|Birth: ||Oct. 12, 1800|
|Death: ||Jul., 1862|
dau of John E and Elisabeth (KRAUSS) HAAK.
Baptised at Trinity Lutheran Church on 12/15/1800, sponsors were Michael KRAUSS and Elisabeth, her grgrandparents.
BIO in History of Berks Co, M Montgomery, page 632 [corrections in brackets  ):
"(IV) Isaac Addams, son of Isaac (2), was born Jan. 3, 1801, at Adamstown, but his parents left that place and settled on a farm along the Cacoosing creek in Berks county when he was but three years old. He was educated in the old pay schools of the county, and remained at home helping his father on the farm until he attained his majority. He then followed farming on his own account, until his forty-ninth year, when he retired from active labor. In 1859 he moved to Reading, residing on Penn street until 1865, when he took up his residence at No. 52 North Fifth street, where he died in 1876. He, too, was a Whig. In his early life, he took much interest in the State militia. He married Rebecca Haak (daughter of John and Elizabeth (Krause) Haak), born in 1789[Dec 12 1800], died in 1866 [sic - Rebecca is buried at Chas Evans on 7/8/1862, age 62]. The remains of both were buried in the family lot in the Charles Evans cemetery. They had four children: Henrietta C. died unmarried Oct. 15, 1908; Rufus who died in 1894, married Rebecca Van Reed, and they had four children, John V. R. (unmarried), Annie V. R. (who died unmarried in 1909), Mary (who died unmarried) and Charles; Rebecca J. died unmarried in 1899; Wellington I. is mentioned above."
Elizabeth Krauss Haak (1778 - 1867)
Isaac Addams (1801 - 1876)
Henrietta C Addams (1822 - 1908)*
Rebecca Jane Addams (1832 - 1899)*
Wellington I Addams (1839 - 1915)*
Charles Evans Cemetery
Plot: Sec O Lot 25.29
Maintained by: Diana in Pelham, AL
Originally Created by: Jack Galuardi
Record added: Jul 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54483050