ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS TRAILS

Presents:

Passengers coming to St. Clair Co., Illinois





If you have passenger lists pertaining to St. Clair County or if you have extracted your St. Clair county family members from passenger lists and would like for them to be included here, please contact Susan
 



 

Extracted information from LDS Film # 1399156: Ship Arrivals (Passenger Lists) at the Port of New York for June 26, 1904.  This is a copy of an original record, microfilmed and held by the National Archives in Washington D. C...Donated by Karen Souhrada
 

Ship: "Moeltke"
[of the Hamburg-American Line]: from Hamburg to New York
Passenger names, which reflected an end destination of places in and around
the St. Clair County, Illinois area]
 

Franz SOUKUP [Note: he is the new brother-in-law to entry shown as Marie
KUDELKA.]: age 25 years, came over with $10; Austrian nationality, Bohemian
race of people, last residence in Bruch; going to join Charles KUDELKA, St.
Louis, Missouri (French Village)[St. Clair County][Note: for more family information, please contact Karen Souhrada at:  souhrada@bigfoot.com]
 

(Located directly below the SOUKUP name on the ship passenger list):
Josef VIPKOAL (? blurred), age of 37; Austrian, Bohemian, Bruch; coming with
$600; going to meet cousin Charles KUDELKA, St. Louis, MO - French Village
Marie, age of 30; wife
Anna, age of 9
Karel, age of 7
------, -----, ?M (illegible entry, but definitely the youngest child in the family)

Maria KUDELKA, age 33, mother; able to read and write; came with $120;
Austria, Bohemian, from Bruch; going to final destination: joining husband
Charles KUDELKA at St. Louis, Missouri-French Village.  Children noted as lines 10-15:
Louise, age of 13
Vaclav, age of 11
Josef, age of 9
Maria, age of 7
Rose, age of 4
Franz, age of 11 months
[Note: for more family information, please contact Karen Souhrada at:
souhrada@bigfoot.com]
 

Josef KASAL, age of 31, laborer; Austrian, Bohemian, from Bruch; going to
St. Louis, Missouri to meet friend Charles Candelka [see KUDELKA/KOUDELKA];
St. Louis, MO-French Village, St. Clair [County]; coming with $40
Marie KASAL, age of 24, wife; Austrian, Bohemian, from Bruch

*Josef APACT (? On surname), age of 38 , male, married; laborer; Austrian,
Bohemian, Bruch; going to Charles Candelka [see KUDELKA/KOUDELKA], St.
Louis, Missouri; has $30
*Anton APACT, age of 11 years, male, single; Austrian, Bohemian, Bruch;
going to meet Charles Candelka
* the word "TOURIST" is written to the left of the names on the passenger
manifest
 

Franz SOUKUP and Elizabeta VALTA HARTMANN marry in Bohemia, May of 1904.
Franz emigrates to the U. S. with brother-in-law June of 1904, and his wife
Elizabeth and her two children [Marie & Anton HARTMANN, shown as SOUKUP]
emigrate to French Village, the end of September, 1904 aboard the "SS Carpathia" of the Cunard Line. [see full article on this immigration, published by the  St. Clair County Genealogical Society Publication (SCCGS), in their Quarterly 22:2, 1999. ]
 
 

Manifest of the "SS Carpathia":
Extracted passengers from Bohemia, with final
destination in and near St. Clair County, IL:
[List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the U.S., Microfilm No. 1399183,
Family History Library (FHL), Salt Lake City, Utah. Original is from the
National Archives.] Arrival September 30, 1904
 

KASAL, Franz, age of 38 years; married male; miner; able to read and write;
Austrian/Bohemian, last from Bruch; going to Collinsville, Illinois post
office (? Madison county); to meet friend JOSEF BINES; cosig (? cosignator),
Josef KOLDA, Collinsville P.O..

KASAL, Josef, age of 33 years; married male; miner; able to read and write;
Austrian/Bohemian nationality and people; last from Bruch; going to
Collinsville...same as above... to meet Josef BINES & Josef KOLDA

(THOIL?), Vaclav; age of 26 years; married male, miner, able to read and
write; Austrian/Bohemian, last from Bruch; going to Collinsville...same as
above; to meet brother-in-law Josef BINES, cosig, Josef KOLDA

HERMANCEK, Franz, age of 26 years, single male; miner (?), able to read and
write; Austrian/Bohemian; last from Bruch, going to Collinsville, Illinois, and to meet (?)friend Josef KOLDO, care of Josef BINES Collinsville, Illinois.

LINKEFAJER, Anna, age of 26 years, married female, wife; able to read/write;
of Austrian/Bohemian people and race; going to Collinsville, to meet husband
EMIL LINKEFAJEN at Collinsville, Madison county, Illinois. LINKEFAJER, Anna,
age of 3 years; single female, with above parent LINKEFAJER, Marie, age of
10/12 (ten months); single female, with above parent

SMOLIK, Jan, age of 49 years, married male, miner, able to read and write;
Austrian/Bohemian and last resident of Bruch; going to Collinsville, to meet
friend Josef KOLDO [noted in pencil: 1/2 bro - farmer],  in care of Josef BINES at Collinsville, Illinois.
SMOLIK, Alois, age of 25 years, married male, miner, able to read and write;
Austrian/Bohemian, last residence in Bruch, going to same place and person
as above.
SMOLIK, Jan, age of 17 years, single male, miner....same as above

SOUKUP, Elizabeta, age of 27 years, married female, wife, can read and
write, Austrian/Bohemian; last residence Bruch, going to meet husband Franz
SOUKUP, at French Village, St. Clair County, Illinois. SOUKUP, Franz  age of
7 years, in the company of parent, above. SOUKUP, Marie age of 3 years, in
the company of her parent, Elizabeta VALTA HARTMANN SOUKUP

KOPELKA, Johann, age of 26 years, married male, miner, able to read and
write, Austrian/Bohemian; going to meet friend Charles KOUDELKA [written in
pencil, what appears to say, brother-in-law] at French Village, St. Clair
county, Illinois.

SUCHY (?), Franz, age of 44 years, married male, miner, able to read and
write; Austrian/Bohemian; last from Bruch; going to meet friend Charles
KOUDELKA at French Village, [written in pencil: bro Karel SUCHY] SUCHY,
Josef, age of 17 years, single male; miner...same as above SUCHY, Jan, age
of 10 years; single male, miner...same as above

SCHICH, Johann, 27, married male, miner, able to read and write,
Austrian/Bohemian, last residence Bruch, going to French Village, St. Clair,
Illinois.[Note of ship surgeon for Johann: "Dr. says conjunctivitis."]
SCHICH, Josefa, 20, wife of above, housewife, able to read and write, going
to friend C. KOUDELKA at French Village, Camp #10, and to brother in law,
Josef OPERT(?) KODEL at St. Louis.

KALDO, Vojtech, 24,  single; laborer, able to read and write; Austrian/Bohemian, from Bruch to Collinsville, Illinois; to join brother Josef KALDO, Collinsville, Illinois; c/o Josef BENCO(?) (under the above, are the following family members:)
KALDO, Agnes, 26, female, single; rest same as above
KALDO, Marie, 2 years old, female, single, same as above
KALDO, Anna, 4 years old, female, single, same as above

KOVAR, Antonin, 25, male and single, laborer, able to read and write;
Austrian/Bohemian; from Bruch to French Village, Illinois, St. Clair county;
to join friend Charles KOUDELKA, near St. Louis
KOVAR, Bisina (?), 10, male and single, "child"
 
 

Manifest of Alien Passengers for U.S. 
Information extracted from Allen County Library, Fort Wayne, IN.
Microfilm No.  2070.

 
S.S. Carpathia sailed from Fiume, Italy on the 15th of April 1913, arriving New York May 5, 1913.
 
Toth, Erzsebet, age 28, female, housewife, reads and writes.  Race, Magyar, last residence Nagy Kovesd, Hungary.  Her nearest relative in that town is her mother, Julianna Csorosz.  She has $92 and is traveling with her sons: Sandor, 8, Gabor 4 1/2, and Vincza 1 1/2.  They are joining their husband and father in East St. Louis.  He resides at 917 Valentine St.

Donated by ©Alice Toth Miller



 

Return To The St. Clair Co., Illinois Trails Homepage
 

©St.Clair County, Illinois Trails History and Genealogy
http://www.iltrails.org/stclair/