Becher immigrations in date order. In “Notes” AKA indicates “also known as” name where sources have variations in name spelling. The source code is explained at bottom and indicates which books the list is printed in. Ships link to online passenger lists, so you can see everyone who traveled with them. This is important as we often find our ancestors lived and later intermarried with indicating where the Becher immigrant came from or settled.
|Ship||From/To||Source Codes||Becher Immigration Notes|
|Johann Martin Becher||10/8/1737||Charming
|Rotterdam by Plymouth to PA||NF142, TT111,
|Heinrich Becher||1738||Carolina||LS95, LS114, LS116||AKA Hans Heinrich Buecher|
Source Codes for Becher Immigrations:
Two letters correspond to a book below and the number is the page within it.
Example: TT316 above is page 316 within Thirty Thousand Names of Swiss Immigrants.
|LS||Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the
|Faust, Albert B.|
|NF||Name of Foreigners Who Took The Oath of Allegiance||Egle, Henry|
|TT||Thirty Thousand Names of Swiss Immigrants||Rupp, Daniel|
|PG||Pennsylvania German Pioneers||Strassburger, Ralph Beaver|
|PI||Pal-Index: A Surname Index
of Eighteenth-Century Immigrants
|Hall, Charles M.|