Missing from Germans to America

Some German Passengers and Ships Not Included in Germans to America

Compiled by Joe Beine





German Immigrants Missed by Germans to America

While doing passenger list research I sometimes compare ships with German immigrants to the listings in the Germans to America books. If I find a German passenger that is not listed in Germans to America, then I put their name (and age) on this webpage. In some cases I may list a ship that was not included in Germans to America even though German passengers were on board. If a ship's name is highlighted you can click on it for more information about the passengers, ship arrival, or for a transcription of that passenger list.



German Passengers on the Ship Southampton - London to New York, Arrived 16 May 1866
from National Archives Microfilm Roll #M237-265
List #468; Ship Master: Thomas C. Whitney
Ship not listed in Germans to America

This is a list of only the German passengers on the Southampton.
For the other passengers you can consult the microfilm. See: New York Passenger Lists 1820-1897

Format: name (age, gender, occupation, country to which they belong)

First Cabin Passenger
Joseph Burckhart (17, M, --, Germany)

Steerage Passengers
Linden Felt (28, M, Goldsmith, Germany)
Catherine Felt (28, F, Wife, Germany)
Henrick Felt (5, M, Son, Germany)
Theodore Schroder (35, M, Shoemaker, Germany)
Ellen Schroder (35, F, Wife, Germany)
Emily Schroder (7, F, Daughter, Germany)
Albert Schroder (4, M, Son, Germany)
Mary Schroder (1, F, Daughter, Germany)
Emma Schroder (Infant, F, Daughter, Germany)
Bernard Boblinger (29, M, Baker, Germany)
Frederick Boblinger (39, M, Barber, Germany)
Caroline Bruckner (46, F, Widow, Germany)
Mary Bruckner (17, F, Daughter, Germany)
Annie Bruckner (11, F, Daughter, Germany)
Valentine Bruckner (9, M, Son, Germany)
Rinehart Schafier (37, M, Engineer, Germany)
Eliza Schafier (35, F, Wife, Germany)
Stephen Fogle (33, M, Merchant, Germany)
Vlarb? Boshfatha? (46, M, G---?, Germany)
Bernard Seka (34, M, Butcher, Germany)
Charles Rosenblade (25, M, Baker, Germany)
Folden [Valtin?] Kline (30, M, Farmer, Germany)
Folden Kline (26, M, Farmer, Germany)
Henry Bernard (41, M, Tailor, Germany)
Philip Armour (24, M, Sailer, Germany)
Ernest Winter (22, M, --, Germany)
Carl Posary (21, M, Builder, Germany)
Elizabeth Bambauer (43, F, Servant, Germany)
Catherine Bambauer (11, F, Daughter, Germany)
Elizabeth Hoffmann (22, F, --, Germany)
Jacob Ball (18, M, Tailor, Germany)
James Smith (54, M, Mechanic, Germany)
Samuel Smith (19, M, Son, Germany)
Mary Smith (50, F, Wife, Germany)
Valentine Smith (9, M, Son, Germany)
Margaret Smith (8, F, Daughter, Germany)
Charlott Smith (6, F, Daughter, Germany)
Johanna Yernish (23, F, Servant, Germany)
Maria Krisher [Knisher?] (28, F, Servant, Germany)
Maria Shushter [Spushter?] (22, F, Servant, Germany)
Johannes Switzer (23, M, Baker, Germany)
Robert Sommerholder (27, M, Wagoner, Germany)
Unrick [Henrick?] Winterbirg [Winterberg?] (28, M, Builder, Germany)
Margaret Winterbirg (26, F, Wife, Germany)
Anna Winterbirg (5, F, Daughter, Germany)
Andreas Winterbirg (3, M, Son, Germany)
Margretta Winterbirg (Infant, F, Daughter, Germany)



Bark Geestemünde - Bremen to New York, Arrived 1 August 1866

Ship not listed in Germans to America
German Passengers (plus 2 US citizens) on the ship...

Hedwig Feldhausen, 19
Claus Katt, 43
Anna Katt, 38
Catharina Katt, 13
August Katt, 9
Henriette Katt, 7
Johanna Katt, 4
Lud Guntermann*, 43
Auguste Guntermann*, 24
Anna Sprachmann, 18
Adeline Sprachmann, 15
Chatarine Schriefer, 18
Elisabet Finke, 14
Katia Hickmann, 20
Conrad Harmon, 21
Friederick Hügel, 25

*U.S. Citizens



Ship Albert Gallatin - Liverpool to New York, Arrived 24 November 1866

Ship not listed in Germans to America
German Passengers on the ship...

George Hanzel (34, M, Bricklayer, Germany)
Christian Hasche (36, M, Tailor, Germany)
Herman Schiem (31, M, Weaver, Germany)
Bernt Svenson (40, M, Farmer, Germany)
Niels Bayer (39, M, Gardener, Germany)
Niels Jansec (34, M, Farmer, Germany)
Andrew Hanson (25, M, Farmer, Germany)
Barned S. Waythale (23, M, Cab Maker, Prussia)
Carl Kichan (23, M, --, Prussia)
Carl Know? (33, M, Salesman, Prussia)
Conrad Kerney (22, M, Lock Maker, Germany)
Claus Pantryer (30, M, Salesman, Germany)
Herman Heller (22, M, Laborer, Prussia)
Ludwig Feldna (19, M, Shoemaker, Prussia)
Henry Rickhoff (45, M, Laborer, Germany)
Heinrich Haul (24, M, Carpenter, Germany)
Lazar Fried (22, M, Butcher, Germany)
Maria Sibenfield (23, F, Spinster, Germany)



German Passengers on the RMS Scotia - Liverpool via Queenstown to New York, Arrived 27 November 1866
from National Archives Microfilm Roll #M237-274; List #1308
Ship not listed in Germans to America

This is a list of only the German (or possible German) passengers on the Scotia.
For the other passengers you will have to consult the microfilm. See: New York Passenger Lists 1820-1897

Format: name (age, gender, occupation, country to which they belong, country they intend to inhabit)

Mr. A. Ottenheimer (30, M, Manufacturer, Germany, Germany)
Mr. R. Wasserra (37, M, Merchant, Germany, US)
Mr. J. Silbermann (43, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mrs. Silbermann (30, F, --, Germany, US)
B. Silbermann (5, F, --, US, US)
R. Silbermann (3, F, --, US, US)
A. Silbermann (7, F, --, US, US)
L. Silbermann (1, F, --, France, US)
Bertha Amroth (35, F, Nurse, Germany, US)
Kath. Relt (27, F, Nurse, Germany, Germany)
Mr. R. Kanz (40, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. A. Kimpfheimer (40, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. H. L. Simon (32, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mrs. Simon (24, F, --, Germany, US)
L. Simon (4, M, --, US, US)
A. Simon (2, F, --, US, US)
Mr. N. Ries (23, M, Mercht, Germany, Germany)
Mr. O. Kapp (34, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. J. Valckenberg (25, M, Mercht, Germany, Germany)
Mr. H. Ries (48, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. S. Tuck (42, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. S. Sinzheimer (31, M, Mercht, Germany, Germany)
Mr. S. Rappaport (31, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. E. Hockstadler [Hockstadter?] (32, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. A. B. Loeb (27, M, Mercht, Germany, US)
Mr. Pagerstecher (35, M, Mercht, Germany, Prussia)

Note: some passengers (family members) from other countries were included as it was thought they might be German.



Ship Duisburg - Rotterdam to New York, Arrived 28 November 1866

Ship not listed in Germans to America
German Passengers on the ship...

Geo. Fried. Hauptz, 46
Levien Stenkhoff, 29
16 other passengers from Holland



Bark Black Brothers - Antwerp to New York, Arrived 28 March 1867

German passengers on the ship missed by Germans to America...

Carl Poescht, 22
Louise Blumenhart, 22
Franz Shortzen, 29
Hendrix Kreymann, 25



SS Rotterdam - Rotterdam to New York, Arrived 26 (27) May, 1887

German passengers on the ship missed by Germans to America...

Wilh. Claudi, 18
Eva Diener, 16
Petronelle Kajharch, ?



Ship Werra - Bremen & Southampton to New York, Arrived 1 October 1888 (passenger list is dated 2 October)

This ship is missing from Germans to America - it has been indexed online in Ancestry's New York Passenger Lists Online Index 1820-1957 (requires payment)

891 total passengers, many of them from Germany



Germans to America and the Port of Baltimore 1850-1866

Many ships that arrived at the port of Baltimore (especially in the 1850s) are missing entirely from Germans to America. This webpage explains why, and gives information on how to find these missing Baltimore arrivals...

Germans to America & Baltimore



Disclaimer: this webpage is merely a guide. Names may have been mistranscribed. No guarantee of accuracy is given. You may wish to consult the original sources. See additional disclaimers at the link below.



Germans to America 1850-1897

Germans to America Series II - the 1840s




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