There were two passenger lists (Hamburg to Glasgow, Glasgow to New York) showing Simche and his second wife grouped with Golde (age 22), Hinde (age 19), Itzig (age 17), and infant, Lea (presumably Simche's children.)
Listed with them in the Hamburg to Glasgow list are Wolf (age 27), Rachel (age 25), Reisel (infant), Mayer (age 26), Freide (age 25), Aron (age 4), and Basse (infant). Wolf, Rachel, and Reisel are not listed with Simche's family in the Glasgow to New York list, but are on the same page, listed with another Segal family which I have not placed as a relation to Simche.
In a conversation with my mother-in-law, I asked if she remembered a "Wolf Segal." She didn't know that name. I then asked if she remembered who her great aunt Rachel Segal married and was she married in Russia or America? All of a sudden, she remembered, that yes, Rachel married a Segal, and she remembered him as Uncle Velvul!
A quick Internet search, and I found that Velvul is Yiddish for "little wolf".
Having an idea of the family group, I looked for Rachel Segal in census records and found her as wife of William Seigel in Dennis Township in 1900, on the page just following Samuel Seigel, Rachel's father. I'm sure I must have looked at this family in the past, but I didn't know how the names figured into the greater family at the time.
|1900 U.S. Federal Census, Dennis, Cape May County, New Jersey; Roll:
Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 113; Record for William Seigel.
In 1910, they are still in Woodbine.
|1910 U.S. Federal Census, Dennis, Cape May County, New Jersey; Roll:
Page: xx; Enumeration District: xx; Record for William Seigel.
It looks like Rachel had another child since 1900 who didn't survive.