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 Adam Levensaler

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Adam Levensaler

Birth
Waldoboro, Lincoln County, Maine, USA
Death 16 Jun 1849 (aged 76)
Thomaston, Knox County, Maine, USA
Burial Thomaston, Knox County, Maine, USA
Memorial ID 106318895 View Source
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Adam was the son of Johan Adam Lievenzollner (LIEVENZÖLLNER) of Alten Dietz, Hessen-Nassaü, Germany and Maria Eleanora Schuman of Waldoboro, Lincoln County, Maine. Maria and Johan were married on . Maria and Johan had nine children. They were: Christina Levensaler was born on 04 August 1755; Maria Levensaler was born on 17 November 1761; Katerina Levensaler was born on 08 July 1764; Anne Margaretha Levensaler was born on 30 September 1766; Elizabeth Levensaler was born on 01 July 1769; Adam (twin) Levensaler was born on 15 April 1773; George (twin) Levensaler was born on 15 April 1773; John Levensaler was born on 30 January 1775; and Peter Levensaler was born on 18 April 1778. All the children were born in Waldoboro, Lincoln County, Maine.

Adam married Mary K. "Polly" Turner on 05 May 1798 in Waldoboro, Lincoln County, Maine. Polly and Adam had ten children. They were: Barden T. Levensaler was born in 1798; Honorable Atwood Levensaler was born on 08 November 1799; Lincoln Levensaler was born on 30 April 1801; Julia S. Levensaler was born on 25 October 1802; Captain Caleb Levensaler was born on 14 August 1804; Leonora Levensaler was born on 15 September 1806; Elsie (Elcie) K. Levensaler was born on 14 January 1809; Michael Levensaler was born on 19 November 1810; Sarah Ford Levensaler was born on 17 December 1813; and Captain Orris Levensaler was born on 17 January 1817. All the children were born in Thomaston, Knox County, Maine.

Note: On 24 November 1835 there was an accident. Adam was thrown upon a rock by a frightened ox, so violently as to fracture his skull. There was some prospect of his recovery.

Books: "The History of Thomaston: Adam Levensaler, a cooper from Waldoboro" "The Levensalers of Waldoboro Maine", by Walter Levensaler. "Broad Bay Pioneers", By Gary T. Horlacher and Wilford W. Whitaker "History of Old Broad Bay and Waldoboro", two volumes, 1956. "Old Broad Bay and Waldoboro", By Marlene Alma Hinkley Groves.


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