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Ship Mary, Germany to Pennsylvania, Sept. 29, 1733

[List 34 A] List of the Men passengers imported in the Ship Mary, Captain James Benn, Sept. 29, 1733
David Karker
Johannes Holtz, sick
Hance Jurk Hurlocher
Godfrey Reich
Johannes Yorde
Andreas Dries
Cornelius Dries
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Johan Adam Dries
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Philip Thomas Trump
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Andreas Nay
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Christian Sooter
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Michael Tiel
Jurk Pappenberger
Jurk Pappenberger, Junr
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Christian Retelsberger
Jacob Hoffman
Frederick Durflinger
Asimus Rambach
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Jacob Berkley
Hans Jacob Berkly
Nicholas Mauritz
Walter Breuninger
Hans Adam Werner
Frederik Kehler
Peter Appel
John Peter Kettel
Jacob Gehtel
Johannes Lap
Johannes Slabach
John Henry Slabach
Jacob Leser

This is a true List of all the Men passengers above 14 years. Philadelphia, Sept. 29, 1733. James Benn.

Abel Korker
Susanna Yorden
Anna Maria Reich Anna Maria Dries
Maria Elisabeth Spingler
Anna Christina Hite
Maria Catharina Stricker
Catherina Barbara Sower
Anna Barbara Blasin
Catherina Wingerman
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Anna Eva Ribble
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Barbara Friedly
Catherina Reichenbach
Anna Barbara Souter
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Maria Eleonora Sower
Christina Souter
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Catherina Pappenberger
Eva Catherina Hoffman
Margaretha Durflinger
Maria Catherina Rambach
Anna Maria Koller
Dorothea Berkley
Anna Barbara Berkley
Margaretha Breuninger
Barbara Werner
Elisabeth Kehler
Clara Appel
Sarah Kettle
Hanna Christina Lapp
Maria Elisabeth Slabach
Catherina Loscher
David Korker 12
Hans George Yorden 12
Johannes Yorden 9
Baltasar Reich 3
Stophel Spengler 13
Philip Stricker 9
Adam Stricker 7
Henry Stricker 4 1/2
Johan Philip Wengerman 13
Johan Adam Blaser 13 1/2
Hans Matz Blaser 6 1/2
Nicolaus Blaser 3 1/2
Christophel Deitscher 4
Jacob Deitscher 2
boy, Funk, not yet baptised 7 wks.
Hans Henry Souter 7
John Jacob Brown 1
Hans Michel Nay 3 1/2
Adam Pappenberger 4
David Hoffman 8
David Rambach 8
Hans Jacob Rambach 2
Hans Michel Koller 2 1/2br> Hans Jacob Barklay 9 mos.
Hans Jacob Breuninger 13 1/2
Peter Kettle 10
Rudolph Lapp 11
Tewald Slabach 13
Henry Slabach 16
Hans Georg Loscher 14
Anna Catherina Korker 14
Anna Elisabeth Yordin 5
Maria Dorothea Reich 3
Maria Barbara Dries 13
Barbara Elisabeth Dries 24
Anna Maria Dries 11
Maria Elisabeth Spengler 16
Anna Elisabeth Hire 3
Elisabeth Sower 3 1/2
Maria Magdalena Wingerman 11
Hanna Felicia Wingerman 8
Anna Margaretha Wingerman 3 1/2
Catherina Blaser 11 1/2
Maria Magdalena Blaser 9 1/2
Anna Margaretha Blaser 2
Susanna Elizabeth Deitscher 11 1/2
Johanna Barbara Deitscher 8 1/2
Maria Barbara Ribble 1
Girl, Funk, not yet bapt. 7 wks.
Elisabeth Friedly 14 1/2
Catherina Reichenbach 8 1/2
Maria Barbara Reichenbach 5
Anna Maria Reichenbach 2
Anna Margaretha Sourer 3
Maria Christina Brown 14
Anna Margaretha Brown 11
Catherina Brown 3 3/4
Anna Barbara Nay 7
Maria Margaretha Souter 6
Christina Pappenberger 9
Elisabeth Pappenberger 11
Anna Maria Hoffman 11
Maria Magdalena Hoffman 4
Barbara Durflinger 13 1/2
Anna Elisabeth Rambach 10
Sibylla Rambach 4
Maria Magdalena Berkley 16
Catherina Barkley 6 1/2
Barbara Barkley 3
Anna Maria Breuninger 9
Margaretha Kettle 19
Christina Kettle 13
Johanna Margaretha Kettle 4
Anna Maria Lapp 9
Anna Catherina Lapp 8
Dorothea Slabach 5
Catherina Loschar 17 1/2
Barbara Loschar 16
Margaretha Loseher 9

At the Courthouse aforesaid, September 29th, 1733.

Thirty four Palatines, who with their families, making in all One hundred & Seventy Persons, were imported here in the Pink Mary of Dublin, James Benn, Master, from Rotterdam, but last from Plymouth, as by Clearance thence, were qualified as before.

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