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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 23-02-2017 - 07:53
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Hello,
I need some help to read 2 ship manifests. The quality of those manifests are not very well but I think that they can be read. So links to manifests there are below:

First ship manifest of Alois Fikus, position 8:

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/s ... cGciOw==/1

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/s ... cGciOw==/1

Second ship manifest of Josef Fikus, position 29:

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/s ... cGciOw==/1

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/s ... cGciOw==/1

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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 02-03-2017 - 07:48
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Hi Fabian,

I've done a transcript in English. It was quite difficult reading some of the text and unfortunately I was not able to read everything. So far I have only done the manifest for Alois Fikus.

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List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the United States Immigration Officer at Port of Arrival

Required by the regulations of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor of the United States, under act of Congress approved February 20, 1907 to be delivered to the United States Immigration Office by the Commanding Officer of any vessel having such passengers on board upon arrival at a port in the United States

SS Kronprinz Wilhelm sailing from Bremen, July 15. Arriving at Port of New York, July 22, 1913.

1. Number on List: 8
2. Name in Full – Family Name: Fikus Given Name: Alois
3. Age: 26
4. Sex: Male
5. Married or Single: Single
6. Calling or Occupation: Carpenter
7. Able to – Read: Yes Write: Yes
8. Nationality (Country of which citizen or subject): Austria
9. Race or People: Polish
10. Last Permanent Residence – Country: Galicia City or Town: Andrychow
11. Then name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Father, Josef Fikus, Andrychow
13. Final Destination – State: Connecticut City or Town: Bridgeport
14. Whether having ticket to final destination: Yes
15: By whom was passage paid: Self
16. Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much: $25
17. Whether ever before in the United States; and if so, when and where? No
18. Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address: ? ? ?, 116 ? Street, Bridgeport
19. Ever in prison, almshouse, institution for care of the insane or supported by charity ? If so which? No
20. Whether a Polygamist: No
21. Whether an Anarchist? No
22. Whether coming with offer, promise, or agrement of labor ? No
23. Condition of Health, Mental or Physical: Good
24. Deformed or Crippled. Nature, length of time and cause: No
25. Height: 5’5”
26. Complexion: Fair
27 Color of - Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
28. Marks of Identification: None
29. Place of Birth – Country: Galicia City or Town: Andrychow
 
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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 02-03-2017 - 12:19
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Thank you Gregory.

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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 03-03-2017 - 02:11
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Hi Fabian,

I had difficulties reading the second manifest for Josef Fikus. One interesting thing I noticed was the person under Josef, No. 30 on the manifest was also from Andrychow and travelling to Alois Fikus in Bridgeport.

If there is anything you are uncertain of or you are not sure as to what it means please let me know and I'll try to help.

Kind regards,
Gregory


List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the United States Immigration Officer at Port of Arrival

Required by the regulations of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor of the United States, under act of Congress approved February 20, 1907 to be delivered to the United States Immigration Office by the Commanding Officer of any vessel having such passengers on board upon arrival at a port in the United States

SS Finland sailing from Antwerp, November 15, 1913. Arriving at port of ……

1. Number on List: 29
2. Name in Full – Family Name: Fikus Given Name: Josef
3. Age: 54
4. Sex: Male
5. Married or Single: Married
6. Calling or Occupation: Day Laborer
7. Able to – Read: Yes Write: Yes
8. Nationality (Country of which citizen or subject): Austria
9. Race or People: Polish
10. Last Permanent Residence – Country: Austria City or Town: Andrychow
11. Then name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came: Wife, ? Fikus, Andrychow Gal
13. Final Destination – State: Connecticut City or Town: Bridgeport
14. Whether having ticket to final destination: Yes
15: By whom was passage paid: Self
16. Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much: $25
17. Whether ever before in the United States; and if so, when and where? No
18. Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address: Son, Alois Fikus, 116 Eden Street, Bridgeport
19. Ever in prison, almshouse, institution for care of the insane or supported by charity ? If so which? No
20. Whether a Polygamist: No
21. Whether an Anarchist? No
22. Whether coming with offer, promise, or agrement of labor ? No
23. Condition of Health, Mental or Physical: Good
24. Deformed or Crippled. Nature, length of time and cause: No
25. Height: 5’8”
26. Complexion: Fair
27 Color of - Hair: bl (this might mean Blond) Eyes: bl (this may mean blue)
28. Marks of Identification: None
29. Place of Birth – Country: Austria City or Town: Andrychow
 
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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 06-03-2017 - 10:00
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Hi Fabian,

I checked out the inflation of the US Dollar and $25 in 1913 would be worth about $613.23 in 2017. Also the average wage in the US in 1913 according to the statics of the period was $15.38.

This is a link to the price of food in 1913 http://inflationdata.com/articles/2013/ ... tion-1913/

I thought you may find this interesting.

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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 07-03-2017 - 11:39
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Hi Gregory! Sorry I was out of home recently. Thank you for reading those manifests. Alois Fikus was my grandfather and his father was Josef. I suppose that first Josef Fikus went to USA and later Alois his son joined him and Josef went back to Andrychów and again joined to his son Alois.
That is what I think about it because I have another ship manifest. I am still trying find out more information and confirm my suggestion.

Below there is link to ship manifest from 1906. Position 9 Josef Fikus
but Josef confirmed in 1913 that He had never been in USA before.

http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/s ... cGciOw==/1

Yes you are right person under no 30 was going to this same address.

I know little more about Alois from ship manifest and draft records. Below our previous conversation:

http://genealodzy.pl/index.php?name=PNp ... highlight=

But still I Know not too much about Josef, Alois wife and person under no 30. Could you read name of this person? This same address is fact.
They are intrigue me, they are mystery.

If could you help me find any information about it please I will be really grateful to you for all your help.

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Hi Fabian,

I'm presuming that Alois got married in the US, as on the arrival manifest in 1913 it says he was single but then on the Draft Registration Card from 1917 he is married with one child. If this is correct there should be marriage and birth records. I'm guessing this may have taken place in Bridgeport, Connecticut as he went to Bridgeport in 1913 and his wife was living in Bridgeport in 1917.

I'll have a search and see if I can find anything.

By any chance do you know the name of his wife?

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Temat postu: Ship manifest  PostWysłany: 13-03-2017 - 07:42
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Hi Gregory!
I have no idea about Alois wife name. I have marriage record with 2 wife of Alois from 1931 and there is information about divorce. That is all.

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Hi Fabian,

I've done some research with what is available free online and I haven't been able to find anything. This is becoming a bit of a mystery.

There are a few genealogical groups in the Bridgeport area that I could write to on your behalf with your permission.

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Hi Gregory!
Its all right if you can write I see no problem.

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Hi Fabian,

So far all I have found is a marriage for an Alexis Fikus in Bridgeport, Connecticut. As this is just a list provided by the Connecticut State Library it might an error in reading the original document. The only way to find out is to purchase a copy of the document from http://www.bridgeportct.gov/vitalrecords

This is the information I found:

Id No. 535,302
Groom: Alexis Fikus
Bride: Natalia Mironovich
Date Married: 2nd August 1914
City Married: Bridgeport

I must confess I don't feel this is the correct one, but there are no other marriages for the surname Fikus in Connecticut. I'll keep on searching birth records as we know there was a child at least by 1917 living in Bridgeport.

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