||Anna Barbara Catherine (Arnholdin) Matter was a part of William Penn's Pennsylvania Settlers community.|
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||Anna Barbara Catherine (Arnholdin) Matter was a Palatine Migrant.|
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On 3 Jan 2018 at 18:20 GMT John Kingman wrote:
Please see this G2G article on DNA confirmation for more information and guidance on proper documentation.
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On 14 Dec 2017 at 22:45 GMT John Kingman wrote:
On 8 Jul 2017 at 12:48 GMT George Stradtman Jr. wrote:
This has Barbara Arnold arriving in Pennsylvania in 1754, with her sister Anna Catharina. The "primary immigrant" is listed as Maria Arnold (their mother?).
The various compiled genealogies, which have Johann Nicolaus & Anna Maria (nee Spatz) as parents to Anna Barbara, indicate that Anna Maria died in 1746. I found a record through FamilySearch.org, which shows Anna Maria's death on 23 Dec 1746.
All of this raises further questions. Clearly Anna Maria (nee Spatz) Arnold, who lived from 1686 until 1746, is not the mother of the two immigrant women. Is the "primary immigrant" Maria, on the 1754 record, the mother of Anna Catharina and Barbara?
On 7 Jul 2017 at 14:26 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:
(1) The parents. They both have male names, and the both were 50 years or older when she was born (OK for a father, but very unlikely for a mother).
(2) The project designation. If she was born in Germany in 1738 and emigrated to Pennsylvania, I don't see how she could be part of the William Penn project, since the temporal scope of that project ends before 1700. She would have arrived in Philadelphia on an immigration ship, probably in the 1740s (normally this would be with parents) or 1750s. That places her squarely in the scope of the Palatine Migration, so I added that template.
On 15 Aug 2016 at 22:41 GMT Paula J wrote:
Thank you for your interest in this profile and the William Penn and Early Pennsylvania Settlers project!!
Paula, WikiTree Leader
On 25 Sep 2014 at 14:48 GMT George Stradtman Jr. wrote:
On 25 Sep 2014 at 14:45 GMT George Stradtman Jr. wrote:
On 22 Sep 2014 at 17:50 GMT Jacqueline Clark wrote:
but I am unsure what the last name should be... Jacky
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