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also known as Anthos Heilmann or Heylmann b.1671 d.1759 (88yrs.) Married Maria Salome b.1672 d.9-26-1745 (73 yrs.), she (and maybe he is too) is buried Skippack Mennonite Cemetery. They immigrated with their children from Klein Niedesheim, located between Worms and Ludwigshafen on the west bank of the Rhine River in what was then known as the German Palatinate. Year of immigration unknown, however a letter from Capt. Van E. Hallman to Eric B. Hallman dated 7-11-1963 shows there is a record of a baptism in Klein Niedesheim as follows:
Anthony Heylmann & Maria Salome
14.10.1718 Anna Maria
Taufzeuge Anna Maria Haeusers von Pfiffligheim (Taufzeuge is German for Godmother)
Previous correspondence from Capt. Van E. Hallman to Eric B. Hallman dated 11-3-62 notes that a letter was received from the Burgermeister of Klein Niedesheim stating that the town "is located at Rheinpfalz and belongs to the province of Frankenthal in Pfalz, West Germany." Anthony purchased 150 acres in Skippack area, was a Warden of Augustus Lutheran Church, Trappe. Signed petition to Governor of Pa (don't know what it was for) on 5-17-1728. Naturalized in Phila. 1731, signed name Antonius Hallman. Assume that family immigrated between 1719 and 1728? ==M Hallowell

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