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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. St. Paul, 18 October 1899

Saloon Passenger List for the S.S. St. Paul of the American Line, Departing 18 October 1899 from New York to Southampton, Commanded by Captain John C. Jamison.

List of Saloon Passengers

American Line

S. S. St. Paul

Captain John C. Jamison
From New York to Southampton
Wednesday, 18 October 1899, at 10.00 A. M.

Ships List of Senior Officers

  • Captain: John C. Jamison
  • Purser: K. D. Williams
  • Surgeon: Richard Wm. Briniacombe
  • Chief Steward: Walter Harris

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. Walter Adams
  2. Mr. Harry Angelo
  3. Mr. James Barnes
  4. Mrs. Francis Batcheller
  5. Mrs. Theodore C. Bates
  6. Mr. E. H. Beasley
  7. Mr. F. T. Bedford, Jr.
  8. Mr. Thomas Bogg
  9. Mr. Charles L. Borie
  10. Mrs. Bork
  11. Mr. David H. Carstairs
  12. Mrs. Carstairs
  13. Mr. Richard H. Chapman
  14. Mrs. Chapman
  15. Miss Helen Chapman
  16. Mr. Spencer Clawson, Jr.
  17. Mr. Hubert Coulson
  18. Mr. J. J. Daynes
  19. Mrs. Daynes and Infant
  20. Mr. A. L. G. Doty
  21. Mr. Frank M. Dutton
  22. Mrs. Warren H. Even
  23. Miss Harriet F. Ewen
  24. Mrs. H. Feigl
  25. Miss Johanna Feigl
  26. Dr. I. K. Funk
  27. Rev. Arthur Gadd
  28. Mr. Gordon H. Grant
  29. Mrs. H. Hamburger
  30. Miss E. Hamburger
  31. Mr. Orlando Harley
  32. Major Henry O. S. Heistand, U. S. A.
  33. Mrs. Heistand
  34. Mr. Edouard Hermann
  35. Mr. R. Hickmott
  36. Mrs. Hickmott
  37. Miss Georgia Hickmott
  38. Mr. Hildeburn
  39. Mrs. Hildeburn
  40. Miss Frances Mae Hogg
  41. Mr. H. E. Hooper
  42. Mrs. Hooper and Maid
  43. Mr. L. A. Horst
  44. Mrs. Horst
  45. Mr. W. T. Hutchins
  46. Mr. Charles M. Jacobs
  47. Mr. E. E. Jenkins
  48. Mrs. Jenkins and Infant
  49. Mr. A. Kispe
  50. Mr. E. B. Koopman
  51. Mrs. Koopman
  52. Mr. James Duncan Lahey
  53. Miss Marguerite Lahey
  54. Mr. M. Lichten
  55. Miss Mabel Lycn
  56. Mr. Hugh McLellan
  57. Miss M. R. May
  58. Mr. H. P. Merrill
  59. Mrs. Merrill
  60. Miss Nellie S. Merrill
  61. Mrs. Edna B. Miner
  62. Mrs. Myra C. Myer
  63. Mrs. D. W. O'Halloran
  64. Mr. Adolph G. Rosengarten
  65. Col. A. H. Ryan
  66. Miss M. Soltan
  67. Mr. Edwards Spencer
  68. Mrs. Spencer
  69. Mrs. St. Gaudens
  70. Mr. Munroe St. John
  71. Mrs. A. E. Stockman
  72. Mr. J. Russel Sullivan
  73. Mr. Joseph B. Thomas
  74. Mr. Murray Verner
  75. Dr. A. H. H. Vizard
  76. Mr. J. C. Walker
  77. Mrs. Walker and Maid
  78. Mr. R. Wallut
  79. Mrs. W. E. Wooley
  80. Mr. F. D. Wright

Information for Passengers

The baggage of Passengers holding through tickets to Paris will be nsferred from the Ocean Steamer to the Steamer sailing from Southampton Havre, free of charge, and without being opened for Customs examination, but Passengers must claim and identify their baggage before leaving the landing shed at Southampton, and point out which packages they desire to retain in their own charge, and which packages they desire to have registered through to Paris.

Baggage can only be registered through to Paris if the Passengers hold through tickets, and such baggage will not be subject to Customs examination at Havre, but will be examined by the Customs at the Care St. Lazare, Paris, any time between 9 a. m. and to p. m.

Breakfast from 8 a. m. until 10 a. m.
Luncheon at 1 p. m.
Dinner at 6.30 p. m.

The Bar closes at 11 p. m. LiGiurs are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m., and in the Smoking Room at 12.00 Midnight.

Please apply to the Second Steward for Seats at Table.

Letters and Telegrams to be sent ashore with the Pilot should be handed to the Saloon Steward within an hour after leaving New York, and those for despatch upon reaching Southampton, should be handed to him an hour before arrival.

Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be found in the Library.

For Railway and Steamship Time Tables of the various Companies apply to the Saloon Steward.

Inquiries regarding Baggage will be attended to by the Baggage Steward,, to whom all Baggage which Passengers wish to leave in the Company's care should be handed, properly labelled, and with full instructions as to disposal.

Steamer Chairs can be obtained for use on the voyage, at a charge of 50 cents each, upon application at the Purser's Office, or to the Deck Steward.

The Company will not be responsible for valuables or money unless given in charge of the Purser, and a receipt for the same should be obtained from him.

Letters may be addressed to the care of any of the Offices named below, and they will be retained until called for, or forwarded according to instructions.

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