From History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches (Cleveland, Ohio: H. Z. Williams & Bros., 1882), Volume 2, p. 457:
Abraham Wartman was born in Pennsylvania in 1768 and came to Vienna in 1827, locating on the farm now owned by his son Solomon. He married Miss Ann M. Rhodes. They had eleven children, six of whom are living, viz: Catherine Hake, residing in Missouri; Rebecca Hake, residing in Vienna; Solomon, residing in Vienna; Sarah Shaffer, residing in Howland; Elizabeth Wehrenberger, residing in Lordstown; Rachael Hake, residing in Missouri; Marie Hake died in 1877; Jonathan, Abraham, Matthias, and Henry, are also dead.
Solomon Wartman married Miss Louisa L. Whitten in 1839, September 27th. Five of their children are living: Cline, residing in Vienna; Elizabeth A. Hulse resides in Illinois; Solomon resides in Vienna; Mary A. is at home; Louisa L., Lucy, and James are dead. Mr. Wartman is a tanner by trade, having learned the trade from his father, but is now engaged in farming. He pays special attention to stock raising, dealing principally in fine stock, especially fine wooled sheep. He is also proprietor of the old saw-mill, which is located near his home.