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Emigrants from Neustadt to Pennsylvania
1750

Transcribed by AwesomeGenealogy.com March 2003
Source: New World Immigrants Volume 1 pages 172-173
By: Tepper 1980

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Jacob Ackermann, citizen at Weidenthal, is permitted, along with his wife and three children, and upon payment of 10 florins for the "Tenth Penny", to go to Pennsylvania. (Ship Anderson, August 21, 1750)

Peter Franck and Jacob Brickert, inhabitants of Lachen, are permitted along with their wives and children, and upon payment of the "Tenth Penny" which amounts to 27 florins for the former and 5 florins 30 kreuzer for the latter, to go to Pennsylvania. (Jacob Bricker Ship Sandwich, November 30, 1750)

Mathias Brickert, of Lachen, is permitted to go to Pennsylvania gratis. (Ship Brotherhood, November 3, 1750)

Philipp Rheinhard Gassmann, the citizen of Winzingen (today part of the City of Neustadt), is permitted, along with his wife and three children to go to Pennsylvania. (Ship Sandwich, November 30, 1750)

Johannes Guschwa, of Weidenthal, is permitted, along with his wife and two children, to go to Pennsylvania gratis.

Peter Herget, the citizen of Oggersheim, is permitted, along with his wife and children, upon payment of 60 florins supplementary tx and 30 florins for his stepson Christoph Braun, to go to Pennsylvania. (Petter Hergedt, Ship Two Brothers, August 28, 1750)

Balthasar Loeffel, of Oggersheim, is permitted, upon payment of 19 florins for the "Tenth Penny", to emigrate with his wife to Pennsylvania. (Balsazar Loffler, Ship Two Brothers, August 28, 1750)

Andreas Muehlschlaegel, the Reformed schoolmaster (Schuldiener) of Weidenthal, is permitted to go to Pennsylvania, but must first pay the supplementary tax (Tenth Penny) upon his property of 300 florins. (Johann Andreas Muhlschlagel, Ship Patience, August 11, 1750)

Johann Adam Wetzel, of Weidenthal, is permitted, upon payment of 8 florins 30 kreuzer for the "Tenth Penny", to go to Pennsylvania. (Ship Patience, August 11, 1750)

Lorentz Laxgang, of Dannstadt, is granted free permission to leave for Pennsylvania, along with his wife and stepchildren.

Jacob Koerner, of Edenkoben, who wants to go to Pennsylvania is along with his wife, released gratis from serfdom. (Jacob Karner, Ship Royal Union, August 15, 1750)

Maria Catharine Hammann, of Lachen, is permitted to emigrate to Pennsylvania gratis.

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