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Descendants of Heinrich Hartmann

9. JACOB3 HARTMAN (MICHAEL2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born November 25, 1795, and died May 07, 1860. He married MARY SHOTTS. She was born 1805.

Notes for J
Born November 25, 1795 according to Vol 1 & Vol 2 of German Church Records of Western Pennsylvania by Paul Miller Ruff.
Death information obtained from Death Records Vol2, Page 7, #1340, Armstrong County court house.
Children of J
  i.   GIRL TWO4 HARTMAN, b. Bet. 1820 - 1825.
28. ii.   JAMES HARTMAN, b. 1830, Kittanning now Manor Twsp, Armstrong Co., PA; d. November 03, 1853, Walkers Church.
  iii.   GIRL THREE HARTMAN, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.
29. iv.   DAVID A. HARTMAN, b. 1832; d. Aft. 1900.
  v.   ROSANAH HARTMAN, b. 1837.
  vi.   ROBERT HARTMAN, b. 1837.
  vii.   MARY J. HARTMAN, b. 1846.

10. MICHAEL3 HARTMAN (MICHAEL2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born April 18, 1798 in PA, and died February 21, 1884. He married CATHERINE HARTMAN?. She was born 1806 in PA, and died January 25, 1882 in St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Armstrong Co., PA.

Notes for C
St. Michael's church records.
Children of M
  i.   LYDIA4 HARTMAN, b. 1836, PA.
  ii.   STEPHEN HARTMAN, b. June 17, 1838, PA.
According to the Baptismal records of St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Brick Church), Stephen was born 6/17/1838 and was baptized Nov 17, 1838.

  iii.   NANCY YOUNG HARTMAN, b. January 20, 1841, PA.
According to the Baptismal records of St. Mihael's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Brick Church), Nancy was born 1/20/1841 and was baptized Nov 26, 1841.

  iv.   ADAM HARTMAN, b. December 13, 1842, PA.
  Notes for ADAM HARTMAN:
According to the Baptismal records of St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Brick Church), Adam was born 12/13/1842 and was baptized Mar 1, 1843.

  v.   SARAH HARTMAN, b. 1846, PA.
  Notes for SARAH HARTMAN:
Could have died February 22, 1934.

11. MARGARET PEGGY3 HARTMAN (MICHAEL2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born 1798. She married JOHN DAUGHERTY. He was born 1791.
Children of M
  i.   GIRL ONE4 DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1820 - 1825.
  ii.   GIRL TWO DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.
  iii.   GIRL THREE DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.
  iv.   ELIZA R. DAUGHERTY, b. 1832.
  v.   JOHN WALLACE DAUGHERTY, b. February 28, 1840.
30. vi.   JOSEPH N. DAUGHERTY, b. 1843, PA.

12. ANNA NANCY3 HARTMAN (MICHAEL2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born 1807, and died January 26, 1858. She married JOHN SHOTTS, JR. November 13, 1822. He was born March 04, 1797, and died March 24, 1886.
Children of A
31. i.   WILLIAM4 SHOTTS, b. November 18, 1823.
32. ii.   CATHERINE SHOTTS, b. March 29, 1825; d. March 16, 1882.
33. iii.   PETER SHOTTS, b. May 10, 1826.
  iv.   ELIZABETH SHOTTS, b. May 03, 1828; d. November 19, 1834.
34. v.   REBECCA SHOTTS, b. September 01, 1829.
  vi.   NANCY SHOTTS, b. November 12, 1831.
35. vii.   MARGARET SHOTTS, b. July 15, 1832; d. December 10, 1874.
36. viii.   SARAH SHOTTS, b. February 12, 1833; d. Bef. 1880.
  ix.   POLLY SHOTTS, b. November 29, 1834; d. December 06, 1838.
  x.   JOHANNES SHOTTS, b. December 24, 1835; d. July 16, 1839.
37. xi.   MICHAEL SHOTTS, b. September 29, 1837; d. Bef. 1880.
38. xii.   SUSANNA ANN SHOTTS, b. April 29, 1839.
39. xiii.   LYDIA SHOTTS, b. December 31, 1840.
40. xiv.   LEVI SHOTTS, b. July 20, 1842.
41. xv.   JOSIAH SHOTTS, b. September 21, 1846.

13. WILLIAM3 HARTMAN (JOHANN PHILIP2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born July 04, 1796 in Oakland Twsp, Butler, PA2, and died February 14, 1879 in Donegal Twsp, Butler County, PA. He married ANNA MARY WINTERS 1821, daughter of JACOB WINTERS and MARY HOBURY. She was born February 21, 1803 in Cologne, Germany, and died September 10, 1864 in St Patrick Cemetary, Sugar Creek Twsp, Butler CO. PA.

Notes for W
William Hartman was a blacksmith in 1843 in Kittanning, PA. He was living in 1850 in Donegal Twsp, Butler County, PA. He served in the military in 1864/65 in Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh, Allegheny PA. He was living in 1870 in South Buffalo Twsp, Armstrong County, PA. He died on Feb 14, 1879 in Donegal Twsp, Butler County, PA. He was buried in St. Patrick Cemetary, Sugar Creek Twsp. "History of Butler County" pg 945-946: William Hartman, second son of Philip Hartman, was born on his father's homestead, in Oakland township, Butler county, July 4, 1796, and is said to have been the first white male child born in the township. He resided with his parents until his majority, then went to Pittsburg, learned the blacksmith's trade and worked there some four years. He married Mary Winters, and settled in Armstrong county, but in 1849 they removed to Donegal township, Butler county, where continued to work his trade in connection with farming until his death, February 14, 1879. His wife died September 10, 1864. Their union was blessed with the following children: Catherine, who married John Holobaugh; Mary Ann, who became the wife of William Holobaugh;Joseph; James; Margaret A., wife of Silas Dunn; Sarah Frances, who died at the age of eighteen years; Edward F.; William Lawrence, and John Ambrose, the last two of whom died in childhood. The parents were members of the Catholic church, in which faith they reared their children.

From Mary L. H. Heard: Excerpt from Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, Volume XXVII, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York 1950. William Hartman, son of Philip Hartman, was born July 4, 1796 (and is of record the first white child born in Butler County) on a farm near Oakland. He died Feb 14, 1879 and was buried in St. Patrick's Cemetary, Sugar Creek Twp., Armstrong Co. On attaining a man's estate, William Hartman became a blacksmith, carrying on his trade throughout most of his career at Kittanning (in what is now Armstrong Co.), where he was influential in community civic life. He married Anna Mary (Winters) Hartman whose ancestors came from Cologne, Germany. They became the parents of ten children, one of whom was Edward Francis Hartman.
Children of W
42. i.   CATHERINE4 HARTMAN, b. June 09, 1823, Donegal Twp., Butler Co., PA; d. 1886, Millerstown, PA.
  ii.   MARY ANN HARTMAN, b. September 14, 1825; d. April 17, 1872, Butler, Butler Co., PA; m. (1) EDWARD BOHLEN; m. (2) WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HOLOBAUGH, August 10, 1844, St. Patrick's. Sugar Creek, Armstrong Co., PA..
43. iii.   JOSEPH HARTMAN, SR., b. October 18, 1827, Armstrong County, PA; d. February 29, 1904, Butler, Butler CO, PA.
  iv.   ELIZABETH HARTMAN, b. July 09, 1829; d. May 26, 1840; m. JAMES QUIGLEY.
  v.   MARGARET ANN HARTMAN, b. April 18, 1832; d. June 15, 1875; m. (1) SILAS DIAMOND; m. (2) JAMES BELL.
Lived in Bakerstown, PA while married to James Bell.

44. vi.   JAMES PHILIP HARTMAN, b. December 20, 1833, Armstrong County, PA; d. September 28, 1917, Webster, ND.
  vii.   JOHN AMBROSE HARTMAN, b. December 07, 1835, Armstrong County, PA; d. April 12, 1837, Armstrong County, PA.
  viii.   SARAH FRANCES HARTMAN, b. March 24, 1838; d. November 17, 1855; m. RICHARD CONNELL.
  ix.   WILLIAM LAWRENCE HARTMAN, b. March 22, 1841; d. December 25, 1841, Butler City, Butler County, PA.
  x.   EDWARD FRANCIS HARTMAN, b. March 13, 1843, Patterson Mills, Armstrong Counyt, PA; d. June 10, 1932, Patterson Mills, Armstrong Counyt, PA; m. (1) MARY ANN HORTY, November 14, 1878, Sugar Creek Twp., Armstrong Co., PA; m. (2) JOSEPHINE R. TILLIE GREEN, January 08, 1895, Butler City, Butler County, PA.
From Mary L. H. Heard: Excerpt from Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography, Volume XXVII, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York 1950. Edward Francis Hartman, son of William and Anna Mary (Winters) Hartman, was born at Patterson Mills, Armstrong Co., Pa. on March 13, 1843. When he was about 7 years old, the family moved to Donegal Twp., Butler Co., where he attended public school, working on the farm as well. In 1862 he went to Walnut Bend on the alegheny River, where oil had been discovered and the business was being developed. Thus began his connection with the industry in which his name was thereafter prominently connected for many years. He later worked in the oil fields of Clarion, Armstrong and Butler COunties, and in 1888 he became interested in the firm of the Hartman Oil Company, then composed of Joseph Hartman (his brother) and Joseph Hartman, Jr. (his nephew). He continued with this company until his retirement from the oil business in 1905. He married (first) Mary Horty, who came from County Galway, Ireland when seven years of age. He married (second) Josephine Green, of Coylesville Jan 8, 1895, daughter of John and Susanna Dogan.

The following information is from a hand-written memorandum of Edward F. Hartman and filed in his bible: Great Grandparents, Hartmans, sailed from Holland for America some time near 1750. They were a long while on the sea. During the voyage twins were born to them, Philip, and I think his brother was called Michael. Philip was my grandfather. Great Grandfather died in confinement and was buried in the Atlantic Ocean.

After arriving in this country, which place of landing, I believe, was Philadelphia, Great Grandfather, not having any relatives in this country, had to give the children to strangers to bring up. Garndfather was given to a Catholic family and, I believe his brother to a Lutheran family.

After growing up, Grandfather enlisted and was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He served under Captain Ogle. After the war was over he settled on a piece of land in North Oakland Township, Butler County, Pa. It was formerly called Donegal but some time ago it was divided. The place is now known as the Angert Farm. There are two Catholic churches located on the farm, a German and an English.

Grandfather and Grandmother and a boy named John are buried on the farm. My father, William, was born there on the 4th day of July 1796 and all the balance of the family was born there. They were named: John, who died young; James who died at the time of the cholera epidemic in Pittsburg, I think in 1853; Sarah, who was married to Richard Connell who lived in Pittsburg; Catherine, who married James Cochran who also lived in Pittsburg; Mary, who married Edward Bohlen who lived in Freeport, Pa.; Elizabeth, who married James Quigley who lived in Pittsburg. I do not know what Grandmother's name was before she married Grandfather. There was another girl in Grandfather's family that I forgot to mention. Her name was Margaret. She married James Bell. They lived in Bakerstown. She joined the church that her husban belonged to, which I believe was the Methodist. She was Fred Martin's grandmother.

On my mother's side of the house, Grandfather and Grandmother left the city of Cologne, Germany, I believe about 1793 for America. Their name was Winters, Jacob and Marie. My mother, Marie, was very young at the time. They settled near Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pa. They also had another daughter besides my mother, named Elizabeth who married John McCullough, and a son named Adam. Grandmother did not live very many years. He is buried in Greensburg. Some time after his death Grandmother married Adam Stoup. They had two children: Vendal, who married Catherine Houton and Catherine who married Samuel Wilson, whose last residence was Franklin, Venango County, Pa.

14. MARGARET3 HARTMAN (JOHANN PHILIP2, HEINRICH1 HARTMANN) was born September 30, 1805 in Sugar Creek Twsp., Armstrong Co., PA, and died June 08, 1878 in Buffalo Twsp., Armstrong Co., PA. She married JOHN Y. C. BELL. He was born 1801 in County Down, Ireland, and died 1853 in Buffalo Twsp., Armstrong Co., PA.

Notes for M
St Patrick Church Baprism record September 1905.
The information about the Bell connection was provided in an e-mail from Joe Garrett on April 30, 2000.
Children of M
  i.   JAMES4 BELL, b. 1824.
  ii.   JOSEPH BELL, b. 1828.
  iii.   DAVID BELL, b. 1833; m. MARY BELL?; b. 1853.
45. iv.   JOHN Y. C. BELL, JR., b. December 11, 1837; d. February 01, 1908, Saltsburg, PA.
  v.   CATHERINE BELL, b. 1839; m. JOSEPH WALTON; b. Abt. 1839.
46. vi.   SARAH BELL, b. 1842.
  vii.   THOMAS BELL, b. 1844; m. MARY ?; b. 1844.
  viii.   ELLEN BELL, b. 1847; m. SIMON SMITH; b. 1845.
  ix.   CLARA BELL, b. 1851; m. PHILIP SMITH; b. 1850.
  x.   CHARLES BELL, b. Unknown.
  xi.   GEORGE BELL, b. Unknown.
  xii.   LOUISA BELL, b. Unknown.

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