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Johann Philip Kloninger

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Johann Philip Kloninger
Born in Ellweiler, Palatinate, Germany
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Nohfelden Lutheran Church, Saarland, Germany
Died after in Denver, Lincoln Co., NC
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This person was created through the import of Cloninger.ged on 27 September 2010. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.


Note: Arrived Philadelphia, PA from Germany aboard "Two Brothers" on October13, 1747 with wife, Maria, and two sons.
Immigrant's surname: KLONINGER
Immigrant's given name(s): Johann Philippus
Ship name: Two Brothers
U.S. arrival date: 13 Oct 1747
Port: Philadelphia, PA
Place of origin: Germany
Source: "Pennsylania German Pioneers" book byStraussburger
Spelling of name changed to CLONINGER after arrival in US.
Submitted by: David R. Cloninger
Email address:
Address: 305 Yumas Dr.
Titusville, Fl 32796


Source: #S1
Record ID Number: 1
Date: 11 MAR 2001

While processing relationships in the gedcom some additional information was found which may be relevant.

@F12@ FAM
Husband: @I17@
Wife: @I18@
Child: @I40@
Child: @I15@
Child: @I39@
Child: @I34@
Child: @I37@
Child: @I35@
Child: @I36@
Child: @I38@
Date: 23 MAY 1747
Place: Nohfelden Lutheran Church, Saarland, Germany
Source: #S1
Record ID Number: 1
Date: 11 MAR 2001
@F13@ FAM
Husband: @I19@
Wife: @I33@
Child: @I17@
Date: Abt 1700
Place: Ellweiler, Germany
Source: #S1
Record ID Number: 1
Date: 11 MAR 2001


Source S1
Type: Electronic File
Title: GEDCOM File : Cloninger.ged
Author: Phyllis Jean Kinzalow
Abbreviation: Phyllis Jean Kinzalow
Abbreviation: GEDCOM File : Cloninger.ged
Note: 55 N. Marjorie Court
Merritt Island, FL 32952
Master Listing Source: Y

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