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Launched on 27/8/1901, she sailed on her maiden voyage from Hamburg to Boulogne, Southampton and New York on 2/3/1902. Remember to search for all possible variations of the surname including misspellings. document.write("gum@g"); The RHEIN was the type-ship of the Norddeutscher Lloyd RHEIN-class of steamships, designed as freight/emigrant carriers. In 1914, she took refuge in New York and on August 4th, was interned at Hoboken. Friedman 127 E. 59th St. The subsequent enquiry concluded that the Aquitania was too large to be used as an armed merchant cruiser. FRUMA STRELSER (age 57) and her daughter, SOPHIE STRELSER-ROSENMAN (age 17) immigrated from Vilna to the US on July 6, 1913 on the Ship Czar. She was noted as being the largest double-screw vessel in service, and one of the steadiest ships afloat (before the invention of stabilizers) and was very popular with the public. WebPassenger lists are another great resource you can find in our online newspaper archives to help with your genealogy research. In April 1915, she was chartered to Panama Pacific for six months, on a New York-Panama Canal-San Francisco route. than 70 ports in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, and the South Pacific and He is listed as being 28, married, a tailor, from Prushany, had $3 and was going to his brother Noa (?) He was 5'6", had light brown hair and blue eyes. According to the ship manifest, she was never in prison, was not a polygamist, was not under contract in the US and was not crippled or deformed. On 13th Mar.1930 she started a single round voyage between Danzig , Copenhagen , Halifax and New York and was then renamed PULASKI. At the outbreak of the Great War, she took refuge in New York and in April 1917 was seized by US Authorities. Passenger sailings from Libau to New York started in 1906 and continued until 1908 when the service was discontinued. Having been denied entry to the US previously due to an eye infection, BESSIE may have returned under an assumed name. document.write("s.swig"); The Aquitania was the longest serving Cunard liner built in the 20th century and survived service in both World Wars. On its next voyage in this role it collided with the Leyland ship Canadian on 22 August, during thick fog, and had to return to Liverpool . One of the cornerstones in the Cunard Lines fleet was the lines famous conservatism. Her last voyage on this service started on 17th Jul.1914 and on 13th Sep.1914 she commenced Archangel - New York sailings. Commenced her last voyage Southampton - Cherbourg - New York on 1AUG1914 and was transferred to the New York - Liverpool run on 14AUG1914. Converted to an emigrant carrier with third class accommodation for 1,800 passengers, all in 4 berth cabins, she was purchased by the Red Star Line, registered under the Belgian flag & renamed "Gothland" in 1908. The Depression forced the Cunard-White Star Line to retire the Homeric prematurely, and she was sold for scrap. February 21st, 1905, was a day of great public interest. . We are reminded by this Mar.1915 chartered to White Star - Dominion Line for their Liverpool - Halifax - Portland and Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal routes until becoming a troopship. Abraham's wife and children arrived in NY in 1920. Built for Inman & International Steamship Company,in 1875 and named City of Berlin. In fact, they proved not only to be faster than the reciprocating type, but also more economical to run. He stated he was going to New York. At this early stage of her life she gave clear evidence of the reliability of steam turbines by exceeding her sister's top speed by over two knots. Line, St. Andrew 1861, Allan Line (see Waldensian), Statendam 1898, Holland America Zelig SEIFER (Safer) immigrated on the SS Barcelona arriving in NYC 20 DEC 1906. Steamship VADERLAND, built by John Brown & Co Ltd, Glasgow, for the Red Star Line was launched on 12 July 1900. It is believed that Abraham went back to Kamenets-Litovsk and then permanently immigrated to the US in 1915. document.write("to:"); WebSS Breslau (1901), a German cargo ship in service 190114 See also [ edit] SMS Breslau, an Imperial German Navy cruiser in service 19121918 transferred 1914 to the Ottoman Researchers may be required to present photo identification t Line. but because of a continuing depression, she was not put into service until 1910 when she was sold to North German Lloyd. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1240]. Service speed 15 knots. She went back to the name "Gothland" & returned to the Antwerp - New York route for Red Star Line on 23rd Apr.1913. In June 1906, she was damaged when her wool cargo caught fire & was beached & flooded at Plymouth. They paid their passage themselves and had $50. The Gothland was a 7,755 gross ton ship, built in 1893 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast as the "Gothic" for the White Star Line's New Zealand service. Chaia listed her brother "Izik Safer" as her closest relative back home. 8 December 1900 , maiden voyage, Antwerp- Southampton- New York (British flag). Specifications: Length: 675 feet (206.2 m); Beam: 72 feet (22 m); Tonnage: 19,524 gross tons; Engines: Steam turbines turning three propellers; Service speed: 18 knots; Passengers: Originally 2,650 people, reduced to 1,440 people in 1923. 1906. The tragic loss of the Empress of Ireland, and 1,000 of those on board, the day before overshadowed this event. The first of the two ships, the Caronia, was fitted with the traditional type of reciprocating engines. 1915, renamed SOUTHLAND (International Navigation Co); taken up as a troopship. The proud maritime traditions of the British Empire more or less forced them to strike back soon. In September of 1914, under the command of Royal Navy Captain Noel Grant, the Carmania intercepted the Hamburg-Amerika liner Cap Trafalgar, also converted and armed, in the waters off Trinidad. Just like solving a puzzle starts with the first puzzle piece, She enjoys spending her free time with her two teenage daughters who constantly remind her that she knows nothing, herding her three cats, scrapbooking, and researching her dead ancestors. The Pennsylvania sailed from Hamburg. Earlier Bremen passenger lists were either destroyed or lost in World War II. In 1887, she was refitted to carry 80-1st, 80-2nd and 800-3rd class passengers and was t ransferred to the Furness Line ; Dec 1887 she started on Rotterdam - New York service and was immediately sold to the Holland America Line and renamed AMSTERDAM . DAVIS-LIBE DUBINER, age 19, (aka David Rubin) also immigrated on the Rotterdam. August 1916, first voyage for White Star-Dominion (chartered), Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal. He listed his brother-in-law Abraham Friedman on 115 Broome Street at his US destination. The passengers are mainly English, Irish, Scottish, German, Swiss, Her US contact was her brother: "J. Weler" living on 237 E. 113 or 115 St., NYC. ; Passage paid by: husband/father; They had $3.00 between them. Further cruises on this route and New York-Bermuda route were accomplished later in the year. 1930 scrapped at Inverkeithing. Immigrants landing in the Port of New York went to either Castle Gardens or Ellis Island - depending on when they arrived. "Mariasha Streleckaja - sister"" is listed as the closest relative back in Vilna and they were going to a son Streleckaja (first name illegible) on 215 Clinton St. in NYC. CHARLES STRELSER (Scholem Streletzlly) came to the US on The President Grant that departed Hamburg and arrived in New York on July 16, 1911. Pacific, Empress of 16 May 1903, first voyage, Antwerp - New York (Belgian flag). For information on visiting our facility, please call us at 212.401.1620 or 866.840.1752 (toll-free) or view details online. of the World | Immigration Stations, TheShipsList - (Swiggum) All Rights Reserved - Copyright 1997-present They are amnned by 142 mn, distrbuted as follows: 29 deckhands under 4 officers and 9 petty officers; 32 firemen, coalheavers and machinists under 8 engineers, and 57 stewards, cooks, helpers, trimmers etc. Vessels | Company NOTE: Clicking on the Ellis Island link will take you to the Ellis Island website. document.write(".com'>"); The Finland was scrapped in 1928. Cunard soon came up with a way to answer this tough question. There was accommodation for 282-1st, 210-2nd and 1,800-3rd class passengers. It left New York on 3 February and cruised around the Mediterranean . She is listed on line 3, page 0651 of the ship manifest. Sold to American Line,in 1893 and renamed Berlin. On 24th Sep.1902 she rescued the crew of 13 from the sinking Norwegian barque BOTHNIA who had been fighting against rising water for 17 days. written consent of When the Great War finally came to an end, the Carmania and Caronia were kept on to return Canadian soldiers to their home country. 1926, sold for scrapping. ; Built in1879 in Dumbarton at A. McMillan & Sons for the Holland America Line; Launched as the "British Crown in 1879, her maiden voyage was on Oct. 15, 1879 - Liverpool- Philadelphia. The Carmania had received a total of 79 hits, and seven crewmembers were lost in the battle. 18 May 1911, first voyage, Bremen- Philadelphia. She was then renamed "New York" and her accommodation altered to carry 290-1st, 250-2nd and 725-3rd class passengers. Her last sailing on this route started 6th Apr.1901 and she then resumed Antwerp - New York sailings. The NOORDAM was a 12,531 gross ton vessel built in 1901 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the Dutch company, Holland America Line. The manifest lists: Reisel Poincratz (40), Yeheine (16), Frieda (15), Sara (11), Scholem (14) From: Kaminetz-Lit. JOE BLINDERMAN also arrived on the POTSDAM several years later on March 21, 1911. Learn about our markets: 1834 Bodo Heyne: [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.407]. She was 16 years of age and was traveling alone to meet her father, David "Pomerance", in New York. Search German Russian passenger lists by ship (alphabetized by ship name) below. She came on the ship BULGARIA that sailed from Hamburg. Line, Oranje Nassau 1911, Royal Within her hull, she could give 235 first class passengers an outstanding service. Accommodation for 226-1st, 102-2nd and 600-3rd class passengers. Upon immigration, the name was changed from Streleckaja to Strelser. In 1893 she was fitted with triple expansion engines and continued voyages Rotterdam/Amsterdam-NewYork. WebFree databases on TheShipsList, where you can find passenger lists, fleet lists, pictures, ship pictures, shipping schedules, ship descriptions, wreck data, and other information He had paid her passage and she had $25 with her. The Hamburg Passenger Departure Lists 1850-1934 External. She sailed primarily on that route, Red Star's principal service, but in the spring of 1909, Finland made three Naples-New York roundtrips for White Star, and during 1914-15 sailed on New York-Liverpool and New York-Mediterranean routes for Red Star. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index: 2020 Editions new cover depicts After trials north of Scotland , it made its next voyage from Liverpool to New York on 17 July. Outgoing document.write("S. Swiggum"); Three of the DUBINER's arrived in Boston, MA on the Susquehanna on March 12, 1921. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1, p.244]. On 11th Jan.1921 she sailed from Glasgow for New York , Danzig and Libau, and on 23rd Feb.1921 commenced Libau - Danzig - Boston - New York sailings. in Philadelphia. - New World Immigrants a Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists and Associated Data from Periodical Literature by Michael Tepper (Editor); GPC 1988 (2 Volumes) (FS Library US/CAN Book 973 W3tn) More than 27,500 emigrants who arrived from 1618-1878. document.write(""); After the war it was also used in the repatriation of Canadian troops. He had $19 and was going to his brother-in-law, D. POMERANZOW in New York. He came from "Pusene, Russia" and he was 26 years of age and married. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.402][Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.1,p.32]. Scrapped in Holland in 1929. Webnumber on passenger list 1 - Name 2 - Age 3 - Sex 4 - Married or Single 5 - Nationality 6 - Race or People 7 - Last Permanent Residence 8 - Final Destination 9 - Name of Line, Emigration Office, London, November 1928, sold to Japan for scrapping. The PENNSYLVANIA was a 12,891 gross ton ship, length 557.5ft x beam 62ft, one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. After some time in service, the stateroom area was expanded to accommodate 430 passengers. She resumed passenger voyages on 7th Aug.1920 & commenced her last voyage between Antwerp and Philadelphia in March 1925. On April 20, 1907, Julianna and her four sons, who ranged in age from 3 to 11 years old, boarded the RMS Carpathia at the Port of Fiume, Hungary (now Croatia), for a 17-day voyage. 330 nominal horsepower. p913.]. WebBreslau Born: 1891 Apply All Categories Immigration & Travel Passenger Lists New York, U.S., Arriving Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), Izzy was the only one of his siblings to immigrate to the US. They were both of light complexion, he had brown hair and eyes, she had black hair and brown eyes. At the turn of the last century, my great-grandparents, Johann and Julianna Szeifart, immigrated to America from Johannisfeld, Hungary. On 24th Aug.1939, just before the outbreak of WWII, she sailed from Gdynia for Falmouth and was used as a troopship during WWII, was renamed EMPIRE PENRYN under British registry in 1946 and was scrapped at Blyth in 1949. Seized by US Authorities in Apr.1917, she became the US Navy transport BRIDGEPORT . and 'Israel' Pomeranz at 38 East Broadway in NYC. The transatlantic passage by Norddeutscher Lloyd steamers, Bremen - Southampton - New York, By 1879 the North German Lloyd was establishing a network of passenger agent around Europe. However, Cunard's chairman Lord Inverclyde soon found a solution. WebThe Norddeutscher Lloyd - Passenger lists and Emigrant ships from Norway-Heritage Company emblem The S/S Hudson S/S Trave Barbarossa class S/S Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse Rhine class General class Kln class Kaiserin Maria Theresia Kronprinz Wilhelm Kaiser Wilhelm II (2) Steerage passengers --------- Adapted from the Cunard Archives. Collins Line, Baron Renfrew Timber One was to be named Columbus, and the other Hindenburg. Imperator Nicolai II 1898, Russian East Asiatic Co. Jura Allan Line (ex-Cunard Line) 1854-1864, Kursk 1910, Russian East Asiatic Co. / Russian America Line, "Lady Boats" 1928-1929, Canadian National SS, Lake Champlain 1900, Main 1908 Souvenir Passenger List (Bremen to NY) - Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen. Dopplelschrauben-Postdampfer "Main", Kapitan J. Jantzen, von Bremen nach New York, am 7, Marz 1908. Kajuten-Passagiere. [This booklet was distributed to cabin passengers. It may not be as accurate as the passenger manifest] [$] 8 April 1901 , last voyage for the American Line, Southampton- Cherbourg- New York (3 roundtrip voyages). 6 April 1917, seized at Baltimore by the U.S. Government; renamed SUSQUEHANNA (U.S. Navy transport). PENNSYLVANIA / NANSEMOND 1896 1906, passenger accommodation altered to 302 in 2nd class ("including sofas") and 2,774 in steerage. Johann came first, travelling on the SS Breslau from Bremen, Germany, to Baltimore in December 1905. He listed his wife, "Rochel Bliacher" as his nearest relative from whence he came and stated he was going to his brother-in-law, Nathan Pomerantz who was living at 433 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn at the time. Ship Serpent for Baltimore Maryland from Londonerry 30 April 1803. 21st Sep.1929 last voyage London - NY. She started her last Hamburg - New York voyage on 12/5/1899 and was then sold to Sloman of Hamburg and renamed BARCELONA. Based on that we have found an immigration record for "Leie Sokolski", ethnicity Russian, Hebrew, last place of residence "Wijsoki", married, age 27 who arrived in the US on July 16, 1903 on the AMSTERDAM that sailed from Rotterdam. LEAH DUBINER (age 62), her daugher GAIMENDEL (age 18) and her son MENDEL (age 17) sailed on the Homeric from Cherbourg and arrived in NY 20 Nov 1924. The PENNSYLVANIA rammed and sank the Hamburg schooner GERTRUD on 8th Mar.1910 in the mouth of the River Elbe. She stated she was from "Wisoiki, Russia" and was going to her brother, Yankel Czesler at 317-319 E. 3rd Street, NYC. She was built in 1908 He listed his nearest relative from where he lived as STRELESKI, MO (his father Mordechai) and he was headed to his uncle, Harry Berman, in Camden, NJ. Line (ex-Arawa, Shaw, Saville & Albion), Lake Simcoe 1884, Beaver Line (ex-Ems, North German Lloyd), Manhatten, United States The walls were adorned with prints of English seaports and portraits of Royalty and prominent people of the day. She then became a US Troopship and ran between San Francisco, Hawaii and Manila and from 1932-1941 was used between New York, Panama, San Francisco and Honolulu. In 1923 she again had a refit during which her passenger accommodations were reduced to 1,440 people, mainly to make her suitable as a winter-month cruise ship. She was built in 1903 by Harland & Wolff at Belfast as the SERVIAN for Wilson and Furness - Leyland Line's North Atlantic service, which failed to materialise. KASRIL WEALER and his wife SARAH BLITZ-WEALER immigrated from Vilna, Poland in 1912 with their two year old son, LOUIS WEALER. He is listed as traveling with his sister SORE STRELETSKY who was eighteen and a tailoress. Ship Ardent for Baltimore Maryland from Londonerry 23 April 1803. According to the manifest, he was born in Wilna, Russia. Call sign: RKNC Master: Captain G. Schmidt, appointed to the ship in 1904 Rigging: Steel single screw Schooner; 2 decks with 3 tiers of beams; fitted with electric light and refrigerating machinery.Tonnage: 5,441 tons gross, 4,492 under deck and 3,477 net. Her maiden voyage started 23rd Nov.1901 when she left Bremen for New York , and on 3rd Apr.1902 she started her first Bremen - Baltimore sailing. True, the arrival at port might be two or three weeks late, but at least the steamer did not have to suffer the indignity of being towed into harbor. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.403]. WebJurriaan Probatski adelborst (Soldier) from Breslau [NNC. The Carmania was ready for service again on November 23rd. Line, Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, 1907, North German Lloyd, Royal Edward (ex Cairo), Canadian Northern Steamships, Royal William, City of Dublin Built by J & G.Thomson, Glasgow and launched for the Red Star Line on 15th Aug.1889. solving the mystery of a familys history starts with one great source. 26 June 1900 , first voyage, Barcelona - Malaga - Cadiz - New York - Havana . 4,377 tons; 113,7 x 13,2 meters (length x breadth); straight stem, 1 funnel, 2 masts; single screw propulsion, triple-expansion engines, service speed 14 knots; accommodation for 30 passengers in 1st class and 1,400 in steerage; crew of 78. Public and he was Russian and Hebrew. There was capacity for 20-1st and 1,100-3rd class passengers. It was then requisitioned by the Government to serve as an armed merchant cruiser and was converted for this role in Liverpool . In her free time, Jill is an amateur genealogist. Built for Holland - America Line,Dutch flag,in 1901 and named Rijndam. document.write("slist@g"); In 1930 it was even used as an art gallery for one voyage. 7.1.2 Bremen Passenger Lists 7.1.3 German Emigration Indexes 7.1.4 Germans to America 7.2 Online Databases Restricted to FamilySearch Center Use 7.2.1 German Emigration Card Indexes 7.3 Microfilmed Records at the FamilySearch Library, Salt Lake City 7.3.1 Passport and Emigration Applications 7.4 Databases of FamilySearch She made regular runs to and from Rotterdam - New York from 1888 1893. ZEELAND / NORTHLAND / MINNESOTA 1901 6,757 gross tons, 419.6ft x 54.5ft, single screw, speed 12 knots, accommodation for 50-1st and 900-3rd class passengers. To make everything as equal as possible, the two ships would be built by the same shipyard - John Brown & Co. Ltd. There was accommodation for 540-1st, 200-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers. 16 December 1889 , maiden voyage, Hamburg - Havre - New York . (We have no record of any such cousin.) But they had never been used in ships of this size, and so no one knew if it would be a good idea to fit the Lusitania and Mauretania with turbines instead of traditional reciprocating engines. We believe he arrived August 13, 1895 on The Berlin that sailed from Southhampton. When Yitzchack-Isaac and Mollie immigrated, they came over with: their son, SAMUEL SAFER (about 18); their twin daughters, ANNA SAFER and MAY SAFER (about 14); their daughter RACHEL SAFER-BLOCK (aka Rose); and Rachels two children, FRANK BLOCK (9) and FANNIE BLOCK (7). Mail Steam-Packet Company, Church Emigration Society Poster - Lake Superior 1887, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, View From River, c1927, Wards Island Immigration Station, NY, She was rebuilt: 11,494 tons, steerage passengers only. Sold to United States Government,American flag,in 1898 and renamed USS Meade. Launched on 18/5/1870, she sailed from Hamburg on her maiden voyage to New York on 27/10/1870. Used as a troopship. The were all headed to Taube's other son, Davis-Libe Dubiner who was living at 42 Gouverneur St. in NY. The ship was interned in Pernambuco on the outbreak of WW1 and became owned in Brazil. In Aug.1901 she resumed the Antwerp - Philadelphia route and in 1902 became 3rd class only. The ship lists were originally published in the weekly newspaper Allgemeine Auswanderungs-Zeitung; contains a surname index. Volume: 34,352 gross tons; This was one of his four trips. Ronya and her sister Celia (who arrived in 1910) both listed Abram Friedman, 260 Madison St., NYC as their contact in the US. This use of the great liners was soon to be proven unsuitable, but the Carmania was one of the few ships that made good use in this guise. The Russia was equipped with the distinctive clipper bow and the sleek and streamlined look made the Russia appear a very powerful vessel. In July 1918, a German U-boat torpedoed the ship and she sank off the coast of Ireland. 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