1815 - Yes, date unknown
||Olive Abigail Klingaman |
||Pennsylvania, United States
||Yes, date unknown
- OLIVE ABIGAIL KLINGAMAN (she went by Abigail or Abby/Abbe) I have come
across her maiden name spelt: KLINGMAN - KLINGMAN - KLINMAN - CLINGAMAN -
CLINMAN - CLINGMAN -CLINAMAN.
This is also from Bessie Cook-Rothrock:
The Klingaman name came down to us with Cornelius Klingamn, from Germany.
This name still exists in Germany and is spelled Klingamants. Pronunciation
is Kling-ah-man. Foreign names in the United States go through two changes,
either a translation, as Schwartz to Black, Weiss to White, or the spelling
becomes Anglicized as Schwartz becomes Swartz or Swarts, and Weiss becomes
Wise. Another change is apt to occur by spelling the German pronunciation in
So we lost somewhere a final N from Mann because of the English spelling of
'man'. Later some Klingaman settled in a Yankee settlement and the Yankees
were unable to pronounce his name correctly, saying KlingERman, which in
time became the spelling there. (Yankees still say 'Idear for Idea).
A man who came from Bovania, Germany, said his name was spelled Klingamann
in Germany and that the Klingamanns came from Switzerland in 1650.
||Glenn Cook Family
||19 Jun 2013 |
||Kile, d. Yes, date unknown |
| ||1. Julia A. /Kile Kyle, b. 23 Sep 1841, Ohio, United States , d. Indiana, United States |
| ||2. Emma Ann Kile, b. 23 Sep 1841, Stark County, Ohio, USA , d. 23 Oct 1902, LaPaz, North Township, Marshall County, Indiana, USA (Age 61 years)|
||19 Jun 2013 |
||Michael Longaker, d. Yes, date unknown |
| ||1. William Longaker, b. 11 Aug 1851, Ohio, United States , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||2. Jacob Longaker, b. 23 Mar 1853, Ohio, United States , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. David Longaker, b. 12 Feb 1860, Ohio, United States , d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. John Longaker, b. Abt 1856, d. 1 Jul 1866, Indiana, United States (Age ~ 10 years)|
||30 Nov 2006 |
- [S42] Julie Anne Lindquist Degenhardt, my Grandmother was Bertha Mae Cook. She was the daugther of William Albert Cook. Brother to Benjamin Franklin Cook.