Note: mbsheim, Palatinate, Germany. "Johann G. Loesch arrived at the age of 11 with his mother, Susannah Philippina Gering (Loesch), brother Johann Adam, and sister, Elisabetha Magdalena. The father Johan Balthaser Loesch died at sea in 1710." Port NY,NY.
NOTE: Might be Gernshiem, near Worms, Germany.
Date and place of birth per Terry McAfee, Mar 1997.
http://www.progenealogists.com/palproject/ny/1710third.htm The Palatine Project - Reconstructed Passenger Lists, 1710, Third List. Ship: Fame Captain: Walter Houxton From: London Arrival: 14 Jun 1710. 454 Johann Balthasar Lösch, 38Susanna (Gering)Johann Adam, 15elisabetha Magdalena, 10Johann Georg, 8(son),age 2 Over age 10 2; under age 10 3 Lesch; 3rd party (Wilken's) in Holland; 3rd arrival in London
Per Terry McAfee, Mar 1997. "In Henry Z. Jones's book it is mentioned that Balthasar is listed in the Hunter list of 1 July 1710 and thus could not have died at sea."
The Binsheimm-Gustavsburg church books record the marriage of Johan Balthasar Losch, surviving son of Hans Jacob Losch - Gemeinsmann at Trebur and Susanna, daughter of the late Hans Georg Gering - shepherd in Bischofsheim, 18 June 1694.
LDS Ancestral File Aug 2000. died at sea (see above) b 10 Aug 1671, bap 13 Aug 1671; m 18 Jun 1694, Ginsheim,Gustavsburg,Germany.
Rootsweb WorldConnect, [email protected] "To America 1709-10. See "The Palatine Families of New York," by Henry Z. Jones, vol. I, 1985, pp. 554-557. Balthazar Loesch was born in 1671 in Gernsheim, near Worms. He left London on December 25, 1709, with other Palatine immigrants, but died on the voyage along with many others. the survivors reached New York in June 1710, encamping initially on Nuttings, now Governors Island NY, and from there moving to Livingston Manor and Schoharie Valley, NY, later to Berks Co. PA. His wife Susanna Phillipina Gering, from Ginsheim-Gustavsburg, Germany, survived, as did at least four children."
Ibid. Mrs. Clarence Rupp, "Meet The Lesh Family", 1953. Wm. Lesh, "Descendants of Balthasar & Susanna Phillipina Loesch", 1914.
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=crillybutler&id=I15776 Crilly Butler, Jr. [email protected] ALIA: Lash /Loesch/, Loesh, Lesh, Losch Birth: 10 AUG 1671 in Trebur, Palatinate, Germany Death: 1710 in At Sea In Route to America Residence: 2 JUN 1709 St. Catherine's camp near London with other Palatines waiting transportation to America Religion: Lutheran Occupation: Husbandman Occupation: Vine dresser Immigration: 1709 Immigrated through London to New York Note: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0022812Going back to the immigrant, we find him in Balthasar Loesch, as the name was spelled in its German form and as it was retained through several generations in this country. Balthasar Loesch and his wife, Susan R. Loesch, lived at Gensheim, Germany, near Worms. In 1710, not long after the close of the thirty years war, they were part of a German colony sent to America by Queen Ann. They settled in the Province of New York in 1713. There were two sons of record in the family of Balthasar Loesch: John Adam Loesch and John George Loesch. About 1723 these two sons moved to Tolpehocken District in Berks County, Pennsylvania. | http://www.fmoran.com/loesch.htmlBalthazar Loesch was born in 1671 in Gernsheim, near Worms. He left London on December 25, 1709, with other Palatine immigrants, but died on the voyage along with many others. The survivors reached New York in June 1710, encamping initially on Nuttings, now Governors Island NY, and from there moving to Livingston Manor and Schoharie Valley, NY, later to Berks Co. PA. His wife Susanna Phillipina Gering, from Ginsheim-Gustavsburg, Germany, survived, as did at least four children.| http://www.rootsweb.com/~cascgs/lesh/aqwn03.htmJohann Balthasar LESCH|Lutheran; occupation Gemeinsmann at Trebur. To America 1709-10. See "The Palatine Familites of New York," by Henry Z. Jones, vol. I, 1985, pp. 554-557. March 1992 IGI gives place of marriage as Trebur, lStarkensurg, Hesse-Darmstadt.| http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:sMd4C6O-nYQJ:www.tricountyi.net/asmullen/Markelsville/Ancestors/lesh.htm+%22Susannah+Philippina+Gering%22&hl=en&lr=lang_en|Johann Balthasar LESH 1734-1802 Burial: Hamlin, Lebanon, PA. Johann Balthasar (Balthazer, Balthazar) Lesh(Lesch) tombstone gives his birth as 1730, however, records at Reed's Church gives his birth as 1734. He was a revolutionary soldier. He married first Anna Maria; they had three children within two 1755 and 1757: John, Benjamin and Jacob. Let's assume Anna died in child birth. Balthasar remarried about 1759 in Berks, PA. to Anna Christina HEIL b. 1740. They had nine children all b. in Berks, PA.:|Anna Maria b: 1760 Johann Peter b: 1763 Johann Bathazar Jr. b: 1765Maria Salome b: 1767 Johann George b: 1770 Maria Barbara b: 1774 Anna Catharine b: 1775 Elizabeth b: 1779 Christina |The Lesh ancestors did not arrive in Juniata Township until about 1840. However they came to America about 1720; settled in Schoharie, New York before coming to the Susquehanna valley. It's an interesting story. It was the custom to give their sons the first name of the father and they were known by their middle name. So it is confusing. Also remember Markelsville didn't get its name until after 1853 when George Markel bought "Pretty Meadows".|The grandfather of Balthasar Lesch was Jacob Losch. Hans Jacob Losch, s/o Jacob Losch, md. Anna Margaretha, d/o Wendel Latheimer (?) - Gerichtsmann at Wiebheim an dem Heipt(?), 16 Nov 1658 (Trebur Chbk.)." In Henry Z. Jones' second book more clarifying information on the Lesch family has been found at 6095 Ginsheim-Gustavsburg (10 km s.e. of Wiesbaden; Chbks begin 1664). The correct name for the bride who married 16 Nov 1658 at Trebur to Hans Jacob Losch was Anna Margaretha, d/o Wendel Laubensheimer - Gerichtsmann of Ginsheim"an dem Heipt." Comment: Johan Balthasar is reported as having died at sea by William W. Lesh. However, as reported in the Henry Z. Jones' book, records maintained by Governor Hunter listing the head of the household and the numbers of individuals in that household with approximate ages, Balthasar Lesch/Loesch was first included on the Hunter lists July 1, 1710 with two persons over ten years of age and three persons under ten. The Hunter lists for December 24, 1711, show, however, Susanna Lesch/Loesch with three persons over the age of ten and one under ten. It is thus speculated that sometime between July 1, 1710 and December 1711 Susanna's husband died. Whether he died from the ill effects of the voyage or another reason will probably never be known. Bathasar was a farmer and vinedresser.
Note: 1996 by Pennsylvania Chapter of Palatines to America. by Terry L. McAfee. Place of origin: Gi
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