JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: unreadable passenger list #general


David Cooper <dcooper@...>
 

from a 1906 Passenger manifest that I have:
1 Number on List
2 Name in Full
3 Age (yrs, months)
4 Sex
5 Whether married or single
6 Calling or Occupation
7 Able to Read / Write
8 Nationality (Country which citizen or subject)
9 Race or People
10 Last Permanent Residence (Country, City)
11 Final Destination (State, City, or Town)
12 Whether having a ticket to the final destination
13 By whom was passage paid
14 Whether in possession of $90, or if less, how much
15 Whether ever before in the United States and if so, where and when
16 Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so what relative or
friend, and his name and complete address
17 (can not read on my copy)
18 Whether a Plygamist
19 Whether a an Anarchist
20 (can not read on my copy)
21 Condition of Health, Mental and Physical
22 Deformed or Crippled, Nature, length of time, and cause

...happy hunting...david


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Hello all,
I have a question. (so what else is new?) I finally received my uncle's
passenger list >from NARA and it is a terrible copy. They had even stamped
it with "Best Copy Available" If they had not marked the name in red pen
I would not have been able to see it. This is for the S.S. Oceanic
sailing >from Liverpool to New York arrived Oct. 3, 1906. My question is
can someone tell me the headings on these pages starting with the name of
the passenger and going right so maybe I can figure out what it says.I
can make out a few such as married or single, occupation But where it
says how much money I can't read it or who they were going to see. How is
it possible to get a cleaner copy of this?
Thanks for any help.
Myra
Myra Davis, Tucson, AZ
myrabokpg@juno.com
mailto:myrabokpg@juno.com
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