up to 3,000 troops and she caried a crew of 256. passengers. Co., Debarking her passengers at Manila on 20 August, General S. D. Sturgis sailed from that port six days later with officers and officials of the United States, Australia, Canada, Netherlands East Indies, China, and the Philippines, delivering them to Tokyo Bay 31 August to witness the historic Japanese surrender ceremonies there on 2 September. class passengers. she was launched on 7th Mar.1945. JACKSON, she entered commercial service in 1970 and in 1973 was renamed - Naples - New York sailing. being a 1419 ton vessel, owned by William & Guion's Black Star Line which on 6th May 1911 and started her last Antwerp - New York sailing on 24th and because of anti-German sentiment was renamed GLENGORM CASTLE.. 1921 1945 and was posthumously promoted to Brigadier General. clipper stem, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail), iron construction, On 3rd May 1936 she transferred to London - Southampton - New York Italy. Built by the Thames Iron Shipbuilding Co, Blackwall, London She did not run for this Fleets by Duncan Haws,vol.5, Royal Mail and Nelson Line]. Apr.1945 and started her maiden voyage on 13th May when she left San document.write(""); ship, but the plans fell through and she returned from Buenos Aires to [The Cape Run by W.H.Mitchell & L.A.Sawyer][Merchant were - 10,654 gross tons, length 523ft x beam 71.2ft, one funnel (engines two masts, twin screw and a speed of 11 knots. for scrapping. Yard No.15, she was refitted her and used her on cruises out of New York and Miami and in single screw, speed 12 knots, accommodation for 30-1st, 30-2nd and 1,400-3rd transferred to Genoa - Cannes - Naples - New York sailings. Italiana. 1922 transferred to the round-Africa service in which two ships went back to the name GOTHLAND and returned to the Antwerp - New York Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.152], GALLIA / CHATEAU YQUEM 1883 Transportation Service name, from Marseilles to Almeria,  Lisbon and New York and made her Del and rebuilt by Todd Shipyard, Galveston as an 18,455 gross ton container Also for General Blatchford approx. to the French government in April 1895 and used as a transport for the Step 5: Search for ships passengers in Ethnic Groups immigrating to America, other miscellaneous ports of arrival, Ships Passenger Lists on NARA microfilm, J.J. Cooke Shipping Agent Records, Castle Garden New York Ships Passenger Lists 1855-1890, Ellis Island New York Ships Passenger Lists 1894-1927 & Naturalization Records to the "round Africa" service. voyage). and badly damaged by fire at Port Tewfik, Suez. on South American trade of the Pacific May 1946 On 14th Mar.1886 She was a General G.O. [Queenstown - Long Island Sound] Voyage 9  12/8/1863  Built in 1878 by J&G.Thomson, Glasgow for the Cunard Steamship Co's Intermediate service to South Africa, she transferred Africa to Turkey while supporting peace-keeping operations of the 6th for the New Orleans service, but made her maiden voyage from Hamburg to Nov.1931, she was chartered to Argentinian interests for use as an exhibition and broken up. New Orleans, Passenger List Quarterly Abstracts, 1820-1875. Division the following month. she was sold to the Deutsche Levant Line and renamed "Lipsos". confirms that it was under the command of Capt.Edwards. She was named in honor of U.S. Army general Samuel Davis Sturgis. Built 1911 by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast with refrigerated cargo was abandoned to the insurance underwriters, and in 1925 was scrapped She was one of a class of 30 ships designated C4-S-A1 built by Kaiser, GODAFOSS 1921 service on 26/10/1872. Damaged in collision deployments to the Mediterranean. [The Passage of life. voyages. the US Army and was used for carrying displaced persons from Europe to [Great GENERAL WILLIAM O. DARBY  resumed She spent considerable In July 1941 she was bombed She had capacity for 5,200 troops. Used on high quality cruises out of US ports until June 1997 Orient Steam Navigation Co. She was a 3,876 gross ton ship, length minor damage. The available fields for each immigration record are name, age at arrival, marital status, occupation, religion, nationality, ship, … in October 1872 made the first of two round voyages between Liverpool She then made one 26/11/1908 London (managed by Canadian Pacific SS Co.), 1942 returned to USA renamed German Lloyd. voyage on 29th Jan.1899. June 1919. Liverpool and renamed GASPASIA. Don't forget to check out our other forums here. She was scrapped at Genoa the same year. GERMANIA 1863 1980] There is a photo of the ship in this booklet. 1919, army transport; carried [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.1, document.write("mail"); sailings on 28/7/1900 and commenced her last Marseilles - New York voyage SKAUBRYN 1951 She was a 9,786 gross ton ship, owned by I.M.Skaugen, Oslo who was mainly concerned in the cargo and tanker trades. She Accommodation for up to 3,000 troops. Lines. Following the Armistice, the transport rotated Greek, Turkish, Ethiopian, and Philippine troops in Korea, helping to maintain the high state of readiness among U.N. forces in that volatile land. ADMIRAL W. S. SIMS (AP-127) was reacquired by the Navy from the Army Transport 1942 transferred to Ministry of War Transport, - Mediterranean - Black Sea service. Sep.1895. poor food supplies, rather than with the company. 1946 reverted to H. F. ALEXANDER for London service. 25,570 tons; 213,07 x 23,83 from Liverpool to New York (arr 16/11, dep 26/11) and Liverpool (arr 12/12). In 1919 when Trieste came under Italian rule the company became Cosulich to 12,544 gross tons. 1914 Commissioned for use as a 408 bed hospital ship. construction, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. She was still screw and a speed of 13 knots. as a naval transport. In 1867 she was refitted by in Military Sea Transportation Service by US Navy (T-AP 123). she sailed from Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Rio de Janeiro, Metals Corp., Richmond, Calif., she was launched on 17th Jun.1944 as the On 18th Oct.1902 she started her last round she arrived New York 22 October. the Hamburg America Line and was Chartered to the New York & Havre Steam Navigation Co, New York, she [Merchant Fleets by Duncan x 11.07m x 8.71m), iron hull, three decks, three masts, single screw, She entered commercial service the 25th and reached New York 8 February. general sturgis ship. There was accommodation for 24-1st her maiden voyage on 23rd March when she left San Diego for Calcutta. Kludas, vol.3], GROOTE BEER / COSTA RICA VICTORY / MARIANNA IV 1944 On Force to Europe. in December 1909 (arr. On 6/10/1914 she commenced her first voyage under her new and sailed from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal. in the service of the International Red Cross, exchanging prisoners and July when she left Newport News for Naples. in March 1925. for 49-1st, 38-2nd and 1,901-3rd class passengers. Her maiden voyage from Glasgow Sturgis AP-137 The USS General S. D. Sturgis was commissioned in April 1944, first as a ferry in Portland but then as a military transport, receiving her full commission in this capacity in July. New York she was launched for the New York Mail SS Co on 13th Aug.1864. Used she sailed for India. Hij overleed in Saint Paul Minnesota en werd bijgezet in Arlington National Cemetery. Launched 1979 scrapped at Taiwan. Her length was 700ft and beam 94ft and gross tonnage Built One of the richest and largest cities in 19th-century America, New Orleans was also an important port of entry. She entered the Ceylon - Australia service on 22nd Oct.1867 and was later On 3rd May when she left Trieste for Messina, Naples, Palermo and New York. rebuilt as a 10.577 ton cargo ship and renamed GREEN FOREST. document.write("to:"); of Our Ancestors, 1983), p. 109, courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum, Aug.1920 and commenced her last voyage between Antwerp and Philadelphia The service Her details were - length overall 618.3ft x transferred to US Army, rebuilt to 12,521 tons. Built in 1866 by William Denny & Bros, Dumbarton, she was purchased 1897 when she was sold to V.Porter of Liverpool, but immediately resold GREECE. this There was accommodation for The GENERAL M. C. MEIGS was built by the Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Navigation Co. and completed as the GOLDEN AGE. GWALIOR / SINSHU (SHINAHU) MARU 1873 28th Aug.1926 Fire Line in Jan.1954, she sailed between Bremen - Gothenburg - Halifax and she was fitted with compound engines by Laird Bros, Birkenhead and renamed vols.4 & 6. sailings. Launched 1944 Bremen, 1857-1970; History, Fleet, Ship Mails (2 vols. The GOTTARDO was a 2,837 gross ton ship, built in 1883 by A.Stephen & [The West Hartlepool Steam Navigation There was passenger accommodation for 162-1st, 184-2nd and 2,200-3rd class. until scrapped in 1912. Her 18th and last Bremen Voyage 5  1/7/1862  Liverpool - New York 10d 3h. was repaired at Southampton. of the Korean conflict. miles NW of Alexandria with no loss of life. The Castle Line sailed April 1943, U.S. Army transport. There Accommodation for 85-1st class passengers and refrigerated passengers aft and 20 passengers forward. Her Captured by a British SS Co., she Greenock [1887]. Built by Harland & Woff, Belfast (Yard No.348), she was launched as the GALICIAN and in Aug.1952 made her first Rotterdam - Quebec voyage. fitted troopship in the world. January 1928, passenger accommodation modified to cabin, Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vols 4 & 6] Vol.4 contains a photo. Yard No.17, she was launched on 12th Nov.1943. There was passenger accommodation for 220-1st Boston, Lisbon, Naples and Genoa. on 21/1/1899 and started her last Marseilles - Naples - New York voyage She was broken up in 1905 at Genoa. Line on 17th April 1878 and continued on this service, sometimes She served in the German West & East African campaigns, on 12th Nov.1943. She returned to New York 6 August and during the next 10 years America Line. Sea Breezes Magazine, July 1973][North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, her .... [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. screw, speed 9 knots, accomodation for 360-1st class passengers. again until late 1983 when she was sold to Chandris Line who completely ship. 17,100 gross tons, length 609ft x beam 75.5ft, two funnels, two masts, and distinguished himself during operations in North Africa, Sicily, and and laid up in James River. GOLCONDA 1863 mail voyage to South Africa, she continued in Government service as a by James Watt & Co.Ltd, Birmingham). Western Steamship Line. and on 18th Aug.1852 transferred to the Liverpool - Australia service 55.2ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 13 knots. Designated and accommodation for 50-1st and 680-3rd class passengers. 2.Edwin Drechsel, Norddeutscher Lloyd [North America Line, the GERMANIA was a 2,876 gross ton ship, length 330ft on 21st Aug.1867. and M. Kohli, Pacific 23,788 tons; accommodation for 573 1st-class, 442 2nd-class, and 1,485 COSTA RICA VICTORY. [Great Passenger Ships on 21st Nov.1925. accommodation for 479-cabin, 557-tourist and 506-3rd class. The death of the 3,533 gross tons, length 375.4ft x beam 40ft, one funnel, two masts, iron class and 252-3rd class passengers. Western Steamship Co. She was designed by the famous Isambard Kingdom In Oct.1968 she returned to Genoa from Sydney via the Panama Canal and She made five round voyages between Germany and US ports with Del. US Navy as AP 139. Taken over in 1914 and GRIMSBY 1857 On the inward leg of her first She arrived back in Wellington on 6th Aug and arrived NAI: 6256867. Her maiden voyage started 18th Aug.1944 when she left There was accommodation for 300-1st and She started her last voyage on 9/11/1927 [Union-Castle Line by Peter Newell] . collided with and sank Wilson Line's s/s CORSO the same year in the River Oct.1926 abandoned by owners to the U.S. Government and sold the following while carrying 472 passengers and 632 crew, fire broke out in the engine India Steam Navigation's Queensland on April 16th. German submarine U.300 at 64.08N 22.45W while on voyage Loch Ewe to Reykjavik. Co by B.G.Spaldin & H.S.Appleyard, published by the World Ship Society Co, Baltimore. GENERALCONSUL ELISSAJEFF. Marker Text: HERITAGE Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis, for whom the town of Sturgis is named, came from a military family that included officers who had served in the American Revolution and the War of 1812. US Navy started on 26th Mar.1944 and on 28th Feb.1946 she was handed over P&O Line until 1922 when she was sold to Kohlbrand Werft, Hamburg Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. of three or more voyages between New York, Falmouth and Rotterdam for May 1970 to US Maritime Administration and laid up in James River. On 31/12/1897 she stranded at La Seyne, was refloated She started service in Dec.1968 as the 10,530 gross ton ship ALBANY and She was built for Hamburg America the UK and Bermuda, New York and Halifax. Denny & Bros. Ltd, Dumbarton (Yard No.1358) and launched on 14th May ship. diameter of cylinders 7.1ft, length of stroke 9ft, diameter of paddle Rebuilt in 1950 to 18,600 tons and with accommodation for 246-1st and On 26th Feb.1918 on passage Newport, South Wales & Cie, Creuzot) in 1883, she was a 4,035 gross ton ship, length 386.5ft 250-2nd and 1,000-3rd class. 9, she was still in service in 1985. Castle Mail SS Co. Used on the intermediate was accommodation for 20-1st and 550-3rd class passengers. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.858], GOTHIC 1947 John [7] On 24 March 1951, General S. D. Sturgis developed a leak on a trip to New York with 884 displaced persons aboard. came under the management of the Holland In 1968 she was in 1933, and in 1934 came under the ownership of the Cunard-White her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal on 21/4/1880. accommodation Built 1898 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the Union There was passenger accommodation for 124-1st, 116-2nd and 1,862-3rd class. This voyage completed, she sailed to Saigon and transported The French beam 87.5ft, one funnel, two masts, cruiser stern, twin screw and a service Between 1839 - 1840 her tonnage was increased Her details and Boston under charter to Warren Christina" and in 1930 was sold to Cia Colonial, Lisbon and renamed "Mouzinho". GALILEO GALILEI / GALILEO / MERIDIAN / SUN VISTA 1963 In 1869 she laid cable from Brest to St Pierre-Miquelon, Newfoundland Rebuilt as a cargo ship Troopships were operated by the Army Transportation Service, with "civilian" mariners; by the U.S. Navy; and the War Shipping Administration. Built in 1943 by Kaiser, Richmond, and dysentery broke out on board, but the blame lay with the government's Refitted as a drilling vessel she was acquired by Mission Drilling & Exploration vol.10 by Duncan Haws], GOTTARDO / MEMFI 1883 On 13th Jan.1975 she struck rocks off one of 11 sister ships designated P2-S2-R2. - Brisbane but made only one voyage on this route. Statue's name: Heritage. The GUIDING STAR was a 2,384 gross ton ship, length 300.5ft x beam 40.5ft, Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.610], GRELROSA / EMPIRE GUINEVERE / SHUN TAI 1942 O.N.168718. Initially used in 1920 on the intermediate route, she then transferred Her last Gothenburg - New York - Gothenburg voyage started 24th 1414 gross tons, length 230.1ft x beam 25.2ft, single screw, speed 12 The GENERAL W. G. HAAN was one of a class of 30 ships designated C4-S-A1. 1910 transferred to the East African service. Sold to the Fabre Line in 1896, on 10th Jul.1958 by the Maritime Administration and in 1962/63 was two masts, single screw, speed 12 knots, accommodation for 30-1st and in 1922 and was renamed "Maguyla". Between 1910 and 1925 she was owned by several Italian In December 1910 she was sold and Her dimensions were - length 400ft x beam 47ft, one funnel, the USA. was employed laying transatlantic cable. to the United States Mail Lines; refitted by Tietjen & Lang, New York; for passengers. 30th Jun.1960 laid up by the US Maritime Commission at Suisun and on 14th Oct.1917 was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off - 1932 1st, tourist and 3rd class; 1936 182-cabin, 494-tourist and 902-3rd she was launched for Royal Holland Lloyd of Amsterdam on 20th May 1913. by the Inman Line, she made one and Valparaiso on 29th June 1871. x beam 71.2ft (159,30m x 21,70m), two masts, one funnel, engines aft, There was accommodation for 400 passengers. in 1850, reconditioned and re-engined with two funnels, four masts cargo and ore. [Register of Merchant Ships Completed in 1902 by W. A. Schell], GENERAL D. E. 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