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ILLMAN, FREDERICK

 

Born: 3-12-1826                                                          married: Sarah Tabitha Brown

Died: 5-20-1904  Warren County NJ             obit: [d. 6/2/1853]

                                                                                    married2: Ann Catharine Brown

1849    local pastor’s license, Philadelphia Conf        obit2: Philadelphia Conference 1896, 100

1850    admitted on trial, Philadelphia Conference

1852    ordained deacon

1854    ordained elder

 

Interment: Morris Cemetery, Phoenixville PA

Obit: Philadelphia Conference 1905, 73

 

1848-49           Pottstown circuit

1849-50           Stroudsburg circuit

1850-51           Halifax circuit

1851-52           Stoddartsville

1852                charter member of Wyoming Conference

1852-53           Stoddartsville

1853-54           Lehman

1854-56           Newpoty

1856-57           Lackawanna

1857-58           Blakely

1858-59           Thompson

1859-60           Ararat

1860-61           Cherry Ridge

1861-63           Oregon [Carley Brook]

1863-65           Mehoopany

1865-66           located

1866                “transfer” to Philadelphia Conference

                        Cherry Valley

                        Richmond

                        Newtown

                        Marshalltown

                        Dauphin

                        Mt. Nebo

                        Spragueville

                        Parryville

                        Nesquehoning

                        Geiger’s Mills

                        Dauphin

                        Charlestown

1897                retired

 

Note: Frederick Illman is the father of George F. Illman (1861-1936) of the Newark Conference and Robert I.B. Illman (1863-1951) of the Troy Conference.  His two wives were sisters.


 

INGALLS, ROSMAN

                                  

Born: 12-7-1802  Ticonderoga NY                             married: Ezoa Stevens
Died: 10-25-1882  Euclid NY                                    obit: [2/17/1802 – 12/5/1874]

                                                                                    married2: Augusta Stevens

1833    admitted on trial, Oneida Conference            obit2: [d. 1882]

 

Interment: Gibson PA
Obit: Wyoming Conference 1883, 46

 

1831-33           Broome

1833-34           Spencer

1834-35           Windsor

1835-36           Bainbridge

1836-37           Greene

1837-39           Brooklyn

1839-41           Cherry Valley

1841-46           Oneida Mission

1846-52           administrator, Indian Mission

1852                charter member of Wyoming Conference

1852-53           Broome

1853-55           Gibson

1855-56           on leave

1856-57           Brooklyn

1857                retired

 

Note:  A brief biography of Rosman Ingalls appears in Chaffee’s 1904 History of the Wyoming Conference, page 199.  His two wives were sisters.



 

ISMOND, LOREN V.

 

Born: 8-13-1836  NY                                                  married: Annie E. Nash

Died: 11-5-1916                                                          obit: [11/21/1841 – 5/25/1920]

 

1862    admitted on trial, Oneida Conference

 

Interment: Highland Cemetery, Hamilton MO

Obit:

 

1862-63           Sidney

1863                transfer to Wyoming Conference by boundary change

1863-65           Unadilla

1865-67           Earlville

1867-69           Bainbridge

1869-70           on leave

1870                transfer to Missouri Conference

1870-71           Lagrange

 

Note: Loren V. Ismond retired to Topeka KS in 1903.