Following up to my Posting Part 680p it appears that ggg-grandfather Brayton C. Placeway upon getting his and his wife Johanna's Emergency Passport, they must have traveled from Berlin, Germany to Liverpool, England between 1 February 1915 and 7 February 1915.
Ain't Genealogy fun... especially when I am trying to piece together the life and times of an ancestor. This ancestor is ggg-grandfather Brayton C. Placeway.
There is limited information on this page List of United States Citizens of the Manifest regarding the ggg-grandfather Brayton C. and his wife, Johanna. It does indicate that Johanna “If Naturalized, Give Name and Location of Court Which Issued Naturalization Papers, And Date of Papers” is a naturalized to the United States" “By Marriage”.
The source of this document is The National Archives: Year: 1915; Microfilm Serial: T715; Microfilm T715_2397; Line 9; Page Number 81. Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. I downloaded the page via Ancestry.com.
Typically Passenger Manifest pages consisted of two completed pages of information for each passenger. I can only find one page referencing ggg-grandfather Brayton. I have searched all the pages as presented of this specific voyage. And now another question, “Why is there only limited information on the Manifest for ggg-grandfather Brayton C. and his second wife Johanna (née Plischke)?
Just a couple of notes that I discovered regarding the S.S. Tuscania. The SS Tuscania, a luxury ship of the Cunard subsidiary Anchor Line, was launched September 1914. It carried 2,500+ passengers... and was torpedoed and sank in 1918 by the German U-boat UB-77 while carrying American troops to Europe. (From Wikipedia).
Check out the Brayton C. Placeway Life Timeline. You can pull the Groh pull-down menu at the top of the page.