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Christian Friedrich Adermann
(Abt 1817-)
Friederika Louise Bergemann
(1833-1914)
Frederich Carl August Heiden
(1832-1907)
Marianne Sophia Friedrike Alwardt
(1829-1907)
Carl Ferdinand D. Adermann
(1859-1927)
Maria Albertine Auguste Heiden
(1864-1940)

Paul Julius Johannes Adermann
(1899-1957)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Florence Alta Gallagher

Paul Julius Johannes Adermann

  • Born: 2 Apr 1899, Mound Township, Effingham, Illinois, United States 2 3 4 5
  • Marriage (1): Florence Alta Gallagher on 2 Mar 1920 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States 1
  • Died: 10 Jun 1957, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States at age 58 6
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Baptism: at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, 16 Apr 1899, Altamont, Effingham, Illinois, United States. 4

Census: 1900 United States Federal: Mound Township, Effingham, Illinois, United States. 7

Census: 1910 United States Federal: Mound Township, Effingham, Illinois, United States. 8

Confirmation: Immanuel Lutheran Church, 16 May 1913, Altamont, Effingham, Illinois, United States. 5

Residence: 1117 S College, 1923, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 9

Residence: 1117 S College, 1924, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 10

Residence: 1114 Tremont, 1926, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 11

Article: Daily Illinois State Journal, 3 Jul 1928, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 12

BELIEVE INCENDIARY
FIRE RAZED BARN


Special to The State Journal

Lincoln, July 2. - Fire believed to
be of incendiary origin broke out
about 11 o'clocl Sunday night in a
large barn at the rear of the Paul
Aderman home, 329 North Sherman
street.
The fire department had the fire
under control and out within a short
time although the entire barn was
a mass of flames when they arrived.
The loss was estimated at $300
which is covered by insurance.

Residence: 329 N Sherman, 1929, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 13

Census: 1930 United States Federal: Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 14

Article: Daily Illinois State Journal, 9 Apr 1933, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 15

Reports Auto Stolen
Paul Aderman, Lincoln, told police
last night that his 1928 Chevrolet
sedan was stolen betwen 7 and 8
o'clock from Sixth and Mason streets.

Residence: 322 N Sherman, 1934, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 16

Residence: 322 N Sherman, 1937, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 17

Residence: 322 N Sherman, 1939, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 18

Census: 1940 United States Federal: Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 19

Residence: 322 N Sherman, 1941, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 20

Residence: 322 Sherman, 1943, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 21

Article: Daily Illinois State Journal, 24 Nov 1943, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 22

Laud Achievement
Of Logan Farmers

"A" Award Is Presented
At Ceremony


Lincoln, Nov. 23. - How the spirit
of friendly co-operation among Lo-
gan county farmers, despite hand-=
caps of adverse weather, carried
them through a trying crop season
and enabled them to exceed pro-
duction of food for freedom was
told the world at ceremonied held
Tuesday morning at the Lincoln
theatre when the "A" award for
agriculture achievements for 1943
was presented to Logan county
farmers by Capt. G.C. Norton of
the U. S. army quartermaster
corps and John Bicket of the war
food administration.
After formal presentation were
made a nation-wide radio hookup
as well as a short wave to sta-
tions around the globe, broadcast
interviews of local farm leaders
by M. L. Du Mars of the U. S.
department of Agriculture radio
service and editor of the Farm and
Home Hour program.
In accepting the citation Albert
Gehlbach, Chester township farm-
er, said "Our government asked us
for certain kinds of food and cer-
tain quantities and we felt it our
duty and out priviledge to produce
these crops to the best of our abil-
ity and in line with the fertility
of our soils."
"The bountiful harvest in our
county was because there are no
atheists in the sky - the foxholes
or in agriculture." Ray E. Thomp-
son, Eminence township farmer,
declared in accepting the "A"
award banner.
That the women of Logan coun-
ty played a large part in the battle
of food production was revealed in
interviews of Mrs. Ellis VOlle of
Chestnut and Miss Alice Last of
Beason.
Mrs. Volle said she worked in
the field to plant and harvest 150
acres of soybeans besides raising
a double flock of chickens. She is
the mother of three children; two
sons and a 19-year-old daughter,
the latter who is employed in a
war plant. Mrs. Volle also said
she found time, in a 16 hour day,
to serve as a 4-H club leader.
Seventeen-year-old Alice Last,
selected as an outstanding state
member of the 4-H clubs, said she
raised a grand champion beef calf
and won first place with her vic-
tory garden. She has a sister in
the Waves.
N. H. Anderson, arm adviser,
pointed out the city residents of
the county realized the importance
of food production and called at-
tention to John Zurkammer, jr.,
who planted 119 acres of soybeans
and Paul Aderman who operated
a tractor. Both are employes of
the local utility and did the work
after their regular hours of em-
ployment.

Residence: 322 N Sherman, 1946, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 23

Article: The Pantagraph, 1 Jul 1948, Bloomington, McLean, Illinois, United States. 24

Lincoln Union,
Names Officers

LINCOLN - (PNS) - Newly
elected officers of local B51, Inter-
national Electrical Workers union,
were announced Tuesday. Fed
Blanford is the organization's new
president; Fletcher Taft, vice
president; Don Aderman, corre-
sponding secretary, and John Zur-
kamer Jr., financial secretary.
Members of the executive com-
mittee are Paul Aderman, Law-
rence Hagan, Floyd Worth and
Gilbert Hoaglin.

Residence: 1402 (1012) N State, 1950, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 25

Residence: 1202 N State, 1952, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 26

Residence: 1202 N State, 1955, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 27

Article: The Pantagraph, 12 May 1956, Bloomington, McLean, Illinois, United States. 28

Lincoln Division
Of Electric-Gas
Co, Honors 15

LINCOLN -
Fifteen employees
of the Lincoln division of Central
Illinois Electric and Gas Co, were
honored at the ninth annual serv-
ice pin award program and dinner
Friday evening at Hotel Lincoln.
Service pins were presented by
Vice-President-Manager John L.
Gordon.
Feature of the presentation cere-
mony was the presentation of a
35-year pin to Paul J. Aderman
who in turn presented his son,
Donald W. Aderman, with a 15-
year service pin.
Receiving 20-year service pins
were Ronald N. Holloway, Eugene
H. Mann, Raymond H. Robbins
Jr. and Frank W. Yeats Jr.
Ten year service pins went to:
Carl E. Deiss, Paul Durst, Harry
D. Goddard, Robert W. McShane,
Gerald D. Purdue and Frank J.
Shay.
Awarded five-year service pins
were: Marian R. Knecht, Clar-
ence W. Schrader, Henry J. War-
nisher.

Residence: RR 1, 1957, Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States. 29

Article: Daily Illinois State Journal, 27 May 1957, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 30

Power Short
Burns Man


Special To The State Journal
Lincoln, May 26 - A 6900 volt
power line in Lincoln was
shorted today by a lineman,
Paul Aderman, 58, and an "arc
of fire" set his clothes afire,
burning them off his body. He
is in critical condition in Abra-
ham Lincoln Memorial hospital.
Aderman was on top of a lad-
ter at the time, repairing a
line at 6:20 p.m. in an alley
on Walnut St. in Lincoln, be-
tween Fourth and Fifth Sts.
His partner, Morrell Deibert,
Mt. Pulaski, said a wrench on
Aderman's safety belt appar-
ently hit the 6900 volt line.
"An arc of fire seemed to
play around his body," Deibert
said, "then his clothes caught
fire." Aderman was knocked
out for a few seconds, but man-
aged to hold to the ladder. Dei-
bert and George Hoagland,
another lineman who lived near-
by, and Dave Shea, resident of
the area, rescued the burned
man. Deibert's fingers were
burned as he brought Aderman
down and helped beat out the
flames.
Central Illinois Electric and
Gas Co. technicians pulled the
switch that cut off power to
the entire city of Lincoln, when
they leaned of the accident. It
was not restored for about 90
minutes. Power was cut to the
two hospitals, and only Abra-
ham Lincoln Memorial has an
emergency generator for lights
only.
Aderman was taken to the
hospital in the Lincoln fire de-
partment's civil defense ambu-
lance. Doctors said he has sec-
ond and third degree burns over
65 per cent of his body, but be-
lieve he will survive.
This was the second accident
for the veteran lineman. He was
badly burned about 30 years
ago in a similar accident.

Article: Freeport Journal-Standard, 27 May 1957, Freeport, Stephenson, Illinois, United States. 31

Lincoln Lineman
Critically Burned
In Cable Contact


LINCOLN, Ill (AP). - Paul Ader-
man, 58, a lineman, was critically
burned Sunday night when a
wrench attached to his belt came
in contact with a 6,900-volt cable.
A fellow workman for the Cen-
tral Illinois Electric and Gas Co.,
said Aderman's clothing was set
ablaze in the mishap which oc-
curred on a building in downtown
Lincoln.
Power was shut off as an emer-
gency measure shortly after the
short circuit occurred about dusk.
The power company was unable
to restore electric service for 90
minutes after the shut off because
of mechanical difficulties

Article: The Decatur Daily Review, 27 May 1957, Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States. 32

LINEMAN BURNED

Lincoln Man in Critical Condi-
tion; Power Shut Off

Lincoln, May 27 (AP)

A lineman was critically burn-
ed on a 6,900-volt power cable at
dusk Sunday when a wrench at-
tached to his belt apparently came
in contact with the wire.
The resulting short circuit and
an emergency power cut off Lin-
coln from the main power plant.
The injured workman was Paul
Aderman, 58, a veteran employe
of the Central Illinois Electric and
Gas Co. in Lincoln.
Morrell Deibert, of Mount Pu-
laski, who was working with
Aderman on the high voltage line,
told police Alderman's wrench
struck the line. Deibert said an arc
of electric current surrounded Ad-
erman, setting his clothing afire.
Deibert and a passerby were
able to pull Aderman away from
the line and extinguished the fire in
Aderman's clothing. Deibert suf-
fered burns on his fingers.
Aderman was burned over his
entire body and was reported in
critical condition at a Lincoln hos-
pital.

Article: The Decatur Herald, 27 May 1957, Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States. 33

Blaze Starts as Wrench Shorts 6,900-Volt Cable

Power Line Fire Burns Lincoln Man
Lincoln, May 26 (Staff)

A power company serviceman,
standing atop a ladder while re-
pairing a 6,900-volt power line,
was critically burned today when
a wrench, which apparently con-
tacted the damaged wire, created a
short and set his clothes afire.
In critical condition at Lincoln
Memorial Hospital here is Paul Ad-
erman, 58, of Lincoln. Burned
about the hands while rescuing
him was Morrell Deibert, 54, of
Mount Pulaski, his helper.
The entire city was without elec-
tricity minutes after the accident
happened, but power was restored
after an hour and a half. Both hos-
pitals here were operating on em-
ergency equipment during the fail-
ure.
Witness at the accident scene
said Aderman was standing on a
ladder atop a Central Illinois Elec-
tric and Gas Co. truck and repair-
ing a damaged line.
The line damage was located in
the alley on Walnut Street between
4th and 5th streets. The wire runs
through the branches of a tree at
the point of the accident.
The short which touched off the
fire was apparently caused when a
wrench, swinging from Aderman's
belt, contacted the wire.
Deibert, who said "It looked
like an arc of fire around him
(Aderman)," raced part way up
the ladder and brought Aderman
to the ground.
Deibert, Dave Shay and George
Hoagland, both of Lincoln, were
able to extinguish the burning cloth-
ing. Hoagland, also an employee of
the utility company, and Shay were
watching the repair operation
when the mishap occurred.
Another bystander, Delbert
Freeman, of Lincoln, used the ra-
dio-telephone in the truck to noti-
fy the power plant. Officials there
cut the main circuits to the city.
Hospital clocks stopped at 6:20
p. m. and power was restored after
and hour and a half.
Aderman suffered second and
third degree burns over 65 per cent
of his body, hospital officials said
tonight.
Most of his clothing was burned
off and he was unconscious for a
short time after the accident.

Article: The Pantagraph, 27 May 1957, Bloomington, McLean, Illinois, United States. 34

Lineman Critically
Burned at Lincoln

6,900 Volts
Set Worker's
Clothing Afire


LINCOLN - (PNS) - A Central
Illinois Electric and Gas Co. line-
man was critically burned about
6:30 p. m. Sunday by a 6,900 volt
electric line on which he was
working. A wrench in his tool belt
apparently came in contact with
the line.
The victim, Paul Aderman, 58,
was reported in very critical con-
dition at Abraham Lincoln Mem-
orial Hospital Monday morning,
with second and third degree
burns on 65 per cent of his body,
legs and neck.
CLOTHING CATCHES FIRE
Witnesses said Aderman was
working atop an extension ladder
on the rear of the utility com-
pany's truck at the time. He was
knocked out by the shock and his
clothing burst into flame.
A bystander, Delbert Freeman,
who had been watching Aderman
work, called the electric company
over the utility truck's two-way
radio and ordered power cut off.
Morrelll Delbert, 54, who was
working with Aderman, George
Hoagland and Dave Shea, who
live near the scene of the mis-
hap, removed him from the lad-
der.
Diebert burned his hands put-
ting out the fire on Aderman's clothi
ing.
POWER CUT OFF
The accident, which happened on
Walnut street between Fourth and
Fifth streets, was the second such
mishap for Aderman, who was
similarly burned 30 years ago.
Lincoln was without electric ser-
vice for about two hours, and
physicians at the hospital treated
Aderman while working under
lights furnished by an emergency
power unit. Full power was re-
stored throughout the city about
8:30 p. m.

Article: Daily Illinois State Journal, 11 Jun 1957, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States. 35

2 Die After
Accidents
At Lincoln


Lincoln. June 10 - Two victims
of violent accidents died in Lin-
coln Monday, one bringing the
toll of traffic deaths in Logan
county so far this year to 12.
Paul J. Alderman, 58, a line-
man for the Central Illinois
Electric & Gas Co. for 36 years,
died at 8:45 a.m. Monday at
Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos-
pital of burns sustained May 28
when he came in contact with
a 8900 volt powerline.
Mrs. Letha Raymond, 65, of
University City, Mo., died at
1:30 p.m. Monday at Abraham
Lincoln Memorial hospital of in-
juries received June 2 in a two
car crash on U.S. 66 a mile
south of Altamont. She had sus-
tained a hip fracture, head and
internal injuries.
Mr. Alderman was making re-
pairs to a line on Walnut St.,
working at the top of a ladder,
when a crescent wrench on his
safety belt touched the power
line. His clothing was set on fire
and he sustained second and
third degree burns over 65 per
cent of his body. He had been in
critical condition siunce the ac-
cident.
The body was taken to Dam-
merman & Fricke funeral home
where serviced will be held at
2 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. Ehme
Odterbur officiating. Burial will
be in Zion cemetery.
Mr. Alderman was born April
2, 1899, at Altamont, a son of
the late Ferdinand and Mary
Heiden Alderman. His marriage
to Florence Gallagher took place
March 2, 1920, in Peoria.
Surviving are his wife; a son,
Donald, of Lincoln; a daugther,
Mrs. Alma Buchholz, of R. R.
New Holland, and four grand-
children. Three brothers and
four sisters also survive, Carl,
Daggett, Mich.; Theodore, Mt.
Pulaski; Wilbur, Altamont; Mrs.
Tena DeJong and Mrs. Hulda
Smith, both of Springfield; Mrs.
Vivian Yocum, Detroit, Mich.,
and Mrs. Alma Bridges, Poenix,
Ariz.
He was a member of Imman-
uel Lutheran church at Alta-
mont, member and treasurer of
Lincoln Moose lodge, and a
member of the Legion of the
Moose.
The body of Mrs. Raymond
was taken to Holland & Barry
funeral home and will be taken
to Minoonk for funeral and bur-
ial. Coroner JOhn Barry will
hold an inquest.
Her husband, Frank Ray-
mond, 74, is still a patient in
Abraham Lincoln Memorial hos-
pital, sufferning from injuries
received in the accident.
Lonnie Davis, 20, of St. Louis,
driver of the Raymond car, and
Mrs. Isabel WHite, 45, of Spring-
field, alon in her car, injured
in the accident, have been dis-
charged from the hospital.

Article: Freeport Journal-Standard, 11 Jun 1957, Freeport, Stephenson, Illinois, United States. 6

Lincoln Man Dies
From Burns Monday
LINCOLN, Ill (AP) - Paul J. Ader-
man, 58, of Lincoln, a lineman,
died Monday from burns he re-
ceived May 28 when he came in
contact with a 6,900-volt power
line while working in downtown
Lincoln. He had been employed by
the Central Illinois Electric and
Gas Co. for 36 years.

Obituary: The Decatur Daily Review, 11 Jun 1957, Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States. 36

Lincoln Man
Dies of Burns

Lincoln, June 11 (Staff)

Paul J. Aderman, 58, a lineman
for the Central Illinois Electric and
Gas Co. for 36 year, died at 8:45
a.m. Monday at Abraham Lincoln
Memorial Hospital of burns re-
ceived May 28 when he came in
contact with a 6,900-volt power
line.
He was making repairs to a line
on Walnut Street working at the
top of a ladder when a crescent
wrench on his safety belt touched
the power line.
His clothing was set on fire and
he sustained second and third de-
gree burns over 65 per cent of his
body.
The body was taken to Dam-
merman & Fricke Funeral Home
where services will be held at 2
p.m. Wednesday with the Rev.
Ehme Osterbur officiating. Burial
will be in Zion Cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Florence;
a son, Donald, Lincoln; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alma Jean Buchholz,
New Holland; brothers, Carl,
Dagget, Mich.; Theodore, Mount
Pulaski; Wilbur, Altamont; sisters,
Mrs. Tena DeJong and Mrs. Hul-
da Smith, Springfield; Mrs.
Vivian Yocum, Detroit, Mich.,
and Mrs. Alma Bridges, Phoenix,
Ariz.

Obituary: The Altamont News, 13 Jun 1957, Altamont, Effingham, Illinois, United States. 37

Burns Fatal For Paul
Adermann Who Dies On
Monday In A Hospital
Paul Adermann, age 58, of Lin-
coln, Ill., wo was burned in an
accident while repairing a power
line on May 26, died at 8:45
o'clock Monday morning in Abra-
ham Memorial Hospital. He was
a brother to W. P. Adermann and
a native of the Altamont com-
munity.
He suffered second and third
degree burns over 65 per cent of
his body.
Funeral services were held in
the Dammerman and Fricke
funeral home at 2 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon with Rev. Ehme
Osterbur officiating.
Mr. Adermann was an electric
serviceman for Central Illinois
Electric and Gas Co, in Lincoln
for the past 36 years.
He was born in Altamont on
April 2, 1899, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ferdinand Adermann.
He attended Immanuel Luth-
eran grade school and was con-
firmed in Immanuel Lutheran
Church.
He was married to Florence
Gallagher of Lincoln, Ill., on
March 2, 1920.
Surviving is his wife, Florence;
his son, Donald; his daughter, Mrs.
Alma Jean Bucholtz; and four
grandchildren.
Also the following brothers and
sisters; Carl of Daggett, Mich.,
Theodore of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., and
Wilbert of Altamont, Ill., Mrs.
Tena DeJong of Mrs. Hulda
Smith of Springfield, Ill., Mrs.
Vivian Yocum of Detroit, Mich.,
And Mrs. Alma Bridges of
Phoenix, Ariz.
Preceding him in death were
his parents, three sisters and a
brother.

Article: The Decatur Daily Review, 3 Jul 1957, Decatur, Macon, Illinois, United States. 38

ELECTRICAL BURNS
CAUSE LINCOLN DEATH

Lincoln, July 2 (Staff)

The death of Paul Aderman,
Lincoln, was caused from acciden-
tal electric burns suffered while
working as a utility repairman, ac-
cording to a finding Monday even-
ing of a coroner's jury. Aderman
died June 10 from burns received
May 26. Coroner john Barry led
the inquest.


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Paul married Florence Alta Gallagher, daughter of Levi Gallagher and Mary Jane Robbins, on 2 Mar 1920 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, United States.1 (Florence Alta Gallagher was born on 22 Sep 1901 in Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States 39 40 and died on 18 Apr 1980 in Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States 39 40.)


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1 Marriage License, State of Illinois Peoria County License Dated 2 March 1920.

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Name: Paul John Aderman
City: Not Stated
County: Logan
State: Illinois
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1899
Race: White
Roll: 1614208
DraftBoard: 0.

3 Delayed Record of Birth, State of Illinois State File No. 203969.

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NAME: Paul Aderman
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1923
STREET ADDRESS: 1117 S College
RESIDENCE PLACE: Springfield, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Stock Clerk
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NAME: Paul Aderman
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OCCUPATION: Clerk
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NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1926
STREET ADDRESS: 1114 Tremont
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Electrician
SPOUSE: Florence Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1926

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1929
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NAME: Paul J Aderman
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1934
STREET ADDRESS: 322 N Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1934

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1937
STREET ADDRESS: 322 N Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1937

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
RESIDENCE YEAR:1939
STREET ADDRESS: 322 N Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1939

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1941
STREET ADDRESS: 322 N Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Elec Wkr
SPOUSE: Florence A Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1941

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1943
STREET ADDRESS: 322 Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Elec Wkr
SPOUSE: Florence A Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1943

22 Daily Illinois State Journal, 24 Nov 1943, p. 7, col. 3; digital images.

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NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1946
STREET ADDRESS: 322 N Sherman
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Elec Wkr
SPOUSE: Florence A Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1946

24 (Bloomington)The Pantagraph, 1 Jul 1948, p. 13.

25 "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/);

NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1950
STREET ADDRESS: 1402 (1012) N State
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Electrician
SPOUSE: Florence A Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1950

26 "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/);

NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1952
STREET ADDRESS: 1202 N State
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
OCCUPATION: Trouble Shooter
SPOUSE: Florence Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1952

27 "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/);

NAME: Paul J Aderman
GENDER: M (Male)
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1955
STREET ADDRESS: 1202 N State
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
SPOUSE: Florence A
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1955

28 (Bloomington)The Pantagraph, 12 May 1956, p. 2.

29 "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/);

NAME: Paul Aderman
GENDER: Male
RESIDENCE YEAR: 1957
RESIDENCE PLACE: Lincoln, Illinois, USA
SPOUSE: Florence Aderman
PUBLICATION TITLE: Lincoln, Illinois, City Directory, 1957

30 Daily Illinois State Journal, 27 May 1957, p. 1, col. 1; digital images.

31 (Freeport)Freeport Journal-Standard, 27 May 1957, p. 18.

32 (Decatur)The Decatur Daily Review, 27 May 1957, p. 27.

33 Decatur Herald-Review, 27 May 1957, online archives, p. 1.

34 (Bloomington)The Pantagraph, 27 May 1957, p. 5.

35 Daily Illinois State Journal, 11 Jun 1957, p. 3, col. 2; digital images.

36 (Decatur)The Decatur Daily Review, 11 Jun 1957, p. 16.

37 The Altamont News, Altamont Illinois, 13 Jun 1957, Page 1, Column 4.

38 (Decatur)The Decatur Daily Review, 3 Jul 1957, p. 9.

39 U.S. Social Security Death Index (Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006.),

Name: Florence Aderman
SSN: 334-01-5902
Born: 22 Sep 1901
Last Benefit: 62656 Lincoln, Logan, Illinois, United States of America
Died: Apr 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (Before 1951).

40 "U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007," database, Ancestry.com(http://www.ancestry.com/);

Name: Florence Alta Aderman
SSN: 334015902
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1901
Birth Place: Lincoln Loga, Illinois
Father Name: Lee Gallagher
Mother Name: Mary J Robins
Death Date: Apr 1980
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Jan 1936: Name listed as FLORENCE ALTA ADERMAN; 18 Dec 1987: Name listed as FLORENCE ADERMAN


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