Palatine Church Members Plaque

Palatine Church Members Plaque

The wording on the plaque is this:

KNOW O TRAVELER, within sight of this hill on October 6, 1710, led by The Rev. Joshua Kocherthal and The Rev. Johann Frederick Hager, there arrived on the east and west shores of Hudson's River nearly three hundred families of refugees of the Palatine region in Europe, who suffered many sorrows in the ravages of war, sickness, poverty and destitution, yet survived to settle these shores, sustained by their faith in the Lord and the sympathy of Queen Anne of England, whom they came to serve in the reduction of the pine forest for naval stores for Her Majesty's fleet. Do you wish to know more? Seek out their names on this tablet, on the pages of history their deeds.

 

The names of families in both West Camp and East Camp on the plaque are as follows:

WEST CAMP
(Elizabeth Town, George Town, New Town)

Arnold Bahrin Becker Bohler BrandauCaselman Conterman Dausneber Demuth Deubig Diebel Dietrich Eberhardt
Ehemann Ehlig Eikertin Emmerich EmrichinEyoney Falck Faulckenberg Fidler Franck Friderich Frolich Gerlach
Grauberger Hahn Hardel Hasseman Helmer Highrin Hofman Hummel Jungin Keiseler Keller Kerner Kieffer Kiel Klumm
Kocherthales Kramer Krantz Kuntz Lappin Lehr Manck Mann Marterstock Maurer Merckel Merdin Meyer Moor Muller
Mullerin Newkirch Oberbach Ohrendorff Pfuhl Proppert Reichardt Reuther Richard Richter Rigel Ritzbacus Roos Schaffer
Schaib Scherman Schlimer Schram Schutzin Spanhimer Stahl Straub Streithin Stubenrau Sweden Traberin Trombauer
Wagner Weiden Welhelmin Weller Werner Wohleben Woschel Wulffen

EAST CAMP
Hunterstown, Queensbury, Annsbury, Haysbury

Anspach Arendorff Barthel Bast Batzin Bauch Bell Bellinger Bender Berg Bergman Bernhardt Betzer Bierman Blass
Bonenstiehl Bonroth Borst Brack Briegel Bruchle Buck Burckardt Busch Clevenius Conrad Dachstatter Dahles
Dather Deuchert Dill Dillenbachin Dings Donsbach Dopff Dorn Dreschler Drumbaur Drumm Duntzer Eckardt
Englesbrucher Eschenreuter Ess Eswein Faeg Fahling Feller Fiero Finck Finckel Fischer Foltz Forsrter Fritz Fuchs Funck
Georg German Gettel Glump Goldman Haas Haber Hagedorn Hager Hambuch Hamer Hamin Hamm Harer Haupt Hayd
Heus Heuser Heyner Hirchemer Hoff Hoffman Honigen Huls Huppert Ichard Ittich Jager Jung Jungin Kamer Keller
Kessler Kiesler Klein Kneskern Kobel Koch Kopff Kradt  Kuhlmer Kuhlmann Kuhn Kuntz Kyser Langen Laucks Laux
Leyer Lincken Loscher Ludwig Maisnger Matheus Matthias Mauer Maul Mentgen Mertzin Michael Minckler Muller Musig
Musinger Nehr Nelles Netzbackes Petri Philips Pulver Rausch Reiffenberg Reinboldt Reisch Reisdorff Reitschuff Rohbach
Roschmann Ruffner Ruhl Schaff Schaffer Schaidt Schawerman Schenkel Scherb Schiffer Schmidt Schmidtin Schneider
Schnell Schuch Schultheis Schumacher Schunemann Schurtz Schwalb  Segendorff Sein Simendinger Simon Sittenich Six
Speichermann Spies Stahl Staringer Stayger Sternberger Stockelin Stoppelbein Strickhauser Stuber Theis Theil Thomas Uhl
Walborn Walrath Warno Weber Weiser Wennerich Werner Widerwachs Windecker Wies Winninger Winter Wittman
Wormbs Zehe Zeller Zerbe Zipperle Zufeld

Dedicated to the Memory of These Settlers
SAUGERTIES HISTORICAL SOCIETY
June 13, 1998

 

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