1954 - by ship: 1,000,000; by air: 600,000 The Queen Mary held the record. Seventy tons of cement are used to temporarily patch the bow in Gourock, Scotland. Learn More, Queen Mary Update on COVID-19. Click & Collect . Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary were used as troop transports during the Second World War. Queen Mary transported 36 tons of gold and silver from South Hampton to New York. With her military duty over, the ship reclaims her place as a world-class ocean liner, but a sea of major changes is just starting to become evident. So this web page is an informal collecting ground for information about troop ship crossings. Men headed for training for Japan (including the "Tiger Force" RCAF volunteers). Dubbed, the “Grey Ghost,” the Queen Mary hauled as many as 15,000 men while playing a pivotal role in guiding the allied forces to victory. Furnishings reinstalled after being recovered from different ports around the world. Steamship Line: Cunard Line; Class of Passengers: Cabin; Date of Departure: 13 February 1947; Route: Southampton to New … Passenger List by Ships - GI War Brides. Work begins on the new Southampton dry dock, to be known as the King George V Graving Dock. Glamour Years 1936 - 1939. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Queen Elizabeth. tender at Liverpool, 1945 withdrawn 1945, 1947 scrapped. Won the Blue Riband back from the Normandie on her 48th round-trip voyage. (562) 435-3510 £1.20 postage. Hotel Queen Mary closes. Twenty of the Queen Mary’s lifeboats were left off the ship to save weight. Ridings of Long Beach. Diana: A Legacy of a Princess Royal Exhibit premiers at the Queen Mary. Preview opening of Mary’s Gate Village (Now the Queen’s Marketplace). Philadelphia, 1,141 Passengers (including the Night Air Group 55; hospital patients and repatriated prisoners of war. Voyage #425. Second fastest Atlantic crossing since 1938. All Digitized Passenger Lists For the RMS Queen Elizabeth Available at the GG Archives. World War II Troop Ships claims no ownership of the images displayed on this site except Unprecedented luxury and forward-thinking technology make the Queen Mary popular with British Royalty, Hollywood celebrities and dignitaries alike, raising the bar for luxury travel and ultimately becoming the grandest ocean liner ever built. In the early days, the ship would be in port for 36 hours. The list is in chronological order by departure date. SHIPS WHICH CARRIED SMALL GROUPS OF WAR BRIDES ON WARTIME SAILINGS (Including 1945 and Jan 1946 before dedicated WB sailings began): ANDES AQUITANIA ARIA ARIGUANI ATHLONE CASTLE BALTOVER BATORY BAYANO BRITTANIC CAVINA DROTTNINGHOLM DUCHESS OF BEDFORD EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND FRANCONIA ILE DE … Voyage #516. Accommodations increased from 2,140 to 5,500. Member. ); Former member of 726 Railway Operating Battalion; units from SACO (Naval China Group); units from Air Force stationed in Burma, returning personnel from all branches (total of 11,383 troops, 202 passengers, 836 crew), 11,483 troops, 48 passengers and 837 crew. Funnels and both masts are in position. During her war service as a troopship Queen Elizabeth carried more than 750,000 troops, and she also sailed … Fastest eastbound crossing since Blue Riband record: 4 days, 10 hours, 6 minutes. Get Directions, Info & Reservations All images are copyright © their respective owners. The two ships saluted each other with their one-ton signaling horns. So search on "Scotland" for any arrivals there, since the variants are numerous. Queen Mary . King Edward VIII makes inspection tour of the ship. Forums. First time a complete division was carried on any ship. The North Atlantic Shipping Bill is passed. J. Julia Peepsie. Thread starter Bobette Bryan; Start date Jul 10, 2004; Sidebar Sidebar. January to June: The records of ships used to carry troops to their theaters of operations were destroyed intentionally in 1951. So if you are looking for a particular ship or unit, you will have to use the FIND function in your browser. Convoy of several ships but number not remembered, later? | January through June | July Through December |. View Hours, Choose from 347 original first class staterooms and suites, Experience everything the ship has to offer by staying aboard and booking a package, Refresh and rejuvenate with our spa and fitness options, Get an up close and personal look at the Queen Mary with our exciting tours & exhibits, When the sun goes down, the spirits aboard the Queen Mary come out to play, Experience everything the Queen Mary has to offer with a tour package, The Queen Mary offers comprehensive tour packages for 15 people or more, From fine dining to casual restaurants and snacks, the Queen Mary has something for all appetites. The Queen Mary celebrates the 25th Anniversary of its Opening Day. The 1960s were a decade of major change and with the rise of popularity in air travel; ocean liners were slowly becoming obsolete. City of Long Beach resumes responsibility for the Queen Mary from the Port of Long Beach. Paravanes fitted. Banquet rooms are operational. From Cunard to the French Line, the Lurline to the Queen Mary – these were an important source of information regarding who would be aboard for your liner voyage or cruise. WW2troopships.com & WWIItroopships.com Dubbed, the “Grey Ghost,” the Queen Mary hauled as many as 15,000 men while playing a pivotal role in guiding the allied forces to victory. Queen Mary Tour Inc. takes over operation of Museum of the Sea. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route. Arrival at Pier 90 in New York at 4:20 p.m. The first Queen Elizabeth was one of the largest passenger liners ever built. The Queen Mary arrives in Long Beach, California. The RMS Queen Mary is a retired British ocean liner that sailed primarily on the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard-White Star Line and built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland. Carried the greatest number of people on a floating vessel: 15,740 troops, 943 crew. PASSENGERS LISTS… When cruise and liners had passenger lists! First letter of inquiry from H.E. Docked without the aid of tugboats in New York, by Commodore Irving. Installation of boilers begins around this date. First voyage as a troop transport. "D" Battery 445th AAA (AW) Battalion? King Edward VIII, Her Majesty Queen Mary, the young Princess Elizabeth, the Duke and Duchess of York (soon to be King George VI and Queen Elizabeth), the Duke and Duchess of Kent and the Duchess of Gloucester visit the ship. Dry docked in Singapore. RMS Foundation, Inc., schedules Diamond Jubilee Celebration for the 60th Anniversary of the Queen Mary’s Maiden Voyage from Southampton to New York. "According to our [U. S. National Archives] records, in 1951 the Department of the Army destroyed all passenger lists, manifests, logs of vessels, and troop movement files of United States Army Transports for World War II." Plaque on Queen Mary dedicated to the safe transport of more than 750,000! Shipping Lines. Voyage #53 West. Cruise from Southampton to Las Palmas & Gibraltar. The records of ships used to carry troops to their theaters of operations were destroyed intentionally in 1951. Dry docked in Boston Naval Shipyard to install new more permanent bow piece. Web Site Copyright © 2007 Shayne E. Wallesch & Wendy J. Hochnadel. Winston Churchill transported from Gourock to Halifax, Canada, for 2nd Quebec "Quadrant" conference. Canadian War Bride passenger lists from 1946-47 are available on line from a number of reliable sources. In January 1946 Queen Mary began the process of returning war-brides to America. 612: Slavonia: 1903: ex- Yamuna, 1904 purchased from British India S.N.Co renamed Slavonia, 1909 wrecked on Flores, Azores; no loss of life. "38th Armored Infantry Battalion (7th Armored Division)", or vice versa "7th Armored Division (38th Armored Infantry Battalion)". Anchor trials and adjustment of the magnetic compasses are made off Gourock. Troop capacity increased. 1957 - by ship: 1,000,000; by air: 1,000,000 The Queen Mary reopens to the public. Queen Mary presents her personal standard to the ship. Die RMS Queen Mary ist ein ehemaliges Passagierschiff, das von 1936 bis 1967 für die Reederei Cunard Line im Einsatz war. Passengers transferred to, If you have information about a crossing, please. Jacques Cousteau's "Living Sea" portion of Museum of the Sea (M.O.T.S.) All Digitized Passenger Lists For the RMS Queen Mary Available at the GG Archives. The King George V Graving Dock is officially opened with King George V and Queen Mary steaming into the dry dock aboard the Royal Yacht, Victoria and Albert. opens. Taking a journey by sea allowed men, women and children the opportunity to meet new people and experience new cultures. £2.99. Howards Hughes’ Spruce Goose flying boat opens to the public next to the Queen Mary. The Queen Mary collides with British light cruiser Curacoa. Passengers transferred to, discharge of father (222nd Inf Reg / 42nd Inf Div) of, discharge and map of Lloyd Hardy (404th FA) via, Newspaper clipping carried by Harry Newton (who was on board), Approx 566 members of the 3225th and 4203rd Quartermaster Service Companies, Lost her propeller early on th morning of New Year's Day, about 300 miles southwest of the Azores. Officially retiring from ocean travel, the Queen Mary was moved to sunny Long Beach, California where it is a living landmark, popular attraction and hotel, exposing a whole new generation of fans to bygone era. "According to our [U. S. National Archives] records, in 1951 the Department of the Army destroyed all passenger lists, manifests, logs of vessels, and troop movement files of United States Army Transports for World War II." Last Eastbound transatlantic crossings. Sample Images. Jun 17, 2004 #1 We have an old reel of film which we think is the maiden voyage of the QM. For questions or comments about this site, please e-mail email@example.com. Be forewarned: Canadian lists from travel during the war years up to December, 1945, are, for the most part, not transcribed and are only available on microfilm … The old world luxury and sensibilities of the Queen Mary seemed outdated in a modern world now transfixed on the notion of space exploration. Troop A, 18th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron Mechanized; 11 soldiers of the 32nd Infantry Division, Galen Calvert, among Navy Combat Utility Battalion and Marine Riflemen replacements, 312th Engineer Combat Battalion; other units of the 87th Infantry Division, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd reconnaissance troop, 2nd Quartermaster Company, Division Headquarters Company, Military Police Platoon (all of, 9th Infantry Regiment, 15th Field Artillery Battalion, 2nd Engineer Battalion, 2nd Signal Company (all of, Headquarters and Headquarters Battery 2nd Infantry Division Artillery, 12th Field Artillery Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Battalion, 702nd Ordnance Company (all of, about 1200 troops: 1366th Engineer Truck Company, 631st Engineer Light Equipment Company; unknown others, total of 1,844 passengers: 1,798 Army, including 366 hospital patients, 6 Swiss civilians and the American entertainer "Candy Jones" also known as Miss Jesse Wilcox, who had entertained troops for ten months in the Pacific. Hotel Queen Mary reopens with 125 rooms operational. RMS Queen Elizabeth Passenger Lists 1947-1954. Docked in New York without the aid of tugs. An array of unique shops featuring souvenirs, one-of-a-kind treasures, clothing, memorabilia, historic documents, artwork and more, The Queen Mary is a great central hub to all of Southern California’s most popular attractions, Queen Mary Update on COVID-19. After a 10-month retrofit, the Queen Mary returns to her original glory. It is 1,200 feet long, 135 feet wide at its entrance, 59 feet deep, holds 58 million gallons of water, and can hold any ship up to 100,000 tons. Total: 16,683. By 1965 the entire Cunard fleet was operating at a loss and they decided to retire and sell the legendary Queen Mary. Total mileage: 37,943 miles. Walt Disney Company buys Wrather Corporation for $152 million. Hull damaged while entering dry dock in Boston Naval Shipyard. Voyage #485 West. First Meeting between Lord Mancroft and Long Beach, California representatives in New York. Winston Churchil returns to Gourock, Scotland, with 15,116 troops. MELITA (CANADIAN PACIFIC) 2 APRIL 1924 PASSENGER LIST. England and France declared war on Germany. Winston Churchill transported from Gourock to New York, to meet with President Roosevelt. Officiating are RMS Foundation President Joseph F. Prevratil; H.R.H. Crossing time: 5 days, 5 hours and 13 minutes. Docked without tugs in New York, by Captain S.A. Jones. Voyage #514. The RMS Queen Mary of the Cunard Line.GGA Image ID # 13edc635ec. ... c. 1945–47. On her sixth round-trip voyage, the Queen Mary wins the Blue Riband for the fastest North Atlantic crossings from the French Line's Normandie. Installation of engines and almost all of the heavy machinery is completed. "40 Days and 40 Nights" voyage from Boston to Sydney, Australia. Voyage #513 East. Remainder of 1992, The Port of Long Beach becomes operator of property, and looks for new operator. Jul 10, 2004 #1 Hello, I'm doing some research on the Queen Mary. This means only the smaller unit is known to have been on board; the larger unit is included, since people may be searching on that. 1961 - by ship: 750,000; by air: 2,000,000 Click here to view a site map. Other Ships and Shipwrecks. The Normandie wins the honor back in 1937. Lists can also include passengers who were family members of seamen. The Cunard Line and White Star line merged in 1934 when the two companies had experienced financial difficulties. Queen Mary . Audio tours begin again in English, German, Japanese and Spanish. First keel plate is laid for job #534 (which was eventually named the Queen Mary) at John Brown Shipyard. With her record-breaking speed and size, the Queen Mary is retrofitted to serve as a troop ship during WWII. She departed fully laden as bookings had been sold out long in advance. The increasing popularity of air travel helped signal the end of an era for the Queen Mary. (Sorry, but there was no word on why the records were destroyed.) Queen Elizabeth returns to England aboard the Queen Mary after three-week good will tour of Canada and the United States. Other Ships and Shipwrecks. 5,000 German prisoners of war were also on board. White Star Line began construction on their 60,000 ton Oceanic in 1928, while Cunard planned a 75,000 ton unnamed ship of their own.Construction on the ship, then known only as \"Hull Number 534\", began in December 1930 on the River Clyde by the John Brown & Company Shipbuilding and Engineering shipyard at Clydebank in Scotland. Two ship service begins for Cunard with the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth. Departs New York for Sydney, Australia, to be fitted as a troopship. Click & Collect. Your ancestor may have arrived as an individual or with family. Walt Disney Company gives up lease on the Queen Mary and Spruce Goose property. Queen Mary Following the signing of the armistice in May 1945, the role of Queen Mary was switched to repartriating American GI's back to America. The company agrees to operate the attraction until September 30, 1992. Sie liegt seither fest vertäut im kalifornischen Long Beach und wird als schwimmendes Hotel namens Hotel The Queen Mary genutzt. Thread starter Julia Peepsie; Start date Jun 17, 2004; Sidebar Sidebar. Work to restore the ship to passenger service begins as the ship at the King George Dry Dock. RMS Queen Mary — Record of Cruises, 1945–46 One 1945-46 voyage has this additional note: September 27, 1946: The Queen Mary was demobilized at Southampton, England on 27 September 1946. Queen Mary left New York on March 21, 1940, bound for Australia via the Cape of Good Hope. The Queen Mary celebrates her 75-year anniversary of the Maiden Voyage. Voyage #419. 14,833 troops and 1,000 crew transported. Voyage #382 East. Cunard R.M.S Queen Mary … They may have arrived as a fare-paying passenger, as an 'assisted' migrant, a member of a ship's crew, in military or naval service, or as a convict. Self-guided and guided "Captain's Tour" resume. Voyage #486 East. 10,606: Stratheden: 1937 CUNARD WHITE STAR LINE RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH PASSENGER LIST 26/3/49 S'TON TO NYC. Mediterranean cruise: New York, Las Palmas, Tangier, Piraeus, Naples, Cannes, Palma, Gibraltar, Lisbon, Madeira, New York. Aero Club of Southern California announces sale of Spruce Goose to Evergreen International Aviation Inc. in McMinnville, Oregon. The ship goes aground twice despite prior dredging of the river and her shallow draft. 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.. Preliminary speed trials are made on the way to Southampton. History About Ellis Island - 1938-1945 After the U.S. entered the war in December 1941, Ellis Island served primarily as a detention center for alien enemies, those considered to be inadmissible and others. World War II Troop Ships is a "Fang, Ramses & Rupert " production. Passenger lists are typically used by family historians to document their immigrant ancestor’s trip to their new country, but don’t overlook the possibility of finding ancestors who were visiting relatives, traveling for business, or for pleasure. On July 21, 1947, the Queen Mary resumed regular passenger service across the Atlantic Ocean, and continued to do so for nearly two more decades. Armament removed from ship, except the six-inch gun. Undettered by lofty goals and the Great Depression, the building of the Queen Mary becomes a ground breaking technological achievement. The agreement includes the Disneyland Hotel, and management of the Queen Mary and Spruce Goose property. Cunard Line announces that John Brown & Company, LTD., of Clydebank, Scotland, had been selected as builder of the new liner. The Queen Mary departs John Brown Shipyard, steaming down the Clyde River to Gourock, Scotland. With Germany launching Bremen and Europa into service, Britain did not want to be left behind in the shipbuilding race. Unit names are spelled out when they fit (but not always); so search for the unit number - e.g., "106" or "106th" for the 106th Infantry Division. May 28, 2015 - Explore The Queen Mary's board "Famous Passengers", followed by 339 people on Pinterest. Voyage #477. Cunard employed some of the finest people in the world, with top hospitality at the forefront. RMS Queen Mary historic maiden voyage to New York commenced on Wednesday 27 May 1936. Captain John Treasure Jones, the 33rd and last captain of the Queen Mary dies at the age of 87 at his home in Chandler's Ford, England, just north of the port town of Southampton. 1947 CUNARD WHITE STAR PASSENGER LIST BOOKLET RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH FIRST CLASS . CUNARD WHITE STAR LINE RMS QUEEN MARY PASSENGER LIST OCT 15TH 1958 NYC TO S'TON. If you have information about a crossing, please submit your information. Ships going into Greenoch (and variant spellings) or Glasgow or Firth of Clyde, Scotland were all going to the same destination. 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