Canopic manifest

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Canopic manifest

Postby wahkontah » 18 Mar 2013, 23:28

On June 27, 1904 I see my Grandfather on the manifest with his Paternal Grandmother
He was 8 veto la Banca , his Grandmother Guiseppe Girrantana La Banca are listed, but then crossed out. Does that mean they were not allowed in Boston?

In Sept. 11, 1904 I find Veto La Banca on the the ship Romanic arriving in Boston alone...
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Re: Canopic manifest

Postby erudita74 » 19 Mar 2013, 21:14

wahkontah wrote:On June 27, 1904 I see my Grandfather on the manifest with his Paternal Grandmother
He was 8 veto la Banca , his Grandmother Guiseppe Girrantana La Banca are listed, but then crossed out. Does that mean they were not allowed in Boston?

In Sept. 11, 1904 I find Veto La Banca on the the ship Romanic arriving in Boston alone...


If the names are crossed out on the June manifest, it means they did not sail on that date.

Here's a website about other markings you may see on manifests, in case you need any of these:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/manifests/

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Re: Canopic manifest

Postby wahkontah » 20 Mar 2013, 06:18

Thank you
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