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Genealogical data relating to the German settlers of Pennsylvania and adjacent territory from advertisements in German newspapers published in Philadelphia and Germantown, 1743-1800

compiled by Edward W. Hocker
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
1935
300 leaves

Notes

Typescript.

Includes index.

Advertisements came from the newspapers: Pennsylvanische Geschichts-Schreiber 1743-1762 by Christopher Sower in Germantown; Wochentlicher Pennsylvanischer Staatsbote 1767-1779 published in Philadelphia by Henry Miller; Philadelphische Zeitung 1756-7 published by Ben Franklin; Philadelphische Correspondenz 1781-1800 published by Melchior Steiner; Germantauner Zeitung 1785-1790.

All localities are in Pennsylvania; also includes Conococheaque in Maryland near Frederick and Anweil in northern New Jersey.

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