Meta Buermeyer


      I haven't come across much in the way of information regarding Meta Buermeyer. I can tell you she appeared to enjoy traveling abroad. She sailed to Italy in 1908 and in 1920, 1921 and 1924 she traveled to France. In each case she was listed as single. Her place of residence was listed as Brooklyn. She was a bridesmaid at her uncle's wedding, Henry (Harry) Ernest Buermeyer, on June 10th, 1896.

   This is the ship La Savoie, Meta sailed on in 1920 to France. Built by Chantiers de Penhoet, St. Nazaire, France, 1901. 11,168 gross tons; 580 (bp) feet long; 60 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. 1,055 passengers (437 first class, 118 second class, 500 third class).

    Built for French Line, French flag, in 1901 and named La Savoie. Le Havre-New York service. Refitted as a French Navy auxiliary cruiser in 1914. Resumed Le Harve-New York service 1919-27. Scrapped at Dunkirk in 1927.

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