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Hughes Relations: Dillman Family

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Andrew Dillman (1753-1823): m. Anna Barbara Roush (1759-1842)
  • 1776, And. Dillman of Penn Twp., Northumberland County, taxed as a single man [Pennsylvania, Northumberland County, 1776 Tax List]
  • 13 Mar. 1778, Andrew Dilman enlisted as a private in Lt. Stoy's Company, Col. Walter Stewart's regiment, Pennsylvania line, and served three years, DAR #A036109 [DAR, Application #A036109]
  • 1790, Andrew Dillman of Penn Twp., Northumberland County, taxed [Pennsylvania, Northumberland County, 1790 Tax List]
  • 1790, Andrew Dilman, 136 [USA, 1790 Census, Pennsylvania, Northumberland County]
  • 22 Nov. 1799, Andrew Dilman taxed [Kentucky, Bracken County, 1799 Tax List]
  • 1810, Bracken Co., Kentucky (Augusta, Andrew Dilman, 11101-01001 [USA, 1810 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 5 Oct. 1818, Andrew Dilman, private, applied for pension from Bracken Co., Kentucky, placed on pension roll 15 Nov. 1820 [US Army, Pension Roll]
  • 1820, Bracken Co., Kentucky (Andrew Dilman, 51231-2101, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1830, Bracken Co., Kentucky (Saml Dillman, 02002-3000010001 [USA, 1830 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1840, Brown Co., Ohio (Lewis Twp., John Dillman, 01020001-0120101001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Brown County] [the oldest female is most likely Barbara Dillman]
  • 20 June 1840, Barbara Dilman, widow of Andrew, applied for pension at Brown Co., Ohio [US Army, Pension Roll]
  • 1842, "Andrew Dillman, a soldier of the Revolution, 1751-1823, Barbara Roush, his wife, 1759-1842, Freedom's Heroes, They sleep in Jesus, Erected by a Grateful Posterity" [Kentucky, Chatham, Sharon Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Dillman, Jacob Andrew, Genealogy and History of the Dillman Family, 1896. The family is described on p. 2-9. Most information shared here also appears in the Houser genealogy.
  • Houser, W.W., Genealogy of the Houser, Rhorer, Dillman, Hoover Families, 1910. On p. 172-175: "the Revolutionary soldier ... Andrew Dillman, was born in Adams County, Pennsylvania, October 21, 1751 [wrong] ... brought up on a farm, but later he learned the carpenter's trade and a millwright ... about 1777, he was married to Barbary Roush ... served four years in the Revolutionary war ... he was in the battles of Germantown and Brandywine, after his death his widow drew a pension ... parents of thirteen children ... in the year 1794 Andrew and his brother George emigrated to the west ... Andrew settling in Mason county (afterwards Bracken county, Kentucky) about four miles from Augusta ... rather tall and well proportioned. Dark brown hair which in after years turned silver white which with his long white beard ... a very strict temperance man and a hater of human slavery ... in religion he was a Dunker ... May 21, 1823, he complained of not feeling well and ... his spirit was gone to God who gave it ... Barbary (Roush) Dillman was born December 17, 1759 ... in her old age, she was very beautiful ... below the medium height, but fully built, with small dimple hands ... she died November 17, 1842 ..."
Andrew Dillman (1790-1872): m. Elizabeth Bruner (1797-1881)
  • 1820, Andrew Dillman, 101-20101 [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Jessamine County]
  • 1830, Andrew Dilman, 310011-0220001 [USA, 1830 Census, Kentucky, Jessamine County]
  • 1840, Andrew Dillman, 11110001-1101001 [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 13 Aug. 1850, res. Perry Twp., Andrew Dillman 59 farmer PA, Elizabeth 52 KY, Isaac 18 farmer KY, Sarah 16 IN, Julia A 14 IN, Henry F 12 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 5 Sep. 1860, res. Perry Twp., Andw Dillman 69 farmer PA, Elizabeth 63 KY [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 16 Aug. 1870, res. Perry Twp., Andrew Dilman 79 farmer PA, Elizabeth 72 KY, Mary Young 14 IN [USA, 1870 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 12 June 1880, res. Perry Twp., Henry F Dillman 41 farmer IN, Martha J 38 IN, Lu Elsworth 13 IN, Cora E 11 IN, Mamie E 9 IN, Florence E 5 IN, Bell E 3 IN, mother Elizabeth 86 KY, servant Julia Woodward 22 servant IN [USA, 1880 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
Barbara Dillman (1787-1858): m. John Rhorer (1786-1869)
  • 1820, res. Franklin Twp., John Rohrer, 2101-3101 [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 1830, res. Franklin Twp., John Rorer, 2030101-0212001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 1840, John Rohrer, 00200001-01112001 [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 30 Sep. 1850, res. Jackson Twp., John Rhorer 63 farmer MD, Barbara 60 PA, Simeon 19 student OH, Julia A 17 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 12 June 1860, res. Jackson Twp, Simeon Rhorer 33 farmer OH, Sarah A 32 KY, Louesa 7 IN, William 5 IN, Emma 3 IN, Idea 2m IN, John 74 MD [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
Catherine Apollonia Dillman (1751--): m. Michael Philip Zoeller (c1748-1806)
  • 1800, res. Heidelberg Twp, Michael Zeller, 21012-12021 [USA, 1800 Census, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County]
Catherine Dillman (1792-1842): m. Samuel Rhorer (1793-1876)
  • 1820, Samuel Rorhrer, 2001-3101 [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Jessamine County]
  • 1840, Samuel Rohrer, 0210001-1001101 [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 10 Aug. 1850, res. Perry Twp, Samuel Rhorer 57 MD, Elizabeth 52 PA, Jonathan N 16 farmer IN, Nancy M 12 IN, Julia C 9 IN, Martha Owsley 13 IN, Geo H Rhorer 23 farmer KY [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Monroe County]
  • 14 June 1870, res. Shawswick Twp, Samuel Rhorer 77 farmer MD, Elizabeth 72 PA, Anna E Dilman 20 IN [USA, 1870 Census, Indiana, Lawrence County]
Clarissa C. Dillman (1848-1928): m. Abraham Charles Forney (1830-1901)
  • 1 June 1870, res. Otoe Pct, A C Forney 38 farmer OH, C C 24 IN, C E 2m NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
  • 11 June 1880, res. Pawnee City, Abraham E Forney 50 farmer OH, Clara C 34 IN, Sylvinus E 10 NE, Christina E 7 NE, Martha C 5 NE, John W 4 NE, Gracia M 8m NE [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Pawnee County]
  • 1 June 1900, res. Twp 3, Ace Forney 68 farmer OH, Clara C 52 IN, Sylvenus 30 farm laborer NE, Frank M 17 MT, James M 15 OR, Laura M 12 OR [USA, 1900 Census, California, Lassen County]
  • 7 May 1910, res. Colusa Twp, John T Dunfield 27 teamster MO, Laura N 22 OR, Kathryn R 4 CA, mL Clara C Forney wd 62 NE [USA, 1910 Census, California, Colusa County]
  • 17 Jan. 1920, res. Second St, Colusa, Charles D Roe 53 carpenter IA, Mabel G 40 NE, Andrew S 20 machinist CA, Clarence C 18 messenger CA, James H 12 CA, broL Earl H Benedict 45 machinist IL, sisL Laura N 32 OR, mL Clara C Forney wd 73 NE, niece Ethel L 9 CA, nephew Leslie B Ball 23 range laborer CA [USA, 1920 Census, California, Colusa County]
Conrad Dillman (1765-1834): m. Mary Elizabeth Christina Bindnagel (c1767--)
  • 1800, res. Potter Twp, Conrad Dilman, 1001-4001 [USA, 1800 Census, Pennsylvania, Centre County]
  • 1810, res. Potter Twp, Conrad Dilman, 20001-11211 [USA, 1810 Census, Pennsylvania, Centre County]
  • 1820, res. Green Twp, Conrad Dilman, 00001-01001 [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Stark County]
  • 1830, res. Green Twp, Conrad Dillman, 000000001-000000001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Stark County]
Conrad Dillman (1798-1858): m. Lydia Reed (1802-1882)
  • 1830, res. Lewis Twp., Conradt Dillman, 000001-30001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1840, res. Lewis Twp., Coonrod Dillman, 1000101-013002, 1 ag, 1 manuf [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 18 Sep. 1850, res. Franklin Twp., Conrod Dillman 51 carpenter KY, Lydia 49 KY, Harriet 19 OH, Laura E 15 OH, William H 12 OH, Andrew R 8 OH, Josephine 5 OH, James H 3 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 1 Aug. 1860, res. Franklin Twp., Lydia Dillman 55 domestic KY, Henry 22 farm laborer OH, Andrew R 20 school teacher OH, Josephine 16 domestic OH, James H 14 OH [USA, 1860 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 21 June 1880, res. St. Joseph Twp., Jonathan Howser 58 farmer OH, Margaret J 53 OH, Christopher L 16 IL, servant Maggie Watson 17 housekeeper OH, servant Jas H Clark 24 farm laborer VA, mL Lydia Dillman 78 KY [USA, 1880 Census, Illinois, Champaign County]
Daniel Frederick Dillman (1853-1924): m. Rosetta Cluster (1863-1931)
  • 22 June 1880, res. Liberty Pct., Daniel Dillman 25 farmer IN, James W Bailey 38 farmer OH, Mary E 29 IN, Nora 9 NE, Dora 7 NE, Martin 6 NE, Edwin 5 NE, Bruce W 2 NE, son 1m NE [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 10 June 1900, res. Gallatin, Stanley Dillman 47 painter IN, Rozetta A 37 MO, Plarie J 14 KS, Omar D 12 KS, Charles D 10 MO, Iva 7 MO [USA, 1900 Census, Missouri, Daviess County]
  • 15 Apr. 1910, res. Yates Center, 1st Ward, Daniel F Dillman 57 painter IN, Rozettea 47 MO, Jesse P painter 23 KS, Daniel O 22 painter KS, Iva M 17 saleslady MO, Darrell D 7 MO [USA, 1910 Census, Kansas, Woodson County]
  • 1915, res. Yates Center, D F Dillman 63 painter IN, Rosetta 53 MO, O P 27 painter KS, Iva J 22 clerk MO, D D 12 MO [Kansas, 1915 Census, Woodson County]
  • 9 Jan. 1920, res. 810 Halida, Yates Center, 1st Ward, Daniel Dillman 64 painter IN, Rozetta 57 MO, Omer 32 painter KS, Darrell 17 KS [USA, 1920 Census, Kansas, Woodson County]
David Bowman Dillman (1820-1906): m. Rebecca Jane Byers (1822-1907)
  • 23 June 1841, David B. Dilman & Rebecca Jane Byers married by justice of the peace Jesse Gard [Indiana, Switzerland County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 23 Aug. 1850, res. Geneva Twp., David B Dillman 30 blacksmith KY, Rebecca J 28 IN, Samuel A 6 IN, Samantha A 4 IN, Clarrissa 2 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Jennings County]
  • 21 July 1860, res. Jackson Twp., David B Dillman 40 farmer KY, Rebecca J 38 IN, Saml A 16 IN, Samantha 13 IN, Clarissa 12 IN, Mary E 9 IN, David F 7 IN, Laura N 2 IA [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Warren County]
  • 26 Sep. 1867, "County Republican Convention. Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Sept. 24th, 1867. Pursuant to a call of the Republican County Committee, the delegates from the various precincts in Cass county assembled at the Court House at 2 o'clock, P.M. ... The committee reported the following delegates present: ... Mount Pleasant. W.J. Linch, David Dillman, S.M. Kirkpatrick, J.F. Buck, S.B. Hobson." [Nebraska, Plattsmouth, Plattsmouth Weekly Herald]
  • 19 July 1870, res. Mt. Pleasant Pct., D B Dillman 50 physician & farmer KY, Rebecca J 48 IN, Frederick 16 IN, Laura 13 IA, Nancy 11 IA, Harry Ellsworth 2 NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 1879, "The election of 1858 was for State officers and member of Congress. The vote on the latter office being: Samuel R. Curtis, 969; H.H. Trimble, 615; D.B. Dillman, 4." [The History of Warren County, Iowa, p. 363]
  • 14 June 1880, res. Washington Twp., David Dillman 60 farmer KY, Rebecca 59 IN, gs Harry E 10 NE [USA, 1880 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 24 June 1891, "A large party of relatives and friends assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Dillman last evening to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage ..." [Kansas, Mankato, Jewell County Monitor]
  • 1 Mar. 1895, res. Mankato, D B Dillman 74 KY, R J 72 IN, Alice McGaugh 19 NE; D B enlisted in IA Co K 10th Inf [Kansas, 1895 Census, Jewell County]
  • 4 June 1900, res. High St., Mankato, David B Dillman 80 KY, Rebecca J 77 IN, servant Alma Stockham 17 housekeeper KS [USA, 1900 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1 Mar. 1905, res. Mankato, D B Dillman 84 KY, R J 81 KY, S A 61 drayman IN, M J 59 NY, E L 17 KS, Esther 7 KS [Kansas, 1905 Census, Jewell County]
  • 5 Apr. 1906, David B. Dillman died Monday morning. He was "born in Bracken county, Kentucky, May 12, 1820 ... resided in Kentucky with his parents until he reached maturity and then moved to Indiana where he was married to Rebecca Jane Byers June 23, 1841 ... eight children, six of whom are still living. Five of the children were present at the death of their father, one daughter, living in California, being unable to reach his bedside. In January 1862 David Dillman enlisted in Co. K, the 10th Iowa, where he served until June 1863 ... in 1878 ... moved to Jewell county and located on a farm southeast of this city. A few years later they moved to Mankato ... Grandpa was the oldest man in this city and had been an invalid for more than a year ... laid to rest in the cemetery west of town" [Kansas, Mankato, Jewell County Advertiser]
  • 6 Apr. 1906, "D.B. Dillman, one of the oldest residents of this vicinity, died Monday ... funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church ... was the oldest member of the G.A.R. post of this city ... leaves an aged wife and six living children, five of whom were present at the funeral. Three daughters live in this city, Mrs. John Klasinn, Mrs. J. Baylie and Mrs. M.M. Nelson. One son, S.A. Dillman, lives in Osborne, and another son, Dan, lives in Missouri. The other daughter lives in California." [Kansas, Mankato, Western Advocate]
  • 11 July 1907, "Dan Dillman of St. Joe came up this week to attend the funeral of his mother." [Kansas, Mankato, Jewell County Monitor]
  • 12 July 1907, "Mrs. D.B. Dillman ... of Mankato, passed away last Friday ... Rebecca Jane Byers was born on the 11th day of September, 1822, and died July 5, 1907 ... she was married to David B. Dillman in Indiana, June 23, 1841 ... eight children, six girls and two sons, four of the daughters and both sons still survive. Three of the daughters and one son were present at the funeral, one daughter residing in California and a son, Sam, living at Osborne, not being able to come. Three of the daughters, Mrs. John Klasinn, Mrs. J.M. Baylie and Mrs. M.M. Nelson, reside in this city ..." [Kansas, Mankato, Western Advocate]
  • 1907, "Father David B. Dillman, May 12, 1820, Apr. 2, 1906, ... Mother Rebecca J., wife of David B. Dillman Dec. 11, 1822, July 5, 1906" [Kansas, Mankato, Mount Hope Cemetery, Inscriptions] [Rebecca's year of death is in error.]
Elizabeth Dillman (1795-1867): m. David Houser (1789-1878)
  • 1830, res. Franklin Twp, David Howser, 0212001-222001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 1840, res. Franklin Twp, David Houser, 11121001-0022001 [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 11 Sep. 1850, res. Franklin Twp, David Houser 60 grocer MD, Elizabeth 54 KY, David G 27 IN, Milton P 25 chain maker KY, John M 19 chain maker OH, Cynthia Johnson 26 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 11 June 1860, res. Atlanta, David Howser 65 merchant MD, Elizabeth 65 KY [USA, 1860 Census, Illinois, Logan County]
  • 4 June 1870, res. East Lincoln Twp, J P Howser 35 dry goods clerk OH, Mary E 31 IL, W W 10 IL, Harry 4 IL, David 81 dry goods clerk MD [USA, 1870 Census, Illinois, Logan County]
Eve Dillman (1778--): m. Jacob Byers (c1774--)
  • 1810, Jacob Boyers, 1101-1001 [USA, 1810 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1820, Jacob Byres, 00101-0011, 2 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1830, Jacob Byers Sr, 00000001-010000001 [USA, 1830 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1840, Jacob Byers, 000000001-000100001 [USA, 1840 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1 Aug. 1850, Jacob Byers Sr 76 farmer PA, Eva 69 PA [USA, 1850 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
Frederick W. Dillman (1788-1836): m. Mary Bowman (1790-1865)
  • 29 Aug. 1813, Frederick Dillman enlisted at Newport, 4th corporal, in Captain James Armstrong's Company, Kentucky Mounted Volunteers, regiment commanded by Colonel William Mountjoy, mustered out 3 Nov. 1813 [Kentucky Militia Records]
  • 1820, Frederick Dilman, 2001-1001, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1830, Frederick Dillman, 0112001-0010001 [USA, 1830 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1830, Frederick Dilman, 111101-011001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1840, Mary Dillmon, 0001-0000001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 22 Aug. 1850, res. Geneva Twp., John Alloway 66 merchant VA, Ara 60 PA, Amanda 17 IN, Alabama 16 IN, Elizabeth 10 IN, John McClure 29 merchant KY [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Jennings County]
  • 2 June 1860, res. Mariposa Twp., J Alloway 77 VA, Mary 69 MD [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Jasper County]
  • 1863, "John Alloway ..." [Iowa, Jasper County, Hewitt Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 1865, "Frederick Dillman, 1788-1836, Mary Dillman, 1790-1865", "In Memory of Frederick Dillman who died Sept. 21, 1836, Aged 48 Yrs., 10 Mos., 6 Days", "Mary Dillman Alloway, died Oct. 12, 1865" [Indiana, Hartsville, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Dillman, Jacob Andrew, Genealogy and History of the Dillman Family, 1896. On p. 14-15 and 20-24: "Frederick W. Dillman was born in Adams Co., Pa. Nov. 14, 1788 ... he met a young German girl in the road carrying a wooden paddle or shovel used by the Dutch folks in handling their bread .. in the following spring my father and Mary Bouman, the little Dutch girl ... were married ... she was born near Hagerstown, Maryland, Feb. 27, 1790 ... settled in Bracken County. In the year 1813 after the surrender of Hull at Detroit he enlisted in the Kentucky Volunteers ... at the battle of the River Thames ... after the war he settled on Bullskin creek in Clermont county, Ohio and ran a saw mill, but in a year or two returned to Bracken County to take charge of the old farm ... in the spring of 1830 he moved to Brown County, Ohio ... till September 1834, when he moved to Decatur County, Ind. ... In September 1836, he was attacked with malaria - bilious fever and died ... about five feet seven inches in height, rather stoutly built, and weighed about 175 pounds; dark eyes, dark hair and fair skin ... In December, 1843, Mother (Mary Dillman) was married again to John Alloway ... in the spring of 1852 they moved to Jasper County, Iowa ... On the 7th of May 1863, Alloway died and shortly afterward Mary Alloway returned to Indiana ... devoted Christian. Wherever her lot was cast she attached herself to some church and thus during her life had been a Dunker, United Brethren, and a Baptist ... she excelled most women of her times in spinning and weaving ... about medium height, rather slender than stout, a pleasing countenance, fair complexion, brown eyes and dark brown hair that when undone fell to her heels"; "are buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, three miles south of Hartsville, Indiana"
  • Houser, W.W., Genealogy of the Houser, Rhorer, Dillman, Hoover Families, 1910. On p. 176: "Frederick Dillman was born in Pennsylvania, November 14, 1788. He married Mary Boman of Jessamine County, Kentucky, in 1811 ... eight children, four sons and four daughters ... settled in Bracken county, Kentucky, then moved to Clermont county, Ohio, then back to Kentucky, in 1830 he moved to Brown county, Ohio, and in 1834 ... he located in Decatur county, Indiana, where he died September 21, 1836 ... his wife ... died October 12, 1865 ..."
George Michael Dillman (c1760--): m. Christina Heifer (c1765--)
  • 1790, Michael Dilman, 112 [USA, 1790 Census, Pennsylvania, Northumberland County]
George Dillman (1781-1869): 1m. Mary Rhorer (1792-1845), 2m. Mary L. Wilkey (c1801--)
  • 1820, res. Huntington Twp., George Dillman, 1001-30001, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1830, res. Lewis Twp., George Dillman, 0110001-121201 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1840, res. Lewis Twp., George Dillman, 00101001-1012101, 2 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 10 Sep. 1850, res. Franklin Twp., George Dillman 66 stone mason PA, Mary L 49 farmer PA, Eli 25 OH, Amanda 18 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 27 July 1860, res. Felicity, George Dilman 77 carpenter PA, Mary L 59 PA, Andrew A Evans 41 cooper OH [USA, 1860 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
Hans George Dillman (1682-1731): m. Euphrosine Stober (c1686-1746)
  • 17 Nov. 1705, "Joh. Georg Dillmann, legitimate son of the deceased Johannes Conrad Dillmann, citizen, & Catherina his wife, with Euphrosina, the unmarried daughter of the deceased Conrad Stober, schoolteacher of Neureut." [Germany, Knielingen, Evangelical Church, Marriages]
  • 12 Aug. 1709, baptism of Johannes Michael, b. 11 Aug. 1709, son of Johannes Georg & Euphrosina Dillmann, sponsors: Johannes Michael Linder and Anna Maria [Germany, Eggenstein, Evangelical Church, Baptisms]
  • 14 Aug. 1711, birth of Conradt, son of Hans Georg & Euphrosina Dillmann, sponsors: Hans Michael Linder & Anna Maria, Johann & Anna Barbara [Germany, Eggenstein, Evangelical Church, Baptisms]
  • 9 Mar. 1715, birth of Anna Barbara, dau. of Hans Georg & Euphrosina Dillmann, sponsors: Johannes & Anna Barbara [Germany, Eggenstein, Evangelical Church, Baptisms]
  • 5 May 1717, birth of Anna Maria, dau. of Johannes Georg & Euphrosina Dillmann, sponsors: Johannes & Anna Barbara [Germany, Eggenstein, Evangelical Church, Baptisms]
  • 5 Dec. 1721, birth of Eva Rosina, dau. of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Baptisms]
  • 29 Feb. 1724, birth of Hans George, son of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Baptisms]
  • 5 June 1728, birth of Maria Salome, dau. of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Baptisms]
  • 1 June 1731, death of Hans George Dillman, age 50 years 2 months [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Deaths]
  • 15 June 1731, death of Conrad, son of Hans Georg Dillman, age 19 years 10 months [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Deaths]
  • 25 Dec. 1732, death of Maria Salome, dau. of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Deaths]
  • 28 Feb. 1746, "Euphrosina, born Stober, wife of the deceased Johann Georg Dillmann, he was a local citizen, joint pain, in her 60th year" [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Deaths]
  • Stillman, Andrew, "Update on Hans Georg Dillmann and Euphrosina Stober", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 2:3, March 2010, p. 5-6
  • Stillman, G. Andrew, "Insights into the Heritage of Hans Georg Dillmann and Margaretha Murr", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 1:4, June 2009, p. 4-16
  • Stillman, G. Andrew, "Hunt for Hans Georg Dillmann's Ancestry", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 5:1, Sept. 2012, p. 7-12
Hans George Dillman (1724--): m. Margaretha Murr (1723--)
  • 26 Apr. 1746, marriage of Johann Georg Dillmann, son of Johann Georg Dillmann, deceased local burger, and Margaretha Murr, dau. of Johann Georg Murr, burger of Hagsfeld [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Marriages]
  • 9 Jan. 1748, birth of Margaretha, dau. of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Births]
  • 29 Sep. 1749, birth of George Adam, son of Hans Georg Dillman [Germany, Neureut, Evangelical Church Teutschneureut, Births]
  • 16 Sep. 1751, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (ship Brothers, Georg Dillman of Teutschneureut arrived with wife and 2 children [unknown source]
  • Dillman Family Association, 2004-2005 [CD], 2005. Contains numerous contributed files relating to the Dillmans.
  • Dillman, Phil, "Hans Georg Dillmann, Where Are You!?", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 2:4, June 2010, p. 4.
  • Dillman, Phil, "The Hans Georg Dillmann Line Keeps Growing!", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 4:4, June 2012, p. 10.
  • Jensen, Barbara, 2008. In an email to me: "... this Dillman branch did not live in Berks County ... [not] the little town of Bethel in Berks ... [but] the township of Bethel ... our Dillmans lived on the Lancaster side which eventually became Lebanon")
  • Stillman, G. Andrew, "Insights into the Heritage of Hans Georg Dillmann and Margaretha Murr", Dillman Descendants and Ancestors, 1:4, June 2009, p. 4-16
Jacob Andrew Dillman (1825-1907): m. Mary Elizabeth Moore (1829-1911)
  • 13 June 1860, res. Newburgh, Jacob Dillman 35 school teacher KY, Mary 29 IN, Hanoritta 6 IN, William 4 IN, Laura 2 IN, Orym 2m IN [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 23 June 1870, res. Clifty Twp., Jacob Dillman 46 farmer KY, Mary E 39 IN, Henrietta J 16 IN, Wm C 14 IN, Laura E 12 IN, Ira M 10 IN, Edgar M 5 IN, Alonzo Hutcherson 23 farm laborer IN [USA, 1870 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
  • 16 June 1880, res. Clifty Twp., Jacob A Dillman 56 farmer KY, Mary E 51 IN, Grace H 26 school teacher IN, Calvin 24 farm worker IN, Laura E 22 IN, Ira M 20 farm worker IN, Edgar M 14 farm worker IN, hired hand Finley Sanderson 23 farm worker IN [USA, 1880 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
  • 11 June 1900, res. Clifty Twp., Jacob A Dillman 75 farmer KY, Mary E 70 IN [USA, 1900 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
  • 15 Apr. 1910, res. Clifty Twp., Grace D Moore wd 51 IN, mother Mary E Dillman wd 80 IN, servant Alice A Wolf 19 servant IN [USA, 1910 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
John Dillman (1783-1855): m. Lydia Rhorer (c1790-1860)
  • 1810, res. Augusta, John Dilman, 1002-001 [USA, 1810 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1820, res. Huntington Twp., John Dillman, 1101-40001, 1 ag [USA, 1820 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1830, res. Lewis Twp., John Dilman, 1201101-102201 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 1840, res. Lewis Twp., John Dillman, 01020001-0120101001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
  • 12 Sep. 1850, res. Clifty Twp., John Dillman 67 farmer PA, Lydia 60 MD, John W 20 farmer OH, Levi 28 shoemaker OH, Lydia Ann 21 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
  • 16 July 1860, res. Newbern, Allen M Dillman 35 tenant farmer OH, Matilda 28 IN, Jenette 11 IN, Sarah D 10 IN, Elizabeth J 5 IN, Lydia 70 PA [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Bartholomew County]
Joseph Dillman (1813-1859): m. Ruth Webb (1825--)
  • 1 Oct. 1850, res. Jackson Twp., Joseph Dillman 37 physician OH, Ruth 24 IN, Thomas 2 IN, Haly Davis 12 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 30 Aug. 1860, res. South Twp., Ruth Dilman 36 farmer IN, Thomas M 12 IN, Joseph A 9 IN, Amanda J 4 IA, Mary J 5m IA [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Madison County]
  • 15 July 1880, res. Jackson Twp., Ruth Dillman wd 54 IN, Thomas M 31 farmer IN, Joseph A 29 farmer IN, Amanda J 23 IA, Mary J 20 IA [USA, 1880 Census, Iowa, Warren County]
  • 1885, res. Jackson Twp., Thomas Dillman 36 farmer IN, Ruth wd 60 IN [Iowa, 1885 Census, Warren County]
  • 9 June 1900, res. Southern California State Hospital, Patton, Ruth Dillman wd 74 patient US [USA, 1900 Census, California, San Bernardino County]
Julia Ann Dillman (1791-1871): m. Henry Bruner (1783-1868)
  • 1820, Henry Brooner, 2101-3001 [USA, 1820 Census, Kentucky, Jessamine County]
  • 1830, Henry Bruner, 2121001-111101 [USA, 1830 Census, Indiana, Daviess County]
  • 1840, Henry Bruner, 01110001-02010001 [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 5 Sep. 1850, res. Clay Twp, Henry Bruner 63 farmer PA, Julia 58 PA, Mary 18 IN, David 16 IN, Mary C Huffle 5 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 1860, res. Willow Hill Twp, Henry Bruner 78 farmer PA, Julia A 71 PA, Mary C Huffer 14 IN [USA, 1860 Census, Illinois, Jasper County]
  • 21 July 1870, res. Willow Hill Twp, Benjamin Bruner 46 farmer KY, Wilbert 13 IL, Benjamin 10 IL, Thomas 7 IL, Julia A 78 KY, Gemima Ping 15 IL [USA, 1870 Census, Illinois, Jasper County]
Laura Nora Dillman (1857-1903): 1m. Edward McGaugh (1841-1884), 2m. Edward Alonzo Dickey (1855-1923)
  • 1 June 1880, res. Ashland, Edward McGaugh 39 farmer MO, Laura 22 IA, Margret 7 NE, Alice 5 NE, Stella 3 NE, Cora M 9m NE, boarder Agenon 12 NE, nephew Alonzo Dickey 20 MO [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Saunders County]
  • 4 June 1900, res. Palmyra, Lon E Dickey 44 farmer MO, David 10 NE, Grover 7 NE, Blanche 4 NE, Voil 2 NE, stepdau Edna S McGaugh 22 NE, stepson Edward 18 laborer NE, stepdau Dot 17 NE [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
  • 29 Apr. 1910, res. Clatonia Twp, E A Dickey wd 50 farmer MO, boarder at Jasper Sykes [USA, 1910 Census, Nebraska, Gage County]
  • 22 Jan. 1920, res. Burr, David E Dickey 31 butcher NE, Clarice E 31 NE, Ward E 8 NE, Vance W 5y11m NE, Jerald A 3y11m NE, Margerie L 1y11m, bro Voyd V 22 butcher NE, father Lawn E A wd 60 MO [USA, 1920 Census, Nebraska, Otoe County]
Mary Elizabeth Dillman (1851-1919): m. James William Bailey (1847-1909)
  • 19 July 1870, res. Mt Pleasant Pct, J W Baily 27 farm laborer OH, Mary 19 IL, Lenora 5m NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 22 June 1880, res. Liberty Twp, Daniel Dillman 25 farmer IN, James W Bailey 38 farmer OH, Mary E 29 IN, Nora 9 NE, Dora 7 NE, Martin 6 NE, Edwin 5 NE, Bruce W 2 NE, son 1m NE [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 22 June 1900, res. Center Twp, James W Baylie 55 farmer OH, Mary E 48 IN, Chancey E 24 farmer NE, Robert R 19 NE, Mollie D 18 NE [USA, 1900 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 5 May 1910, res. Mankato, Mary E Baylie wd 58 OH [USA, 1910 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
Nancy Dillman (1816-1897): m. Jonathan Webb (1817-1880)
  • 1840, Jonathan Webb, 10001-10001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 1 Oct. 1850, res. Jackson Twp, Johnathan Webb 33 farmer IN, Nancy 32 KY, Joseph 12 IN, Julia A 11 IN, Jemimah 10 IN, Mary A 9 IN, Olive 8 IN, Anna M 2 IN, Sarah J 2m IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 13 June 1860, res. Jackson Twp, Johnathan Webb 41 farmer IN, Nancy 42 KY, Joseph 21 laborer IN, Jemima 17 domestic IN, Mary 16 IN, Oliver 13 IN, Mariah 11 IN, Sarah 9 IN, Johnathan 8 IN, Levi 6 IN, Nancy 4 IN, James 1 IN, Alonzo Huchinson 15 IN [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 24 June 1870, res. Jackson Twp, Johathan Webb 54 farmer IN, Nancy 54 KY, America 24 domestic servant IN, Olive 22 domestic servant IN, Jane 18 IN, Jonathan 18 farm laborer IN, Nancy 16 IN, Levi 15 farm laborer IN, Monroe 8 IN, Emma 6 IN [USA, 1870 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 26 June 1880, res. Jackson Twp, Nancy Webb wd 64 OH, Johnathan N wd 28 blacksmith IN, boarder James Yancy 11 IN [USA, 1880 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
Nancy Florence Dillman (1860-1923): 1m. John Fullard Klasinn (1844-1908), 2m. Francis M. Barnett (c1862--)
  • 22 June 1880, res. Liberty Pct, John Clawson 36 farmer Prussia, Florence 20 IA, May 3 NE, Henry 2 NE, Frederick 1m NE [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 1 Mar. 1895, res. Mankato, John F Klauson 51 Germany, Florence 34 IA, Henry 17 NE, Louisa 13 KS, John Jr 8 KS, Andrew 8m KS [Kansas, 1895 Census, Jewell County]
  • 5 June 1900, res. Lincoln St, Mankato, John Klasinn 56 day laborer Germany, Nancy T 38 IA, Henry F 22 soldier NE, Louisa J 18 KS, John H 12 KS, Andrew 5 KS [USA, 1900 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 25 Apr. 1910, res. South St, Mankato, Nancy F Klauson wd 48 nurse IA, Andrew S 16 machinist KS [USA, 1910 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1915, F N Barnett 43 plumber IA, N F 48 IA [Kansas, 1915 Census, Jewell County]
  • 5 Jan. 1920, res. East St, Mankato, Frank M Barnett 57 plumber IA, Nancy F 50 IA, Andrew S Klassin 23 army private KS [USA, 1920 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 8 Apr. 1930, res. East St, Mankato, Francis M Barnett wd 66 plumber IA [USA, 1930 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
Samantha Ann Dillman (1846-1917): 1m. Henry Franklin Hughes (c1844-1873), 2m. Magnus Maguire Nelson (1839-1928)
  • 24 July 1860, res. Galesburg, M Nelson 21 farm laborer Sweden, at Benj Bruington [USA, 1860 Census, Illinois, Knox County]
  • 1862-1863, U.S. Army (2nd Nebraska Cavalry Regiment, Company H: Henry F. Hughes, res. Mt. Pleasant, Nebraska, enlisted 22 Nov. 1862, age 18, mustered in 13 Dec. 1862 at Omaha, mustered out 8 Dec. 1863 at Plattsmouth) [The 2nd Regiment was assigned to duty at Fort Kearney until Apr. 1863, then ordered to Sioux City, Sully's Expedition in Dakota Territory Aug. 13-Sep. 11 1863, battle of Whitestone Hill in Dakota Territory 3 Sep. 1863]
  • 1864-1866, U.S. Army (1st Nebraska Cavalry Regiment, Company I: Henry F. Hughes, res. Cass County, native Ohio, enlisted 25 Aug. 1864, mustered in 27 Aug. 1864, promoted to sergeant 27 Nov. 1865, mustered out 1 July 1866) [at Fort Kearney 23 Aug. 1864, Indian operations, scout, and escort duty, battle of Mud Springs 4-6 Feb. 1865]
  • 17 July 1867, "Henry F. Hughes and Samantha A. Dillman, both of Cass County, were married by minister Isaac Burns at the house of Mr. Dillman, witnesses: "Thomas Hughes, James Hughes, & others" [Nebraska, Cass County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1 July 1870, res. Plattsmouth, Magnes Nelson 27 carpenter Sweden, at John Finisker [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 6 Aug. 1870, res. Stove Creek Pct, Henry Hughes 33 farmer IN, Martha 24 IA, Wilbert 2 NE, Edwy 5m NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 9 Nov. 1871, "Letter list. The following is a list of letters remaining in the Plattsmouth postoffice Nov. 1, 1871 ... Nelson Magnus M" [Nebraska, Plattsmouth, Plattsmouth Weekly Herald]
  • 1873, "Sgt. H.F. Hughes, Co. I, 1st Nebr. Cav." [Nebraska, Nehawka, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 12 Feb. 1874, "... and Magnus M. Nelson raised 91¼ bushels of corn to the acre, in Cass county; ..." [Nebraska, Plattsmouth, Plattsmouth Weekly Herald]
  • 27 Mar. 1874, Mr. M.M. Nelson, age 30, born in Sweden, parents M. Nelson & C. Hookam, and Mrs. S.A. Hughs, age 27, born in Indiana, parents D.B. Dillman & J. Bear, both of Cass County, license issued, but certificate never returned [Nebraska, Cass County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 30 Oct. 1879, "A little daughter of M.M. Nelson aged about five years, died last Thursday, Oct. 23rd." [Kansas, Jewell Centre, Jewell County Review]
  • 14 June 1880, res. Washington Twp, Magnus Nelson 36 farmer Sweden, Samantha 23 IN, Viola 5 NE, stepson Wilbert Hughes 12 NE, stepson Edwin 10 NE, boarder John McConnell 24 farm hand PA [USA, 1880 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 22 Dec. 1890, U.S. Army (pension application by Samantha A. Nelson, widow of Henry F. Hughes, Co. B 1st Nebraska Cavalry, Co. I 1st Nebraska Cavalry, minor Albert E. Hughes et. al)
  • 1 Mar. 1895, res. Washington Twp, M.M. Nelson 55 farmer Sweden, S.A. 49 IN, W.E. Hughes 26 NE, E.C. 25 NE, [niece] M.O. McGaugh 21 NE, and 2 others [Kansas, 1895 Census, Jewell County]
  • 9 June 1900, res. Washington Twp, M M Nelson 61 farmer Germany, Samantha 54 IN, stepson Wibur Hughes 30 farmer NE, dL Ola 29 IA, dau. Grace Getman 25 NE, sL Ervin 30 farm laborer WI, gson Harry 5 KS, gs Guy 3 KS, mother [of Ola] M A Snider 64 IA [USA, 1900 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1 Mar. 1905, M.M. Nelson 65 carpenter Germany 43rd IL Infantry Co C, S.A. 59 IN [Kansas, 1905 Census, Jewell County]
  • 1908, Jewell Co., Kansas (atlas: Washington Twp., section 32, S.A. Nelson has 160 acres)
  • 21 Apr. 1910, res. Madison St, Mankato, Magnus M Nelson 70 carpenter Sweden, Samantha A 62 IN [USA, 1910 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1915, M.M. Nelson 75 carpenter Sweden 43rd IL Infantry Co C, S.A. 68 IN [Kansas, 1915 Census, Jewell County]
  • 27 Oct. 1917, Samantha Ann Nelson died at Mankato, mitral regurgitation due to chronic enlargement of liver, b. 15 July 1846 in Indiana, married, parents D.B. Dillman & R.J. Byers, both born in Kentucky, informant M.M. Nelson of Mankato, buried 29 Oct. 1917 at Mt. Hope Cemetery [Kansas, Death Registrations]
  • 2 Nov. 1917, Samantha Ann Nelson died 27 Oct. 1917, having been "in poor health for some time, and since August 4, her condition had grown worse rapidly", born in Decatur Co., Indiana 15 July 1846, oldest daughter and second child of David & Rebecca Dillman, moved to Cass Co., Nebraska in 1865, married Henry F. Hughes in Cass County in 1867, two children: Wilbert E. & Edway C., both of this county. "Mr. Hughes homesteaded in 1872 the farm now occupied by E.C. Hughes. At this time there was only one homestead between the Hughes homestead and Jewell City. Mr. Hughes died on East Buffalo, in Washington Township, Jewell Co., April 22, 1873." Mrs. Hughes married Magnus M. Nelson at Mt. Pleasant, Cass County, 31 Mar. 1874, two children: Viola Grace Getman & Hattie Edna (born 14 Mar. 1877, died 23 Oct. 1879), "Into this family also came a motherless little girl, two years of age. She is now Mrs. Mattie Addie of Agra, Kansas." Survivors include her husband, 2 sons, 2 daughters, 2 brothers (Samuel Dillman of Mankato and Daniel F. Dillman of Yates Center), and 12 grandchildren. Member of the Mankato M.E. Church "since the early seventies", member of the W.R.C. of Mankato "since early eighties", and "an early settler of this county", burial in Mt. Hope cemetery [Kansas, Mankato, Jewell County Monitor]
  • 2 Nov. 1917, Mrs. M.M. Nelson died "last Saturday morning", born in Decatur Co., Indiana 15 July 1846, married Henry F. Hughes 17 July 1867, two children: Wilber E. & Edwy C., both of "this community", "Her husband departed this life April 27, 1873, in Washington township, Jewell county", she married M.M. Nelson 31 Mar. 1874, two children: Viola Grace Getman of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and "Hattie Edna who died in October 1879", member of the M.E. Church since "the '70s", pall bearers "were chosen from the ranks of the Grand Army of which her husband is a member, while the members of the W.R.C. were in attendance in a body." [Kansas, Mankato, Western Advocate]
  • 6 Jan. 1920, res. 303 Clinton, Mankato, Magnus M Nelson 81 Sweden, Erma S 51 Sweden, stepson Ernest W Rudeen 23 laborer MT [USA, 1920 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1925, res. Mankato, M.M. Nelson 85 furniture Sweden immigrated 1854, Anna S 56 Sweden immigrated 1897, boarder Robt Axtell 19 KS [Kansas, 1925 Census, Jewell County]
  • 1928, "M.M. Nelson, May 20, 1839, Apr. 3, 1928, S.A. his wife, July 15, 1846, Oct. 27, 1917"; "Hattie E. dau. of M.M. & S.A. Nelson died Oct. 23, 1879, 2 Ys 7 Ms 10 Ds" [Kansas, Mankato, Mount Hope Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 17 Apr. 1930, res. Madison St, Mankato, Anna S Nelson wd 61 Sweden, dau Esther Dye 31 wd cook MT, gs Russell E 3 KS, lodger Joe M Camp div 37 auto mechanic KS [USA, 1930 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
Samuel Dillman (1800-1837): m. Susan Carter (c1800-1864)
  • 1830, Saml Dillman, 02002-3000010001 [USA, 1830 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 1840, Susan Dilmon, 20021-022001, 2 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Kentucky, Bracken County]
  • 21 Sep. 1850, res. Higginsport, Milton Dillman 25 farmer KY, Susan 53 KY, Ellen 20 KY, William 17 laborer KY, George 13 KY [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Brown County]
Samuel Andrew Dillman (1843-1919): m. Mary Jane Bates (1846-1907)
  • 17 Aug. 1870, res. Salt Creek Pct, Frank Dillman 25 farmer IN, Mary 22 PA, Willis 1 NE [USA, 1870 Census, Nebraska, Cass County]
  • 14 June 1880, res. Washington Twp., Samuel Dillman 37 farmer IN, Mary 34 NY, Willis 11 NE, Leander 9 NE, Ernest 5 NE, Jeasie 7m KS [USA, 1880 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1 Mar. 1885, res. Mankato, S A Dillman 42 stonemason IN, M J 41 NY, W O 16 NE, D L 14 NE, E L 9 NE, Jessie E 5 KS, Fredrick 2 KS; S A enlisted in IA Co K 10th Inf [Kansas, 1885 Census, Jewell County]
  • 1 Mar. 1895, res. Mankato, S A Dillman 51 farmer IN, M J 49 NY, L D 23 NE, E L 19 NE, Jessee 17 KS, Fredrick 12 KS, Eliner 6 KS; S A enlisted in IA Co K 10th Inf [Kansas, 1895 Census, Jewell County]
  • 22 June 1900, res. Richland Twp., Samuel Dillman 56 farmer IN, Mary J 54 NY, Jacob F 17 KS, Logan E 13 KS [USA, 1900 Census, Kansas, Jewell County]
  • 1 Mar. 1905, res. Mankato, D B Dillman 84 KY, R J 81 KY, S A 61 drayman IN, M J 59 NY, E L 17 KS, Esther 7 KS [Kansas, 1905 Census, Jewell County]
  • 21 Apr. 1910, res. Harlan Twp., Sam Dillman wd 67 hardware store clerk IN, hired man at W L Metzler [USA, 1910 Census, Kansas, Smith County]
  • 1915, res. Center Twp, S A Dillman 72 farmer IN, L E 27 KS, Mildred E 24 KS [Kansas, 1915 Census, Jewell County]
Sarah Dillman (1811-1901): 1m. David Hutchinson (c1802-c1860), 2m. John Morgan (c1812--)
  • 22 Aug. 1850, res. Geneva Twp, David Hutchison 48 farmer KY, Sarah 28 KY, Mary A 21 KY, Dillman 19 farmer KY, Jacob A 16 farmer IN, David A 9 IN, Joseph A 6 IN, James F 2 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Jennings County]
  • 21 June 1860, res. Sand Creek Twp, Sarah Hutchison wd 50 KY, David 19 IN, James 13 IN [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 11 Aug. 1870, res. Adams Twp, Sarah Hutchinson 58 KY, Carrie L 8 IN [USA, 1870 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 11 June 1880, res. York, Sarah Hutchison 69 KY [USA, 1880 Census, Nebraska, York County]
  • 5 June 1900, res. Indianola, 1st Ward, David Stonecypher 69 IN, Mary A 69 KY, mL Sarah Hutchinson wd 88 OH [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Red Willow County]
Solomon Dillman (1814-1861): 1m. Rebecca Jane Webb (1820-1853), 2m. Rose Ann Arnspiger (c1825--)
  • 1840, Solo Dillmon, 10001-00001, 1 ag [USA, 1840 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 30 Sep. 1850, res. Jackson Twp., Solomon Dillman 35 farmer OH, Rebecca A 30 IN, Simeon P 10 IN, Emoline 8 IN, Lafeyette 7 IN, Mahala J 4 IN, William F 1 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
  • 12 June 1860, res. Jackson Twp., Solomon Dillman 46 farmer OH, Rose Anna 35 KY, Simeon 30 laborer IN, Emmaline 19 domestic IN, Layfayette 17 laborer IN, Genette 15 IN, Wm F 13 IN, Eliza 5 IN, Joseph 5m IN [USA, 1860 Census, Indiana, Decatur County]
Susan Dillman (1785-1863): m. Daniel J. Keighler (1782-1861)
  • 1830, res. Tate Twp, Daniel Keethler, 0100101-1123001 [USA, 1830 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 1840, res. Tate Twp, Daniel Keighler, 00010001-00111001 [USA, 1840 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 27 Aug. 1850, res. Tate Twp, Daniel Kethler 67 farmer MD, Susan 63 PA, Louisa J 21 OH [USA, 1850 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]
  • 22 June 1860, res. Tate Twp, Daniel Keethler 78 farmer MD, Susan 75 PA, Louisa 31 OH, John 14 IA [USA, 1860 Census, Ohio, Clermont County]