Griep/Grip/Gryp as immigrant
Around the turn of the 19th century, a lot of them came to the new world

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Starting in 1607, there has been a steady flow of Europeans crossing the ocean to go to live in America. This flow of immigrants really became massive after 1862, when the Homestead Act was passed and immigrants could obtain cheap land to farm on, and because of the enormous economic growth that started after the end of the Civil War.

Between 1892 and 1922, 22 million Europeans immigrated to America. In that period the ones that landed in New York were registered at Ellis Island. So, quite probably, among them would be a certain number with names such as Griep, Grijp, Grip and Gryp. The passenger records of Ellis Island, are there to prove that: 38 Griep's, 45 times a Grijp or a Gryp and 148 Grip's.

Underneath the ships are listed that brought them to America and the ones that were aboard.

 
 

THE SHIPS THAT BROUGHT GRIEP TO AMERICA

 
 
    December 8, 1851: The threemaster <UHLAND> arriving from Bremen in New Orleans
    Travelling with it were G.H. Griep, 30 years of age, his 29 year old wife Mar. and their 6 year old daughter Adelheid Griep.
    January 28, 1852: The <JOHANNES> arriving from Bremen in New Orleans
    Friedrich Griep, 28 years old.
    March 29, 1851: The <SAINT DENIS> arriving from Le Havre in New York
    Heinrich Griep, 20 years old, a farmer from Switserland.
    June 4, 1853: The <ANNA> arriving from Bremen in New York
    Andreas Griep, 19 years old, upholsterer and of German origin.
    May 20, 1854: The bark <ELBE> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    August Griep, 21 years of age and of German origin.
    January 3, 1855: The <MARGARET EVANS> arriving from Londen in New York
    Christian Griep, 26 years old, and his 28 years old wife Catherina, of German origin.
    June 18, 1856: The <BORUSSIA> arriving from Hamburg
  Aboard this ship was Anna Griep, 70 years old (born 1785/86) and of German origin.
There is no mention of other family members traveling with her.

< < The steamship Borussia

    May 22, 1862: The <BALTIMORE> arriving from Liverpool in New York
    Heinz Griep, 27 years old and American, was traveling together with Anna Griep, 24 years old and of German origin.
    January 2, 1867: The <HANSA> arriving from Bremen in New York
    Johann Griep, 18 years old and orginating from Aselage, a village in the German Emsland.
    March 8, 1867: The <TEUTONIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Joh. L. Griep, 24 years old and farmer.
    June 30, 1868: The <CAMBRIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Christine Griep, 40 years old, single an of German origin.
    October 2, 1868: The <THEONE> arriving from Bremen in New York
    Wilhelmine Griep, 34 years old and of Prusian origin. They had four children with them: Frederike Griep (7 years), Auguste Griep (5 yeras) and the twins Bertha and Wilhelmine Griep (1 year).
    April 16, 1869: The <AMERICA> arriving from Bremen in New York
    August Griep, 44 years old, his wife Henriette, 54 years, and their 19 years old son Carl Griep. They originated from Koseeger in Pomerania and settled in Wisconsin.
    July 8, 1870: The <WESTERN METROPOLIS> from Christiansand, Kiel and Swinemunde
  Carl Griep, 28 years old, laborer, and Marie Griep, 29 years old, both of German origin, arrived in America in 1870. They sailed on the Western Metropolis, a paddle steamer that previously carried troops and equipment during the American Civil War.
    June 5, 1871: The <DEUTSCHLAND> arriving from Bremen in New York
    Johann Griep, 19 years of age an from Furth in Germany.
    March 15, 1872: The <ABYSSINIA> arriving from Liverpool in New York
    Joh. B. Griep, 20 years old and a butcher.
    April 30, 1872: The <THURINGIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    John Griep, 22 years old and of German origin.
    May 4, 1872: The <ALLEMANNIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Tiedje. Griep, 29 years old, laborer and of German origin, was sailing on this ship.
    December 14, 1872: The steamship <BALTIMORE>  from Bremen arriving at Baltimore
    Ferdinand Griep (53 years old) made the voyage with his six children: Henriette Griep and August Griep (26 of age), Wilhelmine Griep (16), Bernard and Bertha Griep (14) and Helene Griep (12). His wife Caroline Kranitz (52 yeras old) did travel earlier, and had arrived on May 4 with the Kranitz family. The family originated from Düsterbeck in the German provinz of Pomerania. Their destination was noted as Chicago, but they settled in Le Sueur, Minnesota.
    Around 1875: A yet unknown ship, sailing from Germany
    Herman Griep, born in 1852 at Lastrup in the German Emsland. Herman arrived around 1875 and settled in Long Prairie, Minnesota where he married Catherina Lobbel and had two sons.
His brother Heinrich Griep (Henry, born in 1839), his wife Gertrude Rosa and their three children Bernart, Anna and Heinrich, came to America in 1879. This family settled on a farm in Bruce,
Todd County, Minnesota.
    Januari 21, 1875: A yet unknown ship, sailing from Rotterdam to New York
    Aboard were Heinrich Griep and his housekeeper Pauline Pabst. They left their home in the German provinz of Pomerania on December 24, 1874, to emigrate to the USA. They arrived in New York on January 21, 1875, and settled in Dayton, Ohio.
    February 28, 1878: The <CIMBRIA>, sailing from Hamburg and Le Havre
  Carl Griep, 26 years old, a merchant of Prussian origin, arrived in 1878 with the steamship Cimbria in America.

< < The steamship Cimbria

    June 20, 1878: The <LEIPZIG> arriving from Bremen
    Aboard is Joh. Bernh. Griep, a 25 year old farmer, originating from the German kingdom of Hanover. His destination was noted as Shakopee, Minnesota.
    July 3, 1878: The <FRESIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Hans Griep (39 years old) and Henri Griep (30 years old), farmers from California, accompanying the 30 years old Marie Griep, single and of Prusian origin.
    September 1, 1879: The <MOSEL> arriving from Bremen and Southampton
    Traveling with this ship is Heinrich Griep, a 23 year old farmer of German origin.
    Around 1880: A yet unknown ship, sailing from Germany to the USA
    Marx Griep, born May 14, 1830, in Großenaspe in Holstein, Germany, and his wife Anna Marie Dorothy Stamerjohan, migrated around 1880 with their 5 children to America. They settled in Syracuse in the North of New York State.
    April 19, 1880: The <RHEIN> arriving  from Bremen in New York
    Aboard were three children Griep: Wilhelm Griep (9 years old), Herman Griep (7) and Albert Griep (5). They were of German origin. There is no mention of their companions or their destination in the USA.
    October 22, 1881: The <LEIPZIG> arriving from Bremen in Baltimore
    Wilhelm Griep, 31 years old and of German origin. His destination was Wisconsin.
    April 7, 1882: The <ALLEMANNIA> sailing from Hamburg
    Marx Griep, a 53 year old farmer from Prussia, traveled with his wife Maria on this ship, accompanied by: Catharina Griep (24 years old), Detlef Griep (8) and Wilhelm Griep (11 months).
    May 8, 1882: The <BOHEMIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Also on this ship were three children Griep, without mentioning their parents or other care-takers: Marie Griep (8 years of age), August Griep (7) and Helene Griep (3). They originated from Krusemark in Prussia.
    January 29 1883: The <AMERICA> arriving from Bremen
    In 1883, Heinrich Griep, who himself immigrated  in 1875, sent for his sons that were still living in Pomerania, to come over to America: Max Griep, 16 years of age and mealer, and Otto Griep, tailor. Their destination was Ohio.
See page: Griep in Dayton, Ohio.
    April 16, 1883: The <BOHEMIA> arriving from Hamburg
    On this ship were: Herm. Griep, a 25 year old farmer, Henriette Griep, 22 years of age and single, and  Wilh. Griep, 9 months old. They were of Prussian origin.
    May 3, 1883: The <BRAUNSCHWEIG> arriving  from Bremen in Baltimore
    Herm. Griep, a 25 year old cooper of Prussian origin, made the voyage with this ship.
    June 9, 1883: The <OHIO> arriving from Bremen
    Aboard was Wilh. Griep, 26 year old, turner, and of German origin.
    April 8, 1884: The <FRISIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Aboard is August Griep, a 40 year old farmer of Prussian origin, and his children: Bertha Griep (8 years of age), Marie Griep (3) and Carl Griep (11 months). There is also a Wilhelmina Griep (60 years old) traveling with them.
    May 2, 1884: The <BERLIN> arriving from Bremen in Baltimore
    Auguste Griep, 18 years old, gentlemans servant and of Prussian origin is on the ship. Probably in the company of his 'gentleman'...?
    July 7, 1884: The <GELLERT> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Ernst Griep, a 27 year old farmer of German origin, sailed with this ship to New York.
    April 13, 1885: The <WESTPHALIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Claus Griep, 23 jaar oud, molenaar van beroep en afkomstig uit Pruisen.
    October 31, 1885: The <NECKAR> sailing from Bremen to New York
    Aboard the Neckar was Bertha Griep, 18 years of age en of German origin (Gaasde). There is no mention of people accompanying here.

The steamship Neckar > >

    April 18, 1886: The <LEIPZIG> sailing from Bremen to New York
    Aboard was Albert Griep, 24 years old, laborer and of German origin.
    April 24, 1886: The <EIDER> arriving from Bremen and Southampton
    Frederich Griep and his family were on this ship. He was 45 years old, laborer and of German origin. The children that traveled with him: Bernhardt Griep (18 years old), Anna Griep (11) and Elise Griep (10).
    April 24, 1886: The <KÄTIE> arriving from Göteborg and Stettin
    On the same day, but on another ship, August Griep arrived, a 28 year old farmer of German origin.
    October 25, 1887: The <MAIN> arriving from Bremen
    Gustav Griep, 16 years old, farmer, made the voyage from Germany to the USA in.
    April 16, 1892: The <SLAVONIA> from Hamburg arriving in New York
    Wilhelmina Griep, 53 years old and from Pomerania, Germany. On the same ship and also from Pomerania: Marie Griep, 26 years old; Louise Griep, 16 years old and Hedwig Griep, 9 months. Three generations probably?
    February 18, 1893: The <LAHN> from Bremen arriving in New York
  Julius B. Griep, 46 years old, and Bertha Griep, 36 years old. Both of them were US-citizen, originated from Essen, Germany.

< < The steamship Lahn

    May 1, 1896: The <KENSINGTON> from Antwerp arriving in New York
    Cornelis Griep, born in 1839 at Yerseke in the Dutch province Zeeland, left in 1896 with his wife and children for America. When they arrived at Ellis Island their name was noted as Grief and their nationality as German. With him traveled his wife Jacoba Kopmels, 49 years old, and their children Tanneke (19 years old), Frederik (16), Jacoba (13), Joos (11) and Apolonia (6). Look for this family at: Griep in New Jersey.
    April 17, 1897: The <DRESDEN> arriving from Bremen in Philadelphia
    Georg Griep, 21 years old and of Prusian origin.
    Around 1900: An unknown vessel from Germany to the USA
    Herman Griep came from Germany to America around 1900. He and his wife Wilhelmina had 9 children, and they settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Two of their children, Emily and George, later on moved to Arizona.
    April 11, 1901: The <STATENDAM> from Rotterdam arriving in New York
    Marinus Griep, born on October 24, 1862, at Yerseke (Zeeland), arrived with his wife Anna Abrahamse and their eight children. They settled at Lodi, Bergen County, New Jersey, where another five children were born. For this family: look at page: Griep in New Jersey.
    March 23, 1902: The <RIJNDAM> from Rotterdam arriving in New York
    Jan Griep, 40 years old and from Krabbendijke in Zeeland, arrived on March 23, 1902, in New York. He was a widower and he travelled with his 13-year old daughter Anna Griep (Antje, in the register grambled into Hontje).
They settled in
Holland, Michigan.

The Rijndam,
at the 
Wilhelminakade
in Rotterdam > >

    February 15, 1903: The <BRITISH KING> from Antwerp arriving in New York
    Frederik Griep, 23 years old and from Yerseke (Zeeland). He was the second son of Cornelis Griep and Jacoba Kopmels and his first arrival was at May 19, 1896.
    October 8, 1907: The <POTSDAM> arriving from Rotterdam
    Adriana Griep was 28 years old and from Hoedekenskerke, Zeeland. On December 1, 1923, she arrived for the second time. She is still registered as Dutch, but she lived already in the US then.
    December 5, 1909: The <AMERIKA> from Hamburg arriving in New York
    Mathilde Griep, 45 years old, married and arriving from Berlin. On the same ship was Erick Griep, also from Berlin and 12 years old; probably her son.
    April 5, 1910: The <NOORDAM> from Rotterdam arriving in New York
    Nicolaas Griep, born January 21, 1884, at Yerseke (Zeeland).
Later on, he married Catharine Katte and they settled in
Holland, Michigan.
His wife did already arrive on September 3, 1907, with the sister ship Potsdam.
    May 17, 1911: The <BARBAROSSA> from Bremen arriving in New York
    Eduard Griep, 40 years old, married and from Sochaczow in Russia.
Also aboard was the 16-years old Eduard Griep from the same place; probably his son. They were both registered as ethnic Germans.
    May 4, 1916: The <NOORDAM> from Rotterdam arriving in New York
    Martina Griep, 73 years old and from Amsterdam. Her maiden name is Martina Stroosnijder and she was married to Johannis Griep. She traveled with her granddaughter Martina Maria Griep, 23 years old and born on January 26, 1893, at Amsterdam. She is the daughter of Marinus Griep and Lammechien Schillern.
    May 23, 1920: The <NIEUW AMSTERDAM> from Rotterdam arriving in New York
    Four years later her mother, Lammechien (Schillern) Griep, arrived in New York. Her mother was 46 years old at the time. Also aboard is her son, Frederik Griep, born on March 26, 1895, at Amsterdam (23 years old).
All of them are descendants of
Griep from Zeeland. Martina Maria died in 1937 in California. In 1966, Frederik Griep lived in Garden Grove in California.
    November 19, 1923: The <TYRRHENIA> from Hamburg arriving in New York
    Paul Griep, 32 years and 8 months old, joiner, and married to Anna, 30 years and 1 month old. They came from Stolp in Pomerania, Germany. Also aboard were their two children: Werner Griep, 9 years old, and Gretchen Griep, 2 years and 6 months old.
    March 23, 1925: The <STUTTGART> arriving from Bremen in New York
    Willy Griep, 25 years old and locksman. He was the son of August Griep of Dusedau, county Osterburg in the German Altmark. His destination was Buffalo, New York State.
    April 30, 1925: The <ARABIC> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Martha Griep, 24 years old and housekeeper, originating from Germany and born in Großenaspe in Holstein. Her father was Louis Griep from Hingstheide. She was on her way to Artois Glenn in California. In 1930 and in 1951 she made the voyage again. At that time her address was: 48 Shell Road, Mill Valley, California.
    July 1, 1933: The <WASHINGTON> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Johanna Griep, 48 years old and born in Mainz. In her company was the 10 years old Ursula Griep.
    October 8, 1937: The <HAMBURG> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Luise Griep, 52 years old and born in Bremen.
     
   

Top: Ellis Island from the air

Right: the big reception hall, where the immigrants were waiting to be admitted > >

 
 

SHIPS WITH <GRIJP> AND <GRYP> ABOARD

 
 
    February 1, 1892: The <PENNLAND> from Antwerp arriving in New York
    The 27 year old Belgian Peterus Gryp arrived with this ship. More about him and his family: Gryp in Illinois.
    June 15, 1893: The <WAESLAND> from Antwerp arriving in New York
   

Pauline Gryp, 22 years old, and from Belgium. Traveling with her the 11 months old Auguste Gryp.

    May 15, 1894: The <FRIESLAND> arriving from Antwerp
    Marie Gryp, 25 years and 2 months old and Auguste Gryp, 23 years and 2 months old, both from Belgium.
    March 15, 1901: The <KENSINGTON> arriving from Antwerp
    August Gryp, 32 years old and single. This August, from Nevele in Belgium, also arrived August 25, 1902, and January 9, 1905, with the Zeeland from Antwerp and on July 1, 1922, with the Aquitania from Southampton. The last time he was an US-citizen, 53 years old and still single.
    March 25, 1902: The <FRIESLAND> arriving from Antwerp
    Julianus Grijp, 42 years and 4 months old, arrived from Belgium. With him his wife Leonia Grijp, 35 years and 9 months old, and his children Joseph Leo Grijp (5 years and 7 months) and Martha Maria Grijp (4 years and 9 months). Their place of origin is hard to read: "L….ste".
    March 12, 1903: The <BLÜCHER> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Wasyl Gryp, a 19 year old Slowak from Csoboloncz in Hungary, arrived with this ship.
    January 8, 1905: The <ZEELAND> arriving from Antwerpen in New York
    Auguste Gryp, a farmer and 36 years old, from Nevele in Flanders. His destination was Kewanee, Illinois.
    June 12, 1906: The <ZEELAND> arriving from Antwerp
    Petrus Gryp, 23 years old, single and from "St Janeu" in Belgium.
    October 3, 1906: The <CARONIA> arriving from Liverpool
    Edmond Gryp, 21 years old, single and from Eeklo in Flanders.
    April 3, 1907 and June 23, 1910: The <KROONLAND> arriving from Antwerp
    In 1907 Honore Gryp arrived with this ship. He was 18 years old, single and from Oosteeklo in Flanders.
In June, 1910 Elodie Gryp traveled with the Kroonland. He was 21 years old, married and from Sint Jan in Eremo in Belgium. With her the 2 years old Clara Gryp.
    May 10, 1907: The <SAXONIA> arriving from Liverpool in Boston
    Emile Gryp, 21 years old and originating from Flanders.
    13 oktober 1910: De <LUSITANIA> arriveert vanuit Liverpool in New York
    Richard Gryp, 19 years of age, laborer and originating from Balgerhoeke, near Eekloo in Flanders. He was the son of August Gryp. On February 26, 1914 he arrived again, this time with the Olympic.
    July 19, 1912: The <MAURETANIA> arriving from Liverpool in New York
    Aboard was Jules Grijp, 20 years old, single and from Adegem in Flanders.
    September 14, 1912: The <LUSITANIA> arriving from Liverpool in New York
    Emiel Gryp, 25 years old, single and living in South Bend, Indiana, and Karel Gryp, 34 years old, married and from a Belgian village noted as "Jugenhuhe". More about this family: Gryp in Indiana.
    April 7, 1913: The <FRANCONIA> arriving from Liverpool
    Louis Gryp (26) and Rowanie Gryp (24), from Eeklo, Belgium.
    April 15, 1913: The <ZEELAND> arriving from Antwerp in New York
    Jarainte Gryp, 28 years old, married and from a Belgian village noted as "Laankerke" (=Kaaskerke?). She had the 3 years old Maria Gryp traveling with her.
    February 26 and March 13, 1914: The <OLYMPIC> arriving from Southampton
    Richard Gryp, 23 years old and from Adegem in Belgium, traveled through Southampton and arrived on February 26, 1914 at New York.
Some weeks later on the same ship, also from Belgium: Andre Gryp, 23 years old, single and from St Laureyns in Belgium, traveled through Liverpool and arrived on March 13, 1914.
    3 mei 1914: De <CAMPANIA> arriveert vanuit Liverpool in New York
    Alfred Gryp, 23 years old and a laborer. He came from Eekloo in Flanders and was the son of Charles Gryp.
    13 februari 1919: De <ANVERSOISE> arriveert in New York
    Alphonse Gryp, 32 years old and from Flanders.
    May 26, 1919: The <LA TOURAINE> arriving from Le Havre
    Achille Gryp, 40 years old and married, arrived from France. In the registry he is noted as a Belgian (Flemish), although he lived in Akron, Ohio.
    April 28 and May 31, 1920: The <KROONLAND> arriving from Antwerp in New York
    Henri Gryp and Mary Griep, both 35 years old, married and from Lembeke in Belgium. Two children traveled with them:Anna Gryp, 11 years old, and Charel Gryp, 7 years old.
A month later on the same ship: Firmin Gryp, 14 years old and from, arrived from Antwerp.
    March 23, 1921: The <FINLAND> from Antwerp arriving in New York
  Andrew Gryp, 31 years old, single and US-citizen. His father, J. Gripp, lived at South Bend, Indiana.
    January 13, 1923: The <LATVIA> from Danzig arriving in New York
    Filip Gryp and Anna Gryp, 37 years old, married and Polish, with their three children Stefan Gryp (9 years old), Luba (7 years old), Sergjusz (6 months old).
    September 2, 1923: The <BELGENLAND> from Antwerp arriving in New York
   

Traveling with this vessel was Clemence Grijp, 53 years old and divorced. She came from Brussels.

 
 

SHIPS WITH <GRIPP> ABOARD

 
 
    August 11, 1853: The <GEORGE CANNING> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Aboard was Ferd. Gripp, 27 years of age. His profession was noted as farmer and mechanic. He was from German origin.
    May 6, 1870: The <SAXONIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    The farmer Hinr. Gripp, 41 yeras old, his 42 year old wife Marie and their children Catha. Gripp, 18 years, J. Gripp, 13 years, Grete Gripp, 7 years, H. Gripp, 5 years and Wm. Gripp, 4 years. They were of German origin.
    April 24, 1872: The <NEBRASKA> arriving from Liverpool in New York
    Henrich Gripp, 27 years old and a laborer, his wife Wilhelmina, a child Adelina Gripp and the 25 year old laborer Wilhelm Gripp. They were all of German origin.
    June 22, 1891: The <AUGUSTA VICTORIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Joiner Heinrich Gripp and his wife Maria, both 32 years old, and their children Anna (7) and Frieda Gripp (3). They came from Bunsch in Holstein, Germany and their destionation was Rock.
    September 28,  1891: The <RUGIA> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Heinrich Gripp, 35 years old, his wife Maria (32), and their children Wilhelm (11), Ernst (9), Rudolf (8), Martha (5) and Erna Gripp (8 months). They came from Eppendorf and their destination was New York.
    February 25, 1892: The <SORRENTO> arriving from Hamburg
    The farmer Diedrich Gripp, 28 years old, his sister Margarethe Gripp (Gretha) and their nephews Hans Gripp (18), Gustav Gripp (16) and Henrich Gripp (15), all farmers. They came from the villages of Heiligenstedtenerkamp, Bahrenfeld and Brande in Holstein, Germany. Their destination was noted as Aooce (?).
    August 7, 1893: The <CIRCASSIA> arriving from Glasgow.
   

The taylor Abraham Gripp, 45 years old and from Posen in Germany, and his wife Chaje. Their destination was New York.

    March 21, 1894: The <SCANDIA> arriving from Hamburg
   

De boer Hans Gripp, 59 jaar oud, zijn vrouw Meta en hun 10-jarige dochter Meta Gripp. Ze zijn afkomstig uit Pruisen.

    March 3, 1899: The <PENNSYLVANIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Jochim Gripp, 22 years old jaar oud and laborer. He came from Nützen in Holstein, Germany and his destination was Dodge.
    April 16, 1900: The <PRETORIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Heinrich Gripp, 22 years old and originating from Nützen in Holstein, Germany.
    April 10, 1904: The <BELGRAVIA> arriving from Hamburg
    Franz Gripp, 15 years of age and originating from Elmshorn in Holstein, Germany. His destination was  Smithfield, Nebraska, where his uncle was living.
    September 2, 1909: The <PRESIDENT GRANT> arriving from Cuxhaven
  Aboard were Heinrich Gripp, 56 years old and born in Sievershütten in Holstein, and his 53 year old wife Marie Gripp, born in Istedt.
His profession was butter maker. They originated from Hamburg, Germany, and their destination was Philadelphia.
    December 5, 1909: The <AMERIKA> arriving from Hamburg
    Mathilde Griep (45) and her son Erich Griep (12), both from Berlin, Germany. Her husband Julius Griep stayed behind in Berlin.
    November 24, 1923: The <PRESIDENT HARDING> arriving from Bremen
   

Wilhelm Gripp, 31 years old and born in Grünhorst as the son of Wilhelm Gripp from Schleswig. He was a farmer, single, and originating from Gettorf in Germany. His destination was Scribner, Nebraska, where his uncle H.H. Gripp was living.

    December 1, 1923: The <ORBITA> arriving from Hamburg
    Max Gripp, 16 years of age, from Hackeboe in Holstein, Germany. He was born in Steindamm as the son of the farm laborer Hinrich Gripp. His destination was Marcus, Cherokee County, Iowa.
    July 4, 1927: The <NEW YORK> arriving from Hamburg in New York
    Christian Gripp, 27 years old, a farmer and born in Bad Bramstedt in Holstein, Germany.
 
 

SHIPS WITH <GRIP> ABOARD

 
 

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