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Family: Friederich Kubbernuss/Louise Yahn (F384)  [1



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  • Father | Male
    Friederich Kubbernuss

    Born  1841  Lehnenhof, Dargun Parish, Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Germany) Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Yes, date unknown   
    Buried     
    Married     
    Father  Christian Christoph Friederich Kubbernuss | F365 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Sophia Elisabeth Magdalena Burmeister | F365 Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    Louise Yahn

    Born  1842  Remplin (Hohen Mistorf Parish), Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Germany) Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Yes, date unknown   
    Buried     
    Father  Johann Joachim Yahn | F385 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Sophia Dorothea Frederica Timm | F385 Group Sheet 

    Child 1 | Female
    Wilhelmina Kubbernuss

    Born  1865  Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Germany) Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Yes, date unknown   
    Buried     

    Child 2 | Female
    Auguste Kubbernuss

    Born  1867  Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Germany) Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  Yes, date unknown   
    Buried     
    Spouse  Gustov Knaak | F386 
    Married     

  • Notes 
    • Friederich, Louise, and their two children left Hamburg on 12 August 1868 aboard the Harmonia. They arrived in New York on 25 August 1868, passing through the Castle Garden immigration center at the tip of Manhatten. Castle Garden was the immigration center from 1830 until 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. This was the second of three immigrations of the Christian and Sophia Kubbernuss family to Berrien County, Michigan. Sources: [2]

  • Sources 
    1. [S421] Palmer List of Merchant Vessels, (accessed 10 February 2008).
      The steamship HAMMONIA, the second of three steam vessels of this name owned by the Hamburg-America Line, was built by Caird & Co, Greenock, and was launched on 12 August 1866. 3,035 tons; 100,6 x 12,2 x 10 meters (length x breadth); straight bow, 1 funnel, 2 masts; iron construction, screw propulsion, inverted engine, service speed 12 knots; accommodation for 58 passengers in 1st class, 120 in 2nd class, and 500 in steerage. Captains: 1867-1868 - H. Ehlers; 1868-1870 - E. Meier. Voyages: 1867 - Southampton, New York (7 x); 1868 - New York (7 x), Bremerhaven. The Hammonia was the type-ship of the Hamburg-America Line's Hammonia class, although she was not the first of the class to enter service. 2 March 1867, maiden voyage, Hamburg-New York. 25 July 1877, last voyage, Hamburg - Havre - New York. 6 June 1878, purchased by the Russian Volunteer Fleet, and renamed Moskva. 6 June 1882, bound from Hankow to St. Petersburg, wrecked 25 nautical miles off Cape Guardafui, Gulf of Aden, with no loss of life; the crew and 150 passengers saved themselves on the coast of Somalia, where on 24 June they were picked up by the British steamship Bagdad. Sources: Arnold Kludas and Herbert Bischoff, Die Schiffe der HamburgAmerika Linie, Bd. 1: 1847-1906 (Herford: Koehler, 1979), p. 27 (photograph); Noel Reginald Pixell Bonsor, North Atlantic Seaway; An Illustrated History of the Passenger Services Linking the Old World with the New (2nd ed.; Jersey, Channel Islands: Brookside Publications), vol. 1 (1975), p. 389.

    2. [S332] New York Passtenger Lists, 1820-1957 (Ancestry).