|Re: [TSL] The Germania|
|Joanna Waugh via <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 07/07/2015|
This ship is indexed on Ancestry as "Germanic" arriving Nov 5 1851. The
writing is hard to read.
Passenger list is transcribed on
Where did he live in the US and do you have a year of birth?
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> I have been researching an ancestor from Germany who claimed to have come
> in 1851 on the "Germania". From his Naturalization record, we know that
> came from Hesse Cassel. However in the Germans to America records, there
is the record
> for George Pfieff (sp. different but this is a general issue) who came to
NY on the Germania
> from Switzerland. These records indicate that this man was German and not
Swiss. I have
> to wonder if the Germania sailed from Germany to Switzerland before coming
to the US
> and if this was common?
> Since my ancestor was a jeweler, I am not surprised that he may have been
> for a time. I also have not seen the actual record so I am not sure that
his wife and child
> were with him or if they came to the US later?
> This is the only record that I could find that seems to fit my ancestor's
profile. I would love
> to know if the actual passenger lists exist. It appears that the Germania
arrived in NY in
> Nov. of 1851, which is a few months later than the Naturalization seems to
> that was probably not uncommon either.
> Any information on this vessel would be most appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Bev W
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