My Linderman Album

Welcome to my online Linderman album. My Linderman Family have been in the USA for many, many generations there is even a little about them in the History of Berks Co. Pennsylvania. The tale is about indians attacking the neighbors, and then going to the home of a Linderman where there were two men and a woman in the house, and they went upstairs and the woman was killed by an arrow through the roof.

George Franklin Linderman(1889-1937)

George Linderman was a self taught man, he quit school in the third grade,age 8, to go to work in the mines as a slate picker, when his father died. Later he studied at night and became an engineer. He worked in later years at an ice cream business in the Spring Garden section of Philadelphia.
But the early years in the mines and being in a mine accident took its toll and ended George's life early.

Flora Conrad Linderman

I do not have any information on Flora. I know that she was the mother of my grandfather George Franklin Linderman. She also was mother of John, Henry and possibly a Fredrick. We know that when my grandfather was about eight years old his father died and Flora later remarried a Mr. Schlagel. She had one daughter we know of through that union named Ruth.

Esther May Berninger(1895-1992)
and George Linderman

Esther May ran away and married George against her parents wishes in 1911. They first lived in Shamoken Pa. where they owned a store, it burned in 1914, and they moved first to Philadelphia, and then to Williamstown NJ. After George died in 1937 Esther went on to raise her remaining five children that were still home alone.
Esther May lived to be 97 years old. She was always caring for the babies and the sick and old in the family. The day that she died she ate her supper said she was tired and was going to take a nap, she never woke, and was never sick.

Harriet Linderman Baumgart(1916-1965)

Harriet was born in Shamoken Pa. in 1916. She moved with her family to Janvier Rd. in Williamstown NJ and went to school there. She was a talented seamstress and loved to sew for ST. Bridget's Church in Glassboro. She was well known for her beauty and grace..


Some more Lindermans

Esther Linderman Deprince and niece Fran Baumgart Wright


Flora Linderman Phillips (1914-2001)


Althea Linderman Biebinger andNoami Linderman Wells


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