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From: joe <>
Subject: [G-P-L] Re: Ships departures
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 19:54:39 -0700
New York passenger lists are available on microfilm, which can be ordered from a local LDS Family History Center for viewing and photocopying for a small fee. You can find the
microfilm roll numbers you will need here...
New York Passenger Lists 1820-1897
You can find a directory of Family History Centers here...
You can also find the microfilm rolls at the US National Archives and some of its branches. Some genealogical libraries may also carry them.
For info on a Luxembourg resource see...
Resources for Finding New York Passenger Lists 1847-1897 (the Unindexed Years)
You will sometimes find Luxembourgers listed on passenger lists as German, Prussian, Dutch, Belgian or French. So they can sometimes be found in resources like Germans to America.
Good luck with your search.
Finding Passenger Lists 1820-1940s (arrivals at US Ports)
"laura/howard" <> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me where the most likely place someone from Luxembourg would have departed from in 1863? Also, where someone from Orenhofen, Germany might have left from in 1864?
> In an all clue's welcome. Does anyone have the passenger list for the "John Bertram" arrival in New York, May 24, 1863? TIA, Laura