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Palatine Ship ST. ANDREW 1749

Source R. B. Strassburger (1934), Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol. I, p. 396-397.

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Jacob Hertzler, sen. on the list is my direct ancestor and was the first Amish bishop in America. I have Silas Hertzler's "The Hertzler-Hartzler Family History" which includes over 8000 descendants of his three sons John, Jacob, and Christian, many Amish and Mennonites. I am willing to do lookups from this book for those who think they may be related.

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[List 128 C] At the Statehouse at Philadelphia, Saturday, the 9th Septr 1749.

Present: The Honourable, the Governor.
The Foreigners whose Names are underwritten, imported in the Ship Saint Andrew, James Abercrombie, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Plymouth in England, did this day take the usual Qualifications to the Government.
By the List 111.
Persons 400 Palatines.
Andreas Emmert
Josef Bergtohlt
Arnold (X) Kramer
Johannes Knebel [?]
Johannes (X) Runkel
Henry (X) Hamer
Adam Hinnborger
Jost Streithoff
Jacob (X) Linke
Christian Halte
Peter (+) Bawman
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Peter Finger
Christian Graff
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Christian Stauffer
Johann Friedrich Emrich
Isac Schnebeli
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Michael Wagner
Samuehl Kauffman
Jacob Leydig
Christoph Weber
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Leonhart Kessler
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Petter Ihrig
Jacob Brandt
Johannes Berr
Ullrich Staufert
Daniel Staufert
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Andreas Keller
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Jacob Friedrich Debertshauser
Johannes Corell
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Johan Kuns, Heisler
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Ulerich Hackmann
Henry (X) Stawffer
Aberham Brubacher
Johannes Walder
Johan Adam Stahler
Johann Conradt Seybel
Chrisitan (X) Hasseler
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