USS Charlton Hall (ID-1359) was a United States Navy cargo ship in commission from 1918 to 1919. Charlton Hall was built as the commercial cargo ship SS Charlton Hall in 1907 at Port Glasgow, Scotland, by William Hamilton and Company for of Liverpool, England. She was the property of the of New York City by the time the United States entered World War I in 1917. At some point after that, the United States Shipping Board took control of her for war service. Anastasis was scrapped on 4 April 1934 at Shanghai, China.

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  • USS Charlton Hall (ID-1359) was a United States Navy cargo ship in commission from 1918 to 1919. Charlton Hall was built as the commercial cargo ship SS Charlton Hall in 1907 at Port Glasgow, Scotland, by William Hamilton and Company for of Liverpool, England. She was the property of the of New York City by the time the United States entered World War I in 1917. At some point after that, the United States Shipping Board took control of her for war service. The Shipping Board transferred Charlton Hall to the U.S. Navy on 10 June 1918. The Navy assigned her the naval registry Identification Number (Id. No.) 1359 and commissioned her as USS Charlton Hall on 14 June 1918 with Lieutenant Commander J. L. Evans, USNRF, in command. Serving with the Naval Overseas Transportation Service in support of U.S. forces in Europe—the American Expeditionary Force during the war and the after it ended -- Charlton Hall made three voyages from New York City to ports in France carrying general cargo between 17 June 1918 and 23 December 1918. Charlton Hall was decommissioned at Newport News, Virginia, on 29 January 1919. On 3 February 1919 she was transferred to the United States Shipping Board at New York City for return to the United States Steel Products Company. Charlton Hall returned to commercial service, once again as SS Charlton Hall. In 1930 she was sold to M. Kulukundis of Syra, Greece, and renamed SS Atlantis, then sold again later in 1930 to K. Psychas of Syra and renamed SS Anastasis. Anastasis was scrapped on 4 April 1934 at Shanghai, China. (en)
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  • USS Charlton Hall (ID-1359) was a United States Navy cargo ship in commission from 1918 to 1919. Charlton Hall was built as the commercial cargo ship SS Charlton Hall in 1907 at Port Glasgow, Scotland, by William Hamilton and Company for of Liverpool, England. She was the property of the of New York City by the time the United States entered World War I in 1917. At some point after that, the United States Shipping Board took control of her for war service. Anastasis was scrapped on 4 April 1934 at Shanghai, China. (en)
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