Pennsylvania German Roots Across the Ocean

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Palatine and Palatinate by Ralph Dornfeld Owen FGSP FASG
Annotations to Strassburger and Hinkes Pennsylvania
Palatines and Servants Imported on the King of Prussia
The Ancestry of the Thirteen Krefeld Emigrants of 1683
An Emigrant to America in 1749 from Rhodt Palatinate
Emigrants to America from the Duchy of Zweibrücken
Clues Hidden in Administration Papers
Emigrants from Hesse Germany Who Left
Some EighteenthCentury Emigrants from Höchst
Establishing the German Origins of Several Northampton
Name Index
Place Index
Reprint Sources

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Side 34 - That no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate hath, or ought to have any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence, or authority ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm : So help me God.
Side 17 - European Origins of the Brethren: A Source Book on the Beginnings of the Church of the Brethren in the Early Eighteenth Century.
Side 33 - An Act for the Better Enabling Divers Inhabitants of the Province of Pennsylvania to Hold Lands, and to Invest Them With the Privileges of Natural-Born Subjects of the Said Province...
Side 15 - Magazine, published semiannually, notice of all regular meetings and Workshops, and is entitled to consult the Collections of the Society housed in the Library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia 19107. The Society welcomes and solicits for its Collections family histories, Bible records, transcripts of church and cemetery records, and of county or town archival records. As a non-profit organization, donations of such material, financial contributions to be...
Side 24 - Notices by German and Swiss settlers seeking information of members of their families, kindred, or friends inserted between the years 1742 and 1761 in the Pennsylvanische Berichte; and between the years 1762 and 1779 in the Pennsylvanische Staatsbote.
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Side 25 - Genealogical Resources of the Historical Society of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Fackenthal Library, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Side 60 - Sept. 1738. For the year 1751 there is an unusually large number of emigration permits: PETER BENNINGER, a resident of Epfenbach, district of Sinsheim, with wife and four children, apparently without payment of the usual manumission fee. HEINRICH BECK, a resident of Epfenbach, district of Sinsheim, with wife Anna Margaretha and son Johann Joerg. The latter was required to pay 1 1 florins for manumission and 10 florins for unpaid taxes. ADAM BUCKLE (BICKLE), a schoolmaster of the Reformed Church at...
Side 20 - Bertolet, A Genealogical History of the Bertolet Family, the Descendants of Jean Bertolet (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: United Evangelical Publishing House, 1914), 260pp. Fritz Braun, "The Eighteenth-Century Emigration from the Palatinate : New Documentation," Pennsylvania Folklife, XV: 3 (Spring 1966), 40—88.

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