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Sigman passenger lists to PA 1700's
Posted by: David Sigmon (ID *****9671) Date: August 05, 2005 at 02:09:53
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Here are some Sigman's I have found on passenger lists to Pennsylvania
in the 1700's. I thought this might help us in sorting out our
immigrant ancestors.

Palatines imported in the Ship Lydia from Amsterdam, 1785
Transcriber Laura Freeman March 2003
[List 332] list of Names of the passengers on board the Brig Lydia,
Gardner Hammond, Commander, from Amsterdam. [October 29, 1785.]

No. 10
George Sigmann, his wife
Chartar Sigmann
Peter Sigmann (child)
Frederick Sigmann (child)
George Sigmann (child)
Catarina sigmann (child)

Palatine Ship Halifax 1754
Source: Strassburger & Hinke's Pennsylvania German Pioneers, 1934, by
the Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA. (pp652-655)
[List 227 B] List of Foreigners imported in the Ship Halifax, Capt.
Thomas Coatam, from Rotterdam. Qual. 22nd October, 1754. No. 106.

Jacob Sigman

Palatine Ship NORRIS 1732
The following immigrants were the survivors of the ship Love And
Unity, which landed at Martha's Vineyard, near Boston, after over one
hundred of it's one hundred and fifty passengers had died on board
The incident involving the ship LOVE AND UNITY took place in May 1731
when 34 survivors reached Philadelphia in May 1732 (oaths of
allegiance and abjuration signed 15 May), aboard the ship NORRIS, from
Boston, Thomas Lloyd, master

Source: Strassburger-Hinke, vol. 1, pp. 57-58; Frank Ried
Diffenderffer, _The German Immigration into Pennsylvania through the
Portof Philadelphia, 1700 to 1775, Part II. The Redemptioners_
(Lancaster, PA:the author, 1900), pp. 63-68

Thomas Loyd, Master, from Boston.May 15th, 1732.

Johann Michael Sigmund

Ship Norris, Thomas Loyd, Master, from Boston.
Johann Michael Sigmund
Philadelphia May 15th 1732.

Charming Nancy, from Rotterdam. November 9th 1738
[List 65 A] A List of Mens Names imported in the Charming Nancy,
Charles Stedman, Comr, from Rotterdam. November 9th 1738.

Johannes Sighman 40
Hans Georg Sighman 20
Johannes Sighman 18
Bernhard Sighman 16
Christophel Segman 25

Sworn Novemr 9th 1738, that the above list is all above the age of
fifteen Years to the best of my knowledge.
Charles Stedman.

David R. Sigmon

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