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An American Family History

1730 Naturalization

   
Montgomery County, in southeast Pennsylvania was created on September 10, 1784, out of land that was originally part of Philadelphia County.

Pennsylvania is one of the 13 original states and was originally founded in 1681 as a result of a royal land grant to William Penn, the son of the state's namesake.

1730 An Act for the better enabling divers Inhabitants of the Province of Pennsylvania, to hold Lands; and to invest the with privileges of Natural born Subjects of the said Province-Berks and Montgomery Counties

Autis, Henry
Balio, Peter
Bartolett, Jean
Bechtley [Bechtel], George
Bechtley [Bechtel], Hans Jacob
Belitz, Lorence [Lorentz]
Bentzel, Johannes
Bowman (Bauman), Christian
Bowman (Bauman), John (Johan)
Buckwalter (Buchwalter), Johannes
Clements, Gerhard
Datweiler [Danweiler], Hans
Eckstein, Johannes
End, Johannes Dewalt
Endreas, Peter
Fried, Johannes
Fried, Paul
Funk, Christopher
Gemelin, Mathias
Gerich, Hans Martin
Gouldin [Guldin], Christopher
Gouldin [Guldin], Samuel
Hansucker, Valentine
Herbein, Jonathan
Herman, Jacob
Hilman [Halman], Antonias
Hoch, Jacob
Hoch, Melchor [Melchior]
Hoch, Samuel
Hock, Hans
Hogermoed, Mathias Adam
Hollenbach, George
Hottlestein [Hottenstein], Jacob
Huffnagle, Arnold
Hunsicker, Valentine
Jager [Jaeger], George
Joder, Joest (Jost)
Joder, John (Johann)
Joder, John, Jr.
Kassel [Cassell], Hubbard [Hubbert]
Kauffman, David
Keilwein (Kielwein), Philip
Klein, John Isaac
Kolb, Dielman
Kolb, Jacob
Kolb, Martin
Koocker [Kooken], Johannes
Kressman, Johan Nicholas
Kriener, John Dietrick [Dietrich]
Kuster, Hermanus
Langenecker, Daniel
Langenecker, Johannes
Lefeber [LeFevre], Johannes
Lescher, Nicholas
Levand (Levan), Abraham
Levand (Levan), Isaac
Mackinet, Blassius Daniel
Marckl [Merkle], George
Martin, Hans
Mathias, Adam H.
Mayer, Johannes
Mayer, Ulrich
Metz, Jacob
Pennebecker, Henry
Peters, Gerhard
Reif,, Peter
Reif, Conrad
Reif, Jacob
Reif, John [Johann] George
Reif, John George, Jr.
Rup [Rupp], Hans
Scheat [Schaut], Henry [Heinrich]
Scheimer , Jacob
Scheukel [Schenckel], George Martin
Schrack [Scharch], John Jacob
Schrack [Scharch], John Joseph
Schwartz [Schwaark], Abraham
Shrack, Philip
Sigfried [Siegfried], Hans
Smit [Schmidt], Bastian
Snyder [Schneider], John [Johann]
Trexler [Traler], Peter
Van [Vansintern], Isaac
Wentz, Peter
Zaatzmentzhousen [Sassamanhaussen], Joesh Hendrick
Zeigel [Ziegler], Michael
Zimmerman, Christopher


Berks County, Pennsylvania was formed on March 11, 1752 from parts of Chester County, Lancaster County, and Philadelphia County. Northwestern parts of the county became Northumberland County in 1772 and Schuylkill County in 1811.
 

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