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Palatines in New York City, 1710
Names and Ages of the Heads of Families
Remaining in the City of New York, 1710

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NOTE: The females whose names appear, were widows.

Hans Wilhelm Stuckrath, 37           Ludwig Bürs, 32
Anna Wormser, 36                     Georg Ludwig Leicht, 56
Nicklaus Jung, 32                    Johann Henrich Neukirch, 36
Frantz Lucas                         Anna Almerod, 67
Mattheis Bronck, 50                  Johann Henrich Leicht, 24
Johannes Jung, 32                    Johann Henrich Gossinger, 31
Baltzar Wenerich, 40                 Friederich Maul, 31
Benedictus Wenerich, 32              Christopher Dannermarker, 28
Anna Apolona Siegner, 44             Anna Marg. Dannermarker, 58
Johannes Planck, 43                  Andreas Elich, 37
Hans Adam Zollner, 52                Johannes Engell, 31
Andreas Richter, 47                  Michael Päffer, 32
Anna Maria Mengel, 27                Michael Storr, 38
Maria Margaretha Scher, 23           Joh. Diet. Wannenmacher, 28
Peter Gerlach, 37                    Conrad Lein, 56
Hieronimus Klein, 38                 Peter Appelman, 42
Anna Catharina Erb, 44               Anna Maria Bender, 44
Magdalina Baum, 29                   Arnold Falck, 36
Maria Catharina Bornwasser, 26       Anna Kunegunde Russ, 44
Maria Catharina Schütz, 40           Johannes Kautz, 40
Anna Maria Cramer, 38                Maria Catherine Hebmann, 40
Maria Nies, 38                       Anna Maria Sack, 30
Frances Basch, 40                    Johann Mattheus Keiser, 23
Susanna Beyer, 30                    Johannes Trillhauser, 23
Sitonia Melch, 41                    Bernhardt Sickard, 25
Anna Catharina Batz, 38              Johann Wilhelm Schneider, 28
Anna Eliza Rorbaal, 34               Valentin Bressler, 41
Anna Elizabeth Schultz, 22           Andreas Weidknecht, 40
Conrad Friederich, 52                Johannes Bär, 40
Johan Philip Greisler, 40            Melchior Dausweber, 55
Elizabeth Lampert, 47                Johanna Zenger, 33 **
Maria May, 45                        Anna Maria Gabel, 34
Georg Römer, 30                      Benedictus Kühner, 36
Ulrich Simmendinger, 38              Anna Elizabeth Lauch, 42
Christian Kasselman, 36              Margaretta Schmidt, 27
Johann Dieterich Schatz, 38          Daniel Teffer, 30
Anna Elizabeth Maul, 42              Margaretta Messer, 50
Peter Wickhaus, 32                   Maria Galete, 38
Veronica Zwick, 39                   Simon Vogt, 31
Johannes Lorentz, 43                 Johann Wilhelm Felten, 30
Caspar Hartwig, 39                   Hermanus Hoffman, 30
Magdalena Off, 32                    Ludolph Korning, 50
Anna Eva Morrell, 48                 Bernhart Ekel, 53
Michael Henneschied, 36              Johannes Täuble, 38
Johann Peter Fuchs, 31               Catharina Müller, 36
Anna Maria Heid, 50                  Joh. Jacob Starrenberger, 45
Dieterich Fiebersbach, 21            Johann Friederich Neff, 34
Christopher Werner, 35               Anna Catharina Grau, 40
Johann Paul Badner, 19               Heinrich Schmidt, 54
Elizabeth Müller, 42                 Daniel Schumacher, 30
Nicolaus Heisterbach, 53             Philip Peter Grauberger, 29
Elizabeth Noll, 66                   Johannes Roschman, 33
Appalonia Lintz, 40

In all, males and females of different ages, 430 persons. [This includes the families of these heads of families.]

**Johanna Zenger: This poor widow was the mother of three children, John Peter, aged 13, Anna Catharina, 10, and Johannes, 7. Her son, Peter Zenger, was apprenticed to William Bradford, printer in New York; and afterwards became owner of the N.Y. Weekly Messenger. He was indicted for libel, 1734, on which Hamilton, a lawyer from Philadelphia, pleaded his cause. - Doc. Hist. N.Y., III, pg. 565

NOTE: For more information on the Wanamaker/Wannamaker families, be sure to visit Family Genealogy - A Passage in Time (by the late Sherry Koshney-Downard)

Source: A Collection of upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776 by Prof. I. Daniel Rupp, with an Appendix containing Lists of more than one thousand German and French Names in New York prior to 1712, by Genealogical Publishing Company.

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