Beidelman, Elias, father of Samuel, emigrated from Germany in 1730. He settled in Bucks County, Pa., and died
there at the age of seventy three years. Samuel Beidelman came to Chemung among the early settlers. Here he cleared
what is now known as the George Beidelinan farm. His wife, Sarah Cassada, bore him ten children, as follows: Isaac,
Abram, Jacob, Rosina, Polly, Betsey, Catharine, Samuel, John, and Crystal. Mr. Beidelnian died on his farm in Chemung
in 1836 at an advanced age. Isaac Beidelman, born at Easton, Pa., in 1790, married Urban, daughter of Elias Middaugh,
and their children were Anson, Addison, Belinda, Harriet, Anthony, John, Arthur, Elizabeth. George, and Samuel.
The latter married Lessie Carr, and by her had three children. They now reside on a farm in Minnesota. Addison
Beidelman married, first, Minerva Curry, and second, Susan L. White. By the latter he had one son, Miles C., of
Sheshequin, Pa. George Beidelman was born in Chemung, December 12, 1824, and now resides in Chemung on the homestead
farm. Jacob Beidelinan, son of Samuel, sr., was born at Easton, Pa., in 1776, and in 1802 settled on the Beidelman
farm, where he died in 1803, at the age of eighty seven. He married Sarah Qassada, who was born in 1782, a daughter
of Robert Cassada, and their children were: Hannah, Elizabeth, Enphias, Eliza, Isaac, Henry S., Cynthia; and Clarissa.
Henry S. Beidelman, a native of Chemung, married Sally, daughter of John and Polly (Bennett) Kent, by whom he had
eight children, viz.: George H., Harrison, James F., Sarah, Josephine, Simeon, Elizabeth, and John. James F. Beidelman
was born March 19, 1843, and married, June 14, 1465, Mariah, daughter of John and Sarah Danner, of Connecticut.
By her he had two children: Hattie M., born April 11, 1866, and Minnie D., born March 7, 1868. Mr. Beidelman resides
on the homestead farm of his grandfather. Hannah Beidelman Mitchell survives at the aged of eight eight years,
and Elizabeth Beidelman Lloyd is living at the age of eighty five. Eliza Beidelman lives aged eighty years.
Our County and its people
A History of the Valley and County of Chemung
BY: Ausburn Towner
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1892
Chemung County, NY
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