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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Palatine Ship The Mary 1732Source: 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 has the ages following. Other lists may show letters in parenthesis in the body of the name, this is where the individual made their mark. Other letters following names or titles in the texts are for subscript letters in the original print.
[List 25 A] [Passengers imported in the Ship Mary, John Gray, Master. Qualified Sept. 26, 1732.]
MENS' NAMES ON BOARD
A true List John Gray.
"At the Courthouse aforesaid, Sep(r) 26th, 1732. Sixty one Palatines, who with their Families, making in all one hundred ninety one Persons, were imported in the Ship Mary, of London, John Gray, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes, as by Clearance thence." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. III, p.457.
[List 25 B] Palatines Imported in the Ship Mary, of London, John Graqy, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes by Clearance thence. Qualified September 26th 1732.
[List 25 C] Palatines imported in the Ship Mary of London, Jn(o) Gray, Master, Qualified Sep(r) 26th 1732.
Septem(r) 26th 1732.
Rob(t) Charles, Cl. Con.
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