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India arriving at the Port of New York, 16 Apr 1890

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The manifest for the 16 Apr 1890 arrival shows the India sailed from Naples, Italy.

I tried to find each of these people in the SPA birth records. I'm still looking. What is really interesting here, compared to all of the other SPA manifests that I've found, is the number of wives & children accompanying the men.

This manifest used a lot of abbreviations for the first names. Sometimes hard to figure out what was really meant.

From the Ship's Manifest From the SPA Birth Records
Name Age Occupation Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
A. Quaranta 44  laborer  1846  Amedeo Quaranta
12 Jul 1845
Angelo Antonio
Maria GIUSEPPA della Croce
The next person on this manifest must be a child.

Amedeo was married twice 1868 to Maria Domenica Rusciolelli and 1871 to Pasqua SERAFINA diCianno.
Giu Quaranta 11m  none  1889  Giuseppe (?)       This person must be the child of the previous person.
Alois Acquafondata 14  none  1876   Sabatino GIOVANNI Acquafondata 21 Oct 1876 Amico Cristina Colaianni son of Amico who also arrived on this ship
Pietro Mariani 23  laborer  1867  Pietro Ortenzio Marinai 25 May 1866  Emiddio Sebastiano  Maria EMIDDIA Morelli   
A. Acquafondata 35 laborer 1855 Amico Angelo Acquafondata 9 Mar 1855 Giuseppe Amico Maria LETIZIA Frazzino Aurora, MN and Pittsburgh, PA.
Father of Sabatino Giovanni and Giuseppe who also arrived on this ship.
Giu Acquafondata 11 none 1879 Giuseppe Acquafondata 2 Aug 1880 Amico Cristina Colaianni no 1879 Acquafondata births in the transcribed birth records.

son of Amico who also arrived on this ship.
Carmine Donatelli 49 laborer 1841 Carmine Donatelli 2 Jul 1840 Bonifacio Domenica d'Amico father of Bonifacio
Bonifacio Donatelli 11 laborer 1879 Bonifacio Donatelli 28 Jul 1878 Carmine Emmanuela diGiacomo son of Carmine
Duard?? diSanza 32 laborer 1858 Eduardo diSanza 5 Jul 1858 Ambrogio Domenico Maria Vincenza Gatti  
Fedele (?) diGiacomo 42 laborer 1848 not found        
Fra?? Palumbo 40 none 1850 Filomena Palumbo (??) 14 Jul 1849 Antonio  Annantonia Carlino Listed as female on the manifest. 
Gaetano diGiacomo 7 none 1883 Pietro Gaetano diGiacomo (?) 1882      
Sabatina diMartino 11 none 1879 not found       Listed as female on the manifest. 
Carlo Fantone 15 none 1875 not found        
Silvestro diLorenzo 33 laborer 1857 Giocondo SILVESTRO diLorenzo 1 Jan 1857  Domenico Angela Maria Labate  
Pasqua Carlini 10 none 1880 not found       Listed as female on the manifest. 
Sabatino Gatti 54 laborer 1836 Sabatino Biase Gatti 4 Feb 1836 Gioacchino Mariangiola Morelli father of person listed below
Gio Gatti 11 none 1879 Gioacchino Gatti 16 Mar 1878 Sabatino Antonia Iannacchione son of person listed above
Pasquale Carlini 16 none 1874 not found        
B. della Croce 36 none 1854 Albino Benedetto della Croce 31 Jul 1853 Annibale Serafina Palumbo  

About India

From The Ships List (I'm not sure which ship this was but sheet one of the manifest lists its gross tonnage as 1592):

INDIA 1868
was a 2,290 gross ton ship, length 311.6ft x beam 36.7ft, clipper bows, one funnel, two masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. Accommodation for 60-1st and 500-3rd class passengers. Built by W. Simons & Co, Renfrew, she was launched for the Anchor Line in July 1868. Her maiden voyage started on 6th Feb.1869 when she left Glasgow for Moville (Ireland) and New York, and she started her last Glasgow - Queenstown (Cobh) - New York sailing on 8th Jul.1874. She then transferred to Glasgow - Mediterranean - New York - Glasgow sailings for three voyages and was then used for the Glasgow - Liverpool - Bombay route until 1882 and then resumed Glasgow - Mediterranean - New York sailings. On 16th Apr.1893 she started her final voyage from Leghorn to Naples and New York and was scrapped the following year. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.454]

INDIA 1881
was a 1,551 gross ton ship, length 260.8ft x beam 33.6ft, one funnel, two masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 10 knots. Passenger accommodation for 500-3rd class. Built by C. Mitchell & Co, Walker-on-Tyne (engines by Blair & Co, Stockton), she was launched for the Carr Line on 12th Oct.1881. Her maiden voyage started on 5th Mar.1882 when she sailed from Hamburg for Plymouth and New York. On 11th Jun.1888 she commenced her last sailing on this route and in 1890 cane under the ownership of Hamburg America Line. Sold to G. L. Glaisor, Hamburg in 1893/4 and was last seen passing Sagres, Portugal on 5th Jan.1901 and subsequently went missing. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1073] [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.4, Hamburg America Line]

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