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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. Bremen, 27 February 1926

Third Class Passenger List for the S.S. Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 27 February 1926 from Bremen for New York via Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain R. Wurpts

List of Third Class Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. Bremen

Captain R. Wurpts

From Bremen to New York via Queenstown (Cobh)

Saturday, 27 February 1926

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain : R. Wurpts
  2. First Officer W. Peter/n(511er
  3. Second Officer F. Schmidt
  4. Second Officer H. Kerkhoff
  5. Fourth Officer K. Hillmann
  6. Fourth Officer J. Haggenmuller
  7. Physician Dr. O. Appelt
  8. First Chief Engineer O. Wetzlau
  9. Second Chief Engineer H. Robke
  10. Third Chief Engineer F. Lucke
  11. Third Chief Engineer R. Ebert
  12. Fourth Chief Engineer O. Schroder
  13. Fourth Chief Engineer A. v. Seggern
  14. Fourth Chief Engineer H. Loheide
  15. Purser P. Radler
  16. Assistant Purser K. Nahrath
  17. Chief Steward H. Hoffmeister
  18. Chief Steward, Third Class K. Hering
  19. Assistant Chief Steward J. Wagner
  20. Assistant Chief Steward K. Haverkamp
  21. Chief Cook H. Sunkel
  22. Baggage Master R. Scriba
  23. First Radio Officer H. Paulsen
  24. Second Radio Officer F. Schnitker
  25. Third Radio Officer H. During

Ships List of Third Class Passengers

Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd S.S. Bremen - Feb 1926
  1. Mr. Anschiitz
  2. Mr. Hermann Bartsch
  3. Mr. Heinrich Bassen
  4. Mrs. Anna Baumann and Children
  5. Mr. Paul Bens
  6. Mr. Otto Berg
  7. Mr. Kurt Berthold
  8. Mr. Wilhelm Beutner and Family
  9. Mr. Ernst Benz
  10. Mr. Hans Bier
  11. Mrs. Hans Bier
  12. Miss Luise Bier
  13. Mr. Augustin Blaj
  14. Mr. Albert Blomeyer
  15. Mr. Josef Bobinger
  16. Mr. ChristianBodenschatz
  17. Miss Lina Boeger
  18. Mr. Franz Paul Bogumil
  19. Miss Frieda Biihme and Son
  20. Miss Louise Bongard
  21. Mr. Emil Bormuth
  22. Mrs. Emil Bormuth
  23. Mr. Ludwig Brandt
  24. Mr. William Briz
  25. Mr. Emil Brockmann
  26. Mr. Johann Briichle
  27. Miss Magdal. Bruegmann
  28. Mr. August Briimmer
  29. Mr. Anton Brunnholze
  30. Mr. Wilhelm Bruns
  31. Mr. Jacob Buchholz
  32. Mr. Adam Buchsenschiitz
  33. Mr. Ernst Buhk
  34. Mr. Johann Biindgens
  35. Mr. John Biischer
  36. Mr. Robert Buschke
  37. Mr. Eugen Christmann
  38. Mr. Carl Clemen
  39. Mrs. Anna Danner and Sohn
  40. Mr. Hermann Deeken
  41. Mrs. Theresia Derkitsch and Family
  42. Mr. Friedrich Diekmann
  43. Mr. Konstantin Dietrich
  44. Mrs. Konstantin Dietrich
  45. Mr. Eduard Dietrich
  46. Mr. Friedrich Dietrich and Family
  47. Mr. Adam Dorflinger
  48. Mr. Alois Dubiel
  49. Mr. Fritz Dujesiefken
  50. Miss Leni Diinhuber
  51. Mr. Georg Diinhuber
  52. Mr. Claus Eckhoff
  53. Mr. Ludwig Eckhoff
  54. Mr. Willy Ehlers
  55. Mr. Walter Eichacker
  56. Mr. Adam Erlenbach
  57. Mr. Friedrich Faist
  58. Mr. Friedrich Falz
  59. Mr. Theodor Fehrenbacher
  60. Mr. Georg Fendt
  61. Miss Elisabeth Flaig
  62. Mr. Franz Fleischacker
  63. Mr. Otto Flick
  64. Frani. Friederike Fritz
  65. Mr. Otto Frailer
  66. Frau!. Alma Frohlich
  67. Mr. Josef Fui3
  68. Mr. Albert Gaertner
  69. Mr. Hermann Ganz
  70. Mr. Rudolph Gering and Family
  71. Mr. Fritz Germann
  72. Miss Hildegard Geiger
  73. Mr. Peter Gerfertz
  74. Mr. Johannes Gerhold
  75. Frau!. Henriette v. Glahn
  76. Mr. Ernst Godde
  77. Mr. Karl Graf
  78. Mr. August Gramatzki and Family
  79. Mr. Fritz Gramatzki
  80. Mr. Otto Gramatzki
  81. Mr. Fritz Greilich
  82. Mr. Wilhelm Greiner
  83. Mr. Groehagen
  84. Mr. Groehagen
  85. Mr. Valentin Gross
  86. Mr. Anton Grossmann
  87. Mr. Max Griinstein
  88. Miss Louise Kehmeyer
  89. Mr. Kurt Keiger
  90. Mrs. Emma Kerner and Sohn
  91. Mr. Georg Kersting
  92. Mr. Johannes Kirschmann
  93. Mrs. Johannes Kirschmann
  94. Mr. Friedrich Kirschmann
  95. Mr. Karl Klein
  96. Mr. Benedikt Kieiber
  97. Mr. Reinhold Kleiner
  98. Mrs. Reinhold Kleiner
  99. Mr. Paul Klimek
  100. Mr. Georg Klimek
  101. Mr. Rudolf Knothe
  102. Mr. Anton Koch
  103. Mr. August Koczkowski
  104. Mr. Karl L. Koesling
  105. Mr. Josef Kolb
  106. Mrs. Elisa Kolb
  107. Mr. Friedrich Konrad
  108. Mr. Heinrich Kroger
  109. Miss Elisabeth Kruger
  110. Mr. Ferdinand Kruger
  111. Miss Johanne Kruger
  112. Mrs. Anna Kulisch
  113. Miss Lydia Kuntzsch
  114. Mr. Gustav Kuntzsch
  115. Mrs. Elsa Kunart
  116. Frau'. Emma Kunzmann
  117. Mr. Paul Kuratis
  118. Mr. Karl Kurtz
  119. Mr. Fritz Kiistin
  120. Mr. Hellmut Kyllmann
  121. Mr. Siegmund Lazarus
  122. Mr. Richard Leipziger
  123. Mrs. Marie Lerch
  124. Miss Frieda Lichtblau
  125. Mr. Fritz Lindbiichler
  126. Mr. Karl Linke
  127. Mr. Heinz Lowenstein
  128. Mr. Karl Luschwitz
  129. Mr. Paul Lux
  130. Mr. Walter Liihmann
  131. Mr. Bruno Maeding
  132. Mr. Otto Maier
  133. Mr. Wilhelm Maier
  134. Mr. Jakub Malar
  135. Mr. Friedrich Mehlhap
  136. Mrs. Martha Meichsun and Sohn
  137. Mrs. Angela Meiners
  138. Mr. August Metzler
  139. Mr. Ernst Meurer
  140. Mr. Angelus Meyer
  141. Mrs. Amalie Michaelis and Family
  142. Miss Frieda Mielenz
  143. Miss Martha Mierdel
  144. Miss Anna Molitorisova
  145. Mrs. Elisabeth Mona und Tochter
  146. Miss Hedwig Maus
  147. Mr. Thomas Wiz]
  148. Miss Lina Muller
  149. Mr. Herbert Muller
  150. Mr. Friedrich Muller
  151. Miss Bertha Muller
  152. Mr. Ernst Mufibach
  153. Mrs. Ernst Mul3bach
  154. Mrs. Giesela Mul3bach
  155. Miss Josefine Nacken
  156. Mr. Hugo Neuffer
  157. Mr. August Nicola
  158. Mr. Felix Niemeyer
  159. Mr. Bruno Nikiaus
  160. Mr. Hans Noack
  161. Mr. Robert Nolte
  162. Mr. Otto Obhcf
  163. Mr. Konrad Ochs
  164. Miss Katharina Ochs
  165. Mr. Friedrich Ohnmacht
  166. Miss Hermine Okkinga
  167. Mr. Josef Ortmeyer
  168. Fran!. Anna Ott
  169. Mrs. Johanna Peitsch und Tochter
  170. Mr. Louis Peters and Family
  171. Mr. Georg Peter and Family
  172. Mr. Justus Pflager
  173. Mr. Herbert Philipp
  174. Mr. John Pieper
  175. Mrs. John Pieper
  176. Mr. Lukas Plaikner
  177. Mrs. Henriette Pollmann
  178. Mr. Wilhelm Posse!
  179. Mr. Heinrich Prange
  180. Mr. Albert Przinda
  181. Miss Marie Patz
  182. Mr. Karl Raabe
  183. Miss Margaretha Reif
  184. Mr. Emil Reich
  185. Mr. Hugo Reich
  186. Miss Helene Reich
  187. Miss Lina Reichert
  188. Mrs. Louise Reinfurt
  189. Mr. Curt Reus
  190. Mr. Alexander Reus
  191. Mrs. Clara Reus
  192. Mr. Wilhelm Richter
  193. Mr. Peter Rickels
  194. Mr. Bernhard Rogge
  195. Mr. Willy Rohling
  196. Mr. Christian Roper
  197. Mr. Kuve Ropsca and Family
  198. Mr. Heinrich Rostek
  199. Mr. August Sandmann
  200. Mr. Willi Sandmaier
  201. Mr. Wilhelm Seitz and Family
  202. Mr. Karl Sewtz
  203. Mr. Beve Siebens
  204. Miss Anna Sigmunzik
  205. Miss Erna Solasczek
  206. Mr. Wilhelm Sonnstedt
  207. Mr. Jakob Spiegel
  208. Mr. Heinrich Spielkamp
  209. Mr. Josef Spielkamp
  210. Miss Louise Sal%rick
  211. Mrs. Maria Szaj and Children
  212. Mr. Rudolf Schaper
  213. Mr. Ernst Schild
  214. Mr. Theodor Schillmat
  215. Miss Adeline Schirmer
  216. Miss Margarethe Schlanow
  217. Miss Emilie Schlumbrecht
  218. Mrs. KunigundeSchmeufler
  219. Mr. Walter Schmid
  220. Miss Berta Schmiedel
  221. Mr. Wilhelm Schmidt
  222. Mr. Heinrich Schmidt
  223. Mr. Robert Schneider
  224. Miss Anna Schneider
  225. Miss Paula Schneider
  226. Mr. Friedrich Schneider
  227. Mr. Heinrich Schniedewind
  228. Miss Marie Schniedewind
  229. Mr. Franz Schnoor
  230. Mr. Karl Schnoor
  231. Miss Minna Schnoor
  232. Mr. Eduard Scholz
  233. Mr. Heinrich Schopp
  234. Mr. Hugo Schulte-Schrepping and Familie
  235. Mrs. Auguste Schiller
  236. Mr. Wilhelm Schu iten
  237. Mr. Friedrich Schutte
  238. Mr. Hinrich Schwareiter
  239. Mr. Albert Schwarz
  240. Mrs. Alma Schwarzbach und Tochter
  241. Mr. Peter Schwarzfischer
  242. Mr. Karl Stahl
  243. Mrs. Leopold Stahl
  244. Miss Martha Stahl
  245. Mr. Jacob Stein
  246. Mr. Paul Steingass
  247. Mr. Wilhelm Steinke
  248. Mr. Johann Sternberger
  249. Mr. Karl Sternberger
  250. Mr. Franz Xaver Stiegler
  251. Miss Gretl Stockbauer
  252. Mrs. Babara Stockus and Children
  253. Mr. Ludwig Stoklikowits
  254. Mr. Otto Stolting
  255. Mr. Emil Strehle
  256. Mr. Hermann Tholen
  257. Mr. Dietrich Tiitjer
  258. Mr. John J. Tillenberg
  259. Mr. AntoniusTimmermann
  260. Mr. Theodor Trenkelbach
  261. Miss Else Uhden
  262. Mr. Mathias Valestin
  263. Mr. Karl Wilhelm Vette
  264. Mr. Ludwig Volkert
  265. Mr. Erich Vo13
  266. Mr. Hermann Vo13
  267. Mr. Ludwig Wagner
  268. Mr. Kasian Warenycia
  269. Miss Wilhelmine Weber
  270. Mr. Friedrich Weidig
  271. Mrs. Paulina Weidig and Son
  272. Mr. Paul Weidlich
  273. Mr. Berthold Weisheit
  274. Mr. Willi Weiss
  275. Mr. Georg Willuweit and Family
  276. Mr. Jacob Wendel
  277. Mr. Paul Wentworth
  278. Miss Wilhelmine Werner
  279. Mr. Juan Werth
  280. Mr. Franz Westrich
  281. Miss Katharina Wiegand
  282. Mr. Michael Wilhalm
  283. Mr. Rimt Willms and Family
  284. Mr. Robert Winkels
  285. Mrs. Emma Wolf and Children
  286. Mr. Hermann Wolf
  287. Mr. Max Wottke
  288. Mr. Arthur Wodz
  289. Miss Lina Wohlleben
  290. Mr. Paul Zange and Familie
  291. Mr. Willy Zellmer
  292. Mr. Bruno Zeps
  293. Mrs. Karoline Ziegler and Familie
  294. Mr. Fritz Ziemes
  295. Miss Gertrud Zylka

To Queenstown (Cobb):

  1. Mr. Alois Arnitz
  2. Mr. Hans Duis
  3. Mr. Gustav Hauel
  4. Mr. Konrad Heilmeier
  5. Mr. Otto Hentschel
  6. Mr. Walter Holle
  7. Mrs. Olga Holle
  8. Mr. Albert Liebert
  9. Miss Mangar-Biindgens
  10. Mrs. Rosa Mayer
  11. Mr. Paul My
  12. Mr. Leander Pichler
  13. Mr. Konrad Russ
  14. Mr. Philipp Sauer
  15. Mr. Diedrich Schmidt
  16. Mr. Paul Schramm

Information for Passengers

Letters for Passengers
will be brought on board at the port of destination before the Passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.


Letters and Telegrams. The Chief Steward is charged with the distribution of incoming mail.

Letters for Passengers will be brought on board at the port of destination before the Passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

Before leaving the ship Passengers are recommended to notify the purser's office of their address, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded to them.

Letters and telegrams may be directed in co any of the company's agents.

Telegrams which are to be despatched from the next port are accepted at the purser's office only ; wireless messages at the ship's wireless station.

Photographer. The photographer is entitled to charge for his services in accordance with the tariff exhibited.

Service. Passengers are requested, in their own interest, to submit any complaints they desire to make to the Captain at the time of his daily round of inspection every morning. The wishes of the Passengers will be considered in the best possible manner.

Fire-arms. The carrying of fire-arms of any kind is prohibited by law in the U. S. A. Offenders are liable to heavy fines and punishment.

The purser will accept valuables etc. duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The purser will give a receipt on demand.

Baggage. Only small parcels, and hand baggage in limited quantity may be taken into the stateroom. Trunks and other bulky articles must be stored in the baggage room, to which Passengers have access daily, at stated times.

Each passenger must fill up a "Customs-Declaration" of his or her personal luggage.

In the case of families the oldest member is entitled to fill up this declaration for the whole family. Blank forms will be distributet on board the steamer.

Pieces of baggage, packets &c., destined to be re-forwarded, for storage, or for delivery to a third party, are to be handed to the Baggage Officer or the Baggage Master who, alone, are competent to receive them.

The Company accepts no responsibility for any article handed over by Passengers to other members of the ship's personnel.

Passengers are requested to take care that, when leaving the steamer, no personal effects are left behind in the cabins or other rooms.

Passengers who are required to observe their immigration formalities at Ellis Island have to exchange the Company's luggage tickets for the Ellis Island metal checks as soon as their baggage has been inspected by the American custom-house officers, and before proceeding to Ellis Island.

DoppelschraubenPostdampfer, "Bremen"
10 826 Brutto-Reg.-Tons, 159,56 m Liinge, 18,34 m Breite

1926-02-27 Third Class, S.S. Bremen, Bremen to New York via Queenstown (Cobh), Captain R. Wurpts. Photographs included are the Grand Staircase (Treppenaufgang im Verwaltungsgebäude); Bremerhaven / Kaiserhafen; Bremerhaven / Ankunft des S.S. Columbus, Speisesaal III. Klasse SS Columbus; Damenzimmer III Klasse, S.S. Sierra Morena; and Kabine III Klass mit vier Betten. In German.

February 1926 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Bremen

Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd S.S. Bremen - Feb 1926
  • Date of Voyage: 1926 February 27 - March 11
  • Vessel: Bremen
  • Class: Third Class Passengers
  • Route: Bremen » Queenstown (Cobh) » New York
  • Captain: R. Wurpts
  • Number of Printed Pages: 28
  • Transcription: Not Yet Transcribed
  • Récapitulation:
    • Third Class Passengers (Note 1): Count Not Reported
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 25
    Language(s): German with some English
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Dimensions: 13.5 x 20.9 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 237, Column 3

Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen (North German Lloyd)
Liste der Reisenden (Passenger List)
Bremen nach New York über Queenstown (Cobh) (Bremen, Germany to New York via Queesntown)
S.S. Bremen (S.S. Bremen)
am 27 Februar 1926 (Sailing on 27 February 1926)
26 Pages.
In German with some English.

Contents:

  • Briefe für Passagiere (Letters for Passengers)
  • Photographs
    • Norddeutscher Lloyd / Bremen
      • Verwaltungsgebäude Bremen
      • Treppenaufgang im Verwaltungsgebäude
    • Bremerhaven
      • Kaiserhafen
      • Ankunft des D. Columbus
  • Title Page
  • Listing of Ships' Officers
  • Namen der passagiere (Passenger Names)
  • Wissenswertes für die Reisenden
  • Information for Passengers
  • Flotte des Nordeutschen Lloyd (North German Lloyd Fleet Listing)
  • Entfernungen in Seemeilen (Table of Distances)
  • Fahrplan To New York und Von New York (List of Sailing Dates) for 1926 To and From New York
  • Advertisement
    • Tours to North & South America, Australia, and Africa abord the Columbus *
  • Zeidifferenz (Time Zone Differences)
  • Photographs
    • D. Columbus Speisesaal III. Klasse (Third Class Dining Room aboard the S.S. Columbus)
    • D. Sierra Morena Damenzimmer III. Klasse (Third Class Lounge aboard the S.S. Sierra Morena)
    • D. Columbus Kabine III. Klasse mit vier Betten (Third Class Stateroom showing Berths and Wash Basins)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Personenverkehr (Listing of Agents of the North German Lloyd)

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GGA Inventory Ref Nbr: AMSN 2157077526

 

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