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Herman Wayman

Also Known As: "Harman", "Harmon"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Culpeper County, Province of Virginia
Death: June 20, 1837 (86)
Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana, United States
Place of Burial: Prarie Township, Henry County, Indiana, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Casper Caspar Wayman and Anna Catherina Wayman
Husband of Mary Magdalena Blankenbaker; Mary Magdalena Wayman; Elizabeth Wayman and Frances Wayman
Father of Aaron Wayman; Veronica Wayman; Mary Wayman Purkeypile; Lewis Wayman; John Wesley Wayman and 13 others
Brother of Mary A. Utz and Joseph Wayman

Occupation: 1813
Managed by: Judith "Judi" Elaine (McKee) Burns
Last Updated:

About Herman Wayman

Birth 19 Aug 1750 Culpeper County, VA Death 19 Jun 1837 Indiana

'Military: Revolutionary War soldier. Received military pension in Indiana, 1831 to 1834. Burial Prarie Township, Henry County Indiana Marriage 1 Apr 1792 Culpeper County, Virginia

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ID: I11330 Name: Harmon Harman Herman WAYMAN 1 Sex: M Birth: 19 AUG 1750 in (Madison) Culpeper County, Virginia Military Service: Served as a Private for two months in Captain Wm. Chapman's Company; Two months in Captain henry Tool's Company; In 1781 served in Captain Rice's Company. Pension S32618, granted for service in the American Revolution BET 1776 AND 1781 Reference Number: 11378 Death: 20 JAN 1837 in Henry County, Indiana Note: SOURCE: BOOK--A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution: Commemoration of the United States of America Bicentennial, July 4, 1976. Evansville, Indiana: Unigraphic, 1976. Pages 2_344 & 2_345; Obtained from www.Ancestry.com on 16 August 2008 per SLJuhl, Compiler. Page 2_344--"WAYMAN, HERMAN (HARMAN), B. 19 AUG. 1750, CULPEPER CO., VA., D. 20 JAN. 1837, HENRY CO., IND., M. (1) 1772, CULPEPER CO., VA., ELIZABETH CLORE, B. 7 SEPT. 1750, D. 1790, M. (2) 1792, CULPEPER CO., VA., FRANCIS CLORE. SERVICE: Served as a Private for two months in Captain Wm. Chapman's Company; two months in Captain Henry Tool's Company; in 1781 served in Captain Rice's Company. Pension S32618, granted for services in the American Revolution.CHILDREN: Elizabeth, m. James Wilson or John Ware, or both; Solomon, b. 13 May 1777, m. (1) Elenorah Peck, m. (2) Milly Humphries; (cont'd page 2_345) Simeon, m. Susannah Massey; Rhoda, b. 31 Mar. 1787, m. John Senior (Senour); Aaron, b. 14 Feb. 1773, m. Rosanna Clore; Moses, b. 11 May 1785, m. Rutha Jones; Francis, m. John Riley; William, b. 1 May 1795, m. Nancy Adams; Thomas, m. (1) Sophia Noble, m. (2) Mary Kelly; Abraham, m. Levina Railsback; Nancy, m. Andrew Stewart; Martha. DESCENDANTS: WARNER, Emma jane, No. 281231



Henry Wayman (son of George Caspar Wayman and Anna Catherina Jung) was born Abt. 1749 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died March 25, 1813 in Culpeper County, Virginia.He married Mary Magdalena Blankenbaker on Bef. 1773 in Virginia.

Includes NotesNotes for Henry Wayman: Information given to me from Reba E. Poster. Henry Wayman, Jr was administrator of his fathers' estae in 1813 (Madison County, Va. Will Book 2, pg. 408). The daughter Veronica was christened 03/28/1776 but was not named in the will so obviously died young. Reba has copies of the division of the property. In the division of the property, the widow Mary Wayman was allotted 146 acres and the manor house for her dower. Each of the 6 children or their heirs was allotted 48 1/2 acres. There is a good possibility that Henry Wayman was married twice, once to the daughter or step-daughter of Zacharias Blankenbaker and 2nd to the daughter of John Blankenbaker. Both wives may have had the name of Mary Magdalena Blakenbaker. See article by John Blankenbaker " Beyond Germanna " on this. The first date shown on the estate settlement reocrds is 03/25/1813 and Henry Wayman Jr. was the administrator. The estate was settled 05/23/1822. It had been soon after this date the Henry Wayman Jr. died. Also during this period of time Jonas reached the age that Henry Wayman Jr. was no longer his guardian and he inherited his share of the estate. (Estate settled between widow Mary and 6 children). Reba Eleanor Poster submitted papers to D.A.F. for Henry Wayman proving he was a Revolutionary War Patriot. The papers were approved and Rebas' National Number is 764790. This number was assigned 04/17/1995. Any descendant of Henry Wayman wishing to join either S.A.R. or D.A.R. can contact Reba for more information.

Notes
1775 Henry Wayman of Culpeper was paid for 20 days of Militia Service in Dunmore's War and allowance for a gun and Christopher Long of Culpeper was paid for a smooth bored gun of Henry Wayman (Augusta, Bedford, Botetourt, Culpeper and Fincastle payrolls and public service claims, 1775, also known as Dunmore's war, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, images, FamilySearch, (https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/records/item/278891-redi...: accessed 24 February 2019 > Catalog > United States, Virginia, Culpeper > Military Records), unpaginated.).
8 November 1776 Heny. Wayman signed petition requesting that Clerks be required to live in the County for which they were Clerk, that Clerks not serve in any other office and be exempt from militia, and that clerk's fees be regulated (“Inhabitants: Petition,” Culpeper County, 8 November 1776, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 58, Folder 2. Library of Virginia, (https://www.lva.virginia.gov/: accessed 9 April 2019), Virginia Memory > Digital Collections > Collections A to Z > Legislative Petitions Digital Collection.).
16 November 1776 Henry Wayman signed petition for regulation of pricing of "spirituous Liquors" sold by suttlers at "exorbitant prices" to regimental soldiers and minutemen ("Inhabitants: Petition," Culpeper County, 16 November 1776, Legislative Petitions Digital Collection, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. Legislative Petitions of the General Assembly, 1776-1865, Accession Number 36121, Box 58, Folder 3. Library of Virginia, (https://www.lva.virginia.gov/: accessed 9 April 2019), Virginia Memory > Digital Collections > Collections A to Z > Legislative Petitions Digital Collection.).

4 August 1798 Henry Wayman as agent of Harman Wayman deeded a slave to John Stoneseifer (Madison County, Virginia Deed Book 2: 272)

Division of Henry Wayman's estate was ordered 23 September 1813 (Madison County, Virginia Will Book 4: 28-31.).
DowerMary Wayman widow
Lot 1Christian Purkepoile
Lot 2Lewis Wayman's children
Lot 3Henry Waymans's children
Lot 4John Wayman
Lot 5Aaron Wayman
Lot 6Jonas Wayman

19 July 1817 Mary Wayman widow of Henry Wayman dec'd, Aaron Wayman, Mary Purkepile formerly Mary Wayman, John Wayman and Henry Wayman, Complainants in chcy vs. Henry Wayman guardian of Jonas Wayman, and Julia Wayman, Emmy Wayman and Kirtley Wayman children of Lewis Wayman dec'd by Henry Wayman their guardian. Confirmed division of property 27 April 1820 (Madison County, Virginia Will Book 4: 31.).

Per http://germannafamily.org/getperson.php?personID=I038423&tree=tree1



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Herman Wayman's Timeline

1750
August 19, 1750
Culpeper County, Province of Virginia
1773
February 14, 1773
VA
1775
1775
1776
1776
1777
February 15, 1777
Madison, Virginia, United States
May 13, 1777
Va.
1779
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