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William Andrew Herlemann, with his wife and two sons, Jacob and Nicholas, and four daughters, landed in America in 1932. The family came from Gross-Biberau, Grand duchy of Hessen, and located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, later they went to Pittsburgh, and finally came to Quincy in the spring of 1834. They soon settled down near Mill Creek in Melrose Township, where they went to farming. In 1851 William Andrew Herlemann died of the cholera, and later his wife followed him in death. Nicholas Herlemann, one of the sons, born April 25, 1811, in Gross-Biberau, on August 7, 1834, married Katherine Zimmermann, born April 17, 1811, in Rheinheim, Grand- duchy of Hessen, who came from the fatherland with the Herlemann family. Nicholas Herlemann for many years followed farming in Melrose Township, and later moved to the city, where he died August 15, 1872, while his wife lived until June 1, 1897, when she departed this life. Children living are: Mrs. Elizabeth Marsh, Mrs. Josephine Wessels and William N. Herlemann in this city, and Mrs. Katherine Pfanschmidt in Chicago.

The text here is an excerpt from QUINCY AND ADAMS COUNTY HISTORY AND REPRESENTATIVE MEN by David F. Wilcox. Chicago: Lewis Publishing, 1919. pp 293-294.

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