Do you have the info on Christina Hassinger?I'm told that the Hassinger family was researched in Schornsheim, Germany by Claude Unger and that his research is available at the Tulpehocken Historical Society.There's some discrepancy in the Schornsheim information that I can find on the internet.
Here's the passenger list of the Judith, on which Christina's father Johannes and Michael Unger arrived:
***** from A Collection of upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776.I. Daniel Rupp.Philadelphia, 1876.Second Revised Edition.
Sept. 15, 1748. Foreigners imported in the ship Judith, James Tait, Captain, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes.
Conrad Hinkel * Philip Knobel Augustus Eygenbrod Henry Althaus * Valentin Welcker William Cuntz * Christian Schmid Johannes Stehr Casper Amhyser Friederich Gass Erhart Miller * Johannes Mayer Hans Peter Shaller Hans Michael Gohr Johan Adam Leidig Joh. Nicolaus Copia Johan Adam Meyer Christ Peter Sauerman Joh. Lorentz Weygandt Nicklas Ackermann Joh. Michael Serfriedt Christian Dapper * Joh. Esaias Weisskob Johannes Hassinger Ulrich Rathmacher Conrad Weigand Valentin Ardt Johannes Schall Michael Ungar * Johannes Schuey Jacob Becker Mattheis Lescher Jacob Seyvert * Peter Glick Conrath Rhein Thebus Spees * Jacob Motz Johan Jacob Hassinger Joh. Michel Baussmann Phil. Anthon Sauermann Joh. Peter Heckmann Johan Georg Raster Johan Henrich Beitzel Paulus Bender Geo. Michel Wamkessel Han Georg Arend Heinrich Bub Georg Melchior Stuber Christophel Sauer Joh. Henrich Brosius.
From original German signature unless marked with * * From name written by clerk ? Original German signature difficult to decipher