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Re: The missing sisters-->Canada?
Posted by: Phil Knoll (ID *****1201) Date: September 07, 2004 at 18:31:44
In Reply to: Re: The missing sisters-->Canada? by Jason Holmes of 159

Hi Jason--John Learn Sr. is my4thggrandfather. You say that you might have some clues behind him. I have some clues also. I suspect that he is Johan Georg Lohnert on the ship HARLE arriving 1 Sep 1736 at Philadelphia. Some say he is John Martinus Learn but I am not sure about that data. What do you think? I have a ton of Learn data and would be happy to share with you. I think Johan came from the lower Rhine Valley. In the Learn family tradition it says John Sr. was an aged man at the time of the massacre. That is why I wonder about the John Martinus Learn born 1719 data. That would only make him 62 years old. Let me know what you think. I am on staff at the Orange Family History Library here in my home town. Back in the 1980's I found the ship Harle record in the book Pennsylvani German Pioneers by Straussburger and Hincke. Later--a Learn cousin.----Phil (Philip Learn Knoll) pknoll1@earthlink.net


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