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Cunard Line Passenger List R.M.S. Saxonia 16 September 1902

Saloon Passenger List for the R.M.S. Saxonia of the Cunard Line, Departing 16 September 1902 from Liverpool to Boston, Commanded by Captain R. C. Warr.

List of Saloon Passengers
Cunard Line
R.M.S. Saxonia
Captain R. C. Warr
From Liverpool to Boston

Tuesday, 16 September 1902.

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain : R. C. Warr
  2. Surgeon : W. T. St. Stephens
  3. Purser : Jas. W. Bailey
  4. Chief Steward : J. Napier

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

1902 Passenger List Cover - Cunard Line Saxonia

  1. Mrs. Jere Abbott and Maid
  2. Miss E. M. Agge
  3. Miss C. W. Agge
  4. Mrs. L. F. Alexander
  5. Dr. E. S. Allen
  6. Mrs. Allen
  7. Mr. H. Anderson
  8. Miss Marianne G. Ashcroft
  9. Miss Bangs
  10. Miss Edith Bangs
  11. Mrs. W. A. Batcheller
  12. Mr. Charles H. Bennett
  13. Mrs. Bennett
  14. Mr. Elmer E. Black
  15. Mrs. Black
  16. Miss Dorothy Black and Governess
  17. Mrs. M. Bleakman
  18. Miss A. E. Blodget
  19. Mr. Henry E. Blundell
  20. Miss A. E. Bradford
  21. Miss Kitty Brenan
  22. Mr. W. R. Castle
  23. Mrs. Castle
  24. Miss S. Christian
  25. Mr. J. M. Cowie
  26. Dr. Davies Cox
  27. Mrs. Cox
  28. Mr. W. T. Crocker
  29. Mr. C. H. Crump
  30. Mrs. Crump
  31. Mr. F. Cunningham
  32. Mrs. Cunningham and Maid
  33. Miss H. S. Cunningham
  34. Miss H. C. Cunningham
  35. Miss C. Cunningham
  36. Mr. F. Cunningham
  37. Miss S. Cunningham
  38. Master L. Cunningham
  39. Mr. George H. Davenport
  40. Mrs. Davenport
  41. Miss Dorothea Davenport
  42. Mr. Claflin Davis
  43. Mrs. Davis
  44. Miss M. I. Dodd
  45. Miss T. M. Dodd
  46. Mr. J. M. Douglas
  47. Mrs. Douglas
  48. Mr. H. M. Edmunds
  49. Mrs. W. C. Endicott and Maid
  50. Mr. W. C. Endicott
  51. Mrs. Endicott and Maid
  52. Miss Alice Farnsworth
  53. Miss Caroline F. Fisk
  54. Miss Alice F. Fisk
  55. Rev. Paul R. Frothingham
  56. Mrs. Frothingham
  57. Mrs. Emma Geiger
  58. Miss Emily Geiger
  59. Mrs. C. Goodall
  60. Mr. John Gordon
  61. Mr. J. R. Graves
  62. Mrs. C. E. Greene
  63. Mr. H. S. Grew
  64. Mrs. Grew and Maid
  65. Mr. William Grisewood
  66. Mrs. Grisewood
  67. Master Theodore E. Hall
  68. Mr. Anders Hanson
  69. Mr. T. Hart-Anderson
  70. Mr. Augustus Hemenway
  71. Mrs. Hemenway
  72. Miss Hope Hemenway
  73. Miss Charlotte Hemenway
  74. Miss Hettie Hemenway
  75. Master L. Hemenway
  76. Miss Mary Hemenway and Maid
  77. Mr. A. Hemenway, Jr.
  78. Mrs. Stanley Henshaw
  79. Mrs. George W. Hibbard
  80. Miss F. E. Hill
  81. Miss Anna J. Hitchcock
  82. Judge Holdom
  83. Mrs. Holdom
  84. Master Holdom
  85. Mr. Thomas W. Holmes
  86. Mr. J. F. Hunnewell
  87. Mrs. Hunnewell
  88. Mr. Perry F. Hunt
  89. Mr. James M. Johnston
  90. Mrs. Johnston, Infant and Maid
  91. Mr. Duncan Joy
  92. Mrs. Joy
  93. Master Turner Joy
  94. Miss Mary Joy and Maid
  95. Rev. P. J. Kavanaugh
  96. Mrs. Carlton Keyes
  97. Mr. R. D. Knight
  98. Mrs. Knight
  99. Mrs. F. H. Knower
  100. Mr. Claes Landen
  101. Mr. S. P. Langley
  102. Mr. C. D. Lay
  103. Mr. D. R. Lean
  104. Mrs. Lean
  105. Mr. R. C. Lincoln
  106. Mrs. Lincoln
  107. Miss Edith Lincoln
  108. Rev. D. W. Linehan
  109. Mr. R. W. Lovett
  110. Mrs. Lovett
  111. Mr. S. A. Macdonnell
  112. Mr. B. H. Markarian
  113. Mr. G. Croydon Marks
  114. Miss Elizabeth Marriott
  115. Mr. John P. Marshall
  116. Miss Margaret Matheson
  117. Mr. J. E. Merrill
  118. Mrs. Merrill
  119. Mrs. Merrihew
  120. Mr. Frederick B. Miles
  121. Miss Gertrude Mills
  122. Mrs. S. M. Nicholson
  123. Miss Elizabeth Nicholson
  124. Mr. C. L. Noyes
  125. Mrs. O'Brien
  126. Rev. Perry O'Brien
  127. Miss Catherine Peabody
  128. Mr. Theodore P. Prudden
  129. Miss Helen Ramsay
  130. Mr. Edward D. Rice
  131. Mrs. Rice
  132. Mr. Edward E. Rice
  133. Miss Lila B. Rice
  134. Miss Mabel S. Rice
  135. Mrs. Richardson, Infant, and Maid
  136. Master Richardson
  137. Mrs. J. H. Rime
  138. Mr. W. J. Robbins
  139. Miss Carrie Roberts
  140. Miss Louise Webster Rossiter
  141. Mr. Emil Roth
  142. Mr. A. E. Salwen
  143. Mr. P. C. Scanlan
  144. Mr. William T. Shepherd
  145. Mrs. Eber Slade
  146. Mr. John A. Smith
  147. Miss Evelyn M. Smith
  148. Mr. J. R. Spicer
  149. Mrs. Spicer
  150. Dr. James S. Stone
  151. Mrs. Stone
  152. Miss Violet Stone
  153. Mrs. H. Straw
  154. Mrs. Sumner
  155. Mr. T. W. Surette
  156. Mrs. Surette
  157. Mr. Cecil R. Taylor
  158. Miss Nelly W. Thomas
  159. Dr. Flaviel B. Tiffany
  160. Mrs. Tiffany
  161. Professor Troubridge
  162. Mrs. Troubridge
  163. Miss M. A. Ulman
  164. Miss Harriett Ulman
  165. Mr. Gardner C. Walworth
  166. Mr. A. C. Walworth
  167. Mrs. Walworth
  168. Miss Walworth
  169. Miss Louise Walworth
  170. Mrs. F. Warren and Maid
  171. Mr. Ernest Whidden
  172. Miss G. M. Whidden
  173. Mr. George N. Whipple
  174. Mr. F. D. Williams
  175. Mrs. F. D. Williams
  176. Miss M. N. Williams
  177. Mr. Thomas L. Winthrop
  178. Mrs. Winthrop
  179. Miss Mary Winthrop
  180. Mr. D. R. Wolfe
  181. Mrs. Wolfe

Information for Passengers

Meals will be served in the Saloon at the following times :

  • Breakfast from 8-30 to 10 ;
  • Luncheon at 1 p.m. ;
  • Dinner (a la Carte) at 7
  • Supper, if required, must be ordered before 10 o'clock

The Bar will be closed at 11 p.m. and the Smoke Room at 11-30 p.m.

The Second Steward has the arrangement of the seats at table.

Divine Service on Sunday at 10-30 a.m.

All enquiries regarding Baggage should be addressed to the Purser.

Steamer Chairs may be hired from the Deck Steward at a cost of 4/- for the voyage.

Valuables and money should be deposited with the Purser, who will give a receipt for same on the Company's form.

Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for any additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.

Information as to the methods of Customs Inspection at Boston dutiable articles and rate of duty thereon, can be obtained from the Purser.

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

Special trains are run between Riverside Station, Liverpool, and Euston Station, London, in connection with the arrival and departure of these Steamers. All the other Railway Stations in Liverpool are within a few minutes' drive of the Prince's Stage.

Wireless Telegram Rates.

  • From Ship to Marconi Station : 6d. per word
  • From Ship to Passing Steamer and thence to Station : 6d. per word

Track Chart for Cunard Line Saxonia Voyage from Liverpool to Boston

Track Chart for Cunard Line Saxonia Voyage from Liverpool to Boston


September 1902 Westbound Voyage - R.M.S. Saxonia

  • Date of Voyage: 1902 September 16
  • Vessel: Saxonia
  • Class: Saloon Passengers
  • Route: Liverpool » Boston
  • Captain: R. C. Warr
  • Number of Printed Pages: 8
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Saloon Passengers: 195 Including 2 Infants, 11 Maids and 1 Governess
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 4
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 10.9 x 17.2 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory:

 

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