The Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild (ISTG) is a free website for ship lists and passenger lists.

 

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 1, at ISTG

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 2, at ISTG

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 3, at ISTG

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 4, at ISTG

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 5, at ISTG

US – Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, vol 6, at ISTG

 

 

Useful genealogy and family history information includes:

  • emigration records

  • immigration records

  • naturalization records

  • ethnic research

  • passenger ship types

  • passenger ship images

  • some birth and baptism records

 

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  1. My Grand mothers name was Eva Elizabeth Meyer- Maier (sp) she entered the U.S. sometime between 1903 & 1905. Traveling with her was Husband . Jakob- Jacob- Maier- Meyer, daughter 1-2 years old -Lydia was her name. Also sister Lydia Maier-Meyer who was about 18 yrs. old, and Frederick Foos, abt 18. They entered in Baltimore . I have no idea from where they left Germany , the date or name of the ship. Plus the date they arrived in the U.S. I’m looking for these facts if you can help. Thank You in advance for your help.

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