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ROSE-STAROBA Wedding
ROSE-STAROBA Wedding
ROSE, Jack
STAROBA, Anne 
 
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ROSE-STAROBA Wedding
ROSE-STAROBA Wedding
ROSE, Bob
STAROBA, Mary
ROSE, Jack
ROSE, Anne
STAROBA, Denny
PRATT, Johnny 
 
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RUZICKA 40th Wedding Anniversary
RUZICKA 40th Wedding Anniversary
 
 
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RUZICKA Children
RUZICKA Children
Joe
Anna
Laurence 
 
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RUZICKA Family
RUZICKA Family
Larger copies of this photo exist if you are interested. 
 
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RUZICKA Family
RUZICKA Family
 
 
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RUZICKA Reunion 2003
RUZICKA Reunion 2003
 
 
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RUZICKA Reunion 2003
RUZICKA Reunion 2003
 
 
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RUZICKA Reunion 2003
RUZICKA Reunion 2003
 
 
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RUZICKA, Bill
RUZICKA, Bill
 
 
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RUZICKA, Clara<br>
RUZICKA, Agnes
RUZICKA, Clara
RUZICKA, Agnes

 
 
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RUZICKA, Jim & Mary
RUZICKA, Jim & Mary
 
 
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RUZICKA, John William
RUZICKA, John William
 
 
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RUZICKA, Joseph<br>
RUZICKA, Josephine
RUZICKA, Joseph
RUZICKA, Josephine

 
 
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RUZICKA, Josephine
RUZICKA, Josephine
 
 
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RUZICKA, Josephine<br>
RUZICKA, Joseph
RUZICKA, Josephine
RUZICKA, Joseph

 
 
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RUZICKA, Louis
RUZICKA, Louis
 
 
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RUZICKA-ALLINGTON Wedding
RUZICKA-ALLINGTON Wedding
ALLINGTON, Judith Alene
RUZICKA, John Albert 
 
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RUZICKA-SLAVIK Wedding
RUZICKA-SLAVIK Wedding
RUZICKA, Charles
SLAVIK, Josephine 
 
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S.S. America
S.S. America
Ship Name: America

Years in service: 1863-1895

Funnels: 1
Masts: 2

Shipping line: North German Lloyd

Ship description: Built by Caird & Co., Greenock, Scotland. Tonnage: 2,752. Dimensions: 328' x 40'. Single-screw, 11 knots. Inverted engines. Compound engines in 1872. Speed increased to 14 knots. Two masts and one funnel. Iron hull.

History: Passengers: 76 first, 107 second, 480 third. Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-New York, May 24, 1863. Sold to Italians in 1894 and renamed Orazio. Scrapped at Spezia in 1895. Running mates: Deutschland, Hansa, Hermann, Union and Weser.
 
 
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S.S. America
S.S. America
Ship Name: America
Years in service: 1917-1957
Funnels: 2
Masts: 4
Aliases: Ex-Amerika (1917)
Shipping line: La Veloce

Ship description: Built by Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland. Tonnage: 21,145. Dimensions: 668' x 74' (687' o.l.). Twin-screw, 18 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Four masts and two funnels.

History: First sailing as an American passenger liner, New York-Plymouth-Cherbourg-Bremen, June 22, 1921, for United States Mail Steamship Company. Laid up as a reserved transport in 1932. Commissioned as the troopship Edmund B. Alexander in 1941. Reconditioned in 1942 and a large single funnel replaced the original two. Scrapped at Baltimore in 1957. Ex-Amerika (1917). 
 
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S.S. Aurania
S.S. Aurania
Ship Name: Aurania
Years in service: 1924-1944
Funnels: 1
Masts: 2
Aliases: Artifex (1944)
Shipping Line: Cunard

Ship Description: Built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Newcastle, England. Tonnage: 13,984. Dimensions: 519' x 65' (540' o.l.). Twin-screw, 15 knots. Four steam turbines. Two masts and one funnel.

History: Passengers: 500 cabin, 1,200 third. Maiden voyage: Liverpool-New York, September 1924. Converted to Armed merchant cruiser in 1939. Sold to the British Admiralty in 1942. Renamed: Artifex (1944) repair ship. Sister ships: Alaunia and Ascania. Similar to Andania class. 
 
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S.S. Aurania
S.S. Aurania
Ship Name: Aurania
Years in service: 1924-1944
Funnels: 1
Masts: 2
Aliases: Artifex (1944)
Shipping Line: Cunard

Ship Description: Built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Newcastle, England. Tonnage: 13,984. Dimensions: 519' x 65' (540' o.l.). Twin-screw, 15 knots. Four steam turbines. Two masts and one funnel.

History: Passengers: 500 cabin, 1,200 third. Maiden voyage: Liverpool-New York, September 1924. Converted to Armed merchant cruiser in 1939. Sold to the British Admiralty in 1942. Renamed: Artifex (1944) repair ship. Sister ships: Alaunia and Ascania. Similar to Andania class. 
 
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S.S. Braunschweig
S.S. Braunschweig
The BRAUNSCHWEIG was built by R.Steele & Co, Greenock, Scotland in 1873 for Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. She was a 3079 gross ton ship, length 351.3ft x beam 39.1ft, one funnel, two masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. There was accommodation for 34-1st, 33-2nd and 600-3rd class passengers. Launched on 1/4/1873, she sailed from Bremen on her maiden voyage to Southampton and Baltimore on 9/9/1873. On 16/10/1880 she commenced sailing from Bremen to New York and after completing four round voyages on this service, was transferred on 13/1/1887 to the Bremen - Suez Canal - Far East run. On 13/1/1894, she resumed the Bremen - New York service and after eleven voyages, the last commencing 14/1/1896, continued on the Naples - New York run but on 30/5/1896, she commenced her last voyage and was scrapped the same year. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2]  
 
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S.S. Bulgaria
S.S. Bulgaria
Ship Name: Bulgaria
Years in service: 1898-1913
Funnels: 1
Masts: 2
Aliases: Canada (1913), Bulgaria (1913), Hercules (1917), Philippines (1919)
Shipping Line: Hamburg-American

Ship Description: Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany. Tonnage: 11,440. Dimensions: 501' x 62'. Twin-screw, 12 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Two masts and one funnel.

History: Tonnage originally 10,237. Renamed: (a) Canada (1913), (b) Bulgaria (1913), (c) Hercules (1917), Philippines (1919) United States Shipping Board. Scrapped in 1924. 
 
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S.S. Chemnitz
S.S. Chemnitz
"The 'Chemnitz' was built by J.C.Tecklenborg at Geestemunde for Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd] in 1901. She was a 7542 gross ton vessel, length 428.2ft x beam 54.3ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 13 knots. There was accommodation for 129-2nd class and 1,935-3rd class passengers. Launched on 27.11.1901. She left Bremen on her maiden voyage to Baltimore on 21.3.1902. She made her first run from Bremen to New York and Galveston on 30.11.1902, and from Bremen to Philadelphia and Baltimore on 1.12.1910. On 11.6.1914 she left Bremen on her last voyage to New York, Philadelphia and Galveston and was then laid up in Bremen in August 1914 for the duration of the war. In 1919, she was surrendered to Britain and was scrapped in Holland in 1923." 
 
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S.S. Grosser Kurfurst
S.S. Grosser Kurfurst
Ship Name: Grosser Kurfurst
Years in service: 1899-1917
Funnels: 2
Masts: 2
Aliases: Aeolus (1917), City of Los Angeles (1923)
Shipping Line: North German Lloyd

Ship Description: Built by F. Schichau, Danzig, Germany. Tonnage: 13,245. Dimensions: 560' x 62' (580' o.l.). Twin-screw, 16 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Two masts and two funnels.

History: Service: Interchangeable between New York and Australian routes. Renamed: (a) Aeolus (1917), (b) City of Los Angeles (1923). Scrapped in Japan, 1937. 
 
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S.S. Hawkeye State
S.S. Hawkeye State
Hugh L. Scott Class Transport:
Built in 1921, as SS Hawkeye State, under a United States Shipping Board (USSB) contract, at Bethlehem Shipbuilding Co., Sparrows Point, MD.
Operated as SS President Pierce by Dollar Steamship Co., and the American President Lines
Acquired by the US Army, 31 July 1941, and renamed USAT Hugh L. Scott
Acquired by the US Navy, 14 August 1942
Converted to a Naval Transport at Tietjen and Lang (later Todd Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.), Hoboken, N.J.
Commissioned USS Hugh L. Scott (AP-43), 7 September 1942, CAPT. Harold J. Wright in command
During World War II USS Hugh L. Scott was assigned to the Europe-Africa-Middle East Theater and participated in the following campaign;
Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaigns Campaign and Dates
North African occupation
Algerian-Morocco landings, 8 to 12 November 1942

Final Disposition, sunk by a torpedo from U-130, 12 November 1942, at Fedala Bay, Morocco
Struck from the Naval Register, 7 December 1942
USS Hugh L. Scott received one battle star for World War II service
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Specifications:
Displacement 12,579 t.
Length 532'
Beam 72'
Draft 30' 6"
Speed 16 kts.
Complement 119
Troop Accommodations unknown
Armament unknown
Propulsion steam turbine. 
 
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S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm II
S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm II
Ship Name: Kaiser Wilhelm II
Years in service: 1903-1917
Funnels: 4
Masts: 3
Aliases: Agamemnon (1917), Monticello (1927)
Shipping Line: North German Lloyd

Ship Description: Built by "Vulkan", Stettin, Germany. Tonnage: 19,361. Dimensions: 684' x 72' (706' o.l.). Twin-screw, 23 1/2 knots. Quadruple expansion engines; 42,000 I.H.P. Three masts and four funnels.

History: Note: Largest express liner in the world built to date. Dining room was 108 feet by 69 feet wide. Height from keel to roof of smoking room was 72 feet high. Won the trans-Atlantic speed record in 1903. Her best days' run being 564 nautical miles. Passengers: 775 first, 343 second, 770 third. Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-New York, April 14, 1903. Renamed: (a) Agamemnon (1917), (b) Monticello (1927) United States Government. Scrapped at Baltimore in 1940. Running mates: Kronprinzessin Cecilie (identical), Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. 
 
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S.S. Koln
S.S. Koln
Amphion began its life as a passenger liner in Geestemunde, Germany in 1899. When World War I broke out in 1914, Köln was interned by the United States government. Later, in 1917 when the United States entered the war, Köln was seized and used as a troop transport, dubbed the Amphion, by the US Army to move its expeditionary force to France. 
 
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S.S. Kronprinzessin Cecilie
S.S. Kronprinzessin Cecilie
Ship Name: Kronprinzessin Cecilie
Years in service: 1906-1940
Funnels: 4
Masts: 3
Shipping Line: North German Lloyd

Ship Description: Built by "Vulkan", Stettin, Germany. Tonnage: 19,503. Dimensions: 685' x 74' (706' o.l.). Twin-screw, 23 1/2 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Three masts and four funnels. From keel to top of funnels was 131 feet high.

History: Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-New York, August 6, 1907. She never won the Atlantic speed record for those phenomenal liners the Lusitania and the Mauretania were put in service and won the Blue Ribbon before the German steamship had any opportunity to try and annex it. Vessel was seized by the United States in 1917. Torpedoed while being employed as the American troopship Mount Vernon, September 5, 1918. Managed to make port, but the lives of 36 were lost when it became necessary to close the water tight bulkheads of the engine room. Laid up after the war. Scrapped in 1940. Running mates: Kaiser Wilhelm II (identical), Kronprinz Wilhelm and Kaiser der Grosse. 
 
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S.S. Main
S.S. Main
Ship Name: Main
Years in service: 1900-1925
Funnels: 1
Masts: 4
Shipping line: North German Lloyd

Ship description: Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany. Tonnage: 10,067. Dimensions: 501' x 58' (520' o.l.). Twin-screw, 14 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel.

History: Tied up at Antwerp during 1914-18. Came into British hands in 1919. However, vessel was allotted to France. Continued using name of Main. Scrapped in 1925. Sister ships: Neckar and Rhein. Note: Carried secondclass and a large number of steerage passengers in New York and Baltimore services. 
 
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S.S. Main
S.S. Main
Ship Name: Main
Years in service: 1900-1925
Funnels: 1
Masts: 4
Shipping line: North German Lloyd

Ship description: Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany. Tonnage: 10,067. Dimensions: 501' x 58' (520' o.l.). Twin-screw, 14 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel.

History: Tied up at Antwerp during 1914-18. Came into British hands in 1919. However, vessel was allotted to France. Continued using name of Main. Scrapped in 1925. Sister ships: Neckar and Rhein. Note: Carried secondclass and a large number of steerage passengers in New York and Baltimore services. 
 
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S.S. Main
S.S. Main
Ship Name: Main
Years in service: 1900-1925
Funnels: 1
Masts: 4
Shipping line: North German Lloyd

Ship description: Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany. Tonnage: 10,067. Dimensions: 501' x 58' (520' o.l.). Twin-screw, 14 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel.

History: Tied up at Antwerp during 1914-18. Came into British hands in 1919. However, vessel was allotted to France. Continued using name of Main. Scrapped in 1925. Sister ships: Neckar and Rhein. Note: Carried secondclass and a large number of steerage passengers in New York and Baltimore services. 
 
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S.S. Montclare
S.S. Montclare
Ship Name: Montclare
Years in service: 1922-1958
Funnels: 2
Masts: 2
Shipping Line: Canadian Pacific

Ship Description: Built by John Brown & Co., Clydebank, Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 16,314. Dimensions: 549' x 70' (577' o.l.). Twin-screw, 17 knots. Six steam turbines. Two masts and two funnels.

History: Maiden voyage: Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal, August 18, 1922. Served first as an armed merchant cruiser in World War II. Sold to British Government in 1942. Converted to a submarine tender in 1946. She was not renamed by British Government. Scrapped in Great Britain, 1958. Sister ships: Montcalm and Montrose. 
 
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S.S. Montclare
S.S. Montclare
Ship Name: Montclare
Years in service: 1922-1958
Funnels: 2
Masts: 2
Shipping Line: Canadian Pacific

Ship Description: Built by John Brown & Co., Clydebank, Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 16,314. Dimensions: 549' x 70' (577' o.l.). Twin-screw, 17 knots. Six steam turbines. Two masts and two funnels.

History: Maiden voyage: Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal, August 18, 1922. Served first as an armed merchant cruiser in World War II. Sold to British Government in 1942. Converted to a submarine tender in 1946. She was not renamed by British Government. Scrapped in Great Britain, 1958. Sister ships: Montcalm and Montrose. 
 
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S.S. Neckar
S.S. Neckar
Ship Name: Neckar
Years in service: 1873-1896
Funnels: 1
Masts: 2
Shipping Line: North German Lloyd

Ship Description: Built by Caird & Co., Greenock, Scotland. Tonnage: 3,122. Dimensions: 351' x 40'. Single-screw, 14 knots. Compound engines. Two masts and one funnel. Iron hull.

History: Launched, November 10, 1873. Maiden voyage: Bremen-Southampton-New York, April 18, 1874. Placed in the Far East service in 1886. Made her final voyage to New York in 1895. Scrapped in 1896. Sister ships: Mosel and Oder. 
 
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S.S. Roon
S.S. Roon
Ship Name: Roon
Years in service: 1903-1920
Funnels: 1
Masts: 2
Aliases: Constantinoupolis (1920)
Shipping line: North German Lloyd
Ship description: Built by J. C. Tecklenborg, Geestemunde, Germany.

Tonnage: 8,022. Dimensions: 453' x 55'. Twin-screw, 14 1/2 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and one funnel.

History: Passengers: 100 first, 100 second, 1,700 third. Services: (a) Far East, (b) Australian, (c) trans-Atlantic. Surrendered to British Shipping Controller after First World War. Renamed: Constantinoupolis (1920) Greek. Sold for scrap in May 1925 and dismantled in Germany. Sister ships: Gneisenau and Scharnhorst.
 
 
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SARACKI Brothers
SARACKI Brothers
Lawrence
John
Thomas 
 
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SARACKI, Danny
SARACKI, Danny
 
 
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SARACKI, Mary
SARACKI, Mary
 
 
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SENIO Cousins
SENIO Cousins
 
 
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SENIO Sisters
SENIO Sisters
HANNAS, Millie
MANCHAK, Doris
EVANSON, Helen
YERKOVICH, Mary 
 
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SENIO, Brian Memorial
SENIO, Brian Memorial
This plaque is located at the Brazeau River plane crash site where Brian and Larry died. 
 
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SENIO, Catherine
SENIO, Catherine
 
 
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Sister Helen MASON
Sister Helen MASON
 
 
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Sister Mary Grace
Sister Mary Grace
 
 
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Sister Stephanie
Sister Stephanie
 
 
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SLAVIK, Mary<br>
SLAVIK, Antonia
SLAVIK, Mary
SLAVIK, Antonia

 
 
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STAROBA / ROSE / RUZICKA Family
STAROBA / ROSE / RUZICKA Family
STAROBA, Zdenka
STAROBA, Mary
ROSE, Anne
ROSE, Pat (in arms)
Sister Stephanie
STAROBA, Emilie 
 

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