(Various spellings)
Researched by Ed Haynor, Newaygo, MI

      
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SurnameFirst NameShipYear to AmericaDocumentation/Additional Information
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HanerPee1653Arrival Place: Virginia. Includes 25,000 names from records of the Virginia State Land Office. Excerpts of the Irish names from the Greer list were published in no. 6258, O’Brien, Early Immigrants to Virginia, from Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666. Richmond [Va.]: W.C. Hill Printing Co., 1912, 376p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1978. Repr. 1982, by George Cabell Greer.Note: The given name of Pee can refer to the first names of Peter, Petrus in English, German, Dutch; or Agapito in Spanish, Italian.
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Haner; HaverJohn1655Arrival Place: Virginia. Record of 20,000 very early immigrants, with much relevant information. Taken from Patent Books 1 through 5. Title page states, “In 5 volumes,” but up to 1979 only three had appeared. See nos. 6221 and 6223 for second and third volumes, published in 1977, from Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond [VA]: Dietz Printing Co., 1934. 767p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1983, by Nell Marion Nugent.Note: An electronic search of this publication shows on page 321, under the title of this page “Patent Book No. 4,” saying “JOHN NICHOLLS, 400 acs. Northampton Co., 2 Oct. 1655, p. 1, (1). On the N. side of the maine S. branch of Anancocke, Sly. on a small branch called Ekeks (?) parting it from land of William Mellinge. Trans, of 8 pers: Wm. Kendall, Mary Crumwell, John Haner (or Haver), Richd. Johnson, Tho. Sledwell, James Lyna, Wm. Stan ton, Rob. (?) Stanton.” Whether this John was a Haner or Haver is unknown.
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HaynorWilliam1660William Haynor, located in 1660, possibly first to Virginia, then later found in Salem, MA; birthplace believed the British Isles; age unknown. This William Haynor was found in five publications. These publications are listed, along with more details on William, at the end of this table. 
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HannorWilliam1679This listing found in Barbados Lists Of Property Owners, Militia et al., in the record set Britain, Early Emigration To Barbados, 1678-1680. Barbados was first occupied by the British in 1627 and remained a British colony until internal autonomy was granted in 1961. The island gained full independence in 1966 and maintains ties to the British monarch, represented in Barbados by the governor general. It is a member of the Commonwealth.
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HeanerRobtt1680This listing found in a census report in the parish in St. Michael, Barbados, found in Barbados Lists Of Property Owners, Militia et al., in the record set Britain, Early Emigration To Barbados, 1678-1680. Barbados was first occupied by the British in 1627 and remained a British colony until internal autonomy was granted in 1961. The island gained full independence in 1966 and maintains ties to the British monarch, represented in Barbados by the governor general. It is a member of the Commonwealth.
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HainerJohn1685In the Immigrant Servants Database at: http://www.pricegen.com/immigrantservants/servant/show.php?servant=10691 is a John Hainer, an indentured servant in the year 1685. This was probably the year he emigrated to America, from where is unknown, although it was probably the British Isles. John was listed as an orphan, born or christened about 1672. The place of indenture was Accomack Colony, Virginia. Original source citation:  Accomack County, Virginia Court Order Abstracts, 1682-1690, Vol. 7, by JoAnn Riley McKey (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 1998), 113, quoting Accomack County, Virginia Court Order Book 7:64a.
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Häner; Haner; HahnerJohannes; Joh; Johannes1709/1710Johannes Häner, b. abt.1675 in Storndorf, Hesse, Germany, d. abt. 1759, likely at Rhinebeck, NY.  Came to NY in 1710 as a Palatine immigrant from Germany via England.Named Joh Haner by author Henry Z. Jones, Jr. A Partial Listing of the Palatine Families of New York.” In Germanic Genealogist, vol. 6:1 (no. 21), (1981), pp. 185-187.Also listed by Otto Lohr publisher in Das aelteste deutsch-amerikanische Kirchenbuch.” In Jahrbuch fuer auslanddeutsche Sippenkunde, jahrgang 1 (1936), pp. 54 60. As translated from German to English apparently means “The oldest German-American church book.”Named Johann Hanor in the Book of Names: Especially Relating to The Early Palatines And the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley. St. Johnsville, New York: Lou D. MacWethy, 1933. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1969, 1981, 1985.Named Johann Henor, Johannes Hayner, Johannes Hahner, and Johannis Heiner by Henry Z. Jones, Jr. in The Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710, Volume I.Universal City, CA: Author, PO Box 8341, Universal City, CA, 1985. 624p.
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HannarJohannesJohnson1732Sept. 19, 1732. Palatines imported in the ship Johnson, of London, David Crocket, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Deal (England) to Philadelphia. Col. Rec. III. 453. One hundred and twelve males above sixteen, ninety-eight under sixteen; ninety-eight females above sixteen, and eighty-five under sixteen in all three hundred and thirty. Johannes was listed in the category as German or Swiss.Finding was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.
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Honner; HennerGeorg; DanielNancy and Friendship1738Sept. 20, 1738. Palatines imported in the ship Nancy and Friendship, William Wallace, Commander, from Rotterdam, last from Dover (England) to Philadelphia. Eighty-seven males above sixteen, and one hundred women and children in all 187. George was listed in the category as “other immigrants.”Honner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Henner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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Hüner; HainerPhillip; PhillippNancy1738Philip Hüner (Heiner) (Hiner), born 1718; came to Pennsylvania on ship Nancy, Capt. William Wallace, and took Oath of Allegiance on Sept. 20, 1738, age 20 years; name is often spelled Haner, Heiner, Hiner, Hainer; married in Germany.Hüner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Hainer surname comes from Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 3 reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1983. Vol. 1. 1727-1775. 776p. This resource contains 29,800 names, with annotations written by Krebs (see no. 4203). Various references to the names in Strassburger will be found in other listings, mostly where authors have attempted to line up their information with that in Strassburger.Note: It appears that this Philip Hüner is descended from Leonhart Hüner, who died in Weinheim, Kurpfalz, Germany about 1597, several generations removed according to Chronicles of a Germany Family, or Heiners of Germany, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Texas.
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HainerHendrickRobert and Alice1740Dec. 3, 1740. List of Foreigners Imported in the Ship Robert and Alice, Walter Goodman, Master; from Rotterdam. Arrival Place: Philadelphia, PA. Taken from original manuscripts in the state archives. Names given throughout pages 1-677. Foreigners arriving in Pennsylvania named on pages 521-667. No. 3776, Kelker, supplements this.From the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.Also found listed in the Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 3 reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1983. Vol. 1. 1727-1775. 776p. This resource contains 29,800 names, with annotations written by Krebs (see no. 4203). Various references to the names in Strassburger will be found in other listings, mostly where authors have attempted to line up their information with that in Strassburger.
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Haner; HaenerClaus1741Arrival Place: Georgia. Age 35, b. abt. 1705. With family members, wife Elsbeth Roppel; child Niclaus; child Margreth; child Joseph; child Elsbeth; child Verena; child Johannes. There is major information on this family on page 134 in Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C., by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Marcus Brumbaugh Gaius: The National Genealogical Society, 1925. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976. A digital copy of this page can be found at https://iiif.lib.harvard.edu/manifests/view/drs:4409871$342i.  From lists of emigrants from the Cantons of Bern and Basel, 1709-1795, taken from the official archives of those cities. Items nos. 1952 and 1960, with Leo Schelbert’s “Notes on Lists of Swiss Emigrants” from item no. 8040, pp. 245-255.Also found in a manuscript volume in the University of Georgia Library. Covers 3,000 immigrants to Georgia, 1732-1742. The 1967 edition contains item no. 1312 as well.Also found as no. 3388. A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia, by Ellis Merton Coulter and Albert B. Saye, editors Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 1949. 2nd ed., 1967. 111p. Also found with surname spelled as Haener in The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783 by George F. Jones, Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Co., Inc., 1999. 147p.
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Heiner; Hiner; Hunner; HünnerKraft/GraffAnn1749Sept. 28, 1749. Foreigners from Basel, Wirtemberg, Zweibrucken, and Darmstadt, ship Ann, John Spurier, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. 242 passengers.Kraft Heiner (Hunner), believed b. 1727 in Germany, d. 1797 in Berks Co., PA. He was the first of this line to come to America. He was from Weinheim, Germany in this time period, not far from the French and German border. He and his wife came to this country about the middle of the 1700s, as they were residents of Reading, PA in 1755. Kraft was listed in the Pennsylvania Militia during the time of the Revolutionary War.Heiner surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Hiner surname spelling comes from “Names Of Persons Naturalised In The American Colonies” from Early Emigration From Britain 1636-1815, United Kingdom, United States & Canada.Hunner surname spelling comes from Olive Tree Genealogy https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/index.shtml. Hünner surname spelling comes from Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Note: It appears that this Kraft Hüner (Heiner) is descended from Leonhart Hüner, who died in Weinheim, Kurpfalz, Germany about 1597, several generations removed according to Chronicles of a Germany Family, or Heiners of Germany, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Texas. Graff Hünnor surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776. Graff Huinner surname spelling is from http://www.searchforancestors.com/. Arrival Place: Pennsylvania. Data derived from return-forms connected with the naturalization of foreign Protestants, papers that were sent from the Colonies to the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations. Transcribed from two Entry Books, once the property of the Board of Trade. Resource: Naturalizations of Foreign Protestants in the American and West Indian Colonies (Pursuant to Statute 13 George II, c.7). (Publications of the Huguenot Society of London, 1921, vol. 24.) Manchester [England]: The Huguenot Society of London, 1921. 196p, by Montague Spencer Giuseppi, editor. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1979. Resource: Chronicles of a Germany Family, or Heiners of Germany, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Texas.
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Hanor; HanerJohan JacobTwo Brothers1749Sept. 14, 1749. Foreigners from the electorate Palatinate, Thomas Arnot, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. 312 passengers.Hanor surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.Haner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.Haner surname also comes from the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.
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Heyner; HeinerUrbanus (might be Orwanus)Pearl17512 July 1751 from Rotterdam to Nova Scotia. Thomas Francis, Master, 85 families transported. Urbanus was listed as 33 years old and a Palatine farmer.Heyner surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Heiner surname comes from Olive Tree Genealogy https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/index.shtml
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Heaner; Hayner; HänerHans GeorgCunlifabt 1752According to the Orangeburgh German-Swiss Genealogical Society at https://www.ogsgs.org/index.htm, Hans Georg Heaner (Hayner, Häner) petitioned for 150 acres of land in South Carolina on 4 Dec. 1752. In his petition, Hans Georg stated that he had arrived on board the ship Cunlif and that he had a wife and one child named Ulrich who was about 6 years old. Hans Jeorg married (1) unknown in Europe. She died before 24 Aug 1755 in South Carolina. He married (2) Eva Catherin Barr on 24 Aug 1755 in Orangeburgh Township, South Carolina.  Hans George’s plat for 150 acres was dated 15 June 1753 and his grant was issued on 3 Sept 1754. For a more complete description of Hans Georg Heaner (Hayner, Häner) and family, see https://www.ogsgs.org/ffam/ffam.php?f=heaner
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Honner; HennerJohan LudwigForest1752Oct. 11, 1752, Paterick Ouchterlony, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia. Honner surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.Henner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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Hönner; Hänner; HannorJohann Jörg; Johann; GeorgForest1752Oct. 11, 1752, Paterick Auchterlony, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia. Hönner surname from Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.Hänner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.Hänner surname also comes from Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.Hannor surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.
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Haynor; HaynerJohannos; JohannesForest1752Oct. 11, 1752, Paterick Ouchterlony, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia. Listed in the book Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967. Haynor surname spelling comes from ancestry.com in the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.Hayner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.Hayner surname spelling also comes from the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967. 
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Hunor; HunerWilhelmTwo Brothers1752Sept. 15, 1752. Ship Two Brothers, commanded by Thomas Arnot, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia.Hunor surname spelling comes from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.Huner surname spelling is from the publication, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.Huner surname spelling also comes from Olive Tree Genealogy https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/index.shtml
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HennerJohannes Andonyus; Johan AntoniusForest1752/53Oct. 11, 1752, Paterick Ouchterlony, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia.Johannes Andonyus Henner found in the Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Listed in 1752.Johan Antonius Henner found in Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967. Listed in 1753.
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HanerJacob1753Jacob Haner, likely b. in the 1730s in the Netherlands, British Isles or Germanic Europe, shanghaied to New York aboard a Dutch vessel in 1753 according to the History of Columbia County, NY, published in 1878.  The full text of this history can be found at: https://archive.org/stream/historyofcolumbi00ever/historyofcolumbi00ever_djvu.txt
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Hönner SebastianNeptune1753Sept. 24, 1753, John Mason, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Rotterdam to Philadelphia.From the publication, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.
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HennersJoh. YerrickLouisa1753Oct. 3, 1754, John Pitcarne, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Rotterdam to Philadelphia.From the publication, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.
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Hanor; HanerHans AdamHalifax1754Oct. 22, 1754, Thomas Coatam, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. Inhabitants from Wirtemberg, Hesse, Franconia and the Palatinate, ten Roman Catholics aboard.Hanor surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Haner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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HaysnerFriederichHenrietta1754Oct. 22, 1754, John Boss, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. Inhabitants from Franconia, Wirtemberg and Hesse, three Roman Catholics aboard.Haysner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.
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HaysnerJacobHenrietta1754Oct. 22, 1754, John Boss, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. Inhabitants from Franconia, Wirtemberg and Hesse, three Roman Catholics aboard.Haysner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.
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Hoinor; HeinerDaniel; DavidJohn and Elizabeth1754Nov. 7, 1754, Ham, Captain, from Amsterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia. Inhabitants from Hanau, Wirtemberg and the Palatinate, eleven Roman Catholics, one hundred and twenty Protestants. 330 passengers. David was listed in the category as “other immigrants.”Hoiner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Heiner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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Hoinor; HeinerMathiasEdinburg (Olive Tree Genealogy lists the ship as the Neptune)1754Sept. 30, 1754, James Russel, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. Inhabitants from the Palatinate and Wirtemberg, five Roman Catholics, and one Mennonite. Mathias was listed in the category as German or Swiss.Hoiner surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Heiner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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HeinerMatthiasNeptune1754Sept. 30, 1754, Captain Waire, from Rotterdam and last from Coves (England) to Philadelphia. 400 souls aboard from the Palatinate, Darmstad, Zweybrecht and 4 Roman Catholics.Heiner surname spelling comes from the Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 3 reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1983. Vol. 1. 1727-1775. 776p. This resource contains 29,800 names, with annotations written by Krebs (see no. 4203). Various references to the names in Strassburger will be found in other listings, mostly where authors have attempted to line up their information with that in Strassburger. Resourced also in a Reprint of the 2nd revised and enlarged ed., 1876, with index from 3rd ed. by Ernst Wecken, 1931, and added index of ships. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1985. 583p.Note: Matthias Heiner and Mathias Hoinor from the listing directly above could be the same person, as they were found in the same year of 1754, but they were found on different ships, the Neptune and Edinburg, respectively. 
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HenorChristoph1755Taken from original manuscripts in the state archives. Names given throughout pages 1-677. Foreigners arriving in Pennsylvania named on pages 521-667. No. 3776, Kelker, supplements this.From the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.
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HenorHan1755Arrival Place: Pennsylvania. Taken from original manuscripts in the state archives. Names given throughout pages 1-677. Foreigners arriving in Pennsylvania named on pages 521-667. No. 3776, Kelker, supplements this.From the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.
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HeinerCatharina1757Germans, Swiss, French Protestants, and others embarked at Halifax for Lunenberg (Canada). Names only.From A List of Foreign and Other Settlers Victual’d at Lunenberg in the Province of Nova Scotia, between the 24th Jany 1757 and the 15th May. (1313 Names in All). In Report, Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Appendix B (1935), pp. 20-33.
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HeinerSibilla 1757Arrival Place: Nova Scotia, Canada. Germans, Swiss, French Protestants, and others embarked at Halifax for Lunenberg (Canada). Names only.From A List of Foreign and Other Settlers Victual’d at Lunenberg in the Province of Nova Scotia, between the 24th Jany 1757 and the 15th May. (1313 Names in All). In Report, Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Appendix B (1935), pp. 20-33.Note: Sibilla (This given first name is Greek, meaning Prophetess; oracle.  Italian form spelled Sibylla.  Other spellings include: Sibel, Sybil (English); Sibylle, Sybille (French); Sibylla, Sibylle, Sybille German); Sybilla (polish); & Sibylla (Swedish).
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Hannor; HannerJohann JostRichmond1763Oct. 5, 1763. Ship Richmond, Charles Young Husband, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia. 162 passengers. Johann was listed in the category as “other immigrants.”Hannor surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Hanner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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Hannor; Hiiner; Häner; HännerJohannos; JohannesRichmond1763Oct. 5, 1763. Ship Richmond, Charles Young Husband, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth (England) to Philadelphia.Hannor surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Hiiner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.Häner surname spelling is from the publication, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.Hänner surname spelling is from the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg, Edwin K. Myers, State Printer. 1892.
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Hannor; Hanner?PeterRichmond1764Oct. 20, 1764. Ship Richmond, Charles Young Husband, Captain, from Rotterdam to Philadelphia. 224 passengers. Peter was listed in the category as German or Swiss.Hannor surname spelling was from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Hanner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.
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HenerdtChristoph MartinRichmond1764Oct. 20, 1764. Ship Richmond, Charles Young Husband, Captain, from Rotterdam to Philadelphia. 224 passengers. Peter was listed in the category as German or Swiss.Source from the publication Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935.
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Hiner; Heanor; HainerHeinrich; Henry1764 or 1765Arrival Place: America. Emigration from the Rhenish Palatinate and the Saarland in the 18th century. Date of emigration with intended destination or date and port of arrival. Sources of this information on emigration and town of origin of Heinrich Hiner from Auswanderungen aus Rheinpfalz und Saarland im 18. Jahrhundert. Stuttgart, Germany, Author Hacker Werner, also Konrad Theiss Verlag, Villastrasse 11, W-7000 Stuttgart, 1987. 797p.This same Heinrich Hiner is likely named Henry Heanor found in the U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s in a publication titled, United Empire Loyalists: Enquiry into the Losses and Services in Consequence of Their Loyalty. Evidence in Canadian Claims. Toronto: L. K. Cameron, 1905 authored by Alexander Fraser. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1994. In this publication it states on page 955 “Proceedings of Loyalist Commissioners, Montreal, 1787, Vol. XX, before Commissioner Pemberton that Henry Heanor was a Claimant.” On page 971, it says further in the “Claim of Henry Heanor, late of Ulster Co., he is a native of Germany. 22 years ago (1765) came to America. Lived in Ulster Co. Was in Butler’s Rangers. Served 3 years. Had land from Mr. Livingston (which means Ulster Co., refers to a county in NY state), about 80 acres, for 2 Lives, himself & Son, paying ½ Skipple (a skipple is a unit of weight equal to the weight of abushel of a given commodity) for 2 acres. Had not a lease. Had cleared 34 acres. Built house and barn. Vals. His Improvmts. At 100£.Lost 4 Cows, 7 Hogs, 3 Sheep, 100 Bushels Wheat, all his furniture, utensils. Taken by the Rebels when Claimt. Went to the Brit. Army. John Wraight, Wits; Knew Claimt. He was a Loyalist. He went to Canada & joined the Rangers. He had at least two sons, Albert and Derick (Richard), with Richard listed with the Rangers. The website https://sites.google.com/site/niagarasettlers/settlers-h confirms that this is the same Henrick (Henry) Heanor, now listed as Hainer (c. 1735 -1788) who emigrated from Germany to America in about 1765 and married Dorothy ________. His later claim for losses in the American Revolution dated 25 August 1787 stated he “Is a native of Germany – 22 years ago came to America.” Henry and Dorothy Hainer settled on an 80-acre farm leased from Mr. Livingston in Ulster County, New York on the west side of the Hudson River. During the American Revolution, Hendrick Hainer was loyal to the British Crown, and his land and livestock were confiscated by the rebels. He took his family to Fort Niagara about 1780 and, with his sons Albert and Derick (Richard), served as a private in Butler’s Rangers for three years. In 1784, Butlers’ Rangers was disbanded and the troops discharged. Hendrick Hainer settled on Lot 22 Concession 5, Grantham Township. This is located along the west side of present Vansickle Street and the north side of Fourth Avenue, now wholly subdivided and called “Grapeview” in the west part of the City of St. Catharines, (Niagara Region) Ontario, Canada.
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HanerEmanuel1767Arrival place in America, but specific location unknown. Family members include, Wife Magdalena Gaissbuhler; Child Elsbeth; Child Johannes; Child Magdalena; Child Emanuel; Child Hans Heinrich; Child Maria. Contains lists of emigrants from the Cantons of Bern and Basel, 1709-1795, taken from the official archives of those cities. Items nos. 1952 and 1960, with Leo Schelbert’s, Notes on Lists of Swiss Emigrants from item no. 8040, pp. 245-255.Also, from Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C., by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Marcus Brumbaugh Gaius: The National Genealogical Society, 1925. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976.
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HanerHans Heinrich1767Arrival Place: America. Including Wife Magdalena Gaissbuhler; Child Elsbeth; Child Johannes; Child Magdalena; Child Emanuel; Child Hans Heinrich; Child Maria. Contains lists of emigrants from the Cantons of Bern and Basel, 1709-1795, taken from the official archives of those cities. Items nos. 1952 and 1960, with Leo Schelbert’s “Notes on Lists of Swiss Emigrants” from item no. 8040, pp. 245-255, are all in the Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C., by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Marcus Brumbaugh Gaius: The National Genealogical Society, 1925. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976. Primary Immigrant: Johannes Haner. The author doesn’t know what this reference means, unless Hans Heinrich Haner was descended from or closely related to a Johannes Haner, who came earlier to America, in which case it could have been one of several Johannes Haners of various spellings, listed before this entry, including Johannes Häner, who came to New York in 1710.
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Hannor; Hanner; HännerJohannos; JohannesSally1767Nov. 10, 1767. Ship Sally, Patrick Brown, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. 62 passengers.Hannor surname spelling was from the publication “Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.Hanner surname spelling comes from the “ship load volume,” which was originally published by Israel Daniel Rupp in 1856 in the German language, titled a Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, Portuguese and other immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776.Hänner surname spelling also is from the publication, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, authored by Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols.
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HenerKonradJuno1767Qualified Jan. 13, 1767. List of Foreigners Imported in the Ship Juno, John Robertson, Master, from Rotterdam, last from Berwick-on-Tweed.From the Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808, by William Henry Egle, editor (Pennsylvania Archives, ser. 2, vol. 17.) Harrisburg [PA]: E.K. Meyers, 1890. 787p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.
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HaenerHans1771 Arrival Place: America. Data on immigrants from France (Alsace-Lorraine), Switzerland, southern Germany, and some adjacent places, arriving between 1727 and 1775. “Palatines” was a term adopted from British merchants and the people of Philadelphia. Charles M. Hall, “Pal-Index”: A Surname Index of Eighteenth-Century Immigrants. Salt Lake City: Global Research Systems, 1979. 147p.
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HainorChristian1771Original volume, from which this was taken, is among the holdings of the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. Much information on persons indentured. Printed in part in nos. 7222-7223. Record Of Indentures of Individuals Bound Out as Apprentices, Servants, etc. and of German and Other Redemptioners in the Office of the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia, October 3, 1771, to October 5, 1773. In The Pennsylvania-German Society Proceedings and Addresses, vol. 16 (1905), Lancaster, PA: 1907. 325p. Reprinted with added index by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1973. 364p.
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HanerFridrich1771Arrival Place: Carolina or Pennsylvania from the Cantons of Bern and Basel, 1709-1795, taken from the official archives of those cities. Items nos. 1952 and 1960, with Leo Schelbert’s Notes on Lists of Swiss Emigrants from item no. 8040, pp. 245-255.Also, from Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C., by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Marcus Brumbaugh Gaius: The National Genealogical Society, 1925. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976.
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HanerHans1771Arrival Place: Carolina or Pennsylvania from the Cantons of Bern and Basel, 1709-1795, taken from the official archives of those cities. Items nos. 1952 and 1960, with Leo Schelbert’s “Notes on Lists of Swiss Emigrants” from item no. 8040, pp. 245-255, are all in the Source Bibliography, from Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies. Vol. 2. Washington, D.C., by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Marcus Brumbaugh Gaius: The National Genealogical Society, 1925. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1976.Note: Hans Haner and Hans Haener, immediately above, could be the same person, since they both arrived in America in 1771.
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HanhorJacobMinerva1771Sept. 17, 1771. Ship Minerva, Thomas Arnott, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes (England) to Philadelphia. 204 passengers. Jacob was listed in the category as “other immigrants.”Hanhor surname spelling was from the publication “Index to the names of 30,000 immigrants–German, Swiss, Dutch and French–into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, supplementing the I. Daniel Rupp, ship load volume, which was published by M. V., Koger, in 1935. Surname spelling was an original German signature.
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HanerJohnChance1774Arrival Place: Port uncertain. Age 24, born abt. 1750. Date bound and intended destination; some are date and place of first mention of residence in the New World or date and place of death. Data was extracted from several sources. Dates prior to 1752 were rendered according to the modern calendar. Peter Wilson Coldham. The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1751-1776. A comprehensive listing compiled from English public records of those who took ship to the Americas for political, religious, and economic reasons; of those who were deported for vagrancy, roguery, or nonconformity; and of those who were sold to labour in the new colonies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993. 349p.Arrival Place: Maryland. Listed in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1961. About 17,000 names. Similar lists in Boyer, nos. 0702, 0714, 0717, 0720. Michael Tepper, editor. “Passengers to America: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register.” Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1977. 554p. Reprinted with new introduction and indexes, 1978. Repr. 1980.Arrival Place: Maryland. William A. Wiseman. “Emigrants from England to Settle in Maryland.” In Prince George’s County Genealogical Society Bulletin. Vol. 14:6 (Feb. 1983), pp. 83, 91; vol. 14:7 (Mar. 1983), pp. 103-104; vol. 14:10 (June 1983), pp. 142-143.Arrival Place: Maryland. “Early Emigration From Britain 1636-1815,” from United Kingdom, United States & Canada. John Haner was a butcher from Buckingham, England. The ship named the Chance departed from London on 2 January 1774. All persons on the ship were listed as indentured servants.Since the above sources all reflect a John Haner, age 24, born abt. 1750, likely this John Haner, is the same person in all cases.
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Heiner; HineaHenrich1775Henrich Heiner, b. 1751 or 1752, was a Hessian soldier and later a prisoner of war in America during the Revolutionary War. He stayed in America in Frederick County, Maryland after the conflict, since he was buried in Haughs Cemetery, Ladiesburg, Frederick County, Maryland. His death date is believed to be 1824.Found in Hessian Troops in the American War for Independence: An Index According to Surname. Date and place of entry in unit books. Year of birth, place of origin, rank, unit, category of presentation, and archive code of the source are also provided. German language citation, Hessische Truppen Im Amerikanischen Unabhaengigkeitskrieg (HETRINA): Index nach Familiennamen. (Marburg: Archivschule) (Veroeffentlichungen der Archivschule Marburg, Institutfuer Archivwissenscha, Nr. 10). Band II. Marburg 1976; Auflage, 1987.
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HeinerKonrad1775Arrival Place: North America. Believed born 1740/41, d. 1776. Hessian Troops in the American War for Independence: An Index According to Surname. Date and place of entry in unit books. Year of birth, place of origin, rank, unit, category of presentation, and archive code of the source are also provided. Hessische Truppen Im Amerikanischen Unabhaengigkeitskrieg (HETRINA): Index nach Familiennamen. (Marburg: Archivschule) (Veroeffentlichungen der Archivschule Marburg, Institut für Archivwissenschaft, Nr. 10). Band I. Marburg, 1976; Auflage, 1984.
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HeinerJakob1776Arrival Place: North America. Believed born 1751/52. Hessian Troops in the American War for Independence: An Index According to Surname. Date and place of entry in unit books. Year of birth, place of origin, rank, unit, category of presentation, and archive code of the source are also provided. Hessische Truppen Im Amerikanischen Unabhaengigkeitskrieg (HETRINA): Index nach Familiennamen. (Marburg: Archivschule) (Veroeffentlichungen der Archivschule Marburg, Institutfuer Archivwissenschaft, Nr. 10). Band I. Marburg, 1976; Auflage, 1984.
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HeinersHeinrich1778Arrival Place: Quebec, Canada. Age 21, born abt. 1757. Virginia Easley DeMarce. Mercenary Troops from Anhalt-Zerbst, Germany, Who Served with the British Forces during the American Revolution.(German-American Genealogical Research Monograph, 19.) McNeal, Ariz.: Westland Publications, 1984. 2 vols. 107p.
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HeinerJacques1782Arrival Place: New York, New York. From the American sources, it is also possible to determine where deserter-immigrants and prisoners were held during the Revolution. Muster Rolls and Prisoner-of-War Lists in American Archival Collections Pertaining to the German Mercenary Troops Who Served with the British Forces during the American Revolution. (German- American Genealogical Research Monograph, 3, in three pts.) Clifford Neal Smith. DeKalb, IL: Westland Publications, 1974-1976. 177p. (Pt. 1, pp. 1-64; pt. 2, pp. 65-119; pt. 3, pp. 120-177.) These muster rolls and prisoner- of-war lists supplement various other Smith works on German mercenaries.
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HeinerJakob1783Arrival Place: North America. Hessian Troops in the American War for Independence: An Index According to Surname. Date and place of entry in unit books. Year of birth, place of origin, rank, unit, category of presentation, and archive code of the source are also provided. Hessische Truppen Im Amerikanischen Unabhaengigkeitskrieg (HETRINA): Index nach Familiennamen. (Marburg: Archivschule) (Veroeffentlichungen der Archivschule Marburg, Institutfuer Archivwissenschaft, Nr. 10). Band I. Marburg, 1976; Auflage, 1984.Note: This Jakob Heiner and the one listed above in 1776, are likely the same person, since it’s known that a Jakob Heiner served two appointment dates: 5/1776 and 2/1783.
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HenarEsteban1784Arrival Place: St. Augustine, Florida. From Lawrence H. Feldman. The Last Days of British Saint Augustine, 1784-1785: A Spanish Census of The English Colony of East Florida. Baltimore: Clearfield Co., 1998.
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HeinerEv C.1785Arrival Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Contains 29,800 names, with annotations written by Krebs (see no. 4203). Various references to the names in Strassburger will be found in other listings, mostly where authors have attempted to line up their information with that in Strassburger. From Ralph Beaver Strassburger. Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Edited by William John Hinke. Norristown [PA]: Pennsylvania German Society, 1934. 3 vols. Vols. 1 and 3 reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1964. Repr. 1983. Vol. 3. 1785-1808. 709p. Because of the given first name listed, it is unknown if this person is a man or a woman.
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HainerAlbert1796Date and place of loyalist oath of allegiance. Extracted from RG1, L7, volume 52B District Loyalist Rolls and Others, located at the Manuscripts Division of the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. File number, district name, township name, and index Arrival Place: Canada. From E. Keith Fitzgerald. Ontario People: 1796-1803. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. 250p.
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HainerJohn1796Date and place of loyalist oath of allegiance. Extracted from RG1, L7, volume 52B District Loyalist Rolls and Others, located at the Manuscripts Division of the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. File number, district name, township name, and index Arrival Place: Canada. From E. Keith Fitzgerald. Ontario People: 1796-1803. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. 250p.
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HainerRichard1796Date and place of loyalist oath of allegiance. Extracted from RG1, L7, volume 52B District Loyalist Rolls and Others, located at the Manuscripts Division of the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. File number, district name, township name, and index. E. Keith Fitzgerald. Ontario People: 1796-1803. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. 250p.
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HeanerJohn1797Arrival Place: Canada. Date and place of loyalist oath of allegiance. Extracted from RG1, L7, volume 52B District Loyalist Rolls and Others, located at the Manuscripts Division of the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. E. Keith Fitzgerald. Ontario People: 1796-1803. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1993. 250p.
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HeinerHenry1798Arrival Place: Frederick Co., Maryland. Raymond B. Clark, Jr., Frederick County, Maryland, Naturalizations, 1785-1799. In The Maryland & Delaware Genealogist. Corrections and additions, vol. 10:1 (Jan. 1969), p. 19.Note: Buried at Haughs Cemetery, Ladiesburg, Frederick County, Maryland at: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSiman=1&GScid=81059&GSfn=&GSln=Heiner b. 22 May 1798, d. 1 March 1872.
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HaynerFriedrVaderland1800Arrival Place: Philadelphia, PA. Age 21, b. abt. 1779 in Wurtemberg. Record found in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1948 at http://www.genesearch.com/philadelphia/, which requires payment to ancestry.com.
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HaenerJoseph1817Arrival Place: America. Record found in The Alsace Emigration Book. Vol. 2. by Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler. Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1991.
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De HanerI. 1832Arrival Place: New Orleans, LA, age 24, b. 1808. Record found in the Index of Spanish Citizens Entering New Orleans January 1820 through December 1839. New Orleans: 1968. 50 copies, privately distributed. 88p. Charles R. Maduell, compiler. Also includes immigrants from France and Germany.
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HainerHenry1832Arrival Place: Washington Co., PA. Record found in A Biographical History of Greene County, Pennsylvania. Chicago: 1888. Samuel P. Bates. Reprinted for Clearfield Co., Baltimore, 1993.
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HahnerA. C. 1833Arrival Place: Baltimore, MD, age 22, farmer; German; arrived 30 September 1833. Name of ship unknown. Record found in Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Baltimore 1820-1834, from Customs Passenger Lists. General ed. Michael H. Tepper. Transcribed by Elizabeth P. Bentley. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982.
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HaynerHenry H.Serene1835Arrival Place: Philadelphia, PA. Age 30, a carpenter; England is country to which he belongs. United States is where intends to live. Record found in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1948 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9392-66DV-9?i=518&cc=1908535
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HaynerHerbert W.Serene1835Arrival Place: Philadelphia, PA. Age 15, carpenter; England is country to which he belongs. United States is where he intends to live. Listed directly below Henry H. Hayner and has same occupation so is probably a relative. Record found in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1948 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9392-66DV-9?i=518&cc=1908535
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HoenerJohann H.1840Arrival Place: Baltimore, MD Sept. 1840. Age 27, a weaver, German. Record citation Baltimore, Passenger Lists, 1820-1964, at https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8679
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HoenerJohann M.1840Arrival Place: Baltimore, MD on Sept. 1840. Age 24, a farmer. German. Record citation Baltimore, Passenger Lists, 1820-1964, at https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8679
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HahnerGustavElisabeth1841Arrival Place: Philadelphia, PA. Age 21, a merchant; Germany is the country to which he belongs. United States is where he intends to live. Record found in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1882 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9392-6GK4-K?i=12&cc=1908535
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HaynerJ.C Colomb (probably Christopher Columbus)1841Arrival Place: Unknown. Age 33, Nationality: Bavarian. Record found in the United States, Atlantic Ocean And Gulf Coast Ports Passenger Lists, 1820-1874 at https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-95JR-P27?i=3362&cc=1921756
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HahnerKaspar Anton1844Arrival Place: America, age 18, b. 1826. Record found in Hessian Emigrants: Index by family name: Vol. II: Emigrants from Germany Hesse-Kassel, 1840-1850. Inge Auerbach. Marburg: Archive school Marburg, 1988.
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HaneirPatAtlantic1847Arrival Place: New York, NY, NY from Liverpool, England, age 18, b. 1829 in Great Britain. Was listed as a laborer by trade. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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HannerB.Swan1847Arrival Place: New York, NY, NY from Liverpool, England, age 27, b. 1820. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KDX6-5FK
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HaynerD.Liverpool1847Arrival Place: New York, NY, b. in Great Britain. Age 20, b. abt. 1827. Record found in New York Passenger Lists & Arrivals at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/results?count=75&query=%2Bsurname%3AHayner&collection_id=1849782
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HaynerThosLiverpool1847Arrival Place: New York, NY, b. in Great Britain. Age 19, b. abt. 1828. Record found in New York Passenger Lists & Arrivals at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/results?count=75&query=%2Bsurname%3AHayner&collection_id=1849782
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HahnerGeorg1848Arrival Place: USA, age 16, b. 1832. Found in Hessian Immigrants: Index to Family Names. Book II: Immigrants from Hesse-Kassel 1840-1850. Inge Auerbach. Marburg: Archive school Marburg, 1988.
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HanarJamesGeneral Victoria1848Arrival Place: New York, NY on 19 Jan 1848. Departed from London, England. Age 24, b. abt. 1824. From England. Taylor (tailor). His wife, Catherine, age 22, and son, Richard, age 1 accompanied him. Record found in New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 on https://www.ancestry.com/
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HanorElizaJanet1848Arrival Place: New York, NY on 10 Oct 1848 from Drogheda, Ireland, age 25, b. 1823 in Ireland. Was listed as a chamber maid or maid or servant. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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HynerMich. (possibly short for Michael)Robert A. Park1848Arrival Place: New York, NY on 14 July 1848 from Galway, Ireland, age 40, b. 1808. Was listed as a laborer by trade. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821. Note: It appears as though James Hyner, age 7, was a child of Mich., since both came to the U.S. on the same ship.
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HahnerFrancois1849Arrival Place: USA. Found in The Alsace Emigration Book. Vol. 1, Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler. Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1989.
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HainerHenrich 1849Arrival Place: Port uncertain with family. Hessian Emigrants: Index by family name: Vol. II: Emigrants from Germany Hesse-Kassel, 1840-1850. Inge Auerbach. Marburg: Archive school Marburg, 1988.
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HainerJohann Georg1849Arrival Place: Port uncertain with family. Hessian Emigrants: Index by family name: Vol. II: Emigrants from Germany Hesse-Kassel, 1840-1850. Inge Auerbach. Marburg: Archive school Marburg, 1988.Note: Both Johann Georg and Henrich Hainer listed immediately above may have been from the same family. 
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HainerThos. Hottinger1849Arrival Place: New York, NY from Liverpool, England, age 24, b. 1825 in Great Britain. Was a laborer by trade. Record found in The Famine Immigrants: Lists of Irish Immigrants Arriving at the Port of New York, 1846-1851. Vol. IV. Authors: Ira A. Glazier and Michael Tepper. (April 1849- September 1849). Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984. 
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HaynorThomasPatrick Henry1849Arrival Place: New York, NY from Liverpool, England, age 20, b. 1829 in Ireland. Was a laborer by trade. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851, https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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OhannerCathe.Wisconsin1850Arrival Place: New York, NY from Liverpool, England in destination to Utica, NY, age 18, b. 1832 in Ireland. Was listed as a chamber maid or maid or servant. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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OhannerMargt.Wisconsin1850Arrival Place: New York, NY from Liverpool, England, in destination to Utica, NY age 17, b. 1833 in Ireland. Was listed as a chamber maid or maid or servant. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821. Note: Margt. And Cathe. (see above) were likely sisters or somehow related to each other.
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HenerBridgetGarrick1850Arrival Place: New York, NY on 11 Nov 1850 from Liverpool, England, age 20, b. 1830 in Ireland. Was listed as a chamber maid or maid or servant. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases, Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies. Center for Immigration Research 1976-2002.
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HaynerPattJames Wright1851Arrival Place: USA; departed from Liverpool. Age 20, b. abt. 1831 in Ireland. His occupation was laborer. Record found in the United States Irish Famine Immigrants, 1846-1851 at https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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HenerWm.Beejapore1851Arrival Place: New York, NY on 19 Nov. 1851, from Liverpool, England, age 26, b. 1825 in Ireland. Was a laborer by trade. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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HoinerThos.Industry1851Arrival Place: New York, NY on 5 May 1851, from Dublin, Ireland, age 19, b. 1832 in Ireland. Record found in the United States Famine Irish Passenger Index, 1846-1851https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2110821
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HanarH. P.St. George1852Arrival Place: New York, NY on 21 Jul 1852.  Departed from Liverpool, England. Age 44, b. abt. 1808, Danish.  Cabinetmaker. His wife, Maria, age 35, b. abt. 1817, accompanied him.  Record found in New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 on ancestry.com.
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HaynorNancyChampion1853Arrival Place: Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. Age 22, b. abt. 1831 in Ireland. “Massachusetts, Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1891.” Citation at FamilySearch.org: 1 September 2016. Citing NARA microfilm publication M277. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, Massachusetts, 1820-1891.
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HaynorCathChampion1853Arrival Place: Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. Age 19, b. abt. 1834 in Ireland. “Massachusetts, Boston Passenger Lists, 1820-1891.” Citation at FamilySearch.org: 1 September 2016. Citing NARA microfilm publication M277. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Boston, Massachusetts, 1820-1891. Note: Nancy and Cath (see above) were likely sisters or somehow related to each other.
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HaynerWillmDavid Cannon1853Arrival Place: New York, NY, of Irish descent. Age 27, b. abt. 1826. Record found in New York Passenger Lists at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/results?count=75&query=%2Bsurname%3AHayner&collection_id=1849782
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HaynorDan’l Ashburton1854Arrival Place: New York, NY. Age 20, b. abt. 1834 in Ireland. “New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1891.” Database with images at familysearch.org. NARA publication M237: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897.
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HaynerRobt.Great Western1858Arrival Place: New York, NY. Age 42, b. abt. 1816 in Great Britain. Record found in “New York Passenger Lists. 1820-1891.” It looks as if some of his family accompanied him because George Hayner, age 9, and Maria Hayner, age 7, are listed below him with “ditto” marks instead of surnames at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/results?count=75&query=%2Bsurname%3AHayner&collection_id=1849782
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Hoener Johanne Baltimore1868Arrival Place: Baltimore, MD. Age 22, b. abt. 1846 likely in Prussia. Children Johanne, age 7, and Lisette, age 3, were listed as passengers, also from Prussia. Ship Baltimore from Bremen to Baltimore MD, July 18, 1868, W. Vockler, Master of the N.G. Str Baltimore of Bremen. Ancestry database entitled Baltimore Passenger Lists, 1820-1864. Record citation as Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787-2004.
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HanarJohn1871Arrival Place: Ontario, Canada. Age 14, b. 1857. Record found in the Index to the 1871 Census of Ontario: author Bruce S. Elliott. Oxford. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, 1991. 
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HanarJankoEider1888Arrival Place: New York, NY on 22 Mar 1888. Departed from Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England. Age 54. b. abt. 1834, Austrian. Record found in New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 on ancestry.com
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HainerAbraham1898/1899Arrival Place: Vermont. Age 24, b. abt. 1874/1875 in Russia. Record found in Manifests of Passengers Arriving in the St. Albans, VT, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1895-1954 at https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2185163