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Passenger List, R.M.S. Carmania, 2 August 1913

Front Cover, Passenger List, R.M.S. Carmania, 2 August 1913

Saloon Passenger List for the R.M.S. Carmania of the Cunard Line, Departing 2 August 1913 from New York to Liverpool via Queenstown (Cobh) and Fishguard, Commanded by Captain J. C. Barr.

List of Saloon Passengers
R.M.S. Carmania
Captain J. C. Barr
From New York to Liverpool
via Queenstown and Fishguard
Saturday, 2 August 1913

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: J. C. Barr
  • Chief Engineer: F. Drummond
  • Chief Officer: R. V. Peel, R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: A. W. MacKenzie
  • Purser: G. W. Clarke
  • Assistant Purser: P. Draper
  • Chief Steward: M. Green

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. A. Aillona
  2. Mr. B. Allen
  3. Mr. Kmil Altherr
  4. Mrs. E. H. Ames
  5. Miss Mary A. Armour
  6. Dr. W. S. Bagot
  7. Mrs. Bagot
  8. Mr. Wm. H. Baldwin III
  9. Mr. H. T. Bentley
  10. Mr. J. Hobart Branson
  11. Mrs. Branson
  12. Mr. E. B. Branson
  13. Mr. James Brennan
  14. Mr. E. S. Buckley, Jr.
  15. Mrs. Buckley
  16. Mr. Edwin A. Burke
  17. Dr. Victor Cadwell
  18. Mrs. Cadwell
  19. Mr. J. F. Cooper
  20. Mr. P. S. Couldrey
  21. Mrs. Couldrey
  22. Master P. S. Couldrey, Jr.
  23. Master Ralph W. Couldrey
  24. Hon. B. F. Chase, (American Consul at Leeds, Eng.)
  25. Mr. Hayden Channing
  26. Mrs. Channing
  27. Mrs. C. R. H. Davis
  28. Mr. Kenneth Davis
  29. Mrs. Davis
  30. Mr. A. J. De Laplante
  31. Mr. Charles De Laplante
  32. Mr. Archibald Douglass Dick
  33. Miss Phillipa Douglass Dick
  34. Miss Isabella Douglass Dick
  35. Miss Kdith Douglass Dick
  36. Miss Annonciata Douglass Dick
  37. Mr. George Douglas
  38. Mr. Michael M. Duddy
  39. Mrs. Duddy
  40. Mr. Martin H. Early
  41. Mr. Mariano Font
  42. Mr. J. W. Ford
  43. Mrs. Rose H. Ford
  44. Dr. A. Vincent Freeman
  45. Mr. M. J. Gaskell
  46. Mrs. Gaskell, child, and nurse
  47. Miss Edith Gaskell
  48. Mr. Edwin L. Gilchrist
  49. Mrs. Gilchrist
  50. Rev. Percy Gordon
  51. Mr. G. E. Grant-Govan
  52. Mr. R. E. Grant-Govan
  53. Hon. John W. Griggs
  54. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton
  55. Miss M. Hamilton
  56. Mr. Arling R, Hansen
  57. Mr. H. M. Harrington
  58. Mrs. Harrington
  59. Mr. John Haviland
  60. Mr. B. A. Hegeman, Jr.
  61. Mr. Ralph M. Helmer
  62. Mr. W. C. Helmholz
  63. Capt. H. J. Hewat
  64. Mr. R. Hibbard
  65. Mrs. Hibbard
  66. Mr. Percy Holbrook
  67. Mrs. Holbrook
  68. Mr. H. R. Holtzmann
  69. Mr. C. Henry Hutchins
  70. Mr. Thomas Jeremy
  71. Mrs. Jeremy
  72. Mr. Harrison Johnson
  73. Mr. J.W. Johnston
  74. Mr. A. W. Kempton
  75. Miss Mina Koch
  76. Mr. P. A. Lalor
  77. Mr. Charles Lewis
  78. Mrs. Lewis
  79. Mr. Charles Lewis, Jr.
  80. Mr. Arthur Loeffler
  81. Mr. John McDennott
  82. Mr. John McGowan
  83. Mrs. Mary E. H. McMichan
  84. Miss Rosalie H. McMichan
  85. Mr. George F. Mackenzie
  86. Mr. H. N. Maffei
  87. Mr. John Martini
  88. Mr. J. G. Martin
  89. Mr. Henry G. Mitchell
  90. Mrs. Mark Morton
  91. Miss Helen Morton
  92. Miss Jane Morton
  93. Mr. R. I. Niethercut
  94. Mrs. Niethercut
  95. Dr. William J. O'Brien
  96. Mrs. O'Brien
  97. Mr. William Orr
  98. Mrs. Orr
  99. Mr. Rafael M. Ortiz
  100. Mr. Jose M. Ortiz and valet
  101. Mr. T. A. Pestoup
  102. Mr. G. G. Pilavachi
  103. Miss Elizabeth Poole
  104. Mr. M. Jerome Prendergast
  105. Mrs. Prendergast
  106. Mr. Harold Reines
  107. Mr. R. H. Ryan
  108. Mr K. X. Robinson
  109. Mr. Wickcliffe Rose
  110. Mr. Chas. Rose
  111. Mrs. Rose and infant
  112. Master Chas. Rose, Jr.
  113. Mr. H. Savage
  114. Mrs. Maude A. Schmid
  115. Mr. Chas. H Sherman
  116. Mrs. Sherman
  117. Mr. William L. Shoyer
  118. Lieut. Col. C. Skinner
  119. Mrs. Skinner
  120. Master A. M. Skinner
  121. Mrs. M. L. Smith
  122. Miss Elsie Smith
  123. Miss Marion E. Smith
  124. Miss Laura A. Steele
  125. Mr. G. Stowe
  126. Mr. George E. Tilford
  127. Mrs Tilford
  128. Miss Corinne Tilford
  129. Mr. Michael Tuch
  130. Mrs. Tuch
  131. Dr. F. J. Van Noort
  132. Mr. C. de Waal
  133. Mr. S. H. Walsh
  134. Mrs. Walsh
  135. Mr. Albert Waycott
  136. Dr. P. H. Williams
  137. Mr. Thomas Williams
  138. Mrs. Williams
  139. Mrs. James C. Williamson
  140. Miss Amy V. Williamson
  141. Mrs. E. A. Wood
  142. Mr. P. Woodroffe
  143. Mr. W. W. Woolsey
  144. Mr. William P. Worth
  145. Mrs. Worth
  146. Miss Nora S. Worth
  147. Mr. George S. Worth
  148. Mr. William A. Worth

Express Route Map

Passenger Information

MEALS will be served in the Saloon during the following hours: Breakfast, from 8.30 to 10 A. M.; Luncheon at 1 P. M.; Dinner at 7 P. M.; Supper, if required, must be ordered before 10 P.M. The bar will be closed at 11.30 P.M.

Seats at Table—Seats at table should be arranged for with the Second Steward.

Letters and Telegrams—Passengers desiring to have these forwarded by the pilot from Sandy Hook, must hand same (fully prepaid) to the Purser within one hour after leaving the pier.

Steamer Chairs may be hired from the Deck Steward at a cost of $1.00 for the voyage.

Steamer Rug Service—Rugs may be rented of the Deck Steward at 4/- or $1.00 per trip, as in the case of deck chairs. Attention is called to the fact that the Rugs are contained in sealed card-board boxes, from which they should be removed in the presence of the passenger hiring same. This is an assurance that they have not been used since being cleaned. The rugs have a serial number, rendering identification by the passenger of his rug easy.

Divine Service on Sunday at 10.30 A. M.

Baggage—All inquiries regarding Baggage should be made of the Baggage Master.

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 Ticket. Rates and full particulars on application.

Valuables —The Company is not responsible for valuables or money kept In the staterooms. These should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in the ship's safe, and receipt will be given on the Company's form. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company will not accept any responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Customs—Tobacco, cigars, etc.. wines, spirits and perfumery are subject to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities. Reprints of copyright books and music will be confiscated.

Exchange of Money—The Purser is authorized to exchange money at the following rates: English Money for U. S. Currency at £1 sterling for 4.95, and U. S. Currency for English at $4.80 to the pound sterling.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating passengers for any illness not originating on board the ship. In case of sickness arising on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free.

Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for any additional passage money or freight paid on board.

Landing at Liverpool—Time of Landing Passengers—If the steamer arrives alongside the Liverpool Landing Stage after 8 P. M., it is optional for the passengers to go on shore that night. In the event, however, of their remaining on board they will be landed after breakfast the following morning either at the stage, or in dock, as circumstances permit.

When the vessel reaches the river but does not come alongside the Stage, to prevent inconvenience and to meet emergencies, any passengers desirous of debarking will be landed, with hand baggage only, by tender, provided that the Purser is advised before leaving Fishguard of the passenger's wish to do so.

At Fishguard notice will be posted in the companionway advising passengers of anticipated hour of arrival at Liverpool.

Arrivals at New York—Should any steamer reach the New York Wharf after 8 p. m. passengers may land if they wish to do so and have their baggage passed by the Custom authorities: those who prefer to remain on board will have all 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.

Fishguard-Passenger's Mail—On arrival at Fishguard passengers expecting letters or telegrams should inquire for them at the Purser's Bureau. A desk is also provided on the Customs Examining Platform at Fishguard, where later telegrams or messages may be called for.

Liverpool—Passenger's Mail—Passengers landing at Liverpool should inquire at the Purser's Bureau, for letters or telegrams.

Passenger's Correspondence.—Mail matter for passengers may be addressed to the care of any of the Company's Head Offices in Liverpool, London, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Frankfort, O/M etc.

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

Public Telephone—The steamer is equipped with a telephone, conveniently located, which may be used by passengers until disconnection (without notice) a few minutes before departure. Telephones with booths and Operators are also provided on the New York piers.

Telegraphic Code—For the convenience of passengers copies of the Western Union Telegraphic Code and of Lieber's Code are carried on this steamer, and same can be referred to on application to the Purser.

A Stenographer and Typist is on board for the convenience of passengers and is prepared to attend promptly to all work required.

Through Booking to Egypt. India. China, japan. Philippines, Australasia. South Africa and South America, etc., can be arranged by taking Cunard Steamer to England or the Mediterranean, connecting with steamers of the Peninsular and Oriental or Anchor Lines. Particulars and rates on application to Chief Offices.

Orchestra---This steamer carries an orchestra of well trained musicians, who will play at the following times and places:

  • 10.00 to 11.00 a.m.: Second Cabin Dining Room
  • 1.00 to 2.10 p.m.: First Glass Dining Saloon
  • 3.30 to 4.00 p.m.: Second Cabin Dining Saloon
  • 7.10 to 8.45 p.m.: First Class Dining Saloon
  • 9.00 to 10.00 p.m.: First Class Drawing Room

This arrangement may be altered as circumstances require.

EUROPEAN TOURS

The Cunard Company will have much pleasure in arranging any Tours or Journeys that may be contemplated. Inquiries for information concerning such are welcomed and will be answered promptly.

Through tickets will be supplied for journeys to any of the principal cities of Europe at the same rates as sold on that side and routes planned out so that itinerary will be known before departure.

Particular attention is drawn to the delightful tours at small expense which can be made by use of the Liverpool and Mediterranean Services, embracing Ireland, Great Britain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Sicily and Spain.

Stopovers permitted at all Mediterranean ports of call without extra charge. The eastbound voyage can be made to British ports or the Mediterranean as preferred.

ATTRACTIVE AUTOMOBILE TOURS IN GREAT BRITAIN

The Cunard Company is in a position to arrange for the hire of Automobiles to passengers on arrival of their steamers at Queenstown, Fishguard, or Liverpool. Programs of tours with fixed prices for same can be obtained on application to the Purser or the Company's offices.

The tours outlined cover the most interesting and historic places in Great Britain and offer a most enjoyable trip for persons desirous of seeing more of British and Irish rural life than is possible when traveling by rail from town to town.

Prices for Carriage and crating of Automobiles will be given on application.

TRAVELERS' INTERNATIONAL CHEQUES

For the convenience of its Patrons the Cunard Company issues CHEQUES of $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00, with Foreign money equivalents, at which they will be cashed by its Agents and Correspondents throughout the world, distinctly printed thereon; thus providing not only the safest and most economical means of taking funds abroad, with an absolute certainty as to value, but also A SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION IN CASE OF NEED. Full information regarding these Checks will be given on application to any of the Company's Principal Agencies throughout the United States.

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