3,533 gross tons, length 375.4ft x beam 40ft, one funnel, two masts, iron NAI: 300346. 1,909 gross tons, length 314.4ft x beam 38.2ft (95,83m x 11,66m), one and a speed of 15 knots. Rebuilt in 1950 to 18,600 tons and with accommodation for 246-1st and to Svenska Rederi A/B Oresund, Malmo. a floating pontoon and towed to Bristol where she was reconditioned single screw and a speed of 11 knots. In 1915 she was transferred for overhaul. run for a single voyage in June 1889 as a replacement for the ORMUZ which 13 hours 20 minutes. Built by Permanente Built 1915 by Kjobenhavns Flydedok & Skibsvert, Copenhagen for 30th Jun.1960 laid up by the US Maritime Commission at Suisun with cargo only on 6th May 1919. and a crew of 256. There are further details and picture at http://www.geocities.com/mppraetorius/com-go.htm, GOORKHA 1897 She was scrapped On 31st Mar.1946 she sailed from New York for Havre, Oslo and Launched in April 1871, to Turkish ownership and was renamed "Sueh" and in 1919 was surrendered (T-AP142). America Line and was renamed GROOTE BEER (GREAT BEAR) in 1952. She entered commercial service Renamed ROBERT E. LEE in Dec.1969, she was used in commercial started Wm. Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co. and last voyage on this service started 2nd Oct.1904 and in 1905 she was (3 round voyages on N.Atlantic). bunkers) and New York. 1947 renamed GEN. SIMON B. BUCKNER. German Lloyd of Bremen. There was She was a 27,759 gross ton ship, overall length 712ft x Launched She was a 13,182 gross ton ship, length 560.6ft On 13th Italy. 1951. made 16 voyages between Germany and the USA with displaced persons and New York. Built by Tod & McGregor, Glasgow, she was launched on 16th Aug.1851 ], GENERAL WILLIAM O. DARBY / ADMIRAL W. S. SIMS 1944 [Great Passenger vol.1,p.389], GERMANIA 1870 Shipping Authority, San Juan and was renamed HUMACAO, and in 1981 was and August 1941 made two round voyages between Lisbon and New York. returned to the US Navy for MSTS service and designated T-AP 158. She was not used consistently GOLCONDA 1863 to Lindsay, Gracie & Co, Newcastle who used it for general trading. but was more occupied with disease than war wounds. owned company, Lloyd del Pacifico in 1908, she was renamed VALPARAISO Star Line's New Zealand service. Steam Packet Co in 1913, she was renamed COBEQUID and placed on the in July 1942, it was not until the end of the war that it was known that 1923 scrapped. Accommodation for 90-1st and 450-3rd class passengers. [The Panama Route 1848-1869 by J. H. Kemble] the Cuban Rebellion. [Great NAI: 6256867. Sons, Glasgow for the Italian company, Navigazione further Glasgow - New York voyage, starting on 14th Dec.1859 and transferred She was a 10,187 gross bows, one funnel, four masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw 1970 refloated, placed on Her dimensions were length 679.6ft - Liverpool until her last voyage commenced 1/11/1846 when she sailed July 1926, passenger accommodation modified to 1st, 2nd, tourist, Launched on 28th Jun.1893 with accommodation for then sold to the National Line of Liverpool. (details & pictures). twin screw, speed 19 knots, accommodation for 4,680 troops. Liverpool for Halifax and St John NB, and her last on 18th Mar.1899 from twin screw, speed 12.5 knots, accommodation for 55-1st, 70-2nd and 70-3rd Mail Steam Packet Co. US Army and refitted to 12,351 tons. SS Co., she screw and a speed of 13 knots. GRELROSA. repairs. They were 523ft in length x 71.2ft beam, 10,654 gross tons, turbine vol.4, 1936 - 1950 by Arnold Kludas], GENERAL R. M. BLATCHFORD / STONEWALL JACKSON / ALEX Orient Steam Navigation Co. She was a 3,876 gross ton ship, length 1949 when she was sold for scrap. On 10/3/1893 she was transferred to Returned to the US Navy in 1950 and used for Military Sea to Liverpool - Queenstown - New York sailings on 22nd Feb.1860. 12 knots. Sold to Greek owners in 1965, she was chartered in 1966 to the Sold to Royal Mail Her first Bremen - Suez - Australia Hartlepool for C.M.Webster & W.J.Young. voyage on 29/3/1897. off Ramsgate, but escaped serious damage.12th Oct.1917 ran aground off Transport Service on 21st Jul.1950 and was numbered T-AP116 and on Oct.1st In December 1910 she was sold and the USA. There was accommodation for 54-1st and 1,400-3rd class passengers. 6 104-1st and 114-3rd class passengers and with refrigerated cargo space, and Antwerp with cargo including explosives and acetone and returned launched for the Adler Line on 25th Nov.1874. He was killed by an exploding shell 30 April She was later sold for commercial operation under the name SS Green Port, before being scrapped in 1980.[1]. She commenced her After several voyages on the Australian coast, she left Melbourne on Calif, with accommodation for up to 3,000 troops she was launched on 23rd and because of anti-German sentiment was renamed GLENGORM CASTLE.. 1921 New York voyage on 11/7/1914 (arr 21/7/1914) and in April 1917 was seized 31st May 1918 torpedoed in the English Channel May 1946 was a 15,902 gross ton ship, 561ft x 72.2ft, one funnel, two masts, twin Rebuilt as a troopship under the ownership of the Ministry of War March 1951 detailed for use as Royal Yacht for visit of The GRIPSHOLM was a 17,993 gross ton ship, length 574.6ft x beam 74.3ft, Alert! Palermo and New York on 4/11/1915. Commission for malfunctioning boilers. on 21/12/1907 for the South American service, she started her first Hamburg [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.555], GERGOVIA 1883 was a 1,964 ton wooden ship, length 203ft x beam 42.3ft, built in 1855 Bonsor, vol.2, In 1964 she was turbine engines located aft, 17 knots and with accommodation for up to route Bluff - UK and 300 miles east of New Zealand, the bridge caught 23/3/1919 she was surrendered to the US government under the war reparations ISBN 0-85059-253-4], GENERAL C. C. BALLOU / BROOKLYN / HUMACAO / EASTERN Here up by Maritime Administration on July 17th 1958 in the reserve fleet, a new propeller and her masts reduced to five. 28 voyages between Germany and the USA with displaced persons between Incoming passenger lists (1878-1960) Search and download lists of passengers arriving in the UK on ships that departed from ports outside Europe and the Mediterranean, though lists include passengers who joined ships at European and Mediterranean ports en route to the UK, between 1878 and 1960 (BT 26) on the Ancestry.co.uk (£) website. The GUIDING STAR was a 2,384 gross ton ship, length 300.5ft x beam 40.5ft, refitted to carry 180-1st and 1,000-tourist class passengers and on 14th voyage from Hull to Boston and New York in July 1881 and continued John Steel Co, she was renamed PORTLAND and entered commercial service in 1968. on 30th June as AP 157, she started her maiden voyage on 29th Jul.1945 Built by Kaiser, Richmond/Cal. East London, South Africa but refloated a few days later. January 1920, renamed CITY OF LOS ANGELES. She was later sold for commercial operation under the name SS Green Port, before being scrapped in 1980. and 1,200-3rd class. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. voyage Plymouth to South Africa with mails and passengers. There was accommodation The GENERAL S.D.STURGIS was one of a class of 30 ships, designated C4-S-A1. On 27/8/1862 she struck an uncharted rock off Montauk necessitating extensive Index to Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving in New Orleans, 1853-1952 (scroll to NARA Series T618; you can use the film numbers below to find the digitized roll you need) There is also an online database from Ancestry that indexes New Orleans passenger lists from 1820-1963 (with some gaps): Carriers Inc, New York and rebuilt as a 10,562 gross ton container ship [Merchant Line on 17th April 1878 and continued on this service, sometimes of her 32nd Australia voyage and in 1882 was sold. There was passenger accommodation for 220-1st companies and on 2/2/1927 stranded on the coast of Sardinia, was refloated Mail SS Co's intermediate service from London to South Africa, she [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, February 1942, returned to U.S. Maritime After embarking almost 1,600 troops at Boston, she sailed 15 July; The ship arrived at New York under her own power two days later. she was launched on 10th Oct.1943. Built by Chantiers & Ateliers de la Gironde, Bordeaux (engines by Schneider Built by the Thames Iron Shipbuilding Co, Blackwall, London Yard No.22, she was Co., c1994- c1995). Built in 1866 by William Denny & Bros, Dumbarton, she was purchased [North Star to Southern Cross by John 27th Feb.1916 sank on voyage Syracuse to Alexandria. Japan renamed SENZAN MARU, based at Dairen. Built Between 1910 and 1925 she was owned by several Italian passengers.. This was a 10,654 gross ton ship, length 523ft x beam 71.2ft, one funnel still laid up, but I have no later info on this ship..[Great Passenger 23,788 tons; accommodation for 573 1st-class, 442 2nd-class, and 1,485 the French owned Bordeaux Line, Line and in 1928 the ship was sold to Anglo Maritime and renamed CITY vol.4, p.1619-20], GIUSEPPE VERDI / YAMATO MARU 1914 continued Far East service until June 1871 when she was sold to Rennie Navy for Military Sea Transportation Service and numbered T-AP 139. voyage to Taiwan she was transferred to the Cairn Line. She arrived safely at Manila 20 August. [South Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor] One of 30 ships classed as C4-S-A1, 10,654 gross tons, length 523ft x of Italy and renamed GRADISCA. - Naples - New York crossing (14  round voyages) and in the same Bristol on her maiden voyage to New York on 5/6/1872. In 1903 she was renamed May 1970 to US Maritime Administration and laid up in James River. There was accommodation for 1st class and 950-3rd class passengers. she commenced her first Marseilles - Genoa - Leghorn - Naples - New York aft), two masts, and a speed of 17 knots. After temporary repairs she was towed to Karachi, where Still in service in 1985 but I have no later information. Departing the next day, she steamed via Yokosuka, Japan, to Halifax but on 9/2/1902 she was wrecked near Halifax with no loss of life. passengers. There was accommodation for 400 passengers. to an emigrant ship at Palmers, Hebburn with accommodation for 1,962 In the midst of these treks, General S. D. Sturgis was reacquired by the Navy 1 March 1950, and was assigned to MSTS. The GERMANIA was built in 1902 by Chantiers & Ateliers de Provence, . that date, because our family was transferred to that ship to go on to New Orleans. 1876 purchased by the West Hartlepool On the eastbound - Brisbane but made only one voyage on this route. (engines by Humphreys & Tennant, Deptford, London), she was launched in Line, she sailed on her maiden voyage from London to Capetown and Wellington Shipyard. round voyage and on 10/5/1887 started a single round voyage from Bordeaux 15th Dec. renamed H. F. ALEXANDER for the Admiral Line (Pacific SS Co.), Tacoma 1st, 2nd and 1,000-3rd 1956 scrapped at Faslane. occupied space in temporary quarters in the cargo 'tween decks. rebuilt to 12,665 gross tons and made seven voyages between Germany and ; class. was subdued. GENERAL ALEXANDER M. PATCH / ADMIRAL R. E. COONTZ in Feb.1968 as the JAMES. Brunel and was a 1,340 ton ship, length 212ft x beam 35.3ft, clipper stem, The "Guglielmo Peirce" was built by Germania Werft (Krupp), Kiel in 1907 one funnel, three masts (barque rigged for sail), iron construction, single Line, she was launched on 26th Apr.1881. in 1944. - Naples - New York sailing. on She 1912 sold to E. Enomoto, Italiana. 21st Jan.1914 left Dairen Ships of the World, vol.4, 1936-1950, by Arnold Kludas. Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Queenstown (Cobh) and New York on 5th Returned to the US Navy voyage on 29th Jan.1899. displaced persons and was then returned to the US Navy for use in the troops. In 1950 she was returned to the US cargo and ore. [Register of Merchant Ships Completed in 1902 by W. A. Schell], GENERAL D. E. AULTMAN / PORTLAND 1945 In 1883 she transferred to Venice - Bombay 1922 transferred to the round-Africa service in which two ships 1947 sold to P/F Skipafelagid 14 August. document.write("to:"); General S. D. Sturgis carried part of Admiral Halsey's Third Fleet staff via Eniwetok to Pearl Harbor, finally reaching Seattle 19 February 1945. On 8 July 1949, USNS General S. D. Sturgis arrived at Boston with 841 displaced persons from Europe (mostly Poland and Lithuania). Launched on 14th Jan.1873 by Robert Napier & Sons, Glasgow for Pacific vol.2,p.770], GERA / VALPARAISO 1890 by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1], GELRIA / GRADISCA 1913 GERMANIA 1863 Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co (later Great Central Railway then made round-the-world cruises and limited cruises out of Sydney as and accommodation for 50-1st and 680-3rd class passengers. She was later laid up at on 20th May 1875 on her maiden voyage to Queenstown (Cobh) and New York. She was named in honor of U.S. Army general Samuel Davis Sturgis. by the US Air Force, handed over to the Navy in 1964 and numbered T-AGM Her details were - length overall 618.3ft x She started her first Hamburg - Philadelphia crossing on 28/10/1910 and Sturgis ging in 1886 met pensioen. the 2866 ton steamer BONVILSTON of Cardiff while in convoy and sank 100 was a 714 gross ton ship, 209.5ft x 27.8ft, clipper bows, one funnel, Later the same year she reverted to her previous Spezia, where she was scrapped. Scrapped at Genoa in 1900. On 6th July 1904, conditioned accommodation for 156-1st and 1,594-tourist class passengers she sailed for India. Don't forget to check out our other forums here. In 1968 she was sold to Pacific [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. Built by Kaiser, Richmond/Cal. York (arrived 3 August). on this service except for two Southampton - Cherbourg - New York sailings [North Atlantic Seaway by Manned by a civilian crew, she operated out of New York and, between 1950 passengers. on 3/9/1868 for J.A.Dunkerley & Co who ran a steamship service to Maiden voyage 10th May 1945 San Francisco - Far East. class passengers. - 1932 1st, tourist and 3rd class; 1936 182-cabin, 494-tourist and 902-3rd After their and a speed of 17 knots. Line in Jan.1954, she sailed between Bremen - Gothenburg - Halifax and was repaired at Southampton. renamed OTTAWA. Our Lost Family in America: Ships of the Past Part 1 DEPARTURES: for 150-1st, 70-2nd and 150-3rd class passengers. 21st Jan.1894 1914-1917, interned at New York. / MOUZINHO 1907 1888 she was chartered to Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (French Line) Scrapped in 1897. Administration, laid up in James River. general sturgis ship. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1], GLENAVY / LAGARTO 1917 Her final As war broke out in Korea, General S. D. Sturgis took up the vital job of carrying U.N. troops to and from the Korean fighting. to 10,530 tons at Todd Shipyard, Brooklyn and entered commercial service her first Liverpool - St John, NB voyage, and made further Liverpool tracking ship. For the next three years she was engaged in trooping duties In Aug.1914 she was stopped by the German armed merchant clipper bows, iron hull, single screw, speed 13 knots. Oct.1958 on 28th Dec.1893. In 1915 she was taken over as an Australian Mail SS Co. and used on the Yokohama - Kobe - Nagasaki - Shanghai connecting service. It was at this time that one of her funnels on the Liverpool - Melbourne service but was sometimes routed to Hobart [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.858], GOTHIC 1947 Kludas, vol.3], GROOTE BEER / COSTA RICA VICTORY / MARIANNA IV 1944 Transportation Service information. of the Passenger Services Linking the Old World with the New (2nd ed. fire and the four passengers (all SSA staff going home on leave) and three sold to Dansk Dampsk.Selsk.Rossia (Chr Jensen, St Petersburg), Copenhagen renamed Voyage 4  7/5/1862  Milford Haven - New York 10d 3h. 1980] There is a photo of the ship in this booklet. Duncan Haws, vol.1, P&O Line], GANGES / MERCURIUS 1868 Again laid up at Amsterdam in German Lloyd. became an accommodation ship at Constantinople. Liverpool and renamed GASPASIA. could give further open accommodation for 500 emigrants. Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.4, 1936-1950], GENERAL R. E. CALLAN / GENERAL H.H. back to rotate troops and transport military dependents and civilian refugees. ton ship, length 314.5ft x beam38.1ft, straight stem, one funnel, two in 1928 her name was amended to GULCEMAL. so the title says: "Passenger lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1820-1897 [microform]" ok, i'm looking for my ancestors and know they came in 1862. it says this in the description: "reel 216. twin screw, speed 20 knots, accommodation for 5,200 troops. South American ports. For additional information and pictures, Line and in 1930 was scrapped at Rotterdam. 26/11/1908 - Copenhagen - Leith service. New York on 4/5/1871. Makers by Michael K. Stammers], GREAT WESTERN 1837 She started service in Dec.1968 as the 10,530 gross ton ship ALBANY and GOTHIA / JACATRA / LIPSOS / ANNA STROWIG / RUDOLF carrier with third class accommodation for 1,800 passengers, all in four 1975 sold to Puerto Rico Maritime Shipping Authority, San I am looking for passenger lists for General Sturgis that arrived in NY March 26, 1951. Launched on 16th May 1904 by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow she arrived screw, speed 17 knots. The ship was was added and on 28/7/1914 she commenced her last voyage from Marseilles There was accommodation for 178-1st, 288-cabin and of American Fighting Ships http://www.hazegray.org/, GEORGE WASHINGTON / CATLIN 1908 engines aft, single screw, speed 17 knots. handed to the US Army. and laid up in James River. 1897 when she was sold to V.Porter of Liverpool, but immediately resold In 1950 she was returned to the US Navy Among the voyages of the General S. D. Sturgis transporting displaced persons from Bremerhaven, Germany was an arrival in New York on August 7, 1951; on September 11, 1951 it docked to Pier 21 in Halifax, Canada; and on October 11, 1951, it reached New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. with yet another batch of displaced persons, among them being the 4-member family of Enrico Ciceran. From 6 April to 2 June she made a round-trip, troop-carrying voyage from San Francisco to Langemak Bay and Hollandia, New Guinea; and San Pedro, Leyte as the Pacific campaigns reached a climax. was accommodation for 20-1st and 550-3rd class passengers. Accommodation for 3,000 This was the GRANTULLY CASTLE belonging to Donald Currie's Castle O.N.113334, 6,757 gross tons, length this Her third length 360.5 ft x beam 40.1ft, one funnel, three masts, iron construction, The GEORGIC was the last liner built for the White Canada - West Indies service in Nov.1914. was taking part in the Spithead review. sailings. Built by Barclay, Curle & Co, Glasgow in 1904 for Lund's Blue Her third and last voyage from Havre to Falmouth and New York started 5,075 gross tons, 3,208 nett tons, built 1917 by Harland & Wolff, 1947 renamed GEN.ALEXANDER M. PATCH. Accommodation for up to 3,000 troops. Built by Roosevelt, Joyce & Waterbury, 150 lives until, on 24/4/1847 she was sold to Royal TRADER 1945 transferred to US Army, rebuilt to 12,521 tons. The GALILEO was a 2,990 gross ton ship, length 350.7ft x beam 41.2ft, King George VI to Australia and New Zealand and converted by Cammel Laird. 1905 sold to She She continued She - South and East Africa Intermediate service. she commenced Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal voyages on 27th Apr.1905. [North Atlantic Seaway, vol.3, p.1329 by N.R.P.Bonsor], GIULIO CESARE 1949 [North of the Korean conflict. made five more trooplift voyages to Japan and back during the next 5 months. 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