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Re: Philip & Friederich Gabel Ger to PA 1739
Posted by: Jennifer Tanzos Date: April 30, 2001 at 12:18:51
In Reply to: Philip & Friederich Gabel Ger to PA 1739 by Michael D. Robinson of 411

Both these men ended up in Pennsylvania.
They initially settled in Montogomery Co., north of Philadelphia. Early records can be found in the Old Goshenhoppen Lutheran church records. I know Johan Philipp then moved further north into the Macungie region (west of Allentown). I am descended from Johan Philipp. Early information can be found in Annette Burgert's book from the Pennsylvania German Society, "Eighteenth Century Emigrants, The Western Palantine."

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