1John W. Wayland, Germanna Outpost of Adventure 1714-1956, The McClure Printing company, Staunton, Virginia 1956. " The Second Germanna Colony, which came in 1717, was entirely distinct from the first; in fact, when leaving Germany its destination was Pennsylvania and not Virginia, and it finally reached virginia through the force of circumstance for which they were not responsible and which they could not control. This colony was composed chiefly of Lutherans. It numbered about eighty persons, comprised in twenty families , coming from Alsace, the Palatinate and adjacent districts in Germany. The records of Spotsylvania show that Christopher Pavler or Parlur and wife Pauera were among the twwenty families."
1Brøderbund Software, Inc., Family Archive #310, Census Index: Colonial America, 1607-1789, Release date: November 11, 1995, , . Indexed records. Source Media Type: Family Archive CD. "Date of Import: 20 Jan 2000."
2Brøderbund Software, Inc., Family Archive #310, Census Index: Colonial America, 1607-1789, . "Date of Import: 20 Jan 2000."