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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. St. Paul, 16 August 1911

First Class Passenger List for the S.S. St. Paul of the American Line, Departing 16 August 1911 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg and Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain F. M. Passow.

List of First Class Passengers

American Line
S.S. St. Paul

Captain F. M. Passow
From Southampton to New York

via Cherbourg and Queenstown (Cobh)
Wednesday, 16 August 1911

Passenger List Cover, August 1911 Westbound Voyage - S.S. St. Paul

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: F. M. Passow
  2. Purser: Thomas Kinsey
  3. Surgeon: Alpha M. Whiton
  4. Chief Steward: William Reen

Ships List of First Class Passengers

  1. Miss Frances B. Adams
  2. Mr. Edward S. Adams
  3. Mrs. Edward S. Adams
  4. Miss E. Ainley
  5. Mr. Emil P. Albrecht
  6. Mrs. Emil P. Albrecht
  7. Miss Percival Allen
  8. Prof. C. L. Babcock
  9. Mrs. C. L. Babcock
  10. Master Frederick Babcock
  11. Mr. C. A. Basembrio
  12. Miss Clara F. Baxter
  13. Mr. Harrison W. Biddle
  14. Mr. C. A. Blancard
  15. Judge C. M. Bliss and Valet
  16. Mr. R. B. Botero
  17. Mr. Julian Bradbury
  18. Mrs. W. H. Bradbury
  19. Mr. H. L. Brainard
  20. Miss Jean Bullitt
  21. Mr. George A. Burrow
  22. Mr. John Cassidy
  23. Mrs. John Cassidy
  24. Miss Cassidy
  25. Mrs. D. B. H. Chaffe
  26. Miss Lucy P. Chaffe
  27. Mr. J. R Chaffe
  28. Mrs. Irving Champlin
  29. Miss Champlin
  30. Mrs. M. M. Close
  31. Miss Katherine F. Comstock
  32. Miss Eleanor Congdon
  33. Mr. Andrew J Copp
  34. Mrs. Andrew J. Copp
  35. Mr. Edward E. Craft
  36. Mrs. Edward E. Craft
  37. Mr. F. W. Cram
  38. Miss M. Crandall
  39. Miss Cunningham
  40. Mrs. Cushman
  41. Miss Edith Cutler
  42. Mr. Reginald Dance
  43. Mr. Thomas Dawson
  44. Mrs. Thomas Dawson
  45. Rev. Father Gustave De Coster
  46. Mr. Arthur Denison
  47. Mrs. Arthur Denison
  48. Dr. R. H. Dennister
  49. Mrs. A. C. Duff
  50. Mr. Clark F. Durant
  51. Mr. George Church Durant
  52. Mr. A. J: Evans
  53. Mr. W. Eyre
  54. Mr. Ernest A. Finch
  55. Mrs. B. Fischer
  56. Rev. Flaherty
  57. Mr. Frank F. Forbes
  58. Mrs. Frank F. Forbes
  59. Miss Florence E. Forbes
  60. Miss Mary L. Forbes
  61. Mr. Florence Fox
  62. Mr. James Gardner Garnett
  63. Mrs. Ella Mary Garnett
  64. Mr. H. Geddes
  65. Mrs. H. Geddes
  66. Mr. Henry Gorman
  67. Mr. Thomas Gorman
  68. Mr. James Gorman
  69. Mr. F. Gottschalk
  70. Captain H. B. Grant
  71. Mrs. H. B. Grant
  72. Mr. Albert R. Green
  73. Mr. S. B. Harding
  74. Rev. Harley
  75. Mr. Eugene Harvey
  76. Miss Anna Hinchman
  77. Mrs. John Hinchman
  78. Mr. J. R. Hinchman
  79. Mr. W. D. Hines
  80. Mr. L. E. Jefferis
  81. Mr. J. M. Jefferis
  82. Mr. S. Jenks
  83. Mrs. S. Jenks
  84. Mr. Gordon Johnston
  85. Mrs. Gordon Johnston
  86. Mr. R. S. Johnston
  87. Mrs. R. S. Johnston
  88. Miss Susan H. Keith
  89. Mr. Robert King
  90. Mr. M. H. Knopsnacher
  91. Mr. Stanley Lathbury
  92. Rev. Lee
  93. Mr. B. A. Levett
  94. Mrs. Le Grand Lockwood
  95. Miss Lockwood
  96. Miss Alice W. Lowell
  97. Miss Kathryn Luddem
  98. Mrs. F. C. MacCreary
  99. Mrs. J. McDougall
  100. Mr. John B. MacHarg
  101. Col. James McNaught
  102. Miss H. Malvesyn
  103. Mrs. Martin
  104. Miss Mabel Martin
  105. Mrs. O. F. Mayer
  106. Miss Emily Munro
  107. Mr. Mya
  108. Mr. Malcolm Peabody
  109. Mr. P. Wigney Percival
  110. Mrs. P. A. Perkins
  111. Mr. J. L. Pilgrim
  112. Mr. Wm. E. Porter
  113. Mrs. Wm. E. Porter
  114. Mr. Potter
  115. Mr. George L. Potter
  116. Miss Nellie Powelson
  117. Mrs. James T. Preston
  118. Mr. Edgar Reed
  119. Mrs. Edgar Reed
  120. Mr. E. Windsor Reed
  121. Mr. Willard P. Reid
  122. Mr. Hy. Starr Richardson
  123. Mrs. Arthur J. Richmond and Maid
  124. Mr. Arthur L. Richmond
  125. Mr. Robins
  126. Mrs. Robins
  127. Mr. P. D. Russell
  128. Mr. J. Rustgard
  129. Mrs. Wm. C. Nicholson
  130. Mr. William J. O'Keefe
  131. Miss Mary A. O'Keefe
  132. Miss Helen N. O'Keefe
  133. Miss Courtenay Olivier
  134. Mrs. George W. Owens
  135. Mr. J. Sachs
  136. Mr. Percy Sandford
  137. Mrs. Percy Sandford
  138. Miss A. K. Sawin
  139. Mrs. A. Schlegel
  140. Mrs. K. Schussler
  141. Miss C Schussler
  142. Mr. Herbert Seabrook
  143. Mr. William Selbini
  144. Mrs. William Selbini
  145. Mrs. G. F. Shears
  146. Colonel Daniel Shepp
  147. Miss F. M. Shreve
  148. Mrs. A. S. Shute
  149. Miss R. Shute
  150. Mrs. F. W. Sivyer
  151. Mrs. F. E. Skinner
  152. Mr. George W. H. Smith
  153. Mr. Gustav Stromberg
  154. Mr. F. W. Taylor
  155. Mrs. F. W. Taylor
  156. Miss F. E. Taylor
  157. Mr. S. H. Tollinage
  158. Mr. Horace Townsend
  159. Mrs. Horace Townsend
  160. Mrs. Therese Tyler
  161. Mr. C. L. Van Fleet
  162. Miss J. Veitch
  163. Mr. George H. Wailes
  164. Mr. W. H. Webb
  165. Mr. C. H. Webb
  166. Mr. Albert B. Weimer
  167. Mrs. Albert B. Weimer
  168. Mrs. I. Howard White
  169. Mr. K. R. Winslow
  170. Miss Mignon G. Wright
  171. Miss R. J. Wright
  172. Mr. H. B. Zimmerman

General Information for First—Class Passengers.

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

The Bar closes at 11.30 p.m. Lights are extinguished in the 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 sheuld 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 to the Deck Steward. Rugs can also be hired on Board at a charge of 4/-.

The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Service.

Messages are accepted on board for transmission to any part of the world or for delivery on board passing ships. The following are the wireless rates, to which must be added the land line or cable tolls to points of destination :—

Great Britain and Ireland. Via Crookhaven, Lizard, Niton, North Foreland, and Caister, 20 cents per word without a minimum, address and signature counted. Land charges of one cent, per word (minimum 12 cents) additional.

From Ship To Ship. Sixteen cents per word without a minimum, address and signature counted.

The names of shore stations and of ships, with which communication is expected during the day, are posted every morning in different parts of the ship.

United States and Canada. For ten words or less, address and signature not counted, Via Sea Gate, N.Y., $2.00; Sagaponack, N.Y., $2.25; Siasconsett, Mass., $3.00; Cape Race, Newfoundland, $3.00; Sable Island, N.S. (via Camperdown), $4.00; Cape Sable, N.S. (via Camperdown), $4.03; South Wellsfleet, Mass., $5.00. Each additional word, 12c., 13c., 18c., 24c., and 50c., respectively. Land charges extra.

The American Line is not responsible for the transmission of messages.

Further information may be obtained by applying to the Purser.

Letters and telegrams may be addressed to the care of any of tLe Company's Offices, where they will be held until called for, or forwarded, according t) instructions. The latest editions of the leading American and English papers are kept on file at the Company's new West End Offices, No. 1, Cockspur Street, London, where Passengers' baggage will also be received and stored if required.

For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is prepared to exchange a limited amount of English and American money, at the rate of $4.80 to the pound when giving American money for English currency, or 21 per $4.95 when giving English money for American currency.

The following rates of exchange have also been adopted for American and French money :— Eastbound, $ 1=5 francs ; Westbound, notes and gold=19 cents per franc, silver=18 cents per franc.

The Surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of the Commander, for treating Passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the Ship. In the case of sickness developed on board no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

Should the Steamer arrive at the New York Wharf after 8 p.m., Passengers may land if they wish to do so, and have their baggage passed by the Customs authorities immediately on arrival, but those who prefer to remain on board may do so, and have the whole of their baggage passed the following morning not earlier than 7 o'clock.

Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board over night.

Valuables. The American Line has provided a Safe in the office of the Purser in which Passengers may deposit Money, Jewels, or Ornaments for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to Passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments, by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

Insurance of Baggage, &C. Arrangements have been mrffie whereby Passengers can have their baggage insured against loss by sea or land, including risk of fire, breakage, theft or pilferage, from the time the baggage is received by the American Line until delivery at destination. Other risks can also be insured against.

The Company strongly recommend Passengers to insure their packages whenever practicable, as in the event of loss or damage to baggage the American Line cannot under any circumstances accept any liability beyond the amount specified on their steamer contract ticket.

Travellers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the American Line. These Cheques are accepted on board American Line Steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

Public Telephones
With Booths and Operator On Our New York Piers.

August 1911 Westbound Voyage - S.S. St. Paul

  • Date of Voyage: 1911 August 16 - 24
  • Vessel: St. Paul
  • Class: First Class Passengers
  • Route: United Kingdom to the United States via France and Ireland
  • Ports of Call: Southampton » Cherbourg » Queenstown » New York
  • Port Codes: SOU, CER, COB, NYC
  • Captain: F. M. Passow
  • Number of Printed Pages: 7
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Number of First Class Passengers: 172
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 4
  • Notable Passengers Included: Not Researched
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.3 x 19.4 cm
  • Morton Allen Directory: Page 149, Column 1
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