- View SourceHello Group,
My question is, Are there any other seaports online to check other than
Also where one might check if families came through Castle Garden.
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- View SourceAt 08:53 AM 9/5/01 -0400, you wrote:
> Hello Group,I don't know of any other American seaport databases on line but a limited
> My question is, Are there any other seaports online to check other
> Also where one might check if families came through Castle Garden.
number of records are available for German ports and I'm sure not all ships
used NY ports as entry ports. A good reference document and guide for
research is "Immigration and Ships Passenger Lists Research Guide":
http://home.att.net/~arnielang/shipgide.html (one of many available guides)
Other guides - http://www.kbyu.org/ancestors/records/immigration/extra.html
If you haven't already, you might try these German online databases:
Bremen - http://db.genealogy.net/maus/gate/shiplists.cgi (1920-1939)
Hamburg - http://www.hamburg.de/LinkToYourRoots/english/welcome.htm
- View SourceIn a message dated 9/5/01 5:57:54 AM, Okeefe25@... writes:
<< My question is, Are there any other seaports online to check other than
There is a Web Site that was prepared by Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG; located
This site claims that major indices are available for the ports of Baltimore,
1820 -1952; Boston 1848 -91, 1902 -20; New Orleans 1853 -1952; Philadelphis
1800 - 1948, and Minor Ports, 1820 - 74, and 1890 - 1924. Check it out!