Barry’s GenSites: Bremen Passenger Lists

Posted on Jun 19, 2012

Bremen was another frequent port of departure for immigrants who hailed from countries once part of Austria or Hungary.  Unfortunately, with the exception of 2,953 passenger lists for the years 1920-39, all other lists were either lost or destroyed.  You can search the database free of charge, and obtain such details as Family Name, First name(s), Sex, Age, Place of Residence, Nationality, Profession and Destination.  Bremen started keeping passen¬ger departure lists in 1832, but most of them were lost in war or discarded for lack of space.  Only this site's 2,851 lists, naming 637,880 passengers, survive.

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Category:  Austro-Hungarian Genealogy

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