||Mary (Sieber) Yager resided in the Southern Colonies in North America before 1776.|
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Nicholas and Anna Maria (Mary) (Sieber) Yeager arrived in Virginia on the ship Scott in 1717, two of their children were with them, Adam and Anna Maria Yager.
These are the children they had while in Germany but only Adam and Anna Maria actually came to the colonies. All of the others had passed away Maria Barbara Jäger, b. 19 May 1707, Adam Yager, b. 30 Sep 1708, Maria Gertraud Jäger, b. 18 Mar 1711, Anna Maria Jäger, b. 15 Nov 1714, and Anna Margaretha Jäger, b. 14 Apr 1716,
The passengers of the Scott thought they were going to Pennslyvania but they ended up in Virginia working as indentured servants ,normally it is for a period of seven years, but there is talk that Nicholas's might have ended early.
717 Colony from the Kraichgau and the Palatinate http://germanna.org/things-to-do/research-your-germanna-roots/
Germanna By John W. Wayland Page 12 The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia By John Walter Wayland
I am because they were By Harlan Yager Smith
"Following John" by Elizabeth Yates Johnson Born 25th of Nov 1750 Culpepper Co VA and his extended family
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