DAniel Harman/Herman is my ancestor through hi9s son Nicholas. Using "DANIEL'S LINE" pg 30. "The following letter from Reverend Fred Weiser, ecitor of Der Reggeboge, quarterly of the Pennsylvania German Society, dated November 8, 1977, throws important light on both Daniel's wife and one of his daughters, Salmene or Salome.
"Johanna Leinbach, nee Hermann born March 16, 1718 in "Canestoge" in Pennsylvania, of Reformed parentage but remained unbaptized until May 6, 1742 when she was baptized by Brother Ludwig (Zinzendorf) with the name Johanna and LOST her former name Salome. Her parents are Daniel Herrmann and Mrs Cath.Eliesabeth nee Obermuller.
"(In the entry of Joh. Henrich Leinbach, b.Nov.26, 1705, Hochstadt in German, son of Johannes and Eliesabeth Kleiss - came 1723, a farmer, married Nov.2, 1739 Salome, Now Johanna, nee Herrmann.) Sons Daniel, Henrich, Christian, Johannes Daughters Anna, Eliesabeth, Anna Cath., Maria, Christina, Salome(deceased).
Saloome who is now Johanna was born in Switzerland as she is found in England in 1709 along with her birth mother and father and brother Christian.This family is found on the first arrivals. Mary Elizabeth Obermuller was Daniel's second wife. She is found on the second ship arrival as a "single person".
Hope this answers your questions. Do you descen from this line? Please note that the spelling of "Herrmann" has never been spelled that way only in this article. It has always been spelled HARMAN or HERMAN.Dr Weiser is doubly related to me through Nicholas Herman and also through our Rudisill lines.