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John H Alleman

Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: 28 Oktober, 1883 (75)
Springville, Utah County, Utah, United States
Bestattungsort: Springville, Utah County, Utah, United States
Angehörige:

Sohn von John Christopher Alleman und Catherine Alleman
Ehemann von Christeana Alleman
Vater von Anna Catharine Bissell; Benjamin Jordan Alleman; Susannah Blanchard; Christeana Mary Sumsion; John Henry Alleman und 5 andere
Bruder von Christian Alleman, Sr; Catharine Alleman und Jacob Alleman

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About John H Alleman

  • Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Jan 19 2018, 19:14:08 UTC
  • First Name: John
  • Last Name: Alleman
  • Mother: Catherine Heppick Alleman
  • Father: John Christopher Alleman
  • Birth Place: Middletown, Swatara Twp., Dauphin, Penn.
  • Pioneer Type: Early Pioneer
  • Birth: 28 Jun 1808
  • Arrived in Utah: 03 Oct 1852
  • Death: 28 Oct 1883

JOHN ALLEMAN and his family arrived in Nauvoo in 1838 from Pennsylvania with two wagons, ten horses and their household possessions. He bought farm land and built a brick home for his family. He assisted in building the Nauvoo Temple and served as a cavalryman in the Nauvoo Legion.

In the winter of 1846 when the church members were driven from their homes, they crossed the frozen Mississippi River with one team of horses and one of oxen, a few cows, and what household and personal goods could be placed in the two wagons. He and his family were part of a group, selected to remain at a way station to plant crops and prepare for church members who would follow. Eventually they journeyed to Winter Quarters. He served for a time at one of the stops between Nauvoo and Winter Quarters.

In the spring of 1852 they started for the Salt Lake Valley, arriving in October of that year. John brought with him to Utah, nuts and seeds for planting and always kept a beautiful and orderly yard and barn and furnished nuts and flowers to everyone who desired them.

John Alleman:

Born: 28 June 1808, Middletown, Swatara Twp, Dauphin, Penn.

Died: 28 Oct 1883, Springville, Utah, Utah Entered Valley: 3 Oct 1852, 14th Wagon Co., Capt John B. Walker

Parents: John Christopher and Catherine Heppick Alleman

Married: Christean Stentz, 11 Dec 1832, Middletown Swatara Twp, Dauphin, Penn. Wife born: 28 Nov 1811 near Middletown Swatara Twp, Dauphin, Penn.

Wife died: 31 Oct 1886, Springville, Utah, Utah.

Children:

  • 1. Anna Catherine, B 27 Oct 1833 Pennsylvania, D 31 Mar 1852, Utah.
  • 2. Benjamin Jordan, B 27 Aug 1835, D 17 Mar, 1903.
  • 3. Susannah b. 29 Dec 1837, d. 26 Dec 1856.
  • 4. John Henry, (twin) b. 15 Oct 1840, d. 9 Dec 1904.
  • 5. Christiana Mary (twin) b. 15 Oct 1840, d. 27 Apr 1888.
  • 6. Daniel Joseph, b. 25 Sep 1843, d. 13 Oct 1898.
  • 7. Sarah Jane, b. 19 Feb 1847, d. 18 Aug 1920.
  • 8. Martha Elizabeth, b. 21 Dec 1849, d. 4 Jan 1936.
  • 9. James Hyrum, b. 6 Novv 1852, d. 4 Jan 1924
  • 10. William David, b. 7 Apr 1855, d. 18 Nov 1886

Sources: Sons of Utah Pioneers File

  • John Alleman in the Seventy Quorum Membership, 1835-1846
  • Name: John Alleman
  • [John Alaman]
  • [John Allman]
  • Birth Date: 1808
  • Birth Place: Pennsylvania
  • Death Date: 1883
  • Death Place: Utah
  • Father: John Christopher Alleman
  • Mother: Catharine Heppick
  • Wives: Stentz, Christean (10)
  • Quorum: Q3
  • Nauvoo Data: Baptized 1837; Endowed Nauvoo 2/7/46; Nauvoo Resident
  • Post-Nauvoo Data: Springville UT
  • John Alleman in the Sons of Utah Pioneers Memorial Gallery Index Card
  • Name: John Alleman
  • Spouse: Christeann Mary Stentz
  • Birth Date: 28 Jun 1808
  • Birth Place: Middletown, Pennsylvania
  • Death Date: 31 Oct 1886
  • Death Place: Springville, Utah
  • Pioneer: before 1869
  • Chapter: CR/H
  • Donor: Owen Joan Sumsion
  • John Alleman in the Utah, Veterans with Federal Service Buried in Utah,1847-1966
  • Name: John Alleman
  • Birth Date: 28 Jun 1808
  • Death Date: 28 Oct 1883
  • Burial Place: Springville, Utah, Utah
  • Cemetery: City
  • Military Unit: Capt A Lambson's Co Inf
  • Military Service Branch: Ut Terr Mil
  • War: Blackhawk War
  • FHL Film Number: 485502

On 7 February 1846 John was endowed in the Nauvoo Temple; in 1852 he journeyed with the John B. Walker Company to the Salt Lake Valley.

Residences: 1833-1837; Mercersburg, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA 1840-1846; Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, USA 1847; Winter Quarters, Douglas, Nebraska, USA 1849; Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA 1852; Springville, Utah, Utah, USA

John Alleman and his family arrived in Nauvoo in 1838 from Pennsylvania with two wagons, 10 horses and personal possessions. He bought farmland and built a brick home. He assisted in building the Nauvoo Temple and served as a cavalryman in the Nauvoo Legion.

In the winter of 1846 , when the church members were driven from their homes, they crossed the frozen Mississippi River with one team of horses and one of oxen, a few cows, and what household goods could be placed in the two wagons. John and his family were part of a group selected to remain at a way station to plant crops and prepare the way for those who would be following. Eventually he and his family moved to Kanesville and then Winter Quarters .

He served as bishop at one of these places for a time. In the spring of 1852 , they started for the Salt Lake Valley arriving in October of that year. He brought nuts and seeds for planting and he always kept a beautiful and orderly yard and barn. He furnished nuts and flowers to everyone who desired them.

Children:

  • Anna Catherine , b. 27 Oct 1833 , Middletown, Dauphin, Penn. Md. 31 Mar 1852 , Joseph W. Bissell . D. 16 Mar 1924 , Springville, Utah .
  • Benjamin Jordan , b. 27 Aug 1835 , Mercersburg, Franklin, Penn. Md. 24 Mar 1861 , Sariah Jane Starr . D. 17 Mar 1903 .
  • Susannah , b. 29 Dec 1837 , Mercersburg, Franklin, Penn. Md. Benjamin Thomas Blanchard . D. 26 Dec 1856 . *John Henry , b. 15 Oct 1840 (twin), Nauvoo, Hancock, Ill . Md. 19 Jun 1871 , Zebina Starr . D. 9 Dec 1904 . *Christiana Mary , b. 15 Oct 1840 (twin), Nauvoo, Hancock, Ill . Md. 3 Feb 1858 , William Sumsion . D. 27 Apr 1888 *Daniel Joseph , b. 25 Sep 1843 , Nauvoo, Hancock, Ill . Md. 22 Feb 1882 , Amanda Elizabeth Starr . D. 13 Oct 1898 . Sarahjane , b. 19 Feb 1847 , Winter Quarters, Nebraska . Md. 8 Apr 1866 , Alma Spafford . D. 18 Aug 1920 *Martha Elizabeth , b. 21 Dec 1849 , Lake Branch, Iowa . Md. 3 Aug 1874 , Edward Lucian Whiting . D. 4 Jan 1936 *James Hyrum , b. 6 Nov 1852 , Springville, Utah, Utah . Unmarried. D. 10 Jun 1924 .
  • William David , b. 7 Apr 1855 , Springville, Utah, Utah . Md. 17 Apr 1884 , Martha Jane Reynolds . D. 18 Nov 1886 Royal Oakes
  • Residence: Springville, Utah, Utah, United States
  • Residence: Pottawattamie county, Pottawattamie, Iowa, United States - 1850
  • Residence: Springville, Utah, Utah Territory, United States - 1860
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Lebenslinie von John H Alleman

1808
28 Juni, 1808
Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States
7 August, 1808
Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1833
27 Oktober, 1833
Alter 25
Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1835
27 August, 1835
Alter 27
Mercersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1837
29 Dezember, 1837
Alter 29
Mercersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States
1840
15 Oktober, 1840
Alter 32
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States
15 Oktober, 1840
Alter 32
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States
1843
25 September, 1843
Alter 35
Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States
1846
19 Februar, 1846
Alter 37
Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, United States