Noted events in his life were:
1. Religion: in South Whitehall Twp.: Jordan Reformed Church, Lehigh, PA 2
2. His ancestors likely immigrated on the ship Samuel, Hugh Percy, Commander, from Rotterdam with 340 passengers, arriving in Philadelphia on 27 Aug 1739. On board were Hans Adam Diehl, Johan Daniel Diehl, and Carl Adam Diehl. 4
4. He appeared on the census in 1800 in Macungie Twp., Lehigh, PA. 6 The Adam Diehl household had:
5. Tax List: Adam Diehl, Solomon Diehl, 1812, Lowhill Twp., Lehigh, PA. 7
6. Book: History of Lehigh County, 1914. 1
Adam married Marie.
1 Roberts, Charles Rhodes, History Of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, Volume II (Allentown, Pa., Lehigh Valley Pub. Co., 1914. 3 volumes, illustrated, maps. Prepared by a committee appointed by the Lehigh County Historical Society; chapters contributed by various writers.).
2 LeVan, Russell George, Early Immigrants from Germany and Switzerland to Eastern Pennsylvania (Gateway Press Inc, Baltimore, 1990), Page 261.
3 1800 United States Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Roll 37 Book 1, Page 578.
4 Rupp, Daniel, A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 - 1776 (I. G. Kohler, Philadelphia, 1876), Page 133.
5 1790 United States Census, Pennsylvania, Berks County, Longswamp Township, Series: M637 Roll: 8 Page: 88.
6 1800 United States Census.
7 History of the counties of Lehigh and Carbon, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Everts & Richards, 1884, 934 pgs.), Page 292.