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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Palatine Ship Joyce Germany to Pennsylvania 1730Contributor: Dave Rohde
Date: Aug. 21, 2001
The enclosed lists are copied as they appear without alteration or change from the 1934 printing of "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" A list of ships arriving in Philadelphia 1727 to 1808 , Vol. 1 1727 to 1775 by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, LL.D. edited by William John Hinke, Ph.D., D.D.
This list had the ages listed after the name, in some cases a letter in parenthesis indicates the person made their mark:
[List 13 A] A List of Passengers on board y(e) Ship Joyce, William Ford, Comd(r), from Boston. [Qualified Nov.30th. 1730]
Christian Miller 60
Swore to November 30th 1730, before the Gov(r), Mr. Brooke,
M(r) Griffits, M(r) Hamilton, M(r) Hasel, & M(r) Claypole
William Ford 24 Qualified.
[List 13 B] Palatines imported in the Ship Joyce, William
Ford, Master, from Boston.
[List 13 C] Palatines imported in the Ship Joyce, William Ford, Master, from Boston.
Philad(ia) Nov. 30 1731 [read 1730].
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