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Elisha Walker - (1920-1949)
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 "Elisha Walker" inbound during WW2, July 29th, 1942.
( Photo US Coast Guard )
 "Elisha Walker" anchored during WW2, July 27th, 1942.
( Photo US Coast Guard )
 "Elisha Walker" inbound, February 17th, 1941.
( Photo US Coast Guard )
The SS "Elisha Walker" as a peacetime oil carrier.
 "Elisha Walker" on August 17th, 1930.
( Photo US Coast Guard )

The Miramar Ship Index for "ELISHA WALKER"
IDNo:
2220667
Year:
1920
Name:
ELISHA WALKER
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
25.08.1920
Flag:
USA
Date of completion:
09.1920

Tons:
7035
Link:
-
DWT:
11360
Yard No:
30
Length overall:
Ship Design:
LPP:
130.8
Country of build:
USA
Beam:
18.0
Builder:
Sun
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Chester, Pa
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1T-10.5

Subsequent History:
-

Disposal Data:
Scrapped at Baltimore 3rd quarter 1949 [ By Boston Metals Co. ]

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
220667
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
Pan-American Petroleum & Tpt Co Inc.
220667
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
1933
Pan American Foreign Corp.
220667
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
1935
Standard Oil Co of New Jersey
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
1940
Panama Tpt Co Inc.
168240
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
1941
Panama Tpt Co Inc.
2220667
1920
ELISHA WALKER
7035
1943
Panama Tpt Co Inc.

Sisterships are S. B. Hunt, Geo H. Jones, Dean Emery, Joseph Seep and I. C. White.

Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :
ELISHA WALKER - 1920   USA  1T (aft)     (10½)
7,035 Grt for Pan-American Petroleum & Transport Co., Inc., Los Angeles    429.3 x 59.2
Tanker build by Sun SB. Co., Chester, Pa.   (9)     #30       220667
1933 - Pan American Foreign Corp., Wilmington, Del.
1935 - Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Wilmington, Del.
1940 - Panama Transport Co., Inc., Panama,  PA
1941 - s/o (Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd., mgrs.), London,  BR, 168240
1943 - s/o, Panama,  PA
Broken up at Baltimore, 3rd quarter 1949 by Boston Metals Co.