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THISTLE OF GLASGOW 1730

Aug. 29, 1730. Colin Dunlap, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes.
Valentin Grisemer                Hans Menigh                           
Johannes Dunckel                 Nichol Fiser                          
Christof  Batter                 Johan Zwinger                         
Christian Leman                  Jocob Nagel                           
Jeremias Hes                     Ulrich Scherer                        
Joh. Georg Ludwig Hass           Philip Groscost                      
 Bernhart  Siegmund      Casper Bittner                        
Hans Jacob Dohl                  Nickel Cunter                         
Johan Peter Ohller               Johannes Scherer                      
Johan Henrich Schmidt            Johannes Haus                        
Caspar Fiehman                   Philip Hautz                         
Steven Remer                     Lorentz Hoff                          
Rudolph Draugh                    Thomas Hamma                          
Johannes Kun                      Jacob Stiffel                         
William Keim                      Wolfer Sperger                       
Ludwick Delman   [see note C]     Ulrich  Steyner                       
Gerhart  Zinn                Thomas Hes                            
Henrich Hes                       Frederick Peifer                      
Hendrich Gutt                  Johannes Kepplinger                   
Caspar Krieger                 Felte Meidelman                       
Christoph Anckenbrant          Dietrich  Beidelman                       
Jean Henri Fortineaux          Elias  Meidelman                          
Frederich Reimer               Jacob Ammon                           
Peter Beswanger                Johan Nickel Lukenbell               
Johan Caspar Schmidt           Hans Simon Mey                        
Johan Paulus Duttenhoffer      Henrich Lukebill                      
Johan Augustus Scherrer       Ludwig Mohler
Hans Georg Hofman             Lonhart Hochgenug                     
Abraham Transu                Peter Federolff                       
Casper Hartman                Peter Muller * see NOTES                    
 Christian Shram          Friederich Lienberger                 
Leonhart Kopplinger           Peter Frawiener                       
Rudlop  Andreas            Bernhard Renn
Dieterich Kober Michael Cover at MichaelC@twbg.com is a descendant of Dieterich and adds the name of this missing passenger. Michael has full documentation to prove Dieterich's place on this voyage and welcomes other descendants' letters.

Note C:

I received this note from a visitor to The Olive Tree:

On your passenger list for the "Thistle of Glasgow", I believe the name you have as Ludwick Delman should be Ludwick (Loudwick) Ditman. "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" lists him as a passenger on this ship, landing Aug 1730, and one of his descendants, Annie Blair Titman Cummins, wrote a book about him which refers to him being on this ship ("Genealogical and Historical Records of the Pioneer Lodewick Titman Family of Warren Co., NJ") .

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