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From: glo jo <>
Subject: Re: [TSL] where did they land 1904?
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2001 13:31:32 -0500 (EST)
Sue! Bay City Sue!
Thanks so much. I found the page and there they were!
I copied it from the site and now have the manifest!
> Hello Gloria,
> I found the manifest for the Hekla arriving in NY on
> Aug. 16,1904. Did you
> read this?
> If not, here is how I found the manifest.
> First of all I went the long route to determine just
> where the ship entered.
> Using the Cimorelli site "Cimorelli Immigration
> Manifests Online" you can
> verify ships names with dates and ports of arrival.
> Here is the address:
> when the home pages opens, scroll down to Find by
> date, click to open, then
> key in Aug. 01, 1904. You will have to read each
> page till you find the
> Hekla, but this is a great site, very easy to move
> around on and loaded with
> Since I found the Hekla entered NY on Aug 17, I went
> to the alternative Ellis
> Island page created by Stephen P. Morse, to find the
> ship manifest.
> Here is the address for Stephen's site:
> When this page comes up, scroll down to the Missing
> manifest button, click to
> When the Missing Manifest page opens, key in Aug.
> 16, 1904, roll 485, frame
> The manifest for the Hekla starts on page[FRAME]254.
> You will have to read
> through each page (not many) to locate your people.
> I did not read the manifest, just located it. If
> you find the names you are
> searching and the names are crossed off, that means
> for whatever reason, the
> people didn't leave on that ship, on that day.
> Good luck.
> Bay City Sue ~~
> Sue Passariello
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