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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Palatine Ship Brig John 1736 Germany to PAContributor: Eleanor Orthune
Ship Brig John, 10/19/1736
Source: This quote is from pages 167-168 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. (Transcriber's note: There was no List 43A.)
[List 43 B] Palatines imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover. Qualified the 19th day of October 1736.
At the Courthouse of Philadia, October 19th, 1736.
Thirty seven Foreigners, from the Palatinate, who, with their Families, making in all one hundred and ten persons, were imported here in the Brigantine John, of Perth Amboy, George Frazer, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. IV, p. 99f. This is the last entry in the minutes of the Provincial Council regarding immigrants.
[List 43 C] At the Courthouse of Philadia Octobr 19th 1736.
Present Clement Plumstead, Esqr Mayor of the City of Philadia, Thomas Laurence, Esqr, Ralph Asheton, Esqr.
The Palatines whose Names are underwritten imported in the Brigt John, George Fraiser, Master from Rotterdam, but last from Dover, did this day take & subscribe the Oaths to the Government.
Johan (X) Frantz
Johann Georg Wicklein
Johann Ludwig Seib
Ludwig Steadler von Stea[tler]
Johan Philippus Quickel
Johanes (O) Seger
Johan Peter Pritz
Johan Michel (O) Quickel
Jacob (X) Keller
Franciscus Josephus Hornig
Johann Caspar Schmidt
George (O) Keck
Johan Adam Rausch
Johann Jost Mohr
Johan George (+) Quickel
Johan Christoffel Heininger
Johan Henrich Schmidt
Jacob (X) Blyger
Ernst Friderich Dumbald
Ditrich (O) Schutz
Nicklas (+) Stube
Piter (O) de Wue
5-Step Search for Your Immigrant Ancestor in North AmericaStep 1: First search for your immigrant ancestor in the five major ports of arrival - New York New York, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Baltimore Maryland, Boston Massachusetts and New Orleans Louisiana
Step 2: If you don't find your immigrant ancestor in a large port city, try smaller ports of arrival - Virginia, Connecticut, Delaware, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maine, Rhode Island, Florida, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Michigan, Alaska, California, Hawaii and Washington
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