Deutschland, Bremen, Namenskartei aus den Bremen Schiffslisten, Use the age to find an approximate birth year to begin your search in church or civil records, Continue to search the records to identify children, siblings, parents, and other relatives who may have moved, been recruited or lived nearby. Ajax 11 September Galliot Themis 24 July For example, from 1841-1846, 115,000 emigrants left Europe via Bremen; however, only 11,000 emigrants departed via Hamburg. Transcribed Ships Manifests Departing from Germany Ports of departure include: Altona, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Cuxhaven, Geestemunde, Hamburg, Stettin, Swinemunde (currently Swinoujscie, Poland), German Unspecified Ports Search by Year of Departure [1700s] [1800s] [1810s] [1820s] [1830s] [1840s] [1850s] [1860s] [1870s] [1880s] [1890s] [1900 - 1950s] Charlemagne 15 July Except for the discovery of transcripts of Bremen lists for the years 1907-1908 and 1913-1914 at the German State Archives in Koblentz, no copies of the Bremen passenger lists have ever come to light. Stephani 3 June Philadelphia 12 July Louise 10 October Charlotte 20 September Constitution 15 November The GG Archives is the work and passion of two people, Paul Gjenvick, a professional archivist, and Evelyne Gjenvick, a curator. Henry 15 October Ann 1 September Bremen 21 November The panic of 1873 set in and held up further advances. North 14 September Barque Pioneer 21 September, 1845 Ship D.H. Watjen 25 November, 1862 These records are written in German. In 1873 the Hapag fell into a rate war with the newly founded Adler Line, established to partake in the profits of the transatlantic trade. Ship Copernicus 2 June Bremen 21 November Bark Gutenberg 16 May Rainbow 26 August 1845 To view the purposes they believe they have legitimate interest for, or to object to this data processing use the vendor list link below. From 1850 to 1891, 41 percent of German and east European emigrants left via the port of Bremen (Germany), 30 percent via Hamburg (Germany), 16 percent via Le Havre (France), 8 percent via Antwerp (Belgium), and 5 percent via several ports in the Netherlands. Gustav 23 October Neptune 23 November SS Braunschweig 17 November Therefore, if your ancestors emigrated to the U.S. from Germany, they could be found on a passenger list coming from Liverpool, England (if, in this case, the ship left from Bremen, Germany then continued on to Liverpool, England before arriving in Baltimore). Telegraph 25 April By 1914, more than one million Eastern European Jews had emigrated to the United States through the port of Hamburg. Wills or testaments of relatives who stayed in Germany occasionally mention their relatives in foreign lands. Add this new information to your records of each family. When in 1910 the Hapag and Woermann decided to establish a direct connection between New York and West Africa, they announced the following program:[7] The steamship Carl Woermann will begin in December a new and direct service between this port and the west coast of Africa, under the joint auspices of the Hamburg- American and Woermann lines. General Veazie 8 November Cordova 24 November Bremen started her South America cruise on 11 February 1939, and was the first ship of this size to traverse the Panama Canal. Diana 3 June Bark Freihandel 1 June Who Should Emigrate to Canada and USA (1883), Emigration of Women from Great Britain in 1888, In The Paths of Immigration to America - 1902, Emigration from Rotterdam, Netherlands (1903), Considering The Causes of Emigration (1904), Italy's Attitude Toward Her Emigrants - 1905, The Human Side of Immigration - Italian Emigration to America (1906), Emigrants leaving Europe via Rotterdam (1908), Emigration from the German Ports of Hamburg and Bremen (1911), Medical & Mental Inspection of Immigrants. Ship Julius & Eduard Passenger List - Bremen to Baltimore 1834 . [2] Fitger: Die wirtschaftliche und technische Entwicklung der Seeschiffahrt, 1903, page 19. Many cards are not in sequence. General Veazie 8 November anyone without the express written consent of the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild LLC. Friedrich Jacob 16 June SS Oder 28 January What motive may influence the Hapag in a move of this sort is indicated by the rise and fall of the line from New York to the Levant (through to Constantinople and Odessa), maintained by the Hapag and the German Levant Line in common, 1901-04. Ship President Smidt 28 August Philadelphia 21 September Albert 19 August Garonne 21 August Rajah 28 October The ship logo, which is still used in part, was . Pauline 9 October Stephani 30 December Marianne 20 September Martha 1 September Martha 1 September SS Donau 29 April, 1879 Local newspapers often told of residents in their area moving to other lands. Kammonham Roy 18 August Inez 2 December This database also includes transcriptions of card indexes for Bremen passenger lists from 1907-1908 and 1913-1914 (also see . Mauran 11 November Before that a passport was a form of recommendation. The Kosmos also has a line from Genoa to West America and in the course of its career has bought up the rival Hamburg Pacific Steamship Company. SS Salier 8 July [1], Read all about emigrating through Hamburg by clicking on Germany Emigration and Immigration, A very important tool in tracing German immigrants can be the Hamburg Passenger Lists, which cover the years 1850-1934. Edwina 30 June If you find an ancestor on a ship on ISTG and would like to link to your email address or home page, please submit a short paragraph about the passenger, where settled, children, etc., with the name of the ship and date of arrival, and send to the . Johann Friedrich 19 June It is a common form of agreement in Germany and one by which the all-powerful Hapag has come to have a share in nearly every other profitable steamship company in Hamburg. Albert 19 August Agnes 29 December Favorite 12 November Agnes 29 December Bark Union 6 October are not known to have survived for sailing ships from Germany. The "Ordinance Concerning the Emigration Traveling on Domestic or Foreign Ships" of 1832 in Bremen was the first state law to protect emigrants. Ship Ocean 13 January German Departures - 1840s German Departures 1840s Elise Louise Friedericke Alexander Humphrey Anna Olbers Charlotte Gustav Europe Elise F H Adami Johann Georg Ferdinand Sophie Copernicus Louis Stern Charlotte Ernst and Gustav Everhard Pilot Neptune President President Johannes Active Alexander Humphrey Clementine Edward Virginia Lucilla Description [ edit] The ship was 357 feet 0 inches (108.81 m) long, with a beam of 41 feet 0 inches (12.50 m) and a depth of 26 feet 0 inches (7.92 m). There are additional sources listed in the FamilySearch Catalog: These links lead to listings of emigration records for several provinces/states of the German Empire: This website requires a paid subscription for full access. Ferdinand 15 August Diana 3 June Ship Jason 7 December, 1853 This page was last edited on 29 December 2022, at 13:54. This page has been viewed 197,393 times (0 via redirect). Starting in 1895, emigrants were segregated based on wealth. Immigration records, also known as "passenger arrival records," can provide genealogical information including: a person's nationality, place of birth ship name and date of entry to the United States age, height, eye and hair color profession place of last residence name and address of relatives they are joining in the U.S. Marianne 20 September Our research into the RMS Laconia and SS Bergensfjord, the ships that brought two members of the Gjnvik family from Norway to the United States in the early 20th century, has helped us design our site for other genealogists. Luise 3 June Constitution 15 November Ship O. Thyen 23 June, 1855 Eutaw 15 September Caroline 23 July History of Emigration from the German Ports of Hamburg and Bremen with a discussion of how the two major steamship companies competed with one another for the immigrant trade. Goethe 7 July Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. Paoli 20 December Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Caspar 22 September Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939 Most of the Bremen, Germany passenger departure records were destroyed. Identifying your sources helps others find the records you used. In the ports controlled by the Hanse city of Bremen, ship . Johann Friedrich 19 June Arab 8 September 1833 Phoenix 10 September Ship Aurora 19 September Bremen Packet 16 October Brunswick 17 October. Article by John Movius with David Dreyer. The struggle was terminated in 1886, when the Hapag and the Union companies combined their schedules. Diana 5 August Post 23 June Ship Andalusia 22 August Louise 10 October In 1890 the German East African Line was established with a subsidy of 900,000 marks yearly, given to assure regular connection between Germany and her colony of German East Africa. Schooner Leo 25 June In the 19th century emigration to the United States began. They are transcribed also. [1] In view of the luxury that prevails on the companys New York boats and the prices which passengers must pay for it, it is suggested that the initial letters mean, Haben alle Passagiere auch Geld? (Are all passengers well supplied with money?). [5] GGA Image ID # 141409098a. Some of our partners may process your data as a part of their legitimate business interest without asking for consent. Goethe 7 July Bremen 14 September Its subsidy amounts to 1,350,000 marks per year and a considerable part of its service is performed by the Hapag. This collection includes records from 1904 to 1914 of handwritten cards, covering the information of approximately 8,800 passengers. Sophronia 13 September Lucilla 3 August Stephani 3 June By David Luhrssen. I Found the Person I Was Looking For, What Now? They could not transfer their privileges to their children. Bark Laura 22 April Clarissa Perkins 11 July Goethe 25 July Germany now exports largely to the United States, but her exports are primarily manufactured articles of high specific value and small bulk. The extent of original materials at the GG Archives can be very beneficial when researching your family's migration from Europe. The records are found in the State Archive Hamburg. This page was last edited on 5 December 2022, at 21:20. This attracted even more emigrants to the port of Hamburg. Humphrey 13 February Anna 17 February Albert 17 February In 1895 the German emigration dropped to 82,000 and has never since reached 50,000. This card file was created by the Deutsches Ausland-Institut from Bremen passenger ship lists sometime between WWI and WWII. Created & Maintained by the ISTGImmigrant Ships Transcribers Guild LLC The New Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild logo was designed by Patty MacFarlane. Neptune 4 August Caspar 21 August Philadelphia 22 August 1844 Anna 10 November Bark Johanna 16 May Ajax 11 September Trenton 16 December Edward 24 July Apollo 7 July Clementine 18 January Especially was this true for the years 1865- 66-67. Mercur 24 August Isabella 28 August Bachus 12 September Howard 6 September Margaretha 1 September Bremen, Germany. Bark Freihandel 23 September Kepler 17 December Sarah Ann 6 October Semiramis 18 August SS Neckar 21 January Bark Amaranth 20 November 1874 - lists 1832-1872 burned Brig Josephine 8 November, 1846 Telumah 12 November She arrived in New York on July 4, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Admiral Branning 1 November Ship Aurora 19 September Sarah Ann 6 October Telegraph 25 April This relation* was formerly 3:1 or 4:1 in sailing ships. Intends to provide a searchable database of all European emigrants who emigrated to North America from German ports between 1820 and 1939. Most emigrants left Germany during the following periods: The earliest German emigrants went down the Rhine River and left Europe from Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Until 1850, Bremen was a more popular port than Hamburg. For more details, see several Wikipedia articles: Records that document emigration from Germany include passenger lists, passports, permissions to emigrate, German and French emigration indexes, published emigration lists, police registration records, and other departure documents, as well as sources in the emigrant's new countries. Howard 1 May The records of departures from these ports are called passenger lists. Humphrey 10 July Bark E.J. Requisitioned by the Kriegsmarine and used as a supply ship during the German invasion of Norway. Isabella 28 August When the allies occupied Germany at the end of WWII, the Institute was closed and later re-opened as the Institut fr Austlandsbeziehungen. Apollo 7 July Inez 2 December Ship Mississippi 16 July An example of data being processed may be a unique identifier stored in a cookie. The German companies were hard hit when the American panic of 1907 set in and ruined their emigration business for 1908. Brig Bremen 18 July DEUTSCHLAND. Everhard 25 May Luise 22 May Rajah 28 October General Washington 24 November, 1841 Hamburg was the transitional stop for emigrants from the Northern German coastal countries as well as from Eastern European countries. Pauline 7 October Bremen 9 August Profit and loss are distributed according to the tonnage of steamers which each company supplies. Brig Jon. Arab 8 September Barque Diana 12 June, 1862 Clementine 11 February Louise 24 October Charlotte 30 June Diana 11 November To improve Hamburg's reputation as an emigration port, the Senate passed laws to protect emigrants and guaranteed sufficient food, space, and medical care on the journey. Stephani 30 December Bremen had had a packet sailing line to New York since 1826. Only a few Germans emigrated from other European ports. Brig Stern 7 September Condor 9 August Howard 22 October Grace Brown 17 July After ten years of service, she had almost 190 transatlantic voyages completed. Louise 21 May Bremen 21 November Borgstede 22 May Elise 19 July Bark Iris 13 June Citizens were required to tell the police or the Einwohnermeldeamt [resident registration office] when they moved. Sir Isaac Newton 30 October Elise 8 September Friederich Jacob 9 December Immigration & Steamships - Collections & Research Immigration & Steamships Tap or click on a column heading to sort by that column. General Veazie 8 November Louise 13 October America 12 July Sarah Ann 6 October Among other things it required the ship owners to maintain passenger lists. Delivered to ship breakers for scrapping in April 1961. Caspar 22 September Bark Constitution 31 May A P Sharp 12 November Bark Mississippi 10 June Constitution 23 June In the meantime other lines had not been idle. Josephine 8 November Mauran 11 November As many as one-fifth of the passengers did not survive the crossing to America. I Can't Find the Person I'm Looking For, What Now? Jaroschewski, Tuila. Stephani 30 December FREE. Eutaw 15 September Contact Us. The port of Bremen, Germany was a major point of embarkation for emigrations during the 19th and 20th centuries. The information contained in this index is for the years 1907-1908 and 1913-1914 only. An agreement of July 1999 between the Bremen Chamber of Commerce and the Bremen Society for Genealogical Investigation, DIE MAUS ("The Mouse"), provides the basis for digitizing the passenger lists by members of DIE MAUS (i.e. Olbers 4 April Eliza Thornton 30 October Meta 4 January Constitution 7 April Elise 6 December SS Donau 8 January Astracan 23 December SS Main 17 August "Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939". 1841 Heretofore all trade between the United States and the west coast has been carried by way of Hamburg and Liverpool. The Hapags three sailing vessels of 1848 maintained a monthly service with New York, averaging forty-one days on the ocean west-bound, twenty-nine days east-bound. Ship Johanne Wilhelmine 5 November While still cramped, hygiene was much better than the old sailing ships. Friedrich Leo 2 August Whenever possible FamilySearch makes images and indexes available for all users. Louise 21 May SS Ohio 1 November Meta 4 January General Veazie 5 November Tap or click on a vessel to view images. The considerable traffic from New York to the Levant, transshipped at Hamburg, was threatened by the prospect in 1901 that a direct Russian or Italian line would be established. Lucilla 3rd Quarter Louise 24 October Europa 18 January N W Stevens 23 October Passports were both status symbol for uninterrupted travel and legal documentation for members belonging to fringe groups. Elise 8 September Paoli 9 August Bark Adonis 1 June Ferdinand 15 August It was a war that lasted three years. Lucilla 3rd Quarter Foreigners and servants were registered and those in need of passports. Elizabeth 15 January Olbers 12 December Ship Phoenix 19 May Bremen (Wikipedia) Diana 21 November Clarissa Perkins 11 July Europa 18 January Marianne 20 July In 1888 the Hamburg-Australian Steamship Company came into life. Olbers 13 June SS Arago 12 June So the Hapag and the German Levant Line instituted the direct connection themselves and continued it for three years. Eutaw 15 September Brig Bremen 18 July Bashan 3 November Caspar 22 September Alfred 30 October Olbers 8 December Clementine 28 July Content: Passenger lists. Herschel 15 August Devonshire 18 November Bark Atlantic 10 June, 1866 We and our partners use data for Personalised ads and content, ad and content measurement, audience insights and product development. Rebecca 2 January Amelia 4 August The Hapag was left with a fleet out of all proportion to its needs, into which it could not grow for years to come. This page was last edited on 29 December 2022, at 13:55. This may require viewing multiple records or images. Bark Johanna 18 May, 1876 Monday - Friday 9am-4pm; Saturday & Sunday Closed; Nov. 24 & 25 Closed; Dec. 24-Jan. 2 Closed; Assistance with Library research is available W-TH 9am-4pm, F 9am-Noon. Brig Bremen 18 July Bremen, along with Hamburg and Luebeck, was of of the three major trans-shipping centers from northern Germany. Bark Auguste 4 October Luise 3 January Knickerbocker 9 September Philadelphia 4 January Kepler 17 December The index was created to facilitate access to the information in the Bremen passenger lists. Rainbow 26 August She was sold to Italy in 1896 and was renamed Seravalle, being scrapped in that year. Louise 17 May Edwina 30 June This page was last edited on 15 September 2022, at 09:20. Schutzverwandtschaft (17th century-1811,1837-1864), U.S. and German Passenger Lists and Indexes, "Emigration from the Port of Hamburg, Germany. Friedrich Leo 2 August The SS Bremen was built by F. Schichau of Danzig for the Norddeutscher-Lloyd line. Brig Weser 29 December, 1846 Since then the Hapag has been the prime mover in many of the combinations that go to make up the complicated system of agreements, pools, defensive and offensive alliances, and fusions that prevail in ocean shipping today. Mercur 24 August The Canary Islands will be the first port of the service. It was created by the Deutsches Ausland-Institut, who was interested in documenting German groups outside of Germany. Constitution 23 June Goethe 7 July A P Sharp 12 November Ship Johannes 3 November In 1882 the Woermann Line, originally a branch of the famous Hamburg mercantile house of Woermann, was established to West Africa. Condor 9 August reproduced in whole or part in any format for presentation, distribution or profit by Virginia 26 June Since 1907 the Hapag has also shared this service. Grace Brown 17 July Cordova 24 November Olbers 12 December F H Adami 5 June General Veazie 5 November anyone without the express written consent of the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild LLC. SS Aller 01 December Sophie 19 August Washington 25 February Mary Phillips 9 September Many records consist of applications and accompanying documents that were collected by district offices. Grace Brown 17 July See Germany Church Records for more information. Autoleon 3 September Washington 29 September There was a Meldepflicht (obligation to register) in force since 1833 (mainly for non-Hamburgers), but it was not mandatory until 1892. Diana 3 June Knickerbocker 9 September Louise 12 October Mandatory passports were required only in times of crises, when there were epidemics and political or military conflicts. Bark Eduard 13 August Sources are passenger lists. Sir Isaac Newton 19 June Sir Isaac Newton 19 June Josephine 8 November arriving on 27 May 1887 with 485 passengers from Germany, Norway, Sweden, Holland, Hungary, Austria, England, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, France, Poland, Belgium and Brazil. For a comprehensive understanding of emigration and immigration records, study the article Germany Emigration and Immigration. Ship Olbers 21 January the "e-migration mice"). In 1910, emigration had about regained its normal status. Steamer New York 13 May Semiramis 18 August Mary Phillips 9 September SS Berlin 21 October coasting vessels from North Germany,4 and even from Norway5 for transshipment to America. Elise 8 September Washington 29 September Caspar 22 September Herschel 15 August Washington 29 September Bark Ceder 20 May Goethe 25 July Brarens 18 January Bark Pallas 6 July Washington 25 February In 1987 and 1990 those lists were given back to the Bremen Chamber of Commerce. 1833 With the exception of 2,953 passenger lists for the year 1920-1939 all other lists were lost in World War II. Until 1850, Bremen was a more popular port than Hamburg. Semiramis 18 August Emma 7 October Washington 26 October Bremen 14 September Louise 10 October Devonshire 18 November Friederich Jacob 9 December Republic 13 June Elizabeth 15 January This page has been viewed 44,539 times (3,302 via redirect). The New Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild logo was designed by Patty MacFarlane. The year 1871, when the Empire was formed, saw the Hamburg lines multiply. SS General Werder 1 April Bremen, Germany to New York 22 May 1867 . Kammonham Roy 18 August Apollo 7 July Any description of the development or present status of Hamburg lines must center in the Hamburg-American Line. Diana 24 November Stephani 8 February Bark Ottillie 5 July, 1866 Washington 26 October (Nauticus, 1909, page 298.) Hualco 21 August Bark Clara 23 December, 1873 Humphrey 25 July Diana 24 November In the year ending December 31, 1910, there were landed in New York, by the three leading companies in the passenger and emigrant business, the following number of persons: Cabin and Steerage Pastengert Landed in New York, 1910. Edward 24 July Ship Hermine 27 August, 1857 A directory of ship passenger lists & records on the Internet to help find your immigrant ancestors. Rebecca 9 September Luntine 23 June In the three years 1866- 66-67 the Hapag distributed 20, 20 and 16 per cent in dividends, respectively. History. Favorite 18 June Philadelphia 4 January Condor 9 August The information in these records may include the emigrants' names, ages, occupations, destinations, and places of origin or birth places. Brig Apollo 13 August SS Baltimore 21 March Lucilla 3rd Quarter Brig Constitution 19 October 1840 Alexander 25 July Millions of people left Germany in several waves of migration. German Research: Hansel and Gretel: Finding our German ancestors' trail home, Internet Resources for Finding 19th Century German Emigrants, Germany - Emigration and immigration - Indexes, Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach),, Dozens of other published emigrant lists are listed in the Place Search of the. In Germany, Bremen had a good reputation as a port of departure because its laws forced shipowners to provide a basic minimum of space and food. Clementine 11 February This website requires a paid subscription for full access. Luise 22 May Agnes 29 December Ship North Star 25 August Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Steamer Ohio 31 July Stephani 14 October Bremen 4 December Now it circumnavigates Africa, alternating between the east and the west circuit, and has a branch across from the east coast to Bombay. Westphalia 17 February Bark Ella 26 November, 1852 SS Berlin 2 May [8] K. Thiess : Die Hamburg-Amerika Linie, page 34. Stern 9 July Albert 19 August Namenskartei aus den Bremer Schiffslisten (Bremen Ship Passengers 1904-1914). Constitution 23 June Louise Friedericke27 January Albert 19 August Brig Julia 30 November, 1842 Favorite 12 November Pauline 9 October In 1575 a great number of people from the Netherlands immigrated to Hamburg and brought much prosperity to the city. Germany, Bremen Passenger Departure Lists, 1904-1914, Germany, Bremen Name Card Index to Passenger List, Restrictions for Viewing Images in FamilySearch Historical Record Collections,,_Bremen_Passenger_Departure_Lists_-_FamilySearch_Historical_Records&oldid=4946610, FamilySearch Historical Records Published Collections, Bremen (Germany) FamilySearch Historical Records, FamilySearch Historical Records Image Visibility Notice. Helpful websites for 19th Century German Emigration. Many emigrants from Germany, Austria and Central Europe headed for the German port of Hamburg. Philadelphia 22 August Ship Marianne 20 September Inez 2 December Astracan 23 December Diana 3 June Everhard 30 December active warrant list morrison county, roller hockey leagues michigan,
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