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Eli Hallman[1,2]

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Sex  Male 
Eby ID  00048-3544 
Person ID  I14364 
Last Modified  01 Aug 2004 
 
Father  Abraham Hallman, b. 21 Apr 1832 
Mother  Maria Schmidt, b. 6 Feb 1837 
Group Sheet  F3609 
 
Family 1  Malinda Clemens, b. 18 May 1873 
Group Sheet  F1452 
 
Notes  Eli Hallman, "is married to Melinda Clemens. They reside in Berlin where he, in partnership with Mr. Cressman, is engaged in the mercantile business."
 
Sources  1. [S1]   Vol I A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra E. Eby, (Berlin, Ontario, 1895), 759   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
2. [S1]   Vol I A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and other townships of the county : being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin..., Ezra E. Eby, (Berlin, Ontario, 1895), 431   [View page(s) from the 1895-96 edition]
 
Photos
Eli Schmitt Hallman
A photograph of Eli Schmitt Hallman, on the left, who was ordained minister in the Mennonite church in 1897 and bishop in 1907.
Eli Schmitt Hallman and Melinda Clemens
A studio photograph taken at the time of Eli Schmitt Hallman's marriage to Melinda Clemens.
Eli Schmitt Hallman and Melinda Clemens Hallman
A photograph of Eli and Melinda Hallman, retired Mennonite minister and his wife on their 60th wedding anniversary, August 9, 1953.
Eli Schmitt Hallman and Melinda Clemens Hallman
A photograph of Eli Schmitt Hallman and Melinda Clemens Hallman with an unidentified woman.
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