|Notes : George Adam, usually referred to as Adam, at age 10, arrived with his parents in Philadelphia, 28 Oct 1738. Adam obtained manhood and moved south to the Limerick - Trappe area. He took the "Oath of Allegiance" to the colony of Pennsylvania in Skippack, 10 April 1762. He had an account with the Salfordville Store, 1766 - 1774. In 1788 he gave 74 acres of his land in Limerick Twp., to his son Adam. This was one year after his wife Anna Martha died. His son Adam only worked his father's gift for ten years before his early death in 1798. Sometine after 1800 this family became Prutzman, probably because the English record keepers wrote down what they thought they heard from the German speaking Brotzmans. His brothers in Easton were able to maintain the Brotzman spelling. Adam married a second time to a Catherine Schneider, date unknown. No children were recorded from this second union.|
Adam Prutzman, Limerick, will written Jan. 26, 1804, filed Jun 19, 1815. Wife Catharine.
Sons: David, Adam, Jacob, Frederick, Daus: Hannah, Mary, Son in law John Kepler.