Need info on S.S. Auchvoid

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The SS Auchvoid carried 602 passengers from Glasgow to New York City in 1884.
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asked in The Tree House by Jo Gill G2G6 Mach 6 (63.6k points)

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Have you looked at the Ellis Island or Castle Garden websites?
answered by George Fulton G2G6 Pilot (155k points)
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Check out the resources in the Ships category.

answered by Greg Slade G2G6 Pilot (190k points)
Yes, she's not there.  Nothing found on any search.

There is no ship by that name listed in Lloyd's Register of Shipping for 1884. It's possible that the name was miscopied, which may explain why you can't find any record of it.

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* Memorial University of Newfoundland - The Maritime History Archive collects and preserves documents relating to the history of maritime activities in Newfoundland and Labrador and throughout the North Atlantic world.  The Maritime History Archive holds approximately 75 percent of the surviving crew lists (also called crew agreements) and official log books of British registered vessels for the periods 1857-1942 (predominantly 1863-1938) and 1951-1976. The crew lists and logbooks for voyages terminating in the years 1857-1942 are indexed and can be searched here. The crew agreements for the years 1951-1976 have not been indexed.

* CLIP is a not-for-profit volunteer project, set up to assist research into the records of British merchant seafarers of the late 19th and early 20th century.

* Maritime & Historical Research Service, Shipping Registers & Databases Links.
answered by Santino Rocca G2G6 Mach 3 (35.9k points)

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