Oct. 27, arrival of the ship Saint Andrew, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes. -- extracted from A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania, from 1727 to 1776 with a Statement of the names of Ships, whence they sailed, and the date of their arrival in Philadelphia. Second Revised and Enlarged Edition with German Translation.
By I. Daniel Rupp
Names in this user contribution include Ackerman, Althaus, Althauss, Altoch, Ambrecht, Bald, Beem, Behn, Behringer, Bene, Berger, Beyer, Bibighaus, Bittenbender, Blucher, Bohm, Bosfeld, Brauss, Bremer, Brows, Buckenmeyer, Claither, Dellinger, Derrick, Diel, Eberhart, Ertz, Esler, Everhard, Fusel, Genberger, Grauell, Greber, Grevener, Hambrecht, Heinrich, Hertt, Hiltenbrandt, Hindertruther, Hirt, Hoffer, Hoffman, Hukabach, Katerman, Kattermann, Kehler, Kiehl, Kinter, Kintzel, Krieve, Kriger, Kunerein, Lauman, Leiss, Light, Mayer, Mercher, Messer, Meyer, Nagel, Neveling, Ottiner, Risser, Roser, Sassemanhaus, Sauder, Sauer, Scheissle, Schenkel, Schreier, Schwartz, Schyver, Sheffer, Shertzer, Shroder, Shumacher, Sin, Sjder, Smith, Spiess, Stahler, Stern, Tow, Trewett, Utzman, Vansant, Voyzin, Wacker, Wagner, Wald, Walter, Waltz, Webber, Weber, Welsh, Wisler, Yosey.
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