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Buried at Prairie Home Cemetery, Waukesha, Wisconsin

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Buried in Prairie Home Cemetery, Waukesha, Wisconsin

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2/99 Per Frank Hussung's note - of Henry County, VA

In 1810 Gallatin County Census...she was in 26-45 age category which would put birth date between
1765-1784

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1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - Jacob spent his early life at home, assisting to till the soil of his father's farm, and receiving such an education as could be obtained in the subscription schools of the pioneer periods, taught in log-cabin schoolhouses, with their slab seats, writing desks, etc. he remained at home until he was twenty-three years of age, when he married and went to farming on his own account. He at once located on his present farm, which then comprised but eighty acres, with only ten acres
in cultivation. It not contains 120 acres, with about eight-five acres in a high state of cultivation. He erected, in 1870 a handsome brick residence, which he has well and elegantly furnished. He has been quite successful in raising sweet potatoes and small fruits, but makes wheat a specialty. They are members of Reformed Church. Jacob was an elder and also a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge of Anna, Illinois. Jacob is a democrat and was Sheriff of Union County from 1870 to 1874.

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She came with her parents to Illinois in 1817 and settled about three miles south of Jonesboro and settled in Anna Precint near where the Southern Illinois Insane Asylum now stands. Was a member of the Reformed Church.

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Occupation - Electrician
Church affiliation - Roman Catholic

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1/99 Katherine Russell notes - occupation nurse

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1/99 Katherine Russell notes - nurse military - army nurse

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1/99 Katherine Russell notes - Military Air force pilot

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http>//genforum.geneology.comcgi-bin/pageload.cgi?peter::lehman::1305.html
Message posted by Margaret Heart 10-27-2002

The Lehman family has a one line statement in the publications of the Germanna Foundation. Thanks to Earl R. Layman who sent an article on the family, we can say somethign more about hte family. It is believed that the patriarch of the American Family was Peter Leman, Sr. born about 1680 perhaps in Switzerland. He died before June 11, 1741 in Lancaster County,PA. Richard Warren Davis in the book, "Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners", identifies him as an Anabaptist. By his first wife, Anna he had five children:

Peter Jr.
Christian
Jacob
Barbara and
Mary

After 1720 in Pennsylvanie, he married Ann which whom he had six children;

Henry
John
Abraham
Isaac
David and
Elizabeth

A group of Bernese Mennonites emigrated from Berne, Switzerland in 1671 according to the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. The family name of Leman is included, as well as other families who were early immigrants to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Most likely, the Lemans

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Buried at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Urbana, Illinois and living at 1304 W. Beslin Street, Urbana, Illinois at the time of his death.

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Buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Urbana, Illinois.