FREDRICH WILHELM -
# FAMILY MEMBER BIRTH DATE BIRTH PLACE DEATH DATE DEATH PLACE
606 MARON, Michael 26 Sep 1860 Poland 17 Dec 1943 Vernon,B.C.
607 CROISSANT, Karolina 2 Feb 1861 Rohrback,Russia 21 May 1940 Mannville,Alb.
627 MARON, Elizabeth 19 Aug 1895 Friedrichsfeld, Russia 7 Mar 1915
12 MARON, Amelia 27 Feb 1897 Friedrichsfeld, Russia 5 Aug 1987 Vermilion,Alb.
629 MARON, Gustav 1 Jul 1900 Friedrichsfeld, Russia 26 Dec 1990 Vermilion,Alb
630 MARON, Lydia 1 Jul 1900 Friedrichsfeld, Russia
631 MARON, Rienhold 18 Aug 1902 Friedrichsfeld, Russia 4 Oct 1917
632 MARON, Anna 14 Sep 1904 Friedrichsfeld, Russia 6 Dec 2003 Edmonton,Alb.
620 MARON, John Johann 7 Jun 1884 Rohrback, Russia 7 Jul 1965
680 FRICHEL, Christina 25 Jul 1885 6 Jun 1947
686 MARON, Leo 16 Jan 1907 11 Nov 1975
695 MARON, Della 17 Sep 1910 12 Jan 1984
696 MARON, Amelia 20 Apr 2003 Edmonton, Alb.
Final Destination given as Red Deer, Alberta
Built by J.C. Tecklenborg, Geestemunde, Germany, 1908. 17,082 gross tons; 613 (bp) feet long; 68 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 17 knots. 2,519 passengers (425 first class, 338 second class, 1,756 third class).
Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1908 and named Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm. Bremerhaven-
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Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm / Empress of China (III) / Empress of India (II) / Montlaurier / Monteith / Montnairn
When she was laid down at J.C. Tecklenborg of Geestemunde, this Norddeutscher Lloyd ship's name was to be Washington; by the time she was launched in October 1907, however, she had been renamed Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm. Her maiden voyage began on 6 June 1908, and was from Bremen to New York, with stops at Southampton and Cherbourg. She made her last NDL voyage on that route in June 1914, and was in the midst of a cruise to Norway when World War I began in August. She went aground trying to return to Germany, and subsequently was interned at Odda, Norway. Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm attempted to escape from her internment in 1916, but again went aground and was then laid up at Kiel. At the war's end, she was ceded to Great Britain as a war reparation, and was initially charted to the U.S. government for troop repatriation service. In 1920, she was placed under Canadian Pacific management and made her first Liverpool-
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