|Andrew Max Eggman Jr.|
2927 Mt. Clinton Pike
|The records that may help on the Eggman family|
1830 Brown Co. Perry TWPCALL # 337938
PAGE 499 John Egmont (note the miss spelling of Eggman)
m 50-601770-1780John Egmont(1781)
f 30-401790-1800Ruth Doughty?
m 20-301800-1810John E. Eggman ?(1810)
F 15-201810-1815Marie Eggman?(1814)
Born January 23, 1781
in Port Elizabeth, Cumberland Co., New Jersey
Died. Sept. 8, 1834
MARRIED second to Ruth Doughty and had Seven Children:
Hannah, Lydia, Prvdence, Ruth Rhoda, Ezekiel b.1827, Thomas b.1833.
Hannah married Uriah Edwards. Lydia m. Thomas Kephart. Prevdence m. William Simpson. Ruth m. Andrew Laird, Rhoda m. Morton Shaul. Ezekiel m three times,
1) Margart Dorsey. 2)Mary Oliver. 3) Fannie Janes.Thomas m. Elizabeth Leonard.
John Eggman from Strasburg,Pa.
(Lancaster Co.)Many German's settled there. I have a Quaker Naturalization
record in 1753. This is the earlyest EGGMAN record I have.
John Eggman petitiond in 1818 for a license to run a tavern. Tavern Petition on file at Library in Woodbury, NJ.
From:Stewart"s Genealogical and Historical Miscellany -
Christopher Eggman, Deptford township, Gloucester county and Deborah
widow, same place, 1753.
Cushing, Thomas, MD, and Charles E. Sheppard. History of Gloucester,
Salem, and Cumberland Counties, New Jersey.
Philadelphia: Everts and Peck, 1883.
"Joseph R. Paul married Elizabeth Eggman, of Haddonfield. Their children
are Adrian, born Feb. 28, 1856, and Charles E., born Jan. 18, 1859."
Joseph R. Paul is the son of Adrian C. Paul (1800), he the son of Samuel
Philip Paul (1763-1831) and Nancy Clark.
Sheppards copies of Port Elizabeth Metho. Ch. records and
found no other Egmans, butJohns marriage to Hannah Furnace on June 12,
1804, by Benjamin Fisler, witn. by. Asa Pittman & Neoinia Peterson.
On other pape I did find a listing of a William Furnace to be a Trustee of
the Church between 1798 -1846.
Further into the year it said William Furnace dec. and a new Trustee to be
In the infamous Vanaman book there are marriages for John Eggman & Hannah
Furnace, both of Maurice River Twp. on 12 June 1804 by Benjamin Fisler &
witnessed by Asa Pittman &Naomia Peterson.
I have research on the Early NJ Eggmans. a list of wills But no one that I
know has looked at the early wills. This could tie the early Eggman's of the
Revolutionary Patriots Jacob Eggman. I am not sure how he fits in but this is
> what I have on him so far.Eggman, Jacob1775-1883 MD,DE
Eggman Anna E.Camden Co.N.J. 02032will PB1883
Eggman Anna E.Camden Co.N.J. 02032inventoryPB1882
Eggman Benjamin E. Camden Co.N.J. 01855will PB1851
Eggman Benjamin E. Camden Co.N.J. 01855inventoryPB1881
Eggman CharlesCamden Co.N.J. 00351inventoryPB1854
Eggman ChristopherGloucester Co. N.J. 03500inventoryPB1767
Eggman ChristopherBurlington Co. N.J. 08141inventoryPB1767
Eggman FranklinCamden Co.N.J. 01680 inventory PB1880
Eggman MaryCamden co.N.J. 01476inventory PB1876
Eggman MaryCamden co.N.J. 01476WillPB1876
Baptist Cemetary in Haddonfield NJ, Its full of Eggman's 1700's.
We also find Early Eggman's in NJ in Quaker records.
Transcripts of tombstones in the Haddonfield Baptist Cemetary made in 1935:
477; Eggman - Franklin Eggman born Oct. 1797, (d) Oct 11, 1880
478: Sarah Eggman w/o Franklin died Jul 28, 1858 in 57th year.
479: Mary, dau of Franklin and Sarah Eggman died Dec 15, 1841 in her 13th year.