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Genealogical Information Published in the Germantauner Zeitung by Leibert & Billmeyer in 1785 of German settlers in Philadelphia/Germantown and the surrounding area

Transcribed by January 2004
Source: Genealogical Data Relating to the German Settlers of Pennsylvania and Adjacent Territory page 201
By: Hocker 1980


March 22, 1785

Dr. Felix Lynn will remove on March 22, from his place in Upper Saucon Township (Lehigh County), on the Great road from Bethlehem to Philadelphia, to Lower Saucon Township, Northampton County, eight miles from the old place and two miles from Bethlehem, to the place formerly occupied by James Cruickschank, where he will continue his former business. John Green will continue to conduct the store at Dr. Lynn's old place, in Upper Saucon.

November 29, 1785

Rudolph Miller, Lebanon Township, Dauphin County (now Lebanon County), advertises that his recently purchased German servant, Nicolaus Wilhelm, ran away. He is a cooper 27-28 years old.


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