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Johannes Nicholaus Frye

Birthdate: (84)
Birthplace: Germany
Death: June 11, 1784 (84)
North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Samuel Beyer and Maria Kirsch
Husband of Johaneva FRYE
Father of Nicholas Fry
Brother of Blasius Beyer

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About Johannes Nicholaus FRYE

Ship Britannia Passenger List

The Palatine Project - Reconstructed Passenger Lists

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1731 Britannia

[List 16 A,B,C] Britannia of London

Captain: Michael Francklin/Franklyn

From: Rotterdam

By Way of: Cowes

Arrival: Philadelphia, 21 Sep 1731

106 Palatines, who with their families, made in all 269 persons.

Name, Age Place of Origin (Town, Province) Source Remarks (USA, Spelling Variations, Occupation, Relationships, etc.)

Johannes Bartholomay Rieger Well-known Reformed minister who arrived in Philadelphia at the head of a colony.

Louis Timothée

Elisabeth, (age over 16)

Peter, 6



Maria, 1 Children range from ages 6 to 1

Geles Gelesen, 50

Gertraud, 40

Helena, 20

Elisabeth, 17 Gertrowte; Giles;Gilesz

Gisbertus Boors, 22 Gysbert Boers

Johannes Bars, 20 Boars

Jacob Savenkoell, 18 Savelkoel, Sevenkoel

Henrich Geber, Sr., 50

Katherina, 48

Johannes, 20

Johann Henrich, Jr., 18

Sarah, 16

Katherina, 13

Maria, 9

Daniel, 3

Jacob Räsch, 32

Katherina, 33

Magdelena, 6


Henrich, 3 Children range in ages from 6 to 3; Rish, Räch

Lucas Vetter, 55

David, 21

Margerita, 18

Sophia, 13

Johannes Albert, 33

Katharina, 30

Christina Barbara, 9

Anna Katherin, 5

Sophia Katherin, 3

Abraham Halshaus, 24 Althaus

Johann Henrich Bahn, 23

Hans Michael Blattner, 23

Maria Catherina (Rennert/Reinhard) , 30

Georg Michel, 2

Anna Maria, 1

Anna Maria, 20

Katherina Bladner, 36 Waldangelloch, Baden Bur1983 Bladnerr Blather Blatner; to Berks Co, PA

Veith Brunningher, 35

Barbara, 40

Anna Melia, 7

Hans Adam, 5

Hans Adam, 1 Bruninger

Johan Jacob Beyer, 33

Johann Adam Beyer, 30

Dorothea, 12

Elizabeth, 10

Jacob, 8

Christina Selma, 5

Heinrich Blicher, 26

Leonhard Bock, 33

Maria Elisabetha (Kieffer), 36

Maria Katherina, 11

Maria Sabina, 9

Johann Leonard, 6

Maria Elisabetha, 2 2

Hans Michael, 2 yr. Preuschdorf & Goersdorf or Gerstorff Bur1992 Buck; to Lehigh & Montgomery Co, PA

Hans Boschung, 39

Barbara, 37

Magdelena, 11

Hans Philipp, 9

Anna Barbara, 6

Christina, 3 Bushung

Hans Georg Ebert, 30

Hans Michael Ebert, 35

Johannes Eschelman, 19

Johannes Ageder, 33


Katherina, 12

Heirich, 10

Dorothia, 6

Anna Greta, 5

Ludwig, 3

Magdelena, 2 Eigenter

Johannes Frey, 30**************************************************

Johaneva, 33 ********************************************************

Nicholaus, 6 *********************************************************

Hans Michel Debelbissen, 22

Hans, 18

Hans Georg, 16

Casper, 10 Debelbesin, Deibelbesin

Magdelena Debelbesin, 18

Hans Michel Willhelm, 22

Joseph Beyer, 19

Hans Georg Friedli, 25

Solomia (Blattner or Plattner), 23

Lorenz, 2

Hans Georg, 15 days Merztweiler, Alsace Bur1992 Fridley, Friedle

Hans Georg Jundt, 40

Anna Maria, 40

Johann Jacob, 16

Hans Georg, 12

Johannes, 8

Maria Elisabetha, 10 Niederbronn, Alsace Bur1992 Gunt; to Lancaster, Lehigh & Northampton Co, PA.

Hans Peter Gartner, 26

Margretha, 24

Catharina, 1 Rittershoffen, Alsace Bur1992 Garner; master smith; to Lancaster & York Co, PA.

Hans Michel Henninger, 33

Anna Maria (Pary), 26

Johann Conrad, 9 Hatten, Alsace Bur1992 Hemminger; master tailor.

Rudolph Holtzinger, 44

Magdalena (Meyer), 26 Merckweiler & Kutzenhausen, Alsace Bur1992 Holsinger

Hans Leonhard Holtzapfell, 48

Anna Barbara, 57

Erazmus, 20 Michelfeld, Baden Bur1983 Leonard Holtsapfel, Holstaffle; in Stoever=s records; to Lancaster, PA.

Anna Barbara Katerman, 25 Michelfeld, Baden Bur1983 Katermena; probably traveled with the Holtzapfels; to Lancaster Co, PA.

Hendrich Herbertz, 40 Horberts Herberts

Jacob Hachman, 20

Johann Heistand, 19

Barbara Horsch, 40

Michael, 18

Joseph, 8

Peter, 2 Horsh

Daniel Hubert 20

Christian Hubert 20

Jacob Carl, 35

Maria Magdelina, 35

Elisabeth, 7

Conrad, 2 2 Karoll

Ulrich Keyser, 70

Feronica, 66

Magdelena, 28

Anna Melia, 19 Vrich

Henrich Kram, 34

Clara, 32 Klam

Nicklaus Kunel, 42

Katherina Elisabeth, 50 Kennel

Jacob Kobel, 29

Maria, 30

Elizabetha (Gruber) Kern, 55

Abraham, 28 (23?)

Katherina (Müller), 22

Gertraud, 8

Johannes 3 	Langensoultzbach, Alsace 	Bur1992 	Gertrowte Kearn, Kerne; to Lancaster Co, PA.

Görg Dierich Kehl , 46

Maria Ursela, 40

Katherina Margerita, 16

Johann Christian, 13

Margaretha Barbara, 12

Philipp Christoph 11

Hans Georg, 7 Waldangelloch, Baden Bur1983 Dietrich; Kohl, Köhl; to Berks & Lancaster Co, PA.

Johannes Kirchner, 25 Kerkner

Gottfried Kraft, 63

Maria Eva, 43 Waldenangelloch, Baden Bur1983 Gottsmitt

Valentin Klein, 20

Wilhelm Kerkes, 28

Christina, 28

Georg Wendel Lautermilch, 25

Magdelena (Flecker), 22 Reihen, Baden Bur1983 Wilhelm; to Lancaster Co, PA

Christoph Lehman, 42

Barbara, 10

Katherina, 3

Johannes, 1

Feronica Leyman, 25

Johann Philipp Lutz, 24

Hans Peter Ledermann, 20 Mattstall, Alsace Bur1992

Michael Meyer, 29

Hans Jacob Mautz, 24

Jacob Meyer, 26 Kirchhardt, Baden Bur1983 Meier; to Lancaster, Co, PA

Christoffel Meyer, 23 Kirchhardt, Baden Bur1983 To Lancaster Co, PA.

Johann Thomas Meyer, 23

Hans Heinrich Martin, 30

Anna Martin, 32

Rudolf, 7

Elisabeth, 6

Angau, 3 2

Barbara, 2

Jacob Meier Jacob, 28 Meyer, Meir

Hans Michael Motz, 27

Anna Maria (Klein), 22 Preuschdorf, Alsace Bur1992 Moths, Mothes

Johann Caspar Müntz, 16

Christian Müller, 60

Katherina, 50

Herman, 25

Margerita, 22 Miller, Muller

Mathias Näss, Jr., 27

Anna Catherina (Motz), 28

Magdelena, 7

Hans Jacob 5,

Anna Catherina 2,

Michael, 1 Mitschdorff & Preuschdorf, Alsace Bur1992 Nehs; in Stoever's records; to Philadelphia Co, PA.

Mathias Näss, Sr., 58

Maria Barbara, 60

Jacob, 31

Johann, 26

Dewald, 24

Hans Jerg, 21 Mitschdorff & Preuschdorf, Alsace Bur1992 Matthes Matthias Dewaid; Nehs, Ness, Nöss; smith and Gerichtsschöffen; to York & Montgomery Co, PA.

Georg Passage, 20

Gabriel Röscher, 29

Elisabeth Margerite, 5 weeks Roscher

Johannes Roth, 44

Maria Margerita, 43

Anna Margerite, 13

Hans Jacob, 11

Maria Margarite, 6

Anna Catherina Rath, Roht

Jacob Rohr, 28 Roth

Johann Adam Ruppert, 25

Anna Barbara (Holtzapfel), 24

Anna Catharina, 2 yr. Michelfeld, Baden Bur1983 Tailor; likely related to the Leonhard Holtzapfel familly; to Lancaster & York Co, PA.

Johann Leonard Steininger, 35

Barbara Schmeisser, 50

Margarita, 20

Mathias, 16

Georg , 9 Smeisser

Hans Görg Möller, 25 Müller

Leonardt Bihlmeier, 25 Beylmeyer

Johann Christian Sackreider, 20 Martin Sakreiter

Johann Michael Schrotner, 36

Hester Margarita, 30 Shaetner, Schaetner

Michael Stocker, 31

Anna Margretha (Stephan), 23

Michel, 4

Anna Maria, 2 2

Maria Barbara, 1 Preusdorf & Mitschdorf, Alsace Bur1992 Stoker; to Montgomery, Northampton & Lehigh Co, PA.

Görg Wilhelm Schwartz, 23

Henrich Lutwig Schwartz, 42

Maria Elisabeth, 36

Justus Rupertus, 11

Johannes, 8

Johan Adam Schröter, 39

Anna Maria, 47

Johann Michael, 12

Hans Georg, 10 Schrother

Valentin Sigmund, 22 Siegmund

Jacob Schumacher, 22 Schumaker

Johannes Schmitt, 24

Katherina,30 Smidt, Schmidt

Christoffel Deuber, 30

Maria Katherina, 29 Teuber

Hans Vogler, 32

Katherin, 28 Fogeler

Lenhart Firohr , 24 Leonard Vieror

Oswald Wald,41

Anna Barbara (Friedrich), 34

Roselva (Maria Salome?), 6

Hans Henrich, 4

Oswald, 2 Woerth, Alsace Bur1992 Ostwald Waldt; to Montgomery & Philadelphia Co, PA.

Hans Martin Wetzel, 31

Maria Barbara (Geist), 33

Johann Martin, 8

Johann Nicholaus, 5

Catherina, 2 2 Preuschdorf & Gerstorff, Alsace Bur1992 In Stoever's Records; to MD

Jörg Wanmacher, 30

Margerita, 30 Wanreacher Wanamacher

Johann Jacob Weynandt, 19 Wynand

Casper Weis, 33

Sicilia, 26 Wys

Jacob Wirtz, 26 Wurts

Hans Michel Näss, 30

Dorothea, 27

Michael, 1 Mitschdorf & Preusdorf, Alsace Bur1992 Neahs, Ness, Nehs; to Bucks & Montgomery Co, PA.

Vaita Hirt, 45

Maria Elisabeth, 28

Anna Maria

Anna Barbara, 20 from 28 to 20

Anna Rosina Beyer, 20

Katherina Birkin, 23

Elisabeth Margerita, 18

Anna Meyering, 60

Elisabeth, 30

Katherina Meyer, 28

Sophia Meyer, 25

Katherina Meyer, 21

Veronica Martin, 23

Maria Magdelena Oberkuhn, 28

Susanna Margerita Kohler, 33

Anna Barbara Heininger, 32

Conrad, 9 Henninger

Anna Katherina Slauch, 20

Maria Barbara Wetzeler, 19

David Brecht, 13

Johannes Moll, 15

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by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Olive Tree Genealogy

Copyright © 1996

[This article has been published, with my permission as

Irish Palatine Story on the Internet

in Irish Palatine Association Journal, No. 7 December 1996]

The Palatinate or German PFALZ, was, in German history, the land of the Count Palatine, a title held by a leading secular prince of the Holy Roman Empire. Geographically, the Palatinate was divided between two small territorial clusters: the Rhenish, or Lower Palatinate, and the Upper Palatinate. The Rhenish Palatinate included lands on both sides of the Middle Rhine River between its Main and Neckar tributaries. Its capital until the 18th century was Heidelberg. The Upper Palatinate was located in northern Bavaria, on both sides of the Naab River as it flows south toward the Danube and extended eastward to the Bohemian Forest. The boundaries of the Palatinate varied with the political and dynastic fortunes of the Counts Palatine.

The Palatinate has a border beginning in the north, on the Moselle River about 35 miles southwest of Coblenz to Bingen and east to Mainz, down the Rhine River to Oppenheim, Guntersblum and Worms, then continuing eastward above the Nieckar River about 25 miles east of Heidelberg then looping back westerly below Heidelberg to Speyer, south down the Rhine River to Alsace, then north-westerly back up to its beginning on the Moselle River.

The first Count Palatine of the Rhine was Hermann I, who received the office in 945. Although not originally hereditary, the title was held mainly by his descendants until his line expired in 1155, and the Bavarian Wittelsbachs took over in 1180. In 1356, the Golden Bull ( a papal bull: an official document, usually commands from the Pope and sealed with the official Papal seal called a Bulla) made the Count Palatine an Elector of the Holy Roman Empire. During the Reformation, the Palatinate accepted Protestantism and became the foremost Calvinist region in Germany.

After Martin Luther published his 95 Theses on the door of the castle church at Wittenberg on 31 October 1517, many of his followers came under considerable religious persecution for their beliefs. Perhaps for reasons of mutual comfort and support, they gathered in what is known as the Palatine. These folk came from many places, Germany, Holland, Switzerland and beyond, but all shared a common view on religion.

The protestant Elector Palatine Frederick V (1596-1632), called the "Winter King" of Bohemia, played a unique role in the struggle between Roman Catholic and Protestant Europe. His election in 1619 as King of Bohemia precipitated the Thirty Years War that lasted from 1619 until 1648. Frederick was driven from Bohemia and in 1623, deposed as Elector Palatine.

During the Thirty Years War, the Palatine country and other parts of Germany suffered from the horrors of fire and sword as well as from pillage and plunder by the French armies. This war was based upon both politics and religious hatreds, as the Roman Catholic armies sought to crush the religious freedom of a politically-divided Protestantism.

Many unpaid armies and bands of mercenaries, both of friends and foe, devoured the substance of the people and by 1633, even the catholic French supported the Elector Palatine for a time for political reasons.

During the War of the Grand Alliance (1689-97), the troops of the French monarch Louis XIV ravaged the Rhenish Palatinate, causing many Germans to emigrate. Many of the early German settlers of America (e.g. the Pennsylvania Dutch) were refugees from the Palatinate. During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, the Palatinate's lands on the west bank of the Rhine were incorporated into France, while its eastern lands were divided largely between neighbouring Baden and Hesse.

Nearly the entire 17th century in central Europe was a period of turmoil as Louis XIV of France sought to increase his empire. The War of the Palatinate (as it was called in Germany), aka The War of The League of Augsburg, began in 1688 when Louis claimed the Palatinate. Every large city on the Rhine above Cologne was sacked. The War ended in 1697 with the Treaty of Ryswick. The Palatinate was badly battered but still outside French control. In 1702, the War of the Spanish Succession began in Europe and lasted until 1713, causing a great deal of instability for the Palatines. The Palatinate lay on the western edge of the Holy Roman Empire not far from France's eastern boundary. Louis wanted to push his eastern border to the Rhine, the heart of the Palatinate.

While the land of the Palatinate was good for its inhabitants, many of whom were farmers, vineyard operators etc., its location was unfortunately subject to invasion by the armies of Britain, France, and Germany. Mother Nature also played a role in what happened, for the winter of 1708 was particularly severe and many of the vineyards perished. So, as well as the devastating effects of war, the Palatines were subjected to the winter of 1708-09, the harshest in 100 years.

The scene was set for a mass migration. At the invitation of Queen Anne in the spring of 1709, about 7 000 harassed Palatines sailed down the Rhine to Rotterdam. From there, about 3000 were dispatched to America, either directly or via England, under the auspices of William Penn. The remaining 4 000 were sent via England to Ireland to strengthen the protestant interest.

Although the Palatines were scattered as agricultural settlers over much of Ireland, major accumulations were found in Counties Limerick and Tipperary. As the years progressed and dissatisfactions increased, many of these folk seized opportunities to join their compatriots in Pennsylvania, or to go to newly-opened settlements in Canada.

There were many reasons for the desire of the Palatines to emigrate to the New World: oppressive taxation, religious bickering, hunger for more and better land, the advertising of the English colonies in America and the favourable attitude of the British government toward settlement in the North American colonies. Many of the Palatines believed they were going to Pennsylvania, Carolina or one of the tropical islands.

The passage down the Rhine took from 4 to 6 weeks. Tolls and fees were demanded by authorities of the territories through which they passed. Early in June, the number of Palatines entering Rotterdam reached 1 000 per week. Later that year, the British government issued a Royal proclamation in German that all arriving after October 1709 would be sent back to Germany. The British could not effectively handle the number of Palatines in London and there may have been as many as 32 000 by November 1709. They wintered over in England since there were no adequate arrangements for the transfer of the Palatines to the English colonies.

In 1710, three large groups of Palatines sailed from London. The first went to Ireland, the second to Carolina and the third to New York with the new Governor, Robert Hunter. There were 3 000 Palatines on 10 ships that sailed for NY and approximately 470 died on the voyage or shortly after their arrival.

In NY, the Palatines were expected to work for the British authorities, producing naval stores [tar and pitch] for the navy in return for their passage to NY. They were also expected to act as a buffer between the French and Natives on the northern frontier and the English colonies to the south and east.

After the defeat of Napoleon (1814-15), the Congress of Vienna gave the east-bank lands of the Rhine valley to Bavaria. These lands, together with some surrounding territories, again took the name of Palatinate in 1838.

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List of foreigners imported in the ship Brittania of London, Michael Franklin, Master, from Rotterdam. Qualified Sept. 21, 1731.

ALBERT, Johannes

BAHN, John Henrich

BARSCH, Hisbertus

BARSCH, Johannes

BEYER, Johan Adam

BEYER, Johan Jacob

BEYER, Joseph

BIHLMEIER, Joh. Leonhart

BLATTNER, Hans Michael


BOCK, Leonard




CALR, Jacob



DRUBE, Christophel

EBERT, Hans Georg

EBERT, Hans Michel

Egender, Johannes


FIEOHR, Lenhart

FREY, Johannes

FRIEDLE, Hans Georg


GEBER, Hans Henrich

GEBER, Henrich

GEBER, Johannes


GUNT, Hans Georg

GUNT, Jacob




HENNING, Hans Michel




HOLTZAPFEL, Hans Lenhard

HORSH, Michel

HUBERT, Christian

HUBERT, Daniel

KANELE, Nicholas

KERKES, Wilhelm

KERN, Abraham

KEYSER, Ulrich


KLEIM, Valentin

KOBEL, Jacob

KOHL, Georg Dietrich

KRAFT, Gotfried

KRAM, Henrich


LEDERMAN, Hans Peter

LEHMAN, Christian

LUTZ, Johann Philip

MAUTZ, Hans Jacob

MARTIN, Hans Henrich

MEYER, Jacob

MEYER, Johan Thomas

MEYER, Michel

MIER, Jacob

MILLER, Christian

MILLER, Herman

MOLLER, Hans Georg

MOTHES, Michel

MUNTZ, Johan Casper

NEHS, Jacob

NEHS, John

NEHS, Mathias Jr.

NESS, Michael

NOSS, Hans Georg


RASCH, Jacob

RIEGER, Johannes Batholommay

ROHR, Jacob

ROTH, Johannes

RUPPERT, Johann Adam

SACKREIDER, Joh. Christian

SCHMIDT, Johannes

SCHROTER, Johann Adam

SCHROTNER, Joh. Mich'l


SCHWARTZ, Georg Willem

SCHWARTZ, Henrich Ludwig


SIEGMUND, Valentine







WALD, Oswald


WEIS, Casper

WETZELL, Hans Martin

WEYNANDT, John Jacob

WILHELM, Hans Michel

WIRTZ, Jacob

(The original list is herewith given)

ALBERT, Anna Katherina------------------------------------5

ALBERT, Christiana Barbara------------------------------ 9

ALBERT, Johanes----------------------------------------------33

ALBERT, Katherina------------------------------------------ 30

ALBERT, Sophia Katherina-------------------------------- 3

ALTHAUS, Abraham---------------------------------------- 24

BAHN, Henrich--------------------------------------------------23

BENNINGER, Barbaria--------------------------------------40

BEYER, Anna Rosina---------------------------------------- 20

BEYER, Chrisl Selm------------------------------------------ 5

BEYER, Dorothia------------------------------------------------12

BEYER, Elizabeth---------------------------------------------- 10

BEYER, Hans Adam--------------------------------------------30

BEYER, Jacob------------------------------------------------------ 8

BEYER, Johan Jacob--------------------------------------------33

BEYER, Joseph----------------------------------------------------19

BEYLMEVER, Leonard-------------------------------------- 25

BISKIN, Katherina---------------------------------------------- 23

BLADNER, Katherina------------------------------------------36

BLADNER, Michel---------------------------------------------- 23

BLADNERIN, Anna Maria---------------------------------- 20

BLATNER, Georg Michel-------------------------------------- 2

BLATNER, Maria Katherina-------------------------------- 27

BLICHER, Hanrich---------------------------------------------- 26

BOCK, Hans Michel------------------------------------------------1

BOCK, Leonard---------------------------------------------------- 33

BOCK, Leonard------------------------------------------------------ 5

BOCK, Maria Elizabeth------------------------------------------ 2 1/2

BOCK, Maria Katherina----------------------------------------10

BOCK, Maria Palma------------------------------------------------8

BOESO, Gysbert----------------------------------------------------22

BOESO, Johannis-------------------------------------------------- 20

BRUNINGER, Anna Melia--------------------------------------7

BRUNINGER, Hans Adam--------------------------------------5

BRUNINGER, Hans Adam--------------------------------------1

BRUNINGER, Veith----------------------------------------------35

BUCHT, David------------------------------------------------------13

BUEK, Elizabeth----------------------------------------------------36

BUSHUNG, Anna Barbara--------------------------------------6

BUSHUNG, Barbera----------------------------------------------37

BUSHUNG, Christiana--------------------------------------------3

BUSHUNG, Hans Philip------------------------------------------9

BUSHUNG, Hans--------------------------------------------------39

BUSHUNG, Magdelen------------------------------------------ 11

DEBELBESIN, Casper------------------------------------------10

DEBELBESIN, Hans Georg---------------------------------- 16

DEBELBESIN, Hans Michel-------------------------------- 22

DEBELBESIN, Hans-------------------------------------------- 18

DEBELBESIN, Magdelena------------------------------------18

EBERT, Hans Georg-------------------------------------------- 30

EBERT, Hans Michel--------------------------------------------35

EIGENTER, Anna Kreta---------------------------------------- 5

EIGENTER, Dorathia-------------------------------------------- 6

EIGENTER, Henrik----------------------------------------------10

EIGENTER, Johan------------------------------------------------33

EIGENTER, Ktherina--------------------------------------------12

EIGENTER, Ludwig---------------------------------------------- 3

EIGENTER, Magdalena------------------------------------------2

EIGENTER, Margerita------------------------------------------____

ESHELMAN, Johan----------------------------------------------19

FREIDLE, Hans Georg------------------------------------------15 days

FREIDLE, Hans Georg------------------------------------------25

FREIDLE, Lawrence---------------------------------------------- 2

FREY, Johaneva---------------------------------------------------- 33

FREY, Johanis------------------------------------------------------ 30

FREY, Nicholas------------------------------------------------------ 6

FRIDLEY, Solomia------------------------------------------------24

FUNT, Hans Georg------------------------------------------------40

GARTNER, Margerita------------------------------------------ 26

GASTNER, Hans Peter------------------------------------------26

GEBER, Catherina------------------------------------------------ 48

GEBER, Daniel--------------------------------------------------------3

GEBER, Henrick Jr------------------------------------------------18

GEBER, Henrick Sr---------------------------------------------- 50

GEBER, Johannis-------------------------------------------------- 20

GEBER, Kathrina-------------------------------------------------- 13

GEBER, Maria-------------------------------------------------------- 9

GEBER, Sarah------------------------------------------------------ 16

GILESZ, Elizabeth------------------------------------------------ 17

GILESZ, Gestrowte------------------------------------------------40

GILESZ, Giles------------------------------------------------------ 50

GILESZ, Helina---------------------------------------------------- 20

GUNT, Anna Maria---------------------------------------------- 40

GUNT, Hans Georg---------------------------------------------- 12

GUNT, Jacob-------------------------------------------------------- 16

GUNT, Johanis--------------------------------------------------------8

GUNT, Maria Elizabeth------------------------------------------ 6

HACKMAN, Jacob------------------------------------------------20

HEINNINGER, Anna Barbara------------------------------ 32

HELSTAND, Johan---------------------------------------------- 19

HENNIGER, Anna Maria--------------------------------------26

HENNINGER, Conrat-------------------------------------------- 9

HENNINGER, Hans Michell-------------------------------- 33

HERBERTS, Henrich--------------------------------------------40

HIRT, Anna Maria------------------------------------------------24

HIRT, Maria Barbara--------------------------------------------20

HIRT, Maria Elizabeth------------------------------------------28

HIRT, Paita---------------------------------------------------------- 45

HOLSINGER, Magdelina--------------------------------------26

HOLSINGER, Rudolph---------------------------------------- 44

HOLTSAPEL, Anna Barbera-------------------------------- 57

HOLTSAPFEL, Hans Leonard------------------------------ 47

HOLTZAPFEL, Erazamus------------------------------------ 20

HORSH, Barbara-------------------------------------------------- 40

HORSH, Joseph------------------------------------------------------ 8

HORSH, Michel---------------------------------------------------- 18

HORSH, Peter-------------------------------------------------------- 2

HUBERT, Christian------------------------------------------------20

HUBERT, Daniel----------------------------------------------------20

KAAFF, Gottfried-------------------------------------------------- 63

KAAFFN, Maria Epha--------------------------------------------40

KAAM, Cora----------------------------------------------------------32

KAAM, Gertowte---------------------------------------------------- 8

KAAM, Henrich------------------------------------------------------34

KAAM, Johannes------------------------------------------------------3

KABALD, Jacob---------------------------------------------------- 35

KAROL, Maria Magdelina--------------------------------------35

KARROLL, Conrad--------------------------------------------------2 1/2

KARROLL, Elizabeth---------------------------------------------- 7

KATERMENAN, Anna Barbara---------------------------- 23

KEHL, Georg Dietrich-------------------------------------------- 46

KEHL, Hans Georg-------------------------------------------------- 7

KEHL, Katherina Margerita------------------------------------ 16

KEHL, Maria Vesela------------------------------------------------40

KEHL, Philip Christoph--------------------------------------------11

KENEL, Katherina Elizabeth------------------------------------ 50

KENNEL, Nicholas-------------------------------------------------- 42

KERKEES, Wilhelm--------------------------------------------------28

KERKES, Christina-------------------------------------------------- 28

KERKES, Johan--------------------------------------------------------25

KERN, Abraham------------------------------------------------------ 23

KERN, Elizabeth------------------------------------------------------ 55

KERN, Katherina------------------------------------------------------22

KEYSER, Anna Melia---------------------------------------------- ____

KEYSER, Feroniea----------------------------------------------------66

KEYSER, Magdelena------------------------------------------------ 28

KEYSER, Veich-------------------------------------------------------- 70

KLEIN, Valentine------------------------------------------------------ 20

KOBEL, Jacob------------------------------------------------------------29

KOBEL, Maria------------------------------------------------------------30

LAUTERMILCH, George William------------------------------ 27

LAUTERMILCH, Magdelena-------------------------------------- 22

LEDERMAN, Hans Peter-------------------------------------------- 18

LEHMAN, Barbara------------------------------------------------------10

LEHMAN, Christoph----------------------------------------------------42

LEHMAN, Johanis-------------------------------------------------------- 1 1/2

LEHMAN, Kathrina------------------------------------------------------ 3

LEYMAN, Feronica------------------------------------------------------25

LUTZ, Philip---------------------------------------------------------------- 24

MARGERTIA, Elizabeth---------------------------------------------- 18

MARTIN, Anegau-------------------------------------------------------- 3 1/2

MARTIN, Anna------------------------------------------------------------ 32

MARTIN, Barbara-------------------------------------------------------- 2

MARTIN, Elizabeth------------------------------------------------------ 6

MARTIN, Hans Henrich------------------------------------------------30

MARTIN, Rudolph-------------------------------------------------------- 7

MARTIN, Veronica------------------------------------------------------ 23

MAUTZ, Jacob--------------------------------------------------------------24

MEYER, Jacob--------------------------------------------------------------26

MEYER, Jacob--------------------------------------------------------------28

MEYER, Katherina--------------------------------------------------------28

MEYER, Katherina--------------------------------------------------------21

MEYER, Michel------------------------------------------------------------ 29

MEYER, Sophia------------------------------------------------------------ 25

MEYER, Stoffel------------------------------------------------------------ 23

MEYER, Thomas---------------------------------------------------------- 32

MEYERING, Anna--------------------------------------------------------60

MEYERING, Elizabeth--------------------------------------------------30

MOLL, Johannes------------------------------------------------------------15

MOTH, Michel-------------------------------------------------------------- 24

MOTHS, Anna Maria---------------------------------------------------- 22

MULLER, Christian------------------------------------------------------ 60

MULLER, Hans Georg-------------------------------------------------- 25

MULLER, Herman-------------------------------------------------------- 25

MULLER, Katherina------------------------------------------------------50

MULLER, Margereta---------------------------------------------------- 22

MUNTZ, Johan Casper-------------------------------------------------- 16

NEAHS, Dorothea----------------------------------------------------------27

NEHS, Anna Katherina-------------------------------------------------- 28

NEHS, Dewald----------------------------------------------------------------24

NEHS, Hans Georg-------------------------------------------------------- 21

NEHS, Hans Jacob---------------------------------------------------------- 5

NEHS, Jacob------------------------------------------------------------------ 31

NEHS, Johan------------------------------------------------------------------ 26

NEHS, Katherina------------------------------------------------------------ 2

NEHS, Magdelena---------------------------------------------------------- 7

NEHS, Maria Barbara---------------------------------------------------- 60

NEHS, Mathias Sr---------------------------------------------------------- 58

NEHS, Mathias, Jr---------------------------------------------------------- 27

NEHS, Mich-------------------------------------------------------------------- 30

NEHS, Michel------------------------------------------------------------------ 1

OBERKUHAN, Maria Magdelena------------------------------------28

PASSAGE, Georg------------------------------------------------------------20

RIEGER, Johannas Bathelmus---------------------------------------- _____

RISH, Henrik------------------------------------------------------------------ same

RISH, Jacob-------------------------------------------------------------------- 32

RISH, Katherina--------------------------------------------------------------33

RISH, Magdelena------------------------------------------------------------ from 6 to 8

RISH, Peter----------------------------------------------------------------------same

ROHR, Jacob------------------------------------------------------------------ 28

ROHT, Anna Catherina----------------------------------------------------____

ROHT, Anna Margerite----------------------------------------------------13

ROHT, Hans Jacob----------------------------------------------------------11

ROHT, Johann---------------------------------------------------------------- 44

ROHT, Maria Margerite-------------------------------------------------- 43

ROHT, Maria Margerite---------------------------------------------------- 6

ROSHER, Elizabeth Margerite--------------------------------------------5 weeks

ROSHER, Gabriel------------------------------------------------------------ 29

ROSHER, Susan Margerite---------------------------------------------- 33

RUPERT, Anna Barbara-------------------------------------------------- 24

RUPERT, Johan Adam---------------------------------------------------- 25

SAKREITER, Johan Martin-------------------------------------------- 20

SAVELHOEL, Jacob------------------------------------------------------ 18

SCHWARTS, Georg Wilhelm------------------------------------------23

SCHWARTS, Henrich Ludwig---------------------------------------- 42

SCHWARTS, Maria Elizabeth---------------------------------------- 86

SCHWARTZ, Johanis------------------------------------------------------ 8

SCHWARTZ, Justus Rupertus---------------------------------------- 11

SHASTNER, Hoster Margerite---------------------------------------- 30

SHASTNER, Johan Michel---------------------------------------------- 36

SHROTHER, Anna Maria------------------------------------------------ 47

SHROTHER, Hans George------------------------------------------------10

SHROTHER, Johan Adam------------------------------------------------ 39

SHROTHER, Johan Michel------------------------------------------------12

SHUMAKER, Jacob---------------------------------------------------------- 22

SIGMUND, Valentine-------------------------------------------------------- 22

SLAUCHIN, Anna Katherina----------------------------------------------20

SMEISER, Mathias------------------------------------------------------------ 16

SMEISSER, Barbara---------------------------------------------------------- 50

SMEISSER, Margerite--------------------------------------------------------20

SMIDT, Johanis------------------------------------------------------------------24

SMIDT, Katherin----------------------------------------------------------------30

SMIESSER, Georg-------------------------------------------------------------- 9

STEININGER, Johan Leonard-------------------------------------------- 35

STOCKER, Margerite----------------------------------------------------------24

STOKER, Michel---------------------------------------------------------------- 31

TEUBER, Christopher----------------------------------------------------------30

TEUBER, Maria Katherin---------------------------------------------------- 29

TIMOTHEE, Charles------------------------------------------------------------from 6 to 1

TIMOTHEE, Elizabeth---------------------------------------------------------- ____

TIMOTHEE, Louis----------------------------------------------------------------from 6 to 1

TIMOTHEE, Lousi---------------------------------------------------------------- _____

TIMOTHEE, Peter---------------------------------------------------------------- from 6 to 1

VETTER, David-------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

VETTER, Lucka--------------------------------------------------------------------55

VETTER, Margerita-------------------------------------------------------------- 18

VETTER, Sophia------------------------------------------------------------------ 13

VIEROR, Leonard------------------------------------------------------------------24

VOGELER, Katherin--------------------------------------------------------------28

VOGLER, Hans-------------------------------------------------------------------- 32

WALD, Ohswald--------------------------------------------------------------------41

WALDT, Anna Barbara-------------------------------------------------------- 34

WALDT, Hans Henrich---------------------------------------------------------- 4

WALDT, Roslva----------------------------------------------------------------------6

WANAMACHER, Margerite--------------------------------------------------30

WANAMKER, Georg------------------------------------------------------------30

WETZELERIN, Maria Barbara-------------------------------------------- 19

WETZELL, Hans Martin------------------------------------------------------ 31

WETZELL, Hans Martin-------------------------------------------------------- 6

WETZELL, Katherina------------------------------------------------------------ 3

WETZELL, Maria Barbara-------------------------------------------------- 33

WETZELL, Nicholaus------------------------------------------------------------4

WILHELM, Hans Michel------------------------------------------------------22

WYNAND, Johan Jacob--------------------------------------------------------19

WYS, Casper------------------------------------------------------------------------ 26

WYS, Sicilia--------------------------------------------------------------------------26

Pennsylvania German Pioneers Passenger Lists

Directory of Online Transcriptions of Palatine Passenger Lists

Palatine German Immigrant Ships to Philadelphia 1727-1808

This website is a directory of links to online transcriptions of the passenger lists in Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke. Some of the lists may have come from other sources such as the Pennsylvania Archives series or Rupp's A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants to Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.

Since many of these lists are scattered across various websites it was thought that a single directory would be useful to genealogy researchers. More links will be added as they are found.

Most of the immigrants on these lists came from the Palatine (Pfalz) region of Germany. Although these ships are often referred to as Palatine ships, you may also find Swiss, French and Dutch immigrants on these lists. For more information on the series and to learn how to order copies of the passenger lists showing the signatures (or marks) of the adult male passengers on microfiche see: Pennsylvania German Pioneers Research Guide

You will find that many of these ships departed from Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Hamburg or Bremen. Often you will see that they stopped in Cowes or Portsmouth ("last from Cowes," "last from Portsmouth") along the way. Cowes is a port near southern England on the Isle of Wight. Portsmouth is a port on the south coast of England.

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Johannes Nicholaus FRYE's Timeline

Age 25
Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
June 11, 1784
Age 84
North Carolina, United States