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    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Greetings from Brenda
    2. Brenda Knippers via
    3. How are things with you lately ? I hope everything is fine .I need your help for something very urgent so please get back to me if you get this message. I traveled out of the country for an urgent reason so i can't make use of my mobile phone. I will be expecting your urgent response on my email ones you get this. Regards. Brenda

    11/21/2015 07:43:40
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Provò
    2. kiaprovo
    3. Hello my name is Kia Provò Bradley. I wanted to know if anyone has more details about Roberto Taulis Provò? He came from Chile to New Orleans during the immigration period in the 1900's. My family came from Abbeville, New Iberia, and Avery Island, Louisiana. I seen other Provò's that came from México to Texas and Colorado. I wanted to know if they have a connection with my great grandpa Landry Provòst/Provò's siblings. Their names were Inez, Satirena, Rena, Isiel, Rosetta, Avery, Alzea, Alvice, and Lizzie. Sent via the LG Nitro™ HD, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

    11/30/2012 10:00:15
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Provò/Miguez/Viator/Valère
    2. kiaprovo
    3. Hello is any familiar with those surnames? I can not find my great grandpa's siblings. Sent via the LG Nitro™ HD, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

    10/03/2012 01:15:36
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Passengers to New Orleans
    2. b_waiting
    3. Hello, Can you tell me where the original records of the passengers to New Orleans are kept? I need to look for 3 people: Can someone look for these people in the NOPL records for me? The book and page number is listed on each of the attachments. Jacques Mainero - b. 18 June 1791 in Taurano, Riviera of Genoa, Italy - In 1816 he resided in Marseille France, Married and had children up to 1829 in Marseille. Came to New Orleans when? He was on the 1850's New Orleans census at age 58. The spelling of his last name looks different then this spelling....so who knows? Marie (Ann or Helene) Mainero - b. 8 August 1823 in Marseille France, came to New Orleans when?, was married and had her first child 11 November 1839, at age 16. She was on the 1850's New Orleans census at age 26. Angelo Costa - b. about 1811 in Gozo, Malta - came to New Orleans when?, was married to Marie Mainero When?. He was on the 1850's New Orleans census at age 38. The file attachments are as close as I have gotten to him. I need to know if any of these were from Malta. I am pretty sure the 001 attachment is Angelo and his family in the 1860 census since the last one is age 47 which would have been his age then. But surprise! He died in 1858! Or maybe that is their servant they had. I believe Mr. Coste on attachment 003 is Angelo by date of birth. Many thanks for your help in this mystery! I know they all got here at sometime! Best regards, Barbara

    07/01/2009 09:50:55
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Jacques Mainero
    2. b_waiting
    3. Hello, Is there anyone on this list? I need someone that has Ancestry to please look up JACQUES MAINERO for me to see when he came to New Orleans. I found him on the 1850 census. Can you please look in the years between 1823-1850? Also, I need someone to look up MARIE HELENE MAINERO between the years 1826-1839 to see when she came to New Orleans. They both came from France. My sincere thanks for any help finding this information. Best regards, Barbara

    06/29/2009 08:46:39
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Fw: ancestory.com look up
    2. b_waiting
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: b_waiting To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 4:38 PM Subject: ancestory.com look up Is there someone that can look up these particular passenger and immigration list index? I would like a look at the list to see if it shows more information. I need to know country of origin or birth place on these. If you can get a better picture of the 1860 US Federal Census and the New Orleans Passenger Lists 1820-1945 for me I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your time and attention to these. I am looking for GOZO, MALTA as place of birth on one of these. Best Regards, Barbara 1500s-1900s Name: A. Coste ALSO A. Costa Year: 1836 1838 Age: 25 29 M Est. Birth: abt. 1811 1809 Place: New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana Source Pub: 778.5 Primary: Coste, Mr. Costa, A Source: Brasseaux, Carl A. The "Foreign French:" etc... Maduell, Charles R. etc..... Name: A. Costa Year: 1848 Age: 39 Est. Birth: abt 1809 Place: New Orleans, Louisiana Source Pub: 5030 Primary: Costa, A. Annotation: Mostly from Havana, Cuba. Many lists missing. For the years 1820-1839, see also no. 5028. Source: Maduell, Charles R. , compiler. Index of Spanish Citizens entering the Port of New Orleans etc...

    06/25/2009 06:44:57
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] digest
    2. b_waiting
    3. Hello, Can you please explain what the Digests mail lists are about? What kind of information do you get? Does the Digest list have more information then the mailing list? Thank you for your help in my understanding of the 2 lists. Best Regards, Barbara

    05/07/2009 05:52:31
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA
    2. Rhonda Houston
    3. Barbara, >From the portion noted as The Historic New Orleans Collection and down, explore all those websites and ask questons. But never leave your self a brickwall by 'not asking for a referral' of sometype from anyone you send an email to, so another may have more information and you are provided another place to go to to inquire as to what you want to know. Remember, the more you find out, the better your questions will become, so eventually you'll be asking the specific question that will get you exactly what you want to know....in otherwords, the more you know, the better your questions get! Rhonda -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of b_waiting Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2009 1:14 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA Hi Rhonda, Thank you for your time and attention to my quest. You found all this a lot quicker then I did!!! The web sites you list should be a great help to me! Extra thanks for that list at the end of your reply. The first 5 listings are my Angelo. I have all that information. They had 1 female slave. Do you have any idea how I would go about finding immigrant arrivals to NO that are not on the web? Where are these records located in NO? Much appreciation. Barbara ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rhonda Houston" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2009 9:50 AM Subject: Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA > Hope this helps some! Rhonda Warmack ([email protected]) > > > New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 > Birth, Marriage & Death > > PreviewName: Angelo Costa > Age: 48 yrs > Death Date: 4 Jul 1858 > Color: W > Page: 44 > Volume: 19 > > See more > Name: Angelo Costa > Birth: abt 1810 > Death: 4 Jul 1858 > > > New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 > Birth, Marriage & Death > Name: Angelo Costa > Birth: abt 1810 > Death: 4 Jul 1858 > > > 1850 United States Federal Census > Census & Voter Lists > View Image > Name: Angelo Costa > Birth: abt 1812 - Malta > Residence: 1850 - New Orleans Municipality 1 Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana > > > 1850 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules > Census & Voter Lists > View Image > Name: Angelo Costa > Birth: 1820 > Residence: 1850 - New Orleans Municipality 1 Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana > > > And then, interestingly enough, this has to be another time frame and > different person than who you are looking for found: > > 1930 United States Federal Census > Census & Voter Lists > View Image > Name: Angelo Costa > Spouse: Sebastaian > Birth: abt 1866 - Italy > Residence: 1930 - New London, New London, Connecticut > > > 1930 United States Federal Census > Census & Voter Lists > View Image > Name: Angelo Costa > Birth: abt 1876 - Italy > Residence: 1930 - West New York, Hudson, New Jersey > > > 1930 United States Federal Census > Census & Voter Lists > View Image > Name: Angelo Costa > Spouse: Josephine > Birth: abt 1879 - Italy > Residence: 1930 - Manhattan, New York, New York > -------------------------------------------------------- > > The Historic New Orleans Collection > > http://www.hnoc.org > > 533 Royal Street > New Orleans, LA 70130 > (504) 523-4662 Open Tue-Sat 9:30am-4:30pm > ------------------------------------------ > http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/archives/archives/archives-comite.htm > THE LOUISIANA STATE ARCHIVES > > http://web.syr.edu/~jryan/infopro/hs.html > U.S. State Historical Societies & State Archives Directory > > http://www.louisianahistoricalsociety.org/ > Founded in 1835, the Louisiana Historical Society is the oldest historical > organization in the state. The State of Louisiana first chartered it in > 1836, and has rechartered it several times since then. DOWN IN THE RIGHT > HAND CORNER OF THIS WEBSITE, THERE IS AN SMALL AREA IN WHICH QUERIES TO > THE > LA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MAY BE MADE. MAKE SURE TO DIRECT YOU INQUIRY TO 'THE > ARHIVIST'. HERE'S THE ADDRESS OF THE ARCHIVIST TO WHOM YOU CAN DIRECT > YOUR > QUESTIONS FOR THE PARTICULAR TIMEFRAME THAT YOU WANT TO FIND A FAMILY > SURNAME SOMETHING OUT ABOUT = [email protected] > > > -----Original Message----- > From: [email protected] > [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of b_waiting > Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2009 4:34 PM > To: [email protected] > Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA > > Hello, > > I need some serious help with finding when ANGELO COSTA born about 1811 in > Gozo, MALTA and his wife MARIA MANIERO/MENERO came to New Orleans. I know > she was born in Marseille, France about August 1823 and came to New > Orleans > when she was 3 according to her death certificate. Her father was Italian > and her mother was French. Please look at my web page for all the > information I have gathered on them and now I am at a brick wall. I would > like to put the Costa family on the web alone also. > http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wingrove/s-bergamini-b.htm > Thank you for any help you can give me. It will be greatly appreciated! > > Best regards, > Barbara > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/26/2009 08:02:09
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA
    2. Rhonda Houston
    3. Hope this helps some! Rhonda Warmack ([email protected]) New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 Birth, Marriage & Death PreviewName: Angelo Costa Age: 48 yrs Death Date: 4 Jul 1858 Color: W Page: 44 Volume: 19 See more Name: Angelo Costa Birth: abt 1810 Death: 4 Jul 1858 New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 Birth, Marriage & Death Name: Angelo Costa Birth: abt 1810 Death: 4 Jul 1858 1850 United States Federal Census Census & Voter Lists View Image Name: Angelo Costa Birth: abt 1812 - Malta Residence: 1850 - New Orleans Municipality 1 Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana 1850 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules Census & Voter Lists View Image Name: Angelo Costa Birth: 1820 Residence: 1850 - New Orleans Municipality 1 Ward 7, Orleans, Louisiana And then, interestingly enough, this has to be another time frame and different person than who you are looking for found: 1930 United States Federal Census Census & Voter Lists View Image Name: Angelo Costa Spouse: Sebastaian Birth: abt 1866 - Italy Residence: 1930 - New London, New London, Connecticut 1930 United States Federal Census Census & Voter Lists View Image Name: Angelo Costa Birth: abt 1876 - Italy Residence: 1930 - West New York, Hudson, New Jersey 1930 United States Federal Census Census & Voter Lists View Image Name: Angelo Costa Spouse: Josephine Birth: abt 1879 - Italy Residence: 1930 - Manhattan, New York, New York -------------------------------------------------------- The Historic New Orleans Collection http://www.hnoc.org 533 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 523-4662 Open Tue-Sat 9:30am-4:30pm ------------------------------------------ http://www400.sos.louisiana.gov/archives/archives/archives-comite.htm THE LOUISIANA STATE ARCHIVES http://web.syr.edu/~jryan/infopro/hs.html U.S. State Historical Societies & State Archives Directory http://www.louisianahistoricalsociety.org/ Founded in 1835, the Louisiana Historical Society is the oldest historical organization in the state. The State of Louisiana first chartered it in 1836, and has rechartered it several times since then. DOWN IN THE RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THIS WEBSITE, THERE IS AN SMALL AREA IN WHICH QUERIES TO THE LA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MAY BE MADE. MAKE SURE TO DIRECT YOU INQUIRY TO 'THE ARHIVIST'. HERE'S THE ADDRESS OF THE ARCHIVIST TO WHOM YOU CAN DIRECT YOUR QUESTIONS FOR THE PARTICULAR TIMEFRAME THAT YOU WANT TO FIND A FAMILY SURNAME SOMETHING OUT ABOUT = [email protected] -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of b_waiting Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2009 4:34 PM To: [email protected] Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] ANGELO COSTA Hello, I need some serious help with finding when ANGELO COSTA born about 1811 in Gozo, MALTA and his wife MARIA MANIERO/MENERO came to New Orleans. I know she was born in Marseille, France about August 1823 and came to New Orleans when she was 3 according to her death certificate. Her father was Italian and her mother was French. Please look at my web page for all the information I have gathered on them and now I am at a brick wall. I would like to put the Costa family on the web alone also. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wingrove/s-bergamini-b.htm Thank you for any help you can give me. It will be greatly appreciated! Best regards, Barbara ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/26/2009 03:50:37
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] La Immigrants arriving @ 1832
    2. Rose Core
    3. How does one go about finding immigration papers for ancestors arriving from Germany to New Orleans in 1832. I have not been able to find them on passenger lists and would appreciate any suggestions. Thank you.

    01/18/2009 01:55:55
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833
    2. LYRIA JOHNSON
    3. Have any of you read The Lost German Slave Girl: The Extraordinary True Story of Sally Miller and Her Fight for Freedom in Old New Orleans by John Bailey? It was really a good read and provided actual documents to prove the story. I found out what it was like for my ancestors to travel from Europe to New Orleans. My ancestors settled in the area called The German Coast in Louisiana. Lyria> From: [email protected]> To: [email protected]> Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2009 13:57:20 -0600> Subject: Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833> > Rose:> > Below is the story of the immigration of one of my lines from Germany to US. > They left Germany, arrived in New Orleans then travelled by steam boat up > the Mississippi as far as they could go. Because of ice blocking the river, > they stopped in St. Louis, MO. They then went by wagon to Illinois and > settle there. Perhaps your family had a similar experience. I have learned > that ships would take sugar, etc. from New Orleans port to Europe and then > bring passengers to New Orleans on the return trip.> > Hope this helps,> > Gloria> Texas> > My family's story:> The immigration to the United States by the Gedern, Germany area people was > brought about because of poor economic development in the area, bad weather > conditions and a poor harvest. The people of nearly Wernings, Germany (now > part of Gedern) met at their village inn in 1840. Their leader, teacher > Wilhelm Reifschneider, discussed the plight of the area and urged emigration > to America. As a result of this meeting, a large group of people agreed to > leave Germany and move to America -- eventually settling in the Columbia and > Waterloo [Illinois] areas.> > 29 January 1841 a contract was signed between the German village and the > Count of Solms-Laubach for the purchase of their houses and land. By August > 22, 1842, the county court in Budingen officially permitted the emigration. > August 30, 1842, they were discharged from the vassal union of the state of > Hessen and set out for America.> > After a difficult trip to the Bremen harbor and a nine-day wait for > favorable winds, the emigrants set sail on October 8 on the Swedish > [possibly Norweigian] ship "Mimer" commanded by Captain Sjoberg. The 156 > passengers were not only Werningsers, but also people from neighboring > communities. There were 118 adults, 14 youngsters eight to twelve years of > age, seven youngsters four to eight years of age, nine youngsters one to > four years of age and eight babies. The oldest emigrant was an 89-year-old > man and the youngest was not yet two-months old.> > The "Mimer" arrived in New Orleans on December 2, 1842. From there, the > passengers continued up the Mississippi on a steamboat until large ice > masses near Chester made continuation of the voyage impossible. They > continued the journey to St Louis by wagons, arriving on December 26, 1842, > some 98 days after their German departure. Almost all settled in Illinois > near Waterloo and Columbia. Today, only the ruins of the Marien Church and > the house of the forester of the Count of Solms-Laubach remain in Wernings. > (From the Columbia Sister Cities Book. Sister Cities are Columbia, Illinois > and Gedern, GermanyHere> > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Rose Core" <[email protected]>> To: <[email protected]>> Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 2:52 AM> Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833> > > >I am trying to reconstruct a possible route for my German ancestors about> > 1832 from Germany to the US. The family originated in Landstuhl, Germany > > in> > the State of Bavaria and end up in OH and Louisiana, meaning it looks like> > they split up. This is strange to me because they were all children. I> > cannot find their parents. Is there a likely route (port) that they took> > from Landstuhl, Germany in 1832-33, that might have been the norm for that> > time period to end up in either Ohio or Louisiana? I know this is a broad> > request and the long way around, but I cannot find any immigration > > records.> >> >> >> > Any insight or suggestions would be most appreciated.> >> >> >> > Rose> >> >> > -------------------------------> > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > > quotes in the subject and the body of the message> > > > > > -------------------------------> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/18/2009 12:01:23
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833
    2. Rose Core
    3. Gloria, What an interesting insightful story of your ancestors' travels to the US. What hearty and determined people to get through all the hardships and life threatening events,disease, extreme weather, economic times, to reach their destination. The details are very eye opening as to what conditions they faced, particularly, how groups were organized, possibly villages, to come to the US, where they settled. This is definitely fodder for thinking outside the box. I have been trying to find my LEIBROOK, LEIBROCK, GUENTHER ancestors immigration for years but cannot locate them on any ship in 1832-33. If I keep digging, I believe the trail will eventually lead me to knock down my brick wall. Thanks for your input and helpfulness. Rose Also, in Texas -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wilson Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 1:57 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833 Rose: Below is the story of the immigration of one of my lines from Germany to US. They left Germany, arrived in New Orleans then travelled by steam boat up the Mississippi as far as they could go. Because of ice blocking the river, they stopped in St. Louis, MO. They then went by wagon to Illinois and settle there. Perhaps your family had a similar experience. I have learned that ships would take sugar, etc. from New Orleans port to Europe and then bring passengers to New Orleans on the return trip. Hope this helps, Gloria Texas My family's story: The immigration to the United States by the Gedern, Germany area people was brought about because of poor economic development in the area, bad weather conditions and a poor harvest. The people of nearly Wernings, Germany (now part of Gedern) met at their village inn in 1840. Their leader, teacher Wilhelm Reifschneider, discussed the plight of the area and urged emigration to America. As a result of this meeting, a large group of people agreed to leave Germany and move to America -- eventually settling in the Columbia and Waterloo [Illinois] areas. 29 January 1841 a contract was signed between the German village and the Count of Solms-Laubach for the purchase of their houses and land. By August 22, 1842, the county court in Budingen officially permitted the emigration. August 30, 1842, they were discharged from the vassal union of the state of Hessen and set out for America. After a difficult trip to the Bremen harbor and a nine-day wait for favorable winds, the emigrants set sail on October 8 on the Swedish [possibly Norweigian] ship "Mimer" commanded by Captain Sjoberg. The 156 passengers were not only Werningsers, but also people from neighboring communities. There were 118 adults, 14 youngsters eight to twelve years of age, seven youngsters four to eight years of age, nine youngsters one to four years of age and eight babies. The oldest emigrant was an 89-year-old man and the youngest was not yet two-months old. The "Mimer" arrived in New Orleans on December 2, 1842. From there, the passengers continued up the Mississippi on a steamboat until large ice masses near Chester made continuation of the voyage impossible. They continued the journey to St Louis by wagons, arriving on December 26, 1842, some 98 days after their German departure. Almost all settled in Illinois near Waterloo and Columbia. Today, only the ruins of the Marien Church and the house of the forester of the Count of Solms-Laubach remain in Wernings. (From the Columbia Sister Cities Book. Sister Cities are Columbia, Illinois and Gedern, GermanyHere ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rose Core" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 2:52 AM Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833 >I am trying to reconstruct a possible route for my German ancestors about > 1832 from Germany to the US. The family originated in Landstuhl, Germany > in > the State of Bavaria and end up in OH and Louisiana, meaning it looks like > they split up. This is strange to me because they were all children. I > cannot find their parents. Is there a likely route (port) that they took > from Landstuhl, Germany in 1832-33, that might have been the norm for that > time period to end up in either Ohio or Louisiana? I know this is a broad > request and the long way around, but I cannot find any immigration > records. > > > > Any insight or suggestions would be most appreciated. > > > > Rose > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/18/2009 11:03:23
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833
    2. Wilson
    3. Rose: Below is the story of the immigration of one of my lines from Germany to US. They left Germany, arrived in New Orleans then travelled by steam boat up the Mississippi as far as they could go. Because of ice blocking the river, they stopped in St. Louis, MO. They then went by wagon to Illinois and settle there. Perhaps your family had a similar experience. I have learned that ships would take sugar, etc. from New Orleans port to Europe and then bring passengers to New Orleans on the return trip. Hope this helps, Gloria Texas My family's story: The immigration to the United States by the Gedern, Germany area people was brought about because of poor economic development in the area, bad weather conditions and a poor harvest. The people of nearly Wernings, Germany (now part of Gedern) met at their village inn in 1840. Their leader, teacher Wilhelm Reifschneider, discussed the plight of the area and urged emigration to America. As a result of this meeting, a large group of people agreed to leave Germany and move to America -- eventually settling in the Columbia and Waterloo [Illinois] areas. 29 January 1841 a contract was signed between the German village and the Count of Solms-Laubach for the purchase of their houses and land. By August 22, 1842, the county court in Budingen officially permitted the emigration. August 30, 1842, they were discharged from the vassal union of the state of Hessen and set out for America. After a difficult trip to the Bremen harbor and a nine-day wait for favorable winds, the emigrants set sail on October 8 on the Swedish [possibly Norweigian] ship "Mimer" commanded by Captain Sjoberg. The 156 passengers were not only Werningsers, but also people from neighboring communities. There were 118 adults, 14 youngsters eight to twelve years of age, seven youngsters four to eight years of age, nine youngsters one to four years of age and eight babies. The oldest emigrant was an 89-year-old man and the youngest was not yet two-months old. The "Mimer" arrived in New Orleans on December 2, 1842. From there, the passengers continued up the Mississippi on a steamboat until large ice masses near Chester made continuation of the voyage impossible. They continued the journey to St Louis by wagons, arriving on December 26, 1842, some 98 days after their German departure. Almost all settled in Illinois near Waterloo and Columbia. Today, only the ruins of the Marien Church and the house of the forester of the Count of Solms-Laubach remain in Wernings. (From the Columbia Sister Cities Book. Sister Cities are Columbia, Illinois and Gedern, GermanyHere ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rose Core" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2009 2:52 AM Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833 >I am trying to reconstruct a possible route for my German ancestors about > 1832 from Germany to the US. The family originated in Landstuhl, Germany > in > the State of Bavaria and end up in OH and Louisiana, meaning it looks like > they split up. This is strange to me because they were all children. I > cannot find their parents. Is there a likely route (port) that they took > from Landstuhl, Germany in 1832-33, that might have been the norm for that > time period to end up in either Ohio or Louisiana? I know this is a broad > request and the long way around, but I cannot find any immigration > records. > > > > Any insight or suggestions would be most appreciated. > > > > Rose > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    01/18/2009 06:57:20
    1. [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Germans to the US @ 1833
    2. Rose Core
    3. I am trying to reconstruct a possible route for my German ancestors about 1832 from Germany to the US. The family originated in Landstuhl, Germany in the State of Bavaria and end up in OH and Louisiana, meaning it looks like they split up. This is strange to me because they were all children. I cannot find their parents. Is there a likely route (port) that they took from Landstuhl, Germany in 1832-33, that might have been the norm for that time period to end up in either Ohio or Louisiana? I know this is a broad request and the long way around, but I cannot find any immigration records. Any insight or suggestions would be most appreciated. Rose

    01/17/2009 07:52:25
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] roll call
    2. Samuel Wilson McCloy County Derry Ireland With 12 wife, lived in East Baton Rouge and with second he lived in what was called Brashear back them and Morgan City today. Betty McCloy TX

    12/15/2008 03:18:14
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call -Bordelon, Saucier, Johnsonne,
    2. Researching these names and many more. Avoyelles Parish, Point Coupee, Opelousas areas. I have many records and would love to correspond with other cousins. **************One site has it all. Your email accounts, your social networks, and the things you love. Try the new AOL.com today!(http://pr.atwola.com/promoclk/100000075x1212962939x1200825291/aol?redir=http://www.aol.com/?optin=new-dp %26icid=aolcom40vanity%26ncid=emlcntaolcom00000001)

    11/22/2008 06:20:10
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call - LaCouture , Hamilton , Moran, Morin, Moron, DuMarias, Petit
    2. GENIA EDMONDS
    3. Looking for LaCourture, Hamilton, d'Ambelton, Moron, Morin, Moran, DuMarias, Petit in late 1700's to 1800's ----- Original Message ----- From: "GENIA EDMONDS" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 10:50 PM Subject: Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call - LaCouture , Hamilton , Moran, Morin, Moron > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Angela Chiavetta" <[email protected]> > To: <[email protected]> > Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 2:17 PM > Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call - Tauragrasso; Gioeli/Gioele/Saglibene > > > > Roll call - Tauragrasso; Gioeli/Gioele/Saglibene > > If anyone has any information on the names listed, please let me know. > > Thank you Angela > > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/21/2008 01:39:53
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call - LaCouture , Hamilton , Moran, Morin, Moron
    2. GENIA EDMONDS
    3. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Angela Chiavetta" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 2:17 PM Subject: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] Roll call - Tauragrasso; Gioeli/Gioele/Saglibene Roll call - Tauragrasso; Gioeli/Gioele/Saglibene If anyone has any information on the names listed, please let me know. Thank you Angela ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/20/2008 03:50:17
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] roll call Pazi (Pasi)/ Benuzzi/ Choplin
    2. Carolyn Brown
    3. 1. Louis Pazi b 1855 Tyrol, Austria (now part of Italy) immigrated Oct 1882 through Port of New Orleans to Lafayette, LA Birth name: Luigi Giovanni Batista Pasi.   2. Louis Pazi (Sr) b 1824 Poia, Tyrol, Austria immigrated abt 1885-1889 also to Lafayette, birth name Luigi Pasi.   3. Rosa Pazi wife of Louis Pazi Sr. Birth name Dominica Rosa Benuzzi d 1909   4. Alexandre Choplin b 1844, Le Buis, Yvre-L- Eveque, Sarth, France, immigrated abt 1872 to Broussard, Lafayette Parish, LA d1922    

    11/20/2008 02:42:20
    1. Re: [LA-IMMIGRANTS] roll call
    2. Kathy Minder
    3. Surnames: Redmond, Breen immgrated about 1850 from Wexford IRE Yackley (Jagli) Egert immgrated from Wittisheim, Alsace-Loraine, FR about 1850, also Kathy Walters Minder Geneseo IL -- "My knitting is in a constant state of competition with the household chores. After years and years of painful juggling, I have almost decided to give up on housework. The way I see it I can always clean up the house when I'm old, but I'll never get this knitting time back." ~the Yarn Harlot

    11/20/2008 12:16:41