I had a similar question about the German immigrants.So I searched for the books that Matt consulted, finding them in the FHC in Lake Mary, Florida.His note confused places of origin with names of ships.Here are the names that I found:
Dora Addiks, age 17, came from Midlum, Germany, and sailed from Bremen to New York aboard the Herzog [von] Brabant, arriving on 30 Aug 1862.(Zimmerman, Gary, and Marion Wolfert, GERMAN IMMIGRANTS:Lists of Passengers Bound from Bremen to New York, 1855-1862.Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986, pp.1 and xx)
John F. Adick, age 24, from Spike, aboard the Bremen, arrived 11 Dec 1863.(Zimmerman and Wolfert, GERMAN IMMIGRANTS . . . 1863-1867. (publ 1988)
Ernst Adickes, age 37, with Anna, age 36; Friederike, age 8, Heinrich, age 5, and Elise, age 9 months, from Dorumer Atten, aboard the Johann Lange, arrived 29 Aug 1864.(Z & W, 1855-1862, pp. 1, xv, xvi)
Theodor Adicks, age 16, and Anna, age 19, from Dorum, aboard the Donau, arrived 10 Jun 1871.
(Wolfert, 1868-1871, publ. 1993, pp. 1 and xviii)
Anna Addicks, age 23, from Rothweil, aboard the Deutschland, arrived 2 May 1870.(Wolfert, 1868-1871, pp. 1 and xvii)[The wreck of the Deutschland off the English coast in 1875 occasioned a commemorative poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.]
Eibe Adicks, age 15, from Cappeln, and Diedrich Adix, age 26, from Bremerhaven, are listed on p. 1 of Zimmerman and Wolfert's 1847-1854 volume (publ. 1987), but I do not have in my notes the pages showing the names of the ships on which they traveled.
Zimmerman and Wolfert have done a splendid job of researching these passenger lists, and you should consult their books, which also list the National Archives microfilms where the names can be found.Also, see the multi-volume GERMANS TO AMERICA, which can be found in many public libraries.Take into account the wide variation in spellings.