Category: Germanna, Virginia

Categories: Virginia Colony | Virginia | Virginia History

See also: Category: Germanna Colonies in Virginia

Germanna was a German settlement in the Colony of Virginia, settled in two waves, first in 1714 and then in 1717. Virginia Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood encouraged the immigration by advertising in Germany for miners to move to Virginia and establish a mining industry in the colony. More at Wikipedia-Germanna


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29 Apr 1683 Neuenburg, Baden, Germany - 18 Apr 1772
May 1664 Müsen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - bef 1746 photo
abt 1700 Bietigheim, Ludwigsburg, Württemberg, Germany
07 Apr 1687 Trupbach, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - abt 1760
1661 Seelbach, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - aft 1715
08 May 1692 Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - 03 Jul 1772 photo
08 Jul 1692 Müsen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - abt 1759 photo
bef 22 Mar 1674 Niederndorf, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - Jan 1731 photo
24 May 1691 Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - 1758
05 Nov 1699 Siegen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany
10 Oct 1674 Trupbach, Siegen, Westfalen, Prussia - 07 Aug 1729 photo
bef 11 Nov 1679 Oberschelden, Nassau-Siegen, Germany - abt 1728
abt 1680 Oberschelden, Germany
1712 - abt 1778




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