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LANDMAN, Solomon - 1874 People's Guide - Wayne twp. Produce Dealer, Waynetown b. Europe 1831 to Montgomery Co 1865 Republican and Jewish.
Solomon Landman, Crawfordsville Journal 10 - 1 - 1898 p 3 - This afternoon shortly after 2 o'clock Solomon Landman died at his home on the corner of Green St. and Wabash Ave. Mr. Landman had not been in vigorous health for some time, but was able to be about his home until the last day or so, and nothing of a serious nature was apprehended until this morning, when he began to sick and grew worse until his sufferings were relieved by death. His disease was heart trouble. The time for the funeral ha snot as yet been arranged. Mr. L. was born in Germany 68 years ago and there grew to manhood, marrying Miss Betty Volnor. In 1866 he came with his family to this country and settled in Waynetown, where he continuedin business until 1891, when he came to Crawfordsville. Three children were born to Mr. & Mrs. Landman they being Isaac Landman of Danville, Ill; Louis Landman of Columbus, Ohio and Miss Minnie Landman who is with her mother. All the children were home at the time of Mr. Laudman's (sic) death. The deceased was a man highly respected in the community and was in all things a good citizen and neighbor. He was a big hearted, whole souled man and those who knew him best were his warmest friends and greatest admirers. The following information from Application for Citizenship in old papers in courthouse - not there now. B. Ferfagonnheim, Germany arrived 5 - 5 - 1865 naturalized 10 - 6 - 1866. 1870 Census Wayne Twp age 39 Huckster
Europe settled MC 1865 Republic Jew.
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