Bremen-Departed Bremen,Germany April 7 arrived at New York April 18.1900
# FAMILY MEMBERS BIRTH DATE BIRTH PLACE DEATH DATE DEATH PLACE
2121 TESKE, Jacob 30 May 1870 Bergdorf, Gluckstal 24 Apr 1945 Eureka, S.D.
2122 PFEIFFER, Louisa 26 Oct 1876 Bergdorf, Gluckstal
2123 TESKE, Katherine Abt 1898 Abt 1966
Final Destination Eureka, South Dakota
Built by Schichau Shipyard, Danzig, Germany, 1897. 10,552 gross tons; 550 (bp) feet long; 60 feet wide.
Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 14 1/2 knots. 2,330 passengers (230 first class, 250 second class, 1,850 third class).
Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1897 and named Bremen. Bremerhaven-New York, Austrlia and Mediterranean-New York service. Nearly lost in Great Hoboken Pier Fire on June 30, 1900. Laid-up 1914-18. Given as reparations to P&O Lines, British flag, in 1919. London-Australia service. Sold to Byron Steam Navigation Company, British flag, in 1921 and renamed Constantinople. Piraeus-Mediterranean ports-New York service. Renamed King Alexander in 1924. Also Piraeus-Mediterranean ports-New York service. Scrapped in Italy in 1929.
Source: The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation. American Family Immigration History Center