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C.I. Lindenmuth's list of Tulpehocken Pioneer Homesteads

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Date: 1728 to 1735
Location: Tulpehocken Valley, Pennsylvaniamap
Surnames/tags: Palatine_Migration Tulpehocken
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This is a collection point for Wikitree profiles that represent the names on the Lindenmuth's Map of Palatines who were early settlers of the Tulpehocken Creek Valley in Pennsylvania.[1]

The "Lindenmuth Map" was created ca 1904 purporting to be a list of the first Tulpehocken land owners in 1723. Since its publication in Morton L. Montgomery's Biographical and Historical Annals of Berks Co, PA (pub. 1909) and in the PA German Magazine-Oct 1904, others have noted that the 1723 date is incorrect and that it should refer to settlers after the year 1728. Many on the map weren't even in PA until 1733.

The map link above points to a copy of the map on Wikitree, onto which the original names on the map have been transcribed (and more fully identified) by Wikitree genealogist Sara Patton. Many--but not all--of these pioneers migrated from Schoharie New York between 1723 and 1733. Some of names on the list immigrated via Philadelphia (~1725-1733). The original published list has a date of 1723; however some of the names on the list have been documented from ships' records to only have arrived later. I don't think anybody on the list arrived after 1735, so I have set the profile range for people arriving between 1723 and 1735.

I have added the name and profiles of wives, if known. Many of their family names are the same as other settlers on the list, emphasizing the many inter-relationships among the early Tulpehocken settlers. If additional profiles are found/created and have sources, please connect their profiles to their names.

Sources

  1. The original list was published in the Pennsylvania German, Vol 4, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, pp. 190-192 (1904). It was re-published in the Blue Book of Schuylkill County, by Ella Zerbey Elliot. Press of Pottsville, 1916, pp 36-37.
  2. including George Zeh, Andrew Kapp, Jacob Loengut (Livengood), John Noecke, Jacob Werner, Henry Six, Conrad Scharf, and George Schmidt. Citing Historical Papers and Addresses of Lebanon County Historical Society, Vol. 23, 1905-1906, p.63.
  3. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 4 and p. 1131
  4. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 1086
  5. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 240
  6. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 294
  7. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 522
  8. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 1023
  9. HZ Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, p. 1087




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George Peter Zerbe's father, Johann Martin Zerbe, died in 1739 in Tulpehocken, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Date of immigration: prior to 1712. Source: Ancestral File, Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah
Arrived in New York in June or July 1710, according to Johann Martin's profile. This family is well documented in the 1709 London Departure Lists.
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