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Johannes Adam Varner (Werner)

Also Known As: "Werner; Johann Adam Werner"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Massenbach bei Stuttgartg, Herzogtum Baden, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
Death: Died in York County, Province of Pennsylvania
Immediate Family:

Son of Hans Jerg Varner and Maria Elizabeth Ursula Varner
Husband of Catherine Barbara Varner; Catharina Barbara Werner and Catherina Werner
Father of Katherine Elizabeth Mullins; Eva Catherina Werner; Johann Adam Werner; Christofel Stophel Varner; George Werner and 8 others
Brother of Georg Adam Varner; Abraham Reinhart Werner; Georg Frederick Werner; Maria Helena Werner; Johann Georg Werner and 3 others

Managed by: Janice Elaine Craig
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Johannes Adam Varner's Timeline

1708
September 2, 1708
Massenbach bei Stuttgartg, Herzogtum Baden, Heiliges Römisches Reich Deutscher Nation
1725
May 1, 1725
Age 16
Massenbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1726
February 26, 1726
Age 17
Massenbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1727
December 15, 1727
Age 19
Massenbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1727
Age 18
1729
March 10, 1729
Age 20
Massenbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1729
Age 20
Lunenburg County, Province of Virginia
1730
1730
Age 21
Massenbach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1732
1732
Age 23
Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany
1732
Age 23

They left Rotterdam in 1732 and after stopping in Deal, England for supplies they made their way across the Atlantic Ocean aboard the galley, Johnson, along with 350 other passengers, crew and Captain David Crokatt. On Sept. 18, 1732 they arrived in Philadelphia. Eventually they settled in York Co., Pa.

It was noted that Adam Werner, his wife, Catharana and their children, John Adam and Catharina immigrated to America in 1732. The September 18th 1732 passenger list of the galley, Johnson, lists each of them by name. This is a rare occurrence in the records as few ships bothered to list the names of the entire family. This happy occurrence positively identifies the Werner family. Research shows that the Werners, Johann Adam, Catharina , son John Adam and daughter Catharina, who are listed regularly in the church records of St. Georges Lutheran Church in Masasenbach, Germany up to 1731 completely disappear from the records after that date.

(NOTE: St. George was a Catholic saint, however, Massenbach was owned by a petty Lutheran noble descended through a knightly order, St. George The Dragon Slayer, is
traditionally the patron saint of all knights, regardless of their religious affinity.)