U.S. States: Ohio: Montgomery County
The following from Paul Henkle's Journal. Henkle was a Lutheran German speaking pastor who traveled as a missionary from Virginia to Germantown in the summer of 1806. This list was at the end of his report to the "Ministerium of PA." This has been written by someone who may not have known the spellings, and then translated by someone who was unfamiliar with local names! This was published by Martzolff, Ohio Arch. & Historical Publications. 1914.
A list of the German inhabitants of German Township, in the County of Montgomery, and State of Ohio, taken the 23rd,day of August, in the year of our Lord, 1806.
Philip Gunckel, John Enrich, Christopher Enrich, Wilhelm Enrich, Sr., Wilhelm Enrich, Jr., Michael Enrich, Martin Shuy, John Pouly, Ant. Rigerd rd, Jacob Swenk, Adam Stiver, Henry Huble, Henry Christ, Georg Kern, Daniel Kemp, Jacob Kemp, John Kemp, Philip Kemp, John Gebhard, Georg Kahrel, Sr., Georg Kahrel, jr.,John Kahrel, George Morgenstare, John Loy, George Loy, Peter Loy, Gabrial Thomas, Peter Ketrow, Charles Ketrow, John Rum, Fridrich Reed, John Anspach, George Tempel, Michael Temple, Leonhard Stump, Jacob Alwein, Konrad Eisly, Valentin Good, Johothan Lindenmut, Georg Genger, John Wagner, Jacob Brower, John Brower, George Kister, Jacob Henry, John Reisinger, George Boyer, Henry Bumershim, Jacob Koleman, Henry Swartzly, Abraham Swartzly, Jacob Hell, Georg Tittel, George Ramberger, Abraham Neff, John Stiver, Chasper Stiver, Sr., Chasper Stiver, Jr., Androw Zeller, Peter Wile, John Zeller, Fredrich Woolf, Sr., Fredrich Woolf, Jr., Jacob Bouer, Peter Shefer, John Houhrer, Philip Woolf, George Moyer,. John Shupherd, Christopher Shupherd, John Adam Boss Doct., Mathias Regel, Henry Gephard, Daniel Manbule, George Stetler, Henry Stetler, William Stetler, Abraham Pontine, John Berlod, George Gephard, Jr., George Gephard, Sr., Henry Apel, Jacob Wuver, Peter Krietrer, Androw Kreitrer, John Nein, Jacob Smith, Christian Fogelrong, John Keck, David Miller, Daniel Stetler, Nicholaus Cook, Jacob Stetler, John Lengel, Henry Fall, John Gephard, John Gumkee, Peter Reger, John Seiber, Henry Oler.