The American War Bride Experience

GI Brides of World War II

S.S. Uruguay

Dorothy Joyce Nottle Ray and dau. Gloria Joyce; April 6, '46; Moorswater, Liskeard, Cornwall, England > Crenshaw, Mississippi
Here is a list of the passengers that were on the ship with my mother. I am sure that this is only a partial list as my mother says there were about 100 brides on the ship.

Name:Age: Application No.
Miller, Kathleen S.
Miller, David B.
Cichowicz, Gladys M.
Cichowicz, Daniel E.
Eddington, Grace 20 W--37660
Tedesco, Betty Lavinia May20W--37720
Stavetski, Ethel21 W--37722
Mckoy, Doris 23 W--37723
Davis, Dinah 20W--37724
Lascurain, Barbara, Turner19W--37727
Hedden, Bernice A.21 W--37726
Campbell, Shelia 22 W--37729
Schnarzentrade, Phyllis 21W--37735
Rodzik, Kathleen T.20W--37731
Pavia, Dorothy B.17W--37733
Tucker, Cicely K.
Tucker, Colin D.
Means, Wilhelmina
Means, Kenneth W.
Ray, Marjorie31**W--19257
or W--19357
Shook, Thomasina J.
Shook, Michael W.
1 yr.
or W-- 16657

(**there is a line drawn through this name, I do not know if she was on the ship or not.) At the bottom of the page someone has written: 10:30 pm U.S.C. 5

I do hope this can help someone. Terry Greene
S.S. Uruguay that came over April, 1946 to the port of New York.

Kathleen S. Miller and son David Miller
Gladys M. Cichowicz and son Daniel, April 1946, Cambridge, England > Norwalk, Connecticut, from daughter Cindy
Grace (Jone) Edington, April 1946, ? > NYC from daughter, Rose Savage
Betty Lavinia May Tedesco
Ethel Stavetski
Doris McKoy
Dinah Davis
Barbara Turner Lascurain
Bernice A. Hedden
Sheila Campbell
Phyllis Schmarzentrauob
Kathlen T. Rodzik
Dorothy B. Pavia
Cicely K. Tucker and son Colin
Wilheimina Means and Kenneth
Thomasina Shook and Michael

The copy that we got was blurred so some of these names may be misspelled, please forgive me for this, and if anyone knows the correct spelling please let me know.
Rose Savage


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