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Victoria arriving at the Port of New York, 12 Mar 1891

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The manifest for the 12 Mar 1891 arrival shows the Victoria sailed from Naples, Italy.

I tried to find each of these people in the SPA birth records. I'm still looking.

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From the Ship's Manifest From the SPA Birth Records
Name Age Occupation Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
Gatti, Oreste 23y Laborer 1868 Oreste Bernardino Gatti 11 Oct 1867 Sabatino Maria Antonia Colajanni  Many details, see GEDCOM
Frazzini, Gaetano 23y Laborer 1868 Berardino Gaetano Frazzini 31 May 1867 Pasquale Lucia Colaianni 1920 census and 1930 census from Pueblo, CO
Gatti, Fabiano 24y Laborer 1867 Fabiano Gatti 1866 Michelangelo Giovanna Frazzino 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Carlino, Vincenzo 30y Laborer 1861 Vincenzo Romito Carlino 2 Jul 1862 Ippolito Costanza Carlino  
Carlino, Achille 34y Laborer 1857 Achille Giuseppe Carlino 16 Sep 1856 Ippolito Costanza Carlino  
Iannacchione, Benedetto 26y Laborer 1865 Domenico Benedetto Iannacchione 12 Nov 1864 Fedele  Nunzia Labate 1869 SPA Status Animarum
Carlino, Giovanni 21 Laborer 1870 Found on Castle Garden web site.

About the Victoria 1872

From The Ships List :

The Anchor Liner VICTORIA was a 3,242 gross ton ship, length 360ft x beam 40.1ft, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw and a speed of 13 knots. Accommodation for 150-1st, 80-2nd and 700-3rd (later increased to 1,200) class passengers. Built by Robert Duncan & Co., Port Glasgow (engines by Finnieston Steamship Works, Glasgow), she was launched on 9th May 1872 and sailed from Glasgow on her maiden voyage to Moville and New York on 2nd Nov.1872. Her last voyage on this route started on 7th Jul.1878 and she transferred to London - New York sailings on 14th Aug.1878. She started her last voyage on this service on 16th Dec.1881 and was then fitted with new engines. Between 1882 - 1888 she was used on the Glasgow - Liverpool - Bombay/Calcutta run and in Sep.1888 sailed from Glasgow for the Mediterranean, New York, Genoa, Trieste, Messina, Naples and New York. She subsequently sailed between the Mediterranean and New York until starting her final voyage on 12th Mar.1904 when she left Marseilles for Genoa, Naples, Palermo and New York. In 1905 she was scrapped in Italy. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. Bonsor, vol.1, p.458]

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