Arrival on the vessel EVELIJA

Over 25 million Italians have emigrated between 1861 and 1960 with a migration boom between 1871 and 1915 when over 13,5 million emigrants left the country for European and overseas destinations.
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Postby ptimber » 24 Oct 2003, 18:32

The only ship that comes near is the HELIUS which was originally DRESDEN !! and renamed HELIUS in May 12,1903 and made 19 runs back and forth from BREMEN-NY-BALTIMORE and then was sold to Turkey and sunk in world 1. But this name is a FAR CRY from EVELIJA and sailed from germany not Italy to America soit is not anywhere near the name mentioned. Peter
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Postby suanj » 24 Oct 2003, 23:07

ptimber wrote:The only ship that comes near is the HELIUS which was originally DRESDEN !! and renamed HELIUS in May 12,1903 and made 19 runs back and forth from BREMEN-NY-BALTIMORE and then was sold to Turkey and sunk in world 1. But this name is a FAR CRY from EVELIJA and sailed from germany not Italy to America soit is not anywhere near the name mentioned. Peter

Helius not is Hevelius..example:

"From www.ellisislandrecords.org:

Nicholas arrived at Ellis Island July 24, 1900. He was 43 years old. Maria is 29 years old. Ethnicity of both is listed as Russian. They came on the [i]ship Hevelius from Rio de Janeiro
, Brazil. Also arrived son Nicholas (9), son Benjamin (7), son Edward (3), daughter Berta (2), daughter Selma (7m). Ethnicity of children is listed as[/i] " etc... http://www.geocities.com/cujamison/genhtm/genzneim.htm

"SS Hevelius, (Belg.,) Capt. Stapledon, from Rio Janeiro, sld. from St. Lucia for New York yesterday." http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/Arrivals/ellisisland1897.html


Hevelius 1874 1889 transferred to Belgian subsidiary, 1903 scrapped.
http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/lines/lamport.html

I have only introduced the possibility of a similar name, not it is the case of to attack directly... however many persons who initially had gone in South America, immediately after I moved myself to the north. Obviously it is not this the case of Barilla statti bene, ciao, suanj
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