the uncle carried the sick lad. Suddenly the uncle in German words said that the boy was dead. It was true. Midnight, in a strange city, strange people, strange language and a dead cousin, made an impression on the boy Adam.
        It has been a long road from that day to this, but it has always been upward with Mr. Bickelhaupt. His life story reads like a romance. It will be told more completely in a series of short chapters in The Times.
        Soon came the time when he was in business and July 14, 1874, he married a splendid girl who was a worthy companion as he built up his fortune. Her name was Mina L. Olney and they went to Watertown to have the presiding elder of the Methodist church marry them. There was a trip to Montreal and back to Redwood for the work before them.
        As a successful merchant he began the manufacture of cheese in a limited way. There came a time when he was regarded as the foremost limburger cheese maker of the east with ?? factories. In all his dealings with the farmers there were none to say but what he paid them more than he promised for their milk.
        When the Redwood bank was organized he was made the president and is a director in other banks and trustee of the Watertown Savings bank. Mr. Bickelhaupt is greatly pleased with the new, attractive and modern banking building that has just been completed on land that he has long reserved for such a purpose.
        A couple of years ago he concluded it hurt to sell his cheese and dairy business to one of the nationally known dairy firms. For eleven years he was supervisor of the town of Alexandria.
        In June, 1921, Mr. Bickelhaupt was saddened by the death of his wife. Two daughters passed away in their early married life. There are three children living, Miles of Utica, Carl of Redwood and Cala, who married Earl Hathaway and resides in Syracuse.
        Mr. Bickelhaupt is a member of the Lutheran church. He gives warm praise to the people of Redwood for their kindness to him through all the years. In his fine home on the Main street, he is surrounded with books, magazines and papers.



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