Bremen, Germany to Baltimore, Maryland
5 May 1863
DISTRICT OF BALTIMORE - PORT OF BALTIMORE
I, F. Meyerdirck, do solemnly, sincerely and truly swear that the within list, subscribed with my name, contains to the best of my knowledge and belief, a just and true account or report of all passengers, who have been taken on board the Adolphine at Bremen or any other foreign port, or at sea, and brought in said ship into any district of the United States since the departure from said Port of Bremen.
Sworn the 5th May 1863 F. Meyerdirck
Before, C. M. Jameson
List of all the passengers taken on board of the Ship Adolphine of Bremen at Bremen.
Columns represent: Passenger name, age, gender, occupation, and country of origin. The destination column for this list has been omitted because Baltimore is listed as the destination for all the passengers. The list has been renumbered for this listing; the original numbered the steerage and between deck passengers anew.
1* G. Muller 28 ml farmer Baiern
2 A Paulus 19 fl Baiern
3 M. Kindervater 23 fl Hessen
4 H. Ritzius ?4 ml farmer Hessen
5 A. Ritzius ?7 fl Hessen
6 B. Ritzius ?2 fl Hessen
7 J. Ritzius 5 ml Hessen
8 A. C. Ritzius 2 fl Hessen
9* Ritzius fl Hessen
10 A. Schmidt 42 ml tailor Hessen
11 A. E. Schmidt 44 fl Hessen
15 ? Baum ?7 ml merchant Hannover
16 J. C. A. Hillinger ?8 ml mechanician Preussen
17 H. Th. Racke ? ml lock smith Preussen
18 D. Meyer ?8 fl Preussen
19 M. Meyer 7 fl Preussen
20 M. Meyer 4 ml Preussen
21 A. Strieven 23 fl Hannover
22 W. Dippel ?7 fl ?dace
23 M. Dippel 3 fl ?dace
24 H. Hauschel 22 fl Sachsen
25 F. Hauschel 1 ml Sachsen
26 J. Schweichert ? ml farmer Wurtemberg
27 J. Buss ? ml farmer Hessen
28 C. Korber ? ml carpenter Hessen
29 C. Korber ? fl Hessen
30 E. Holfenben ? fl Hessen
31 C. Hauser ? fl Hessen
32 J. ?
34 ? Hartung ? ? Hessen
35 F. Hartung ? ? Hessen
36 W. Hartung ? ml Hessen
37 C. Hartung ? ml Hessen
38 J. Gernert ? ml Hessen
39 C. Albrecht ? ml carpenter Hessen
40 W. Scharfenberg 58 ml shoemaker Hessen
41 F. Kindel ?2 ml shoemaker Baltimore
42 C. H. Ahring 24 ml mason ?rach?
43 A. E. Ahring 40 ml carpenter Hannover
44 W. Ahring 44 fl
45 B. Bassermann 6 ml
46 F. Koster 22 fl Hessen
47 B. Vogt 30 ml mason Hessen
48 A. Jochheim 26 ml farmer Hanover
49 C. Falkenhan 18 ml farmer Hanover
50 E. Falkenhan 30 ml mason Hessen
51 St. Ritz 22 fl Hessen
52 P. Wendel 24 fl Steinbach
53 M. Wendel ?5 ml baker Hessen
56 P. Walter 17 ml tailor ?
57 E. Schmidt ? fl ?
58 C. Menkel 18 fl ?
59 L. Gernert ?2 ml carpenter
60 C. Doll ? fl ?sn
61 M. Doll ?0 fl ?
62 D. Lorenz 40 fl ?
63 M. J. Hiemer 18 fl ?
64 M. J. G. Schuchard 23 ml joiner Hessen
65 A. M. Strauch 18 fl
66 G. Nahruhn 20 ml goldsmith Preussen
67 J. Koope 48 ml farmer Hessen
68 W. Rudolpf ?2 ml shoemaker Preussen
69 H. Appel 2? ml farmer Preussen
70 A. Karnagel ? ml farmer Preussen
71 M. Karnagel ? fl
72 M. Karnagel ? fl
73 E. Karnagel ? ?
A question mark indicates material that was indecipherable; an asterisk indicates
further information in the Passenger Notes; a ^ indicates superscript text.
NOTE: This list has been renumbered and contains only the information that is found on
what looks like fragments of severely damaged pages. The original list was numbered,
but there are gaps indicating that parts of pages have been lost.
1 Surname has an umlauted "u" so may be Mueller.
9 Note in entry for #9 says: born during the voyage.
12-14 The list is badly damaged and these entries are missing--seems to be
a portion of the page torn away because the next entries are numbered
National Archives and Records Administration, Film 255, Roll 13.
Transcribed by Gene Janssen a member of the
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
6 October 2002