[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] SS DRESDEN Ship/Immigrant Passenger List andShip Crew List AUGUST RIMPEL
roseingram at shaw.ca
Fri Feb 5 14:31:06 PST 2010
I suspect 'Any" may really be a sloppy written "Aug" or incorrect transcription.
----- Original Message -----
From: Edith McKelvy
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Cc: gary at warnerengineering.com
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 1:42 PM
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] SS DRESDEN Ship/Immigrant Passenger List andShip Crew List AUGUST RIMPEL
Thanks to all who responded to my query. I was able to access actual images
for the Baltimore Passenger List for SS Dresden arriving 28 Jul 1891
Bremen>Baltimore at my local library (Ancestry Library.com).
Found (probable) AUGUST REMPEL listed as "Any Renepel" and his friend ADOLF
GUENTHER listed as "Adolf Ginter". This coincides with info shown at Castle
Garden below. (My sincere sympathy and appreciation for all transcribers --
take a look at the original image they had to work with!).
This info seems to validate info found on "List or Manifest of Alien
Immigrants" dtd 7 May 1896 where AUGUST RIMPEL indicates that he had
previously been in U.S. for three years and planned to meet "friend Adolf
Guenther in Madison SD".
Speculate that August traveled to U.S. to earn some money, leaving
wife/children behind, then returned to "old country" to assemble his family
and his younger brother's family for immigration to U.S. in 1896 -- a common
thread in immigrant stories.
Edith Rimple McKelvy
From: Gary Warner [mailto:gary at warnerengineering.com]
Sent: Monday, February 01, 2010 7:20 PM
To: Edith McKelvy
Cc: GPPR-GRHS; ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] SS DRESDEN Ship/Immigrant Passenger List
and Ship Crew List
If you go to the Stephen Morse One-Step webpage and do a search for the
Baltimore arrivals on 28 July 1891, you can see all 774 passengers.
The link is
You can view the names without an ancestry.com account, but you will need an
account to see the actual manifest
On 2/1/2010 3:04 PM, Edith McKelvy wrote:
> 1. Request your help in locating subject lists for SS DRESDEN, Bremen
> to Baltimore, arriving 28 July 1891.
> I have searched www.archives.gov Russians to America Passenger Data
> 1834-1897 and www.Castlegarden.org
> and have located my (probable) great-uncle AUG(UST) REMPEL travelling
> on this journey.
> I would like to scan the entire manifest for possible
> relatives/neighbors who may have been travelling with him.
> However, these searches requires surnames, and of course I won't know
> what surname to ask for until I have seen all possibilities.
> 2. On the other hand, this may not be my great-uncle at all. Family
> lore indicates that he spent 3 years alone in U.S. between his
> marriage in 1890 and his immigration with family in 1896 to Madison SD.
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