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Dea. Ferdinand Philip Jacob DETTMER
Christina Dorothea MORHARDT
Husband:  Ferdinan Philip Jacob DETTMER
Birth:  1718, Hildesheim, Electorate of Hannover, Holy Roman Empire [now part of Lower Saxony, Germany]
Death:  1801
Occupation:  merchant
Religion:  Moravian/Brethren, a Deacon 
Marriage:  19 Jun 1963, Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Northampton/Lehigh Co., PA
Wife:  Christina Dorothea MORHARDT
Migration:  1752, arrived in New York, NY
Children:
 


Sources:

1a.  Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1538-1940 (Broderbund CD-354):
Place: New York
Year: 1752
Primary Individual: Morhardt, Christina
Source Code: 3652
Source Name: JORDAN, JOHN W. "Moravian Immigration to Pennsylvania, 1734-1767." In Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, vol. 5 (1899), pp. 51-90.
Source Annotation: Date and port of arrival. Also includes ship name and port of departure.  See also source nos. 3650 (indexed in PILI 1983); 3654 (PILI 1982); and 3660 and 3661 (PILI 1987).
Source Page #: 76

1b.  Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1538-1940 (Broderbund CD-354):
Place: New York, NY
Year: 1752
Primary Individual: Morhardt, Christina
Source Code: 3650
Source Name: JORDAN, JOHN W. "Moravian Immigration to Pennsylvania, 1734-1765." In The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 33:2 (1909), pp. 228-248.
Source Annotation: Several ship lists with commentary.  See also nos. 3652, 3654, 3660-3661.  Also in no. 9120, Tepper, Emigrants to Pennsylvania, pp. 33-53.
Source Page #: 241

1c.  Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1538-1940 (Broderbund CD-354):
Place: New York, NY
Year: 1752
Primary Individual: Morhardt, Christina
Source Code: 9120
Source Name: TEPPER, MICHAEL, editor. Emigrants to Pennsylvania, 1641-1819: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from "The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography." Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1975. 292p. Repr. 1979.
Source Annotation: Fourteen articles on immigration, excerpted from The Pennsylvania Magazine of Hitory and Biography, 1877-1934.  Nmes 6,000 persons.  Listed similarly in Boyer, Nos. 0702, 0714, 0717, and 0720.
Source Page #: 46

2.  John B. Linn & William H. Egle.  1880.  "Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Marriage Register."  Pages 107-127 in Record of Pennsylvania Marriages, Prior to 1810.  Pennsylvania Archives.  Second Series. Vol. IX.  Lane S. Hart, State Printer, Harrisburg, PA (Proderbund CD-193).  On p. 120:
1763, June 19, Morhard, Christina Dorothea, and Ferd. Philipp Jac. Detmers.

3.  Augustus Schultze.  1912.  Guide to the Old Moravian Cemetery of Bethlehem, Pa., 1742-1910.  The Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses XXI: i-218 (Republ. 1983 as pp. 393-583 in Pennsylvania German Church Records. Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD; republ. 1996 as Broderbund CD-130).  On p. 426:
7.  FERDINAND PH. JACOB DETTMERS, 1718-1801, born at Hildesheim, Hannover; became a merchant, and when he united with the Church, was appointed warden of the Brethren's House at Niesky and ordained Deacon.  Was called to Bethlehem in 1761; married C.D. Morhardt and served as warden of the churches at Bethlehem, Nazareth and Lititz.

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