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Posted by: Carol Jeffries (ID *****1861) Date: February 02, 2005 at 21:29:23
In Reply to: Re: SCHUNK, HERPOLSHEIMER IN NEBRASKA by Bill Heck of 62

Yes, I did have the wrong parents. Got mislead by the census, and I should know that there can be many mistakes in those. Thanks again for your help.

I found a record of a New York passenger list that might possibly be Jacob and Caroline.

It is very hard to read - It is listed as Jacob Schmuck, estimated b 1829, wife Caroline age 23 and Jacob 4 months.

They sailed from Le Harve, France, from Bavaria, on the Isaac Bell, arrived New York 17 Nov 1853. (which is a few years earlier that you stated, but it might be them. This was listed at
Good luck.

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