KOLN - Sailed from Breman, Germany 23 Nov 1907 and arrived at New York 7 Dec 1907

#    FAMILY MEMBER                     BIRTH DATE   BIRTH PLACE         DEATH DATE   DEATH PLACE

 614 CROISSANT, Peter        5 Aug 1858  Rohrbach, Russia   1 Feb 1943 Johnstown, Weld,Col.

1232 KLINE, Katherine        5 Apr 1859  Rohrbach, Russia

1243 CROISSANT, Katharina      Abt 1889  Soloternoka, Russia

1244 CROISSANT, Elizabetha     Abt 1891  Soloternoka, Russia

1245 CROISSANT, Margaretha  20 Nov 1893  Soloternoka, Russia  Mar 1971

1233 CROISSANT, Henry        3 Mar 1896  Soloternoka, Russia 18 Nov 1988  Orange Co.,Calif.

1246 CROISSANT, Rose           Abt 1898  Soloternoka, Russia

1234 CROISSANT, Lydia        7 Nov 1900  Soloternoka, Russia

1235 CROISSANT, Nathalie       Abt 1907  Soloternoka, Russia

....

 612 CROISSANT, John         7 Sep 1854 Rohrbach,     Russia 19 Aug 1926  Buckingham, Weld,Col.

1250 CROISSANT, Mrs Elizabeth  Abt 1862

1251 CROISSANT, Henry          Abt 1891

1252 CROISSANT, Jacob          Abt 1897

1253 CROISSANT, Rosa           Abt 1900

Stated Destination - Loveland, Colorado.


Built by J.C. Tecklenborg, Geestemunde, Germany, 1899. 7,409 gross tons; 429 (bp) feet long; 54 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw.  Service speed 13 knots.  1,970 passengers (120 second class, 1,850 third class).

Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1899 and named Koln. Various, including Bremerhaven-New York service. Laid up at Boston 1914-17. Seized by United States Government, American flag, in 1917 and renamed USS Amphion. Scrapped in 1923.


Source: The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation. American Family  Immigration History Center

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