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Manifest of Alien Passengers, S.S. Pennland, 1 Oct 1902

S.S. Pennland, sailing from Antwerp, September 17, 1902

Lines: 14, 15
Name in full: Anna Mierzwa, aZofia Mierzwa
Age (years): 30, 9
Sex: F, F
Married or single: Married, Single
Able to read: yes, no
Able to write: yes, no
Nationality: Galician
Last residence: Rudnik
Seaport for landing in the United States: Philadelphia
Final destination in the United States: Pittsburg, Pa.
By whom passage was paid: self, by (illeg)
Whether in possession of money, and if so how much if $30 or less: $6
Whether ever before to the United States: no
Whether going to join a relative, and if so, what relative, their name and address: husband, Franc. Mierzwa, Priceburg, by car, Pittsburg, Pa.
Ever in Prison or Almshouse or supported by charity: yes
Whether a polygamist: no
Whether under (illeg) express or implied in labor in the United States: no
Condition of Health, Mental and Physical: good
Deformed or Crippled: no
Nativity: Galicia, Rudnik
Mother Tongue: Polish
Subject of what country: Austria

Date1 Oct 1902
File nameMierzwaAnnaZofia-ShipRegistry-1902.png
File Size598.44k
Dimensions3500 x 1775
Linked toZofia Mierzwa; Anna Panek; Franciszek Mierzwa; Zofia Mierzwa (198); Zofia Mierzwa (333); Zofia Mierzwa (615); Zofia Mierzwa (817); Zofia Mierzwa (Immigration); Anna Panek (Immigration)

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