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Re: Peter Finger (c1724-1792) of North Carolina
Posted by: Wade Finger (ID *****4776) Date: August 28, 2003 at 08:21:09
In Reply to: Re: Peter Finger (c1724-1792) of North Carolina by Richard W. Davis of 272

I was in the library researching the other day and found in a book called "Palatine Mennonite Census Lists, 1664-1793" by Herman Guth the following Fingers:

1685 - Johannes living in Osthofen

1724 - Daniel living in Wachenheim. "Daniel Finger has rented a badly working mill from Kolb. Most of the time, it is lacking sufficient water."

1738 - Daniel living in Wachenheim.

1738 - Johannes living in Walsheim.

1743 - Johannes living in Wachenheim with 1 woman & 1 son.

1753 - Johannes living in Wachenheim. "Johannes Finger, hereditary tenant for Count Wartenberg on the independent noble mill which he took over from his father in 1742, wife, 1 son, and 3 daughters. 5 persons.

1759 - Johannes living in Wachenheim with wife and daughter.



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