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Passenger List, Anchor Line, T.S.S. Cameronia, 31 July 1926

Cabin Passenger List for the T.S.S. Cameronia of the Anchor Line, Departing 31 July 1926 from Glasgow for New York via Moville, Commanded by Captain Robert Smart.

List of Saloon and Second Class Passengers
Anchor Line
T.S.S. Cameronia
Captain Robert Smart
From Glasgow to New York via Moville
Saturday, 31 July 1926

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain -- Robert Smart
  2. Chief Officer Andrew Fraser
  3. Chief Engineer Robert Greenshields
  4. Surgeon Daniel Murphy
  5. Purser Alastair McGilvray
  6. Chief Steward George Morrison

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

Front Cover - 31 July 1926 Passenger List, T.S.S. Cameronia, Anchor Line

  1. Mr. Arthur L. Barney
  2. Mrs. Barney
  3. Mr. William H. Bothwell
  4. Mr. William H. Brown
  5. Mrs. Brown
  6. Master William D. Brown
  7. Miss Mona A. Brown
  8. Mr. James Cochrane
  9. Mr. John E. Cochrane
  10. Mr. Thomas Cuthbertson
  11. Mrs. Cuthbertson
  12. Miss J. Cuthbertson
  13. Miss Jean Darrell
  14. Mrs. Darte
  15. Mr. Robert Hill
  16. Mrs. Hill
  17. Mr. James Livingston
  18. Mrs. Livingston
  19. Master Donald Livingston
  20. Judge Charles P. McClelland
  21. Mr. Donald MacLeod
  22. Miss Henrietta MacLeod
  23. Lt.-Col. Donald M. MacLeod
  24. Mr. Caul H. Milam
  25. Mr. James Miller
  26. Mr. A. D. Noel-Paton
  27. Mr. John G. Paul
  28. Miss Helen Ross
  29. Miss Laura Schnabel
  30. Miss Margaret Stark
  31. Mrs. Stark
  32. Mr. William J. Tillson
  33. Mrs. Tillson
  34. Mr. Elias Z. Wallower
  35. Mrs. Wallower
  36. Mr. Franklin L. S. Walter
  37. Miss Martha S. Wettnauer

List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Eliz. Aitken
  2. Mr. Peter Allan
  3. Mr. James Allan
  4. Mr. Wm. Alexander
  5. Mr. John Anderson
  6. Mrs. Helen Anderson
  7. Mr. Philip Anderson
  8. Mrs. Margaret Anderson
  9. Master John Anderson
  10. Miss Williamina Anderson
  11. Mr. John Archer
  12. Mr. John Backus
  13. Mr. Donald Barrie
  14. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Beattie
  15. Mr. Thomas James Beatty
  16. Mr. William Bennet
  17. Miss Elizabeth Black
  18. Miss Evelyn Black
  19. Mrs. Agnes Blackadder
  20. Mr. Martin Boyd
  21. Mr. John Boyd
  22. Mr. John Bryan
  23. Mr. E. W. Burr
  24. Miss Elizabeth Cameron
  25. Mr. Archibald Campbell
  26. Mr. Edward Campbell
  27. Mr. Robert Campbell
  28. Mrs. Agnes Campbell
  29. Miss May Carson
  30. Miss Jeannie Castles
  31. Mr. Robert Conn
  32. Mr. Joseph Connell
  33. Mr. James Coyle
  34. Mrs. Joseph Craft
  35. Miss Jeannette Craft
  36. Miss Nellie Cranmer
  37. Miss Isabella M. Crossan
  38. Mr. Wm. Crawford
  39. Mrs. Anna Crawford
  40. Mrs. Mary G. Crawford
  41. Mrs. Margaret Cumisky
  42. Miss Mary Cumisky
  43. Mrs. Eliz. S. Denton
  44. Mr. Michael Kevin Devine
  45. Mrs. Margaret Dick
  46. Dr. William B. Doherty
  47. Mr. Archibald Donachie
  48. Mr. Hugh Donoghue
  49. Mrs. Rose Donoghue
  50. Master John Donoghue
  51. Master Thomas Donoghue
  52. Master Hugh Donoghue
  53. Mrs. Helen R. Dorans
  54. Master Cornelius Dorans
  55. Miss Helen Dorans
  56. Miss Mary Dorans
  57. Mrs. Annie Downs
  58. Mr. William Downs
  59. Mr. William Dunlap
  60. Miss Hazel Dunlap
  61. Mr. William K. Dunn
  62. Miss Annie Einhorn
  63. Mr. Elias Einhorn
  64. Mr. Aaron Einhorn
  65. Mr. John Elliott
  66. Miss Eliz. Ewing
  67. Miss Janet M. Ferguson
  68. Mr. George Fleck
  69. Mrs. Margaret Florence
  70. Miss Marion Forsyth
  71. Mr. James M. Fraser
  72. Mr. James Gardner
  73. Mrs. Anne Gormley
  74. Miss Margaret Hadden
  75. Miss Eleanor M. Henderson
  76. Mr. Richard Hodge
  77. Mrs. Isabella Hollinsworth
  78. Miss Nan Howell
  79. Mr. M. Y. Hughes
  80. Mrs. Jane Hume
  81. Mrs. Jolly
  82. Miss Agnes Keelty
  83. Mrs. Caroline Kelly
  84. Master Matthew Kelly
  85. Mr. Edward J. Kelly
  86. Miss Barbara Kennedy
  87. Miss Alexanderina Kennedy
  88. Mrs. Nellie Kidd
  89. Miss Ella Kidd
  90. Miss May Kidd
  91. Mr. William Kyle
  92. Mrs. Elizabeth Laing
  93. Mr. William Lang
  94. Mrs. Williamina Lang
  95. Miss Alice Leckie
  96. Mr. Patrick Leddy
  97. Miss Agnes C. Lemmon
  98. Mrs. John Levack
  99. Billy Levack
  100. Miss Jessie Levack
  101. Master John Levack
  102. Mr. Walter Lindsay
  103. Miss Mary Logan
  104. Miss Agnes Lumsden
  105. Mrs. Elizabeth McBride
  106. Miss Kathleen McBride
  107. Mr. James McCartney
  108. Mrs. McCartney
  109. Mr. Andrew McCleary
  110. Miss Elizabeth McCrorie
  111. Miss Jane McCully
  112. Miss Annie McCully
  113. Mr. Donald Macdonald
  114. Miss Jane Ann McElduff
  115. Mr. James McElduff
  116. Mr. John McFarlane
  117. Mrs. Lilian McFarlane
  118. Mr. Peter McGuirk
  119. Mr. John McKee
  120. Miss Kathleen McLarnon
  121. Mrs. Mabel McLay
  122. Master Robertson McLay
  123. Master Andrew Allay
  124. Dr. D. McLean
  125. Mrs. Jessie McLearie
  126. Miss M. J. MacTaggart
  127. Miss Jessie Marshall
  128. Rev. Walter G. Menzies
  129. Mrs. H. S. Menzies
  130. Master Robert G. Menzies
  131. Master Walter P. Menzies
  132. Miss Dorothy Menzies
  133. Mr. Lyell Mitchell
  134. Miss Mary Aim Molloy
  135. Mrs. J. E. Moncrieff
  136. Mrs. Bridget Morgan
  137. Mrs. Elizabeth Mowery
  138. Miss Gertrude Mowery
  139. Mr. James Muir
  140. Mr. Allan Muirhead
  141. Mrs. Edith Muirhead
  142. Mrs. Isabella Nelson
  143. Miss Isabella Nelson
  144. Miss Catherine Nelson
  145. Mr. Thomas Nelson
  146. Miss Kate O'Donnell
  147. Mrs. Isabella Owens
  148. Miss Margaret Owens
  149. Mrs. Henrietta Paterson
  150. Miss Jessie Paterson
  151. Master John G. Paterson
  152. Miss Matilda Patterson
  153. Mr. James Rahill
  154. Mr. John F. Ramsay
  155. Mrs. Ramsay
  156. Miss J. E. Ramsay
  157. Mr. David Rarity
  158. Mr. Hugh Reilly
  159. Mr. David Ritchie
  160. Mr. James Ritchie
  161. Miss Ann P. Robertson
  162. Mr. Wm. Robertson
  163. Mrs. Robertson
  164. Mrs. Mary Ross
  165. Mr. James Scott
  166. Miss Jean Sim
  167. Miss Agnes Smith
  168. Mr. Alexander Smith
  169. Miss Mary Ellen Smith
  170. Mr. Harry T. Smith
  171. Mrs. H. T. Smith
  172. Mrs. Margt. K. C. G. Smith
  173. Master Walter Smith
  174. Mrs. Jane Spence
  175. Mrs. Mary H. Stewart
  176. Miss Catherine Stewart
  177. Miss Catherine Stott
  178. Miss Bretta M. Taggart
  179. Miss Agnes Turnbull
  180. Mr. Mark Turnbull
  181. Mr. Thos. A. Watt
  182. Miss Alexandra H. Waugh
  183. Mr. David Williamson
  184. Mrs. Bessie Wilson
  185. Master John Chalmers Wilson
  186. Miss Delia Wymbs
  187. Mr. D. G. Young
  188. Mrs. Jean Young
  189. Miss Catherine Young
  190. Mrs. W. J. Young

Information for Passengers

Additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board—Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for such disbursements.

Baggage.—Enquiries regarding baggage on board ship should be addressed to the Second Steward.

Trunks, Wraps, etc., will be stored and re-shipped by the Company for the return voyage.
To facilitate examination and identification of baggage on landing, all packages should have an official label affixed ; these labels are supplied on board on application.

Baggage Insurance.—Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage, as, in the event of loss or damage, the Company cannot accept liability beyond the limit specified on the Steamer Contract Tickets. Rates and particulars on application.

Bar closes at 11 p.m.

Barber's Shop.—Barber's Shop is situated on board for the convenience of Passengers. The Barber will attend to ladies by appointment.

Cables and Telegrams.—Cables and Telegrams for despatch by ordinary land wire should be handed in at the Wireless Telegraph Office. The time of acceptance for cables and telegrams to be sent by ordinary land wire will be intimated on the Notice Boards.

Wireless, Cable and Telegraph forms may be obtained from the Librarian or Wireless office.
Clothes Pressing.—Application should be made to the Barber, from whom rates and other particulars can be obtained.

Complaints.—Complaints of incivility, carelessness or inattention on the part of any of the ship's staff should be immediately reported to the Purser or Chief Steward, and failing satisfaction to the Captain.

Confectionery and Souvenirs.—Confectionery and Souvenirs are on sale at reasonable prices.

Copyright Books and Music are forbidden and will be confiscated by the Customs authorities.

Deck Chairs and Rugs may be hired for the voyage at the Company's offices or from the Deck Steward. Printed receipt to be obtained by Passengers for this hire.

Divine Service may be held in the Saloon (weather permitting) once every Sunday forenoon.

Dogs.—Returning Passengers are notified that Dogs cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a licence has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of Licence can only be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

Dogs can only be carried by special arrangement being made with the Company prior to embarkation. Whilst on board they are not permitted in any of the public rooms or staterooms.

Drafts are issued, free of charge, payable in currency at any of the Offices of the Company in the United States and Canada, and, similarly, drafts are issued in the United States and Canada payable at any of the Company's Offices in the United Kingdom in sterling or at the Company's Offices in Europe in the currency of the country on which they are drawn.

Information.—If Passengers are in doubt on any point appertaining to their ocean voyage, or railroad journey, they are advised to consult the Purser, who will be pleased to give any assistance or information desired.

Library.—Library Books may be obtained on application to the Librarian. The Books are issued free of charge.

Lifebelts.—Lifebelts must not be removed from staterooms, except in cases of extreme danger and necessity.

Lights in Saloon until 11 p.m.; in public rooms until 11.30 p.m.

Meals.—Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m. ; Lunch, 1 p.m. ; Dinner, 7 p.m.

When two sittings are necessary, meals will be served as follows :-

Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m. ;

Lunch, First sitting, 12.30 p.m. ; Second sitting, 1.30 p.m.

Dinner, First sitting, 6.15 p.m. ; Second sitting, 7.30 p.m.

Passengers may reserve seats at table for the voyage on application to the Chief Steward.

Meals cannot be served in cabins or on deck unless with the Surgeon's permission.

Children's Meals
Breakfast, 9 a.m. ; Dinner, noon ; Tea, 5 to 6 p.m.

Ports.—Passengers are requested not to open the ports. The Stewards will do this whenever practicable.

Postage Stamps.—Postage stamps are on sale at Purser's Bureau. A Notice will be displayed stating the hours at which stamps may be obtained and also the latest time for posting mail matter on board.

Railway Time Tables.—Railway and steamer time tables may be consulted on application to the Librarian.

Recovery of U.S. Head Tax.—This tax can be recovered by Passengers, if same has been paid, provided they state on the Declaration Form (in Column 20), at time of booking, that they will return within sixty days (the time prescribed by United States Law).. They must also inform the Immigration Inspector at the Port of Landing and request from him Certificate Form 514.

It is also necessary for Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the Transportation Company when completed, in time to allow same to be lodged with the American Authorities within one hundred and twenty days of Passenger's arrival in the United States.

Unless this regulation is complied with the Tax cannot be recovered.

Redirection of Mail.—Passengers who expect letters or parcels to be delivered to the ship after they have disembarked should leave their full names and addresses at the Bureau in order that their mail may be forwarded to them.

Return Bookings.—The Purser and his staff will at all times be pleased to assist Passengers in the arranging of their return passages, or to supply them with the name and address of the agent in the town to which they are proceeding.

Smoking.—Cigarettes smokers are requested to be careful when smoking on deck to see that cigarettes are extinguished before being thrown away. Children are not allowed in the Smoking Room.

Storage.—The Company will undertake to store Deck Chairs and Steamer Trunks belonging to Passengers at owner's risk until they are required when returning. Chairs and Trunks should have owner's name painted on them, and they will not be re-shipped without instructions being sent to Baggage Master, Anchor Line, Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow, or, in the case of Italian Ports, care of Anchor Line, Genoa, or Anchor Line, Naples. A description of the articles should be given, also name of steamer from which they were landed and date. No shawls, rugs, &c., to be attached to Chairs. No charge for storage is made if the owners return by the Company's vessels. If Chairs or Trunks are forwarded by rail this is done at owner's risk and expense.
Table-Seating.—The Chief Steward has the arrangement of table-seating.

The Surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Captain, for treating Saloon and Second Class Passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness contracted on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free.

Through Bookings to Gibraltar, Egypt and India.—The Anchor Line Steamers engaged in this service have excellent saloon accommodation. Full particulars as to Fares, etc., on application.

Tobacco, Spirits, etc —Tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, wines, spirits and perfumery are liable to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities.

Valuables.—Money or valuables should not be exposed in staterooms. The Company will not be responsible for articles lost or stolen. Valuables may be deposited in ship's safe, under care of the Purser, free of charge.

Passengers are warned that they should not on any account part with money or valuables to any persons representing themselves as members of the ship's staff.

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