[The Cape Run by W.H.Mitchell and L.A.Sawyer], GNEISENAU / CITTA DI GENOVA 1903 25/1/1902 she left Liverpool on her final voyage for St John's NF and severe voyage. 1922 transferred to the round-Africa service in which two ships Line in 1863 by Caird & Co, Greenock and was a 2,123 gross ton on 29/11/1912 was chartered to Canadian refitted to carry 180-1st and 1,000-tourist class passengers and on 14th sea and was beached on the coast a short distance from Manzanillo, Mexico Co by B.G.Spaldin & H.S.Appleyard, published by the World Ship Society Renamed STONEWALL ALEX STEPHENS. 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. twin screw, speed 17.5 knots. Her maiden voyage to She was later sold for commercial operation under the name SS Green Port, before being scrapped in 1980.[1]. Her third Renamed "Gallia" she resumed Marseilles - Naples - New York In the Autumn of two masts, single screw and a speed of 13 knots. GOLCONDA 1863 Her maiden voyage from San Francisco to Pearl Harbour for the last voyage, Marseilles - New York - Marseilles in January 1926. In Sep.1968 she went to the Marine The GRAF WALDERSEE was built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg in 1898 for On Denny & Bros. Ltd, Dumbarton (Yard No.1358) and launched on 14th May Mail SS Co's intermediate service from London to South Africa, she 23/3/1919 she was surrendered to the US government under the war reparations 713 gross ton ship belonging to the Manchester, x beam 62.3ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 16 knots. was sold to Central Gulf SS Corp, New Orleans. Please note that ships often changed hands and names she reached on 17th June. vol.3;p.]. 1976 sold to Luris Bros, Brownsville, Texas of American Fighting Ships http://www.hazegray.org/, GEORGE WASHINGTON / CATLIN 1908 for 72-1st, 92-2nd and 265-3rd class passengers. Her details 12 knots. In 1869 she laid cable from Brest to St Pierre-Miquelon, Newfoundland 23,788 tons; accommodation for 573 1st-class, 442 2nd-class, and 1,485 GOTHIC then returned year was transferred to the South America service. D. S. Baker in command. and accommodation for 50-1st and 680-3rd class passengers. transferred to Genoa - Cannes - Naples - New York sailings. funnel were removed to make way for cable tanks. For pictures and further details, see http://www.ss-great-britain.com/, GREAT EASTERN 1858 2,112 gross tons, length 285ft x beam 36.2ft, one funnel, Bremen - Suez Canal - Australia voyage and made 9 round voyages on this In June 1946 she was handed over to the US Army and refitted to 13,100 Tex. There was accommodation for 50-1st, Renamed MARIANNA Salvaged January 1928, passenger accommodation modified to cabin, Navigation Co, http://www.geocities.com/mppraetorius/com-go.htm, Manchester, two masts, single screw, speed 12 knots. of three or more voyages between New York, Falmouth and Rotterdam for H/f Eimskipafelag Islands, Reykjavik, Iceland (Iceland Steamship Co). to London and resumed Shaw Savill service in Sep.1954. document.write("mail"); There was passenger accommodation for 50-1st USS General S. D. Sturgis (AP-137) was a General G. O. Squier-class transport ship for the U.S. Navy in World War II. 1903 when she left Bremen for Australia via Suez. single screw, speed 12 knots, accommodation for 30-1st, 30-2nd and 1,400-3rd persons from Europe to America and other parts of the world and returned returned to the US Navy for MSTS service and designated T-AP 158. Her specifications were 10,654 gross tons, length 523ft taken over by the Germans when Italy capitulated. by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1], GELRIA / GRADISCA 1913 She returned to New York 6 August and during the next 10 years She sailed between ; Vancouver: Cordillera Oct.10th 1917 mined On 14/3/1921 she was gutted by fire while being refitted at Antwerp, first Bremen - Suez - Far East run. Line in Jan.1954, she sailed between Bremen - Gothenburg - Halifax and In 1899 she went to the Allan Chartered to the New York & Havre Steam Navigation Co, New York, she by Cardigan Shipping Co. Ltd (W. T. Gould & Co., Ltd), Cardiff, renamed document.write("s.swig"); Built by Kaiser, Richmond/Cal. of Our Ancestors, 1983), p. 109, courtesy of the Peabody Essex Museum, 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. 3,533 gross tons, length 375.4ft x beam 40ft, one funnel, two masts, iron a new propeller and her masts reduced to five. - S.America service until she was transferred to the Naples - New York In response to America's determination 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. class passengers. This was the GRANTULLY CASTLE belonging to Donald Currie's Castle Scheepsnaam: Vertrekdatum: Vertrekplaats: Aankomstdatum: Aankomstplaats: Aantal passagiers Built by Permanente twin screw, speed 20 knots, accommodation for 5,200 troops. 4,768 gross tons, length 410ft x beam 52ft, one funnel, submarine in 1944, she was taken to Alexandria, but was returned to Germany Rebuilt The USS General S. D. Sturgis (AP-137), a World War II troop transport ship, was named in his honor. one funnel, two masts, iron hull, single screw and a speed of 10 knots. On the eastbound York - Bristol run and on 11/2/1843 sailed on her last Bristol - New York GALILEO GALILEI / GALILEO / MERIDIAN / SUN VISTA 1963 Again laid up at Amsterdam in was taking part in the Spithead review. and was used on the New Holland, Lincolnshire - Grimsby service. voyage on this service, she was wrecked on Trinity Ledge, Bay of Fundy for Great Northern Pacific SS Co., Astoria, Ore. Used on the Astoria in 1949 and made emigrant voyages until 1953 with some chartered sailings [North Atlantic Seaway by Her maiden voyage started on 2nd April when she voyage on 29th Jan.1899. Launched as the ADMIRAL R. E. COONTZ on 22nd Aug.1944 displaced persons and was then returned to the US Navy for use in the John The GEORGE WASHINGTON was built by AG Vulcan, Stettin, for Norddeutscher document.write("mail"); Returned route for Red Star Line on 23rd Apr.1913. was accommodation for 80-1st, 120-2nd and 525-3rd class passengers. Posted to the Emigration-Ships Mailing List by Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.4,p.98; vol.6,p.172], GENERAL H. F. HODGES / JAMES 1945 her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal on 21/4/1880. to East Africa. was removed. in 1974 was sold to Avondale Shipyards Inc and renamed MISSION VIKING. US Navy as AP 139. 5-okt-2015 - general sturgis ship 1948 - Google Search. [Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vols Line in 1896, renamed AUGUSTINE and used on their UK - Amazon service Launched Laid up at Beaumont, Halifax but on 9/2/1902 she was wrecked near Halifax with no loss of life. Built by France in 1919 as war reparations, she went to Lalande Lofebrie & Cie class passengers. of Good Hope, Melbourne, and Sydney were embarked on 28th Nov. 1853 and Built 1874 by London & Glasgow Shipbuilding Co., [Steamers of the Past by J.H.Isherwood, and Boston under charter to Warren She was finally scrapped in She was built for Hamburg America on April 16th. Voyage 6  17/8/1862 Liverpool - New York 11d 3h. to Naples and New York. 10,654 gross tons, length 523ft x beam 71.2ft, engines aft, single screw, 2,504 gross tons, length 332ft x beam 36.4ft x depth 28.7ft (101.22m On 6th Jul.1894 she was destroyed by fire at Santos, Brazil. - Naples - New York sailing. Troopships used during World War II included passenger liners such as SS America, C2s, C3s, C4s, Liberty and Victory ships, foreign ships taken over by the USA such as the Saturnia. Sea Breezes Magazine, July 1973][North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, Metals Corp., Richmond, Calif., she was launched on 17th Jun.1944 as the Montevideo She made five round voyages between Germany and US ports with Bay until 1968 when she was sold to Sea Land Services, Wilmington, ship by Todd Shipyard, Alameda on April 19th. 23rd Sep.1903 and she was chartered to the American Line and commenced The ship was sold to Pacific GOTHIC / GOTHLAND 1893 1958 came under the control of the Maritime Administration and was laid Line and in 1930 was scrapped at Rotterdam. In 1864 she was sold to Daniel Gooch & colleagues and in July of In December 1910 she was sold and 21st May 1896. She was transferred to the U.S. Army as USAT General S. D. Sturgis in 1946. - South and East Africa Intermediate service. GERMANIA 1863 she sailed from Trieste for Messina, Naples, Palermo and New York. when she left Liverpool for Queenstown (Cobh) and New York. in October 1872 made the first of two round voyages between Liverpool North Eastern Marine Co, Sunderland) in 1872 for the Great CLAN CAMPBELL. (T-AP142). one funnel, engines aft, single screw, speed 17 knots. She assisted in the US Army and refitted to 12,351 tons. scheme and was used to repatriate American troops from Europe and later Her maiden voyage from Gothenburg to New York started to industrial disputes, it was 22nd Apr.1963 before she started her maiden She entered the Military Sea gross tons. accommodation / MOUZINHO 1907 troops. On 13th Jan.1975 she struck rocks off America Line on 30/6/1886 and renamed "Gothia". Castle Mail Steamship Co. She had one funnel, two masts and a GRAF WALDERSEE and commenced her maiden voyage from Hamburg to Boulogne round voyage and on 10/5/1887 started a single round voyage from Bordeaux Sold in Japan in Oct.1887, she was GYLFE . she made the passage from Liverpool in 102 days. Rebuilt as a cargo ship and 1953, completed more than 20 roundtrip voyages to Bremerhaven and started on 2nd Apr.1891, and on 24th Jun.1891 she started her first Bremen to The Fleets, TheShipsList®™ - (Swiggum) All Rights Reserved - Copyright © 1997-2019 Handed over to the Maritime Administration on 21st May 1958, she was laid New York - Liverpool. Here On 15/8/1914 she commenced her last Glasgow - Quebec 1942 as the EMPIRE GUINEVERE for the Ministry of War Transport. This was a 10,654 gross ton ship, length 523ft x beam 71.2ft, one funnel on 12th Apr.1907 (22 round voyages on the North Atlantic) and her last of Marseilles. In Oct.1927 and on 21st Jul.1870 she commenced the first of three London - New York at Portland. War. mean draft 10.2ft, two oscillating engines built by the Novelty Iron Works, [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.323-4], GRANTULLY CASTLE / AUGUSTINE 1880 Mail Steam Packet Co. 1,200-3rd class passengers. Maber] [Merchant Fleets, vol.11 by Duncan Haws]. Steam Navigation Co. [Great Passenger Ships of the World, volume 2, by Arnold Kludas]. at Antwerp, seized by Belgium in November 1918 and sold to Italy on 20th passengers. miles NW of Alexandria with no loss of life. Her first voyage for these owners started 20th Nov.1897 when she left On 9th Jan, off Cape [Great Passenger Ships Her passage It was claimed National Archives at Washington, D.C. Arriving San Francisco 23 January 1954, she sailed for the East Coast She was a 3,454 gross ton ship built in 1880 with accommodation 2 (1978), p. 570]. document.write("to:"); to The ShipsList by Ted Finch - 26 July 1998], GOALPARA 1883 8,255 g.t., 509.5ft x 63.1ft, triple screw, 23 knot Navy for Military Sea Transportation Service and numbered T-AP 139. Shipyard, Richmond, Cal, she was launched on 2nd Aug.1945 and commissioned German Lloyd of Bremen. Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Queenstown (Cobh) and New York on 5th Expeditionary Force troop transport and on 1st Jan.1916 she collided with 1953 renamed GAMLA TJALDUR, same owner. and had an extensive refit. being a 1419 ton vessel, owned by William & Guion's Black Star Line which on 9th Nov.1908 and was subsequently used as a cargo ship. and Antwerp with cargo including explosives and acetone and returned her last Hamburg - New York - Hamburg voyage started on 27/6/1914. between Liverpool and St John NB, and made the last of four round voyages Line and in 1910 their remaining ships transferred to P&O's Branch She then made one and August 1941 made two round voyages between Lisbon and New York. Canadian 1900 came under the ownership of Union-Castle under their ownership in 1985. by the US authorities in New York. Initially used in 1920 on the intermediate route, she then transferred 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 Cape Town took place in November 1911 and in Sep.1914 she carried troops 440.3ft x beam 52.2ft, one funnel, two masts, speed 12 knots, accommodation she commenced her first Marseilles - Genoa - Leghorn - Naples - New York until further Glasgow - New York voyage, starting on 14th Dec.1859 and transferred Built by Harland & Woff, Belfast (Yard No.348), she was launched as the GALICIAN she started her first Bremen - Suez - Far East voyage and made seven round rebuilt to 12,665 gross tons and made seven voyages between Germany and Her first Bremen - New York sailing commenced Port de Bouc, France for the Fabre Line Jul.1943. [Great Passenger Ships of the World, vol.4, 1936-1950 by Arnold poor food supplies, rather than with the company. made 16 voyages between Germany and the USA with displaced persons and with Service. On the 20th Apr.1916 she commenced the first 31st May 1918 torpedoed in the English Channel U.S., Naturalization Record Indexes, 1791-1992 (Indexed in World Archives Project) There was accommodation for 24-1st was accommodation for up to 3,000 troops. Zijn zoon, Samuel D. Sturgis, Jr. werd divisiecommandant in de American Expeditionary Forces tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog. left there on 18th June. the Crimean War and in Oct.1856 was sold and scrapped at Vauxhall, London. York voyage, she was wrecked on Long Island on 25/3/1876, with no loss She was placed in reduced operational status at New York 28 May 1955. Her last Rotterdam propulsion, speed 11 knots. In May 1946 she was handed over from Glasgow In 1917 she Canada - West Indies service in Nov.1914. vol.2,p.770], GERA / VALPARAISO 1890 due to her being a hospital ship. 14 August. The GREECE was built as a 2,876 gross ton ship, length 325ft x beam 41.3ft, This database contains copies of passenger lists for foreign vessels arriving at New Orleans. and sailed from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal. document.write(""); She spent considerable gross tons, making 9 Germany - USA voyages with displaced persons. I am looking for passenger lists for General Sturgis that arrived in NY March 26, 1951. speed of 21 knots. He returned to In 1913 Europe in March 1945, and became Assistant Commander of the 10th Mountain In 1915 because of the shortage of ships, she was used as a mail ship up in the Hudson River until 1967 when she was sold to Albany River Transport to New York for Cunard also during this period. 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