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Bark Hermann


Bremen, Germany to New York
5 June 1846

DISTRICT OF NEW YORK - PORT OF NEW YORK
I, H D Tolken, do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the following List or Manifest of Passengers, subscribed with my name, and now delivered by me to the Collector of the Customs for the District of New York, contains to the best of my knowledge and belief, a just and true account of all the Passengers received on board the (blank), whereof I am Master, from Bremen. So help me God. To the June 5th 1846, before me (signature illegible). . . . .  . . . .  . . . .  . . . .  . . . . (signed) H D Tolken
List or Manifest of all the Passengers taken on board the Bremen Bark Hermann, whereof H D Tolken, is Master, from Bremen, burthen (blank) tons.
Columns represent: passenger name, age, sex, and occupation. All passengers originated from Germany with the exception of passenger #74 who was listed as originating from United States; and the destination for all passengers is listed as United States. Therefore, these columns have been omitted.
 1  Edward Bonice          24     M Merchant
 2* Dorothea Becker        23     M
 3  Latte Koop             17     M
 4  Georg Ad^ Bodenstat    33     M Apothecary
 5  Joh^ Wietinzer         40     M Mason
 6  Aug^ Freund            25     M Painter
 7  Georg Munning          32     M Shoemaker
 8  Carl Tausch            21     M Merchant
 9  Joh^ Lud^ W Wagner     33     M Tailor
10  Martin Dippold         30     M Farmer
11  Martha Hering          19     F
12  Anna Friedrich         24     F
13  Peter Fischer          37     M Basketmaker
14  Joh^ Butsch            22     M Shoemaker
15  Carl Klein             27     M Printer
16  Eckhardt Hergath       21     M Tailor
17  Elisabeth Becker       55     F
18  Wilh^ Beltz            27     M Farmer
19  Wh^ Georg Strewel      45     M Shoemaker
20  Louise Strewel         42     F
21  Georg Relcker          41     M Shoemaker
22* Elisabeth Relcker      26     M
23  Luise Teppler          20     F
24  Catharina Hosch        26     F
25  Georg Stack            21     M Tailor
26  Georg Heck             24     M Shoemaker
27  Alexander Lenz         22     M Shoemaker
28  Conrad Scheerer        14     M Farmer
29  Marie Scheerer         34     F
30  Margarethe Scheerer    14     F
31  Johannes Scheerer      17     M
32  Marie Scheerer          2     F
33  Cathar^ Kehler         19     F
34  Heinrich Schutz        17     M Tailor
35  Gerh^d Heinr^ Noebers  38     M Farmer
36  Johannes Noebers       34     F
37  Bernhard Kayser        46     M Farmer
38  Marie Kayser           35     F
39  Gesine Kayser           7     F
40  Joh^ Heinr^ Kayser      4     M
41  Herm^ Kayser            1 1/2 M
42  Jacob Henkel           27     M Farmer
43  Heinr^ Heirienmann     21     M Joiner
44  Bernhard Schirrei      20     M Merchant
45  Bernhard Egbert        24     M Cooper
46  Carl Bartels           25     M Labourer
47* Fritz Tansen           21     M ?
48  Catharina Addicks      23     F
49  Helene Neuhoff         21     F
50  Friedrich Schesser     21     M Labourer
51  Carl Mengel            30     M Doctor
52  Elisabeth Knebel       22     F
53  Wilhelm Strack         25     M Musician
54  Joh^ Ricks             27     M Baker
55  Joh^ Funch             28     M Weaver
56  Elisabeth Cardmann     45     F
57  Conrad Distler         24     M Farmer
58  Wilh^ Rumphorst        28     M Farmer
59  Matilde Rumphorst      29     F
60  Jacob Cohn             28     M Farmer
61  Therese Cohn           32     F
62  Joh^ Hollfelder        23     M Tailor
63  Joseph Schmidt         34     M Farmer
64  Anna Schmidt           30     F
65  Therese Schmidt         3     F
66  Gottlieb Starke        18     M Farmer
67  Heinr^ Wilh^ Barlesins 18     M Joiner
68  Heinr^ Meyer           25     M Farmer
69  Andreas Busch          24     M Farmer
70  Heinr^ Tiedemann       16     M Farmer
71  Johann Dehncke         31     M Farmer
72  Freidr^ Ochs           38     M Farmer
73  Ludwig Schaffmeier     38     M Farmer
74  Joh^ Hisckel           28     M Merchant
75  Caspar Wurtz           28     M Tailor
76  Georg Adam Vigenlscher 23     M Joiner
77  Ernst Bollmann         18     M Shoemaker
78  Heinr^ Rode            27     M Barber
79  Carl Itgen             26     M Labourer

(signed) H D Tolken


Transcriber Notes:

* An asterisk indicates an error on the part of the original recorder, not the transcriber,
  or is used to call your attention to additional information in the transcriber's notes.

? Indicates letters or words that cannot be read due to the quality of the original document
  or the handwriting of the original recorder

^ Indicates missing letters, usually as the name was abbreviated by the original recorder


 2  Passenger listed as male; first name appears to be female 
22  Passenger listed as male; first name appears to be female
47  Passenger occupation is illegible

Personal Notes
Passenger #45, Bernhard Egbert, was the great great grandfather of Katie Buttice of NY  
and the great great great grandfather of Douglas Egbert of Texas.  He died April 5, 1889 at 
age 67 on Wards Island, New York City.  He is buried in St. Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx.

National Archives and Records Administration, Film M237, Reel 62, List 436.
Transcribed by Janice Peterson a member of the
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
7 September 2008



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