I have coresponded with you once before if you remember.
Philip Jacob wasn't the immigrant it was his father and the Volume X of the detailed reports says (probably) on the 3rd Swabian Transport.Dr. Fenwick Jones and I have discussed this and he admitted that he didn't know where the Greiner's came from, but that since one of them stated in a land grant application that he had been in the province of Georgia for 15 years, that he (Dr. Jones) counted back and placed the Greiners on the 3rd swabian.
Actually they came to Purysburg, South Carolina in 1735 and moved over into Georgia in 1750 and that is why the applicant stated he had been in this province for 15 years.Dr. Jones has since recanted his placing them on the 3rd Swabian, but you cannot change what has already been printed.If you look in the book "TheGeorgia Dutch" written by Dr. Jones later on, published in 1992, he recants and states on page 152 that they were from Purysburg.
If you can find a copy of the "History of Screven County Georgia" in there you will find the true picture and lineage of the immigrant down through the first 4 generations.If you cannot find this book in your local library contact me via e-mail with your postal mailing address and I will send you a photo copy of the articles on the Greiner/Griner family written by me for this puplication in 1989.
Robert F. "Bob" Griner, Past President Georgia Salzburger Society