Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s


 

SS Hermann

Arrive San Francisco

January 29, 1863
Captain George W. Johnson
From Panama

Passage

The steamer Hermann, Captain Geo. W. Johnson, left San Francisco Dec 22d at 2 a.m.; Jan 8th, arrived at Panama, and learned that the steamer America was waiting at Aspinwall, with her passengers on board. Jan 9th, our passengers crossed the Isthmus, and went to sea in the America, in company with the steamer Champion (with the Sonora's passengers) and the gunboat Augusta. The passengers from New York crossed on the same day, and were immediately embarked on board the Hermann; Jan. 14th, left, and arrived at San Francisco on the 29th.

Passengers

J. H. Arnold
A. Berg
Miss J. Bernstein
S. Betts
J. Black
T. Bradbury, wife and niece
M. A. Brork
Mrs. J. Brooks and six children
R. W. Cox
J. E. Dickson
N. F. Dickson
H. Driel
Miss S. Dux
Mrs. M. M. Ellis
Mrs. E. Enos and child
Miss B. Falk
G. Hager and wife
H. O. Halstead
J. R. Hardenberg
O. L. Hazard
E. Helfer
Jas Hillman
J. Houge
A. Jackson
Mrs. L. J. Kellum
Miss H. Kirby
Mrs. Lee
Mrs. Leonard and child
R. Lewis
W. Lewis and wife
W. Lewis (two W. Lewis' in list)
J. M. Lezsky and brother
Mrs. E. Maddison and two children
W. E. Main
Mrs. M. E. Maxwell and two children
W. Meehan and wife
S. Merridith
E. Minear
Miss Minear
Miss S. Montell
Miss E. Montell
Miss A. Morse
T. Newman
Miss Newman
Jas Pentland
J. Pool
Miss E. Proctor
J. M. Quimby and wife
Mrs. A. Quinn
Capt. A. C. Rand
F. Rist
Mrs. E. S. Roberts and child
J. B. Rosenblat
G. Sawyer
H. Schaffer
V. Schmidt
J. B. Schram and wife
J. Smith
Mrs. E. T. Stein
W. B. Tolerinlin
Miss B. Triggle
J. V. Webster
and 350 other passengers

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