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London Merchant, Arrived 17 February 1736

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The 57 Passengers of the London Merchant

History

The 57 individuals listed below made up the third out of four Transport Ships of the "Salzburgers". Captain John Thomas

These settlers left Salzburg, for others regions of Europe, to escape religious persecution in their native country of Salzburg, presently known as Austria.before they traveled to Savannah in the Province of Georgia. It was a two month trip across the Atlantic Ocean.


  1. Arnsdorff, Andreas Lorentz b. 1677 d. 1737 Palentine
  2. Arnsdorff, Catharina Dorothea (wife)
  3. Josef Leitner (married) m. 1741
  4. Arnsdorff, Peter (child)
  5. Arnsdorff, Sophia (child)
  6. Arnsdorff, Magdalena (child)
  7. Georg SanftlebenSanftleben, George (married) m. 1740
  8. Arnsdorff, (Maria) Margaretha (child) b. 1727
  9. Arnsdorff, (Catharina) Dorothea (child) b. 1730
  10. Bauer, Andreas b. 1715 d. 1736 Austrian
  11. Cornberger, Johann d. 1770 Salz
  12. Einecker, b. 1704
  13. Leonhard Krause (married) m. 1736
  14. Einecker, Gertraud b. 1708 Salz
  15. Johann Cornberger (married) m. 1736
  16. Ernst, Josef b. 1708 d. 1741 Bavarian
  17. Ernst, (Anna) Maria (wife)
  18. J Scheffler (married) m. 1742
  19. Ernst, Sabina b. 1733
  20. Ernst, Susanna (Catharina) b. 1735
  21. Flerl, Carl b. 1705 d. 1764
  22. Flerl, Johann b. 1712 d. 1770
  23. Flerl, Anna Maria Holflinger (wife) b. 1639 d. 1774
  24. Grimmiger, Andreas b. 1708 Austrian
  25. Grimmiger, Sabina (wife) m. 1736 Austrian
  26. Haberfehner, Frantz b. 1686 d. 1736 Austrian
  27. Haberfehner, Maria (wife) b. 1694 d. 1736 Austrian
  28. Haberfehner, Maria (child) d. 1736 Austrian
  29. Haberfehner, Susanna (child) b. 1722 d. 1740 Austrian
  30. Haberfehner, Magdalena (child) b. 1724 d. 1740 Austrian
  31. Herrnberger, Frantz Sigmund b. 1698
  32. Holtzer, Susanna b. 1689 d. 1737
  33. Holtzer, Catharina b. 1724 d. 1751
  34. Hopflinger, (Anna) Maria b. 1715
  35. Hopflinger, Hans Flerl (married) m. 1736
  36. Krause, Leonhard b. 1715 d. 1762
  37. Lackner, Martin b. 1707
  38. Leitner, Josef b. 1712 d. 1767
  39. Maurer, Barbara b. 1712 From Salz
  40. Muller, Friedrich Wilhelm d. by 1751
  41. Muller, Anna Christina (wife) from Franconian
  42. Muller, (Johann) Simon (child) b. 1719 d. 1737 from Franconian
  43. Muller, (Johann) Paul (child) b. 1721 d. 1775 from Franconian
  44. Muller, (Johanna) Margaretha (child) b. 1724 d. by 1773 from Franconian
  45. Muller, (Agatha) Elisabetha (child) b. 1726 from Franconian
  46. Muller, (Anna) Maria Magdalena (child) b. 1773 from Franconian
  47. Ossenecker, Thomas b. 1711 d. 1736 From Salz
  48. Pletter, Johann b. 1715 d. by 1755
  49. Reiter, Peter b. 1715 d. by 1755
  50. Reiser, (Johann) Michael b. 1704 d. 1748 From Salz
  51. Reiser, Anna Maria (wife) b. 1700 d. 1737 From Salz
  52. Reiser, Gottlieb (child) b. 1735 From Salz
  53. Schmidt, Johann b. 1708 d. 1767
  54. Schmidt, Catharina Zehetner (wife) b. 1705 From Austria
  55. Schmidt, (Johann) Jacob (child) b. 1733 d. 1736 From Austria
  56. Spielbiegler, Rosina b. 1685 d. 1740
  57. Spielbiegler, Johann (child)

Passenger Notes

Please look at the Source Link listed below for details about these passenger notes!
12 - The surname could be Einecker or Einegger. There was no given name listed.
14 - The surname could be Einecker or Einegger.
21 - The surname could be Flerl or Florl.
24 - Departed for PA by 1752.
31 - Departed for PA 1740.
40 - Watchmaker, master carpenter, cabinet maker, cast zinc spoons, made things from bones and iron for Ebenezer, but not a Salzburger.
40-#46 - The surname could be Mueller or Miller.
47 - The surname could be Ossenecker or Ossenegger.
49 - The surname could be Reiter or Reuter.
57 - Departed from Charleston 1740.

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The four ships in this collection were early settlers of Ebenezer, the Salzburger settlement. The Wrightsborough (Quaker) settlement was not yet in existence, and its location was still part of the Creek lands. Salzburg was/is a city and region of Austria, and not the same as the country. The Salzburger refugees had taken shelter in various parts of Germany and in London before the GA Colony was organized, so they began their journey from those locations (not from Salzburg).
posted by H. Hall
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My wording was a bit off but had the same sentiment in mind as your message. I had already listed that it was one of four ships (in blue) but I reworded the paragraph a bit to be more consise.

Thanks for reaching out!

posted by Sandy (Craig) Patak