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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. New York, 23 September 1905

First Class Passenger List for the S.S. New York of the American Line, Departing 23 September 1905 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain W. J. Roberts.

List of First Class Passengers

American Line
S.S. New York

Captain W. J. Roberts

From Southampton to New York via Cherbourg
Saturday, 23 September 1905.

Front Cover - 23 September 1905 Passenger List, S.S. New York, American Line

Ships List of Senior Officers

  • Captain: W. J. Roberts
  • Purser: R. H. Urquhart
  • Surgeon: A. G. Hinrichs
  • Chief Steward: George Campbell

Ships List of First Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Felix Agnessens
  2. Mr. Geo. H. Anderson
  3. Mrs. J. W. Arnold
  4. Mrs. John L. Bailey
  5. Miss J. F. Baird
  6. Mr. Leonard D. Baldwin
  7. Mr. Geo. C. Barber
  8. Hon. A. J. Barchfield
  9. Mrs. A. J. Barchfield
  10. Mrs. Arthur Barnard
  11. Mrs. Wm. H. Barnes
  12. Miss E. Baumann
  13. Miss Baxter
  14. Mr. A. C. Belden
  15. Alice Horlocic Bennett
  16. Mr. T. L. Bigelow
  17. Mrs. T. L. Bigelow
  18. Mr. Frederic de Miller
  19. Miss Bird
  20. Mrs. James Brady
  21. Miss Josephine Brady
  22. Mr. Augustus P. Brandt
  23. Mrs. Augustus P. Brandt
  24. Mrs. J. H. Brennan
  25. Mr. C. J. Bronston
  26. Mrs. C. J. Bronston
  27. Mrs. Walter Wood Brown
  28. Miss Brown
  29. Miss Brown
  30. Mr. H. F. Brown
  31. Hon. J. B. Byrne
  32. Mrs. J. B. Byrne
  33. Dr A. G. Cabell, U.S. Navy
  34. Mr. M. Cahn
  35. Mrs. M. Cahn and Maid
  36. Master C. M. Cahn
  37. Master E. B. Cahn
  38. Miss Kate R. Carlisle
  39. Mr. Robert B. Carpenter
  40. Mrs. Robert B. Carpenter
  41. Mrs. Clarence Cary
  42. Miss Marie L. Cleaves
  43. Miss Susan Colston
  44. Miss Mary E. Converse
  45. Mr. Matthew Corr
  46. Mr. Charles Davenport
  47. Judge Vernon M. Davis
  48. Mrs. Vernon M. Davis
  49. Mrs. Robert V. Davis
  50. Miss Genevieve M. Davis
  51. Mrs. Dean
  52. Miss Dean
  53. Mr. C. Van Dusen
  54. Mrs. C. Van Dusen
  55. Prof. Ebeling
  56. Mrs. Ebeling
  57. Mr. M. Ellbogam
  58. Mr. D. Elkins
  59. Mr. Maurice Epstein
  60. Mr. Geo. D. Eustis
  61. Mrs. Geo D. Eustis
  62. Mrs. A. Evans
  63. Miss Mary Fabian
  64. Mr. I. D. Fletcher
  65. Mrs. I. D. Fletcher
  66. Rev. James Jos
  67. Flood Mr. R. Fuller
  68. Mrs. R. Fuller
  69. Dr J. J. Garmany
  70. Mrs. J. J. Garmany
  71. Mr. J. Gartner
  72. Mrs. J. Gartner
  73. Mrs. K. Geach
  74. Mr. R. Godoy
  75. Mr. Morris Goldberg
  76. Mrs. Morris Goldberg
  77. Miss Eva Goldberg
  78. Miss Julia Goldberg
  79. Mr. S. Goldmann
  80. Mr. J. Goodman
  81. Mrs. J. Goodman
  82. Mr. C. A. Griscom, Jr.
  83. Mrs. Griscom
  84. Mr. L. Griscom
  85. Mr. A Griscom
  86. Mr. A. A. Guedalia
  87. Mr. Wm. Hague
  88. Miss Jennie Hall
  89. Mrs. John H. Hamlin
  90. Miss Josephine Hamlin
  91. Mr. John H. Hamlin, Jr.
  92. Mrs. J. C. Harrington
  93. Miss A. K. Hartwell
  94. Prof. C. S. Hastings
  95. Mr. Arthur Hauschner
  96. Dr Wm. P. Healy
  97. Mr. J. Heldring
  98. Miss Edna Hepburn
  99. Mr. Chas. Hewett
  100. Miss Mary Hill
  101. Miss Hollenback
  102. Mr. Chas. P. Howard
  103. Mr. J. L. Hudson
  104. Mrs. J. L. Hudson
  105. Miss Mary R. Hudson
  106. Mr. S. A. Hughes
  107. Mr. S. F. Hunt
  108. Mr. W. Hutchinson
  109. Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson
  110. Mrs. Samuel Insull and Nurse
  111. Master Samuel Insull
  112. Mr. Isaac Jackson
  113. Mr. Johan Jensen
  114. Mr. James F. Jones
  115. Mr. Pierre Jubien
  116. Miss Madge Martin
  117. Miss E. Keating
  118. Miss G. Keating
  119. Mr. Thomas Keck
  120. Mrs. Thomas Keck
  121. Mr. N. B. Kelly
  122. Mr. J. A. Kilcoyne
  123. Mr. Goodman King
  124. Miss Ida Kruse
  125. Miss Willie Martin
  126. Mrs. C. L. Mason
  127. Miss Florence McKeon
  128. Mr. C. Meisel
  129. Mrs. C. Meisel
  130. Mr. J. W. Meisel
  131. Mr. Chas. F. Merrall
  132. Dr S. A. Mitchell
  133. Mrs. S. A. Mitchell
  134. Miss Anna Mitchell
  135. Miss Beatrice Mitchell
  136. Mrs. A. Monteverde
  137. Miss Carmen Monteverde
  138. Mr. E. J. Moore
  139. Miss Stella Morelles and Maid
  140. Miss Florence Murphy
  141. Mr. E. L. Lawrence
  142. Mrs. E. L. Lawrence
  143. Mrs. Thos. H. Leggett
  144. Dr L. E. Lemen
  145. Mrs. L. E. Lemen
  146. Miss Margaret Lemen
  147. Master Lewis Lemen
  148. Judge David Leventritt
  149. Mrs. David Leventritt
  150. Miss Olivia Leventritt
  151. Mr. Leo. Leventritt
  152. Mr. J. Walter Libby
  153. Mr. James Lounsbery
  154. Miss Grace C. Lounsbery
  155. Mrs. E. Lowenstein
  156. Mrs. Ludlow
  157. Miss C. Mabray
  158. Mr. A. G. Mackenzie
  159. Prof. A. J. Maclean
  160. Rev C. Mahoney
  161. Mr. Jos. Martin
  162. Mrs. Jos Martin
  163. Miss F. Martin
  164. Miss M. Martin and Maid
  165. Miss Isabel N. Martin
  166. Mr. E. Howard Martin
  167. Mrs. E. Howard Martin
  168. Miss Martin
  169. Mrs. Josephine B. Martin
  170. Mr. A. Naumburg
  171. Mr. E. D. Nevin
  172. Miss Dorothy Nevin
  173. Mrs. S. A. Obryan
  174. Mrs. M. J. Obryan
  175. Mrs. Edward H. Ogden
  176. Miss E. J. Ohlen
  177. Dr Thomas J. Orbison
  178. Mrs. Thomas J. Orbison and child
  179. Mr. George Osbourne
  180. Mrs. George Osbourne
  181. Mr. F. P. Ostrom
  182. Miss Page
  183. Mr. James Parrish
  184. Mr. Emile Pensel
  185. Mrs. Emile Pensel
  186. Mr. T. Morris Perot, Jr.
  187. Mrs. T. Morris Perot, Jr.
  188. Mrs. T. Morris Perot
  189. Mr. L. Phillips
  190. Mrs. L. Phillips
  191. Mr. Alexander Platt
  192. Mr. Otto Suter
  193. Mr. C. R. Power
  194. Mr. Rodman Swift
  195. Mr. Louis Pradez
  196. Mr. Frank Harold Syrett
  197. Mrs. Carolyn Purcell
  198. Mr. Eugene. Morgan Syrett
  199. Mrs. Marie Raddi
  200. Miss Caroline Ranney
  201. Mr. Chas. E. Rapp
  202. Mr. F. C. Reynolds
  203. Mrs. F. C. Reynolds
  204. Miss Dorothy Reynolds
  205. Miss Phyllis Reynolds
  206. Mr. Morris Rich and child
  207. Mrs. Richard
  208. Mr. H. S. Robbins
  209. Mrs. H. S. Robbins
  210. Miss Marjorie J. Robbins
  211. Miss Dorothy F. Robbins
  212. Mr. J. W. Roberts
  213. Mr. W. H. Robinson
  214. Mrs. R. D. Rood
  215. Mrs. Louis J. Rosett
  216. Dr J. B. Terres
  217. Miss Dorothy Thayer
  218. Mr. Arthur G. Thol
  219. Mr. Frank Conway Tomlinson
  220. Mrs. Evelyn Tomlinson
  221. Mr. G. B. Torrey
  222. Mrs. G. B. Torrey
  223. Mrs. K. Upper
  224. Mr. Morris Sailer
  225. Mrs. Morris Sailer
  226. Mr. J. R. Satterfield
  227. Mr. Lewis M. Scheuer
  228. Miss S. Sells
  229. Mr. Geo. Shirtcliffe
  230. Mrs. Geo. Shirtclifle
  231. Miss S. C. Siebert
  232. Dr Wharton Sinkler
  233. Mrs. Wharton Sinkler
  234. Miss Julia N. Sinkler
  235. Miss Ella B. Sinkler
  236. Mr. Francis W. Slattery
  237. Mr. Benson B. Sloan
  238. Mrs. Benson B. Sloan
  239. Mr. H. Solinsky
  240. Mrs. H. Solinsky
  241. Mr. Henry Spencer
  242. Miss D. Steele
  243. Miss J. E. Stone
  244. Mrs. N. N. Stranahan
  245. Miss Louise C. Stranahan
  246. Mr. Robert W. Stuart
  247. Mrs. Robert W. Stuart and Maid
  248. Mr. E. T. Vieusseux
  249. Mr. Lazarus Wainer
  250. Mr. A. S. Watkinson
  251. Miss Nance Wells
  252. Miss Marie Westcott
  253. Mr. Benj. Werner
  254. Mrs. Benj. Werner
  255. Mr. Bromley Wharton
  256. Mrs. Bromley Wharton
  257. Mrs. Whitting
  258. Mr. M. N. Willits
  259. Mrs. M. N. Willits
  260. Mr. F. S. Willock
  261. Mr. John W. Woodside
  262. Mrs. John W. Woodside
  263. Mrs. Cora S. Woodward
  264. Miss Mary Workman
  265. Miss Prudence Wyman

First Class Passenger Additions

  1. Miss I. J. Cleaves
  2. Mr. G. C. Essick
  3. Mrs. F. de Billier
  4. Mr. G. F. Mandy
  5. Capt. W. L. Crimmons
  6. Miss Reynolds

Not on Board

  1. Miss Marie L. Cleaves
  2. Mr. J. W. Libby

General Information for Passengers.

Breakfast from 8 until 10 a.m.
Luncheon at 1 p.m,
Dinner at 7 p.m.

The Bar closes at 11 p.m. Lights are extinguished in time
Saloon at 11 p.m., and in the Smoking Room at 12 (midnight)

Please apply to the Second Steward for Seats at Table.

Meals for children are served separately.

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 4- 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.

These steamers are fitted with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Apparatus. The rates that are charged are—from Ship to Marconi Stations, sixpence per word; from Ship to passing steamers and thence to either Station, and vice versa, sixpence per word.

The minimum charge for messages to or from any Telegraph Office in the United Kingdom is 6/6.

The American Line have pleasure in announcing that their London West End Office is now transferred to new and more commodious premises at No. I, COCKSPUR STREET, S.W.

This is their Principal Office in London for Passenger business. Letters and telegrams may be addressed there, and will be held until called for, or forwarded, according to instructions. The latest editions of the leading American and English papers are kept on file.

Passengers' baggage will also be received and stored if required.

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