|William Worrella HOFFMAN & Julia UHL Family||William Wallace BOTKIN & Julia UHL Family|
| William Worrella
HOFFMAN was born 16 Jun 1836 in Bethlehem, Stark County, Ohio to David
Samuel HOFFMAN and Sarah Ann WHITE. He married Julia Ann UHL,
daughter of Jacob UHL and Catherine DYE on 15 May 1856 in Dunham,
Washington County, OH.
They had three daughters, Lucy born 21 Jan 1858, Martha 18 Jan 1860, and Rose born 4 Aug 1862, who were all born in Barlow, Washington County, OH.
Roster of OH Troops (Civil War) Co. F. Mustered in May 17 1864 at Marietta, OH by James P. W. Neill, 1st Lieutenant 18th Infantry, USA. William W. Hoffman Sergeant age 27; date of entering the service, May 2 1864; period of service 100 days, remarks; Died Aug 11 1864 in Balfour US General Hospital at Portsmouth, VA.
Wm. W. W. Hoffman, son of David and Sarah A. Hoffman was born in Bethlehem, Stark Co. June 16 1836. Went from Barlow as Sergeant in Co. F 148 O.N.G. (Ohio National Guard) Served with the Rgt. till about Aug 1 when he was sent sick from Bermuda Hundred to Hampton Hospital Fort Monroe, where he died Aug 11 1864. Married and left three children. He is buried in Hampton National Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia.
William Wallace BOTKIN was born 24 May 1844 in Watertown,
Washington County, OH to Charles BOTKIN and Experience WHITE a sister of
Sarah Ann WHITE. On 2 Jan 1868 in Marietta, Ohio, he married Julia
UHL HOFFMAN, the widow of his friend W.W. HOFFMAN. He and Julia
raised her three daughters as well as added three daughters and two sons
to the family. Katherine born 2 Mar 1867 in Ohio, James W. born 31
Mar 1869 in Ohio, Joseph George born 25 Apr 1873, Elizabeth M. born 25 May
1875 and Edith E. born 5 Sep 1878. Joe, Lizzie, and Edith were born
in Paskenta, Tehama, Co., CA.
CIVIL WAR RECORDS
Company Descriptive Book....Wallace W. Bodkins; Co. F, 73 Reg't Ohio Infantry. Age 18 years; height 5 feet 5 inches. Complexion fair; eyes blue; hair dark; Where born; Watertown, Ohio; occupation farmer. Enlistment. October 30, 1861,Belpre, Ohio, by Capt. Lucas; term 3 yrs. Remarks, Discharged at Columbus Ohio by order of Maj. Gen. Heintzleman June 15, 1864. Wounded severely at Gettysburg which disabled him. Company Muster Roll....Absent sick, wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.
MY FATHER, WILLIAM WALLACE BOTKIN, by Joseph G. Botkin
"My father, William Wallace Botkin, was born in Watertown, Washington, Co., OH, about 1847; served all through the Civil war, was badly wounded in the battle of Gettysberg; after the war he secured a job on the Railroad in OH.
My mother's maiden name was Julia UHL, first married a man by the name of HOFFMAN who was later killed in the Civil war; after that she married my father, William Wallace Botkin, and in the fall of 1870 came to California and settled near Paskenta, Tehama County.
Later years my father sold his ranch near Paskenta, and went to work for the S. P. Railroad Company; and was still in their employment at time of death, he died in the Railroad Hospital in San Francisco." William Wallace Botkin Died 20 Dec 1903.
born about 1798 in Virginia is believed to be the son of Jacob 1766 in PA,
son of The Emigrant G. David UHL. His wife Catherine DYE born
about 1800 in VA is the daughter of Thomas DYE Sr. and Jane MANKIN.
Jacob and Catherine were married 30 Dec 1819 in Wood Co., WV.
Some sources suggest they went to California but no record has been found. They were in VA as late as 1839 when their son Sam was born.
None of them have been located on the 1840 census. Julia is on the 1850 census in the household of Martin and Catharine BRUMBACK. In 1860 she is with her HOFFMAN family and her brothers Joe, George, and Sam are in Paskenta, Tehama County, CA.
Samuel HOFFMAN aka HUFFMAN was born 6 Aug 1806 in Greensburg,
Westmoreland County, PA and was Christened at the First Lutheran Church of
Greensburg on 2 Jan 1812. His father's name may have been Peter and
his mother Magdalena. David HOFFMAN and Sarah Ann WHITE were
married on 20 April 1834 in Green Twp., Wayne County, OH by Minister
S. Wilford. Their children were: Adam, William Worrella, Mary,
David S., John W., Richard Arthur, Samuel H., Francis A., Elizabeth, Ruth
A., and Edward F.
MANUFACTURES, FACTORIES, ETC. of Barlow Township OH, pg #2
David Huffman was engaged in Cabinet making from 1838 to 1860.
HISTORY OF THE M. E. CHURCH in Barlow - pg #5
In Feb 1848 David Huffman was appointed class leader of North Class in place of Luman Richards.
During the pastorate of J. L. Durant the trustees of the Church, Daniel Canfield, John Milligan, Joseph Palmer, and David Huffman, remodeled & rebuilt the old church, adding a cupola and bell. It is at present a good substantial church thirty-five by forty feet.
In Sept. 1873 Lewis S. Lawton was appointed class leader of north class after the death of David Huffman.
BARLOW, OH CEMETERY RECORDS -- Hoffman, David ... born August 6, AD. 1806 - Died Octber 16, AD. 1872.
Washington Co. OH Death Records Book
I-1320. David Hoffman 1872, Oct 16, 66y2m10d died Barlow Twp., born PA,Carpenter - paralysis - lived Barlow twp.- reported by James Haddow.
Rev. William WHITE - Father of Sarah Ann WHITE who married David
Samuel HOFFMAN, Experience WHITE who married Charles BOTKIN, and Amy WHITE
who married Worthy JOHNSON. This picture is a copy of a picture in
the possession of the great granddaughter of Amy. Not much is
known about Rev. William WHITE. The following is a collection
in that search. As always, any clarification appreciated.