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  • ID: I00755
  • Name: WILHELM (WILLIAM) KLEIN , Barge Captain 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: WILHELM KLINE OR /CLINE/
  • Name: WILLIAM (WILHELM) KLEIN , Barge Captain 1 3
  • Birth: 1855 in Switzerland - emigrated to New York City 4 2 3
  • Death: BET 1889 AND 1890 in Long Island Sound, New Haven, Connecticut 5
  • Burial: (Captain of Barge - died at sea)
  • Note:
    Woman's Seamen's Friend Society Seaman's Bethel and Sailors Home 61 Wat
    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie (Mary Josephine).
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
    -------------------------
    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====
    Woman's Seamen's Friend Society Seaman's Bethel and Sailors Home 61 Wat
    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
    -------------------------
    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====

    Woman's Seamen's Friend Society Seaman's Bethel and Sailors Home 61 Wat
    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
    -------------------------
    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====
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    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
    -------------------------
    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====

    Woman's Seamen's Friend Society Seaman's Bethel and Sailors Home 61 Wat
    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
    -------------------------
    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====
    Woman's Seamen's Friend Society Seaman's Bethel and Sailors Home 61 Wat
    ====================
    "Seamen Ashore: A study of the United Seamen's Service and of Merchant Sea men in Port" (New Haven. ... sailors' home
    =====

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 14 Jul 1877
    Age: 27
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Weser
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 27
    Microfilm Roll: 409
    List Number: 646

    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Arrival Date: 11 Jun 1877
    Age: 22
    Gender: Male
    Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany and Southampton, England
    Destination: United States of America
    Place of Origin: Germany
    Ship Name: Mosel
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Line: 21
    Microfilm Roll: 408
    List Number: 514
    --
    New York Maritime Register
    New York City Vital Records Indexes
    These indexes enable researchers to obtain copies of vital records from t he New York City Municipal Archives and Department of Health. The index es themselves must be used onsite.

    Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailings, c argoes and their prices:
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880-193 2, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disast er involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
    ===================
    Captain of a barge who went down with ship that exploded off Connecticut/N ew York coast.
    =====================
    Jack Pavone (great-grandson of William Klein) believes he remembers heari ng that the ship disaster occurred in Hellgate.
    =====================
    Died while wife was pregnant with daughter Mamie
    =============================
    Lived at 176 East Street in New Haven, Connecticut at time of Mamie's bir th in 1890.
    ===================
    CHARLES HENRY SIEBKE Occupation Clergyman, Reverend
    Age 26
    Sex M
    Literacy U
    Arrived 1846-08-12
    Origin Germany
    Port Bremen
    Last Residence U
    Destination USA
    Plan Unknown
    Ship Adler
    Passage Unknown
    -----
    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York

    Name of Regiment Date of Organization Muster Date Regiment Type
    28th Infantry Regiment New York 05 August 1861 Infantry
    Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded Officers Died of Disease or Accident E nlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident


    List of Soldiers

    Regimental History
    New York
    TWENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
    Rifles.

    This regiment, then located at Brooklyn, now not in
    existence, left the State (ten, companies) April 30, 1861,
    under orders to proceed to Washington, D.C. It was there
    mustered in the service of the United States for three months,
    and, commanded by Col. Michael Bennett, served at that city and
    vicinity until it was mustered out at Brooklyn, August 5, 1861.

    June 16, 1863, it was again mustered in the United States
    service, but for thirty days, and, commanded by Colonel Bennett
    (ten companies), proceeded to Harrisburg, Pa. It served at
    that city, Marysville, Carlisle and Gettysburg, Pa., in the 2d
    Brigade, 1st Division, Department Susquehanna, and was mustered
    out at Brooklyn, July 22, 1863.

    In August, 1864, the regiment (seven companies), then
    commanded by Col. David A. Bokee, proceeded to Elmira, where it
    served, and was mustered in the United States service, for 100
    days, from various dates in August, 1864. It was mustered out
    at New York city, November 13, 1864.

    In its service in 1864, the regiment lost, died of
    disease, one enlisted man, it took part in the advance into
    Virginia and occupation of Arlington Heights, May 24, 1861; in
    a skirmish near Chain Bridge, Va., June 2, 1861, and near Fort
    Washington, Pa., July 22, 1863.

    Source: The Union Army, vol. 2

    Battles Fought
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Inquiries regarding Connecticut naturalizations are handled by the Hartfo rd office: 450 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06103 (tel.: 860/240-317 1)
    13.U.S. Revenue and Coast Guard Cutters
    Reports of assistance rendered
    Gresham, 1901-03 (30 pages)
    Seneca, 1908-13 (300 pages)
    Abstracts
    Grant, 1886-95 (2 pages)
    Hamilton, 1886-95 (3 pages)
    Manhattan, 1886-95 (1 page)
    6. Other maritime newspapers provide information as to disasters, sailing s, cargoes and their prices:
    Bound: The Boston Shipping List
    Microfilm: The Shipping & Commercial List and New York Price Current, 181 5- 1894
    Boston Gazette ( 1719-1798)
    Columbian Centinel ( 1784- 1840)
    Nautical Gazette (N.Y.) (1871-76; 1879-1954)
    7. New York Times Index. Basic information on disasters, companies, owner s, etc., by year, 1863-1874; 1913-1948.
    8. Reports of the U. S. Lifesaving Service (later U. S. Coast Guard) 1880- 1932, with a few missing years. Usually detailed descriptions of any disas ter involving loss of life. Reports on disasters occurring all over U. S.
    9. Special Register Source: Maritime Shipping Board (WWI) - all ships und er the board to June, 1923.
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    CAPTAINS
    Lloyd's of London
    Lloyd's Captains' Registers, 1851-1948 [microfilm] 60 reels.
    Registers containing an alphabetical list of certified masters' giving pla ce and date of birth, the port and date of examination, the names of the s hips in which he has served, whether he was master or mate, subseque nt to the examination. To search the registers we require the approxima te dates of service or the date of birth.
    The following list of records containing information about shipwrecks a re found mainly among the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard (Record Group 26 ), Records of the U.S. Customs Service (Record Group 36), and General Reco rds of the Department of the Treasury (Record Group 56). Along with offici al reports and abstracts of reports of casualties and assistance rendere d, are documents located by our staff that contain a significant amou nt of information concerning shipwrecks in a particular geographical locat ion.
    The Collectors of Customs reports of casualty contain approximately 180 pa ges per volume. Life-Saving Station reports of assistance rendered conta in approximately 200 pages per volume. Electrostatic copies of the volum es can be furnished.
    A. MAINE TO CONNECTICUT
    Records of the U.S. Customs Service
    1. Collectors of Customs Reports of Casualty, (number of volumes)
    Fairfield-Bridgeport, 1873-1894 (2)
    Machias, 1886-1894 (1)
    New Haven, 1874-1900 (4)
    Passamaquoddy, 1886-1894 (1)
    23.Brigantine Life-Saving Station record of rescues, 1876-1914. (from info rmal history of the Brigantine Life-Saving Station prepared by the U.S. Co ast Guard Public Affairs Division) (6 pages)
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    Civil War Service Records
    Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Allegiance
    Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain Union

    SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
    State: New York Year: 1860
    County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
    Township: Kingston Page: 912
    Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index
    ==============
    Charles H Seibke
    Residence: Occupation:
    Service Record:
    Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861
    Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861.
    Mustered out Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 05 August 18 61 in Brooklyn, New York
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- ------
    Source Information:
    Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, N ew York
    Family History Library Film 1254878
    NA Film Number T9-0878
    Page Number 370D
    house/family 85/438
    1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

    John WILLIAMS Self M Ma le W 30 NJ Clerk In Sto re NJ NJ
    Louisa WILLIAMSWife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping Hou se SWITZ SAXONIA
    Martha WILLIAMSDau S Fema le W 4 NJ NJ SWITZ
    William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 0M NY NJ SWITZ
    William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWI TZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
    Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pe dlar HESSE D. HESSE D

    Other Information:
    Birth Year <1857>
    Birthplace SWITZ
    Age 23
    Occupation Seaman
    Marital Status S <Single>
    Race W <White>
    Head of Household John WILLIAMS
    Relation Other
    Father's Birthplace SWITZ
    Mother's Birthplace SWITZ
    =================================
    Swiss Benevolent Society of New York
    608 Fifth Avenue, Room 309
    New York, NY 10020
    212-246-0655
    -----
    WHO IS THIS? COULD WILHELM HAVE BEEN MARRIED TWICE?
    New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
    about Wilhelm Klein
    Name: Wilhelm Klein
    Spouse Name: Maria Kolb
    Marriage Date: 1878
    Marriage Place: Manhattan, New York, New York

    Marriage ID: 2220831718
    Certificate Number: 4624
    Other Comments: See Family History Library catalog for films 1543971-15624 46 (Manhattan) and Film 1653852 (Brooklyn), for actual certificat

    Source: Marriage Registers, Extracts from Manhattan (1869-1880) and Brookl yn (1895-1897)
    Publisher: Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Statistics, New York.
    Publication Place: New York, NY
    ====




    Father: Mr. Klein b: ABT 1830 in Switzerland
    Mother: Mrs. Klein b: ABT 1830 in Switzerland

    Marriage 1 MARGARET BUCKLEY b: SEP 1865 in Irish Free State
    • Married: 14 JUL 1887 in New Haven, Connecticut 6
    • Note:
      Married by Charles H. Seibke, a Lutheran pastor, in New Haven, Connecticut .
      William lived in New York City and Maggie in New Haven, Ct. at time of mar riage in New Haven.
      ===
      "Father Riviaccio, who had previously served Italians in South America, co nducted services in a hall on Wallace Street contributed by the past or of St. Patrick?s Church at Grand Avenue and Wallace Street. Then tempor ary quarters were found at Union Avenue near Chapel Street. Later the chur ch occupied the seventh floor of a building at Chapel and State Streets. F inally the congregation moved into a small LUTHERAN Church at Wooster a nd Brewery Streets. The edifice was purchased in 1889 and dedicated to S t. Michael the Archangel, in honor of the Patron Saint of Gioia Sannitic a, the place of origin of many of the worshipers. St. Michael?s was dedica ted on February 3, 1895; the present site and building were bought from t he Baptists in 1899."
      ===
      SEIBKE, CHARLES H.
      State: New York Year: 1860
      County: Ulster County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
      Township: Kingston Page: 912
      Database: New York 1860 Federal Census Index

      New York Census, 1790-1890
      Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or O ther Info ID#
      1860 SEIBKE CHARLES H. Ulster County New York 912 Kingst on 58786426
      ===================
      Charles H Seibke

      Residence: Occupation:
      Service Record:
      Enlisted as a Chaplain on 23 April 1861 in Brooklyn, New York
      Commission in Company S, 28th Infantry Regiment New York on 11 May 1861
      Mustered out on 05 August 1861 in Brooklyn, New York
      Sources:
      New York: Report of the Adjutant-General. (NYRoster) Published in 1894-1 906
      =============

      American Civil War Soldiers
      Name State Served Enlist Date Enlist Ra nk Enlist Age Enlist Place Army
      Charles H Seibke New York 23 April 1861 Chaplain Brookly n, New York Union
      Civil War Muster Rolls
      Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Dis charge Notes Box # Extraction # Record #
      Seibke Charles H. 28 N. Y. State Militia. Chaplain Chaplain 000551 01 26 00001883
      American Civil War Soldiers
      Charles H Seibke
      Enlist Date Enlist Place Enlist Rank Enlist Age
      23 April 1861 Brooklyn, New York Chaplain
      Served New York Commission S Co. 28th Inf Reg. New York Mustered Out at B rooklyn, New York on 05 August 1861
      Source: New York: Report of the Adjutant-General
      Abbreviation: NYRoster
      Published by on 1894-1906
      Seibke, Charles H. 1860-1869 New York CD318 Census Index: U.S. Selected C ounties, 1860
      (#318)
      Seibke, Charles 1538-1940 United States CD354 Passenger and Immigrati on Lists Index, 1538-1940 (#354)
      -----------------------
      Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church 1070 59th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11 219 718 - 972 - 2517
      Messiah Lutheran Church 129 Russell Street, Greenpoint , Brooklyn
      St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church 5406 4th Avenue (at 54-55th Sts.), B rooklyn, New York 11220-3006
      St. Marks Lutheran Church 30 Jefferson Street, Brooklyn, New York 11206 71 8-453-4040[
      ====
      Dear Mrs. Pavone:

      I spoke with Andy both the other day—when you made your orig inquiry—and j ust now regarding this, and he does not have any information other than wh at he has provided you with already. We looked over the correspondence y ou and he had four years ago; his research then apparently did not tu rn up information that could be termed positive as far as identifying yo ur ancestor’s vessel is concerned, but gave you some possible leads. I und erstand that Andy sent you listings from the New York Times Index of vess el explosions and other accidents at Hell Gate and Long Island Sound th at occurred in the appropriate time period.

      However, I believe that there are sources he was not able to check at th at time. Andy’s job has changed since your initial contact, and he is n ot now in a position to assist with research. He asked you to write to inq uiries@mysticseaport.org (that is, me) because this is really my job. I wo uld be happy to look in the sources I know about, if you submit a resear ch request. I feel certain we can help you.

      One question I do have for you, though, is when the 1891 New Haven directo ry you consulted was published that is, is there any indication of the mon th? Internal evidence suggests that our 1888 directory, published by Pric e, Lee & Co., was been printed early in the year, not at the end. Therefor e, any listings in it would reflect a person’s status, such as “Widow ,” at the early part of the year. If this is so, I’m wondering if Maggie K lein was widowed before June 1891—not that I’m impugning her in any way!— in order for her to have been listed as a widow in the 1891 director y. By the way, the July 14, 1887, marriage of W. Klein and M. Buckley w as listed in the “List of Marriages in New Haven from April 1st, 188 7, to April 1st, 1888” in this directory, but they were not listed as resi dents in the directory itself. It is this list of marriages dating Apr il to April and a corresponding list of deaths dating May 1st, to May 1 st that makes me think the directory was published soon afterwards. Ju st a thought…

      Regards,

      Wendy Schnur

      Reference Manager
      G. W. Blunt White Library
      Mystic Seaport
      The Museum of America and the Sea
      PO Box 6000
      75 Greenmanville Avenue
      Mystic, CT 06355
      Phone 860.572.0711 x5052
      Fax 860.572.5384
      inquiries@mysticseaport.org
      ===
    Children
    1. Has Children Elizabeth (Lizzie) Kline b: APR 1888 in New Haven, Connecticut
    2. Has Children MARY JOSEPHINE KLEIN b: 5 SEP 1890 in New Haven, Connecticut

    Sources:
    1. Title: New Haven Vital Records.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Page: Copy of Birth Record of Mamie Klein
      Text: Vital Records., No. 9134, Copy of Birth Record.
    2. Title: 1880 United States Federal Census
      Author: Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
      Publication: Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010
      Note: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
      Repository:
      Note: www.ancestry.com
      Media: Ancestry.com
      Text: Source Information:
      Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, New York
      Family History Library Film 1254878
      NA Film Number T9-0878
      Page Number 370D
      1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

      John WILLIAMS Self M Male W 30 New Jersey Clerk In Store New Jersey New Jersey
      Louisa WILLIAMS Wife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping House SWITZ SAXONIA
      Martha WILLIAMS Dau S Female W 4 New Jersey New Jersey SWITZ
      William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 10M New York New Jersey SWITZ
      William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWITZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
      Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pedlar HESSE D. HESSE D.
    3. Title: 1880 Census
      Repository:
      Media: Microfilm
      Text: Source Information:
      Census Place New York, New York (Manhattan), New York City-Greater, New York
      Family History Library Film 1254878
      NA Film Number T9-0878
      Page Number 370D
      1880 NEW YORK CENSUS

      John WILLIAMS Self M Male W 30 New Jersey Clerk In Store New Jersey New Jersey
      Louisa WILLIAMS Wife M Female W 30 SWITZ Keeping House SWITZ SAXONIA
      Martha WILLIAMS Dau S Female W 4 New Jersey New Jersey SWITZ
      William WILLIAMS Son S Male W 10M New York New Jersey SWITZ
      William KLEIN Other S Male W 23 SWITZ Seaman SWITZ SWITZ
      Leon WOLFF Other S Male W 58 HESSE D. Pedlar HESSE D. HESSE D.
    4. Title: New Haven Vital Records.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Text: Vital Records., No. 9134, Copy of Birth Record for daughter, Mamie Klein
    5. Title: New Haven City Directory
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Text: 1891, 1892, 1893
      Maggie Klein, widow resided 176 East Street
    6. Title: New Haven Vital Records.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Text: Marriage License for Maggie Buckley. and William Klein

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