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Re: Who was onboard the William & Sarah?
Posted by: Sharon Bakke Date: August 19, 2001 at 15:42:30
In Reply to: Re: Who was onboard the William & Sarah? by Dick Diffenderfer of 204

Hi Dick,
Thanks for responding. I really question that Anna Maria Will was a wife of Alexander. She was given a permit to emigrate in 1726/1727 and per the ship passenger records arrived in Philadelphia in 1727. In "Early Emigration from the County of Heidelberg, in the elctoral Palatinate, to America 1726-27" permits were granted to:
several people among whom were:
Johann Alexander Diebendoerfer, resident of Schriesheim; arrived on the William and Sarah, oath of allegiance 21 Sept 1727; and
Anna Maria Will, resident of Schriesheim.

If Anna Maria Will was given a permit to emigrate in 1726-27 and Alexander married Anna Elizabeth Mack in 1725, then Anna Maria Will would not be a wife of Alexander.

Something to do some more research on!
Sharon


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