Friedrich Wilheim Aderhold

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Friedrich Wilheim Aderhold

Birthplace: Preussen, Uthleben, Germany
Death: before January 1807
Lincoln County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Johann Caspar Kaspar Aderhold and Marien Cathrin Ludwig
Husband of Maria Elizabetha Johannette Elisabeth Isheim
Father of John Conrad Aderhold; John George(Johann Gorg) George Aderhold; Jacob Israel Aderholdt and John William Aderhold
Brother of Johann Christian Aderholdt; Johann Heinrich Bernhard Aderholdt and Catharina Margaretha Aderholdt
Half brother of Johann Georg Aderholdt

Occupation: tailor, inn keeper, farmer
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About Friedrich Wilheim Aderhold

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of  Private.   DAR Ancestor #  A000788

BIOGRAPHY: Frederick came to Pennsylvania from Germany in 1774 (ship and port undocumented). He was enrolled in Captain Michael Hahn's Company, 1st

Battalion,York Co.PA.Militia in 1775; He was a Private under Capt.George Ei chelberger in the 1st Batt.York Co.Militia on 27 Dec.1775; He may have bee n in the Flying Camp near N.Y.C. 1776 and may have taken part in the Batt le of Brandywine under Gen.Washington. Friederick was enrolled sometime between 1777-80 as a Private 6th Class, Capt.Michael Hahn's 7th Co.3rd Batt .York Co.Militia. He owned three slaves in 1800.He was a tailor,innkeeper, farmer,miller, and distiller.

One of Frederick's descendants is said to have invented a unique type of cotton gin at an early time, said to be on display or in the possession of the Univ.of Alabama,Tuscalo osa

Frederick William Aderhold/t et son épouse Maria Elizabetha Isheim ont eu 3 fils.

the history of the Aderhold/t families (by various spellings) of Germany, and the life of his immigrant ancestor Frederick William Aderhold, from his birth in 1748, Uthleben, Germany to his death in 1807/8 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, USA."--Author's note. "Volumes II, III and IV ... are each designated to the three children of Frederick William ..."--Pref. Frederick married Mary Elizabeth (Maria Elisabeth) Johannette Isheim in 1767. They immigrated to Pennsylvania in ca. 1774. Descendants live in Texas, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and elsewhere in the United States.

Frederick William Aderholdt was born 30 Oct 1748 in Uthleben, Nordhausen, Germany. Frederick was the son of Johann Casper Aderhold and Marien Cathrin Ludwig. He had at least 3 siblings: Johann Christian Aderhold (b. 19 Aug 1745), Johann Heinrich Bernard Aderhold (b. 14 Mar 1752) and Catharina Margaretha Aderhold (b. 1755).


Frederick came to Yorktown, Pennsylvania, around 1774. He became an immediate patriot as a member of the local militia in the Revolutionary War. He was enrolled in Captain Michael Hahn's Company, 1st Battalion, York Co., PA, Militia in 1775; He was a Private under Captain George Eichelberger in the 1st Battalion, York Co., PA, Militia on 27 Dec.1775. Frederick took part in the Battle of Brandywine under Gen. George Washington. Frederick was enrolled sometime between 1777-80 as a Private 6th Class,in Captain Michael Hahn's 7th Co. 3rd Battalion in York Co., PA, Militia.


Frederick owned and operated inns in Yorktown until he moved to Lincoln County, NC, in the late 1780s. He was a tailor, innkeeper, farmer, miller and distiller.


He owned three slaves in 1800 in NC.


Frederick married Maria Elizabetha Isheim about 1767 in Dillienburg, Germany. Maria was born about 1750 and died Nov 1810.

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Friedrich Wilheim Aderhold's Timeline

October 28, 1748
Preussen, Uthleben, Germany
May 1, 1768
Age 19
November 2, 1772
Age 24
Yorktown, York, Pennsylvania, USA
June 16, 1775
Age 26
Yorktown, York Co., PA
July 26, 1778
Age 29
January 1807
Age 58
Lincoln County, North Carolina, United States