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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. St. Louis, 21 September 1912

First Class Passenger List for the S.S. St. Louis of the American Line, Departing 21 September 1912 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain John C. Jamison. Arrived in New York on 28 September 1912.

This passenger list has been supplemented by information obtained from the passengers of this voyage.

List of First Class Passengers

American Line

S.S. St. Louis

Captain John C. Jamison

From Southampton to New York via Cherbourg

Saturday, 21 September 1912

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: John C. Jamison. - Brooklyn NY
  2. Purser: H. E. Hinslev
  3. Surgeon: J. E. King
  4. Assistant Purser: H. J. Pink
  5. Chief Steward: Walter Harris

Ships List of First Class Passengers

Passenger List, American Line S.S. St. Louis, 1912, Southampton and Cherbourg to New York
  1. Mrs. Baird
  2. Miss M. L. Baldwin (1894-12 - ) San Francisco, CA
  3. Miss Bayers
  4. Mrs. Jeannie C. Bergin (1864-09-26 - ) Brooklyn
  5. Mr. F. A. (Turner) Biehl (1862-08-20 - ) WV
  6. Lt. J. D. Brancker, R.G.A
  7. Miss Cornelia Brandreth (1896 - ) Owning NY and Maid
  8. Miss Margaret Brandreth (1891 - ) NYC
  9. Mrs. Ralph (Margaret) Brandreth (1861 - ) Burlington NJ
  10. Mr. H. S. Burrage (1834-01-04 - ) Portland ME
  11. Mrs. H. S. (Ernestine) Burrage (1868-01-05 - ) Portland, ME
  12. Capt. James Benjamin Butt, U.S.R.C.S (1842-03-04 - ) PA (Retired 1906-03-04 as a Commander in the USCG
  13. Gen. McCoskry Butt (1858-04-18 - 1921-03) NY
  14. Mr. A. Cathcart
  15. Master George B. Coale (1905 - ) Washington, DC - Lt. Cmdr - USN - Commanded the USS Samuel S. Miles (DE-183) during WWII
  16. Mrs. G. W. Coale (1873 - ) MN
  17. Mr. Ira Lee Cochrane (1880-02 - ) Boston (Used the Pen Name Lloyd MacFarlane)
  18. Mrs. J. H. Coe (1862 - ) New Jersey
  19. Miss Alice Compton - Artist
  20. Miss Emma Cordier (1867-04-17 - ) Milwaukee, WI
  21. Mr. Howard Pinckney Corsa (1889-04-01 - ) Milford, DE
  22. Mrs. Corsa (1889-05-01 - ) New York
  23. Miss Josephine Day (1882-10-10 - ) Superior NE
  24. Miss Marion Day (1890-02-18 - ) Superior NE
  25. Mr. George L. Day (1854-01-25 - ) Whitwater, WI
  26. Mrs. Isabella Day (1854-04-08 - )
  27. Mr. Silas Downing (1879-01-10 - ) NYC
  28. Mrs. Divida Harper Eaton (1878-05-26 - ) Gransville OH
  29. Miss Alice E. Finlay (1880-03-18 - ) NYC
  30. Miss May Finlay (1877-07-06 - ) NYC
  31. Mr. H. P. Finlay
  32. Mr. Harry Jabez Fisk (1866-04-09 - ) Adrian, MI
  33. Mrs. Ethel Caroline Fisk (1886 - ) [Naturalized by Marriage]
  34. Mr. Isaac Dudley Fletcher (1844 - 1917-04-28) NYC - The $2,000,000 art collection of the late Isaac Dudley Fletcher of 2 East Seventyninth Street, who died on April 28, 1917 will go almost intact to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, it was learned last night. The collection, which embraces some of the finest examples of Rembrandt and of the pottery of ancient Egypt, while not large, is noted for the high individual value of the objects in it
  35. Mrs. I. D. Fletcher (1866 - ) NYC
  36. Miss Fannie R. Foster (1894-04-03 - ) Des Moines, IA
  37. Miss Mary H. Foster (1884-12-26 - ) Des Moines, IA
  38. Mrs. Wm. Foster (1866-05-20 - ) Iowa City
  39. Dr. Ira Frank (1878 - ) Buffalo NY
  40. Mr. Siegfried Freyberg (1862 - ) Philadelphia PA
  41. Mrs. Seigfried (Margaret B. ) Freyberg (1879 -) Philadelphia PA
  42. Miss Constance M. Gay (1895-10-22 -) Hartford, CT
  43. Miss Eleanor M. Gay (1899-04-24 - ) Hartford, CT
  44. Mr. F. B. Gay (1856-11-15 - ) Granby, CT
  45. Mrs. F. B. Gay (1863-04-09 - ) Hartford, CT
  46. Miss Bell Goldman (1883-11-26 - ) Phoenix, AZ
  47. Mrs. Leo Goldman (1863-02-12 - ) Phoenix, AZ
  48. Miss Graham
  49. Mr. Francis Donald Harper ( 1896-09-19 -) Chicago, IL
  50. Mr. A. Hess (1871-09-24 - ) NYC
  51. Mrs. C. T. Holland
  52. Miss Evelyn Hooker (1882-08 - ) Cincinnatti OH
  53. Mr. James J. Hooker (1844-12-21 - ) Hamilton Co. OH
  54. Major B. R. Horsbrugh
  55. Mrs. B. R. Horsbrugh
  56. Mr. H. H. Hume
  57. Mr. John D. A. Johnson (1868 - ) Cedar Falls, IA
  58. Mr. Percy Ogden Judson (1874 - ) Orlington VT
  59. Miss Lillian Keigwin (1870 - ) Illinois
  60. Mr. Charles Albert Keigwin (1862- 1940) Indiana - Attorney
  61. Miss I. B. Kellock
  62. Dr. Montgomery La Roche (1884 -) New York - Dentist
  63. Mrs. Montgomery (Julia) La Roche (1888 - ) New York
  64. Dr. Jas. J. Lasalle (1874 - ) Jolian OH
  65. Mr. Herbert D. Lounsbury (1873 - ) New York
  66. Mrs. Clara Slora Lunt (1873 - ) St. Louis MO
  67. Mrs. G. G. Lyman
  68. Mr. Compton Mackenzie - Sir Edward Montague Compton Mackenzie, (January 17, 1883, West Hartlepool, England; November 30, 1972 in Edinburgh, Scotland), was an English-born Scottish novelist and nationalist
  69. Mr. Robert H. McCormick (1878 - )
  70. Mrs. R. H. (Eleanore R.) McCormick (1882 - ) [Daughter of Attorney Henry Lewis Morris], Child (Eleanore M. McCormick (1910- ) Chicago, IL) and Nurse
  71. Miss E. McLoughlin
  72. Mrs. Addie Payson Grigg (1848-04-05 - ) [Noted on manifest as 44 Years Old] WI
  73. Miss D. Phelps (1890 - ) New York
  74. Miss R. Phelps (1895 - ) New Jersey
  75. Mrs. J. J, Phelps (1865 -) New York
  76. Miss Gertrude Phillips (1898 - ) Hartford, CT
  77. Mrs. Caroline A. Phillips (1870 - ) Hartford, CT
  78. Master Frederick Ramsden
  79. Mr. C. T. Ramsden
  80. Mrs. C.. T. Ramsden
  81. Mr. A. L. Rhomberg
  82. Miss Lulu Richardson (1884 - ) TX
  83. Mr. G. R. D. Rust
  84. Mrs. G. R. D. Rust
  85. Miss Jane Sands (1889-05-23 - ) WA
  86. Mr. J. R. Satterfield (1839-11-12 -) Nebraska
  87. Miss Jane Scriven (1903-01-10 - ) Cleveland, OH
  88. Mr. W. H. Scriven
  89. Mrs. W. H. Scriven (1881-05-06 - ) Cincinnatti, OH
  90. Miss Adele Seip (1877-06-06 - ) Pittsburg OH
  91. Miss Helen Seip (1886-07-06 - ) Pittsburg OH
  92. Mr. Chas. B. Sheridan (1844 - ) Brooklyn
  93. Hon. C. Sifton
  94. Mr. Philip Simmons
  95. Mrs. Philip Simmons
  96. Mr. F. H. Slater
  97. Mr. F. E. Starkey
  98. Mr. Franklin Steele (1849-12-12 - ) Washington DC
  99. Mrs. Franklin Steele - Canadian - Naturalized by Marriage
  100. Mr. Dan M. Stern (1849-12-18 - ) Hartford, CT
  101. Miss Alice Thorne (1896-12-21 - ) Minneapolis
  102. Miss F. C. Thorne
  103. Mr. E. L. Trower
  104. Miss Mary F. Urling (1855-04-21 -) PA
  105. Miss J. Uterhart (1905 - ) NYC and Maid
  106. Mr. Henry A. Uterhart (1875 - ) NYC - High Profile Attorney - Long Island
  107. Mrs. H. A. Uterhart (1882 - ) NYC
  108. Miss Dorothy Vorse (1890-10-08 - ) Des Moines, IA
  109. Mrs. Frank Vorse (Agnes S. Newton) (1856 - ) Buchanan MI
  110. Mrs. J. R. Waitel
  111. Miss B. (Elizabeth) Waterman (1888-04-02 - ) Albany, NY
  112. Miss Martha F. Wells

Sea Post Office Clerks

British

  1. H. C. North
  2. C. J. Dawes

American

  1. W. R. Miller
  2. J. H. Knox

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

Summary of the September 1912 Westbound Voyage - St. Louis

  • Date of Voyage: 1912 September 12 - 28
  • Vessel: St. Paul
  • Class: List of Passengers - Class not stated (Believed to be Cabin)
  • Route: Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: John C. Jamison
  • Number of Printed Pages: 9
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation - Summary of Passengers and Crew Listed:
    • Number of First Class Passengers: 112 + 1 Child + 1 Nurse + 2 Maids = 116 Total
    • Senior Officers: 5
    • Sea Post Office Clerks: 2 British + 2 American
  • Notable Passengers Included: Mr. Isaac Dudley Fletcher, Compton Mackenzie
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.2 x 19.6 cm
  • Morton Allen Directory: Page 157, Column 1

 

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