Experience's Children
You are currently anonymous Log In

Source Information

  • Source ID S2981 
    Text Hocker, Edward, German Settlers of Pa. & Adjacent Territory - From the Advertisements in German Newspapers Published in P
    a. and Germantown 1734-1800
    , Genelogical Publishing Co., In., 1988, page 189, transcribed by Judith Jasper, May 31, 1998, noted 12 September 2004.

    Feb. 28, 1792: George G. WOLLPPER, Pa. advertising that his German servant, Conrad ROTHHASZ, ran away. He is a butcher, 27 years old, born at Berg-op-Zabun, speaks French and English. William Vo
    n PHUL, of Pa., advertises that his German servant, Johann Christoph GEIL, ran away with ROTHHASZ, mentioned above; Geil is a cooper 26-27 years old, born at Nierstein, on the Rhine. 
    Linked to Johann Christof Geil 

  Copyright © 2001-2014 T. Anderson Painter. All Rights Reserved.
  This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2008.