Sailing from Bremen arriving in New York 25 November 1895
# FAMILY MEMBERS BIRTH DATE BIRTH PLACE DEATH DATE DEATH PLACE
26 MOHL, Maria Sep 1894 Grimm, South Russia 12 Jul 1985 Rimbey, Alberta
1378 MOHL,Alexander Abt 1892 Russia
1377 MOHL,Mrs Ephrosine Abt 1870 Russia
1376 MOHL, Alexander Abt 1869 Russia
Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Glasgow, Scotland, 1891.
4,996 gross tons; 415 (bp) feet long; 48 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine,
single screw. Service speed 13 knots. 1,988 passengers (50 first class, 38 second class,1,900 third class).
Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1891 and named Weimar.
Bremerhaven-New York service. Sold to Lloyd del Pacifico, Italian flag, in 1908 and
renamed Santiago. Sold to Chilean owners, in 1909 and renamed Armonia. Torpedoed and
sunk by a German submarine in the Mediterranean on March 15, 1918.
Photo: Peabody Essex Museum
Source: The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation. American Family Immigration History Center