Currently NO Official Reunions are scheduled,
nor will be until further notice!


The marker was unveiled at last year's reunion, see below for details.

Fogleman Newsletter

The Fogleman Newsletter is a publication for and about Fogleman descendants of George and Catherine (Lau/Low) Fogleman. Below is the most recent versions of the Newsletter.

reunion Fogleman Reunion Newsletter - October to December, 2013

Fogleman Reunion Newsletter Summer 2013


The Alamance County Genealogical Society has given the Fogleman web site permission to post the article "Fogleman-Shoffner Connections and Roots in German Rediscovered," which appeared in their September 2012 Journal.

You can read it here: Fogleman-Shoffner Connections and roots in Germany Rediscovered


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George Vogelmann (Fogleman) (circa 1721-circa March 1785 per his Will ) arrived in America on 5 September 1751 at Pennsylvania. He married Catherine Curtiss (Gotz) during the mid-1753-55's. They had the following children:

  • Peter who married 1) Ann Margaretha (unknown); 2) Katy Shatterly;
  • Anna Margaretha Fogleman who married John. David Gobel;
  • John Fogleman who married Molly Shaddy;
  • George Adam Fogleman who married Catherine "Katy" Shaddy;
  • Elizabeth Fogleman who married Peter Coble;
  • Catherine Fogleman who married John Coble;
  • Eve Fogleman who married John Spoone (Loeffel); and
  • Henry (Heinrich) Fogleman who married Nellie Helena (unknown).
  • Mary Fogleman (b. 23 Dec. 1776, Orange County, NC,d. 22 Apr 1866, Slawson Cemetery, Bennington, Switzerland County, Indiana.) Mary married John Shaddy, Jr. 
Fogleman marker front
Fogleman marker back

At the reunion, we unveiled the historical George & Catherine Fogleman homeplace marker.

Read about the history by clicking on the link below:

History Re: Historical Marker for George & Catherine Fogleman

Reunion Information

The official reunions have been cancelled until further notice, and another one will not be held until Dr. Aaron S. Fogleman has had an opportunity to visit Raibach, Sanzenbach, and Orendelsall, Germany area. Aaron has not indicated when he might be going there for such a purpose.


Helpful information and links
Mr. Spencer's book about German Immigration to this country in the 1700's.
Aaron Spencer Fogleman, Author
Aaron Spencer Fogleman at the reunion in 2001

German Immigration to the US in the 1700's
written by Aaron Spencer Fogleman

Genealogy and NC related Links

Tour Ancestral Locations in Alamance County - Tours including, the homesite of George Fogleman, the Old Brick Church, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Mt. Pleasant Lutheran Church, Stoner's Graveyard, Pine Hills Cemetery in Burlington, and possibly the Pleasant Hill Church Cemetery can be arranged upon request. To request a tour please contact:

Allen house located at the Alamance Battleground site.
Jerry Whittle at Low's Cemetery standing next to George Fogleman's gravesite.

Allen House
at the Alamance Battleground site.

Graves at Low's Church

Jerry Whittle
at Low's Church graveyard.

Committee contacts - Ask questions or make suggestions about our Reunion by contacting those listed below:
Jerry Whittle
1859 Chandler St.
Elon College, NC 27244
(336) 584-1531

Judie Lewis
3467 Seminole Street
Gotha, FL 34734-4456
(407) 298-3821


Campsite/RV Park
Campsite/RV Park
Comfort Inn
I-85/I-40 Area, Burlington, NC 27216-0519
Comfort Inn
2701 Kirkpatrick Road
Burlington, NC 27215-890
Tel: (336) 584-4447

RV Park in the area:
814 McDowell Country Trail
Asheboro, NC 27203
Tel: (336) 629-4069

KOA - Greensboro
Sharpe Road & Lee Street
Greensboro, NC
Tel: (336) 274-4143
Raleigh/Durham Airport

(Each are approximately 45 minutes from Burlington)
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This site was last updated: January 24, 2014