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Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania

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Re: Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania

Posted: 9 May 2013 11:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Nutz, Notz, Barth, Keydel, Gunther, Vogt
Johan Leonhardt NUTZ/NOTZ is listed on page 59 as an early settler in Codorus Township. He immigrated to Philadelphia in 1738 on the Two Sisters (which incidentally also brought some of my ancestors to America in the same year). He was naturalized on Sept. 24, 1746. His estate was administered in Lancaster Co. in 1758. He does not appear to have lived in York County, just owned land there. He received a warrant for 100 acres in North Codorus Twp. on Feb. 15, 1749, that was surveyed as 343 acres on Nov. 25, 1775, and 337 acres on Mar. 8/9, 1750. He married Maria Eva BARTH on Nov. 16, 1723, and Anna Catharina, dau. of Henrich KEYDEL, on Oct. 26, 1734. He had the following children at Zuzenhausen, Germany: (reference: 18th Century Emigrants from German Speaking Lands to North America/The Northern Kraichgau (1983 Annette K. Burgert).

Johan Georg born Jan. 28, 1726 and died before 1735.
Anna Dorothea born Apr. 22, 1733 (at Durlachishen) married Christian GUNTHER in 1752 and died of consumption in Lebanon Co., Pa on Aug. 31, 1799. (Salem Lutheran Church records) He died in 1785. She was a communicant at the First Reformed Congregation at Lancaster in 1750.
Johan Georg born Dec. 18, 1735 and died before 1738.
Elisabeth born Feb. 9, 1753 bapt. at the First Reformed Congregation in Lancaster on Feb. 18, 1753 and spon. by Christian VOGT and wife.

Joan
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