Abraham Wartman

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About Abraham Wartman

GEDCOM Note

Claim #1195 for Abraham Wartman decd late of Pensilv. John Wartman 2nd son of Abraham appears, says his father died last year. His eldest brother Peter is at Cataraqui lamed from an accident and could not come, but Witness is authorized to act for him and produces a Letter of attorney to enable him to do so.e to England by Captain Leake.erved 3 years. He was then discharged on account of his age and came to Canada and was employed in the Kings Works as an artificer - he afterwards settled in Cataraqui - died last year, leaving Catharine his widow and 3 brothers all at Cataraqui.ther came in at the same time, they were both too young to serve. The eldest Brother of all was killed in service in 1788 (Wyoming Massacre)e had taken up some land at the office at Philadelphia it was on the disputed lands. He ook posession seven or eight years before the war - he built a house, Barn and outhouses - thinks there were 24 acres clear.h - Witness and his mother were at home and were obliged to quit and teh Rebel took all the things above mentioned. NB The whole is to be paid to John Wartman.e Abraham Wartman - he was very Loyal - He and his eldest son joined Col. Butlers Corps in 1777 - he served two years - then he and his family came into Canada. His eldest son was killed in service. His property was all lost, after he came away. He had some Proprieters Land in the Susquehana it was disputed land - thinks he had cleared 30 acres - a fine young orchard - he had a house, Barn etc. Gives ame account of stock.ed from an accident and could not come, but Witness is authorized to act for him and produces a Letter of attorney to enable him to do so.l of 83 and sent a claim home to England by Captain Leake.e British Army in 1777 - he served 3 years. He was then discharged on account of his age and came to Canada and was employed in the Kings Works as an artificer - he afterwards settled in Cataraqui - died last year, leaving Catharine his widow and 3 brothers all at Cataraqui.rks. Witness and youngest brother came in at the same time, they were both too young to serve. The eldest Brother of all was killed in service in 1788 (Wyoming Massacre)d a farm in the Susquehana - he had taken up some land at the office at Philadelphia it was on the disputed lands. He ook posession seven or eight years before the war - he built a house, Barn and outhouses - thinks there were 24 acres clear.t brother joined the British - Witness and his mother were at home and were obliged to quit and teh Rebel took all the things above mentioned. NB The whole is to be paid to John Wartman.ls, Witnesson was killed in service. His property was all lost, after he came away. He had some Proprieters Land in the Susquehana it was disputed land - thinks he had cleared 30 acres - a fine young orchard - he had a house, Barn etc. Gives ame account of stock.other Peter is at Cataraqui lamed from an accident and could not come, but Witness is authorized to act for him and produces a Letter of attorney to enable him to do so.s at Coteau de Lac, in the fall of 83 and sent a claim home to England by Captain Leake.llion broke out. He joined the British Army in 1777 - he served 3 years. He was then discharged on account of his age and came to Canada and was employed in the Kings Works as an artificer - he afterwards settled in Cataraqui - died last year, leaving Catharine his widow and 3 brothers all at Cataraqui.d was employed in the Kings Works. Witness and youngest brother came in at the same time, they were both too young to serve. The eldest Brother of all was killed in service in 1788 (Wyoming Massacre)e built a house, Barn and outhouses - thinks there were 24 acres clear.e taken aftre Fathe and eldest brother joined the British - Witness and his mother were at home and were obliged to quit and teh Rebel took all the things above mentioned. NB The whole is to be paid to John Wartman.ame into Canada. His eldest son was killed in service. His property was all lost, after he came away. He had some Proprieters Land in the Susquehana it was disputed land - thinks he had cleared 30 acres - a fine young orchard - he had a house, Barn etc. Gives ame account of stock.

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Abraham Wartman's Timeline

1738
1738
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1750
1750
Wohawk Valley, Albany, New York, United States
1754
1754
1756
March 15, 1756
United States
March 15, 1756
Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York
1757
May 16, 1757
Niagara, Ontario, Canada
1759
May 16, 1759
Niagara, Ontario
1762
1762
1762