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Palatines from Germany to England in 1709

May Arrivals Page 3


Lists of Germans from the Palatinate Who Came to England in 1709 - May 1709 Arrivals (Page 3)

Abbreviations Used... w=wife; s=single; Luth=Lutheran; Cath=Catholic; Ref=Reformed; Bap=Baptist; the numbers in the sons & daughters columns are the ages of the sons or daughters.

Many of the individuals and families listed here went on to America, arriving in 1710. See: Palatine Ships to New York in 1710

As with any transcription of old records there may errors. You should consult the original source.

Continued from Page Two

NameAgeWifeSonsDaughtersChurch
      
Unmarried Persons, Widows, Etc.     
Rose, Anna53--917-4Ref
Rose, Catherine24----1 1/2Ref
Bettinger, Anna Christina60------Ref
Tanner, Cathrina35----6Cath
Schoen, Maria Cathrina38--10-8-41 1/2Cath
Winter, Maria Cathrina50----20Cath
Raths, Jane50------Ref
Schwaegerin, Apollonia50------Ref
Martins, Gertrud42--9--Ref
Eschelmanns, Anna37--16--Bap
George Riedel's mother-in-law50------Luth
Warambour, Mary56--24-23-19-1722Ref
      
Unmarried     
Sister of Henry Meyers42------Ref
Sister-in-law of Michael Klein20------Ref
Cathrina, Servant maid36------Ref
Friede, Cathrina30------Ref
Wagner, Mary Elizabeth24------Ref
Bauer, Christina23------Bap


Such as Entered their Names Last
No. of the familyName
4Lang, Johan
5Stutz, Eberhard
4Pens, Benedict
1Bohm, Johannes
1Denias, Philip
1Albenz, Christoph
1Lichtneggar, Gottlob August
1Graeff, Jacob, whose parents live in Pennsylvania, a boy 10 years of age
1George Klug, his sister's son, a boy 15 years of age
19Persons who entered their names last


Closing Notes

The whole sum of men, wives and children, lately come over from the Palatinate into this Kingdom makes out 852.

John Tribbeko, Chaplain to his late Royal Highness Prince George of Denmark

George Andrew Ruperti, Minister of the German Lutheran Church in the Savoye

Endorsed: Miscellaneous. Account of the number, conditions and trades of the poor German come over from the Palatinate.

Referred to in mem. from the Lutheran minister.

Received and read 12th May, 1709, D. 57 Entered A folio 401.



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