pre-1700: death source for Catharina Thomas Brunner?

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Catharina Thomas-1946 was born about 1678 in Schifferstadt (Germany) and married Joseph Brunner. Some trees give Catharina's death date as 17 February 1723, a couple days after the birth of her youngest child; others say that she emigrated to America with her husband and children on the ship Allen in 1729. Does anyone have sources showing whether she did live to emigrate with her family?

If she lived to emigrate and arrived in Maryland with her family, she'd be covered by the U.S. Southern Colonies project; I'm not sure whether she'd fall under that project if she died before emigration.
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Name Catharina Elisabetha Brunner
Arrival Year 1729
Arrival Place Pennsylvania
Source Publication Code 1033.7
Primary Immigrant Brunner, Catharina Elisabetha
Annotation Date and port of arrival. Name of ship, place of origin, and citation to original record may also be provided. Spouse and children, mentioned prior to emigration, were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. Much genealogical and historical data is also provided.
Source Bibliography BURGERT, ANNETTE KUNSELMAN. Palatine Origins of Some Pennsylvania Pioneers. Myerstown, PA: AKB Publications, 2000. 574p.
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Name Joseph Brunner
Arrival Year 1729
Arrival Place Pennsylvania
Source Publication Code 1330.1
Primary Immigrant Brunner, Joseph
Annotation Date of arrival or date of oath of allegiance and port of arrival. Name of ship and other historical information may also be provided.
Source Bibliography COUSINS, ELIZABETH. Immigrants Into Pennsylvania, September 1727-September 1732. np: Pathfinders, nd. 51p.
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by Eddie King G2G6 Pilot (599k points)
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Name Joseph Brunner
Arrival Year 1729
Arrival Place Pennsylvania
Family Members Wife Catharina Elisabetha Thomas; Child Maria Catharina; Child Elias; Child Johann Valentin
Source Publication Code 1033.7
Primary Immigrant Brunner, Joseph
Annotation Date and port of arrival. Name of ship, place of origin, and citation to original record may also be provided. Spouse and children, mentioned prior to emigration, were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. Much genealogical and historical data is also provided.
Source Bibliography BURGERT, ANNETTE KUNSELMAN. Palatine Origins of Some Pennsylvania Pioneers. Myerstown, PA: AKB Publications, 2000. 574p.
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by Eddie King G2G6 Pilot (599k points)
Hmm, so she might have been on the list, but that "assumed by indexers" gives me pause. But since three children are listed and not all the ones that eventually came to Maryland, that's promising.
These are abstracts . Ya gotta pack your lunchbox and soda pop and bus on down to the library . And take a nice bag of peppermints for the library ladies. That's what I do !

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