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Palatine German Pioneers - Muller Family
Descendants of Johannes MullerGENERATION 1 Johannes Muller died Bet. 1710 - 1711 +Anna Elizabeth Deischer (Loscher) born about 1669
GENERATION 2 Jacob Muller born about 1696
GENERATION 2Melchior Muller born about 1698
GENERATION 2 Johannes Nicholas (Niclaas) Muller born 10 May 1705 in New York died Bef. 1781 +Maria Dorothea Wust married 19 Jan 1730/31 in Loonenburg, New York died May 1781 in Beaverdam, New York
GENERATION 3 Johannes Muller born 11 Feb 1732/33 in Teerbosch, New York
GENERATION 3 Elizabeth Muller born 30 Mar 1735 in Germantown, New York +Jonas Larroway a Loyalist in Butler's Rangers, born about 1731 in Schoharie New York married 16 Feb 1754 in Schoharie, Schoharie, New York died after 1801 in Ontario
GENERATION 3 Apolonia Muller born 09 Jun 1739
GENERATION 3 Catharina Muller born 12 Jul 1741 in Germantown, New York +David Hirt married 09 Apr 1760 in Schoharie New York
GENERATION 3 Conrad Muller born 05 Aug 1743 in Germantown, New York +Elisabetha Margaretha Wanner married 29 Jun 1773 in Schoharie New York
GENERATION 3 Nicolaus Muller born 11 Nov 1745
GENERATION 3 Engel Muller born 26 Sep 1747 in Germantown, New York +Michael Seibel married 1770 in Schoharie New York
GENERATION 3 Johann Jacob Muller born 02 Jun 1750
GENERATION 3 Johann Georg Muller born 07 Oct 1752
GENERATION 2 Anna Engel Muller born about 1708
GENERATION 2 Dorothea Muller born 16 Oct 1709 in Deptford, England
Reference Sources: * The Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710 by Henry Z. Jones, Jr.
* More Palatine Families : Some Immigrants to the Middle Colonies 1717-1776 and Their European Origins Plus New Discoveries on German Families Who arriv by Henry Z. Jones, Jr.
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