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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. New York, 29 September 1896

Saloon Passenger List for the S.S. New York of the American Line, Departing 29 September 1896 from Southampton to New York, Commanded by Captain F. M. Passow.

List of Saloon Passengers
American Line
S.S. New York

Captain F. M. Passow

From Southampton to New York

Tuesday, 29 September 1896

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: F. M. Passow
  2. Purser: Howard E. Ihiisley
  3. Surgeon: J. O. L. Kilgarriff, M.B
  4. Chief Steward: James Farrell

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

Front Cover - 29 September 1896 Passenger List, S.S. New York, American Line

  1. Miss May R. Achorn
  2. Mrs. Sophie Achorn and Infant
  3. Miss M. Abrams
  4. Mr. W. T. Adams
  5. Miss Bertha Adams
  6. Mr. D. D. Aliens
  7. Rev. Franklin Babbitt
  8. Miss Butler
  9. Signor Baratti
  10. Mr. J. K. Barlow
  11. Mr. J. F. Blackburn
  12. Mlle. du Bidat
  13. Miss Josephine Bell
  14. Master Harry Blackley
  15. Mr. Alex. Bull
  16. Mr. Loftus Cuddy
  17. Miss Henriette Cassin
  18. Mr. C. T. Cowperthwaite
  19. Mrs. M. Campbell
  20. Miss Alice Carter
  21. Miss L. G. Cayce
  22. Mr. C. R. Cummings
  23. Mrs. Cummings
  24. Miss Hazel Cummings
  25. Master Newell Cummings and Maid
  26. Mrs. W. D. Craven
  27. Miss Mary H. Craven, Infant and Nurse
  28. Mr. Harry T. Dekker
  29. Mr. Alfred Davies
  30. Signor Durot
  31. Mrs. Durot
  32. Mrs. E. M. Duncan
  33. Miss M. E. Duncan
  34. Mrs. Blackstock Downey
  35. Mrs. Adelaide Dewey
  36. Mr. Charles Dreyfuss
  37. Mr. Geo. English
  38. Mr. Pierre English
  39. Dr George E. Elliott
  40. Mr. Richard M. Elliot
  41. Mrs. Elliot
  42. Master Elliot
  43. Miss Elliot
  44. Miss Nathalie Elliot, Nurse, Governess, and Maid
  45. Mr. J. Garlick Mrs. Garlick
  46. Miss Mabel C. Gage
  47. Mr. Haldeman
  48. Mr. W. Harvey
  49. Miss Gertrude Hutchins
  50. Mr. John Harrison
  51. Mrs. Harrison and Valet
  52. Mr. H. H. Hallowell
  53. Mr. A. M. Hay
  54. Mr. William Harper
  55. Mr. Brayton Ives
  56. Mr. W. S. Jackson
  57. Mr. Danl. C. French
  58. Mrs. Jackson
  59. Mrs. French
  60. Sir William Jardine
  61. Mrs. Geo. W. Frantz
  62. Mr. Harvey Jardine
  63. Mr. Stuynesant Fish
  64. Mrs. Jardine
  65. Mrs. Fish and child
  66. Miss Marian Fish
  67. Mr. C. F. Jones
  68. Master Stuynesant Fish, Jr.
  69. Mrs. John P. Jones
  70. Master Sydney W. Fish
  71. Miss Jones
  72. Rev Chas. James, Valet and Maid
  73. Mr. G. A. Jones
  74. Mrs. Will H. Fox
  75. Miss Katherine E. Furleigh
  76. Mr. Chas. Fisher
  77. Mr. Arthur S. Klemm
  78. Mr. G. W. Fishback
  79. Miss E. R. Klemm
  80. Miss M. Celeste Klemm
  81. Mrs. E. H. Koch
  82. Mr. John K. Gore
  83. Mr. James C. King
  84. Miss N. E. Gavin
  85. Mr. Geo. Kemp
  86. Mr. Aug. Knobloch
  87. Mr. Chas. N. Lee
  88. Mrs. Lee
  89. Mr. Overton Lea
  90. Mrs. Lea
  91. Mr. Overton Lea. Jr.
  92. Miss Lea
  93. Miss Elizabeth Lea
  94. Mr. Geo. Lauder
  95. Mrs. Lauder
  96. Miss Harriet Lauder
  97. Miss Bessie Lauder
  98. Mr. Poul Larsen
  99. Mrs. Larsen
  100. Mr. James Legendre
  101. Col. J. H. Mapleson
  102. Mrs. Mapleson
  103. Miss Christine Myhr
  104. Mme. Meysenheim
  105. Mr. L. R. Moore
  106. Mrs. Moore
  107. Mr. L. T. Moore
  108. Mrs. Moore and Valet
  109. Mrs. Morton
  110. Mr. Mallon
  111. Mr. Middleditch
  112. Dr J. E. Moith
  113. Mrs. Miller
  114. Mr. J. Herbert Mullin
  115. Mrs. T. J. Mullin
  116. Mr. A. Marshall
  117. Mr. M. O. Maxon
  118. Mr. A. C. McGraw
  119. Miss Helen H. Meyer
  120. Mr. S. C. Neale
  121. Mrs. Neale
  122. Miss Neale and Maid
  123. Mr. H. Norris
  124. Mr. Wm. P. Northrup
  125. Mr. W. A. Nygh
  126. Dr R. F. O'Neil
  127. Miss Ida Oster
  128. Mr. Wilson Patterson
  129. Mrs. Patterson
  130. Mr. Henry Prentice
  131. Mrs. Prentice
  132. Mrs. Frank Purssell and Infant
  133. Mrs. H. A. V. Post
  134. Miss Nathalie Post
  135. Master Henry B. Post and Maid
  136. Mr. J. Fred Pierson,, Jr.
  137. Miss Pricilla L. Paine
  138. Mr. R. F. Polack
  139. Mrs. Polack
  140. Miss Jennie O'Neil Potter
  141. Master David N. Potter
  142. Miss Dorothea Potulica
  143. Mr. M. Redmond
  144. Mrs. Redmond
  145. Mr. Edward Stephen Rawson
  146. Mrs. Rawson
  147. Mrs. L. M. Rozier
  148. Mr. G. I. Rockwood
  149. Mrs. Rockwood Signor Romili
  150. Count Reichenbach
  151. Mr. Frank H. Ray and Valet
  152. Miss M. B. Stewart
  153. Miss C. E. Stewart
  154. Dr J. L. Seward
  155. Miss Sallie T. Seward
  156. Miss Katherine Seward
  157. Miss Lucy Schroeder
  158. Miss Henriette Schroeder
  159. Mr. Richard Sprague Stearns
  160. Mrs. Stearns
  161. Master George Stearns, Infant and Nurse
  162. Miss Emily Stearns
  163. Miss Caroline Stearns and Nurse
  164. Mr. George Wilkinson Stetson
  165. Mrs. Stetson
  166. Miss Ethel W. Stetson
  167. Master W. W. Stetson
  168. Miss M. A. Stovell
  169. Mr. C. F. Smith
  170. Mrs. Smith
  171. Mr. W. H. Smith
  172. Mrs. Smith
  173. Rev Canon Smith
  174. Miss Strong and Maid
  175. Miss E. H. Smith
  176. Mr. F. W. Smyth
  177. Mr. Howard Sisson
  178. Mr. S. L. Severance
  179. Mrs. Severance
  180. Mr. L. H. Severance
  181. Col E. F. Townsend
  182. Miss Townsend
  183. Signor Tango
  184. Mr. E. R. Thomas
  185. Dr W. S. Thayer
  186. Mr. Nicholas Treweek
  187. Mr. J. E. Thompson
  188. Signor Ughetti
  189. Mrs. 1. C. Vail
  190. Miss C. Vail
  191. Master Ralph Vail
  192. Mrs. A. Paine Worden
  193. Miss A. L. Worden
  194. Miss E. E. Wichmann
  195. Mr. Walter W. Watrous
  196. Mrs. Watrous
  197. Master Livingston Watrous
  198. Miss Wainwright
  199. Mr. John S. Wright
  200. Miss Franziska Yost
  201. Mrs. Zuill

Information for Passengers

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

The Bar closes at if p.m. Lights are extinguished in
the Saloon at 11 p.m., and in the Smoking Room at 11.3o p.m.
Please apply to the Second Steward for Seats at Table.

Letters and Telegrams should be handed to the Saloon Steward within an hour after leaving Southampton, and those for despatch upon reaching port 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.

Large Deck 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 the charge of the Purser, and a receipt for same should be obtained from the Purser.

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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