John Zolman & Ellen Jane Zolman/Annie Elizabeth Haynes -- 631
Biography: GOODSPEED'S HISTORY OF S.E. MISSOURI. GOODSPEED PUBLISHING CO. 1888. Pages 683-684.
John Zolman, a native of Ohio, born in Knox County, July 20, 1838, is the son of Ephraim and Elizabeth (Herron) Zolman,
natives of Maryland and Ohio respectively. The father was a carpenter, joiner and cabinet-maker by trade.
The mother died when John was four years old. His father is still living, and is a resident of Williams County, Ohio,
where he removed in 1862, and is seventy-seven years old.
John Zolman was reared and educated in Knox County, Ohio,
and worked with his father at the carpenter's trade.
He came to Missouri in 1859 and located in St. Francois County,
working at the carpenter's trade.
December 11, 1861, he married Ellen Jane Zolman, a native of Missouri.
She died May 17, 1877. To this union were born six children,
two of whom are deceased, Caroline Isabel and John Edgar.
Those living are George William, Mary Elizabeth, Carrie Ellen and Ephraim Basil.
In 1870 he bought 85 acres of land, cleared and improved it,
sold it in 1883 and purchased where he now lives in 1883.
He has 110 acres of land, 85 acres in cultivation, well improved.
He married his present wife, Annie Elizabeth Haynes, January 16, 1878.
She was the daughter of John and Rebecca Haynes, born in Mercer County, Mo.
Her father died in 1885.
Her mother is living and a resident of Ste. Genevieve County, Mo.
Mr. Zolman is a Republican, politically, and a member of the K. of H. at Farmington.
The Descendants of Adam Zolman/Zollman
09/18/01 - SAH