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Palatine Migration Research Resources
- German Palatines German Palatines are present on Wikipedia
- Names of Male Palatines above twenty-one years old in Livingston Manor, N. Y. in the Winter of 1710 and Summer 1711.
- Simmendinger's register found in Early eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Walter Knittle, 1937.
- Professor I. Daniel Rupp. 1898. A collection of upwards of Thirty-thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 – 1776.
- Baptismal Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Albany, 1683-1724, by Robert L. Billard. Some of these records predate the Palatine migration, but many Palatine families can be found here.
- Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. (Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke; Pennsylvania German Society, 1934; reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Baltimore, 1980.) Accessed on Ancestry.com.
- The Palatines, UELAC Research Paper, 2006.
- Palatines Arriving on Ships, RootsWeb.
- Jones, Henry Z. Jr. The Palatine Families of Ireland. Picton Press. 2nd edition, 1990.
- Jones, Jr., Henry Z., The Palatine Families of New York - 1710, Universal City, California, 1985. 2 volumes.
- Jones, Jr.,Henry Z., More Palatine Families, Picton Press, Rockport, Maine, 1991.
- Jones, Henry Z., Jr. and Lewis Bunker Rohrbach. Even More Palatine Families: 18th Century Immigrants to the American Colonies and Their German, Swiss, and Austrian Origins. 2002. 3 volumes.
- Jones Jr., Henry Z., and Burgert, Annette K., Westerwald to America; 1989.
- "Old Palatine Church", p 33; " Genealogy of the Mohawk Valley" Bellinger and Allied Families.
- "Compendium of The Early Mohawk Valley Families" by Maryly Penrose Naturalized citizen, 11 Oct 1715, in Albany, New York. " Simmendinger Register", by Ulrich Simmendinger,
- Philip Otterness, Becoming German: The 1709 Palatine Migration to New York, Cornell University Press, 2006;
- DNA Project: www.ftdna.com/public/palatinednaproject,
- Index to "The Palatine Immigrant": https://www.palam.org/pdf/10yrindex-2.pdf
- Palatine Roots by Gordon A. Rampy, 1988; This book is of particular value for the genealogist as it lists the surnames and family structure of the emigrants. The author has used the lists compiled by Janie Revill from the original colonial records to develop the family structure, and analyzed copies of the original land plats to locate many of the Palatine land grants geographically. Special emphasis is given to the origin of the Rampy/Rampey family.
- Emigration, Fraud, Humanitarianism and the Founding of Londonderry, South Carolina, 1763-1765 by Dr. Robert Selig; Dr. Selig has exhaustively researched and documented this fascinating article dealing in part with the subject of 18th century emigration in Europe, but more particularly, detailing the circumstances surrounding the sojourn of the Palatines in London in 1764. Biographical information concerning each of the relief committee members is included as well as numerous newspaper articles relating to the episode.
- Proceedings of the Committee Appointed for the Relief of the Poor Germans who were brought to London and there left destitute in the month of August 1764; This report of a committee of twenty-one gentlemen details the humanitarian efforts put forth for the benefit, relief and relocation to South Carolina of the approximately four hundred refugees left stranded in London by the recruiter, John Henry Christian de Stumpel.
- Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Defoe's Review. Reproduced from the original edition, with an introduction and bibliographical notes by Arthur Wellesley Secord. 9 vols. in 22 (Facsimile Text Soc., 44). New York, 1938-9.
- Dickinson, Harry Thomas. 'The poor Palatines and the parties'. English Historical Review, 82 (1967), 464-85.
- Statt, Daniel. Foreigners and Englishmen : the controversy over immigration and population, 1660-1760. Newark (DE): University of Delaware Press, 1995.
- Olson, Alison. "The English reception of the Huguenots, Palatines and Salzburgers, 1680-1734 : a comparative analysis" in Randolph Vigne & Charles Littleton, (eds.), From strangers to citizens : the integration of immigrant communities in Britain, Ireland and colonial America, 1550-1750 (Brighton and Portland (OR): The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland and Sussex Academic Press, 2001).
- Conrad Richter "The Free Man". Fictional account of a Palatine who emigrated to the US in the early 1700s and lived through the Revolutionary War. http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015059771025
- O'Reilly, William. "Strangers Come to Devour the Land: Changing Views of Foreign Migrants in Early Eighteenth-Century England," Journal of Early Modern History (2016), 1-35.
- Seymour Smith Academy and Pine Plains Union Free School usgennet.org., Taken from the book "History of Little Nine Partners" of North East Precinct, and Pine Plains, New York, Duchess County. By Isaac Huntting, Pine Plains, N.Y. Copyright 1897, By Isaac Huntting. Vol. 1. Amenia, New York: Chas. Walsh & Co., Printers. 1897.
- madisoncountynewyork.com, Town of Lincoln Madison County State of New York Births, deaths and marriages in the Town of Lincoln since the formation of the Town in March 1896 to and including 1946. From the papers of William H. Tuttle.
- Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration by Walter Allen Knittle, Ph.D., Department of History, College of the City of New York, Published Philadelphia, 1937. Can also be found on Archive.org.
- Bielinski, Stefan. "Robert Livingston", New York State Museum.
- Palatine Roots: The 1710 German Settlement in New York As Experienced by Johann Peter Wagner by Nancy Wagoner Dixon (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1994).
- "The Palatine, or, German immigration to New York and Pennsylvania : a paper read before the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society", by Sanford H. Cobb.
- Listings for Palatines at Hathi Trust.
- The Book of Names, Especially Relating to the Early Palatines and the First …”, by Lou D. MacWethy
- Some Hints for Researching German Palatines, by Katherine Parker
- Lists of Germans from the Palatinate Who Came to England in 1709 (most of whom continued on to America) by John Tribbeko & George Ruperti (Baltimore: Clearfield Co., 1998).
- The Schneider Family of Nöttingen Germany, 1650-1744, And the Snider Family in the Colony and State of South Carolina From 1745 to 1900, by Dewey Gene Snyder, 2016.
- St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Saugerties, New York List of Families from East and West Camp
- Baptisms at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West Camp, NY
- Bender Ancestors, archive.org. Primarily focused on the Bender/Binder family, but with lots of source references.
- First Families of Pennsylvania—Approved Ancestors - This list includes many Palatines although not everyone on the list is a Palatine.
- The Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland has published a number of relevant articles, now compiled online at http://loyolanotredamelib.org/php/report05/report06.htm
- Coons, William S. Koon and Coons families of eastern New York. Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing Co. 1937.
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