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Aderhold

(1817 - 1887)

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Israel
Aderhold

(1775 - 1853)

Frederick
William
Aderhold

(1748 - 1807)

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Casper
Aderhold

(1715 - 1776)

Johann
Nicolai
Aderhold

(1689 - 17??)

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Frederick William Aderhold

 
 

 

Born: 30 Oct 1748, Uthleben, PRUSSIA (Now Nordhausen, GERMANY)
Died:  Jan 1807, Lincoln County, NC

 

             

 
Frederick William Aderhold was born 30 Oct 1748 in Uthleben, PRUSSIA, (now Nordhausen, Germany).  Frederick was the son of Johann Casper Aderhold and Marien Cathrin Ludwig. He had at least 3 siblings: Johann Christian Aderhold (b. 19 Aug 1745), Johann Heinrich Bernard Aderhold (b. 14 Mar 1752) and Catharina Margaretha Aderhold (b. 1755). His godfather was his grandfather, Nicol/Nicola Aderlhold.
 
As a young man, Frederick apprenticed as a tailor and accomplished a "walking tour" as part of his training.
 
 

Frederick married Maria Elizabetha Isheim (later listed as Mary Elizabeth) on 26 July 1767 in Berghausen, PRUSSIA, (now Dillienburg, Germany).  Maria was born about 1750 and died Nov 1810. Her father was Gottlieb Isheim. Her mother is currently unknown.

 
 
Frederick and Maria immigrated to the US and settled in Yorktown, Pennsylvania, around 1774. A churchbook in his town in Germany has a note by his name, "Went to America".
 
Frederick and Maria had at least four know children. John Conrad and John George were born in Dillenburg, Hesse District, PRUSSIA (now GERMANY).
 
Children of Frederick William Aderhold and Maria Elizabetha Isheim
Name Birth Date Death Date Spouse
John Conrad Aderhold 01 May 1768
Dillenburg,
PRUSSIA
01 May 1853 Elizabeth Duke
John George (Johann Gorg) Aderhold 02 Nov 1772
Dillenburg,
PRUSSIA
1836
Carroll Co, GA
(1) Nardissa Adeline Hubbard
(2) Margareth Hasselberger
Jacob Israel Aderhold 08 Jul 1775
York Co, PA
01 May 1853 Elizabeth Heavner
John William Aderhold 26 Jul 1778
York Co, PA
   
 
 
Frederick became an immediate patriot as a member of the local militia in the Revolutionary War.  According to "The Aderhold/t Collection", Vol. 1, by William Cash, Frederick William Aderholdt fought with George Washington's troops in the American Revolution. He was a private in Captain George Eichelbergar's Company, 1st Bn, York County, PA, Militia (from Magazine of American Genealogy) and served several enlistments in the Company of Camtain Eichelberger and in the Company of Captain Michael Hahn, 1775 (PA, State Library; Letter).
 
 
The 1780 York Town, PA, Tax Record shows that Frederick owned one house, rent free, and was working as a "Taylor"(Tailor).
 

1780 York Town, PA, Tax Record

 
York Town
Name Houses Lot Merchandise Cattle Trade Valuation L S D
Aderhold, Frederick 1 1/2 100 1 Taylor 850 10 12 6
 
 
 

Frederick moved his family to Lincoln County, NC, in the late 1780s.  His various occupations included: tailor, innkeeper, farmer, miller and distiller. The 1800 Lincoln County, NC, Census shows that he owned three slaves.

 
The 1790 Census for Lincoln County, NC, shows Fredrick Aderhold/t living in the Sixth Company of the Morgan District. The 1790 Census was the first US Census. There were five living in the family home. Oldest son, John Conrad, must have married or was at least living out on his own at the time of this Census. The 3 males would have been Frederick, age 42, John George, age 18, and Jacob Israel, age 15. There were also two females listed on this Census. Mary Elizabeth would have been one of those females, but there is currently no indication who the second female was. It could have been a child that died before the next Census or even Frederick or Mary's mother.
 

1790 Lincoln County, NC, Census

 
Name of Head of Family Free White Males
of 16 years & upward
Free White Males
under 16 Years
Free White Females All Other persons Slaves
Aderholt, Fred 2 1 2    
 
 
 
The 1800 Lincoln County, NC, Census shows that Fredrick and Elizabeth were living alone, except for 3 slaves.  Sons, George and Jacob, were living nearby with their families.
 

1800 Lincoln County, NC, Census

 
Name Free White Males Free White Females Others Slaves
Under 10 10 - 15 16 - 25 26 - 44 45 & Over Under 10 10 - 15 16 - 25 26 - 44 45 & Over
Frederick Adderholt ----- ----- ----- ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- ----- 1 ----- 3
George Adderholt 2 ----- ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- -----
Jacob Adderholt 1 ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- ----- 1 ----- ----- ----- 1
 
 
 

Frederick's Will was dated 04 Dec 1806.  The will named his wife, Mary Elizabeth, and children, John Conrad Aderhold, John George Aderhold and Jacob Aderhold.  The Executors were Jacob Aderhold and Mical Rudeseal.  If John William Aderhold was indeed a son, he must have already died by the time the will was written.

 
 
Will of Frederick William Aderhold

 
 

Transcribed Will of Frederick William Aderhold

 
In the process of transcribing, I've kept spelling as it appear in the Will
but have separated the Will into various parts.
 
In the Name of God, Amen.

I, Frederick William Aderhold, of Lincoln County and State of North Carolina, being of sound mind and memory and understanding, but considering the uncertainty of this life, think fit to make this my Last Will and Testament in the following manner, viz:

I recommend my soul into the hand of God and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian manner, and as tuching (touching) such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise, and dispose of the same in the following manner and form:

I give and bequeath to Mary Elizabeth my dearly beloved wife, my house where I now dwell in with all the house and kitchen furniture and all the money that may be raised and my estate as long as she lives.

I also give unto my son John Conrad five dollars.

item: I give and bequeath to my son John George the Plantation on the Ratlen Shoal of the South Catawba it being unto four different patents in his own possession after the decease of his Mother.

item: I give and bequeath to my son Jacob the Plantation where I now live, also a new enterd (entered) tract of twenty-sex acres joining the same, in his own possession, after the decease of his mother, provided he gives his mother as much flower (flour), mead, milk and butter, also furnish her with washing and fier (fire) wood dayly (daily) and every day as long as she lives. Provided further that the same Jacob is to pay three hundred dollars due in October 1807 that is he Resoeth (repay) a debt of a hundred and fourteen dollars & forty eight cents, also your (his) own debt of seventy one dollars and the remainder you (he) must make it out of your (his) own estate.

I also give to my son J. Conrad Aderhold, J. George Aderhold and Jacob Aderhold the remainder or remainders, if any, to be equal (equally) divided into three parts after the decease of the widow. My close (clothes) to be divided between my sons J. George Aderhold and Jacob Aderhold.

I likewise constitute, mak (make) and ordain my son Jacob Aderhold and my dearly beloved friend Michael Rudeseal Executors of this my Last Will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six.

Sined (Signed), sealed and delivered in the presens (presence) of us by the said Frederick Wm. Aderhold as his Last Will and Testament.

N.B. There shall also be fifty dollars lifted out of my estate (to) accomplish building the house I now live in fit and convenient to the satisfaction of the widow.
                                               
                                                                                                     Fredk. Wm. Aderhold

Signed, Sealed and Delivered
in the presence of us,
Mickl Paker - Jurat
(Unknown) Zimmerman - Jurat
 
State of North Carolina
Lincoln County
January Session 1807

The within will was proved in open court by the oath of Mickl Eaker & Fredk. Carpenter & recorded.
Lawson Henderson, C.C.
 
 
 
Frederick's wife, Maria Elizabetha Isheim Aderhold, died Nov 1810.
 
 
 

Frederick and Maria Aderhold

Source of photo unknown

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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John Mallory Land: Find-A-Grave
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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