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Passenger records Rotterdam 1921 #general


Mary Henderson
 

Hi, all!
 
I'm hoping to locate emigration information on Ida Groener/Groner who left Rotterdam for the United States on the SS Noordam and arrived in the US on Oct. 23, 1921, according to her petition for naturalization.  I thought I would be able to use the City of Rotterdam (Netherlands) Archives passenger lists of the Holland-America Line:
 
But it looks like the records only go through 1920.  Are there any other resources I can use to find her emigration papers from 1921?  I'm hoping to find something that will confirm who her parents are - her mother is believed to be Helene Rosenbaum, but I don't have anything to substantiate that.
 
Thank you!   
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Mary Henderson 

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itencorinne@...
 

Hi Mary

I have just found the passenger manifest on familysearch (it should also be on ancestry).
But she didn't mention her parents, she mentionned two uncles. 

SS Noordam from Rotterdam Oct 11, 1921 and arrived in the US on Oct. 23, 1921
uncle Mr. S. Zinekowski, Berlinerstrasse 40, Cologne (Köln), Mulheim
uncle Mr. J. Wiesen, 1605 Clybourn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
This is all typewritten, but above the line with "uncle Mr. J. Wiesen" it is handwritten:
Temp. Sister Odgera, 609 E 5th Street, New York City

New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island) 1892-1924 on familysearch.

Regards
Corinne Iten