You and I are cousins.Because you use the spelling ADERHOLDT, it is likely that you descend from Jacob ADERHOLD(T) (1775 PA-1853 NC), who was the third of three suviving sons of Friedrich Wilhelm ADERHOLD and his wife Marien Elisabeth Johanna ISHEIM, who came immigrated to York, PA, ca. 1774.
The ADERHOLD/T Collection is out of print (all the copies have been sold), but a revised edition is being planned.I would be interested in obtaining information on your line to include in the book.Because the names Daniel and (particularly) James are common among the descendants of Jacob, any dates or locations you could give me about your gf/ggf would help me determine your exact line of descent.Of Jacob's twelve children, eight stayed in the Lincoln Co. vicinity of NC, and the other four moved their families to the newly opened-up "frontier" of Northeast Alabama (1830's/1840's, about the time the Native Americans living there were removed via the Trail of Tears to the Indian Territory, later called "Oklahoma").
I have not worked on the ADERHOLD/T families in some time, but plan to spearhead the second edition project.
Thanks for your query, and I look forward to sharing more family information with you.