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Schäublin and Thommen emigrants from Canton of Basel, Switzerland

George W. Andrews
Andrews, George W. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Akron, Pennsylvania : G.W. Andrews, 1996
47 p. : ill., maps.

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Bibliography: p. 32-33.

Christian Schäublin (ca. 1684-1752) was married to Barbara Spitler in 1708 in Oberdorf, Switzerland. He died in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Jacob Thommen (1697-1745) was born in Zeglingen, Switzerland and married Barbara Bähr. He died in Lancaster County also. Durs Thommen (1679-1749) was born in Niederdorf, Switzerland and married in 1701 Margareth Rickenbacher. He probably died at Ephrata, Pennsylvania. Daniel Schäublin (1709-1763) married Margareth Spitler in Waldenburg in 1729. He died in Frederick County, Virginia. He immigrated with his brother Jacob. Descendants of these families lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and elsewhere. Many Schäublin families changed their surname to "Shively".

Contents: Part 1. Christian Schäublin from Oberdorf, 1736 -- pt. 2. Jacob Thommen from Zeglingen, 1736 -- pt. 3. Durs Thommen from Niderdorf, 1736 -- pt. 4. Jacob and Daniel Schäublin from Waldenburg, 1749.

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