History of Greene
WILLIAM HARTMAN, born in Jefferson, Greene County, Penn.,
February 14, 1817, is a son of Adam and Elizabeth (Stickels) Hartman. His parents were of German descent, his
mother being a native of Pennsylvania
father of Ohio. His father’s family consisted of eight
children, of whom William is the fifth.
He attended the schools of Greene County
and learned the
cabinet-maker’s trade, in connection with which he has devoted
time to contracting and building. He was
united in marriage November 8, 1838, with Acsah, daughter of Daniel
Smith. Their children are—Ann, wife of
Flenniken; and Elizabeth, wife of J. F. Gwynn.
Mr. Hartman is a Republican, and was elected justice of the
1858. He has also been a member of the
town council and burgess of Carmichaels. Mr. and Mrs. Hartman are members of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in which he has been superintendent of
Sabbath-school and served as elder for many years.
History of Greene County,
Samuel P. Bates
Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago.
Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles
The Greene County,
Biographies Project –
Date of Transcription: 29 June 2007
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