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Palatine Passengers on Board the Snow Two Sisters from Rotterdam, last from Cowes in England September 9, 1738

[List 54 A] A List of all the Palatine Passengers on Board the Snow Two Sisters, James Marshall, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes in England. [Qualified September 9, 1738.]
Hans Windal Hooft 28
Christn Snyder 32
Hans Jorick Wagenet 34
Hans Adam Heylman 24
Johs Tottinger 40
Johs Wildermoad 20
Melchior Shertly 55
Hans Adam Ziglet 20
Tidrick Benedick 30
Johans Tolder 36
Woolf Bruyn 45
Hans Jerick Graizer 50
Jacob Houser 25
Hans Marthel Holder 24
Casparus Holder 26
Hans Jerick Ireman 37
Philip Frederick 40
Hans Martin Brininger 35
Johs.[Lorine's note: Johannes] Godlief Brininger 33
Michael Easterly 20
Bliker Teidrick Zeyler 24
Hans Jerick Brandel 28
Hans Peter Bricker 32
Andreas Fry 40
Johs Philip Brandel 20
Leonard Notz 38
Hendrick Funk 36
Johs Joho 37
Christn Everhart 46
Johs. [Lorine's note: Johannes]
Hendrick Rydlestack 40
Hans Wm Wensil 35
Philip Smite 28
Simon Cruysmeyer 20
Mathias Keygat 35
Baldus Barret 40
Hans Jerick Coon 37
Johans Mirkle 26
Woolf Fangewer 24
Leonard Revor 32
Johs Hendrick Meyer 24
Hans Michael Riese 22
WOMEN
Catherina Hooften 24
Anna Elizabeth Hooften 27
Anna Maria Hooften 30
Anna Maria Shertly 40
Anna Barbara Sherely 32
Barbara Tolder 34
Barbara Brininger 28
Anna Shenck 40
Anna Greiser 37
Anna Eva Greiser 26
Maria Christina Greiser 33
Susannah Catharina Greiser 29
Maria Margt Ireman 32
Maria Herten 39
Anna Bareble 34
Elizth Brininger 30
Maria Dyer 52
Eliz. Catherina Dyer 32
Maria Dorothy Dyer 28
Barbara Pickering 34
Catharina Notz 37
Anna Funk 31
Margt Boamining 26
Susanna Joho 44
Christian Leonard 50
Anna Everhardt 42
Anna Rydlestack 26
Anna Keyger 37
Magdalen Switzen 34
Veronica Coon 47
CHILDREN
John William Syman 6
Melchior Rugh 9
Maria Smitzon 11
John Smitzen 5
Tidrick Shoup 7
Ludewick Ileshever 12
Maria Shoupen 13
Hans Peterley 15
Maria Uliger 9
Anna Margaret Zeigler 4
Christian Shenk 15
Jacob Dier 14
Hans Peter Zeyler 15
Magdalen Fisher 5
Catharina Fisher 8
John Hendrick Brandel 11
Anna Leonard 5
Hans Leonard 7
Hans Keygar 7
Barbara Otting 13
Hans Michael Coon 8
Andreas Hoover 15
Christn Elizth Swartzen 10
Hans Jacob Holder 12
France Joseph Ileshever 12
Hans Martha Herten 10
Jerick Frederick 6
Eva Knurring 6
Hendrick Fry 12
Martha Fry 9
Jacob Fry 6
Maria Fry 5
Anna Fry 4
Dorothy Notz 4
Hans Gruve 10
Peter Gruve 8
Anna Greoffin 4
Veronica Greoffin 9
Hannah Rydlestack 10

41 [men] 30 [women] 39 [children] [Total] 110

Sworn that the above is a true and complete list to the best of my knowledge. Septr 9th 1738. James Marshall.


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