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F. Lottermann (female), b. 1790 Germany in Edgefield Co, SC in 1860
Posted by: Barbara Crites (ID *****9526) Date: August 10, 2005 at 10:24:35
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Need help with names of parents and siblings of Charles Lodtmann/Lottman, merchant tailor, living in Augusta, GA by 1840 (he is listed in census, with one female in household, both age 30/40).

Is Charles Lodtmann any related to female, age 70, named, "F. Lotterman", b. Germany, living 1860 Hamburg, Edgefield County, SC, in household of George Krammer, age 48, bootmaker, b. Germany. "F. Lotterman" is not listed in 1870 census. What was her relationship to the Kramer family?

Charles was mentioned in Augusta newspaper 1 Dec 1841 (Chronicle & Sentinel) in advertisement for tailoring business in partnership with Charles Ripley (expert cutter). They purchased stand located 208 Broad Street in Augusta.

The partnership was dissolved 5 May 1845 and Charles mentioned in his Ad that he traveled to New York to purchase new fabrics, plus hired a cutter, "Mr. Bradford of New York". In his Ad's he mentioned from time to time as having just arrived from New York. Charles Lodtmann is mentioned in his tailoring ads until 1846 in Augusta newspaper.

Listed in 1860 Hancock County, GA census: Charles Lodtmann,age 44, (b. ca. 1816) in Germany, occupation: tailor. Wife: "N", age 44, and female child, "G", age 7.
Is this same man?

I found in Maryland marriage records where a Charles Lodtmann married Milcah Gilbert, 21 May 1836, Baltimore, MD.

Any help appreciated.

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