Surname talk:Coonradt

Dave, Your notes on Coonradt's coming to America have one item I suspect might be a typo: "In the winter of 1769 alone some 13,000 destitute Palatinates crossed into England. And of these some 3,000 were taken by the newly appointed governor of New York, Col. Robert Hunter, for labor in a pine tar project in Livingstone Manor, just south of Rensselaerswack. Among these was one young man, Heinrich Coonradt, the first of that name to reach American shores." Wasn't the year 1709? Bud--Thesamebud 15:00, 9 October 2007 (EDT)