KONGIGIN LUISE sailed From Bremen, Germany and arrived in New York June 30, 1910
This Junker Family's nearly Identical Passenger List ALSO appears under the
Ship Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Arriving in New York June 20, 1910.
(The Same Ship the Maron Family sailed on in 1912) -
I have been unable to locate this family on any of the Wilhelm Manifests
and the original Manifest for the Luise is not available to date.
There is either an error in transcription or the Junker's were originally
booked on the Wilhelm and cancelled and boarded the Luise (possible but
unlikely as there is only a 10 day delay between the two ships).
Until such time as I can document otherwise -
No doubt the key may be:
# FAMILY MEMBERS BIRTH DATE BIRTH PLACE DEATH DATE DEATH PLACE
2288 JUNKER, Johann Abt 1873
2289 VIX KATHRINA Abt 1870
14 JUNKER, Adam Oct 1893 Russia Nov 1975 Kelowna B.C.
2290 JUNKER, Peter Abt 1892
2291 JUNKER, Otto Abt 1895
2292 JUNKER, Diana Abt 1909
Final Destination Was Bismark, North Dakota (per daughter Frieda)
Built by A/G Vulcan Shipyard, Stettin, Germany, 1897. 10,566 gross tons; 552 (bp) feet long; 60 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 14.5 knots. 2,400 passengers (225 first class, 235 second class, 1,940 third class).
Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1897 and named Konigen Luise. Bremerhaven-
Source: The Statue of Liberty-