Passengers abroad the ship Molly,

which landed at the port of Philadelphia;

September 30, 1727


List A: A list of the Palatine men on board the ship Molly above the age of 16 years, as signed on their own (or with help, if illiterate), qualified September 30, 1727.

Names of the Palatines imported in the Molly. Jno. Hodgson, from Deal. 30th Sept. 1727, signed the declaration. 72 persons.

"At a council held at the courthouse of Philadelphia, Sept. 30, 1727,... A list was presented to the board of the names of seventy Palatines, who with their families, making in all about three hundred persons, were imported in the ship Molley, Jno. Hodgeson, master, from Rotterdam, but last from Deal as by clearance from officers of the customs there."

From the minutes of the Provincal Council, printed in Colonial Records, Vol. III, p. 287.

List B: Palatines imported in the ship Molly, John Hodgeson, Master from London, who hereunto set their hands, 30th Sept. 1727, in the presence of the Governor and Council.

List A:

Hans Erick Ouer

Frances Stoupe

Hanse Stuber

Hans Jacob Bender

Michael Spowner, sick

Hans Erick Keelb

Hans Erick Herriger

Luterich Detterey

Hans Ouer Parrent

Luterich Peetter

Hans Adam Soulder

Hanse Michael Smith

Johannes Crouse

Andres Elick

Porchas Hoffman

Felix Good

Johannes Crouse

Weyan Teale

Michale Sebasten

Hans Ubruk Shamaker, dead

Augusten Weber

Hans Lenord Hoffman

Hans Teyger

Marten Hosuer

Henrick Penhort

Henrick Fults, sick

Hans Erick Tetner

Merix Foux

Stephannus Raper

Erick Lutwich Zell

Samuel Bare

Hans Rinck

Hans Erick Shillingberg

David Marten

Jacob Marten

Henerick Hoffman

Jost Moser, sick

Christane Moser, sick

Ulrick Schillingbergen

Michell Shenck

Christane Walltone

Hanse Moser

Hans Yow

Jacob Shir

Hans Erick Crable

Henerck Meyer

Michell Crable

Samuell Owerhoulster

Fellone Younge

Jacob Roust

Hans Cooble

Jacob Baer

Hans Funk, sick

Michell Francis

Petter Good

Christane Solderman, sick

Jacob Horrester, dead

Samuell Good

Jacob Houer

Rodulf Landish

Rodulf Baine

Martine Kindige

Jacob Wanner

Orick Leep

Christane Willand

James Miller

Martine Kearstuter

Johannes Mattes Eyger

Johannes Pealer

Hans Miller, sick

Hans Michell

Hans Erick Feilter

List B:

Hans Jerg Huber

Frantz Stupp

Hans Jacob Benter

Hans Jerige (X) Kelb

Hanns Jerg Horger

Johann Ludwig Dederer

Andries (X) Baerns

Ludwig Borz

Michel Schmidt

Andreas Illig

Burckhardt Hoffman

Felix Guth

Johannes Kraus

Wyan (W) Diell

Michel (S) Sebastiyan

Augustyn (A) Weder

Hans (X) Leenerd Hofman

Hanns Steger

Hans Michel Guth

Hans Michel Guth [?]

Martin Hauser

Hans Heinrich Bernhardt

Hans Jerg Dieter

Marx Fuchs

Stevus Reppert

Jerg Ludwig Gesell

Samuel Behr

Johannes Ring

Hans Jergh (X) Schellenberg

Davidt Mardtin

Jacob Marttin

Heinrich Kaufman

Ulrigh (O) Schellenberg

Michel (O) Schenck

Christian Velte

Hans Moser

Jacob Scherer

Henrich (X) Krybiel

Henrich (HM) Mayer

Michael Krebiel

Samuel (O) Oberholts

Felden Gehr

Hans Jacob Rudt

Hans Kobel

Jacob Bähr

Michel Frantz

Peder Gut

Samuel Gut

Jacob Huber

Rudolf (RL) Landes

Rudolf (B) Been

Mardtin (MK) Kindigh

Jacob (X) Wanner

Ulrich Leib

Christyan (X) Miller

Hans (H) Hoogstadt

Joh. Mathys (J) Egener

Johannes Büller

Hans Jer. (X) Folcks

Dobias Schorch

Christian Wenger

Comparative Lists with additional information.

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List A:

List B:

Hans Erick Ouer

Hans Jerg Huber

1

Huber, Hans George

Frances Stoupe

Frantz Stupp

2

Hanse Stuber

3

Hans Jacob Bender

Hans Jacob Benter

4

Bender, Hans Jacob

Michael Spowner, sick

5

Hans Erick Keelb

Hans Jerige (X) Kelb

6

Kulp, Hans George

Hans Erick Herriger

Hanns Jerg Horger

7

Luterich Detterey

Johann Ludwig Dederer

8

Hans Ouer Parrent

Andries (X) Baerns

9

Note: uncertain if these are the same individual.

Luterich Peetter

Ludwig Borz

10

Note: uncertain if these are the same individual.

Hans Adam Soulder

11

Hanse Michael Smith

Michel Schmidt

12

Johannes Snider

13

Andres Elick

Andreas Illig

14

Porchas Hoffman

Burckhardt Hoffman

15

Felix Good

Felix Guth

16

Johannes Crouse

Johannes Kraus

17

Weyan Teale

Wyan (W) Diell

18

Michale Sebasten

Michel (S) Sebastiyan

19

Hans Ubruk Shamaker, dead

20

Augusten Weber

Augustyn (A) Weder

21

Hans Lenord Hoffman

Hans (X) Leenerd Hofman

22

Hans Teyger

Hanns Steger

23

Hans Michel Guth

24

Hans Michel Guth [?]

25

Marten Hosuer

Martin Hauser

26

Henrick Penhort

Hans Heinrich Bernhardt

27

Henrick Fults, sick

27

Hans Erick Tetner

Hans Jerg Dieter

28

Merix Foux

Marx Fuchs

29

Stephannus Raper

Stevus Reppert

30

Erick Lutwich Zell

Jerg Ludwig Gesell

31

Samuel Bare

Samuel Behr

32

Bar, Samuel ?[b. ca. 1705; on Aug. 4, 1741, patented 71 acres granted from Caleb Baker; signed deed dat. Jan. 28, 1746.]. Son of Hans Jakob Bär and Barbara Frederick; of Hausen, Switzerland, and later Dühren, Germany. Parents immigrated c. 1720.

Hans Rinck

Johannes Ring

33

Hans Erick Shillingberg

Hans Jergh (X) Schellenberg

34

Schellenberger, Hans Görg b. Nov. 14, 1694; Reihen, Germany; d. 1756; Hempfield Twp.; Lanc. Co., Pa. Son of Hans Schellenberger and Anna Magdalena Rudi of Signau, Switzerland, and later Reihen, Germany.
m. Jan. 1723; Reihen, Germany; Anna Margaretha Hug, daughter of Hans Hug
children:
1. Jacob Schellenberger, taxed in Hempfield Twp., in 1756 and 1758 next to widow Schellengberger.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p.370.

David Marten

Davidt Mardtin

35

Martin, David; d. Nov. 10, 1784; buried Weaverland. For more information, visit www.genealogygoldmine.com/martin.

Jacob Marten

Jacob Marttin

36

Martin, Jacob; d. before 1768; For more information, visit www.genealogygoldmine.com/martin.

Henerick Hoffman

Heinrich Kaufman

37

Kauffman, Henrich ?[b. ca. 1690. He was a Mennonite living at Helmstadt, Germany in 1717 and 1724.]

source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. I, p.234.

Jost Moser, sick

38

Moser, Jost b. ca. 1693, Ittlingen, Germany; d. 1761; Lampeter twp., Lanc. Co., Pa. Son of Peter Moser of Biglen, Switzerland, and later Ittlingen, Germany.
m. Veronica Funk, daughter of Henry Funk
children:
1. Henry Moser b. 1733; d. 1805
m. Elizabeth ________ b. 1739; d. 1820
?[2. Peter Moser b. ca. 1735; d. 1805
m. Magdalena Hartman
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. I, p.261-262.

Christane Moser, sick

39

Moser, Christane b. ca. 1705, Ittlingen, Germany; d. 1741; Lampeter twp., Lanc. Co., Pa. Son of Peter Moser of Biglen, Switzerland, and later Ittlingen, Germany.
m. unknown
children:
?[1. Christian Moser d. 1755; Rapho Twp.
?[2. Peter Moser
m.Frena Resh
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. I, p.261-262.

Ulrick Schillingbergen

Ulrigh (O) Schellenberg

40

Schellenberger, Ulrich b. ca. 1690; d. before June 2, 1761; Hempfield Twp., Lanc. Co., Pa. He warranted 108 1/2 acres in Lancaster County on Aug. 20, 1746; and another 30 acres on Oct. 9, 1750. Mennonite.
m. Catharine Strickler
children:
1. John Schellenberger b. Sept. 23, 1720; d. Jan. 7, 1793; Fayette Co., Pa.
m. June 9, 1755; Barbara Coble d. 1805
2. Magdalena Schellenberger b. ca. 1722; d. about 1759.
m. Peter Widmer; Manor Twp., Lanc. Co.
3. Catherine Schellenberger b. ca. 1724
m. Martin Besh
4. Henry Schellenberger b. ca. 1726
5. Maria Schellenberger b. ca. 1728
m. John Witmer; Manor Twp., Lanc. Co.
6. Ulrich Schellenberger b. ca. 1732; d. unmarried
7. Jacob Schellenberger b. 1735; d. Oct. 27, 1812
m. Magdalena Lehman b. ca. 1741; d. Apr. 7, 1789
8. Anna Schellenberger b. ca. 1737
9. Barbara Schellenberger b. ca. 1739
 
source: Shellenberger Book.
Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p.369-370.

Michell Shenck

Michel (O) Schenck

41

Schenk, Michael b. ca. 1700, Hasselbach, Germany; d. 1744; Strasburg, Lanc. Co., Pa.; wp. June 4, 1744; signed by wife Barbara [Howery], Jacob Meyer and Abraham Blaser.
m(1) unknown
m(2) after 1737; Barbara ______, widow of Hans Howry, Strasburg Twp.,
children:
1. Barbara Schenk
m. Ulrich Everly b. 1724; d. 1809; Martic Twp., Lanc. Co.
2. Annali Schenk
3. Michael Schenk d. 1782; Martic Twp.
m. Barbara ?[Gingrich; daughter of Ulrich Gingrich, Warwick Twp., Lanc. Co.]
4. Mary Schenk
m. Christian Musselman, ?[Earl Twp., Lanc. Co.]
 
Note: Letters of Administration, Mar. 13, 1737; and Orphan's Court, Sept. 2, 1746, pp.20, 22. The bond was signed by Michael Schenk of Strasburg (by mark [ME]), Abraham Blaser of Conestoga, and Ulrich Brachbill of Strasburg.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. I, p.335-336.

Christane Walltone

Christian Velte

42

Hanse Moser

Hans Moser

43

Moser, Hans b. ca. 1695; Ittlingen, Germany; d. 1752; Lancaster Twp., Lanc. Co. Son of Peter Moser of Biglen, Switzerland, and later Ittlingen, Germany. He patented 130 acres on the Conestoga Creek next to Michael Shank and Henry Funk on Nov. 16, 1737.
m. unknown
children:
1. Jacob Moser d. 1756; Lancaster Twp.
m. Mary _______
2. Peter Moser d. 1759; Hempfield Twp., Lanc. Co.
m. Anna ________
3. John Moser; Hempfield Twp.
m. Elizabeth Resh
4. Christian Moser
minor when father died in 1742. His guardian was Christian Baughman.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. I, p.261-262.

Hans Yow

44

Jacob Shir

Jacob Scherer

45

Scherer, Jacob b. ca. 1702; d. 1748; Bethel Twp., Lanc. Co. Son of Jacob Scherer of Zauggenried, Switzerland and later Reihen, Germany and Bockshaft, Germany.
m. Barbara ________
children: (all minors at father's death)
1. Jacob Scherer b. ca. 1731; uncle Michael Scherer appointed as guardian.
2. Peter Scherer b. ca. 1734; uncle John Scherer appointed as guardian.
m. Elizabeth ________
3. Barbara Scherer b. ca. 1737; uncle Michael Scherer appointed as guardian.
4. John Scherer b. ca. 1740; his mother was appointed guardian.
5. Catherine Scherer b. ca. 1743; her mother was appointed guardian.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p. 360.

Hans Erick Crable

Henrich (X) Krybiel

46

Krehbiel, Henrich b. ca. 1704; d. 1738; Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.
m. Elizabeth Kendig; daughter of Henrich Kendig of Grombach, Germany.
children:
1. John Krehbiel b. 1734; d. Sept. 19, 1797; Earl Twp., Lanc. Co.
m. Sara Carpenter b. 1741; d. 1813
2. Barbara Krehbiel b. Jan. 14, 1738/9
m. Abraham Eby b. 1735; d. 1815; Leacock Twp., Lanc. Co.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p. 233-234.

Henerck Meyer

Henrich (HM) Mayer

47

Meyer, Heinrich b. ca. 1684; Rudelsheim, Germany. He warranted 300 acres in Heidelberg Twp., on Mill Creek Sept. 28, 1738; patented by John Meyer Dec. 11, 1758.
m. Elizabeth __________
children:
?[1. Jacob Meyer b. ca. 1712; d. 1773; Lebanon Twp.
m. Susanna ________
2. John Meyer b. ca. 1718; d. 1786; Heidelberg Twp.
m. Barbara _________
?[3. Henry Meyer b. ca. 1724; lived in Heidelberg Twp.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p. 303-304.

Michell Crable

Michael Krebiel

48

Krehbiel, Michael b. ca. 1706; d. 1783; Earl Twp.
m. Mary ?[Eby] d. 1793
children:
1. John Krehbiel b. ca. 1740; d. Aug. 22, 1818; Botetout Co., Va.
m. Hannah Bontrager; daughter of Martin Bontrager
2. Joseph Krehbiel b. ca. 1742; d. Franklin Twp., Adams Co., Pa.
m. Mary Brillhart; daughter of Peter Brillhart
3. Michael Krehbiel b. ca. 1745; d. Earl Twp., Lanc. Co., Pa.
4. Shem Krehbiel b. ca. 1748; d. ca. 1786; Earl Twp.
m. Susanna Hole
5. Elizabeth Krehbiel b. ca. 1751; d. before 1792
6. Mary Krehbiel b. ca. 1753;
m. Christian Hole
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p. 234-235.

Samuell Owerhoulster

Samuel (O) Oberholts

49

Oberholzer, Samuel b. ca. 1690; d. 1748; Manor Twp., Lanc. Co., Pa.
m. Elizabeth _________

Fellone Younge

Felden Gehr

50

Jacob Roust

Hans Jacob Rudt

51

Hans Cooble

Hans Kobel

52

Jacob Baer

Jacob Bähr

53

Hans Funk, sick

54

Funk, Johannes b. ca. 1690; lived in Reihen, Germany near Jacob Sherrer, Jacob Graf, Samuel Meyer, and Johannes Huber.

Michell Francis

Michel Frantz

55

Frantz, Michael, most certainly related to the Frantz family found at Bockshaft, Germany in the 1731 Anabaptist census.

Petter Good

Peder Gut

56

Good, Peter b. ca. 1690; wp. Dec. 23, 1754; Earl Twp.
m(1) ________, 3 ch.
m(2) ________, 2 ch.
m(3) Anna Groff b. ca. 1707 d. before 1750; 2 ch.
m(4) Fronica Histand, 1 ch.
children:
1. Anna Good b. ca. 1712
m. John Musselman b. ca. 1709; d. ca. 1762
2. Jacob Good b. ca. 1712; d. 1777; Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co., Pa.
m. Susannah Scherer b. ca. 1712; daughter of Hans and Veronica Scherer of
Bockshaft, Germany.
3. Christian Good b. ca. 1715; d. Aug. 13, 1757; Brecknock Twp.
m(1). Susanna Schmidt
m(2). Magdalena ________
4. Mary Good b. ca. 1718; d. after 1771
m. Jacob Graffe b. ca. 1700; wp. Nov. 6, 1771; East Pennsboro Twp., Cumberland
Co., Pa.
5. Barbara Good b. ca. 1720
6. Susanna Good b. ca. 1730
7. Peter Good b. ca. 1732; d. after 1779
m. Christina Landis b. ca. 1735; d. after 1779
8. Henry Good b. ca. 1750
 
souce: Jane Evans Best and Howard C. Francis, "Six Good Families of Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania", Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. XII, No. 3, July 1989, pp.18-26.

Christane Solderman, sick

57

Jacob Horrester, dead

Samuel Gut

58

Hostetter, Jacob b. July 22, 1677; Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland, moved to Alsace in 1699. Living in Angelloch, Germany in 1717.
m (1). unknown
m (2). May 13, 1714; Mauer, Germany; Veronica Meyer, daughter of Hans Meyer
children:
1. Hans Hostetter b. ca. 1707
possibly others.
 
source: Richard W. Davis, Emigrants, Refugees and Prisoners, Vol. II, p. 216-219.

Samuell Good

Samuel Gut

59

Good, Samuel b. ca. 1710; wp. Feb. 5, 1777; Earl Twp.
m(1). _________
m(2). Anna ________; widow of Harry Sheibly
children:
1. Anna Good
m. ______ Neff
2. Catherine Good
m. ______ Flory
3. Barbara Good
m. ______ Beissel
 
souce: Jane Evans Best and Howard C. Francis, "Six Good Families of Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania", Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. XII, No. 3, July 1989, p. 26.

Jacob Houer

Jacob Huber

60

Rodulf Landish

Rudolf (RL) Landes

61

Rodulf Baine

Rudolf (B) Been

62

Martine Kindige

Mardtin (MK) Kindigh

63

Jacob Wanner

Jacob (X) Wanner

64

Orick Leep

Ulrich Leib

65

Christane Willand

66

James Miller

67

Martine Kearstuter

68

Christyan (X) Miller

69

Hans (H) Hoogstadt

70

Hostetter, Hans b. ca. 1707; son of Jacob Hostetter who arrived dead on the same ship.

Johannes Mattes Eyger

Joh. Mathys (J) Egener

71

Johannes Pealer

Johannes Büller

72

Hans Miller, sick

73

Hans Michell

74

Hans Erick Feilter

Hans Jer. (X) Folcks

75

Dobias Schorch

76

Christian Wenger

77

Wenger, Christian b. May 1, 1698; Rothenbach, Switzerland; d. Earl Twp., Lanc Co., Pa.
m. Eva Krehbiel, probable daughter of Michael Krehbiel.

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