Three Rivers
Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie
History From America's Most Famous Valleys

The Book of Names
Especially Relating to The Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the
Mohawk Valley
Compiled and Arranged by Lou D. MacWethy
Published by The Enterprise and News
St. Johnsville, NY., 1933

List of Palatines in 1709
Copied from the Manuscript in London, England

Palatine Emigrants Into England to June 20, 1709

Copies of notes taken at British Museum.

The original lists are in C. O. 388:76, D. 57-70.

1. List taken at St. Catherines May 6, 1709, 852 persons.

2. List taken at Walworth, May 27, 1709, 1193 persons.

3. List taken at St. Catherine's June 2, 1709, 1745 persons.

4. List taken at St. Catherine's and Deftford June 15, 11, 1709.

Note--In the following son or sons and daughters or daughters followed by figures denote that the head of the family was married and had that number of children of the ages noted. The abbreviations Ref., Luth., Cath. refer to their religion. Segregation of occupation or trade is made.

Note-Second immigration to New York sailed January 10, 1710 had a few of these listed here.

BOARD OF TRADE MISCELLANEOUS

Vol. 2, D. 57

LEGEND

Hs. V .-Husbandman and Vinedresser.
Hus.-Husbandman. Hrd.-Herdsman.
*-Unmarried.

A

B

C
D
E
F
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
T
V
W
Z

Such as entered their names last.

No. of the family~~~~ Names

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