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Passenger List, Anchor Line, T.S.S. California, 14 September 1929

Cabin and Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List for the T.S.S. California of the Anchor Line, Departing 14 September 1929 from Glasgow to Boston and New York via Belfast, Commanded by Captain Frank M. Henderson.

List of Cabin and Tourist Third Cabin Passengers
Anchor Line
T.S.S. California
Captain Frank M. Henderson
From Glasgow to Boston and New York
via Belfast
Saturday, 14 September 1929

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Frank M. Henderson
  2. Chief Officer: D. Morrison
  3. Chief Engineer: M. Nairne
  4. Surgeon: W. Best
  5. Purser: T. K. McGregor
  6. Chief Steward: Archibald Woodrew

Ships List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover - 14 September 1929 Passenger List, T.S.S. California, Anchor Line

  1. Dr. John Adams
  2. Mrs. Adams
  3. Mr. John Adams, Jr.
  4. Mr. David Aikman
  5. Miss Lilias Aikman
  6. Mr. John Aitken
  7. Mr. Laurance Alexander
  8. Mr. Thomas Anderson
  9. Mr. John Yorston Arcus
  10. Mr. Alex. Arthur
  11. Mr. Leonard Bagnall
  12. Mr. Henry F. Bell
  13. Mrs. Bell
  14. Miss Eliz. B. Berry
  15. Mrs. F. W. Bird
  16. Miss Anne C. Bird
  17. Miss Mary R. Bird
  18. Master Francis W. Bird
  19. Mr. John Black
  20. Mrs. Black
  21. Master George Black
  22. Miss Margt. Black
  23. Mrs. M. Black
  24. Mrs. A. Brackenridge
  25. Miss Janet Brackenridge
  26. Miss Marion Brackenridge and Maid
  27. Mrs. A. Bradshaw
  28. Miss Agnes M. Britton
  29. Master James C. G. Brown
  30. Mrs. A. Brush
  31. Mr. Alexander Bryce
  32. Mrs. Elizabeth Bryce
  33. Mrs. E. Burgess
  34. Miss Emily N. E. Burn
  35. Miss Alice M. Burn
  36. Sister Marie Anna Callahan
  37. Mr. Geo. K. Cameron
  38. Mrs. E. Campbell
  39. Miss Jessie M. Campbell
  40. Mrs. M. Campbell
  41. Miss Grayce Chalmers
  42. Miss Winifred Christy
  43. Mr. Robert Clawson
  44. Mr. John Clay
  45. Mrs. Clay
  46. Mr. Samuel V. E. Coard
  47. Miss Caroline Coe
  48. Miss Kate T. Coe
  49. Mr. John Colyer
  50. Mrs. P. D. Cooper
  51. Miss Eliz. H. Cooper
  52. Miss Margt. Cooper
  53. Miss Catherine Coupland
  54. Mr. Thos. Crabb
  55. Miss Helen Cruickshank
  56. Mrs. R. J. Curdy
  57. Miss Helen Curdy
  58. Miss Isobel Curdy
  59. Mr. M. D. Currie
  60. Mrs. Currie
  61. Miss Margt. C. Currie
  62. Lt. Jack Diver
  63. Miss Annie Dougherty
  64. Mr. James Drinnan
  65. Miss Katie Duncan
  66. Miss Jean Edward
  67. Miss Alice M. Fairfax
  68. Miss Ellen Fehan
  69. Mr. Howard Feller
  70. Mrs. Feller
  71. Miss Margt. Fergusson
  72. Miss Katherine Finch
  73. Mrs. J. Fordyce
  74. Mrs. M. Forsyth
  75. Mr. John Frey
  76. Mr. A. Julius Frieberg
  77. Miss Cecile J. Frieberg
  78. Mr. Geo. C. Gair
  79. Miss Dorothy Gardiner
  80. Mr. John S. Garrigues
  81. Mrs. Garrigues
  82. Mrs. C. S. Davis
  83. Miss Emily Davis
  84. Mr. Robt. Alex. Dea
  85. Miss Irene Dean
  86. Mr. Patrick Delargy
  87. Mrs. Annie Delargy
  88. Miss Mary J. Dent
  89. Mrs. H. Derry
  90. Mrs. Catherine S. Dewar
  91. Mr. B. F. Dickerson
  92. Mrs. B. F. Dickerson
  93. Mrs. M. Dickson
  94. Miss Carrol Dierking
  95. Dr. Robt. Harshe
  96. Mrs. Harshe
  97. Mr. W. Harshe
  98. Mr. Arthur C. Harvey
  99. Mr. Richard Healy
  100. Mrs. Healy
  101. Mr. Wm. Heilman
  102. Miss Lucy Heilner
  103. Miss Nancy P. Heilner
  104. Mr. Thos. Hodge
  105. Mr. Geo. M. Hodges
  106. Mr. George Hodges, Jr.
  107. Miss Janie E. B. Huey
  108. Mr. Sidney Isaacs
  109. Mr. Leopold Isaacs
  110. Dr. Jas. R. Jack
  111. Mrs. Jack
  112. Mr. William Jack
  113. Miss Margt. Jarvie
  114. Miss Esther Jeffers
  115. Miss Helen Johnston
  116. Mrs. Mary Jane Keckler
  117. Sister Mary Roberta Kelly
  118. Mrs. Annie M. Kelso
  119. Mr. Sherman Kent
  120. Mr. Fred. B. Kilmer
  121. Mrs. Kilmer
  122. Miss Lizzie M. McCulloch
  123. Miss Agnes M. Macfadzean
  124. Miss Christine Macfarlane
  125. Miss Ellen McFarlane
  126. Miss Anne McFarlane
  127. Mr. William McGill
  128. Mrs. McGill
  129. Master John McGill
  130. Miss Evelyn McGill
  131. Prof. Geo. H. C. Macgregor
  132. Mrs. Macgregor
  133. Master Alistair Macgregor
  134. Miss Elspeth Macgregor
  135. Miss Christine Macgregor
  136. Master Malcolm Macgregor
  137. Mr. James McKenna
  138. Miss Mary McKenna
  139. Miss Christina J. McLean
  140. Mrs. R. McLean
  141. Mrs. J. McNaught
  142. Miss Mary McNeill
  143. Miss May McQuisten
  144. Miss M. S. Lawrie
  145. Miss Julia Lee
  146. Mr. Arch. Lithgow
  147. Mr. Thomas Little
  148. Mr. Thomas Little, Jr.
  149. Mrs. M. Logan
  150. Miss Rose E. McAuley
  151. Miss Jean McCallum
  152. Mrs. M. MacCalman
  153. Mr. John MacCorkell
  154. Mrs. MacCorkell
  155. Miss Mary McCormick
  156. Miss Moira McCreary
  157. Mr. Robert Marnie
  158. Miss Alexina Marshall
  159. Miss Ellen D. Marvin
  160. Mrs. J. Mayall
  161. Miss Mayall
  162. Miss Grace Merrit
  163. Mr. H. K. Messick
  164. Mrs. E. I. Mittelstaedt
  165. Miss Desiree Mittelstaedt
  166. Miss E. Miller
  167. Miss S. M. Morrison
  168. Mr. John Patrick Mullen
  169. Mrs. Margaret Mullen
  170. Master Hugh P. Mullen
  171. Mr. Wm. Murphy
  172. Mr. Patrick C. Murray
  173. Mrs. J. Mutch
  174. Mr. D. Newell
  175. Mrs. Newell
  176. Mr. A. D. Nock
  177. Mr. F. S. C. Northorp
  178. Mrs. Northorp
  179. Master Johnston Northorp
  180. Master Stewart Northorp
  181. Mr. Ezekiel Owen
  182. Mrs. Owen
  183. Mrs. K. Palmer
  184. Miss Eunice Palmer
  185. Master Geo. Palmer
  186. Master Wm. Palmer
  187. Mr. Percy Park
  188. Mrs. E. Parker
  189. Mr. M. A. Parris
  190. Miss M. H. Parsons
  191. Miss Alice Parsons
  192. Miss Sara Parsons
  193. Mr. Wm. Paterson
  194. Mrs. Paterson
  195. Mr. Bertram Paton
  196. Mr. Jas Paxton
  197. Mrs. Paxton
  198. Miss S. Pickering
  199. Mr. E. B. Pierce
  200. Mrs. Pierce
  201. Mr. Archibald B. L. Profit
  202. Dr. H. Quigley
  203. Dr. Desmond Quigley
  204. Mr. James Quigley
  205. Miss Margt. Quinn
  206. Miss H. Ramsay
  207. Mr. John R. Ramsay, Jr.
  208. Mr. Lee Ramsey
  209. Mrs. Ramsey
  210. Miss Helen Ramsey
  211. Miss Virginia Ramsey
  212. Mr. Wm. E. Reason
  213. Mrs. E. Reason
  214. Mr. Chas. H. Reason
  215. Mr. Frank Rennie
  216. Mrs. Rennie
  217. Miss Jane B. Ritchie
  218. Miss Annie W. Rodger
  219. Mrs. M. Rogan
  220. Miss Anna Rogan
  221. Mrs. Florence Rose
  222. Mr. Ralph Rose
  223. Miss J. Rumford
  224. Mr. Alex. K. Samuel
  225. Miss Delphine Schmitt
  226. Mr. Robt. Scott
  227. Mrs. Scott
  228. Miss Margt. Scott
  229. Mr. Robt. Scott
  230. Miss Kate M. Shaw
  231. Miss Margt. Shaw
  232. Miss Jane Shepherd
  233. Miss Jean Shields
  234. Miss Jane Simpson
  235. Miss Mary W. Simpson
  236. Miss Margaret Simpson
  237. Mrs. J. G. Sinclair
  238. Mr. Hugh G. Sinclair
  239. Mrs. A. M. Skelton
  240. Miss Sarah Ann Skillen
  241. Mr. Frederick Smith
  242. Miss Florence K. Somerville
  243. Mr. Paul R. Spayd
  244. Dr. Wm. R. Sperry
  245. Mrs. Sperry
  246. Mrs. A. B. Stevely
  247. Miss N. Stevens
  248. Miss Isabella Stewart
  249. Miss Mary Stirling
  250. Dr. Samuel Stratton
  251. Mr. Howard Swiggett
  252. Mrs. Swiggett
  253. Miss Elizabeth Taylor
  254. Mr. E. W. Crossley Taylor
  255. Mr. Andrew Thompson
  256. Miss Annie Todd
  257. Mr. Wm. Torrance
  258. Mrs. Torrance
  259. Miss Constance Tyng
  260. Miss Grayce Walker
  261. Mrs. M. Walker
  262. Master Joseph Walker
  263. Mr. James M. Wallace
  264. Mr. Perry Walton
  265. Miss Emily Walton
  266. Miss Allison H. Watt
  267. Mr. George Webb
  268. Mr. J. W. Whatmough
  269. Dr. John Wicker
  270. Mrs. Wicker
  271. Mr. Henry Williams
  272. Mr. Henry M. Williams
  273. Mrs. Williams
  274. Mrs. A. Williamson
  275. Miss Mary Wilson
  276. Mr. Wm. Wilson
  277. Mrs. Wilson
  278. Mr. John Wood
  279. Dr. M. L. Wood
  280. Mrs. Wood
  281. Mr. Herbert Woodger
  282. Mrs. Woodger
  283. Miss Barbara Woodger
  284. Master Herbert Woodger

List of Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. James Adam
  2. Mrs. Eliz. J. McG. Adam
  3. Miss Catherine M. Adams
  4. Mrs. Minnie Aitchison
  5. Miss Florence Aitchison
  6. Miss J. Allen
  7. Mr. Smith Anderson
  8. Mrs. Sarah Andrews
  9. Miss Sarah Andrews
  10. Miss Mary Armitage
  11. Mrs. Janet Armstrong
  12. Mr. Robert Armstrong
  13. Mr. John Ashe
  14. Master Wm. H. Atkinson
  15. Miss Isabel Baillie
  16. Mrs. Agnes B. Bain
  17. Miss Agnes Bain
  18. Master Alex. Bain
  19. Miss Mary E. Batchelder
  20. Mrs. Mary Bayne
  21. Mrs. Mary Bean
  22. Mrs. Isabella Beatty
  23. Mr. C. Beckman
  24. Mrs. Janet Beckman
  25. Mrs. Susan Bell
  26. Mrs. Bessie Beveridge
  27. Master Malcolm Beveridge
  28. Mr. Wm. Black
  29. Mrs. Sophia Black
  30. Mr. David Blaikley
  31. Miss Bridget Bonner
  32. Miss Elsie Bowsell
  33. Miss Catherine A. Boyd
  34. Mr. William Boyd
  35. Miss Margaret Boyle
  36. Mrs. Mary S. Branks
  37. Master Robert Branks
  38. Master James Branks
  39. Master Wm. Branks
  40. Mr. William Brennan
  41. Miss Margaret Brew
  42. Mr. Daniel Brown
  43. Mrs. Jeanie Brown
  44. Master Frank Brown
  45. Mrs. Jeanie Bryson
  46. Miss Margt. Bryson
  47. Mrs. Annie Buchanan
  48. Master Stanley Buchanan
  49. Mrs. Mary Buchanan
  50. Miss Mary Buchanan
  51. Mr. James Burke
  52. Miss Eliz. T. Burnet
  53. Master David Burnet
  54. Miss Agnes Burnside
  55. Miss Mollie Byrne
  56. Mr. Hugh Cameron
  57. Miss Hannah Campbell
  58. Miss Isabella R. Campbell
  59. Mrs. Jeannie Campbell
  60. Master Alex. Campbell
  61. Miss Marjorie Campbell
  62. Mrs. Mary S. Campbell
  63. Mr. John Cant
  64. Mr. James Cashel
  65. Mrs. Annie H. Cashel
  66. Mr. John Cashel
  67. Mrs. Annie Clark
  68. Miss Euph. Clark
  69. Mr. Wm. Clark
  70. Mrs. Jane Clark
  71. Miss Elizabeth Clark
  72. Mr. James Coffey
  73. Miss Janet Conlimore
  74. Miss A. Connell
  75. Mr. John Connell
  76. Mrs. Violet Crawford
  77. Miss Lilian Crawford
  78. Mrs. Clara Crosbie
  79. Miss Clara Crosbie
  80. Miss Ethel Crosbie
  81. Mrs. Margt. Cross
  82. Miss Evelyn A. Cross
  83. Miss Mary M. Cunningham
  84. Mr. Edward Darling
  85. Mrs. Jean Dawson
  86. Miss Eliz. Dawson
  87. Mrs. Rachel Dawson
  88. Miss Annie Dean
  89. Miss Mary Deans
  90. Miss Eugenia Devlin
  91. Miss Christine Dick
  92. Mr. Walter Dickinson
  93. Mrs. Helen Dickinson
  94. Mr. Jas. Dickson
  95. Mr. Samuel W. Dickson
  96. Mr. John Dockar
  97. Mrs. Helen M. Doherty
  98. Miss Rose Dougherty
  99. Miss Jean Downie
  100. Miss Muriel E. Draper
  101. Mrs. A. Drysdale
  102. Mrs. Jemima Duff
  103. Miss Ellen Duffy
  104. Miss Alice Duffy
  105. Miss M. Duncan
  106. Mr. R. G. Durie
  107. Mrs. Cath. D. Erskine
  108. Mr. James Esslemont
  109. Miss Catherine Fair
  110. Miss Isab. Fair
  111. Mr. John Farley
  112. Mrs. Susan Farley
  113. Miss Eliz. Farr
  114. Mrs. Elizabeth Farrell
  115. Miss Eliz. Faulds
  116. Miss Jane Ferguson
  117. Mr. John S. Fiddler
  118. Mrs. Matilda Fiddler
  119. Mrs. Margaret Finn
  120. Mrs. Gussie Finstein
  121. Master Norman Finstein
  122. Miss Annie Foster
  123. Mrs. Jean Fraser
  124. Mrs. Eliz. Fullerton
  125. Mrs. Eliz. Fulton
  126. Master Frank Fulton
  127. Miss Agnes Fulton
  128. Miss Helen Gammie
  129. Miss Helen Garvey
  130. Miss Annie Gay
  131. Mr. James Gilchrist
  132. Mrs. Agnes M. Gilchrist
  133. Miss Mary Gilfillan
  134. Mr. Wm. Gilfillan
  135. Miss Veronica Gillen
  136. Mr. Alex. Gilmour
  137. Mrs. Jessie Glazebrook
  138. Miss C. Gordon
  139. Miss Mary Gow
  140. Mrs. Mary Graham
  141. Miss Jenny Grant
  142. Mrs. Margt. Grant
  143. Master Bruce Grant
  144. Miss Christina Grassom
  145. Miss Eliz. Gray
  146. Mrs. Jas. Gray, Jr.
  147. Mrs. Jeanie Green
  148. Mrs. Margt. Green
  149. Miss May Green
  150. Mrs. Ada Grey
  151. Master Henry Grey
  152. Miss Agnes Grove
  153. Mrs. Lena Guy
  154. Mr. L. Haggland
  155. Mrs. Alice Haggland
  156. Miss Helen D. M. Hampton
  157. Mrs. Kate Hansen
  158. Miss Sarah Hardy
  159. Miss Cath. Harkins
  160. Mrs. Rachel Harley
  161. Miss Mary Duncan Harper
  162. Mrs. Eliz. Hatt
  163. Miss Frances Hatt
  164. Miss Jane Hayes
  165. Miss Nellie Heaney
  166. Mrs. Marjorie Hebb
  167. Mrs. Teresa Hendron
  168. Miss Teresa Hendron
  169. Mrs. Mary Henrietta
  170. Miss Mary Hewitt
  171. Mr. Patrick Higgins
  172. Mrs. B. Higgins
  173. Mrs. Margt. Hogarth
  174. Mrs. Grace Holohon
  175. Master Wm. Holohon
  176. Miss Scivilla Holt
  177. Mr. John Home
  178. Miss Helen Hosie
  179. Miss Louise Howells
  180. Mrs. Mary Hughes
  181. Miss Muriel Hughes
  182. Mrs. Joan Hutchison
  183. Mr. Alex. Jack
  184. Miss Anne Jackson
  185. Mr. Alex. Jamieson
  186. Mrs. Margt. Jamieson
  187. Mrs. Mary Jamieson
  188. Miss Mary Jamieson
  189. Mrs. Edith Jamieson
  190. Master Daniel Jamieson
  191. Miss Margt. Jamieson
  192. Mrs. Margt. Jamieson
  193. Mr. R. G. Jenkins
  194. Mrs. Jenkins
  195. Master Arthur G. Jenkins
  196. Mrs. H. Johnman
  197. Mr. David S. Johnston
  198. Mrs. Annie M. Johnston
  199. Miss Margaret Johnston
  200. Mrs. Jessie Johnstone
  201. Master Daniel Johnstone
  202. Mrs. Williamina Jolly
  203. Mrs. Janet Kelly
  204. Mrs. Mary Kennedy
  205. Master Wm. Kennedy (13)
  206. Mrs. Eliz. Kinnear
  207. Mrs. Helen Kreft
  208. Miss Helen Kreft
  209. Miss Evelyn Kreft
  210. Mrs. Agnes Kyle
  211. Mr. James Kyle
  212. Mrs. Eliz. Lammie
  213. Miss Christina C. Lamont
  214. Mrs. Cecilia E. Laverty
  215. Mrs. H. Patricia Lawson
  216. Mr. Thos. Leishman
  217. Master Jas. Leishman
  218. Mrs. Ruth Leishman
  219. Mrs. Margt. Leslie
  220. Mr. Stanley Lightfoot
  221. Mrs. Williamina Lightfoot
  222. Mr. James Lindsay
  223. Mrs. Jean Lindsay
  224. Miss Margaret Lindsay
  225. Mr. Thomas Lindsay
  226. Mrs. Margt. Lindsay
  227. Mrs. Zillah Lipke
  228. Miss Marian Lipke
  229. Mrs. Julia Low
  230. Mr. Wm. Lowe
  231. Mr. Robert E. McAnern
  232. Miss Agnes McAree
  233. Mr. William McBride
  234. Mrs. Margaret McBride
  235. Miss Margaret McBride
  236. Miss Christina McCabe
  237. Mrs. Eliz. McCabe
  238. Master James McCabe
  239. Miss Eliz. McCabe
  240. Mrs. Annie McCallum
  241. Mrs. Margt. McClure
  242. Mr. James McCourt
  243. Mr. Andrew J. McDonagh
  244. Mr. Donald MacDonald
  245. Mrs. Edith MacDonald
  246. Miss Josephine Macdonald
  247. Miss Sarah McElwee
  248. Miss Mary McElwee
  249. Mrs. Clara C. Macfarlane
  250. Miss Clara J. Macfarlane
  251. Miss Kate McGarrell
  252. Miss Alice McGarrell
  253. Miss Kathleen McGarrill
  254. Miss Sarah McGavan
  255. Mr. John P. McGlade
  256. Miss Margaret McGlashan
  257. Master Wm. B. McGlashan
  258. Mr. James J. McGregor
  259. Mr. Albert D. G. Mcllroy
  260. Miss Mary McIntosh
  261. Mrs. Fannie McIntyre
  262. Miss Isobel R. McIntyre
  263. Mr. James F. Mackay
  264. Miss Mary McKay
  265. Mr. John McKechnie
  266. Miss Mary McKinley
  267. Miss M. McKnight
  268. Miss K. McLaughlan
  269. Miss Ellen McLaughlin
  270. Mrs. Florence M. McLean
  271. Mrs. Isa McLean
  272. Mr. John H. McLean
  273. Mr. David McLellan
  274. Miss Annie H. McLure
  275. Mr. Arthur McManus
  276. Mrs. I. B. McManus
  277. Mr. Angus MacMillan
  278. Mrs. Margt. MacMillan
  279. Miss Flora McMillan
  280. Mrs. Margt. MacMurdo
  281. Miss Christina D. MacNab
  282. Miss Eliz. McNair
  283. Mrs. Cath. McPartland
  284. Mrs. Gath. McPartland
  285. Mr. Hugh McPhreson
  286. Mr. Robert McRae
  287. Miss Janet McRuer
  288. Miss Mary E. Madill
  289. Mrs. Margt. Manning
  290. Miss Margt. W. Manning
  291. Master Craig Manning
  292. Mrs. Agnes Marley
  293. Mr. George Marr
  294. Mrs. Margt. Marr
  295. Miss May B. Martin
  296. Miss Isabella Martin
  297. Mr. Robert Masson
  298. Mrs. Isab. Matthewson
  299. Mr. Charles May
  300. Miss Janet Meikie
  301. Miss E. Melville
  302. Mrs. Sophia E. Meredith
  303. Miss Annie Mill
  304. Miss Eliz. Mitchell
  305. Miss Cath. Mitchell
  306. Miss Margt. A. W. Mitchell
  307. Mr. Terence Moan
  308. Mrs. Mary S. Moffat
  309. Mr. Alexander Moore
  310. Mrs. Mary Moore
  311. Mrs. Lily Morgan
  312. Miss Anne Morgan
  313. Miss Helen Morton
  314. Mrs. Margaret J. Mulholland
  315. Miss Mary Mullen
  316. Mrs. Mary Mumford
  317. Miss Deborah Murphy
  318. Mr. Peter J. Murphy
  319. Miss Alice Murtagh
  320. Miss Jane Naughton
  321. Miss Susanne W. Neill
  322. Miss Joannah R. Nicoll
  323. Mrs. A. Nixon
  324. Miss Isabella Nixon
  325. Miss Moira Nixon
  326. Mrs. Isabella Noble
  327. Miss Jessie M. Noble
  328. Mr. James Normand
  329. Mrs. Normand
  330. Mrs. Rebecca Nyman
  331. Miss Gertrude Nyman
  332. Mrs. Mary O'Malley
  333. Miss Bridget O'Malley
  334. Mrs. Margt. Ogilvie
  335. Mrs. Agnes Oldenburg
  336. Mr. Ellis J. Oliver
  337. Mrs. Agnes Oswald
  338. Mrs. Belinda Owens
  339. Master Joseph E. Owens
  340. Master Emmet D. Owens
  341. Miss Eileen Owens
  342. Master John Owens
  343. Mr. Robert Pollock
  344. Miss Jeanie Pollock
  345. Mrs. Edward Porter and Infant
  346. Mr. Jas. Quayle
  347. Mrs. Marjory Quayle
  348. Mr. Alex. Quayle
  349. Miss Catherine Quinn
  350. Mrs. Rosina Rae
  351. Mr. Michael Reardon
  352. Mrs. Anna Reardon
  353. Miss Isobel Redding
  354. Miss Louisa R. Rees
  355. Mrs. Helen Rew
  356. Mr. W. Ritchie
  357. Mrs. Agnes Ritchie
  358. Mrs. Isabella Robb
  359. Miss Isabel Robb
  360. Mrs. Ruddiman
  361. Mrs. Eliz. Robertson
  362. Mrs. Douglas Robertson
  363. Master Douglas Robertson
  364. Miss Violet Robertson
  365. Mrs. Isabella Robinson
  366. Master Joseph Robinson
  367. Master Robert Robinson
  368. Mrs. Cath. Ronald
  369. Mrs. Rachel Rosensweig
  370. Mr. Alex. Rutherford
  371. Mrs. Rutherford
  372. Mrs. C. Sadler
  373. Mrs. Annie Sapper
  374. Mrs. Margt. Sargent
  375. Miss Eliz. Sargent
  376. Miss Dorothy Sargent
  377. Mr. Robert Scott
  378. Mrs. Mary Scott
  379. Miss Letitia A. Vance
  380. Miss Tillie Scott
  381. Miss Gretta Scott
  382. Miss Ella Scott
  383. Mr. James Waddell
  384. Mrs. Margaret Sebranck
  385. Mr. James Wallace
  386. Mrs. Jeanie Simpson
  387. Mrs. Margt. Wallace
  388. Master Alex. Simpson
  389. Mr. Kenneth Wallace
  390. Miss Agnes B. Skea
  391. Miss Jessie Wardrop
  392. Miss Elizabeth Skillen
  393. Mrs. Margt. Wathew
  394. Miss Christine Sloan
  395. Mrs. Robert Watt
  396. Mrs. Henrietta Smith
  397. Mrs. Hannah M. White
  398. Master John Smith
  399. Miss H. D. Whyte
  400. Miss Mary Smith
  401. Mrs. Margt. Wilkie
  402. Mrs. Annie Spence
  403. Miss Jean Wilkie
  404. Miss Doris Spence
  405. Master David Wilkie
  406. Miss Isabel Stevenson
  407. Miss Jane Wilkie
  408. Mr. Robert Stewart
  409. Miss Margt. Wilkie
  410. Miss Margt. Wilkie
  411. Mrs. Eliz. Wilkins
  412. Mr. Thomas R. Taylor
  413. Master James Wilkins
  414. Mrs. Jean Thomson
  415. Miss Phoebe Wilson
  416. Mrs. Mary Thomson
  417. Miss Robina Wilson
  418. Infant George Thomson
  419. Mrs. Jessie Wilson
  420. Miss Nancy Tierney
  421. Mrs. Boyne Wiseman
  422. Mr. William Tilson, Sen
  423. Miss Margt. Wiseman
  424. Mr. William Tilson, Jr.
  425. Miss C. Wishart
  426. Mr. Thomas Tilson
  427. Miss Eliz. Wotherspoon
  428. Mrs. Jane Tilson
  429. Mrs. Mary Wright
  430. Mr. Richard Tilson
  431. Mrs. Margaret Wyllie
  432. Mrs. Davina Todd
  433. Master James Wyllie
  434. Master Charles Todd
  435. Miss Eliz. Wyllie
  436. Miss Jean Todd
  437. Miss Sarah Todd
  438. Miss Mary Tough
  439. Mrs. Hannah Young

Anchor Line Fleet

  • Caledonia: 17,046
  • Britannia: 8,464
  • Transylvania: 16,923
  • Castalia: 6,601
  • California: 16,792
  • Circassia: 6,861
  • Tuscania: 16,991
  • Elysia: 6,757
  • Cameronia: 16,297
  • Massilia: 5,156
  • Assyria: 8,072
  • Tarantia: 4,939
  • Tenders : Paladin, Seamore, Cynthia, Alert

Anchor Line Services

  • Glasgow and New York (Via Moville)
  • Glasgow and Boston
  • Glasgow, Manchester and Liverpool to Gibraltar, Marseilles, Port Said, Suez, Port Sudan and Bombay
  • Bombay to Port Sudan, Suez, Port Said, Marseilles
  • Marseilles to Gibraltar
  • Liverpool and Glasgow

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 Baggage-Master.

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.

Trunks, etc., will be stored and re-shipped by the Company if desired (see Storage).
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.—The Bars will not be open later than midnight, but it is within the discretion of the Commander to close them during the voyage at any time should he consider this course desirable.

Barber's Shop.--There is a well-appointed Barber's Shop on board. Ladies will be attended to by appointment.

Clothes Pressing.—Application should be made to the Barber, from whom rates and other particulars can be obtained.

Berthing of Passengers.—No changes can be made except on application to the Purser.
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 Wireless office.

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.

The Daily Mail Atlantic Edition giving the latest news by wireless and the closing prices on the London and New York Stock Exchanges, is published on board. The paper will be delivered each morning to the passenger's stateroom if an order is given to the Bedroom Steward.
Deck Chairs and Rugs may be hired at a cost of 6/3 (or $1.50) each, on application to the Deck Steward. At the end of each voyage the rugs which have been in use are sent to the store and thoroughly cleaned before being re-issued.

Divine Service may be held (weather permitting) once every Sunday forenoon, and for those who so desire facilities are provided for the celebration of Mass.

Dogs and Cats 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 or cat is taken on board.

Dogs and Cats 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.

Kiosk.—Passengers can obtain confectionery, fruit, toys, souvenirs, novels, postage stamps, etc., in the Kiosk.

Landing Cards.—Passengers must obtain from the Purser a U.S. landing card. The hours at which these cards are obtainable will be posted on notice board. It should be noted that before leaving the vessel the holder must present this landing card to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

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

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

Meals.—Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m. ; Luncheon, 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 are on sale at Purser's Bureau and Kiosks. A notice will be displayed stating the latest time for posting mail matter on board.

British 'stamps must be used for correspondence posted on the High Seas.

Rates :—Letters to United Kingdom and United States of America, lid. for the first ounce and id. for each additional ounce. Postcards, lid. each.

Railway and Steamer Time Tables may be consulted on application to the Librarian.

Recovery of U.S. Head Tax.—To enable the refund of United States Head Tax to be secured, Passengers who intend staying in the United States for less than sixty days must state so on Declaration Form at time of booking. They must also inform the Immigration Officer at the Port of Landing that they are returning within 60 days, and obtain from him Certificate Form 514.
It is also necessary for Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the Company when completed, in time to allow same to be lodged with the American Authorities within 120 days of passenger's arrival in the United States.

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

Passengers who declare at the Port of Landing their intention of remaining in the United States for a period longer than 60 days will not be refunded Head Tax by the United States Government, even although they eventually leave the country within the 60 days limit.
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 to arrange their return passages, or to supply them with the name and address of the agent in the town to which they are proceeding.

Smoking.—Cigarette 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. 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 for his service, subject to the approval of the Commander, to First Class, Cabin, Second Class and Tourist Third Cabin Passengers.
Nurses—Trained and qualified hospital nurses are carried. Their services, under the direction of the Surgeon, are at the Passengers' disposal.

Through Bookings to Gibraltar, Marseilles, Egypt, and India.—The Anchor Line steamers engaged in this service have excellent saloon accommodation. Full particulars as to fares, etc., on applicatior.

Customs.—The following is a list of the principal articles which are subject to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs Authorities :Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Wines, Liqueurs, Spirits, Perfumery, Sugar and Goods containing Sugar, Silk and Artificial Silk, Lace and Embroidery, Musical Instruments, Gramophones and Gramophone Records, Clocks, Watches, Cameras, Field and Opera Glasses, Films, Wireless Sets and accessories, etc. Reprints of Copyright Books and Music are subject to confiscation.

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.

Wardrobe Trunks.—The attention of Passengers is called to the fact that the steamer has a Baggage Room where trunks may be stored during the voyage. It is not always possible to have large wardrobe trunks placed in an accessible position in passenger staterooms.

Wireless Telegraph Rates

Ship To Shore Messages

Via British Stations.—For messages to the United Kingdom the rate is lid. per word, inclusive of land line charges.

Via United States Stations.—The rate via New York, Chatham, Mass., East Moriches, is 9d. per word, plus land line charges.

Via Canadian Station.—The rate via Louisburg, N.S., is 9d. per word, plus land line charges.

Note.—All charges must be prepaid. Every word in the address, text, and signature is counted and charged for.

Reserving Hotel Accommodation.—By arrangement with certain hotels, messages reserving accommodation may be sent by Passengers free of charge. A list of these hotels is kept in the W.T. Office, and Passengers should enquire there.

Ship To Ship Messages The rate on ship to ship messages is 8d. per word.

Wireless Letters

A Wireless Letter consists of a message transmitted to a ship travelling in the opposite direction and posted on her arrival at destination by Registered Post." These messages are only charged for at the rate of 6s. for the first twenty words with 2d. per additional word to a maximum of 100 words.

At certain times during the day a wireless operator is in attendance in the passenger quarters for the purpose of giving information and receiving messages for transmission. Notices giving time and place are displayed throughout the ship. At all times, however, Passengers may conduct their business at the Wireless Office if they prefer to do so.

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