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From: Kenny Hedgpeth <>
Subject: Re: Ship "Patience"
Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2005 22:41:52 -0800
Hey Eric -
My Steinbrecher's i.e. Stonebraker's were on that same ship :)
although they [mine] didn't arrive in PA until 1753 ... found in Berks
Co. and later on in Northumberland Co. ...
"Eric Olson" <>
Tue, 1 Mar 2005 21:54:26 -0800
I know this ship Patience, as among the passengers are the only 2 Carrels I have ever been able to find on passenger lists. I have never been able to track them after their arrival in Philadelphia. It is of interest to me that some of them at least went to Berks County.
In 1748 the Ship Patience sailed from Rotterdam to Philadelphia with a stop in Cowes, England. Among the passengers were Jacob Carrel (Carle), age 40 years, and (probably) his son John Casper Carrel (Karle), age 17 years. The spellings vary on different lists. The passenger list did not list females. See "Pennsylvania German Pioneers", Vol I and II. I have examined "most" of the ship passenger lists of that time and these are the only Carrels I find. These Carrels may have been of the large Carrel family of Bern Canton, Switzerland, seeking a new life in America, and German speaking, settling in eastern Pennsylvania and misnamed Pennsylvania Dutch.