Categories: Palatine Migrants.
||Johann Georg Schleicher was a Palatine Migrant.|
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Johann Georg Schleicher was born June 23, 1702 in Steinheim, Jagstkreis, Wuerttemberg, Germany. His parents were Georg Caspar Schleicher and Anna Hershin. He emigrated in 1737. He married Maria Elizabeth Rausch and settled first in Lancaster, County, Pennsylvania and later in York, County.
They had two children. Their son, John Schleiffer (1740-1818) married Catrina. They had six children and settled in Washington, County, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived in Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio, Missouri and elsewhere., 
Note: N2Immigrated in 1737 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania aboard the 'Billender Townshead' from Amsterdam, Holland to Cowes, then to Philadelphia, arriving on October 5, 1737. Name appears as 'John Slyger' in the list of foreigners swearing allegiance to the province of Pennsylvania. Sailed with a party of 231 passengers, a colony of German Immigrants. Thomas Townsend was the master of the ship. Name changed to Slyger when he took the Oath. Christened: 23 June, 1702 in Wurttemberg, Steinheim Germany Was affiliated with the First Reformed Church while living in Lancaster County, PA. Later, moving to York County, PA, they were associated with the Christ Lutheran Church.
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