Froelich-11 Assistance with sources and general questions...

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This is my ancestor and he was recently merged, which is good.  Now the profile needs a bit of cleaning and sourcing.   So I went to the sources I had and thought I would comment them in and try to find the others.

What are the "Hunter Lists"?    There is so much information here that seems to have no sources whatsoever except other trees?   As far as I can tell other than the Hunter Lists, the only other actual source is Henry Jones's book?  

And it is my understanding that I can not myself edit this profile unless I join the project?
WikiTree profile: Stephan Frölich
in Genealogy Help by Wendy Fromme G2G6 Mach 2 (24.3k points)
It is advised that you hold off on editing a PPP (project protected profile) until consulting the project.  This profile is not PPP and can be edited by anyone, that's what collaboration is all about.  In most cases, a profile is only PPP if there is some sort of issue like erroneous parents that people keep attaching, removing, attaching, removing...

That being said, it is only polite to notify the existing profile managers of any changes you are making.  This can be done by sending a PM, leaving a message on the profile page, or filling out the little box explaining your changes.  Sometimes I leave the changes I want to make, with the source, as a message on the profile.

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Name: Stephan Frolich
Arrival Year: 1710
Arrival Place: New York, New York
Primary Immigrant: Frolich, Stephan
Family Members: With family of 4
Source Publication Code: 5012.75
Annotation: Date and place of baptism, date and place of arrival, date and place of mention, place of origin. Age and family information also provided. Original records located in state of New York archives.
Source Bibliography: MACWETHY, LOU D. The Book of Names: Especially Relating to The Early Palatines And the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. St. Johnsville, New York: Lou D. MacWethy, 1933. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1969, 1981, 1985. Reprinted for C
Household Members:
Name Relation

Source Citation

Place: New York, New York; Year: 1710; Page Number: 124

Source Information

 Filby, P. William, ed. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2012.

by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
selected by Susan Laursen
Yes, I have tracked down that source.  Lou Macwethy was apparently using a document called Simmerdingers Register.   From what Walter Knittle says in his book, Simmerdinger was a German immigrant that returned to Germany and published his account of the emigration and a list of the people who emigrated, their names, where they were from, their families, and where they settled.  That pamphlet was translated by Rev. Herman Vesper and published by Lou Macwethy.   But his book is still copyright protected so I can't find it online : )

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