We do need to catch you up on the Detert history, don't we?
Ferdinand and Ulrike Detert came to New York port on
Passenger List for the 'S.S. KAETIE'
Arrival of the S.S. Kaetie in New York Harbor on 08 MAY 1882 from the port of Stettin, Pommern. The manifest made by captain Albert Weiss shows the names of the passengers, among them in the steerage compartments were:
No. Name Age Occupation Native
101 Carl GRADE 31 Carpenter GERMANY
102 Sophia GRADE 32 Wife GERMANY
103 Bertha GRADE 8 Child GERMANY
104 George GRADE 7 Child GERMANY
105 Emelie GRADE 2 Child GERMANY
106 Carl GRADE 2 mo Child GERMANY
107 Herman JAEGER 35 Shepherd GERMANY
108 Wilhelmina JAEGER 27 Wife GERMANY
109 Ida JAEGER 6 mo Child GERMANY
110 Ferdinand DETERT 39 Blksmith GERMANY
111 Ulrike DETERT 36 Wife GERMANY
112 Fritz DETERT 6 Child GERMANY
113 Otto DETERT 4 Child GERMANY
114 Bernhard DETERT 6 mo Child GERMANY
The Grade family were not relatives, but good friends that came over with them. Herman Jaeger, was Ulrike's brother.
Ferdinand's Declaration of intent to be Naturalized indicated he was residing at Swinemuende, which is near Stettin. We don't know how long they lived there before they came over.
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