6×9.5″. Wm. Many of these souvenir passenger lists have disappeared over the years. On the basis of an estimated speed of 19 knots, the SAXONIA was not expected to berth at Princes Landing Stage until Tuesday evening 21st September. H. M. Benison), Oct. 9: arrived New York from Liverpool and Queenstown (Capt H. M. Benison), Dec. 23: departed Liverpool for New York via Queenstown (Capt. GEOGRAPHY & SHIP (any or all fields in this section can be left blank) These indexes were microfilmed by NARA. 3: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Apr. Passengers detained at Quarantine (Capt. E. C. Diggle), Jan. 2: arrived New York from Liverpool and Queenstown (Capt. On the ship’s manifest on which my father appears are passengers from Russia, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, and other European countries. D. S. Miller), Apr. Saxonia Fri Sept 2nd 1955 Tourist Cunard List Of Passengers H M S ... Cunard Line Passenger Lists 1920-1929. May 29: arrived Portsmouth, England carrying the 22nd French-Canadian Battalion, the 25th Nova Scotia Battalion and the artillery park from Fredrickton N. B. June 19: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. She was carrying 24 first class passengers, 80 second class and 450 third class (steerage) passengers, Aug. 21: arrived New York from Italian and Adriatic ports after having been delayed due to problems with her boilers. Ca. Passenger Lists contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenir list provided to the passengers of each cabin class (and other classes). James Clayton Barr), May 3: departed Liverpool for New York via Queenstown (Capt. Wm. 100 Years of Emigrant Ships from Norway - indexed by year 1825-1925, Pre 1875 Norwegian emigrants, passenger lists, A selection of articles dedicated to help you in your genealogy search for your Norwegian ancestors. Ending Dec 11 at 7:01PM GMT 5d 20h. 17: departed Trieste for New York via Fiume, Messina, Palermo, Naples and Gibraltar (Capt. As indicated earlier, these ships were typical of the many new passenger liners built in their day they had excellent passenger facilities, as well as having extensive cargo capacities. The SAXONIA had one of the largest end-of-season passenger lists ever known and reached Liverpool at the end of her maiden voyage nearly nine hours ahead of her original schedule. Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 [database on-line]. S. Gronow), July 31: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton with 278 passengers (Capt. 1902 scrapped. See the table below for links to the online passenger lists. Descriptions of some of the great maritime disasters involving emigrant ships, like the wrecking of the steamer Atlantic of the White Star Line, sinking of the ocean liner Empress of Ireland and the Thingvalla line steamer Norge disaster. R. D. Jones), May 7: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. H. Hossack), Apr. Wm. W. Melsom), Feb. 7: arrived Halifax from Liverpool with returning soldiers from WW1 (Capt. E. H. Pentecost), Apr. Wm. R. C. Warr), Dec. 20: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. Passenger lists usually give details of the overseas port to which the passenger is sailing, while remaining silent on the country in which the port is situated. J. T. M. Charles), May 11: arrived New York from Liverpool, Capt. or Best Offer. E. G. Diggle), Sept. 25: arrived New York from Liverpool, Oct. 4: embarked the 175th (South Alberta) Battalion at Halifax for the war zone in Europe, Jan 13: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. E. H. Pentecost), Aug 29: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Sep. 17: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. 0 bids. W. M. Hossack), July 14: arrived Halifax from Southampton via London and Cherbourg (Capt. : departed New York for Liverpool via Halifax, Mar. >> Steamships arranged by shipping line >> Sailing ships >> Historic Documents & passenger lists >> The Voyage >> Ports - harbors >> Yards & Construction >> Miscellaneous >> Pioneers & Settlements Images added during the last 14 days You can add images of ships and other related motives by using the "Upload Image" link within the appropriate category. Andromache, 1838-9 Plymouth to Port Jackson; Ships to Australia 1844 (inc. passenger names) The first RMS Saxonia was a passenger ship of the British Cunard Line.Between 1900 and 1925, Saxonia operated on North Atlantic and Mediterranean passenger routes, and she saw military service during World War I (1914–1918). The indexing is complete only for the assisted immigrant programme through to 1888. D. S. Miller), Nov. 2: arrived New York from Mediterranean ports (Capt. The fourth of the Saxonia Class ships, the Sylvania, became the very last Cunard Liner to be designed exclusively for North the Atlantic trade. She was the first of four almost identical sister ships built by Browns between 1954 and 1957 for UK-Montreal service. Mikrofilmrollen K 1701 - K 2008, S 17363 - S 17383, 13116 - 13183. Charles), Feb. 1: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Feb. 20: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. Lists were not kept for every ship and some have been lost, but those that survive are becoming increasingly available online and new indexes afford us much better access to them. Owing to adverse winds and head seas the ship used 13 days, 12 hrs and 12 min from Gibraltar to the Ambrose Channel Lightship, Feb. 1: arrived New York from Italian, Greek and Adriatic ports, Apr. Saxonia had completed 116 round voyages across the Atlantic when she was sent back to her builders in September 1962, reappearing as the Carmania in Cunard's cruising green livery. In fact, the passenger lists only end in the second half of the 20th century as air travel became more common than travelling by sea. R. C. Warr), Feb. 4: arrived New York from Liverpool and Queenstown, July 24: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Oct. 15: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Jan. 16: departed Liverpool for New York via Queenstown (Capt. W. Melsom), July 3: arrived New York from London (Capt. 157: Satellite (2) 1896: ex- Mersey Ferry John Herron, 1920 purchased from Wallasey Corporation renamed Satellite, tender at Cherbourg, scrapped 1924. 5: departed Liverpool for New York via Queenstown (Capt. 20: arrived New York from London via Cherbourg and Halifax (Capt. D. S. Miller), June 4: arrived New York from Trieste, Fiume, Messina, Palermo, Naples and Gibraltar (Capt. She was the first of four almost identical sister ships built by Browns between 1954 and 1957 for UK-Montreal service. S. Gronow), Aug. 3: departed New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg, Aug. 19: departed Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. 19, Apr. E. G. Diggle with 324 passengers, July 21: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. Dec. 16: Launched from the Clydebank Yards for the Cunard Steamship Co. May 22: departed Liverpool on her maiden voyage for Boston via Queenstown (Cobh), May 31: arrived Boston from Liverpool via Queenstown, Sept. 4: departed from Liverpool and Queenstown, Oct. 27: departed from Boston (Capt. 1: called at Southampton and Cherbourg on way to New York (Capt. 6: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown, Apr. 12: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Hamburg (Capt. All passenger lists held by us have been digitised and are available through FamilySearch. 24: departed Hamburg for New York via Charbourg and Southampton Apr. H. Hossack), Dec. 1: arrived New York from Cherbourg – Plymouth – London – Hamburg, Dec. 14: while steaming eastbound had a narrow escape from a collision with the French Line steamship Leopoldina off the Banks of Newfoundland, Jan. 4: departed London for New York via Hamburg, Cherbourg and Halifax (Capt. A. T. Brown), June 14: arrived New York from Cherbourg, Southampton and Hamburg (Capt. Was delayed waiting for British crew to replace 150 Hungarian and Austrian crew who were discharged due to the outbreak of WW1. 1: arrived New York from London carrying approximately $10,000,000 in gold (Cherbourg – Plymouth – London – Hamburg – New York), Laid up in England for 3 months where she was refitted to carry 471 cabin class and 978 third class passengers. W. Melsom), July 17: arrived Halifax from New York on way to Liverpool with soldiers for WW1, July 20: departed Halifax in convoy for Liverpool, July 31: arrived Liverpool from New York via Halifax, (Oct. 28: arrived New York from United Kingdom), Dec. 14: departed England for New York with casuals, sick and wounded soldiers, Dec. 26: arrived New York from London, Capt. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route. Join Today! 67 passenger/crew lists (0 free) ... Saxonia (SS) Journal Sea Chest: The Journal of the Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society (1987-1998; Vols. D. S. Miller), Aug. 21: departed Trieste for New York via Fiume Aug. 24, Patras Aug. 26, Naples Aug. 29 and Gibraltar Sep. 1 (Capt. W. M. Hossack), Feb. 20: departed Southampton for New York (Capt. As a result, only a microfilm copy of the passenger lists exists as an archival holding. D. Dow), Sept. 7: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Sep. 26: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. Also including articles about Pioneers & Norwegian Settlements Around the World. S. Gronow), Sept. 2: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton with 550 cabin passengers, Sept 26: departed Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg and Southampton, Oct. 9: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. The database is also available online. D. Dow), Oct. 24: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. 18: departed Trieste for New York via Fiume, Messina, Palermo and Gibraltar (Capt. Aug 24 1912. F. E. Storey), Oct. 7: arrived New York from Southampton and Cherbourg (Capt. R. C. Warr), Jan. 25: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. 13: arrived New York from Italian, Greek and Adriatic ports, June 3: arrived New York from Italian, Greek and Adriatic ports, July 8: started her last voyage from Trieste to Fiume, Patras, Messina, Naples, Lisbon and New York, July 27: arrived New York from Italian, Greek and Adriatic ports. © Copyright 2015 by Alexander Romanov-Hughes. On the ship’s manifest on which my father appears are passengers from Russia, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, and other European countries. Charles), June 21: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, July 19: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Aug. 16: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Sept. 13: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Oct. 11: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Nov. 8: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Dec. 6: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Jan 18: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Feb. 15: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Mar. J. T. M. Charles), Nov. 22: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Dec. 10: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. 16 December 1899 launched by John Brown & Co, Clydebank as yard nr: 339 named SAXONIA for Cunard Steamship Co Ltd, Liverpool. July 26 1905. D. S. Miller), July 25: arrived New York from Trieste, Fiume, Messina, Palermo, Naples and Gibraltar (Capt. W. M. Hossack), Mar. EUR 4.24 postage. 1907 USED TUCK OILETTE -- CUNARD SS SAXONIA : Condition: Used “ USED STAMP REMOVED ” ... Postcard RMS Titanic and 3rd Class Passenger Jeremiah Burge County Cork 79Y. H. M. Benison), June 6: arrived Trieste from New York via Gibraltar, Genoa and Naples. Introduction: This is a list of indexes of passenger lists (also called immigration records or ship manifests) for ships that sailed to the United States from 1820 to the 1940s (and now into the 1950s), including microfilm (some rolls have now been digitized), books, and online indexes and databases. Nearly one-third of Germans, and 90 percent of the people who emigrated from eastern Europe (Russia, Poland, Austria-Hungary, Romania) during this time are included on these lists. 21,637: Saxonia (3) 1963: 1970 transferred to Brocklabank Line renamed Maharonda. This section contains articles describing the transatlantic voyage, the condition of the steerage accommodations and the experience of an ocean travel on an emigrant ship. The Atlantic crossing was very hard with continous storm raising at times to hurricane force, Mar. McNeil), Apr. R. D. Jones), Sept. 16: arrived New York from Cherbourg – Southampton, Oct. 18: she commenced her final voyage when she sailed from London for Hamburg, Southampton, Cherbourg and New York, Oct. 23: departed Hamburg for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg (Capt. E. H. Pentecost), Aug. 20: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Sept. 17: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Oct. 16: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Nov. 12: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Dec. 11: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Jan. 28: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Feb. 18: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Mar. E. H. Pentecost), Jan. 30: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Feb. 18: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. These lists are being indexed by volunteers using the records that are available through the FamilySearch website. Liverpool-NY. H. M. Benison), May 8: arrived New York from Trieste, Fiume, Messina, Palermo and Gibraltar (Capt. 333: Saturnia: 1910: 1922-1924 chartered from Donaldson Line. R. V. Peel), Dec. 18: arrived Halifax from London with returning soldiers from WW1 (Capt. R. G. Malin), Feb. 16: departed Halifax for New York (Capt. Rather than reading a good book with a cup of tea in the afternoon, instead they are facing with some infectious virus inside their desktop computer. E. H. Pentecost), Aug. 1: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Aug. 20: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. The microfilm copies of the passenger lists from 1865 to 1935 were transferred to LAC by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in four groups: the 1865-1900 records in 1971, the 1900-1908 records in 1980, the 1908-1918 records in 1984, and the 1919-1935 records in 1997. Cabin Passenger List. Passenger lists for ship and wagon train passengers traveling to California between 1848 and 1873. A long voyage due to stormy weather and the call at Plymouth, May 11: departed New York for Falmouth carrying Base Hospital No. P&P: + £2.65 P&P . 2: arrived Boston from London via Cherbourg. 5 (The Harvard Unit) for the war zone in Europe, May 21: arrived Falmouth with Base Hospital No. R. G. Malin), Nov. 21: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt R. G. Malin), Jan. 31: departed Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg, Southampton and Halifax (Capt. S. Gronow), May 25: departed New York with 700 passengers for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg, June 13: departed Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg and Southampton June 15 (Capt S. Gronow), June 26: arrived New York from Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. These four fine liners continued to ply the Atlantic until 1962, when it was felt they needed to be substantially upgraded. R. D. Jones), Apr. She had only been able to make 8 knots an hour on the latter part of the trip. H. M. Benison), Apr. H. Hossack), Mar. .ongoing to completion Ships Passenger Lists to Canada 1920-1929. E. H. Pentecost), Sept. 26: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Oct. 22: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Nov. 12: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. £2.99 . 17: arrived New York (from Liverpool) with 98 civilian passengers and 1.396 troops from Brest - while docking she struck the minesweeper USS Freehold with one of ther propellers, causing the Freehold to sink, May 30: arrived New York from Brest (Havre – London – New York) with 1,273 troops from WW1, July 11: arrived New York from Havre via London, Aug. 13: departed London for Halifax and New York, Aug. 24: arrived Halifax with Canadian troops from WW1, Aug. 25: arrived New York (from Havre via London and Halifax), Capt E. G. Diggle, with 164 cabin passengers, Sept. 30. departed London with 335 passengers for New York and 518 passengers for Halifax, Oct. 10: arrived Halifax from London (Capt. The Saxonia was originally built to accommodate 160 1st class passengers, 200 2nd class … A. T. Brown), May 31: departed Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. Saloon Passenger List. S. Gronow), July 1: departed from New York for Europe, July 19: departed Hamburg for New York via Southampton (Capt. EUR 9.08 postage. Aug 15: departed New York for Liverpool, Capt. H. Hossack), Feb. 9: arrived Halifax from London (Capt. E. C. Diggle), Mar. Search for ships by name or by first letter, browse by owner or builder. Wm. EUR 22.19. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges. E.G. R. G. Malin), Feb. 2: called at Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. J. W. T. Charles with 256 passengers, May 20: departed Halifax carrying the 25th Battalion for the war zone in Europe. H. Hossack), Jan. 21: arrived New York from London via Hamburg, Cherbourg and Halifax. Original data: Staatsarchiv Hamburg, Bestand: 373-7 I, VIII (Auswanderungsamt I). E. H. Pentecost). Saxonia, Hamburg America Line steamship, history and description, built 1857 at Greenock by Caird & Co. S/S Saxonia, Hamburg America Line: Main Page >> Burden Built Shipowner or operator Dimensions; 2,684 gross : 1857 at Greenock by Caird & Co. Hamburg America Line : 311.7ft x 42.6ft : Year Remarks; 1857 : Launched Aug. 21: 1857 : Chartered as Indian Mutiny transport: 1858 : Apr. W. M. Hossack), June 2: arrived Halifax from London via Cherbourg (Capt. McNeil), Mar. W. M. Hossack), Feb. 28: arrived Halifax from London via Cherbourg (Capt. Passenger lists for ship and wagon train passengers traveling to California between 1848 and 1873. Wm. D. Dow), Jan. 21: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. Geo. Digitized images of the passenger lists are available online for 1850-1934 (except the time frames noted above). Wm. R. G. Malin), Mar. R. V. Peel), Oct. 12: arrived New York from London via Halifax (Capt. You will find in-depth studies concerning the emigration process, statistics and facts, and information about the immigration processing centers line Castle Garden and Ellis Island. Saxonia Le RMS Saxonia en haute mer au lancement du XX e siècle Type Paquebot transatlantique Histoire Chantier naval John Brown & Company à Clydebank (Écosse) Lancement 16 décembre 1899 Mise en service 22 mai 1900 (120 ans) Statut Mis au rebut aux Pays-Bas en 1925 Caractéristiques techniques Longueur 180 m Maître-bau 19,6 m Tirant d'eau 12,71 m Tonnage 14 281 tonneaux de … W. B. Cresser), Jan. 25: arrived New York from Liverpool and Queenstown, Feb. 26: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Apr. Ending Sunday at 8:19PM GMT 22h 9m. "SAXONIA" SALOON PASSENGER LIST JULY 14th 1900. The ship was quarantined due to a suspected case of cholera, June 10: departed Fiume for New York via Naples (Capt. Wm. £3.99. passenger tender at Liverpool. E. H. Pentecost), July 23: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown (Capt. E. G. Diggle), Sept. 8: departed New York for Liverpool carrying 12.000 tons of cargo (war munitions) and 390 passengers, Oct. 12: departed New York in ballast for Halifax to embark Canadian troops for England, Oct. 18: departed Halifax for England after embarking the 41st Battalion, CEF, Nov. 6: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. R. C. Warr), Apr. Official (outbound) passenger lists from Ireland exist from 1890 and they are held in the Board of Trade records (reference BT27) in the National Archives, Kew, Surrey, England (www.nationalarchives.gov.uk). A. H. Rostron), Jan 19: departed Liverpool for Halifax and New York with returning soldiers from WW1 (Capt. National Archive’s micropublication M237, “Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1897,” has been digitized and made available for free on the Internet at the FamilySearch Historical Record Collections and Internet Archive websites. 21: arrived New York from Italian and Adriatic ports, May 16: Fire broke out in the cargo hold at Trieste while the ship was on way to Fiume, she was carrying a load of cotton, the ship was not badly damaged and proceeded to Fiume, June 7: arrived New York from Italian and Adriatic ports, July 25: arrived New York from Italian and Adriatic ports, Sept. 12: arrived New York from Italian and Adriatic ports, Nov 4: arrived New York from Italian (Fiume) and Adriatic ports, Capt. "MAURETANIA" PASSENGER LIST 30/8/1924 - CAPTAIN … 18: called at Halifax on way from London to New York, Apr. R. D. Jones), Nov. 5: arrived New York from London via Hamburg, Cherbourg and Southampton (Capt. The ship had been delayed for several days off the Newfoundland banks due to dangerous ice floes and icebergs, July 4: departed London for New York via Cherbourg and Halifax (Capt. The microfilming of these records was not of consistent quality and not all images are readable. Wm. E. H. Pentecost), Aug. 11: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. Our collection contains a sampling of what was originally produced and printed by the steamship lines. 29: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Apr. 17: depared Hamburg for New York via Cherbourg and Southampton Apr. Cunard services and schedules. J. Marshall), Nov. 15: arrived New York from Liverpool with 184 cabin passengers and 117 steerage, Nov. 22: embarked the 54th Canadian Infantry Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force at Halifax, Dec. 2: disembarked troops at Plymouth, England, Dec. 29: embarked troops at Devonport for Alexandria, Egypt, Jan. 12: disembarked troops at Alexandria, Egypt, Mar 26: embarked troops at Alexandria, Egypt, Mar. 20-29) Published Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society, Seattle, 1967. Stephen P. Morse, San Francisco Covers the years 1820 to 1957 and includes the following: 1820 to 1855: pre Castle Garden 1855 to 1890: Castle Garden 1890 to 1891: Barge Office He kindly sent me several images from the pages taken from the “Passenger List” of his sailing as well as a drawing. SS Saxonia Passenger Lists. D. S. Miller), Sept. 12: arrived New York from Trieste, Fiume, Patras, Naples and Gibraltar (Capt. H. Hossack), Apr. 17 June 1900 arrived at Queenstown, Ireland from Boston J. C. Barr), Arrived in New York at 01:00 morning after crossing the Atlantic Ocean in 7 days, Oct. 18: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. W. M. Hossack), Jan. 17: arrived New York from Southampton via Cherbourg (Capt. All Digitized Passenger Lists For the SS Saxonia Available at the GG Archives. Geo. J. C. Barr), July 4: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt James C. Barr), Aug. 1: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt James C. Barr), Aug. 10: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Aug. 29: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. 5,586: Saxonia (4) 1971 8,611: Saxonia (1) 1900 14,281: Saxonia (2) 1954: 1963 renamed Carmania (2), 1973 sold to Russia renamed Leonid Sobinov. Contains Saloon Passenger List, ships log, weather, reports from other liners, many old ads. Wm. Hamburg Passenger Lists Research Outline This is the online version of the LDS (Mormon) Church's research outline for the Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934. 4: departed Trieste for New York via Fiume, Messina, Palermo and Gibraltar (Capt. H. Hossack), Apr. 2: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, Mar. 19: arrived New York from London via Plymouth, Capt. W. M. Hossack), Oct. 24: departed Halifax for New York (Capt. EUR 5.54. 28: departed Halifax for London (Capt. National Archive’s micropublication M237, “Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-1897,” has been digitized and made available for free on the Internet at the FamilySearch Historical Record Collections and Internet Archive websites. February 2, 1961 RMS Saxonia passenger list Here is the RMS Saxonia Tourist Class passenger list on the day the IES Wien Spring 1961 group sailed from New York, Thursday, February 2, … However, Norddeutscher Lloyd ' s new liner SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse had taken the Blue Riband from them in 1897, while White Star was planning to place a new 17,000-grt liner, RMS Oceanic into service. Indexes to the Passenger Lists The WPA prepared indexes for most of the passenger lists in the 1930's. Wm. Home Page | Title Page | Title Page Our collection contains records of passengers arriving or departing Victoria, mostly as ship passenger lists. The Hamburg Passenger lists are a unique source for genealogical research as well as the study of the history of emigration and immigration. Check this section if you have an interest in shipwrecks. E. H. Pentecost), Apr. Beginning with Volume 10 this was changed: "In the 1850-1855 volumes, these lists contain a minimum of 80 percent German surnames and are published in their entirety. W. M. Hossack), July 16: arrived New York from Southampton, London, Cherbourg and Halifax (Capt. 30: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, May 20: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. The passenger lists in BT27 include long-haul voyages to destinations outside Britain and Europe. The lists include approximately 5 million records of individuals, approximately 80% of whom were destined for the United States. Lists building of the AQUITANIA. W. H. Hossack. Geo. Use these records to find out new information that will allow you to expand your family history and continue your research. H. Hossack), Feb. 12: arrived New York from London via Halifax (Capt. Charles), May 24: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, June 11: arrived Boston from Liverpool and Queenstown, June 12: departed Liverpool for Boston via Queenstown (Capt. “Cunard Daily Bulletin”. Brigade of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, Oct. 3: departed the Gaspe area in convoy with 7 warships and 30 other transports for England, Dec.: became an accommodation ship for about 800 German prisoners of war together with her sister ship the Invernia and another ship named Prince Edward, Used as an accommodation ship for German prisoners of war in London, May 1: departed Liverpool for New York (Capt. R. V. Peel), Dec. 21: arrived New York from (Havre via London) London via Halifax with 450 passengers, Jan 27: departed London for New York via Halifax (Capt. S. Gronow), July 21: departed Southampton for New York (Capt. Larger Passenger List Collections by Port of Call Antwerp, Boston, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Genoa, Glasgow, Le Havre, London, Montréal, Naples, Québec, and Rotterdam. Wm. Outgoing passenger lists (1890-1960) H. Hossack), Feb. 22: departed New York for Plymouth, Hamburg and London with 350 cabin- and 1,200 steerage passengers - many Germans who had not been able to get home during the war (Capt. These lists are arranged monthly by port of departure. Largest Passenger List Collections by Port of Call Bremen, Cherbourg, Cobh (Queenstown), Hamburg, Liverpool, New York, and Southampton. Geo. Passenger Lists by Ports of Call. P&P: + £2.65 P&P. £2.00. The interiors had been refitted, and a new lido had been built on the aft decks, replacing the aft cargo hatches. cunard list of passengers h m s saxonia fri sept 2nd 1955 tourist, but end up in malicious downloads. H. Hossack), Jan 22: departed New York with 185 cabin and 500 steerage passengers to sail via Halifax (to embark more passengers) to Plymouth, Cherburg and Hamburg, Feb. 17: departed London for Halifax (and New York?) 30: arrived Halifax from London with returning soldiers from WW1 (Capt. H. Hossack), Nov. 29: arrived Halifax from London (Capt. H. Pentecost), Jan. 25: arrived New York from Fiume, Palermo, Naples and Gibraltar (Capt. Shipping lines, Norwegian agents, authorizations, routes and fleets. R. D. Jones), March: scrapped at Holland by Hendrik Ido Ambacht, The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. RMS Saxonia was a British passenger liner built by John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Scotland for the Cunard Steamship Company for their Liverpool-Montreal service. Photos of Caronia, Pannonia, Saxonia, Carmania (building- 2 photos). MassachusettsGenWeb Archives ... SS Saxonia, departed from Queensland, Ireland, 18 April 1906 and arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, 26 April 1906. H. M. Benison), June 30: arrived New York from Trieste, Fiume and Naples and was detained at quarantine (Capt. W. M. 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