[List 226 A] Foreigners imported in the Ship Henrietta, Capt. John Ross, from Rotterdam, but last from Cowes, Qualified 22 October, 1754.
Johannes Nieb Leo. Ritlinger, bd. Everhard Metchar, board Bernhard Russe Christn. Swartzwild Louis Hagel Jacob Liebolt Rynhard Saur Christn. Spring John Danl. Pier Jacob Koltman Johannes Pier Peter Dieterich Peter Henry Pier George Stor Philip Bladdell Jacob Knibler Johann Geo. Reed Joh. Adam Lintz, bd. Jacob Shifferdecker Jacob Folmer Geroge Fetter John Hartman Raus George Frank Hans Geo. Erbst Johannes Heysler, dead Jn. Eberhard Bintz, bd. Albertus Swynfurth George Adam Glee Elias Thom John Michael Sner Michael Thom Fredk. Keyser Andreas Kryner, bd. Jacob Etsner Michael Rieb, dead ** Peter Stro Albertus Rose Heny Swalbach Peter Franck Simon Heidell Johann Keynert Philip Gross Jeremiah Eckert Johann Styntryser Jean Wolf Kryer Johann Starts, dead ** George Hygas Conrad Bole Geo. Fredk Stuger Conrad Pope Fredk. Stuger, Jr., under age Jno. Geo. Pater Fredk. Shallin, bd. David Firlinge Ludwig Zieger Antho. Graff Andreas Turolf Hans Geo. Neuman Jno. Henry Kinder Jacob Kurtz, bd. Michael Kun Simon Lible Jos. Smith Heny. Buck Philip Eygle, bd., under 16 Michael Jeder Henry Smith, under 16 Johan Roteburger Johannes Koch Andreas Haller, bd. Bernhard Speck Jno. Geo. Snyder Jacob Eyler Johannes Karg Philip Beyerly George Frank Joh. Jacob Meyer Baltes Tieringer Christoph Philip Smith, bd. ** Conrad Slimmer Joh. Geo. Reit Christoph Syder Jacob Sner Christoph Hysler George Eyle Jno. Adam Roeland Godfrey Lodwig
** Name crossed out
List of Foreigners imported in the Ship Henrietta Capt. John Rose, from Rotterdam, Qualified 22 October 1754, No. 80. Hillegas
This vessel was admitted when the Governor was at Newcastle.
[List 226 C] At the State House of Philadelphia, Tuesday, the Twenty Second Day of October, 1754. Present: Joshua Maddox, Esquire
The Foreigners whose names are underwritten, Imported in the Ship Henrietta, Capt. John Ross, from Rotterdam but last from Cowes, did this Day take the usual Qualifications to the Government. 3 Roman Catholicks. From Franconia, Wirtenberg, Hesse etc.
Johannes Neipp David Festinger Christian Schwartzwelder Johan Anthon Graff Jacob Leyboldt Johan George (O) Newman Johan Christoph Spring Simon Laible Jacob (X) Kaltmiller Georg Heinrich Beckh Peter Dietrich Johann Michael Jetter Görg Stohr Johannes Rothenburger Jacob Knödler Johann Georg Schneider Johann Bernhardt Rusing Johannes Karch Noah (+++) Hagy Johann Geörg Franck Johan Reinhard Sauer Balthas Thüringer Johann Daniel Pier Conradt Schlemmer Johanes (B) Beer Christoph Sauther Peter Henry (H) Beer Christoph Haüsler Filibus Ladert Johan Adam Rohlandt Johann Göerg Reith Jörg (X) Vetter Jacob (O) Shiefferdecker Georg Franck Jacob (X) Volmer Allbrecht Schweinforth Hartman (X) Raush Elias Tomm Johann Georg Herbst Michael (O) Tomm Georg Adam Klee Albertus Roosen Hans Michel Schnerr Peter Franck Friedrich Kayser Johannes Keinarth Jacob (++) Itschner Jerimias Eckert Peter Stroh Johan Wolraht Krüger Johan Henrich Schwalbach Johan Gerg Heiges Pilipus Gruss Georg Friedreich Stuber Simonn Hydel Lüdwig Zucker Jonas Steinheuser Andereas (++) Duron Conrad Bohl Johann Heinrich Günther Johann Caspar Bopp Mächel Kohn Johann Georg Bader Joseph Schmidt Johannes Koch Jacob Schner Bernhard Speck Johann Jorrg Ihle Jacob Ohler Godfried (G) Ludewig Johann Phillip Beuerle In all 80 Hans Jacob Mayer
Philadelphia. Oct. 19, 1754
According to Directions we have carefully examined the State of Health of every Mariner & Passenger on board the Ship Hennrietta, Capt. Ross, from Roterdam, and found the Chief Mate, Carpenter, Johnson, & Clawson, Mariners, ill of Fevers. Henry Stawip, Margret Oldmany, Martin Fraily, his wife and children in No. 81, likewise 6 women, 4 chldren and one man in Numbers 5, 12, 13, 33 & 39 ill of the same kind of Fevers. Many of the other People appear to be in a convalescent State. We were informed most of them had been indisposed. The Capt. says he had lost 14 Freights in the Voyage, and that he had not concealed any Person nor landed more than one Sailor. The Fever with which these People are affected is of the putrid Kind, arising from corrupted Air and bad Dyet, but is not accompanyed with the usual Symptoms of a high Degree of Virulence, and we are of the opinion if the sick were taken out of the Vessel and put into separate Lodgings, there would be little Danger of their communicating any infection and that the Ship might afterwards with Safety to the Inhabitants of the City be permitted to come up to it.
To His Honor
The Governour Tho. Graeme Th. Bond
Drs. Certificate of the Ship Henrietta. 19th 8br. 1754.
[Note] 19th 8br. 
The Doctors and Mr. Hillegass, one of the Attorneys, were examined by the Govr. in the presence of the Chief Justice & Recorder, and the Trustees of the Pest House were sent for, and afterwards an order given to them to receive the sick and Prohibit them to come up till further orders.
This was the first ship from which any danger was suspected.