Re: GOLDBERG -- finding correct ship manifest #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybruc@...>

Much easier than using the Ellis Island site is using,
but since the Ellis Island web site starts in 1892, and your ancestor
came in 1891, you wouldn't find the passenger list there. With
stevenmorse you can access the manifest (All Ships Lists) and look
through the whole list for any ship since 1820.

There is also a site,, which might help.

If you subscribe to Ancestry, you can see if your ancestors come up on
that, but if you did, you wouldn't be asking. Also check the Hamburg
Passenger Lists at Ancestry too. They can give you different
information than the US passenger list does.

Since they came to the US as Louis and Bernard they must have lived in
the UK or some other English speaking country for long enough to have
taken English names. Some people lived in the UK for years before coming
to the US, and I guess some just stayed there.

Sally Bruckheimer
Piscataway, NJ

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