DESCENDANTS OF JACOB ORMAN de
(AUMAN) ORMAN DESCENDANTS


There are many ways to spell the Orman name. This is true of any family name coming from the "Old Country". When they came here most could not speak, read, or write the English language and they relied on the clerks of court and census takers to spell them as they sounded to that particular person. Jacob (AUMAN) ORMAN, German immigrant came here from Rotterdam, Holland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
on the ship "Thistle" arriving 29 Aug. 1730. It was the custom for immigrants to boat up the Rhine River from Germany to Rotterdam at that time.The following list contains

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB [AUMAN] ORMAN:


After Pennsylvania and by 1790, Andrew and at least eight closely knitted families of Germanic descent were in Fredrick Co. MD. and shortly after all moved to Randolph Co. N.C. These families, [AUMAN]ORMAN,LUTHER, SLACK, LATHEM, & STRIDER all intermarried. In 1850 David ORMAN Sr. moved to Wapello Co., Iowa. Several ORMAN families and their relatives settled there and formed the community known as Ormanville,Iowa.Only a cemetery filled with Ormans and their relatives mark this community today.



AUMAN (AU + MANN): German; The man who took the cows to the high grazing meadow in the Alps in the summer. "MEADOW MAN"

Descendants of ANDREW ORMAN 1852 - 1928

HISTORY OF ORMANVILLE

DAVID ORMANS MARRIAGE LICENSES


David Orman,Sr.

MY G.G.G. GRANDFATHER
HOMEPAGE
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