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S.S. Caledonia Passenger List 18 September 1936

Front Cover, S.S. Caledonia Passenger List 18 September 1936

Cabin and Tourist Passenger List from the S.S. Caledonia of the Anchor Line, Departing 18 September 1936 from Glasgow to Boston and New York via Belfast and Londonderry, Commanded by Captain Alexander Collie.

Anchor Line
S.S. Caledonia
Captain Alexander Collie
From Glasgow to Boston and New York via Belfast and Londonderry
Friday, 18 September 1936

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: Alexander Collie
  • Chief Officer: John Dunlop
  • Chief Engineer: Andrew Malcolm
  • Surgeon: Alister McCrone
  • Purser: Reginald S. Willoughby
  • Chief Steward: George Morrison

Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. James B. Baird
  2. Mr. Thomas Bamford
  3. Mrs. Bamford
  4. Mr. Ernest J. Baker
  5. Mrs. Baker
  6. Dr. John W. Bartol
  7. Mrs. Bartol
  8. Dr. Hugh Black
  9. Mrs. Black
  10. Baron Mario Bucovich
  11. Dr. W. Burson
  12. Mrs. Burson
  13. Mrs. Charles H. Button
  14. Miss Donella Call
  15. Mr. Peter F. Campbell
  16. Miss Jeannie R. B. Carmichael
  17. Mrs. Alice Comiskey
  18. Mr. John T. Cunningham
  19. Mr. William C. De Lanoy
  20. Mrs. De Lanoy
  21. Mr. Drake De Lanoy
  22. Mr. Francis J. Donald
  23. Mrs. Geo. W. Fisher
  24. Mr. William Gardiner
  25. Mr. Nathaniel H. Gilford, Jr.
  26. Mr. Peter Gillespie
  27. Miss Hanna Gillespie
  28. Mr. Harry E. D. Gould
  29. Mrs. Gould
  30. Mrs. Marv L. Grant
  31. Mrs. Camelia R. Harding
  32. Miss A. B. Hays
  33. Miss May Hunter
  34. Dr. William Irwin
  35. Mrs. Frances Irwin
  36. Miss Elizabeth Van Cleef Jones
  37. Miss Catherine Kennedy
  38. Mme Emmie Kohler
  39. Mr. Robert W. Leckie
  40. Mrs. Leckie
  41. Miss Frances Levick
  42. Miss A. M. Low
  43. Miss Alice Low
  44. Miss Mary McCourt
  45. Mr. John H. McCunn
  46. Mrs. McCunn
  47. Rev. Father Patrick McDaid
  48. Rev. Father Michael McDaid
  49. Mr. James G. MacGowan
  50. Mr. John McGown
  51. Mr. Duncan Maclnnes
  52. Rev. B. McKenna
  53. Mrs. J. P. McKenzie
  54. Rev. Wm. J. McLaughlin
  55. Miss Sara Malloy
  56. Mrs. James G. Morgan
  57. Mr. David Muir
  58. Mr. Robert Murray
  59. Mr. William J. Neill
  60. Mr. B. R. Newton
  61. Mrs. P. J. O'Grady
  62. Mrs. Jeffries G. Pace
  63. Miss Ann E. Pace
  64. Mrs. Christina Patterson
  65. Mr. Maurice K. Pitcher
  66. Mrs. A. Kingsley Porter
  67. Mrs. Helen A. Robertson
  68. Mr. George C. Russell
  69. Mr. Wni. E. Sach
  70. Mr. P. Martin Scott
  71. Mrs. Emerson P. Smith
  72. Master E. C. Smith
  73. Master C. S. Smith
  74. Mr. Frank L. Swayze
  75. Mr. W. Clark Symington
  76. Mrs. Symington
  77. Mr. John C. Thompson
  78. Mr. Gerenough Townsend
  79. Mrs. Townsend
  80. Master Anthony Townsend
  81. Master David G. Townsend
  82. Mr. L. H. Williams
  83. Mr. Donald M. Walker
  84. Mrs. Walker
  85. Mrs. J. H. Ward

Tourist Passengers

  1. Mr. James Adair
  2. Mr. James Adams
  3. Mr. John A. Agnew
  4. Mrs. Agnew
  5. Miss Margaret Aiken
  6. Mrs. Margaret Allan
  7. Miss Mary Allan
  8. Mrs. Jean Allison
  9. Mr. John Anderson
  10. Mrs. Mary Anderson
  11. Master Robert Anderson
  12. Mrs. Catherine Anthony
  13. Mrs. Rebecca Armour
  14. Miss Jane Ballantine
  15. Miss Agnes Ballantine
  16. Mr. James Barbour
  17. Miss Catherine Barr
  18. Miss Joan Barr
  19. Miss Robina Beatt
  20. Miss Elizabeth Beattie
  21. Miss Lucinda E. Beatty
  22. Miss Harriet Bensen
  23. Mr. John Beveridge
  24. Mrs. Beveridge
  25. Mrs. Catherine C. Binnie
  26. Miss Mary Borland
  27. Miss Ellen Boyle
  28. Miss Julia Boyle
  29. Miss Frances Bradley
  30. Miss Winifred Breslin
  31. Miss Mary Breslin
  32. Mrs. Catherine Briody
  33. Mrs. Helen Briody
  34. Miss Jane Brodie
  35. Mr. Roger Bruce
  36. Mrs. Bruce
  37. Miss Fanny Bruce
  38. Mr. David A. Bruce
  39. Mrs. Bruce
  40. Mr. Thomas Bryden
  41. Mrs. Buchan
  42. Miss Mary Callaghan
  43. Mrs. Rebecca Callaghan
  44. Miss Mary Callaghan
  45. Miss Catherine Campbell
  46. Mr. Thomas Wm. Cassidy
  47. Mrs. Mary Cassidy
  48. Miss Annie Caulfield
  49. Mr. Stewart Chalmers
  50. Miss Elizabeth Chapman
  51. Mr. James Charleton
  52. Mr. John P. Chisholm
  53. Mrs. Chisholm
  54. Mrs. Jane Christie
  55. Miss Mary Chrystal
  56. Miss Jane Clark
  57. Mrs. Leah Clarke
  58. Mr. William D. Clarkson
  59. Mrs. Clarkson
  60. Miss Ruth Clarkson
  61. Mr. James Cobb
  62. Mrs. Cobb
  63. Mrs. Margaret Constable
  64. Miss Mary Conway
  65. Master Richard S. Cowan
  66. Miss Jean Craig
  67. Miss Mary B. Craig
  68. Miss Catherine Cullen
  69. Miss Mary Culley
  70. Miss Janet K. Darroch
  71. Mrs. Alice Davies
  72. Mrs. Grace Dawson
  73. Mr. Marion Day
  74. Mr. Patrick Deery
  75. Mrs. Catherine Deery
  76. Mrs. Elizabeth Devenny
  77. Miss Hannah Doherty
  78. Miss Jean Doherty
  79. Miss Norma Donnegan
  80. Miss Margaret Donnelly
  81. Mrs. Elizabeth Downie
  82. Mr. James Drysdale
  83. Mrs. Susan Duddy
  84. Miss Anne Duddy
  85. Miss Rose Ellen Duddy
  86. Mrs. Margaret Duncan
  87. Mrs. Catherine L. Dunsmore
  88. Mrs. Evelyn Eadie
  89. Miss Dorothy Eadie
  90. Mrs. Daisy Eadie
  91. Miss Gladys Eadie
  92. Mrs. Helen Falconer
  93. Mrs. Lizzie Farnell
  94. Miss Kathleen Farrell
  95. Miss Elizabeth Ferguson
  96. Mrs. Mary Ferguson
  97. Miss Elizabeth Finnegan
  98. Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald
  99. Miss Annie Fleming
  100. Mrs. Sarah Fleming
  101. Miss Margaret Forbes
  102. Miss Lois E. Foster
  103. Miss Florence Fowler
  104. Miss Isabella Fraser
  105. Mrs. Mary Fuller
  106. Miss Isabelle Gallagher
  107. Mr. Major Wm. Greenwood
  108. Mrs. Greenwood
  109. Miss Elizabeth Hall
  110. Miss Agnes Hazle
  111. Mr. Robert Henry
  112. Mr. John Horan
  113. Mrs. Agnes Horner
  114. Mrs. Sarah Hudson
  115. Mrs. Agnes O. Hutchison
  116. Miss Jessie Jackson
  117. Mr. Archibald Johnston
  118. Mr. John Jones
  119. Mrs. Mary S. Jones
  120. Miss Margaret Kennedy
  121. Mrs. Sarah Jane Kennedy
  122. Miss Jane Kydd
  123. Mrs. Hattie Lammey
  124. Mr. John S. Lauder
  125. Mrs. Violet Lauder
  126. Mrs. Anna Lewis
  127. Miss Nan F. Lister
  128. Mrs. Mary S. Lyall
  129. Miss Lauraine M. Lyall
  130. Miss Christina Lyle
  131. Miss Mary McCabe
  132. Miss Winifred McCabe
  133. Miss Mary J. McCahill
  134. Mr. James H. McCann
  135. Mrs. Bridget McCann
  136. Master William McCarron
  137. Miss Nellie McCaskie
  138. Miss Isabella McCrae
  139. Mrs. Margaret McCreanor
  140. Miss Margaret McCrorie
  141. Miss Flora Macdonald
  142. Miss Isobel Macdonald
  143. Miss Margaret Macdonald
  144. Miss Mary MacDonald
  145. Mr. Norman McDonald
  146. Miss Prudence McFeeters
  147. Miss Hannah McGettigan
  148. Miss Mary McGettigan
  149. Miss Mary McGowan
  150. Mrs. Isabella McGown
  151. Miss Margaret McGuinness
  152. Mr. George G. McHardy
  153. Mr. James Mcllroy
  154. Mrs. Helen Mcllroy
  155. Master Robert Mcllroy
  156. Miss Beatrice McKenzie
  157. Mr. Robert Mackenzie
  158. Mrs. Mackenzie
  159. Miss Moira Mackenzie
  160. Miss S. J. G. McKnight
  161. Miss Maude MacLaughlan
  162. Miss Elizabeth McLaughlin
  163. Miss Mary McLaughlin
  164. Mrs. Jennie Maclean
  165. Miss Marjorie McLean
  166. Miss Anna B. McLernon
  167. Miss Bridget McMenamin
  168. Miss Agnes McMorran
  169. Sister M. Gerard AlcMullan
  170. Mrs. Mary H. McMurtrie
  171. Miss Winifred F. McNab
  172. Miss Jean McNee
  173. Miss Edith McNicholl
  174. Mr. Stuart MacRobbie
  175. Mrs. MacRobbie
  176. Miss Nellie McStravick
  177. Miss Mary McVie
  178. Miss Christina McVie
  179. Mrs. Isabella Mackie
  180. Mr. John C. Maddock
  181. Miss Mary A. C. Main
  182. Miss Margaret Martin
  183. Miss Margaret Matthew
  184. Miss Davina N. Meldruni
  185. Mr. Alex. Milligan
  186. Mr. Alexander Milligan
  187. Mrs. Mary M. Moen
  188. Miss Annie Mongan
  189. Mrs. Yasa Morgan
  190. Miss Mary Mullan
  191. Miss Barbara Mundy
  192. Miss Mary Murphy
  193. Miss Janet Murray
  194. Mr. John Mutch
  195. Mrs. Louise Napier
  196. Mrs. Sophia Neilson
  197. Mrs. Mary Newlands
  198. Miss Marilyn Newlands
  199. Mrs. Jane Nimbley
  200. Miss Mary Nimbley
  201. Miss Jessie S. Taylor Nunnally
  202. Mrs. Catherine Taylor Nunnally
  203. Miss Kathleen O'Neill
  204. Miss Jennie O'Neill
  205. Miss Margaret O'Neill
  206. Dr. James C. Osborne
  207. Mrs. Elizabeth Pirnie
  208. Miss Jessie Pollock
  209. Miss Agnes B. Pratt
  210. Mrs. Jane R. Purves
  211. Mr. Patrick Quinn
  212. Miss Alice Reddoch
  213. Mrs. Agnes Renfrew
  214. Miss Ellen Rice
  215. Mrs. Isabella Robertson
  216. Miss Bessie Rogers
  217. Mr. Henry L. Ross
  218. Miss Jessie Ross
  219. Mr. Robert C. Rule
  220. Miss Catherine Rush
  221. Miss Agnes St. John
  222. Mr. Roland Sandberg
  223. Miss Elizabeth McN. Scott
  224. Miss Mary Shanks
  225. Mr. Andrew Smith
  226. Miss Mary Smith
  227. Miss Elizabeth Somerville
  228. Mrs. Jessie Spiers
  229. Mrs. Marjory Stannard
  230. Miss Marguerite Stannard
  231. Mrs. Letitia Steel
  232. Miss Nessie Steel
  233. Mr. Frank Stevenson
  234. Mrs. Wm. G. Stirrat
  235. Master Wm. M. Stirrat
  236. Miss Catherine Struthers
  237. Mr. Peter M. Stuart
  238. Mrs. Margaret Stuart
  239. Miss Anna M. Stuart
  240. Mr. John Sullivan
  241. Mrs. Flora Swope
  242. Miss Margaret J. Thompson
  243. Miss Martha E. Thompson
  244. Miss Anne Tracy
  245. Mrs. Frieda Turnbull
  246. Mr. Patrick J. Ward
  247. Miss Grace Waters
  248. Mrs. Elizabeth Watson
  249. Miss Margaret Wilkins
  250. Miss Maud Wilkins
  251. Mr. John Williamson
  252. Mrs. Williamson
  253. Master Ian A. Williamson
  254. Master James F. Williamson
  255. Mrs. Margaret M. Wills
  256. Mr. Robert Wilson
  257. Mrs. Wilson
  258. Mr. Gibbon Wilson
  259. Mr. Albert Wisson
  260. Mr. Homer E. Woodbridge
  261. Mrs. Isabella Woodbridge
  262. Mrs. Catherine Wrenn
  263. Mrs. Mary M. Wright
  264. Mr. James Young
  265. Mrs. Margaret Young
  266. Mr. George Younger

Passenger Information

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, 1st sitting, 12.30 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 1.30 p.m. Dinner, 1st sitting, 6.15 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 7.30 p.m.

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

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

Boat Muster and Fire Stations for Passengers.—A muster of passengers will be held as soon as possible after leaving port, and in the interests of discipline ail passengers are requested to attend.

Lifebelts must not be removed from staterooms, except in cases of extreme danger and for official Boat Muster.

Divine Service will be hold, weather permitting, on Sunday morning. Requisites are provided for the celebration of Mass. Episcopalian and Anglican clergy may, on applying to the Purser, have the use of plate and linen for the purpose of holding Communion.

Additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.—Passengers should obtain official receipt on the Company's form.

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 to Bedroom Steward.

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.

Storage.—The Company will undertake to store steamer trunks belonging to passengers at owner's risk until they are required for returning. Trunks should have owner's name printed 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 charge for storage is made if the owners return by the Company's vessels. If trunks are forwarded by rail this is done at owner's risk and expense.

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

Barber's Shop.—There is a fully equipped barber's shop on board for the convenience of passengers.

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

Ladies' Hairdresser and Manicurist.—There is well-appointed Ladies' Hairdresser and Manicurist's shop on board. For convenience appointments may be arranged.

Changes in Accommodation.—The Purser alone is authorised to make changes in accommodation and may only do so on payment of any difference in fare which may be required according to Company's tariffs.

Information.—If passengers are in doubt on any point appertaining to their ocean voyage, or railroad journey, they are advised to consult the Purser.

Landing Cards.—Passengers must obtain from the Purser a 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 an Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

The Anchor Line News, containing the latest news by wireless and closing prices on the various Stock Exchanges, is published on board and distributed free to passengers at breakfast time during the voyage.

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

Deck Chairs, Rugs and Cushions are available for hire and may be obtained on application to the Deck Steward.

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

Dogs and Cats.—Passengers are notified that dogs and Cats should be handed over to the livestock attendant on board and are not allowed in Staterooms, Public Rooms, or on Passenger Decks.

Dogs and Cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a licence has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of licence and particulars of quarantine period can be obtained by direct application to the Department before the animal is taken on board. Dogs and'Cats can only be carried by special arrangement being made with the Company prior to embarkation.

Postage Stamps are on sale at Writing Rooms 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, 1 1/2 d. for the first ounce and 1d. for each additional ounce. Postcards, 1 1/2 d. each.

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.

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

Recovery of U.S. Head Tax—Refund of Head Tax can be obtained provided passengers have complied with the following conditions:—

(1) Inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival that it is their intention to leave the United States within 60 days, and obtain from the Inspector "Head Tax Refund Certificate" (Form 514).

(2) When leaving the United States to have the departure certified on Form 514 by the Purser of the vessel or by the conductor of the train upon which the departure takes place.

Return Bookings.—The Purser and his staff will at all times be pleased to assist passengers to arrange their return passages.

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

The Surgeon is authorised to make the following charges for his services : —

Cabin Class.—5/- for the first visit and 2/6 per visit thereafter.

Tourist Class.—2/6 per visit.

In the case of sea-sickness or the consequences thereof, no charge will be made. In all cases medicines are provided by the Company free of charge.

Nurse—A trained and qualified hospital nurse is carried. Her services, under the direction of the Surgeon, are at the disposal of passengers.

Valuables.—Money or valuables should not be exposed in staterooms. For the convenience of passengers the Company has provided a safe in the Purser's Office in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents, or other valuables may be deposited by passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Company does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and of Section 4281 of the revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles.

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.

Money Exchange.—Facilities areavailableon Steamers for Passengers to change sterling and American currency at favourable rates.

Intimation will be made on the notice boards when transactions may be effected.

In their own interests Passengers should obtain an Exchange Voucher on the Company's Printed Form for each transaction.

Cheques. —Passengers are respectfully informed that the Purser is not authorised to accept private cheques.

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.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS.

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 Radio office.

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