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Record: Ship Arrival, The Two Brothers, 1749

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List of Foreigners Imported in the Two Brothers, Thomas Aknot, Master, from Rotterdam.

This list is hard to place. Among the records I have found, I believe it to be the Two Brothers that arrives in 1749..

Johan Gerhard Snyder,

Jolian Chrisn. Snyder,

Johan Chrisn. Humbel,

Wiliielm Grubert,

Tys Reffie.

Herman Hutier,

Peiter Reifenaar,

Johan Henrich Wagenaar,

Philip Leur.

Johannes Asseloer,

Johan Peter Mueller,

Johan Herman Heis,

Hobrick Leur,

Christn. Bemer,

Christian Bierkenbeyl,

Wilhelm Strikhausen,

Jost Schefer,

Henrich Hofman,

Johannes Smith,

Teys Backer,

Cliristn. Mathias Gubler,

Henrich Jong,

Peter Lup,

Simon Hueller,

Ernst Kraemer,

Henrich Willer,

Fredrick Smith,

Peter Shuman,

Ludwig Spies,

Adam Smitten.

Martin Grys,

Mathias Traen,

Wyant Snyder,

Johan Peter Snyder,

Jacob Grubert,

Johan Conrad Reffle,

Henrich Preins,

Michael Reifenaar,

Hendrick Wagenaar,

Pieter Amoes,

Johan Peter Leur,

Johan Jost Bleiker,

Jost Fisser,

Peter Hulbus,

Peter Lies,

Peter Bemer,

Albertus Herk,

Jacob Kambeck,

Wilhelm Peifer,

Henrich Fox,

Adam Fox,

Jerrig Werth,

Henrich Kueler,

Philipus Souer,

Peter Homerick,

Philipus Liest,

Tonis Backer,

Baltzer Smith,

Chistn. Klein,

Christn. Hulbues,

Martin Smitten.

Wilhelm Maeler,

Johannes Grys.

Jacobus Hofman.

Wilhehn Koets,

Arnold Schiefer,

Peter Jong,

Teys Baeker,

Christn. Badeheimer,

Peter Broun,

Christian Stels,

Johan Tevis,

Peter Dick,

Theis Dinsman,

Jacob Humer,

Theis Rueb,

Michal Gessel,

Michael Dinsman,

Wilhelm Smith,

Peter Hats.

Adam Geimer,

Peter Seiu,

Peter Gimbel,

Andreas Jong,

Christn. Baeker,

Johannes Bemer,

Wilhehn Dieds,

Adam Jong,

Philip Baeker,

Peter Allen,

Peter Haes,

Jacob Barb,

Jerg Schultz,

Bastn. Broun,

Theis Seier,

Wilhelm Helmt,

Christ Rueb,

Arnst Baeker,

Philipus Smith,

Johan Wilhelm Jaeger,

Christn. Sneyder,

Stoffel Leonard,

Hendrick Bemer,

Wilhelm Jong,

Theis Baeker.

This now adds 2 more Tinsmans to the list, and also shows the Raub or Rueb names. These along with Sneyder and Jong are seen again with the Tinsmans in PA and NJ.

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