- The Immigrant Ancestor, Johann Frederick Countryman of Enzberg, commune Maulbrunner duchy of Wurtemberg, landed on Nutters Island June 13, 1710, with his wife Maria Barbara, their three children, and with Rev. Kocherthal's second and last emigration of about 3000 Palatines.
Johann Frederick was a leading churchman in Enzberg, Germany, and held the position of administer at West Camp, New York. His name appears on the subsistence list from June 30, 1710, until September 13, 1712. He and his wife, Maria Barbara, were present at the baptism of their children on April 12, 1714, and August 12, 1716, at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church at West Camp, New York.
Johann Frederick was naturalized at Kingston, New York, on September 8, 1715, with his sons Johann Conrad, Johann George, and Andreas Frantz. Simmendinger's register of 1717 records Johann Frederick, wife Maria Barbara and three children at Hayesbury and the church records note his death at Newtown on September 16, 1717 (Hayesbury was a part of East Camp, located between Huntertown and Queensbury).