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Unspecified, Arrived November 1752

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Location: Ebenezer, Georgiamap
Surnames/tags: Salzburger Province of Georgia
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There appears to be TWO Transport Ships with no name and the same arrival of November 1752. The other is: Unspecified November 1752a.

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The Passengers of the Unspecified Ship


The individuals listed below made up the 3rd Swabian Transport Ship of the "Salzburgers". Captain Brown

These settlers left Europe bound for Savannah and then the Ebenezer Settlement in the Province of Georgia. It was a two month trip across the Atlantic Ocean to escape religious persecution in their native country of Salzburg, presently known as Austria.

  1. Daumer, Michel from Langensee
  2. Eberhard, Johann grant 1752
  3. Eckhart, Martin from Nerenstetten, serv. to Daumer
  4. Eckhart, Ursula
  5. Ehrhard, Johann from Altheim
  6. Fischer, George from Langenau
  7. Fischer, Anna Catharina wife b. 1728
  8. Fischer, Michael grant 1752
  9. Fischer, Nikolaus grant 1752
  10. Frey, Abraham from Bermeringen
  11. Greiner, Barbara from Altheim (Groner being an alternative spelling)
  12. Gross, Michael from Leutzhausen, grant 1752
  13. Hagemeyer, Juliana from Blaubeyern, grant 1752
  14. Hagemeyer, Euphrosyna child d. 1753
  15. Hasenlauer, Sebastian from Langenau
  16. Hirschmann, (Johann) Caspar II grant Halifax 1752
  17. Hirschmann (Johann) Caspar II child,grant Halifax 1752
  18. Hirschmann, Barbara child
  19. Lange, Georg grant 1752
  20. Lange, Gottlieb grant 1752
  21. Lange, Johann I grant Briar Creek 1752
  22. Lange, Johann II child
  23. Lohrmann, Johann from Ulm
  24. Mack, Bartholomaus b. 1730
  25. Mack, Maria wife
  26. Mack, Thomas grant Bethany 1759
  27. Mack, Wolfgang from Langenau ALSO Listed on the Antelope Sailing - DO NOT DUPLICATE, SAME PERSON
  28. Neibling, Bartholomaus from Langenau (Niebling and Nubling being alternative spellings)
  29. Niess, (Johann) Georg grant Bethany 1753, serv. to Boltzius
  30. Niess, (Johann) Leonhard grant 1752
  31. Niess, Margaretha b. 1707
  32. Niess, Martin grant 1752
  33. Pfluger, Johann I grant 1752, from Langenau
  34. Piltz, Sigismund grant 1754
  35. Piltz, Anna wife
  36. Rabenhorst, Christian b. 1728 from Poggenkop in Hinterpommern
  37. Rau, Anna Catharina b. 1697 grant 1752
  38. Rau, Barbara child m. Hans Pfluger
  39. Rau, (Johann) Georg child from Leipheim, grant 1752
  40. Salfner, Matthias I from Moergelstetten grant 1752
  41. Salfner, Agatha wife b. 1712
  42. Salfner, Matthias II child b. 1737
  43. Salfner, (Georg) Leonhard child b. 1739 grant 1752
  44. Salfner, Anna Margaretha child b. 1740
  45. Salfner, Jacob child b. 1745
  46. Salfner, (Johann) Adam grant 1752
  47. Salfner, Michael grant 1759
  48. Schneider, Andreas from Freudenberg, grant BlackCreek 1752
Not clear if the following came on this Transport. They may have arrived and settled in Purrysburg, SC (across the the Savannah River from Ebenezer) before this date. They were:
  1. Greiner, Johann Caspar I (came on 3rd Swabian Transport and settled in Purysburg, SC.) ALSO Listed on the Unspecified, Arrived November 1752a- DO NOT DUPLICATE, SAME PERSON
  2. Greiner, Johann Caspar II child
  3. Greiner, (Johann) Martin I
  4. Greiner, (Johann) Martin II child
  5. Greiner, Maria Magdalena m. Michael Weber 1754

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