Advertisement

Dr Richard J. Linderman

Advertisement

Dr Richard J. Linderman

Birth
Death
6 Jan 1901 (aged 64)
Burial
Quakertown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA Add to Map
Plot
row 45
Memorial ID
View Source
Obituary Dr. Richard Johnson Linderman

(Philadelphia Newspaper between January 3 - January 11,1901)

Dr. Richard Johnson Linderman, who represented Bucks County in the State Senate from 1868 till 1870 died yesterday of heart disease and dropsy, after an illness of three years at his residence, 2809 North Broad Street.
dr. Linderman was born near Trappe, Montgomery County, January 12, 1836. His Ancestors came from Germany. Dr. Linderman's early days were spent on the farm of his father, Squire Isaac Linderman where he devoted his leisure to the study of useful books. At the age of 14 he taught a country school and afterwards attended Freeland Seminary now Ursinus College, at Collegeville. Subsequently he studied medice at the Pennsylvania Medical College where he graduated in March 1858. One month later he located at Quakertown, Bucks County where he soon built up an extensive practice.
In 1888 Dr. Linderman was prevailed upon to accept the Democratic nomination for Stat Senator, and was elected in October of that year by a large majority. At the end of the term he declined re-nomination. He how ever filled, a number of other public positions, among which was that of Pension Examiner. Dr. Linderman assisted in organizing the Quakertown State Bank and served as its President until about twenty years ago, when it was made a National Bank, of which he was a stockholder up to the time of his death. Dr. Linderman was also connected with the Doylestown Trust Company and was interested in a number of financial institutions in several of the western states.
He was a member of the Reformed Church, the Pennsylvania State and the Lehigh Valley Medical Association and of Quakertown Lodge, No. 512 F. and A. M.
In 1861 Dr. Linderman was married to Mary Green Thomas, of Quakertown, where they resided until seven years ago when they removed to this city. Mrs. Linderman survives, as does but one of their five children. Dr. Linderman, Ex-Sheriff and ex-state Representative John Linderman, of Montgomery County, is a brother of the deceased.
Obituary Dr. Richard Johnson Linderman

(Philadelphia Newspaper between January 3 - January 11,1901)

Dr. Richard Johnson Linderman, who represented Bucks County in the State Senate from 1868 till 1870 died yesterday of heart disease and dropsy, after an illness of three years at his residence, 2809 North Broad Street.
dr. Linderman was born near Trappe, Montgomery County, January 12, 1836. His Ancestors came from Germany. Dr. Linderman's early days were spent on the farm of his father, Squire Isaac Linderman where he devoted his leisure to the study of useful books. At the age of 14 he taught a country school and afterwards attended Freeland Seminary now Ursinus College, at Collegeville. Subsequently he studied medice at the Pennsylvania Medical College where he graduated in March 1858. One month later he located at Quakertown, Bucks County where he soon built up an extensive practice.
In 1888 Dr. Linderman was prevailed upon to accept the Democratic nomination for Stat Senator, and was elected in October of that year by a large majority. At the end of the term he declined re-nomination. He how ever filled, a number of other public positions, among which was that of Pension Examiner. Dr. Linderman assisted in organizing the Quakertown State Bank and served as its President until about twenty years ago, when it was made a National Bank, of which he was a stockholder up to the time of his death. Dr. Linderman was also connected with the Doylestown Trust Company and was interested in a number of financial institutions in several of the western states.
He was a member of the Reformed Church, the Pennsylvania State and the Lehigh Valley Medical Association and of Quakertown Lodge, No. 512 F. and A. M.
In 1861 Dr. Linderman was married to Mary Green Thomas, of Quakertown, where they resided until seven years ago when they removed to this city. Mrs. Linderman survives, as does but one of their five children. Dr. Linderman, Ex-Sheriff and ex-state Representative John Linderman, of Montgomery County, is a brother of the deceased.


Sponsored by Ancestry

Advertisement