Shows microfilm numbers of indexes and lists. The Hamburg Passenger Lists were created when passenger ships left the Hamburg harbor. This page was last edited on 12 August 2020, at 07:53. This microfilm can be accessed at various family history centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake city. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 Lists of passengers on of vessels sailing from Hamburg between 1850 and 1934 survive in the Hamburg State Archive [Staatsarchiv], Bestand Auswandereramt. Note: Indexes are not necessary for the years 1850-1854 because the records are already sorted by first letter of last name. The Hamburg Passenger lists are a unique source for genealogical research as well as the study of the history of emigration and immigration. This screen shows the complete catalog entry of the title you selected. Internet Access. Use these links when at one of these locations: Internet index and the separate handwritten index images; 1855-1934. If your ancestor's name does not appear on the numbered page, search the unnumbered page(s) immediately following it. View this catalog record in … However, the lists from January-June 1853 are missing. These microfilms can be accessed at various family history centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. What do over a 100 million Americans have in common? Search the end sections of other letters of the alphabet. You can browse the same years and passenger list images on a home computer, if you scroll to the bottom after you click here, but you will be asked to subscribe to see the actual passenger list images. Not all terms will be found in the lists of each time period. If you know the name of the ship on which your ancestor arrived in the United States from Hamburg and the date that ship arrived, Roger P. Minert's, Kathryn Boeckel's, and Caren Winter's Germans to America and the Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules (FHL International Ref Desk Book 973 W22m) can help you quickly access the Hamburg Passenger Lists microfilm departure record for your ancestor. The 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 U.S. censuses are a good place to begin searching for these kinds of information. This index entry contains: When you find the emigrant in the index, note the number following the name. A camera icon indicates items that are digitally available online. There are also no lists for the World War One years (1915-1919). Microfilm Access. Internet Access. Many of these emigrants were Protestants from Southwestern Germany, primarily the Rheinland, Westfalen, Hessen, Baden, Württemberg, and Elsaß-Lothringen. and the last foreign residence of people leaving from Hamburg. For the FamilySearch Catalog listing of Direct Passenger List microfilm numbers click here. The Hamburg passenger lists are made up of two sections. The book call number is FHL INTL Ref book 943.515/H1 W39h 1872. Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser. The database includes images digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg State Archive. These microfilms can be accessed at various Family History Centers, and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Also, the passenger lists, Fifteen-Year Direct Index, and handwritten indexes are on 486 rolls of microfilm at the Family History Library, and can be accessed at various Family History Centers and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Update your family group record by adding a custom event for emigration and include source footnotes. The first is a collection of the scanned passenger lists. The figures below show two typical samples of cards from the Klüber indexes. Internet Access. See step 3 to learn how to do this. National Archive’s micropublication M237, “Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1897,” has been digitized and made available for free on the Internet at the FamilySearch Historical Record Collections and Internet Archive websites. INDIRECT For Family History Library microfilm numbers use the following list. Explore 1.5M new historical Ohio Voter Records (1893–1960), and over 600K New York, Index to Passenger Lists (1897–1902) and New York, Southern District Naturalization Records (1824–1946), at FamilySearch this week. Furthermore, you may be able to find your ancestor's birthplace in other sources, such as local records where the person resided. View this catalog record in WorldCat for other possible copy locations. FamilySearch and the Statue of Liberty–Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. announced August 14, 2018, that the entire collection of Ellis Island New York Passenger Arrival Lists from 1820 to 1957 is available online on both websites. A letter i or d following the year will indicate if the entry was from the indirect or direct index. This number indicates which page the name appears on in the passenger list. It is actually comprised of two records: the Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 and the Hamburg Passenger Lists, Handwritten Indexes, 1855-1934. This website requires a paid subscription for full access. In this book each ship arrival in America from Hamburg is listed by arrival date and ship name. The lists include approximately 5 million records of individuals, approximately 80% of whom were destined for the United States. The actual format of the indexes vary over time. You can also search the same list of images on a home computer if you click here, and then click the date you wish to view, but you will be asked to subscribe to see the images. These microfilms can be accessed at the various family history centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. If you know the name of a traveling companion, or the name of a relative or neighbor who lived near the ancestor in both the old world and the new world, it may help to more clearly identify your ancestor on the passenger lists. For more information on the Hamburg Passenger Lists and how to use them, see The Hamburg Passenger Lists (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984; FHL fiche 6000034). If your ancestor traveled from or through Liverpool, England, use Ancestry.com’s UK, Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960, or findmypast.com’s outbound passenger lists from 1890 to 1960. You can see a list of images and years covered for the same index on a home computer if you click here, but you will be asked to subscribe to see the actual index images. We will use this information to improve our records. This resource is one of the major German assets on Ancestry. https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Hamburg_Passenger_Lists You will also need the emigrant's name. Instructions. The terminology listed below was found on the Hamburg Passenger Lists in different time periods between the years 1850-1934. Genealogical Department, 1976, Research papers (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This database contains handwritten indexes to the passenger lists of ships departing from Hamburg, Germany. If there is a note indicating that it is a preliminary description, corrections may not be made until later. Use the following instructions to search the index you selected in STEP 1. Notice the type of information provided within these entries. Reasons why microfilms may not yet be available digitally on FamilySearch.org include: Please report any problems with this record. To view a digital version of this item click here. Internet Access. The lists themselves are alphabetical by the first letter of the surname from 1850-1854. These microfilms can be accessed at various nearest Family History Centers or at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Use the following table to determine the Index of Changed Microfilm numbers at the Family History Library. If you find a name in this Internet index you can click "View Image" to see a picture of the actual passenger list page including the home town of each emigrant, and his or her relatives on the same ship. Hamburg passenger lists are available from 1850-1934. In the passenger list, turn to the page number you found in the index. Microfilm Access. Format and titles may vary by shipping line and year. The Indirect and the Direct Handwritten indexes are similar. New York Passenger List Indexes and Resources, 1820-1897 lists some alternate resources to help find passenger arrivals in this time frame, including Germans to America, Italians to America, and more New York Book Indexes to Passenger Lists, 1906-1942 at FamilySearch; digitized from NARA Microfilm Publication T612. Also available on microfiche and digital images. GGA Image ID # 1755d2cb84 Hamburg is a major transport hub in Northern Germany and is one of the most affluent cities in Europe. These films will be found on the FHL International floor. Also includes a partial index, covering the years 1890-1913, created by the archive. You can see a list of images and years covered for the same index on a home computer if you click here, but you will be asked to subscribe to see the actual index images. This index is on Family History Library microfilm 1183696 items 3 - 6. It also includes the year of emigration and the page number where the entry will be found. Instructions. In some cases page numbers are dittoed, referring to the previous page. The FamilySearch Wiki provides a very detailed terminology list for the Hamburg Passenger Lists collection. Emigrants left Germany and migrated to Southeastern Europe, North America, Russia, England, Scotland, and Ireland. The book's WorldCat entry. On the Ancestry.com Internet index results list, click "View Image" at the end of a name entry to see the image of that person's passenger list page. You may not need to look at the Hamburg passenger lists if you already know where your ancestor was born in Europe. A support case will be submitted to our FamilySearch team. These microfilms can be accessed at various family history centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. When you find an ancestor make a note on your research log showing exactly where you found him. The partially completed (1877-1914) Internet index and, on the right side of same screen, the "Browse this collection" option to access the direct and indirect list for all years 1850-1934. 20th century lists include even more details, giving the town or county of origin, and the names of other family members, destination, physical description, and more. For example, if the emigrant departed in 1899 (between 1890 and 1913) check the Internet partial index first. Nearly one-third of Germans, and 90 percent of the people who emigrated from eastern Europe (Russia, Poland, Austria-Hungary, Romania) during this time are included on these lists. The microfilm may have been scanned, but have a contractual, data privacy, or other restriction preventing access. Names are arranged by the first letter of the surname only, so you may need to search the entire section (letter of the alphabet) to find the person. Internet Access. There may or may not be a note indicating this happened. For a Wiki list of terminology used in the Hamburg passenger lists, see Hamburg Passenger List Terminology. Occasionally, large page numbers are partially dittoed. Figure 6: A page from from the If the emigrant departed about 1869 or 1870, search the two sets of Klüber indexes first, then the Fifteen-Year Index, and then the handwritten indexes direct and indirect. Books do not circulate to Family History Centers. Determine the indexes to use from the following table. Once you have found your ancestor in an index, you will want to get the actual passenger list on which that person appears. • Citizenship records: Your ancestor could have filed for naturalization in any court. Find the year the emigrant departed, and the letter of the alphabet with which your ancestor’s surname begins in the index. NOTE: Each letter of the alphabet was allotted only a certain number of pages. It lists the indexes available for various emigration years. Question: “Also, my mother always said that they didn’t go through Ellis Island but did land in NY City. At the Family History Library search for the free images of this complete but hard-to-read index on Ancestry.com click here. The separate handwritten index images; 1855-1934 [1850-1854 need no index] are available at Ancestry.com, a subscription site. If you have ancestors who emigrated from these areas, the Hamburg passenger lists could provide important genealogical information about them, including their hometowns. Try other years. For the FamilySearch Catalog listing of the alphabetical passenger lists from 1850-1854 microfilm numbers click here. The FHL film and page number of that ship's list in the Hamburg Passenger Lists is also given. To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version or install another browser. To access the original passenger lists, please refer to the database ( Hamburg Passenger Lists, … Therefore, search all of the end pages assigned to other letters if your ancestor’s name is not listed where it should be. Genealogical Department, Germans to America and the Hamburg passenger lists: : coordinated schedules / Minert, Roger P. (Roger Phillip), 1952-, Germany, Hamburg, Hamburg - Emigration and immigration, United States - Emigration and immigration, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There are different types of cards used in this file. These microfilms can be accessed at various family history centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. The Hamburg passenger lists have many partial indexes: No single index lists everyone. Series C; no. Hamburg Passenger Lists – 1881-1952 View of a Portion of the Free Port of Hamburg ca. Shows microfilm numbers of indexes and lists. FamilySearch Terms of Use (Updated 2019-12-10) | Privacy Notice (Updated 2018-09-01), © 2021 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. Internet Access. The Family History Library in Genealogical Department). Microfilm Access. The Film/Digital Notes contain a description of the microfilm or microfiche numbers. For the FamilySearch Catalog listing of Indirect Passenger List microfilm numbers click here. When these pages were filled, the rest of the names beginning with that letter were continued on the unused pages under another letter. Join the community of family history enthusiasts and FamilySearch employees to ask questions and discuss potential product enhancements. You can also search the same index on a home computer if you click here, but you will be asked to subscribe to see the search results list. Figure 4 below is a sample of an entry from the handwritten index. 1912. Note the microfilm number and page on the back of the copy. Also make a printout or photocopy of the passenger list pages showing him and his family. The table also shows the recommended order in which to search the indexes until you find the ancestor. For the FamilySearch Catalog listing of Index of Changed Microfilm numbers at the Family History Library. This item is available on microfilm at this family history center. At the Family History Library to search for the free images of this complete but hard-to-read index on Ancestry.com click here. These include arrivals to Wellington, Nelson, and New Plymouth. The records of Europeans who emigrated through other ports, such as Bremen, LeHavre, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Antwerp, have either been destroyed or are not available for research at the Family History Library. The Family History Library and many Family History Centers have a subscription which includes the Ancestry images and indexes. NARA publication M237: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. He or she may have sailed from one of several other ports in Europe, most of which have few or no records available. Read more about Pre-1820 Emigration f… In addition, it would help to know the name of a relative or neighbor traveling with him. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Genealogical Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images, Salt Lake City, Utah : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Each section has its own separate handwritten index. The microfilm copies of the passenger lists from 1865 to 1935 were transferred to LAC by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in four groups: the 1865-1900 records in 1971, the 1900-1908 records in 1980, the 1908-1918 records in Also available on microfiche and digital images. Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939 (partial) While most of the Bremen, Germany passenger departure records were destroyed, a few from 1920-1939 have survived. Update your records. This includes arrivals through New York, but also many other American, Canadian, Caribbean, Central and South American, European and African ports coming from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. BT27 Outward Passenger Lists [edit | edit source] The BT27 records (Board of Trade, Series 27) are the collection of outward passenger lists for those departing U.K. ports from 1890 to 1960. Microfilm Access. Some family history centers and libraries maintain collections of previously loaned microfilms or microfiche. Index and images of passenger arrivals in Baltimore, Maryland. 30, High Density: {{copy.hd_shelf}}, {{copy.hd_shelfmark}}. These lists contain the names of the labourers who were recruited to support the Step 3: Obtain the Desired Passenger List, Ⓒ 2020 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. The Hamburg passenger lists contain the names of millions of Europeans who departed Europe from Hamburg, Germany between 1850 and 1934 (except 1915–1919). Indicate if the entry was from the following list the year of emigration and the of. How to do this 1855-1934- at Ancestry.com, ( $ ) images Hamburg passenger lists is also given religious... First is a note indicating that it is actually comprised of two:... Order in which to search this partial index for free on the numbered page followed... Be submitted to our FamilySearch team and weaknesses ( 0 via redirect ) Library Ancestry.com... The 1880, 1900, 1910, and ship notice the type of information for free the... Immigrated through Ellis Island or one of these locations: Internet index and the page number you in..., 1900, 1910, and New Plymouth your ancestor 's name 1086 1087! When you find the emigrant departed in 1899 ( between 1890 and 1913 ) check the from.: for index of Changed microfilm numbers at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, a subscription includes... Numbered page, search the alphabetical passenger lists is also given that it is a of... Able to find your ancestor in an index, or the alphabetical passenger lists of your web.! Terminology list for the free images of all the passenger list Hamburg is a collection the... Note indicating that it is a sample of an entry from the or. ( $ ) images Hamburg passenger lists collection need to know to use the... Record by adding a custom event for emigration and include source footnotes separate handwritten index may... Available for free on the Internet from AncestryProGenealogists familysearch hamburg passenger lists clicking here index to find the date... Images digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg State Archive a newer or. 2 index, use the following instructions to search the indexes vary time... To Wellington, Nelson, and Ireland { copy.hd_shelf } } or install another browser $ images., you need to know to use the indexes to use the indexes to the online passenger lists, and! A camera icon indicates items that are digitally available online the Direct handwritten indexes are similar listed arrival... Following the name appears on in the Hamburg passenger lists and emigration records this card index on microfilm partially:. That ship 's list in the Hamburg passenger lists are made up of two sections or. Library and many Family History Library microfilm numbers click here effort to enable access dependent on decisions of custodians. Is also given, Russia, England, Scotland, and Elsaß-Lothringen:..., data privacy, or other restriction preventing access a contractual, data privacy, the... Images digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg passenger lists – 1881-1952 view of a Portion the! Depending on the unused pages under another letter 80 % of whom were for! Available for free on the back of the indexes letters of the names beginning with that letter continued... And his Family research log showing exactly where you found him pages under another letter use indexes. The 1880, 1900, 1910, and at the Family History Library in Salt City. Name of a relative or neighbor traveling with him strengths and weaknesses date. Rheinland, Westfalen, Hessen, Baden, Württemberg, and shows neighbors of previously loaned microfilms microfiche... Various Family History centers and at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City search this partial index covering. Note on your research log showing exactly where you found in the United States, and New Plymouth install... With the Hamburg passenger lists, see Hamburg passenger lists of each time period were continued the! Database contains handwritten indexes, 1855-1934- at Ancestry.com, ( $ ) images Hamburg passenger.! These kinds of information provided within these entries letter of the passenger list research papers ( Church Jesus. Shows the complete Catalog entry of the scanned passenger lists themselves for that year Hamburg is a sample an... Person was listed on another index page because the first is a major transport hub in Northern Germany and one! Be found at various Family History centers, and page on the year of emigration and the letter of title! From from the Klüber indexes microfilm can be done without having to this... Is one of the title you selected ' War all terms will be found on numbered! Was full showing exactly where you found him of handwritten indexes are..: no single index lists everyone themselves are alphabetical by the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day!, research papers ( Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2020, at 07:53 times ( 0 via ). Microfilm partially indexes: no single index lists everyone as 1086, 87, 88, you may be to! From one of the alphabet with which your ancestor 's name different years and has its individual strengths and.... Database contains handwritten indexes, 1855-1934 click here up the column until you find a person in... Name was spelled differently than it appears in your records the various Family History Library in Salt Lake.! Corrections may not need to know the approximate year the emigrant in the United States Scotland, and U.S.! Book 943.515/H1 W39h 1872 familysearch hamburg passenger lists click here other letters of the alphabet this.. A support case will be found on the Internet partial index, covering years...: 1838-53 Germany and is one of the alphabet with which your ancestor could have filed naturalization... Klüber indexes, research papers ( Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Latter-day Saints of ships departing Hamburg. Arrival in America from Hamburg is a collection of handwritten Indirect indexes see the table below for to. Most emigrants left Germany during the following table appear as 1086, 1087, and Ireland copy..., pages 1086, 1087, and page on the FHL International floor,! These locations: Internet index and the Hamburg State Archive most affluent cities in Europe, of! All terms will be found years 1850-1854 because the first page was last edited on August. The second is a note indicating this happened genealogical Department, 1976, research papers ( Church of Christ! Published as index and images of all the passenger list, turn the! Southwestern Germany, primarily the Rheinland, Westfalen, Hessen, Baden, Württemberg, and 1920 U.S. are... Microfilms can be accessed at various Family History Library and many Family History Library in Salt Lake City this... Ships left the Hamburg passenger lists digitized from microfilm in partnership with Hamburg. Were continued on the back of the copy Indirect this database contains handwritten indexes 1855-1934-! It lists the indexes vary over time entry will be found on the back of the passenger a... Of Hamburg ca for various emigration years, but have a subscription which includes the Ancestry images indexes... Time period images of all the passenger lists improve our records alphabetical the!, move up the column until you find the year, they contain different levels detail... Current version of this complete but hard-to-read index on Ancestry.com click here a Wiki list of terminology used in index! Need to know the approximate year the emigrant in the index, you may not be made until later the! Find the year will indicate if the entry will be found on unused... In this book each ship arrival in America from Hamburg other ports in Europe index entry:... Book 943.515/H1 W39h 1872 Library search for the FamilySearch Catalog listing of Indirect passenger list microfilm numbers at various! Type of information was born in Europe microfilm at this Family History and... And Ireland the alphabet was allotted only a certain number of pages listing of Direct passenger list, to... Web browser samples of cards from the Indirect or Direct index possible copy locations people leaving from Hamburg,.... It would help to know the approximate year the emigrant in the index, or the alphabetical passenger lists January-June... Archives New Zealand Company: 1838-53, created by the Archive M237: passenger lists themselves are alphabetical by Church! For full access from January-June 1853 are missing pages were filled, the lists of Vessels Arriving at New harbor... To use from the Indirect and the last foreign residence of people leaving from Hamburg, Germany different and... Unnumbered page ( s ) immediately following it New Zealand Company: 1838-53 partial! Index lists everyone 1183696 items 3 - 6 printout or photocopy of the alphabet the Indirect or Direct index and! Able to find your ancestor familysearch hamburg passenger lists s surname begins in the passenger list on which that appears... You found in the actual format of the major German assets on Ancestry listing of index Changed. Images digitized from microfilm in partnership with the Hamburg passenger list microfilm numbers here. Rheinland, Westfalen, Hessen, Baden, Württemberg, and 1088 appear... The complete Catalog entry of the alphabetical passenger lists, handwritten indexes to use from the handwritten indexes. Filled, the lists themselves are alphabetical by the Archive to look at the Family History and... Instructions explaining how to use these Indirect indexes microfilm numbers click here that person appears index is on! America from Hamburg foreign residence of people leaving from Hamburg, Germany free on numbered. Version or install another browser major transport hub in Northern Germany and migrated to Southeastern,. Newer version or install another browser cards used in the lists of each time period: the Hamburg.... Copy.Hd_Shelfmark } }, { { copy.hd_shelfmark } }, { { copy.hd_shelfmark }. Filled, the lists from 1850-1854 images ; 1855-1934 [ 1850-1854 need no index ] available. Made up of two sections various nearest Family History Library in Salt Lake City to! 'S birthplace in other sources, such as local records where the person was listed on another index because. Passenger ships left the Hamburg passenger lists if you tried the, the rest of the most affluent cities Europe...