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The Dragon 1732

Contributor Bob Scheetz
Source: Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808 by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J Hinke (Norristown Pennsylvania German Society, 1934; reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co. and Picton Press)

Note: There are three sets of passenger lists: The A lists are the Captains' Lists of passengers being imported. The B lists are the Oaths of Allegiance to the King; and the C lists are Oaths of Abjuration from the Pope. An individual being transported may be found on one or all of the three lists.

List 26 A] A True List of all the Passengers on board the Dragon
Commander Charles Hargrave
from Rotterdam
[Qualified Sept 30, 1732.

Johann Kyjer
Wilhelm Kyjer, sick
Andreas Beetel
Hans Georg Kroner
Peter Matern
Dietrich Kraner
Georg Dirr
Peter Schlosser
Michael Dirr
William Tsiegler
Martin Wytknecht
Johannes Shryok
Christoph Hoffman
Nicolaus Muller
Jacob Lypersberger
Christian Hoober
Georg Adam Bender
Daniel Steinmetz, sick
Wendel Laaber
Philip Hoffman
Georg Roodt
John Hayea, sick
Adam Romich
Jacob Hayea, sick
Federich Romich
Georg Hayea
Leonhard Schlosser
Simon Peltzner
Leonhard Muller
Philip Shlowch
William Franck
Andreas Shlowch
Peter Rowdenbosh
Michael Rysner
Henry Rowdenbosh
Rudolph Illick
Jacob Shark
Martin Kopler
Henrich Groober
Henrich Baasler
Peter Wolff
Ludwig Schitz
Johannes Hearburger
Leonhard Pence
Johan Wittman
Michael Graaf
Jacob Klein
Tobias Paul
Henrich Klein
Georg Fawntz
Georg Tsober, sick
Felix Bronner
Jacob Byerle
Michael Nusloch, sick
Christoph Basserer
Dietrich Boocher, sick
Simon Basserer, dumb
Jacob Tups, sick
Ulrich Bare
Wolfgang Birle, sick
Georg Bare, sick
Hans Georg Soldner
Georg Hayl
Friederich Engelhart Uhlmann,
Georg Adam Hayl sick
Georg Syp Men 70
Ludwich Syp Women 53
Frans Syp Children 62
Henrich Zowck, sick
Laurence Bechtle, sick
[Total] 185

A True List of Passengers entered from on Bord ye Ship Dragon.
Pr. Charles Hargrave
"At the Courthouse aforesaid, Sept 30, 1732.
Fifty five Palatines, who with their families, making in all One hundred & seventy Persons, were imported here in the Ship Dragon
Charles Hargrave, Master
from Rotterdam, but last from Plymouth, as by Clearance thence."
From the Minutes of the Provincial Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. III, p. 458.

[List 26 B] Palatines imported in the Ship Dragon
Chas. Hargrave, Mr
from Rotterdam, but last from Plymouth p. Clearance thence
Qualified Sept 30, 1732.

Peter (O) Matern
Leonard (O) Miller
Hans George (O) Dirr
Johan Wilhelm Franck
Mich Dirr
Peter Raudenbusch
Martin Weidknecht
Heinrich Raudenbusch
Christian (O) Hofman
Hans Jacob Schorck
Jacob (X) Lypersburger
Henrich Gruber
Hansh (O) Laabour
Hans Peter Wolff
Hans Adam Bender
Johannes Heerburger
Earick (O) Road
Johannes Witmann
Johann Adam Romich
Jacob Klein
Johann Friedrich Romich
Henrich Klein
Leonard (O) Slosser
Johannes Geiger
Johann Georg Gruner
Jerg Ludwig Schutz
Johann Dietrich Gruner
Lenhart Bentz
Peter Schlosser
Michael Graaff
Hans Wilhelm Ziegler
[Tobias] Ball
Johannes Schreyiackh
Gerg Fantz
Johan Nicklaus Muller
Johann Jacob Beyerle
Christian Huber
Christoff Beser
Johann Pett[er] Hofman
Hans Ulrich Beer
Hans Jergi Hegi
Hans Jerg Heill
Sio. Belser [?]
George (X) Hoyle
Johann Philipp Schlauch
Georg Seib
Andreas Schlauch
Ludwick (O) Sipe
Hans Michell Reisner
Frantz Seib
Hans Rudolff Illig
Felix Brunner
Hans Martin Kappler
Hans Gerg Soldner
Henrich Bosller

[List 26 C] Palatines imported in the Ship Dragon
Chas. Hargrave, Mr
Qualifd Sept 30, 1732.

Peter (O) Matern
Jacob Klein
Hans Georg (O) Dirr
Henrich Klein
Michel Dirr
Johannes Geiger
Martin Weidknecht
Johann Georg Gruner
Christoph (O) Hofman
Johann Dietrich Gruner
Hans Georg (X) Leipersberger
Peter Schlosser
Hans Wendel (O) Lahber
Hans Wilhelm Ziegler
Hans Adam Bender
Johannes Schreyiackh
Hans Georg (O) Road
Johan Nicklaus Muller
Johann Adam Romich
Christian Huber
Johann Friedrich Romich
Johann Pett[er] Hofmann
Leonhard (O) Schlosser
Hans Jergi Hegi
Leonhard (X) Muller
Simon Belsner
Johann Wilhelm Franck
Johann Philip Schlauch
Peter Raudenbusch
Andreas Schlauch
Henrich Raudenbusch
Hans Michell Reisner
Hans Jacob Schorck
Hans Rudolf Illig
Henrich Gruber
Hans Martin Kappler
Hans Peter Wolff
Henrich Bosler
Johannes Heerburger
Jerg Ludwig Schutz
Johannes Widtmann
Lenhart Bentz
Michael Graff
Georg (X) Hayl
Tobias Ball
Georg Seib
Gerg Fantz
Ludwig (O) Sype
Johann Jacob Beyerle
Frantz Seib
Christoff Beser
Felix Brunner
Hans Ulrich Beer
Hans Gerg Soldner
Hans Gerg Heill

September 30th 1732.
At the Courthouse before the Govr & sevl of the Magistrates the foregoing Qualifications were taken & subscribed by those foreigners whose Names are contained on this Leaf.
Robt Charles, Cl. Con.

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