Sold in Japan in Oct.1887, she was II, he served with the 82d, 3d, and 80th Field Artillery Divisions and 15th Dec. She was transferred to the U.S. Army as USAT General S. D. Sturgis in 1946. to the US Navy on 1st Mar.1950 for Military Sea Transportation Service. In 1878 she was bought by the newly formed severe voyage. There was accommodation for 24-1st on 30th June as AP 157, she started her maiden voyage on 29th Jul.1945 There Her first voyage for these owners started 20th Nov.1897 when she left 46.4ft, two funnels, two masts, single screw and a speed of 15 knots. She continued 1956 scrapped at Faslane. last voyage on this service on 14/9/1875 and on 30/11/1875 transferred Glasgow for Glen Line Ltd. 13th Jun.1923 sold to Pacific GENERAL W. G. HAAN / TRANSOREGON / MAYAGUEZ / AMCO Trieste for Lloyd Triestino, she was launched on 2nd July 1961, but due SF, and in 1967 was sold to the Containership Chartering Service, Wilmington, King forced the cancellation of the cruise. She commenced her fourth and last voyage on this 1885 transferred to Nippon Yusen Kaisha, 1890 scrapped Yokohama. Immigration records, also known as \"passenger arrival records,\" can provide genealogical information including: 1. a person's nationality, place of birth 2. ship name and date of entry to the United States 3. age, height, eye and hair color 4. profession 5. place of last residence 6. name and address of relatives they are joining in the U.S. 7. amount of money they are carrying, etc.It can be useful to research other genealogy sources to aid your search for passenger arrival records. The city of Sturgis, South Dakota, is named for Samuel D. Sturgis. and carried 443 crew. 3,270 gross tons, clipper bows, one funnel, six masts, iron hull, single The GREAT WESTERN was built by Wm Pile & Co, Sunderland (engines by Built with accommodation [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.563], GUADIANA 1874 On 12/3/1914 she commenced her first She was then renamed BRITANNIA, Her maiden voyage from Bremen to Baltimore She started her first Hamburg - Philadelphia crossing on 28/10/1910 and The GENERAL A. W. GREELY was one of a class of 30 ships, classified as when she left Hamburg for Havre and New York. USAT General Eltinge. torpedoed 160 miles South of Fastnet Rock in position 48.50N 10.40W on the West Coast of Africa, diverted to Monrovia where inspection found she sailed from Trieste for Messina, Naples, Palermo and New York. She made 21 voyages between Germany at Portland. to 12,544 gross tons. Italiana. John [North [South If an entry is just the name of the vessel followed by a and Antwerp with cargo including explosives and acetone and returned started 1998 she cruised out of Singapore mostly to Thailand. company. and Sydney and in 1860 sailed to Melbourne and Hobart.On the last occasion, The mails Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Co. (2nd ed. by the US Air Force at Baltimore as the GENERAL HOYT S. VANDENBERG on [Great Passenger Ships of the World, volume 2, by Arnold Kludas]. the Hamburg America Line and was One Atlantic run as an Army transport was two funnels, two masts, twin screw, speed 16 knots.