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Good Intent 1754

Contributor: Eleanor Orthun
Date sent: 28 May 2001
Source: This quote is from pages 655 - 659 of Pennsylvania German Pioneers, A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals In the Port of Philadelphia From 1727 to 1808, by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, LL.D., President of the Pennsylvania German Society, and Edited by William John Hinke, PH.D., D.D, In Three Volumes, Volume 1, 1727 - 1775, published by Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, Pennsylvania, 1934

[List 228 A] List of Foreigners imported in the Snow Good Intent, John Lasly, Commander, from Amsterdam and last from Gosport, qualified the 23rd October, 1754.

  • Anthony Schultz
  • Mark Anthony Shultz
  • Nicholas Hoffmanin
  • Fredrick Holtzapple
  • Johannes Link
  • Conrad Heisser
  • Hannes Heisser
  • Jost Martin
  • Bernhard Lickhart
  • Johannes Urt
  • Gaspar Swing
  • Hannes Bolander
  • Johan Gaspar Farber
  • Ludwig Kenrick Kreider
  • Hans Philip Lick
  • Johan Geo. Kaes
  • Johan Christophel Lang
  • Johan Leonard Rust
  • Johan Baltzar Rust
  • Francis Jacobus Miller
  • Andreas Zwansiger
  • Fredrick Kleyn
  • Hans William Niese
  • Jacobus Scheffer
  • Andreas Scheffer
  • William Lieber
  • Peter Staub
  • Matthias Staub
  • Johan Felt Hinckle
  • Peter Solt
  • Hans Geo. Hoff
  • Christian Meyer
  • Hans Jost Meyer
  • Johan Peter Bleygenbacher
  • Conrad Omiller
  • Johannes Omiller
  • George Fredrick Wolfer
  • Johannes Buck
  • Johannes Lorey
  • Johan Gaspar Lorey
  • Johannes Vogel
  • Geo. Henrick Vogel
  • Johan William Christian
  • Conrad Lorey
  • Johan William Becker
  • Anthony Solman
  • Johan Adam Solman
  • Henry Schwertzel
  • Johan Teis Schwertzel
  • Johan Jost Schwertzel
  • Johannes Glick
  • Philip Glick
  • Christophel Gaab
  • Johan Geo. Hinckle
  • Fredrick Teysinger
  • Michael Inneberger
  • Johan Adam Hollander
  • Andreas Michl Reaboch
  • Nicholas Tielman
  • Adam Blickly
  • Johan Nicholas Rischie
  • John Christopher Hentz
  • Jacob Kieler
  • Fredrick Sinzel
  • Fredrick Betler
  • Lawrence Arnold
  • Hannes Haut
  • William Arnold
  • Johannes Breiderbach
  • Johan Philip Gleitz
  • Johannes Steffhannes
  • Fredrick Niebel
  • Saml Fredrick Rieger
  • Gaspar Buch
  • Fredrick Reinhard Fischer
  • Philip Schread
  • Baltzar Fritz
  • Peter Rosber
  • Christian Schied
  • Johan Willm Niese, sick
  • Michael Sommer, lame
  • [Endorsed:]

Foreigners imported on the Snow Good Intent, Capt John Lasly, from Amsterdam. Qual. 23d October, 1754. No 81. L. Beneset.

[List 228 B] Foreigners imported in the Snow Good Intent, Capt John Lasly, from Amsterdam, Qual. 23d October, 1754.

  • Frantz Peter Schultz
  • Mark Anthony (X) Schultz
  • Johann Nicolaus Hoffmann
  • Frederick (+ +) Holtzapple
  • Johannes (+ +) Link
  • Conrad (+ +) Heisser
  • Johannes (X X) Heisser
  • Jost Marthin
  • Johann Bernhard Lickhardt
  • Johannes (X X) Urt
  • Caspar Schwing
  • Johannes Bohlander
  • Jan Casber Faber
  • Ludwig Henrich Kreutter
  • Johann Filib Lich
  • Johann Gorg Goch
  • Johann Christoph Lang
  • Johann Leonhart Rost
  • Balthasar Rost
  • Francis Jacob ( ) Miller, on board
  • Andreas Zwanzger
  • Frederick (X) Klein
  • Johan Willem Niess
  • Johann Jacob Schoffer
  • Andreas Schoffer
  • Johann Wilhlem Lieber
  • Peter (+) Staub
  • Matthias (+) Staub
  • Johan Felt (+) Hincle
  • Johann Peter Zoll
  • Johann Gorg Hoff
  • Christian (+) Meyer
  • John Jost (+) Meyer
  • Johan Peter Bleickenbacher
  • Conrath Aumiller
  • Johannes Aumiller
  • Gerg Friederich Wolfer
  • Johannes (X) Buck
  • Johannes Loray
  • Johann Caspar Loray
  • Johannes Vogel
  • Georg Henrich Vogell
  • John William (X X) Christian
  • Conrad (X) Lorey
  • Johan Wilelm Becker
  • Anthon Zollman
  • Johan Adam Zollman
  • Johan Henrich Schwortzel
  • John Ties (S) Schwertzel
  • John Jost (S) Schwertzel
  • Johannes Gluck
  • Johann Philips Gluck
  • Christopher (+ +) Gaab
  • John George (X X) Hincle
  • Fried. Deussinger
  • Michael (X X) Inneberger
  • Johan Adam Bohlender
  • Andreas Michael (A) Reaboch
  • Nicholas (T) Tilman
  • Adam Blichle
  • John Nicholas (+ +) Risch
  • Joh. Christoph Heintz
  • Jacob (X) Kieler
  • Friedrich Suntzel
  • Fredrick (FB) Betler
  • Lorentz Arnold
  • Hans (+) Haut
  • William (+) Arnold
  • Johannes Breidenbach
  • Johann Philips Kleiss
  • Johannes (+) Stevanus
  • John Frederick (N) Nebel
  • Samuehl Friederich Rugerr
  • Caspar (+ +) Buch
  • Frederick Reinhart (X) Fisher
  • Philip (X) Schrea
  • Baltzer (X) Fritz
  • Petter Rosper
  • Christian Scheidt
  • John William ( ) Niese, on board
  • Michael ( ) Sommer, on board 81

[List 228 C] At the State House at Philadelphia, Wednesday the Twenty Third day of October, 1754. Present: Robert Strettell, Esquire.

The Foreigners whose names are underwritten, imported in the Snow Good Intent, Capt John Lasly, from Amsterdam but last from Gosport, did this day take and subscribe to the Qualifications. 7 Roman Catholicks. 81 Qual. From Hesse, Hanau, Palatinate & a few from Switzerland.

  • Frantz Peter Schultz
  • Marcus Anthony (X) Shultz
  • Johann Nicolaus Hoffmann
  • Friederich (+ +) Holtzappel
  • Johanes (X X) Linck
  • Conrad (X X) Heyser
  • Johannes (+ +) Heyser
  • Jost Marthin
  • Johann Bernhard Linckardt
  • Johanes (X X X) Ortt
  • Caspar Schwing
  • Johannes Bohlander
  • Jan Casber Faber
  • Ludwig Henrich Krutter
  • Johann Filib Lich
  • Johann Gorg Goss
  • Johan Christoph Lang
  • Johann Leonhart Rost
  • Balthaser Rost
  • Frances Jacob ( ) Miller, on board
  • Andreas Zwanzger
  • G. Friederich (X) Klein
  • Johan Willem Nies
  • Johann Jacob Schoffer
  • Andreas Schofer
  • Johann Wilhelm Lieber
  • Peter (X) Staub
  • Mathias (S) Staub
  • John Vallentin (+) Henkel
  • Johann Peter Zoll
  • Christian (X) Meyer
  • Johann Gurg Hoff
  • John Jost (+) Meyer
  • Johan Peter Bleickenbacher
  • Conrath Aumiller
  • Johannes Aumuler
  • Georg Friederich Wolfer
  • Johannes (X) Bock
  • Johannes Lory
  • Johann Caspa[r] Loray
  • Johannes Vogel
  • Georg Henrich Vogel
  • John Wilhelm (X X) Christian
  • Conrad (X) Lorra
  • Johan Wilelm Becker
  • Anthon Zollman
  • Johann Adam Zollmann
  • Johan Henrich Schwortzel
  • Johann (X) Teitz
  • Johann (+ +) Teitzwortzel, Jr.
  • Johannes Gluck
  • Johann Philibs Gluck
  • Christoph (+ +) Koap
  • Johan George (X X) Hinckel
  • Fried. Deussinger
  • Michael (+ +) Lineberger
  • Johann Bohlender
  • Michael (X X) Rehbock
  • Nickolas (X) Tillman
  • H. Adam Blichle
  • Nicklas (X) Reesh
  • Joh. Christoph Heintz
  • Jacob (X) Koller
  • Friedrich Suntzel
  • Friederich (+ +) Pepler
  • Lorentz Arnold
  • Johannes (X) Hauk
  • Wilhelm (AA) Arnolt
  • Johannes (+) Breidenbach
  • Johann Philips Kleiss
  • Johannes (X) Stephanus
  • J. Friederich (N) Nebel
  • Samuehl Heinerich Rugerr
  • John Caspar (X X) Buk
  • F. Reinhart (X) Fisher
  • Philip (+) Read
  • Balsatzar (+) Frietz
  • Petter Rosper
  • Christian Scheidt
  • John Will ( ) Niesse } sick on
  • Michael ( ) Sommer } board
  • In all 81

Octob. 21, 1754.

Sir
According to Orders we have carefully examined the State of Health of the Mariners and Passengers on board the Snow Good Intent, Capt John Lesley, from Amsterdam and found amongst them Six Persons ill of Fevers, but without any Symptoms of a malignant or contagious Nature, the Rest of the People are uncommonly Healthy, we therefore do not apprehend there is any Infectious Disease amongst them.
To his Honour Tho. Graeme
The Governor. Th. Bond

[Endorsed:] Doctors Report of the Snow Good Intent, Capt Lesley. 31, Octr 1754. Admitted by the Mayor in the absence of the Governor.

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