1. Tobias Schaubhut
1Ralph B. Strassburger, William J. Hinke (ed.), Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Lancaster, PA: Pennsyvania-German Society, 1934, p. 18.
See message of 7 Mar. 2008 from Les Bowser. "The Nassau (#337) with a date of Oct. 11, 1786 has 21 names including Tobias Shipherd." Is that Tobias Schaubhut?.
2Grubb, Farley, Runaway Servants, Convicts, and Apprentices Advertised in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1796, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1992, p. 156.
Indexed on Ancestry.com.
"Tobias Shaubhut, a 25-year-old German tailor (lately arrived), ran away 3 days ago (Sunday). He is 5'7". His master, William Wood of Philadelphia, offers a maximum reward of 4 dollars. Newspaper dated 11/15/1786."
3"RUN away from the subscribers, on Sunday evening...", The Pennsylvania Gazette, 15 Nov. 1786, Accessible Archives, www.accessiblearchives.com.
Website accessed on 26 Mar. 2011.
"RUN away from the subscribers, on Sunday evening, the 12th instant, two German servants, one named Johann George Geissel, about 20 years of age, a chunkey thick set fellow, has strait dark brown hair, dark complexion and a down look; had on a round hat, with a ribbon and buckles, light drab coat with yellow buttons, a dark orange coloured jacket, black cotton velvet breeches, white ribbed stockings and old shoes, with square buckles, he pretends to understand the stone-cutters business, as also a mason and bricklayer. The other named Tobias Shaubhut, a taylor by trade, about 25 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, has a smooth face, dark hair, tied behind; had on a dark green coat, white jacket, nankeen breeches, cotton stockings with black stripes round them, and new shoes. --- They both speak broken English, and lately arrived here from London. They were seen about nine o'clock the same evening in Campingtown. Whoever takes up and secures said servants, so that their masters may get them again, shall have FOUR DOLLARS reward for each, and reasonable charges, paid by WILLIAM STILES, stone-cutter, in Third street, near Spruce street, or WILLIAM WOOD, taylor, in Third street, near Market street. November 14, 1786."
4Debra D. Smith and Frederick S. Weiser, Trinity Lutheran Church Records, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Apollo, PA: Closson Press, c. 1998, pp. 322, 349., New England Historic Genealogical Society, 101 Newbury St., Boston, MA 02116-3007, Rick Crume's file C 1540.
"Schaubhet [sic], Tobias, single, of Lancaster, at the time of St. Michaels in 1787 & 1788 with John Wien. Schaubhut, Tobias, at the time of St. Michaels in 1790."
5Schwalm, Glenn P., Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, New Holland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Parish Records, Volume 1, 1730-1813, p. 278, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, US/Can Book 974.815/N2 K29nw.
Rick Crume's file C 1558. Churches and Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: A Complete Guide, by A. Hunter Rineer,Jr. (Lancaster, Penna.: Lancaster County Historical Society, 1993; Family History Library, US/CAN 974.815 K2r), page 336, says that records of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, New Holland, include baptisms, 1730+; marriages, 1730-1766, 1783, 1790-1795, 1798+; and burials, 1798+.
"16th Sunday after Trinity 1791. Schaubhuth, Thomas."
The list for the "16th Sunday after Trinity 1791" (9 Oct. 1791) shows 40 names, apparently confirmands. The only Maria on the list is Maria Berkenheuser. Other women named Maria appearing in lists of confirmands near that date include Maria Berlitz (1790, page 277) and Maria Jordan (1791, page 278).
61800 U.S. Census, Rapho, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, Roll 39, p. 255.
"Tobias Shafwood. Males: 4 (under 10), 1 (16-26), 1 (26-45). Females: 1 (10-16), 1 (26-45)."
The names are listed alphabetically, so you can't identify someone's neighbors.