COLUMBIA

Columbia sailing from Hamburg,  October 11  1900 - Arrival October  26, 1900

Home Previous Next
WEB MENU MASTER LIST MANIFEST 

#    FAMILY MEMBER           BIRTH DATE  BIRTH PLACE              DEATH DATE     DEATH PLACE

1226 ZIMBELMAN, Michael     abt 1858  Russia

1247 ZIMBELMAN, Peter    19 Mar 1889   Rohrbach, Russia  4 Feb 1962   Cheyenne, Kansas

1848 ZIMBELMAN, John     24 Feb 1893   Rohrbach, Russia    Apr 1965   Goodland, Kansas

1849 ZIMBELMAN, Heinrich 22 Nov 1896   Rohrbach, Russia  7 Sep 1967   Goodland, Kansas

1850 ZIMBELMAN, Anna        Abt 1889   Russia

1851 ZIMBELMAN, Eva       4 Nov 1891   Rohrbach, Russia 11 Jun 1941   Cheyenne, Kansas


     Peter Zimbelman married Margaretha Croissant in Colorado

Built by Russell & Company, Port Glasgow, Scotland, 1909. 5,452 gross tons; 400 (bp) feet long; 52 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 14 knots. 1,325 passengers (50 first class, 75 second class, 1,200 third class).

uilt for Austro-Americana Line, Austrian flag, in 1909 and named Columbia. Trieste-New York service service. Sold to Greek owners, in 1931 and renamed Annoula. Lost off the British coast in 1933.