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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS TO CANADA
SS Pisa Hamburg, Germany to Quebec & Montreal 1911National Archives of Canada
Microfilm # T-4774
SS Pisa, Hamburg-American Line
Sailed: 14 April to 02 May 1911
From: Hamburg, Germany to Quebec & Montreal
Name; Age; Male/Female; Occupation; Country of Birth; Race of People; Religious Denomination; Destination; Remarks
DUMA, Pawlo(?); 34; Male; Genl. Lab.; Austria; Rutherian ; Gree. Cath.; Fort Frances, Ont.; surname could possibly be DINNA
Notes: Although I have listed the race of many of these people as Rutherian, it might be Ruthenian. I am not 100% certain which it is. I would advise viewing the original microfilm for confirmation of any names listed above due to the poor condition of the photocopy, which has made it difficult to transcribe the European names accurately. Additional information can also be found on the Hamburg Passenger list, FHL Microfilm # 473011, page 3.
My grandparents, Istvan and Magdalena Barna, were travelling with Magdalena’s sister Katalin (Katherine) Kaufmann. If you would like further info on them, please contact Annette Fulford
Transcriber: Annette Fulford, British Columbia
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