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Spindler - Europe to America
Posted by: Michael Date: June 29, 1998 at 21:03:48
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I have posted (web) my genealogy database including ancestry of my Gr-Grandmother von Spindler and 200 Spindler surnames, two of which are known to have emigrated to USA.
One Johann Philipp David Spindler, in "Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania List of Foreigners imported in the Ship Edinbergh, James russell, Master. Qualified Sep 16, 1751"

and, Johann Lorentz Spindler, in LANCASTER CO, PA NEWSPAPER ARTICLE SAUER'S NEWSPAPER
In "German Settlers to Pennsylvania", Hocker, is found the following: Pg. 45 - December 16, 1754, 'Sower's Newspaper', "Lorentz Spindler, tailor, Lancaster County, near Hantz Ulrich Huber and Jacob Huber, seeks his brother, Philip David Spindler, who arrived in this country in 1752. He is a sievemaker from Halle."

These two brothers, having landed in about 1752, may be ancestors of later Spindler lines in VA, PA, OH.

My Spindler line back to 1470 may have other descendants who emigrated to USA, but are unknown at this time. Go to URL: http://www.openix.com/~cotton/gen/surnames.html



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