This is regarding my 3rd great-grandparents: Wilhelm Friedrich Paske and Auguste Mittelstaedt, and their son (my 2nd great grandfather) Hermann August Paskey. All three of them arrived in the USA aboard the SS Vaderland at the Port of Philadelphia on 17 Oct 1883. The ship sailed out of Antwerp the same year. I'm hoping to find some kind of arrival record for them in Antwerp, Belgium. I would think they would have sailed from the Northern part of Prussia, likely Brandenburg area, as Wilhelm Friedrich Paske/Paskey/Paeske was from Neumark. By finding any kind of documentation, I hope this will give me clues as to where they left from, what dates, and maybe I can find out where they were living in Prussia/Germany because we have nothing on them prior to their immigration to the United States. I only recently found the spelling variants of Paeske and Paske. Our entire lives our family had known only the spelling of Paskey, and I found that they spelled their names Paske on the ship log and immigration documents. In addition to Hermann, they also sailed with children Emilie, Carl, and Wilhelm (or William) Jr. I appreciate any assistance anyone can provide! Thank you!