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Palatine Ship Bennet Gally

13 Aug 1750

Contributor: Thera. Vist her homepage at http://wc.rootsweb.com/~schwenk
Date of Contribution: March 21, 2001
Source: Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, edited by William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA, 1934.

[List 147 C] At the Courthouse at Philadelphia, Monday, the 13th August, 1750.

Present: Thomas Lawrence, Esqr, Mayor

The Foreigners whose Names are underwritten, imported in the Ship Bennet Galley, John Wadham, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Portsmouth in England, this day take and subscribe the usual Qualifications. Jas Shoemaker. 93 p. List. 260 Whole Freights.

Jacob (L) Lange       Joseph (X) Eck
Adolph Riehl       Christoff (K) Grindler
Isaac (X) Gunst       Adam Steffan
Hans Michael (+) Beyer       Heinrich Leininger
Hans Jacob Holander       Wendel Insul
Johan Georg Ott       Marttin Binder
Johanes ( ) Miller, on board       Johan Frantz Freis
J. Jacob (X) Shnitzlin        Johannes Jacob
Jacob (X) Dencker       Peder Merckel
Georg Acker        Johann Michel Klass
John Frederick (A) Ott       Gylyan Gunder
Michael (MS) Gallater       Uhlerich (St) Steiner
Johann Jakob Rüppel       Casper Stattller
Carl Gustav        Hans (H) Bergher
Johann Adam Bayer        D. Carl Gottlieb Diesberger
Johann David Neuman        Frederic ( ) Lawderbrun, on board
Michel Neumann        Peter Gutman
Johannes (O) Koch        Bentz (BH) Horny
Peter Bücks        Balzar (O) Leibrock
Hans George (X) Baldesparge       H. Nicklas ( ) Blader, on board
Jacob Lazrus        H. Jacob (O) Sander
Johannes Fillipus Schmit        Casper Ledig
Jacob (X) Vallentine        Hans Peter (+) Shrantz
Hans Georg Wetzel        Michel Kuntz
Jacob Schäffer        Hans Düringer
Hans George (++) Hallifas        Johanes (X) Bley
Henry ( ) Peter, on board        Hartman (X) Leibengut
Hans Georg Schenckel        Dewald (H) Wantlin
Johann Georg Süsz        Christian Friederich Knauss
Hans (+) Rughty        Friederich (O) Reys
Hans Peter (H) Peters        Jacob Reiss
Nicklaus Mercklin        Hans Michel Hell
Hans Georg (H) Horn        Johanes (+) Horn
George Fredrik (H) Horn        Benedick Peter
George Frederick (X) Heltzel        Hans Adam (H) Miller
Hans Michal (X) Hetzel        Jörg Jacob Brunsholtz
Peter (X) Funck        F. Adam (O) Printzholtz
Hans Michel Reber        Hans Thomas Leininger
Henrich Jacob Wanderburg        Adam (A) Fixe
Christoff (X) Ackerman        Hans Michal (+) Bonet
Hans Michael Roth        Johan Nickle Jost
Jullius Fridrich Vollandt        Johan Fillibs Jacob Scholl
Johann Georg Ramster        Johann Gorg Hafer
Benjamin (+) Kelhover        Peter (X) Lazurus
Andreas Müller        George (N) Lees
Hans Georg (H) Shlagbouer        Hans Michael (+) Leyby
Hans Jorg Reichert        Diebolt Schwenck

{Note from contributor: Letters within parentheses indicate the 'mark' made by the passenger in lieu of a full signature. Some names had parentheses but no mark within them...which appears to mean that they were sick or for some other reason unable to sign.}

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