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Johannes SCHANZENBACH
Subject:  Johannes SCHANZENBACH / SCHANTZENBACH
Migration:  1785, "Germany" to America


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1.  Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1538-1940 (Broderbund CD-354):
Place:  America
Year:  1785
Primary Individual:  Schanzenbach, Johannes
Source Name:  HALL, CHARLES M. "Pal-Index": A Surname Index of Eighteenth-Century Immigrants. Salt Lake City: Global Research Systems, 1979. 147 p.
Source Annotation:  Data on immigrants from France (Alsace-Lorraine), Switzerland, southern Germany, and some adjacent places, arriving between 1727 and 1775.  "Palatines" was a term adopted from British merchants and the people of Philadelphia whose first contact with large migrations from continental Europe in the 1700s was with Palatines (Pfaelzer in German), people from the Palatinate (Pfalz).  A third of the immigration in this period was from what later became Baden-Wuerttemberg.  Information includes name, origin, date, place of settlement, and sometimes the religion.  About 6,500 names gathered from about 50 sources
Source Page #:  96

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