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Re: Clemens Info misleading
Posted by: carol j. taylor Date: August 21, 2001 at 08:12:28
In Reply to: Clemens Info misleading by Sharon Hittle of 256

I may not be of any help. Have you checked the info on Rootsweb? Most people quote the source of info as Jackie Nein's book, but there are mistakes in it. From what I know Hans Peter was usually called Peter, so they are the same person. Clemens (b. 1682) had a son Clemens (b. 1705), who was Hans Peter's brother. This would explain the two Clemens on the ship. According to the book, it is believed that Hans Peter's parents were on the ship even though they are not listed on the passenger list. All the info I have is second hand from people who quote the book as their source. Hope this helps in some way. Carol


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