Re: Louis Kramer passenger manifest #ukraine

Laurie Sosna

Not every name on every manifest has been transcribed. I found that
one name I was researching was on a page with large section missing
(the names column).

My solution, since I knew the boat name & arrival, I went here:
Then used the tools on the right hand side to find the boat and looked
through all the pages. I looked in the "home town" column until I
found the town I was looking for, I could extrapolate the person from
that info.

Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA


On Tue, Aug 18, 2015 at 8:47 AM, Marilyn Levinson
Wallachlevinson@... <ukraine@...> wrote:
Dear fellow researchers,
My ancestor Louis Kramer was born on July 28 1877. He immigrated
leaving the port of Antwerp and arrived in the United States on August
20 1898. His wife's name was Annie and his children were Isador, Max,
Abe, and Bessie. I have found all relevant documents except his
passenger manifest. I have searched, Stephen P.
Morse one step pages all ports of entry and Ellis Island databases.
If I know the date the ship arrived, the port of departure, but not
the ship name is there a database I could use so that I could search all
ship manifests for passengers arriving in the States on August 20
1898? Thank you for your help.
Marilyn Levinson
Spring Lake NC

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